NASIC

AcronymDefinition
NASICNational Air and Space Intelligence Center (US Air Force)
NASICNorth American Specialty Insurance Company
NASICNationwide Association of Security Installation Companies (UK)
NASICNortheast Academic Science Information Center
NASICNASA Aircraft/Satellite Instrument Calibration
NASICNetwork of Academies of Science in OIC Countries
NASICNorth American Steel Industry Coalition
NASICNanoscale Application Specific Integrated Circuit
NASICNational Association of Share Insurance Corporations
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The Air Force's NASIC warns that there might not be much time to waste, because potential adversaries are not standing still.
A WMD-focused analytical applications branch (or shop) at NASIC could provide tailored support and an AF spin to already existing products.
NASIC will continue to play an important role providing the nation and our leaders with an understanding of foreign threats to U.
official reports have not been entirely clear regarding the composition of Syria's Scud missile inventory; a 2006 report from the National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC) includes the Scud B, Scud C, Scud D, and SS-21 in Syria's SRBM inventory, but NASIC reports from 2009 and 2013 omit the Scud B and Scud C.
NASIC focuses on the use and exploitation of air and space intelligence collection platforms; consequently, it possesses many experts on the wide variety of Measurement and Signatures Intelligence (MASINT) to provide specialized and correlated intelligence products.
A valued CACI customer for nearly 50 years, NASIC is the Department of Defense's primary source to assess foreign air and space threats.
Like the NGA, the NASIC is in the intelligence business.
Intelligence-analysis organizations like NASIC are often functionally organized, with suborganizations grouped by analytic discipline (e.
Contract Awarded for Non-ACAT NASIC Option 1 Exercise 12mo.
According to the Defense Department, under this contract, Intrepid will be helping NASIC maintain, update and operate the facilitys existing infrastructure comprised of user accounts, workstations, independent networks, circuits, storage and servers.
18) However, the composition of Syria's Scud missile inventory is not entirely clear; a 2006 report from the National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC) includes the Scud B, Scud C, Scud D, and SS-21 in Syria's SRBM inventory, but a 2009 NASIC report omits the Scud B and C.
Since 2000, NASIC has assessed that China may be developing a medium-range submarine-launched ballistic missile, but NASIC never considered it actually deployed.