Under the three-year contract, Alion, which operates the center for the DoD, will help improve the management and use of information related to conventional and directed energy weapons systems technology.
What does DEWS stand for?
DEWS stands for Directed Energy Weapons System
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 5 other meanings of DEWS in our Acronym Attic
- Dew Point
- Directed Energy Weapon Power Integration
- Daily Extra Work Report (California Department of Transportation)
- Department of Employment and Workplace Relations (Australia)
- Department of the Environment and Water Resources (now Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts; Australia)
- Department of Workplace Relations (Australia)
- Department of Employment, Workplace Relations and Small Business (Australian Federal Government Department)
- Delivering Environmental Web Services (project; UK)
- Development Economic Western Switzerland
- Digital Electronic Warfare Suite (fighter aircraft system)
- Distant Early Warning Signs
- Drought Early Warning System
- Del E. Webb School of Construction
- Dimensional and Excessive Weight
- Distant Early Warning Identification Zone
- Day, Evening, Weekend Youth Program (New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada)
- Data Exchange Corporation (Camarillo, California)
- Deaf Ex-Mainstreamers Group Ltd (UK)
- Deconvolution of Exchange (Data)
- Decrement Index Register (programming)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Non-Lethal Directed Energy Weapons Systems, such as the Vehicle Mounted Active Denial System (VMADS), which will be capable of stopping people and machinery, as well as interrupting or remotely triggering improvised explosive devices and land mines.
Under the three-year contract, Alion, which operates WSTIAC for the DoD, will help improve the management and use of information related to conventional and directed energy weapons systems technology.