A6

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A6, A 6 or A-6 can refer to:

Arts and entertainment[edit]

  • A6, a mutated flu virus in the short story "Night Surf" by Stephen King
  • A-6, a renamed version of the US Security Group in the 1997 comic book movie Spawn

Electronics and software[edit]

Military[edit]

  • A6, the designation for air force headquarters staff concerned with signals, communications, or information technology
    • In the United Kingdom, the A6 Air CIS (Computers & Information Systems) branch, also known as JFACHQ, UK Joint Force Air Component Headquarters
  • A 6, a Swedish artillery regiment

Science and technology[edit]

Biology[edit]

Transportation[edit]

Air transport[edit]

Aircraft[edit]

  • Focke-Wulf A6, a 1930s civilian aircraft from the German Focke-Wulf company
  • Grumman A-6 Intruder, a twin-engine, mid-wing all-weather US Navy medium attack aircraft manufactured by Grumman, in service from 1962 to 1997

Automobiles[edit]

Roads and routes[edit]

  • A6 road, in several countries
  • Route A6 (WMATA), a bus route operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority\

Watercraft[edit]

  • A-6, formerly the USS Porpoise (SS-7), a Plunger class submarine of the United States Navy
  • HMS A6, a British A class submarine of the Royal Navy

Other[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • A-6 tool steel, an air-hardening SAE grade of tool steel
  • A6, an ISO 216 international standard paper size (105×148 mm)
  • A6, or A (musical note) above soprano C, the highest note written or acknowledged as musical in classical music
  • ASICS, a footwear company whose name and logo resemble A6

A06[edit]

  • A.06, a track title on Linkin Park Underground Linkin Park fan club compilation
  • A06 (band), a Massachusetts-based rock band associated with multi-instrumentalist Casey Crescenzo
  • ATC code A06 Laxatives, a subgroup of the Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification System
  • HMNZS Monowai (A06), a 1975 Royal New Zealand Navy hydrographic survey vessel
  • Réti Opening code in the Encyclopaedia of Chess Openings