AAWC

AcronymDefinition
AAWCAfrican American Web Connection
AAWCAnti-Air Warfare Commander
AAWCAnti-Air Warfare Coordinator
AAWCAirport Authority of Washoe County (Nevada)
AAWCAlamo Area Whippet Club (Texas)
AAWCAnti-Air Warfare Center
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As director of the AAWC Khachanush Hakopyan said, the action is dedicated to the
She also added that during 16 years of AAWC's activity 175 000 visitors have passed breast screening.
As part of AAWC's continued dedication to serving its members and the community, online viewers of www.aawconline.org <http://www.aawconline.org/> will enjoy a wealth of information, alerts and news, as well as*two resource centers a one for healthcare professionals and one for patients and their caregivers.
A public announcement regarding a unique feature of the AAWC website will be made at the 2011 Fall Symposium on Advanced Wound Care (SAWC) October 13-15 in Las Vegas, Nevada, at which time this new feature will be launched online*.
AAWCs are instructed to identify unknown air tracks before they reach a 50-nautical-mile (NM; 92.6-km) range from the ownship, which is generally represented at the center of the radarscope.
The Association for the Advancement of Wound Care (AAWC) also can direct you to an appropriate caregiver.
Al Ain: Some 250 students of Al Ain Women's College (AAWC) were given certificates and performance recognition awards at the college's annual awards event held here recently.
The remaining 4 team members apportioned themselves to the four watch stations of identification supervisor (IDS), tactical information coordinator (TIC), anti-air warfare coordinator (AAWC), and electronic warfare supervisor (EWS).
Together for success' A one-day orientation programme was held for 100 new students at Al Ain Women's College (AAWC) under the theme 'Together for Success' Maria McGuire, AAWC dean, welcomed the students and urged them to work hard to achieve success.
Al Ain:Aa"Together for success" is the theme of the orientation programme for some 600 new students at Al Ain Women's College (AAWC).