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arsenal

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a collection of resources

all the weapons and equipment that a country has

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a military structure where arms and ammunition and other military equipment are stored and training is given in the use of arms

a place where arms are manufactured

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All armories have different requirements and the software is capable of meeting or exceeding those requirements through a set of Administrative Tools that support Notification Lists, Escalation Paths, Rules and Targets, Classifications, SMTP Configuration, Screen Configurations and Unlimited Reporting on Screen and Hard copy.
The southern closures could occur at armories in De Queen, Helena-West Helena and Perryville.
The cleanups allow armories to be transferred to local governmental entities for reuse.
Whitford said a lot of the armories are older and have structural issues.
With the exception of Preventive Security's armory, the armories of all the various PA security forces, including the civil police, were opened to the terrorists to arm them.
75 acres on Screenland Avenue in Burbank - are getting old, officials said, and there's a national movement to consolidate smaller armories to provide better homeland security.
Unlike the armories of decades past, the new building is a model of energy efficiency and boasts the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification.
However, this year homeless people will be required to show a photo identification at shelters housed in California National Guard armories as security is bolstered in the wake of the Sept.
Nearly 700 members of the 2nd Battalion, 162nd Infantry, of the Oregon Army National Guard will make their way to their home armories from Fort Lewis, Wash.
In the last five years, the California National Guard has lost the leases on five armories in the Los Angeles Basin,'' McKeon wrote.
This project will serve as a national model for the adaptive re-use of antiquated and deteriorated but architecturally significant buildings - especially government buildings such as the nation's armories.
Despite their very unbeatnik-like image, so do National Guard armories.
While little more than a decade ago armories were approved by the state as temporary shelters, funding for them has dried up.
In 1993, lawmakers tailored a bill to fit the situation, voting to allow armories to be constructed on agricultural land if they were located within a half-mile of a community college.
A new report suggests that it's time to seek alternatives to the continued use of 26 California National Guard armories as temporary homeless shelters during the winter months.