AAG

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AcronymDefinition
AAGAssociation of American Geographers (Washington, DC)
AAGAmerican Association of Geographers (Washington, DC)
AAGAssistant Attorney General
AAGAboriginal Art Gallery (Australia)
AAGAlaska Air Group (aviation)
AAGAir and Ground (freight transportation services)
AAGat a Glance
AAGAllgemeine Anthroposophische Gesellschaft (German: General Anthroposophical Society)
AAGAustralian Association of Gerontology
AAGAsia-America Gateway (submarine communications cable system)
AAGAllied Arts Guild (Menlo Park, CA)
AAGAsociación Argentina de Golf
AAGAssistant Adjutant General
AAGAdvanced Arresting Gear
AAGAssistant Auditor General
AAGAcademic Advisory Group (various organizations)
AAGAdvanced Analytics Group (Bain & Company; Los Angeles, CA)
AAGAffirmative Action Group (Zimbabwe)
AAGAnti-Aircraft Gun
AAGArithmetic Algebraic Geometry (math conference)
AAGAeromedical Airlift Group
AAGAustralian Acoustic Generator (minesweeping device)
AAGAlpha-Acid Glycoprotein
AAGArmy Artillery Group (Opposing Forces)
AAGAcute Angle Closure Glaucoma
AAGAssociation of American Geologists
AAGAthletics Association of Guyana (formerly Amateur Athletic Association of Guyana)
AAGAsociación Audubon de Guatemala (Audubon Association of Guatemala)
AAGAmis Aquariophiles Gouesnou (French: Aquarist Friends Gouesnou; Gouesnou, France)
AAGAS/400 Advocacy Group (IBM AS/400 midrange system)
AAGAnciennes Automobiles du Gier (French car club)
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Caption: An F/A-18E Super Hornet is halted by the barricade net attached to the Advanced Arresting Gear (AAG) via extension pendants and held up by stanchions, on April 17, completing the second such test to qualify AAG in the barricade configuration for use aboard Gerald R.
The longest sequence of events, or "critical path," for this PSA/ SRA period is advanced weapons elevator construction and advanced arresting gear upgrades.
It features a new nuclear power plant, propulsion system, an Advanced Arresting Gear, machinery control, Dual Band Radar, integrated warfare systems and an enhanced flight deck capable of increased aircraft sortie rates.
Ford's new Advanced Arresting Gear (AAG) will be able to recover future aircraft that will require capabilities beyond that of the arresting gears on Nimitz-class carriers.
Bill Moran gets a detailed walk-through at the Advanced Arresting Gear Runway Arrested Landing Site at Naval Air Systems Command during a visit to Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J.
Ford (CVN 78) use a test-site specific tool to lower a cable shock absorber thru-deck sheave assembly into place while participating in hands-on maintenance labs as part of a six-week Advanced Arresting Gear training course at Lakehurst, N.J.
31 from Advanced Arresting Gear (AAG) operator and maintainer initial training conducted at test sites in Lakehurst, New Jersey.
Navy's Advanced Arresting Gear (AAG) program reached a milestone with the first recovery of a manned aircraft, an F/A-18E Super Hornet, March 31 at the Runway Arrested Landing Site (RALS) at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey.
The new Advanced Arresting Gear will be catching fleet aircraft at the end of fiscal year 2013.
Ford-class aircraft carrier now under construction with the new Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System and Advanced Arresting Gear. By 2018, the flight deck will be home to a family of unmanned systems currently in development.
General Atomics has received a $95.8 million contract for system development and demonstration of a shipboard-representative Advanced Arresting Gear (AAG).
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