Global aerospace and defence solutions company, ITT Exelis, has signed a memorandum with Eads North America and Cassidian, to provide enhanced electronic warfare solutions, particularly in the area of aircraft survivability equipment.
What does ASE stand for?
ASE stands for Aircraft Survivability Equipment
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- Military and Government
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We have 328 other meanings of ASE in our Acronym Attic
- Agence Spatiale Européenne (French: European Space Agency; est. 1975)
- Agenzia per Soluzioni Elettroniche (Italian: Agency for Electronic Solutions)
- Agenzia Spaziale Europea (European Space Agency)
- Aide Sociale à l'Enfance (French: Child Welfare)
- Air Interface Speech Equivalent (wireless communication)
- Air Sea Experiment
- Air Support Element
- Airborne Search Equipment
- Airborne Support Environment
- Airborne Support Equipment
Samples in periodicals archive:
Under the premise that aircraft protection systems are a commodity that should be centrally developed to provide economic and operational advantages, PMA272 manages most of the Navy's aircraft survivability equipment (ASE).
3 million in savings while meeting a significant workload increase on a critical Aircraft Survivability Equipment system.
FARNBOROUGH, England -- ITT Exelis (NYSE: XLS), EADS North America and Cassidian, the defense and security division of EADS, will work together to provide enhanced electronic warfare solutions, particularly in the area of aircraft survivability equipment.
Army; Colonel John Leaphart, project manager - Aircraft Survivability Equipment (ASE), U.
The Aircraft Survivability Equipment Division at Tobyhanna is the lead shop for the repair of the stab amp.
Compared to their Navy counterparts, the MEU's CH-46Es carry more fuel and are outfitted with aircraft survivability equipment such as infrared countermeasures and chaff and flare dispensers to help them survive in a hostile zone.
The Chinook crew used multi-mode radar to find a way through mountains in zero visibility, refueled at low altitude from an Air Force MC-130P tanker and exercised aircraft survivability equipment to counter an apparent air defense threat.