AWS

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AcronymDefinition
AWSAmazon Web Services
AWSAmerican Welding Society
AWSAdvanced Warning System
AWSAutomatic Weather Station
AWSAdvanced Wireless Services
AWSAsynchronous Web Services
AWSAscom Wireless Solutions (various locations)
AWSAlien Workshop (skateboard company)
AWSAssociation of Women Surgeons (est. 1981)
AWSAlarm Will Sound (band)
AWSAll Water Service (shipping)
AWSAmerican Watercolor Society
AWSArchitectural Window Systems (various locations)
AWSAlternative Water Supply (various locations)
AWSAuxiliary Water Supply (various organizations)
AWSAmerican Wine Society
AWSAdsl Workstation
AWSAdvanced Web Server
AWSActive Web Services
AWSAnalysis Workstation
AWSAdvanced Web Solutions
AWSAll Wheels Steering
AWSAdvanced Web Search
AWSApache Web Server
AWSAuthentication Web Server
AWSAssembly Workstation
AWSAdvance Weight Sensor
AWSAda Web Server
AWSAustria Wirtschaftsservice GmbH
AWSAutomatic Warning System
AWSAT&T Wireless Services
AWSAlternative Work Schedule
AWSAdvice and Welfare Services (UK)
AWSAs We Speak
AWSAir Weather Service
AWSAlcohol Withdrawal Syndrome
AWSAverage Weekly Sales
AWSArchimedes Wave Swing
AWSA Wilhelm Scream (band)
AWSAlternate Work Schedule
AWSAEGIS Weapon System
AWSAll-Women Shortlist (politics; UK)
AWSAutomated Workflow System (software)
AWSAmerican Warmblood Society
AWSAdvance Warning Signal
AWSAdaptive Wireless System (computing)
AWSAnnual Wage Supplement (employee compensation)
AWSAsian Women's Shelter (San Francisco, CA)
AWSAll-Weather Speaker (audio equipment)
AWSAkcja Wyborcza Solidarnosc (Election Action Solidarity, political party in Poland)
AWSApple Workgroup Server
AWSAdvanced White Society
AWSAlternative Workplace Strategies
AWSAircraft Warning Service
AWSAdvanced Wideband System
AWSAbyss Web Server
AWSAbrupt Wing Stall
AWSAbfallwirtschaftssystem (software)
AWSAccessible Wilderness Society (Canada)
AWSAssociate Writer to the Signet
AWSAlagille-Watson Syndrome
AWSArrow Weapons System (Israel)
AWSAdministration Workstation
AWSAutomated Weather Source, Inc. (weather forecast provider)
AWSAnalyst Workstation
AWSArea Weapon System (gun-cannon on attack helicopter)
AWSAmplify Weak Sectors (CloneCD feature)
AWSAmerican Welding Standards
AWSAthlete Whereabouts System (UK)
AWSAir Warning Service
AWSADSL Workstation (Hekimian)
AWSAtlanta Wind Symphony (Atlanta, GA)
AWSAuto Windscreens Shield
AWSAgency Walker Services (France)
AWSAvenue-Web Systèmes (French: Avenue-Web Systems; est. 1999)
AWSArbitrary Waveform Synthesizer
AWSAdvanced Wideband Satellite
AWSAmos W. Steinhacker (comic character; Netherlands)
AWSAmerican Weather Service
AWSAutomated Warehouse System
AWSAdvanced Wet Station
AWSAdvanced Water Systems, Inc
AWSAsian Women and Sport
AWSAirport Water Shuttle (Boston, Massachusetts)
AWSAssociation of Women in Science
AWSAircraft Weapon System
AWSAnti-Armor Weapon System
AWSAbsorb While Scan (radar absorbers)
AWSAlabama Writers Symposium
AWSAnello Web Services
AWSAirlock Workstation
AWSAgency Work Station
AWSAOL Weather Service (Aim Weatherbug)
AWSAbstract Wiener Space
AWSAccess Window Slot
AWSAtlantic Wholesalers Ltd.
AWSAmphibious Warfare School/Strategy
AWSAuthenticated Web Server
AWSAdaptive Weighting Strategy
AWSAmerican Walnut Satin (piano manufacturing)
AWSAgainst Wet Sawdust
AWSAbsolute Weight Strength (explosives)
AWSAvenger Weapons System
AWSAutomated Warehousing System
AWSAgent's Workstation
AWSAriise Web Search (Paris, France)
AWSAnti-Androgen Withdrawal Syndrome
AWSAnnapolis Wind Symphony
References in periodicals archive ?
1958--(July 14-16) a CIA U-2 flies over "typhoon Winnie" conducting high -altitude photographic surveillance of the storm to bolster their weather recon cover story and support the Air Force's Air Weather Service's typhoon research.
--(Sept 14) a CIA U-2 flies over "super typhoon Helen" conducting high-altitude photographic surveillance of the storm to bolster their weather recon cover story and support the Air Force's Air Weather Service's typhoon research.
--(Sept 24-25) a CIA U-2 flys over "super typhoon Ida" conducting high-altitude photographic surveillance of the storm to bolster their weather recon cover story and support the Air Force's Air Weather Service's typhoon research.
Hugh Dryden of NACA (the predecessor of NASA) announces the existence of the U-2 aircraft, to be flown by the US Air Force's Air Weather Services. Dryden reports the aircraft will be used as a high-altitude research tool for meteorological investigations, including: jet stream studies, high-altitude temperature and wind structures (at jet stream altitudes), and cosmic ray research above 55,000 feet.
The authors wish to acknowledge the following sponsors of the Nexrad system; the National Weather Service (NWS), a component of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)(9), in the Department of Commerce (DoC), the Air Force's Air Weather Service (AWS) in the Department of Defense (DoD), the Navy's Naval Oceanography Command (NOC) in DoD, and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in the Department of Transportation (DoT).
The rest of the enlisted staff of the base weather detachment, like much of the rest of the rapidly expanding Air Weather Service, were assigned from base personnel and trained as observers through an on-the-job training program.
He went to the Philippines in 1946 as a Pan American Airways meteorologist under contract to the Air Weather Service. He later transferred to the Weather Bureau as part of the Philippine Weather Service rehabilitation program; this may have made him the first black civilian meteorologist in the Weather Bureau.
It is unknown if Air Weather Service personnel were part of this review process.
The postwar Air Weather Service centrally managed all AAF/USAF weather personnel.