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# What does 15 P in a RT mean?

## What does 15 P in a RT mean?

15 P in a R T = 15 players on a rugby team.

## What is 52c in AP?

52 C in a P represents 52 Cards in a Pack.

What does 64 S on a CB mean?

Answer to 64 s on cb means 64 squares on chess board. 26 letters of the Alphabets. 7 days of the week.

What does 11 P in a CT mean?

11 Players in a Cricket Team
Answer : Explanation :11 P in a CT means 11 Players in a Cricket Team.

### What is 8’s on a SS?

1. 26 = L of the A Letters of the Alphabet
13. 8 = S on a SS Sides on a Stop Sign
14. 3 = B M (S H T R) Blind Mice (See How They Run)
15. 4 = Q in a G Quarters in a Game

### What is 90 in a RA?

90 degrees in a right angle.

What does 13AF stand for?

The Thirteenth Air Force (Air Forces Pacific) ( 13 AF) was a numbered air force of the United States Air Force Pacific Air Forces (PACAF). It was last headquartered at Hickam Air Force Base on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. 13 AF has never been stationed in the continental United States.

What does the 13th Air Force Command do?

The command is charged with planning, executing, and assessing operations in support of the U.S. Pacific Command commander’s objectives. On behalf of the Pacific Air Forces commander, the 13th AF commander is positioned to command Air Force forces, combined or joint force air components, or a joint task force.

## Where is the 13th Air Force headquartered?

It was last headquartered at Hickam Air Force Base on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. 13 AF has never been stationed in the continental United States. It was one of the oldest continuously active numbered air forces in the United States Air Force.

## What happened to the 13th Air Force during WW2?

During World War II, 13th AF consisted of two major commands, XIII Fighter Command and XIII Bomber Command. Activated on 13 January 1943. Served in combat with Thirteenth AF until the end of the war. Inactivated in the Philippines on 15 March 1946. Disbanded on 8 October 1948. (Transferred from Fifth Air Force, Hickam Field, Hawaii in March 1943).