AWACS

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AWACSAirborne Warning And Control System (E-3A aircraft)
AWACSAirborne Early Warning and Control System
AWACSAdvanced Monitoring and Control Structure
AWACSAirborne Warning And Control Squadron
AWACSATM Wireless Access Communication System
AWACSAdvice of Wrong Account for Automated Credits
AWACSAirsoft Warfare and Combat Squad
AWACSActive Wave Absorption Control System
AWACSAerial Warning and Control System (Russian aviation)
AWACSAssisting Writing Across Cyber Space
AWACSAdvanced Warehouse Automation and Control System (Interface Systems, Inc.)
AWACSAdvanced Warning and Counter Surveillance (Technology Catalysts International Corp.)
AWACSAID Worldwide Accounting Control System (USAID)
AWACSAlways Washing and Cleaning Stuff
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The priced options include the kits for production and retrofit of 17 NATO Airborne Warning And Control System Aircraft and two mission simulators as well as the procurement of initial and follow-on spares.
However, South Korea's plan to purchase Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) aircraft in 2001 has been postponed to after 2004 due to economic difficulties.
5 Kyodo The Japanese Defense Agency on Tuesday received two U.S.-made E-767 airborne warning and control system (AWACS) planes from Boeing Co.
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.
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.
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