AAC

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Atlanta Astronomy Club - Membership
... Membership in the AAC is open to anyone with a general interest in astronomy ... The AAC welcomes all with an interest in astronomy, regardless of race, color, creed, age or sexual orientation ... In 1994, AAC members Jerry Armstrong and Tim Puckett discovered a supernova in the Whirlpool Galaxy (Messier object M51) ...
Army Air Corps Middle Wallop - Operational Units
... Aviation Centre 2 (Training) Regiment AAC 676 Squadron AAC 668 Squadron AAC 7 (Training) Regiment AAC 670 Squadron AAC 671 Squadron AAC 673 Squadron AAC ...
American Aeronautical Corporation
... The American Aeronautical Corporation (AAC) was founded in October 1928 by Enea Bossi, located at 730 Fifth Avenue in Port Washington, New York ... The AAC fitted it with an American Kinner engine ... Two original AAC S-56 planes exist today one of which is on display at the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City, New York.(photos) In December 1928, the AAC named Captain Hugo (Ugo) Veniero d'Annunzio, son ...
Coimbra Academic Association – Basketball: - The Symbol
... Before the current logo, the AAC used to be represented by a black cape to reflect the university's traditional students' uniform ... The AAC logo was created by Fernando Pimentel in 1927 by an order of the AAC Main board ... The logo of AAC has a stylized drawing of the University Tower ...