ASTARS

AcronymDefinition
ASTARSAirborne Systems Training and Research Support
ASTARSArmy Standards Repository System (US DoD)
ASTARSAirborne Systems Training and Range Support (US Navy)
ASTARSAPRS (Automatic Packet Reporting System) Satellite Tracking and Reporting System (satellite radio)
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She found Anne standing motionless before a picture hanging on the wall between the two windows, with her eyes astar with dreams.
The third generation of flying classroom for the USNTPS curriculum, ASTARS III is a custom tailored C-26A Metroliner equipped with military equipment and subsystems, plus a simulation lab that was built in conjunction with the aircraft to have matching crew stations.
As an ASTAR, eplivanserin would be expected to avoid impairment of next-day functioning, unlike benzodiazepines, which exert their hypnotic effect by binding to GABA receptors, added Dr.
Many sleep disorder experts expect the ASTARs to take over a major chunk of the insomnia treatment market now dominated by Zolpidem and other drugs acting on the [gamma]-aminobutyric acid-A receptor, according to Mr.
To keep the level of test and evaluation training in line with fleet systems, the ASTARS aircraft are expected to receive important upgrades, such as low-altitude navigation and targeting for night, updated FLIR, and additional enhancements to the radar systems.
The new system will provide a real-time HD video and data link between the Department's two Eurocopter AS350B2 AStar helicopters and a ground-based mobile command vehicle.