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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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considered an autonomous weapon system, (51) as both are capable of
The Air Force Cyberspace Defense Analysis (CDA) weapon system conducts defensive cyberspace operations by monitoring, collecting, analyzing, and reporting on sensitive information released from friendly unclassified systems, such as computer networks, telephones, e-mail, and US Air Force websites.
While a combat advisor or a conventional unit will not have the time or resources to become an expert on a foreign weapon system, the recommended training will provide them with a minimum level of competency that will make them a more effective element in the COIN fight.
Since the first formal TCG to support the F-4 was created in 1976, the program has expanded to encompass a variety of major weapon systems.
The Aero-adaptive Aero-optic Beam Control (ABC) turret is the first turret ever to demonstrate a 360-degree field of regard for laser weapon systems on an aircraft flying near the speed of sound.
The PEO structure for the majority of procurement programs established a streamlined authority through the civilian leadership from the Service Acquisition Executive (SAE), the most senior service official for acquisitions of weapon systems, to each weapon system program manager.
A prime example is the monumental effort by several key members of the air defense branch in planning, coordinating, and executing the closure of a foreign military sales case relating to the Stinger missile weapon system.
Every military organization relies on DLA supply centers for components to support weapon system readiness, repair and maintenance requirements.
Contract notice: Q / l2al / fa145 / cb468 - aerial target for the "training shooting with the weapon system stinger (fliegerfaust flf 2)" in the kw 43 in 2015th
KIRKUK AIR BASE, Iraq -- A new weapon system in the Air Force arsenal takes airmen out of the gun turret and into the safety of a fully up-armored Humvee.
CH-53 Super Stallions of Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 461 have been equipped with a ramp-mounted weapon system (RMWS) to provide a 180-degree, rear-suppressive fire capability.

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