range surveillance

range surveillance

[′rānj sər‚vā·ləns]
(engineering)
Surveillance of a missile range by means of electronic and other equipment.
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Contract award notice: Short range surveillance radar
The BAZ product portfolio includes a range of modular and customisable medium and long range surveillance systems for distances from 500m up to 25km.
The Indian Navy's long range surveillance platforms like the US made P81 has been watching and recording movements of the Chinese Navy in the Indian Ocean.
Austria contracted Selex ES in early 2014 for a new RAT31DL/M to provide long range surveillance.
The military, in cooperation with the interior ministry, is conducting a wide range surveillance of the area and the borders in search of the terrorists, he added.
Stuart Reynolds, international sales director at Metham Aviation Design said, "what stood out for me was the very high quality of the visitors especially on the first two days looking at our CCTV hardware and the latest long range surveillance solutions which we were launching at the event.
RSLC is not the Long Range Surveillance Leaders Course of yesteryear.
Among the 22 major projects now under way are the HC-144A "Ocean Sentry," a medium range surveillance aircraft, the Response Boat-Medium, and the flagship of the Coast Guard's new fleet, the National Security Cutter.
Army from 1984 to 1988 with the 82nd Airborne Division and the V Corps Long Range Surveillance Unit.
After four years as an infantryman and scout and three as a Long Range Surveillance Detachment team leader at Fort Bragg, Elizalde earned the prestigious "Green Beret" title when he graduated from a Special Forces Qualification Course in 2005.
Integrated Coast Guard Systems--the Lockheed Martin/Northrop Grumman joint venture--formally launched the Coast Guard aviation upgrade with a contract for two EADS CASA 235-300M medium range surveillance maritime patrol aircraft.