AWI

(redirected from All-Weather Interceptor)
Category filter:
AcronymDefinition
AWIAnimal Welfare Institute
AWIArchitectural Woodwork Institute (est. 1953; Potomac Falls, VA)
AWIAgency for Workforce Innovation (Florida)
AWIArmstrong World Industries, Inc (Lancaster, PA)
AWIAdministrative Web Interface
AWIAmerican War of Independence
AWIAlfred-Wegener-Institut für Polar- und Meeresforschung in der Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft (German: Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research)
AWIAustralian Wool Innovation Limited
AWIAncient Woodland Inventory (UK)
AWIAging Water Infrastructure (US EPA)
AWIApproved Work Item (ISO)
AWIAir Wisconsin Airlines (ICAO code)
AWIAmerican Watchmakers Institute
AWIAfrican Women's Initiative
AWIArizona Water Institute (education partnership)
AWIAutomated Wagering International
AWIAmerican Wine Industry
AWIAfrica Wellness Initiative (California)
AWIAnn Wigmore Institute (Puerto Rico)
AWIAshley Whippet Invitational (Naperville, IL)
AWIArizona Workforce Informer (publication; Arizona Department of Commerce)
AWIAir Warfare Instructor (UK Royal Navy)
AWIAir Water Interface
AWIAquitaine Webmédia Indépendant (French: Aquitaine Independent Webmedia)
AWIAlloy Wheels International (group of wheel manufacturing companies in England, Canada, and South Africa)
AWIAsian Women's Institute
AWIAsymmetric Warfare Initiative (US DoD)
AWIAlert with Information
AWIAssembly Work Instruction
AWIAerospace Welding, Inc.
AWIAcceptable Weekly Intake
AWIAdults with Incapacity Act of 2000 (UK)
AWIAll-Weather Interceptor
AWIAdelgund Witte Architecte Iessc (French architectural firm; Orléans, France)
AWIAllowable Weekly Intake
AWIAtelier Wolf Informatique (French: Wolf Computer Workshop)
AWIAgence Willame Immobilier (French: Willame Estate Agency)
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
The foregoing were serious limitations for a fire control system designed for an all-weather interceptor.
Prime emphasis was placed on the need for a one-man, all-weather interceptor whose role was to be filled by the F-86D.
In addition to its first contract for the Falcon missile, the company also received its first contracts for what would be the beginning of a series of sophisticated fire control systems for all-weather interceptors. During the early months of that year, the Armament Laboratory at Wright Field was testing an AN/APG-3 radar to determine its possible application to night fighters.
Full browser ?