The Navy needs VTOL aircraft for counter-mine missions from the Littoral Combat Ship, anti-submarine warfare and airborne relay.
What does AR stand for?
AR stands for Airborne Relay
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 156 other meanings of AR in our Acronym Attic
- Agent Report
- Agent Requisitions
- Agonist Reversal (PNF technique)
- Air Reconnaissance
- Air Refueling
- Air Resistance
- Air Revitalization
- Air Rifle
- Air Route
- Airborne Reconnaissance
Samples in periodicals archive:
This describes a phased approach, starting with satellite communications, and transitioning to airborne relays.
Bill Weiss, vice president of Tactical Networks for General Dynamics C4 Systems, emphasized, "Implementing the airborne relay for WIN-T Increment 3 is a highly efficient and cost-effective approach to a complex problem that will pay great dividends for the warfighter.
Army as one of 2007's greatest inventions for its role in a unique airborne relay system that provides warfighters with long-range battlefield communications.
net), the developer of the innovative Airborne Relay Communications "ARC" System Core Technology for wireless voice and data communications, announced today that Raymond Magana has been appointed as the Company's new President and CEO, following William C.
This also successfully demonstrated the ability to relay communications between surface modules at distances greater than 200 nautical miles via an airborne relay.
net), the developer of the innovative Airborne Relay Communications "ARC" System Core Technology for wireless voice and data communications, announced today it has received orders for the Commercial and Military System models of its ROSETTA-911[TM] Interoperable Communications Systems for rapid response to critical emergencies and natural or man-made disasters.
XTAR's satellites support the full range of military, diplomatic and security communications requirements, offering "on-the-move" capability for mobile command posts, security and disaster response and small ships and airborne relay sensor data.