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ASWAntisubmarine Warfare
ASWAnti-Submarine Warfare (naval warfare)
ASWApplication Server Wireless
ASWanti Spyware
ASWApple Sales Web
ASWa Small World (online community)
ASWAnalysis of Student Work (teacher education)
ASWAlumino Silicate Wool (refractory ceramic fibre)
ASWApproved Social Worker
ASWAllgemeine Sprachwissenschaft (German: General Linguistic Studies)
ASWAußersinnliche Wahrnehmung (German: Extrasensory Perception)
ASWApplication Software
ASWArtificial Sea Water
ASWAdmitted Students Weekend (various schools)
ASWAssembly of the Sacred Wheel (Wiccan religious organization)
ASWAdministration in Social Work
ASWAmerican Spring Wire (various locations)
ASWArt Supply Warehouse
ASWAverage Surface Wind (US DoD)
ASWAnti-Spyware Software (computer security)
ASWAsset Swap
ASWAustralian Standard White (wheat)
ASWActual Silver Weight (numismatics)
ASWAmerican Studies Web
ASWAircraft Sustainment Wing (US Air Force)
ASWAmbrosia Software
ASWAswan, Egypt - Daraw (Airport Code)
ASWAssociation of Scientific Workers
ASWAssociate Social Worker
ASWA Shared World
ASWAmerican Shoot Wrestling
ASWAll Seems Well (OK signal in AT&T ESS)
ASWAuxiliary Seawater
ASWAudits and Surveys Worldwide
ASWAttention Seeking Whore
ASWAddress and Synchronization Word
ASWAuxiliary Saltwater
ASWAlternative Service Worker
ASWAdministrative Services Workstation
ASWAir Strike Warning
ASWAmmonia Scrubber Waste
ASWAutomatic Switch to Working
ASWAsynchronous Service Window
ASWAxial Spin Wave
ASWAzimuthal Surface Wave
ASWAgency Supplied Worker
ASWAmbulance Support Worker (UK)
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Yet if the United States made protection of the carrier its preeminent concern, those carriers could be pushed so far out to sea as to be much less useful as platforms launching aircraft for air superiority or antisubmarine warfare operations.
Land, sea and undersea firepower, advanced sensors and other special features enable this class of submarine to execute numerous warfighting tasks simultaneously, including their seven primary missions of antisubmarine warfare; anti-surface ship warfare; strike warfare; mine warfare; SOF support; battle group support; and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR).
Navy programs for countering improved Chinese maritime military capabilities in coming years could lead to one or more of the following: developing and procuring highly capable ships, aircraft, and weapons for defeating Chinese anti-access systems; assigning a larger percentage of the Navy to the Pacific Fleet; homeporting more of the Pacific Fleet's ships at forward locations such as Hawaii, Guam, and Japan; increasing training and exercises in operations relating to countering Chinese maritime anti-access forces, such as antisubmarine warfare (ASW) operations; and increasing activities for monitoring and understanding developments in China's navy, as well as activities for measuring and better understanding operating conditions in the Western Pacific.
Existing aircraft carriers have been designed for Cold War antisubmarine warfare and have limited space for short take-off and vertical landing fixed-wing aircraft for engagement in today's deployments.
The chapters on aircraft indicate that most Air Force, Navy, and Marine Corps warplanes were nuclear capable, and even the venerable World War II-era Essex-class carriers had a nuclear capability in both attack and antisubmarine warfare roles.
American and South Korean officials declined to describe details of the coming joint exercises, except to say that they would focus on practicing antisubmarine warfare techniques and the interdiction of cargo vessels carrying prohibited nuclear materials and banned weapons.
In a classified submission sent to defense ministers John Faulkner and Greg Combet, the military chiefs have opted for the United States Navy's MH-60R Seahawk as the best choice for the Royal Australian Navy's (RAN's) new rotary wing antisubmarine warfare platform.
Adaptive Methods Inc., Centreville, VA, is being awarded a not-to-exceed $9,750,000 IDIQ contract for a Phase III Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Project under Topic N02-152 entitled "Environmental Mission Planner--The Total Solution." The contractor will provide services and materials for the design and development of an innovative total system solution for the tactical antisubmarine warfare (ASW) environmental mission planner that provides universal compatibility with minimal impact on existing and future aircraft and tactical support cent-based systems.
The Type 23 frigate, specialising in antisubmarine warfare, was accepted into service in May 1994.
The shallow-draft warship that sailors will employ in mine warfare, surface warfare and antisubmarine warfare missions still is in development and testing.
As for maritime security, the report cites the need for Japan and the United States to ''commit to strengthening their antisubmarine warfare capabilities'' to fully grasp adversarial submarine fleets.
Dunaway is currently serving as deputy program executive officer for air antisubmarine warfare, assault and special mission programs, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and Acquisition), Patuxent River, Md.
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