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The JTT-R is an ultra-high-frequency receiver that provides near real-time, over the horizon threat data for situational awareness and assessment, threat avoidance, targeting, mission planning and communications.
The beliefs and behaviors of those who fear falling may be understood and examined in the context of threat avoidance logic.
Displaying superb crew coordination, the crew of Reddog 50 simultaneously completed all applicable checklists, calculated a new service ceiling that ensured ground-to-air threat avoidance, re-planned a near direct return to base routing to maximize mission considerations and coordinated with Air Traffic Control (ATC) to declare an emergency while never interrupting weapon system employment.
The Boeing NewGen Tanker will be controlled by the aircrew, which has unrestricted access to the full flight envelope for threat avoidance at any time, rather than allowing computer software to limit combat maneuverability.
NACTS tracks the aircraft position and actions that aircrews take during training exercises involving air combat maneuvering, weapons employment, electronic warfare and threat avoidance.
As part of CA's eTrust product line, we will now be able to deliver the benefits of our award-winning email security technology to an even broader audience -- while increasing its effectiveness as an integrated component of the comprehensive eTrust threat avoidance solution.
Harris Corporation's (NYSE:HRS) STAT(R) Security Threat Avoidance Technology network security products have been selected to help secure the Veterans Health Administration's (VHA) computers as part of an $8 million Hewlett-Packard initiative.
SolventView(TM) provides active threat avoidance and automated incident response.