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 Übersetzung für 'BMEWS' von Englisch nach Deutsch
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Ballistic Missile Early Warning System <BMEWS>
Frühwarnsystem {n} für ballistische Flugkörper
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The success of the FPS-17 technology led directly to the development of the larger and more powerful Ballistic Missile Warning System (BMEWS).
  • To provide an indication of such a missile attack, the UK arranged to have a US BMEWS radar sited in England.
  • ADC's BMEWS Central Computer and Display Facility was built as an austere network center (instead of for coordinating anti-ICBM fire) which "at midnight on 30 September I960…achieved initial operational capability" (IOC).
  • The Ballistic Missile Early Warning System (BMEWS), which was completed in 1963 after five years of intensive effort provided a capability of detecting missiles in flight, deep in the Soviet Union or in other similarly distant territory.
  • Both were part of the Ballistic Missile Early Warning System (BMEWS).

  • From the early 1960s, initial detection of attack would be provided primarily by the RAF BMEWS station at Fylingdales in North Yorkshire.
  • The base was also used during the early 1960s as a BMEWS early warning radar site, as well as a missile tracking site on the U.S. Air Force Eastern Test Range.
  • The system was found in a number of 1950s and 60's era radars, notably the US's AN/FPS-50 radar used in the BMEWS network, and the High Speed Aerial of the UK's RX12874 Passive Detection System.
  • In 1968, Ent's 9th Division HQ had a Spacetrack/BMEWS Maintenance Section.
  • Thule's BMEWS radars were deactivated in June 1987.

  • Site 46 also had to close to make way for the new BMEWS Phased Array Radar at RAF Fylingdales.
  • for the BMEWS systems.
  • To accomplish its mission, the squadron operates the solid-state phased-array radar located at the Ballistic Missile Early Warning System (BMEWS), Site I.
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