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NORAD

[ nawr-ad ]
/ ˈnɔr æd /
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noun
a joint U.S.-Canadian air force command responsible for detecting aircraft and space vehicles deemed a threat to the continental airspace.
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Origin of NORAD

Nor(th American)A(ir)D(efence Command).
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