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armoring

An ad hoc term used in some forms of Oriental massage for muscle tension of physical or emotional origin.
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Caption: Though some are unique, Ammo Armor covers are compatible with similarly profiled magazines.
Also, a little PMCS goes a long way toward making sure your vehicles slat armor will keep you safe.
The ARMOR X7 rugged compact tablet offers hand-held mobility at a weight of 2.8 lbs, with a seven-inch sunlight readable touch screen display.
The ARMOR resin ribbon range is made up of high technology products that are particularly recommended for synthetic label materials.
While AoA kits were fielded to address the immediate need for improved armor protection on the medium and heavy fleets, the Army's long-term armor strategy was underway in an effort to increase crew protection levels effectively, while eliminating the sacrifice made to vehicle performance.
* while not a requirement of many law enforcement agencies (41 percent do not require their officers to wear body armor), almost all agencies do provide fiscal support/resources to ensure their officers wear body armor; and
Such is the predicament the Army faces today: It needs to safeguard troops, but the weight of the armor is not coming down without reducing the protection.
The displays highlight BAE Systems' armor integration and survivability capabilities."We invest in the research and development of innovative armour solutions that address the latest threats faced by our customers in the governmental, defense and commercial sectors," said Tony Russell, president of BAE Systems' Security & Survivability Systems.
Chivalry and the Perfect Prince: Tournaments, Art, and Armor at the Spanish Habsburg Court.
His association of peace with rusty armor echoes many Shakespearean references and underscores the objects' status as fallen off from previous (military) standards.
The Institute for Defense and Government Advancement (IDGA) will sponsor the 3rd Annual Military Armor Protection Conference May 19-22, 2008, at The Westin Alexandria in Alexandria, Va.