Definition Edit

The Defense automated warning system (DAWS) is

the only automated software package used within the U.S. Department of Defense Indications and Warning System to monitor, produce, and record I&W database message traffic. It automatically updates I&W matrix/status boards and historically files electronic messages by I&W report type, permitting rapid recovery of I&W data. DAWS also has an integrated message handling capability and a message generation template package.[1]

References Edit

  1. Intelligence Warning Terminology, at 13.