AEF: see World War I.
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The ABCs of the AEF: process ensures the right people are in the right place at the right time. (Citizen Airman)
AIR FORCE UNVEILS AEF LEAD WINGS, PLUS FIVE MOBILITY WINGS. (Defense Daily)
Another service to participate in AEF for the first time. (US Navy EA-6B electronic warfare aircraft will participate in Jul 1997 USAF Air Expeditionary Force deployment) (Defense Daily)
Chief's sight picture: adapting the AEF--longer deployments, more forces 4 June 2004.(Aerospace Education Foundation) (Flying Safety)
Are you ready to deploy? Understanding the AEF cycle.(Feature) (Spokesman Magazine)
Back on track: Air Force returning to normal AEF rotations. (Citizen Airman)
The AEF Way of War: The American Army and Combat in World War I.(Book review) (Air Power History)
Moorman predicts rosy future for AEF concept. (General Thomas Moorman, Air Expeditionary Force) (Defense Daily)
Audubon, Domtar, host of others will receive awards during AEF convention: environmental educator's series of videos/lesson plans to be debuted.(Arkansas Environmental Federation) (Arkansas Business)
AEF enhances the carrier battle group's role, AF general says.(Lt. Gen. John Jumper on Air Expeditionary Force concept) (Defense Daily)
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