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armament

[′är·mə·mənt]
(ordnance)
The weapons of an airplane, tank, ship, or the like or of a unit or organized force.
(Often plural) War equipment, weapons, and supplies.
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Bertrand Le Meur is a General Armaments Engineer (Ingenieur General de l Armement) and a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Techniques Avancees.
The Small Arms, Gun and Missile Systems, and Non-Traditional Committees conduct an annual Joint Armaments Conference.
4, 2010 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- General Dynamics Armament and Technical Products has been awarded a $9.
Air Force efforts to build partnerships through military-to-military contacts, operator-to-operator talks, security assistance, armaments cooperation, technology transfer, and personnel exchange programs establish personal and institutional relationships.
Equipping the United States and its allies with sophisticated weaponry, the Air Force Materiel Command's Air Armament Center is responsible for developing, acquiring, testing, deploying, and sustaining all air-delivered weapons.
Stage III further provided that the "manufacture of armaments would be prohibited except for those of agreed types and quantities to be used by the U.
In 1944, 65 percent of its entire workforce was foreign, significantly more than the average of 30 percent in the armaments sector overall.
The wire-fraud charge stems from statements Coy is suspected of making to his employer on the telephone and has nothing to do with the armaments, which the Air Force said were not explosive and posed no risk to the public.
coalition, he persists in trying to obtain armaments in order to reemerge as a dominant Arab leader.
BAE Systems today announces the appointment of Bob Murphy as President of BAE Systems Land & Armaments.
Organizing European cooperation; the case of armaments.
International armaments cooperation is an acknowledged component of the Department of Defense's (DoD's) acquisition strategy.

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