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The AWACS Role: The AWACS is the world's standard for airborne early warning and control (AEW&C) systems.
The 767 AWACS uses combat-proven mission systems to fill the needs of both airborne surveillance and command and control (C2) functions for tactical and air defense forces.
This surveillance system includes a flexible, multi-mode radar, which enables AWACS to separate maritime and airborne targets from ground and sea clutter returns that limit other present-day radar.
Its radar has a 360-degree view of an area, and at operating altitudes it can detect targets more than 320 kilometers (200 miles) away. AWACS mission equipment can separate, manage and display these targets individually on situational displays.
The E-767 AWACS is credited as a key to the success of American and allied air forces being the Japanese Air Force one of its operators.