With more than 500 personnel deployed from Aviano, nearly every unit from the 31st Fighter Wing was represented in Bulgaria, including members of the 603rd Air Control Squadron who provided essential communications support.
What does ACS stand for?
ACS stands for Air Control Squadron
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 1344 other meanings of ACS in our Acronym Attic
- Air Campaign Simulator
- Air Capable Ship
- Air Cargo Security
- Air Cavalry Squadron
- Air Charter Services (various locations)
- Air Circulation System
- Air Combat Systems (Northrop Grumman Corp.)
- Air Commando Squadron
- Air Conditioning Service (various locations)
- Air Conditioning System
- Air Control Supervisor
- Air Crew Specialist
- Airborne Common Sensor (US DoD)
- Aircraft Combat Survivability
- Aircraft Component Services
- Aircraft Control Surveillance
- Aircraft Cross Servicing
- Aircraft Shelter
- Airfield Construction Squadron (Royal Australian Air Force)
- Airport Certification Specification (aviation)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Military personnel of VMFA(AW)-242, VMA-115, Marine Air Control Squadron (MACS) 4 Det.
722nd Air Control Squadron, North Bay, Canada 9th Air Force, Shaw AFB, S.
His military service included a tour as commander of Marine Air Control Squadron 24, at Quantico, Virginia, from 1972-1974.
Staff Sergeant Fremstad witnessed the accident while on his way to Camp Douglas, where he is assigned to the 128th Air Control Squadron.
966th Airborne Air Control Squadron 552 ACW Tinker AFB, Okla.
The ship brought two MH-60S Seahawks from the Dragon Whales of HSC-28 Detachment 4; Tactical Air Control Squadron (TACRON) 21; four utility landing craft from Assault Craft Unit 2; Beachmaster Unit 2; Amphibious Construction Battalion 2 (Seabees); and Fleet Surgical Team 2 to Galveston.