Awacs meaning

ā'wăks
A military surveillance system, carried by aircraft, that can track many other aircraft from a great distance.
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A system employing high-flying reconnaissance aircraft equipped with a special radar system that can detect and track approaching aircraft, missiles, etc.
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Origin of awacs

  • A(irborne) W(arning) A(nd) C(ontrol) S(ystem)
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition