materiel

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things needed for a task, journey, or other purpose

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In November last year, a proposal by an alliance of peace groups and centre-left political parties to ban the export of weapons and other war materiel was rejected.
The Allies were able to bring supplies to Murmansk through Arctic convoys, the vital war materiel they carried would then be shipped out via the Karelian railway line to the frontlines.
Soon, therefore, the Allies produced more war materiel than they lost in battle; from this time on, the situation on the ground turned in their favor, and they launched a counteroffensive.
In fact, without the use of three secret airbases in Pakistan and supply depots that provide 80 percent of the fuel and heavy war materiel for U.
The frigate Reuben James was one of the Navy ships escorting a convoy carrying war materiel to Great Britain that came under attack from a Nazi U-boat in the North Atlantic, she said.
Taylor Woodrow played its part in the war effort by collaborating on the construction of the famous Mulberry floating harbours that chan-nelled troops and war materiel into Normandy following D Day.
Awarded a War Assets Administration (WAA) contract for surplus war materiel stored at Pearl Harbor, he initially stayed at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel where pineapple juice flowed from the drinking fountains.
In mid-February, the Pililaau returned to Pearl Harbor, and FISC personnel and Naval Reservists once again loaded more than 1,900 pieces of war materiel belonging to the 25th Infantry Division; however, this time it was bound for Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
French war industries benefited little, as most war materiel was purchased from Britain and the United States.
The most worrying part about the war materiel for Peru is its technological advancement.
The job takes thousands of troops and tons of war materiel.
Armed Forces trains from shipping war materiel from the port to the base in Vicenza, adjacent to the Adriatic from which these armaments would be shipped to Turkey or the Persian Gulf.
Although the contributions of mechanics, civil engineers, and supply officers often went unnoticed, no combat sorties could have been flown without the support of the logistical tail that began at the war materiel production facilities and ended with the flight line support crews.