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AcronymDefinition
A2AAccess to Archives (UK)
A2AApplication to Application
A2AAshes to Ashes (TV series)
A2AAccount-to-Account (banking)
A2AAsk to Answer
A2AAthens-to-Atlanta (in-line skating event; Georgia)
A2AAny to Any
A2AAdministration to Administration
A2AAir-To-Air (weapon)
A2AAdministration-to-Administration
A2AAirline to Airline
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Air-to-air refueling is one of the trends that are certain to continue in the coming future as there is a need to support overseas deployment.
North America is estimated to account for the largest share of the air-to-air refueling market in 2019.
* Payload: same as armament air-to-air or air-to-ground loadouts; with or without two external wing fuel tanks.
should use 122.75 MHz for air-to-air communication, not 122.9.
Two heat pumps, an air-to-air heat pump system, and a geothermal heat pump system, are compared with a conventional furnace system as a benchmark.
The F-35's internally-carried AIM-120 AMRAAMs are a beyond-visual-range air-to-air missile capable of all-weather day-and-night operations and considered a "fire-and-forget" missile using active target radar guidance.
In Libya, air-to-air armed B-1s really could have rapidly dominated a foreign air force (arguably much more rapidly than our governmental and command and control processes can react) without any concern about foreign basing rights and ponderous logistics processes.
government executed separate Letters of Offer and Acceptance with three of its key allies to purchase Raytheon Company's AIM-120C-7 Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile (AMRAAM)
government executed separate Letters of Offer and Acceptance with three of its key allies to purchase Raytheon Company's (NYSE:RTN) AIM-120C-7 Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile (AMRAAM).
has released a $45.3 million sale of 171 Stinger air-to-air missiles to Taiwan.
They resigned over worries about the systems, including air-to-air refuelling, said aviation writer David Morgan.
The men, based at RAF Kinloss, lost their lives when the plane exploded in mid-air just minutes after undergoing air-to-air refuelling in Afghanistan in September 2006.