AEWS

AcronymDefinition
AEWSAccident Emergency Warning System (Danube River Basin transboundary water pollution alert; est. 1997)
AEWSAirborne Early Warning System
AEWSAtmospheric Early Warning System
AEWSAdvanced Early Warning System
AEWSAlaska Eskimo Whaling System
AEWSAdvanced Electronic Warfare System
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Decadal variability in Sahel rainfall is shown to be related to the interaction between the large-scale Atlantic multidecadal oscillation (AMO) and AEWs. Only model resolutions fine enough (at 60 km and finer in that study) to represent stronger, self-organized (at the mesoscale), and propagating rainfall events capture the observed decadal trends.
In December 1981 Aboriginal School Assistants were renamed Aboriginal Education Workers (AEWs), but their role and status did not change significantly.
The first UniCamp, held in March 2010, was a unique experience for students and also some of the Anangu Education Workers (AEW) who had never experienced a university environment.
Schedule an appointment with the AEW or AEG commander to discuss critical items like commander priorities and battle rhythm.
Karachi, Jan 30 (ANI): Pakistan's Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Noman Bashir has said that the navy will soon acquire Airborne Early Warning (AEW) aircraft and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) to strengthen its air fleet.
The AEWs of all household types are substantially reduced.
(12.) The 366th Wing, Mountain Home AFB, Idaho, is one of the popup AEWs charged with being ready to deploy instantly to a warm base worldwide.
Permanent space personnel (W13SX) need to be embedded in the AEF Management System teams, AEWs, 10 AEF lead combat wings, and five mobility AEF lead wings to begin the process of integrating AEF aerospace forces.
After the insurance companies, you will have the JMBs, Heitmans, Eastdils, REEFs, AEWs, and the Jones Lang Woottons all competing to position themselves.
2011), including its role in modulating African easterly waves (AEWs) and mesoscale convective systems during the West African monsoon (WAM; June-September) (Mekonnen et al.