F4F


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F4F

An abbreviation for "first for first," a common comment on popular social media posts that promotes the exchange of "likes," in which one requests a "like" on the first picture on one's own page in return for liking the first picture on the other person's page. Ever since I started writing "F4F" on famous people's posts, my Instagram pictures have been getting way more likes!
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The Japanese Zero fighter (Mitsubishi A6M2 Type 0 carrier fighter, Type 21) was much more maneuverable than the F4F Wildcat and, when flown by experienced pilots, the Zeros outmatched the Wildcats in air-to-air combat.
In June 1998 the first full-length F4F visiting course in Moldova took place, following a pattern which had already proved of value elsewhere (see map).
By this time, the squadron transitioned to the Grumman F4F Wildcat.
and is based on the company's Road Master Rail F4F series chassis that incorporates a Cummins ISB diesel engine rated 340 hp and an Allison 2500 MH six-speed World Transmission.
Extending ITA's mission of building the technology community in Illinois, the F4F program identifies well rounded high potential students and encourages their demonstrated interest and potential by actively engaging them in the community as a launch pad for beginning their careers in technology.
Through them, we get a glimpse into what it was like flying a slower, less maneuverable F4F Wildcat against a Japanese Zero in the skies above Henderson Field, or to be a young sailor fighting for survival on a torpedoed destroyer in Ironbottom Sound, or to be an exhausted marine in a rifle company fighting off a suicidal banzai charge at Alligator Creek.
Since the formation of F4F Agriculture and Adaptris in 2000 the business has grown rapidly and now delivers services and products to nearly 2500 customers around the world.
The Hellcat Aces accounted for approximately 257 aerial kills in three deployments from 1942 to 1945, while equipped with the F4F Wildcat and F6F Hellcat.
Marine Corps (the F4F Wildcat, F6F Hellcat and F4U Corsair) equalled approximately half total fighter production for the Army Air Forces, and fighter pilot training was presumably in proportion: naval demand for bomber pilots was proportionately less than for the Army Air Force.
Marine F4F Wildcats and Army Air Forces P-40 Warhawks were no match for the Zeros.
F4F made me feel that I could make a difference in the world if I wanted to, and it gave me tools that I could use to do so.
Selected by a panel of judges, the students in the F4F program are given exclusive access to C-level executives from the technology industry.
Navy's Bureau of Aeronautics and experienced F4F Wildcat pilots to develop a new fighter to counter the Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero's strengths and establish air command of the Pacific.
There are discussions throughout the text of the dangers of the P-38, the downfalls of the P-40, the differences in the F4F and the F6F, etc.
Balan was attracted to F4F three years ago when he saw an announcement at the university for a short course entitled `Search for Freedom'.