SWT

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SWTScottish Wildlife Trust (Scotland, UK)
SWTSouth West Trains (UK)
SWTSouthwest Texas (State University)
SWTSweetener World Tour (Ariana Grande)
SWTShock Wave Therapy (medical treatment)
SWTSemantic Web Technologies (computing)
SWTSuzuki Works Techno
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SWTSigma Wireless Technology
SWTSubhanahu Wa Ta'ala (Muslim faith)
SWTShropshire Wildlife Trust (UK)
SWTSiemens Water Technologies (Warrendale, PA)
SWTScience Working Team
SWTSwedish Winter Time
SWTShallow Water Table
SWTSuffolk Wildlife Trust (UK)
SWTStar Wars Trilogy
SWTSomerset Wildlife Trust (Somerset, England, United Kingdom)
SWTShuttle Walk Test
SWTSupersonic Wind Tunnel
SWTSubhana WaTa'ala (Arabic: Pure is He and High)
SWTSenior Women's Travel
SWTState Withholding Tax
SWTSt. Helena Bay Water Quality Trust (South Africa)
SWTSecret Wall Tattoos (website)
SWTScout Weapons Team (US Army)
SWTSuhanahu Wa Ta'ala (Islamic faith)
SWTSouth Warwickshire Tourism (UK)
SWTService-Wide Transportation
SWTSmall Weather Terminal
SWTSemi-orthogonal Wavelet Transform
SWTSouthwest Territory
SWTSystem Work Team
SWTSwitch Tube
SWTStrezhevoi (Russia)
SWTShipwreck Trail (Florida Keys, USA)
SWTShrink Wrap Tunnel
SWTSecure Web Transaction
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The convoy then moved eastward into the desert, established a hasty tactical assembly area (TAA) with security patrols by gun trucks and a scout weapons team, and downloaded the M88A2s and the Wolverine to prepare to transfer the HAB.
Route clearance packages, scout weapons teams, close air support, quick reaction forces, explosive ordnance disposal detachments, and medical evacuation assets were dispatched in support of our logistics convoys, helping mitigate the effects of enemy activity on the logistics convoys.
Such possible solutions include 1/4 Cav's unique approach to the reduction of friendly-fire episodes and to platoon-level live-fire exercises for combined ground cavalry and scout weapons teams (pp.