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What does ABLE stand for?

ABLE stands for Airborne Law Enforcement (Police Air Support Unit)


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Thanks to the AW109 Power's outstanding features, the Bulgarian border police will be able to enhance airborne law enforcement capabilities in the country.
The danger this threat represents increases substantially when civil and private aircraft, commercial cargo carriers, and airborne law enforcement entities become the targets of these laser illuminations.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] RELATED ARTICLE: Target Sets Law Enforcement * Personnel (line officers, specialized units, supervisors) * Materiel (police cars, helicopters, fixed-wing aircraft, equipment) * Infrastructure (buildings, communication systems) Civil Aviation * Personnel (pilots, flight crews, passengers, maintenance staff, rescue workers) * Materiel (aircraft, fuel trucks, equipment) * Infrastructure (terminals, control towers, radar, communication systems) RELATED ARTICLE: Airborne Law Enforcement Laser Illumination At about 10 p.
July 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Cineflex, LLC, an engineering, design and manufacturing company specializing in motion control camera systems, will debut its groundbreaking Cineflex V14 Magnum LE at the Airborne Law Enforcement Association (ALEA) Annual Conference and Exhibition, July 20-23 in Reno, Nevada.
Most recently, he commanded the department's air support division, which the LAPD describes as the nation's largest municipal airborne law enforcement operation, with some 90 officers, 15 helicopters and one fixed-wing aircraft.
Counter insurgency, pipeline protection, border patrol, ports and harbor security, airborne law enforcement and protection of key facilities can greatly benefit from the ability of the airship to remain on station for extended periods of time.