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What does RAMICS stand for?
RAMICS stands for Rapid Airborne Mine Clearance System
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Regulatory Assistance Management Group (United Kingdom)
- Renfrewshire Association for Mental Health (UK)
- Resources of American Music History
- Research in Addictions and Mental Health Policy Services (article title)
- Raising Awareness of Mental Illness (now Raising Awareness of Mental Health Issues; Australia)
- Real Asset Management International (Boston, MA)
- Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Inspectability
- Risk-Adjusted Mortality Index (health care data)
- Rockford Area Music Industry (Rockford, IL)
- Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland (est. 1882; Dublin, Ireland)
- Rapid Access Management Information System
- Reliability & Maintainability Information System
- Remote Access Management Information System (NASA)
- Reserve Automated Medical Interim System
- Rate Aided Manually Implemented Tracking
- Rate-Aided Manually Initiated Tracking
- Rovaniemen Ammattikorkeakoulu (Finland)
- Row-Action Maximum Likelihood Algorithm
- Rapid Automated Modular Microscope (various organizations)
- Regional And Mesoscale Meteorology
Samples in periodicals archive:
The three mine neutralizers in development for the AMCM suite are the Airborne Mine Neutralization System (AMNS), the Rapid Airborne Mine Clearance System (RAMICS), and the Organic Airborne and Surface Influence System (OASIS).
The contract calls for the Century City-based company to produce a rapid airborne mine clearance system that protects the Navy's fleet from near-surface and floating mines.
The contract calls for Century City-based Northrop to produce a Rapid Airborne Mine Clearance System that protects the Navy's fleet from near-surface and floating mines.
A Rapid Airborne Mine Clearance System (RAMICS), which uses a Gatling gun for mine-clearing operations, is being prepared for risk-reduction tests, officials said.
They are the: -- Towed sonar with a mine identification system (AN/AQS-20A) -- Airborne Laser Mine Detection System (ALMDS) -- Airborne Mine Neutralization System (AMNS) -- Rapid Airborne Mine Clearance System (RAMICS) -- Organic Airborne and Surface Influence Sweep (OASIS) Key to the integration of the five systems are cockpit avionics changes and a common console developed by Lockheed Martin to permit the centralized operation of the organic mine countermeasures while also reducing operator workload, training and maintenance costs.
Rapid Airborne Mine Clearance System (RAMICS) RAMICS provides near-surface mine neutralization using a 20-30 mm Gatling gun system, which fires a specially designed projectile capable of penetrating the outer casing of a mine and destroying it.