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a military unit consisting of armored fighting vehicles

tough more-or-less rigid protective covering of an animal or plant

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equip with armor

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For all the din of clashing blades and rattling armor, neither of the contestants had inflicted much damage, for the knight could neither force nor insinuate his point beyond the perfect guard of his unarmored foe, who, for his part, found difficulty in penetrating the other's armor.
Their way to Stutevill lay past the cottage of Father Claude, and here Norman of Torn stopped to don his armor.
A highlight of the exhibition will be the Tudor and Stuart royal armors.
Since 2001, the company has been working on a Smart Survivable Structure program to investigate and incorporate emerging technologies into hull structure designs that increase vehicle survivability, with an emphasis on developing lightweight nanomaterial armors, a miniature structure-integral electronic jammer and an adaptive visual layer.
MDT armors a variety of vehicles: SUV's such as the Toyota Land Cruiser, the Land Rover Defender and the GM Suburban; vans and buses - from an 8 passenger Ford Econoline to a 16 passenger Mercedes bus; ambulances and other specialty vehicles.
MDT armors a variety of vehicles: SUV's such as the Toyota Land Cruiser; the Land Rover Defender and the GM Suburban; vans and buses - from an 8 passenger Ford Econoline to a 16 passenger Mercedes bus; ambulances and other specialty vehicles.
MDT armors a variety of armored vehicles: SUV's such as the Toyota Land Cruiser, the Land Rover Defender and the GM Suburban; vans and buses - from an 8 passenger Ford Econoline to a 16 passenger Mercedes bus; ambulances and other specialty vehicles.
Armor Holdings Mobile Security, through its Commercial Products division, armors a variety of vehicles, including limousines, sedans, sport utility vehicles, and money transport vehicles, to protect against varying degrees of ballistic and blast threats.
Simula has also developed two additional armors for commercial markets.
As further evidence of potential synergies between military and civilian applications, Townsend cited recently announced licensing agreements with PPG Industries and Intercast Europe to commercialize Simula's family of patented impact-resistant transparent polymers for ophthalmic lenses and premium sport sun lenses; these same polymers, he noted, can provide significant improvements in the performance of transparent armors, whether utilized by themselves or in combination with other materials.
NEW YORK -- Arotech Corporation (NasdaqNM: ARTX) announced today that its MDT Armor vehicle-armoring subsidiary has received orders in the US for armored Land Rover Defenders valued at $1 million.