UASE

AcronymDefinition
UASEUARS Airborne Support Equipment
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After addressing the UASE conference, Mubasher's chairman seemed to have convinced delegates that his software provided the optimal blend of technical integration without requiring extensive legal or political cooperation.
During the meeting, Fadi Khalaf, UASE's Secretary General, delivered a presentation about the repercussions of the recent international financial crisis on the Arab stock exchanges, and the importance of enhancing the cooperation and coordination between the these exchanges; this allows them to be better prepared for facing sudden volatilities that occasionally hit the international financial system, and hence limit its influence on the performance of the Arab bourses.
Representatives from all UASE member countries volunteered information on the impact of the default, along with their planned reports on achievements and future goals.
(15.) Fifty-seven percent of targets engaged by the Us battleships Missouri and Wisconsin were located from the air by UASes. Jordan, "Surveillance and Target Acquisition," 887-88.
Yet, air-intelligence assets are transforming how we fight in other, less obvious ways--for example, miniaturized and fullsized UASes that safeguard ground forces from ambush.