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AWACS

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Potent force-multipliers like AWACS or AEW&C (airborne early warning and control) systems have changed the entire nature of air warfare because they can detect incoming aerial threats, ranging from fighters to cruise missiles, much before ground-based radars.
Boeing now believes that the future is in the business-jet sized AEW&C platform, which can do many of the AWACS functions, but is less costly, said Patrick R.
'For the first time in history, Swedish SAAB AWACS were built from scratch by another country, even to the disbelief of SAAB itself...
It will enable IAF to link its ground radar stations, its airbases and Airborne Early Warning and Control System (AWACS) planes.
The principal AWACS contractors and the Royal Australian Air Force sat down with a clean sheet of paper and specified what the next system should look like.
AIOCD AWACS is a research organization that has evolved into an IT infrastructure player in pharma distribution and retail with an aim to cut time and improve accuracy of pharmaceutical companies.
On October 17, a US' AWACS plane violated rules and dangerously approached a Russian Su-35 jet over Syria, the ministry's spokesman said, Sputnik reported.
BAGHDAD / National Iraqi News Agency / nina / approved by The leaders of NATO countries /28 / agreed on Saturday to promote the direct support they provide to the international coalition that the US-led to fight Daash including the use of aircraft (AWACS) and the training of the Iraqi army.
The head of NATO said on Thursday that the United States has requested the alliance's help in fighting Islamic State in the Middle East by providing surveillance planes called the Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS).
The CAG singled out underutilisation of critical platform like the three Airborne Warning and Control System ( AWACS) purchased from Russia and Israel in March 2004 for over ` 5,000 crore.
Canada shutdown its contribution to NATO's airborne warning aircraft, known as AWACS, a move that will save about $50 million a year, according to the records obtained under the Access to Information Act.
New York (AirGuideBusiness - Business & Industry Features) Wed, Aug 6, 2014 - Boeing has received a contract from NATO worth approximately $250 million to install digital flight decks and avionics on 13 of the allianceas Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) aircraft, which are based on the Boeing 707 commercial airplane.