Army Corps of Engineers Huntington District NAVY * Program/Project: Torpedo Downloader System, Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division, Newport * Team: Sustainment Engineering Team Crane Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center * Organization: Airborne Electronic Warfare Division Crane Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center * Special: Dahlgren AEGIS Lean Events Team * Special: Ordnance Engineering Department-PM 10 Crane Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center AIR FORCE * Individual: Major Raul Parra, Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla.
What does AEW stand for?
AEW stands for Airborne Electronic Warfare
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We have 42 other meanings of AEW in our Acronym Attic
- American Environmental Values Survey (ecoAmerica; Washington, DC)
- Automated Eligibility Verification System (health coverage information)
- Alliance of European Voluntary Service Organisations
- Adult Education and Vocational Training Institute (Australia)
- Association Européenne des Voies Vertes (French: European Greenways Association; Belgium; est. 1997)
- Advanced Engineering West (Ontario, CA)
- African Easterly Wave
- Agr' Eau' Wat (Canadian agricultural consultant)
- Air Expeditionary Wing
- Airborne Early Warning
- All Elite Wrestling, LLC (est. (2019)
- Amckerns Explosion Wars (Half Life community)
- Army Electronic Warfare
- Asset Evaluation Worksheet
- Association of Electrical Wholesalers (Ireland)
- Attractive Eighties Women (band)
- Airborne Early Warning and Control (US DoD)
- Airborne Early Warning and Control System
- Airborne Early Warning & Electronic Warfare Systems (Northrop Grumman Corp.)
- Airborne Early Warning and Control
Samples in periodicals archive:
MARINE TACTICAL ELECTRONIC WARFARE SQUADRON (VMAQ) Flying the EA-6B Prowler, conducts airborne electronic warfare including electronic attack/protection/support to control the electromagnetic spectrum or to attack the enemy in support of Fleet Marine Force and joint operations.
Flight International provides airborne electronic warfare and electronic countermeasures support for training of aircrews and shipboard personnel, as well as for supporting research and development, training and evaluating programs conducted by government agencies such as NATO, the defense industry and the scientific community.