early-warning station

early-warning station

[¦ər·lē ‚′wȯr·niŋ ‚stā·shən]
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We do not want to have a Syrian early-warning station in Israel, and we will not allow an Israeli one on our territory"; (b) tactically, an early-warning station could be used for other purposes, which could undermine the security of his country; and (c) the need for supplies will create a logistical problem the Syrians simply are unwilling to put up with.
ALL Along The Watchtower (BBC1) saw two dopey RAF servicemen scanning the skies from a remote coastal early-warning station in Scotland.
Defence officials at RAF Fylingdales, the Yorkshire-based early-warning station, reported no undue activity.
The idea of being the world's early-warning station seems to appeal to New Zealanders; especially given its reputation as a country that often tends to look backward, rather than forward.
A report commissioned by the Ministry of Defence states the upgrade of the North Yorkshire RAF early-warning station as part of the US missile defence project, should not require planning permission.
The Cold War early-warning station at RAF Buchan near Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, was axed in 2004.
The comedy is set in a tiny, remote RAF early-warning station which the top brass forgot to close down after the end of the Cold War.
Mefreh Bin Saeed Bin Haddiah, in charge of radioactivity early-warning stations and the monitoring station of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO), said the March 25 sand storm reduced intensification of radioactive particles that drifted to the national skies as a result of the nuclear blast that ripped through the Japanese Fukushima nuclear reactor.
The company's EFOY brand fuel cells are providing power for recreational vehicles, yachts, vacation homes, traffic monitoring systems, observation stations, measurement- and early-warning stations, light electric vehicles, defense and other applications.
It would use British early-warning stations to track missiles fired at America.
The agreement also called for three Israeli early-warning stations and three air-defense units to be maintained on the West Bank until May 5, 2007, or until peace agreements and bilateral security arrangements between Israel and other Arab foes were achieved.
Israel underlined the need to leave military forces along the length of the Jordan River for an extended period, as well as the need for an Israeli presence at the border crossing at the Jordan River, continued Israeli control of the air space over the West Bank, the stationing of Israeli early-warning stations at several strategic points in the West Bank and an extensive series of other security demands.