OAG (disambiguation)

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OAG is an air travel intelligence company.

OAG may also refer to:

  • Office of the Auditor General (disambiguation)
  • OAG (band), Malaysian rock band
  • Office of the Advocate General for Scotland
  • Optical axis gratings
  • Orange Airport (IATA code), located in the Central Tablelands region of New South Wales servicing the city of Orange and the towns of Blayney and Cowra. It is located in the area known as Huntley, near Spring Hill and approximately 11 km (6.8 mi) from Orange CBD
  • Overly Attached Girlfriend, a 2012 internet meme
  • OAG (Air Travel Intelligence), an air travel intelligence company based in United Kingdom
  • ÖBL All-Star Game, – or Admiral Basketball League (ABL) All-Star Game is a yearly event held by the Österreichische Basketball Bundesliga
  • Ostan-e Azarbayjan-e Gharbi
  • Old Al Ghanim
  • Ouled Addi Guebala
  • Oscar Alfredo Gálvez (1913–1989), racing driver from Argentina. He participated in one Formula One World Championship Grand Prix, on 18 January 1953, in which he scored two championship points
  • Owen A. Galvin (1852–1897), American attorney and politician who served as the United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts from 1887 to 1890
  • Owais Ahmed Ghani, former governor of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan, who previously governed southwestern province of Balochistan for four and a half years
  • Otto Attila Gilbert, Hungarian-American spy. He was convicted of espionage in 1982 after paying $4,000 for classified documents provided by an undercover Army officer, and sentenced to fifteen years in prison
  • Olivia Aroha Giles, contemporary New Zealand Māori creative, specialising in art textiles, design, illustration and writing
  • Ole Amund Gjersvik (born 1962), Norwegian Jazz musician (upright bass) and composer, central on the Bergen jazz scene and known from a number of record releases
  • Olaus Andreas Grøndahl (1847–1923), Norwegian conductor, singing teacher and composer
  • Onaje Allan Gumbs (born 1949), New York-based pianist, composer, and bandleader
  • Oleg Andreyevich Gusev (born 1964), Russian entrepreneur and politician from Urals
  • Ohio Attorney General, the chief legal officer of the State of Ohio in the United States. The office is filled by general election, held every four years. The current[update] Ohio Attorney General is Mike DeWine
  • Old Artillery Ground, an area of land in Spitalfields, London formerly designated one of the Liberties of the Tower of London and Crown Land
  • Operation Acid Gambit, a plan to retrieve Kurt Muse, an American civilian living in Panama and reported to be a CIA operative by one newspaper from the Carcel Modelo, a notorious prison in Panama City
  • Ostrov Amel'kina Griva, a Russian island located in Lake Chany, Russia, approximately 7 km from Bekhten