warning net


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warning net

[′wȯrn·iŋ ‚net]
(communications)
A communication system established for the purpose of disseminating warning information of enemy movement or action to all interested commands.
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A Chinese Air Force officer notified Chennault that "ten Japanese bombers crossed the Yunnan border at Laokay heading northwest." Chennault would have to wait for further updates from the warning net to map out the precise trajectory of the bombers.
He hadn't been able to hear anything further on the radio, and though there had been word from the warning net that Japanese bombers had crashed in the mountains, he needed to hear that verified by his men.
Unlike in the later furballs near Rangoon, Chennault's warning net was in full operation between Kunming and the Vietnamese border, with both Chinese and American radiomen on duty.