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countermeasures

[′kau̇nt·ər‚mezh·ərz]
(ordnance)
Devices and techniques intended to impair the operational effectiveness of enemy activity.

countermeasures

Measures meant to confuse or mislead enemy sensors, such as IR (infrared), radar, visual, laser, TV, etc.
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Analysis and implementation discussions help practitioners understand how to identify relevant safety factors, access and analyze crash data, establish goals, and select and implement countermeasures.
In response to perceived problems with Project BioShield countermeasure procurement, the 109th Congress created the Biodefense Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) and the position of Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response in the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) through the Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness Act (P.
Chemring produces countermeasures, and (below) an ejector seat as produced by the Energetics division
The countermeasures development process, shown in the accompanying chart, is a universal physical security system design process for military, commercial, and industrial sites.
Identifies common hazards and their countermeasures
Pulugurtha, associate professor and assistant director of the Center for Transportation Policy Studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, who was a project manager on the Las Vegas study, although the "results were generally encouraging, lack of time between different installations leaves some ambiguity of the effectiveness of each countermeasure.
million went to BARDA for countermeasure advanced development and $304
Levis, for his work in personally defining, leading, and managing programs in support of Laser Eye Protection and the Viper(TM) Laser, one of the primary components on the countermeasures system.
If you have a cracked mirror pane or a broken countermeasure set, make sure you fill out DA Form 2308-33-1 completely and turn it in with the set.
Receiving the largest funding increase was the Explosives Countermeasures Office, whose budget rose 123.
It was a broad and overreaching measure that restricted the ability of the council to examine project proposals,'' said Mayor Jeff Reinhardt, who hopes a ballot countermeasure would allow for the mall's development.
The one constant over time -- other than the wind -- is the dance macabre of weapon and countermeasure.