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Army Infantry as an armorer
artificer (responsible for the assembly and care of small arms in critical situations).
The unit armorer
should not be the individual charged to determine if weapons are clean.
Velchev further said that the prosecutor in question who made the probation deal with the Killers' armorer
had left the Prosecutor's Office 1.
The museum building, of course, started out in the 1840s as the Robbins & Lawrence company, a private armorer
While Der Waffenschmied von Worms (The Armorer
of Worms) (1846) is less well known than either Zar und Zimmermann or Der Wildschutz, this delightful Singspiel clearly reveals Lortzing's talents as a tune-smith and gifted orchestrator.
He was articled to and subsequently partner with Armorer
Donkin, past president of the Newcastle upon Tyne Law Society and the founding father of the Dees Thompson law firm.
received the Gloria Mitchell Aleong Award.
is among those waiting for the turnaround.
A catalogue published in conjunction with the Metropolitan Museum of Art's 1999 exhibition of Renaissance armor inspired by "the forms and ornament found in classical art," this work includes not only photographs from the exhibition, but also extensive background information regarding "Filippo Negroli of Milan, chiseler of arms in iron with leaves and figures," as Vasari termed this innovative armorer
To solve the case, players are shown a dazzling array of gizmos, including satellite imagery, sound detection devices and weaponry that would make James Bond's armorer
green with envy.
What did the armorer
do to adjust for these functions?
The Austin Police Department Armorer
will install the sights on Colt AR-15s.
The upper receivers will be installed on the current patrol rifle by the Massachusetts State Police Armorer
At the age of seventeen, he enlisted in the Army Air Force and served his country proudly stationed in Italy as an APL armorer