armament


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Today's armed UASs require armament support for a range of weapons systems including JDAM, GBU-12 Enhanced Paveway II, AIM-9 Sidewinder and AGM-114 Hellfire.
Lin added that China's updating and development of its armaments is in line with national needs and interests as well as in conformity with international practice.
We are looking for technology to revolutionize the way people think about and use armaments.
before joining the French Embassy as deputy armament attache, becoming armament attache in October 1996.
The GSEE made a call on both Turkey and Greece to end the armament immediately.
If all countries were members of a World Government the armament barons would be put out of business and the money normally squandered on arms could be put to better use, such as improving world health and combating global warming.
Quick reaction capability (QRC) programs such as the massive ordnance air burst (MOAB) have generated substantial headlines, which would lead one to believe that only the briefest of planning horizons is necessary for the development of modern armament.
Thirty-two percent of Liberal Democratic Party candidates for the July 29 upper house election think Japan should study nuclear armament, a Mainichi Shimbun poll showed Monday.
Headquartered at Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey, the JM&L LCMC integrates the Armament Research, Development, and Engineering Center at Picatinny; the PEO for Ammunition, also at Picatinny; and the Joint Munitions Command at Rock Island Arsenal, Illinois.
These pillars rest on the foundation provided by security cooperation tools such as basing and access agreements, exercises, cooperative armament development, FMS, and international affairs people like our attaches, regional affairs specialists and pol-mil strategists.
Sergeant Gilley ensured Armament Flight and Rapid Response team personnel were dispatched to the scene.
DynCorp Technical Services, Fort Worth, Texas, is being awarded a $7,931,134 contract to provide for aircraft maintenance, munitions, and equipment support, and Air Armament Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence Systems testing from 18 November 2002 through 17 November 2003, in support of Air Armament Center, Eglin Air Force Base, Fla.
Taylor similarly gave the Nazis credit for creating widespread prosperity, concluding, "The Nazi secret was not armament production; it was freedom from the then orthodox principles of economics.
Further, Sadowski indicates that Middle Eastern nations, owing to declining oil prices, government economic mismanagement, and mounting civil demands for arms control, can no longer afford lavish armament purchases.
The basic IAS missions are: * maintenance of airplanes, helicopters, gliders, aircraft engines, armament and equipment in serviceable and combat-ready condition * technically correct use of aviation equipment * supervision of the technical training of flying personnel and of the engineer-technical staff.