[Awards & Medals] abbreviations

  • WSYA  (Miscellaneous > Awards & Medals)

    Stand For:  Weed Scientist of the Year Award

    • Example: Dr. James Miller Receives Weed Scientist of the Year Award (Auburn, AL) The Southern Weed Science Society presented the 1999 Weed Scientist of the Year Award to Dr. James H. Miller, Research Forest Ecologist with the USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Auburn, AL.

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  • KSJ  (Miscellaneous > Awards & Medals)

    Stand For:  Knight of San Jacinto


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  • GOAL  (Miscellaneous > Awards & Medals)

    Stand For:  Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership

    • Example: Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership – About GOAL In 2017, the Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership (GOAL) program, which focuses on excellence in technical education, celebrates its 46th year.

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  • GMEA  (Miscellaneous > Awards & Medals)

    Stand For:  GDLS Manufacturing Excellence Award


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  • MM  (Miscellaneous > Awards & Medals)

    Stand For:  Medalla Militar


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  • MN  (Miscellaneous > Awards & Medals)

    Stand For:  Medalla Naval

    • Definition: The Navy Medal (Spanish: Medalla Naval) is the highest peacetime military award issued by Spain's navy. The regulation f ... more >>
    • Example: Medalla Naval Alm. Sebastián Francisco de Miranda Uploaded with ImageShack.us Medalla Naval Escuadra Libertadora Uploaded with ImageShack.us

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  • FRS  (Miscellaneous > Awards & Medals)

    Stand For:  Fellow of the Royal Society

    • Example: Founded in November 1660, Winston Churchill was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1941. Read more about this honor.

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  • AAA  (Miscellaneous > Awards & Medals)

    Stand For:  Audax Altitude Award

    • Example: Welcome to the Audax Altitude Award website. Going, Going, Gone. The contents of the AAA website has been transferred to the main AUK website at http://www.aukweb.net/results/aaa/, and it will close down completely in the near future.

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