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India says Pakistan would gain a strategic advantage if it buys the airborne early warning system craft.
That payment was for Boeing's work on the NATO airborne early warning system.
Airborne early warning systems:
The offer include Airborne early warning systems and C4ISTAR systems.
In 1991, the JDA requested funds to upgrade the airborne early warning system by procuring the E-3.
The Grumman Corporation and the Lockheed Corporation said they would market an airborne early warning system that could monitor 148,000 square miles of ocean surface.
Selected French airfields were earmarked and surveyed to serve as potential dispersion bases for NATO's airborne early warning system."
For a year, technicians from Israel Aircraft Industries have been outfitting a Chinese-owned Ilyushin-76 with its advanced Phalcon airborne early warning system.
Air C4I & Trainer Systems - This section is responsible for E-2C airborne early warning systems and related trainer programs, including:
He has written and edited several books on radar systems including Radar Reflectivity of Land and Sea and Airborne Early Warning System Concepts.
Several OTH radar systems were deployed starting in the 1950s and 60s as part of early warning radar systems, but these have generally been replaced by airborne early warning systems instead.
The Airborne Surveillance Platform (ASP) is an Indian defense project, initiated by the Defence Research and Development Organization, which aimed to produce an Airborne Early Warning System.
In June 2006, Pakistan finalized the purchase of six Saab 2000 turboprop aircraft to be equipped with the Saab-Ericsson ERIEYE Airborne Early Warning system.
Kuwait reportedly bought 24 Apache Longbow helicopters, while the United Arab Emirates has continued to take delivery of 80 F-16 Block 60 fighters, with plans to buy air tankers, missile defense batteries and airborne early warning systems.
A military version of the Lockheed Constellation, it was designed to serve as an airborne early warning system to supplement the Distant Early Warning Line, using two large radomes, a vertical dome above and a horizontal one below the fuselage.
VX-4 (Air Test and Evaluation Squadron 4) was established in 1950 at NAS Atlantic City as Air Development Squadron 4, primarily for the development of airborne early warning system (AWACS).
Boston Globe 9/22/81 The planes' mobility is a crucial feature, providing for the use of this sophisticated detection equipment whenever and wherever needed; AWACS can be deployed quickly into military conflict "regardless of intensity" according to Boeing, who claims AWACS are the "world's standard for airborne early warning systems."