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CBW

abbr.
chemical and biological warfare
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DOD must also be concerned about a wide range of CBW uses, including attacks against military facilities at home and abroad, and against U.
Details are scant, but he has been linked to at least three CBW plots in Europe since 2001, involving either Zarqawi or Salafist cells from Algeria.
The United States has renounced its offensive CBW retaliatory capability.
Questioned about a 1998 newspaper report which referred to his activities in Iraq, Basson said he went to a CBW facility in Felluja (Iraq) in 1986/87 with German and Swiss intelligence agents "as an observer".
Yes, there is a clear and present need to ensure that all the countries of the world sign up to the international agreement banning the use and manufacture of CBW - the Chemical Weapons Convention.
Duelfer noted that the insurgents' efforts to produce rudimentary CBW capabilities caused great alarm in the coalition because the group had been able to recruit scientists and to fund their efforts.
But the CBW have now given clubs more time to discuss the issue.
The CBW is seeking to contract for professional services with one or multiple firms/individuals to provide the land assessment and evaluation required prior to investing public dollars into the purchase and site development of the property.
I have been a member of CBW since I was nine and really love it but I am looking forward to performing with a completely different cast, in a theatre where I have not played in before, and making lots of new friends," said Caitlin.
CBW has built automation for IML molds with tip to 24 cavities, both single-face and stack molds, for up to 800-ton presses.
The Team has a true passion for what they do each day and to be recognized at the CBW Corporate level is a great testament of the Team's dedication to supporting the CBW standards and mission to be the Premiere Brand in our business.