The ALE-39 countermeasures dispensing system and its successor the ALE-47 are currently deployed on numerous fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft.
What does RWA stand for?
RWA stands for Rotary-Wing Aircraft
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- Military and Government
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We have 85 other meanings of RWA in our Acronym Attic
- Remote Worksite Allowance
- Resident Welfare Association (India)
- Return Without Action
- Richard Winn Academy (Winnsboro, SC)
- Right Wing America (politics)
- Right Wing Authoritarianism (psychology)
- Risk-Weighted Assets
- Road Warrior Athletics (Chicago, IL clothing store)
- Romance Writers of America
- Rook- en Warmteafvoer (Dutch: Smoke and Heat; extraction system)
- Rotating Wave Approximation
- Routing and Wavelength Assignment
- Royal West Academy (Montreal, Canada)
- Royal West of England Academy of Art (Bristol, England)
- Rush\Wright Associates (landscape architects)
- Routing and Wavelength Assignment in Networks with Sparse Wavelength Conversion
- Red Wing Arts Association (Minnesota)
- Ron Wright and Associates/Architects (Seattle, WA)
- Republican Women of Anne Arundel County (Maryland)
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Naval Aviation's peacetime and combat experience with the helicopter proved the versatility of rotary-wing aircraft.
However, the Marine Corps has seen the evolution of rotary-wing aircraft in the assault support role from the time it first evaluated Army WW II helicopters and encouraged the Bureau of Aeronautics' development of larger ones, to the similarly piston-engined ones of the Korean War and the turbine-powered helos of today.