and the NATO Airborne Ground Surveillance program from Melbourne, Fla.
What does AGS stand for?
AGS stands for Airborne Ground Surveillance (NATO)
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- Aegis Corporation
- Agency Grievance System
- Agency of Global Security
- Aggressive Growth Strategy
- Agricultural Support Systems Division
- Aguascalientes (Mexican state)
- Aicardi Goutières Syndrome
- Air Guard Station (US military)
- Airborne Gamma Spectroscopy
- Airborne Gravity System
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Visiongain provides forecasts for the period 2012-2022 in terms of value (US$) for the global Airborne ISR market, as well as for four submarkets (airborne early warning, airborne ground surveillance, maritime patrol, signals intelligence) and four segments (new and upgrades; manned and unmanned systems).
Demonstrating its commitment to trans-Atlantic cooperation, Northrop Grumman leads an industry team of European defence companies representing all 13 participating NATO nations to develop and produce an airborne ground surveillance core capability, which is missionized to NATO requirements and leverages national investments already made for the benefit of the entire alliance.
Dramatically enhancing the ability to defeat enemy land forces is possible if commanders are prepared to exploit unprecedented airborne ground surveillance and precision targeting technologies with joint effects-based operations (joint EBO).
Airborne Ground Surveillance (AGS) is leading market segment * Global airborne ISR market still backed by governments * Growing UAV use is impacting upon airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance LONDON -- The 2011 market for airborne ISR is worth over 17.
At the global level and for 20 leading national markets, Visiongain provides forecasts for the period 2011-2021 in terms of value (US$) for total sales, four key submarkets - airborne early warning (AEW), airborne ground surveillance (AGS), maritime patrol (MP), and signals intelligence (SIGINT).
Aug 3, 2009 The Boeing P-8A Poseidon (fuselage of a 737-800 and the wings of a 737-900) has secretly acquired a new role for the US Navy that will transform the maritime patrol aircraft into a rival of the US Air Force's Northrop Grumman E-8C JSTARS airborne ground surveillance system.
Demonstrating its commitment to transatlantic cooperation, Northrop Grumman leads an industry team of more than 25 companies representing all 15 participating nations to develop and produce the Alliance-owned and operated airborne ground surveillance core capability.