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AWACAlcoa World Alumina and Chemicals
AWACAirborne Warning and Control
AWACAnthony Wayne Area Council (Indiana)
AWACAir Wisconsin Airlines Corporation (Appleton, WI)
AWACAnimal Welfare Advisory Committee
AWACAllied World Assurance Company Ltd
AWACAnimal Welfare Advisory Council
AWACAbused Women and Children (Arkadelphia, AR)
AWACAudio Waveform Amplifier and Converter
AWACAdvanced Warning Audit Control (knowledge-based mechanized security audit program for Unix platforms)
AWACAfghanistan Without a Clue (blog)
AWACAdvanced Wine Assessment Course (Australia)
AWACAdvanced World Aerobatics Championship
AWACAfrican World Artists Collective
AWACAlabama World Affairs Council
AWACAcolytes Without A Cause (gaming clan)
AWACAcoustic Doppler Wave & Current Profiler
AWACAlain Winandy Assessoria e Consultoria (Portugese)
AWACAlumoweld-Aluminum Conductor (Alcoa, power transmission)
AWACAmateur with A Camera
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Islamabad, Dec.9 (ANI): Pakistan has become the second country in the region after India to have inducted the sophisticated surveillance aircraft, Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) in its Air Force.
You have guardsmen, reservists and active-duty Airmen over the top of the East Coast, West Coast, Gulf Coast, aboard tankers, aboard fighters, aboard AWACS (airborne warning and control system aircraft), flying from little airfields and big airfields to make sure this country is safe.
The Boeing Co., Information Space and Defense Systems, Seattle is being awarded a $20,532,130 contract modification for the NATO E-3A Airborne Warning and Control System Mid-Term Modernization Programme resolution of Diminishing Manufacturing Sources issues.
One of ESC's best known programs is the Airborne Warning and Control System, or AWACS.
In December 1999, the first Royal Air Force (RAF) E-3D Sentry AEW.1 airborne warning and control system aircraft to be fitted with the Radar System Improvement Program (RSIP) package was officially handed over to the service at RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire.
Figure 2 shows the E-3 airborne warning and control system (AWACS), for which a pylon, antenna and radome were added to the top of a Boeing 707-320 cargo carrier, with the remainder of the radar inside the aircraft.
Boeing Co., Information and Surveillance Systems, Seattle, Wash., is being awarded a $7,000,000,000 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for the Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) modernization and sustainment support effort.
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