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weapon

Vox populi A man-made or -modified artifice designed to kill or maim. See Biological weapon, Chemical weapon, Safe weapon, Special weapon.
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The good news is that today's technology enables more rigorous troubleshooting of both armament systems and associated optical guidance units of certain PGMs that operate using MIL-STD-1760 communications.
Al-Assar, given his experience in the armament field, was in charge, after the ouster of the Brotherhood in July 2013, of holding talks with Russia over strengthening relations in military cooperation after the postponement of US military aid.
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Advanced Armament corporation logo on both sides of the slide behind the rear cocking serrations
We will develop armaments appropriately in accordance with the needs of safeguarding state sovereignty and territorial integrity, as China will continue to take the path of peaceful development," said Lin.
These armaments have the potential to address future war-fighting concerns related to anti-access, area-denial and power projection through game-changing and disruptive technological innovation.
Major General Robert Ranquet was commissioned in 1974 as a lieutenant in the Armament Corps of the Defense Procurement Agency (DGA) of the French Ministry of Defense.
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Almost every post has a TACOM armament LAR who usually can answer these types of questions immediately.
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ANKARA, Apr 8, 2010 (TUR) -- Unions on both sides of the Aegean will get united to slow down armament so that funds allocated to armament can be spent on creating new jobs, education, health and social security.