ASW


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ASW

abbreviation for
(Military) antisubmarine warfare
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The scientists and innovators collectively developed ASW capabilities that reignited further competition between the submarine and the ASW operator.
Aircraft were well-engaged in World War I in most phases of wartime activities, including ASW, although certainly not as sophisticated as it developed by 1942 with all sorts of electronic gadgetry that blossomed during the Cold War.
As Distillery patrons conclude their tours and tastings, they'll find an array of local and regional wares to peruse and purchase at ASW Mercantile.
In the Pacific theater, Polmar and Whitman consider the often-overlooked ASW advances that the Japanese made during World War II.
The ASW steelworkers are entitled to 100% of their pensions.
This is a Government which, along with Labour, has stolen PS118bn from pensions similar to ASW.
ASW is North America's largest manufacturer of valve and commercial quality spring wire.
ASW was the brainchild of founder Erik Wachtmeister who once described the social network as an online Black Book of contacts.
With nearly 90 percent indigenisation content aimed to be achieved in the manufacturing of the ship, the efforts made by Indian Navy and Defence Shipyards towards the national goal of indigenisation and self-reliance got a major impetus with this latest ASW Corvette launch.
ASW pension trustees and their actuarial advisers, Mercer and Hymans Robertson, picked Wesleyan after a "beauty parade" of applicants for the business.
The NPS currently conducts three classes of EMBA at ASW Point Loma with a total of 44 students enrolled.
Historically, various communities within the Navy, such as surface ships, airplanes and submarines, have conducted their ASW training and operations independently of one another.