Line-of-Sight Antitank (LOSAT) Weapon System: A Joint U.
What does LOSAT stand for?
LOSAT stands for Line-Of-Sight Antitank
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Lake Ontario Steelhead Association (est. 2002)
- Lakshmi Old Students Association (India)
- Level of Service Agreement
- Line of Sight Attenuation
- Line Operations Safety Audit
- Longford Offshore Sailing Associates (UK)
- Lube Oil System Accumulator (Fluid Energy Controls, Inc.)
- Low Specific Activity Counter
- Low-Altitude Surface-To-Air Missile
- Length of Service Awards Program
- Labour-Only Sub Contractor (UK)
- Law of the Sea Convention
- Leyton Orient Supporters Club (UK)
- Lille Olymlpique Sporting Club
- Linear Output Saturated Counter
- Louisiana Office of State Climatology
- Los Angeles, California
- Lube Oil Storage & Conditioning Assembly
- Louisiana Oil Spill Coordinator's Office (est. 1991)
- Low Orbit Satellite Communications System
Samples in periodicals archive:
459 billion will fund purchase of 108 Patriot PAC3 air defense missiles, 786 multiple-launch rocket system rockets, 76 line-of-sight antitank (LOSAT) missiles, and 901 Javelin antitank missiles.
The effectiveness of KB weapons has already been demonstrated by the line-of-sight antitank (LOSAT) missile.
Lockheed Martin conducted a successful test of the transformational Line-of-Sight Antitank (LOSAT) Weapon System yesterday in which a Kinetic Energy Missile (KEM) was fired at short range at a moving target.
Lockheed Martin conducted a successful test of the transformational Line-of-Sight Antitank (LOSAT) Weapon System in which a Kinetic Energy Missile (KEM) was fired at a reinforced urban structure with devastating effect.
The Line-of-Sight Antitank (LOSAT) System, developed by Lockheed Martin , successfully completed Engineering Development Flight Test-1 (EDF-1) at White Sands Missile Range, N.
Army's Line-of-Sight Antitank (LOSAT) Weapon System, clearing the way for qualification tests of the motor later this year and production of 42 motors for missile flight qualification tests in 2002.
Annual sales increases were recorded for the B-2 bomber, Hummer vehicle and service parts, Army Tactical Missile System, Extended Range Interceptor missile, C-17 airlifter, and Boeing commercial aircraft programs, partially offset by sales declines for A-7 and support, MLRS, Line-of-Sight Antitank weapon and advanced missile programs.