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firepower

[′fīr‚pau̇·ər]
(ordnance)
The capability to deliver fire.
The fire itself, or the quantity or effectiveness of fire delivered.
Any explosive or missile that wreaks damage upon the target against which it is directed; for example, guns or rockets, or aircraft units and so forth armed with guns or rockets.
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According to Global Firepower, South Sudan has an active arms stockpile of 110 battle tanks, 250 armoured fighting vehicles, 25 self-propelled guns, 25 towed artillery, 15 multi-launch rocket system, 9 helicopters and 210,000 active soldiers.
Dabboussi further highlighted that the Cisco Firepower NGFW acts as a unifying platform, integrating Cisco and third-party security solutions for increased correlation and context.
We are excited to be a part of Cisco's next generation security platform - the Firepower 9300 appliance," says Mr Nikhil Taneja, Country Manager and Regional Director, India and SAARC.
Uzbekistan, as other Former Soviet countries, still relies on the Soviet technology, according to the authors of Global Firepower.
Global Firepower etudie les armees conventionnelles a travers le monde et etablit chaque annee un classement international des armees les plus puissantes, de pas moins de 106 pays repartis a travers tous les continents.
To have someone of that stature and quality back in your group gives you great firepower," said Rodgers.
The Firepower network-based platform is designed to provide
One can only hope that we will not reach a point where such firepower is drawn into an internal conflict.
More recently he appeared on the Time Team TV special covering the Wars of the Roses, when he demonstrated the positioning of the rival parties and use of firepower.
Sourcefire announced today it has strengthened and expanded its FirePOWER appliance family, providing users with the unmatched ability to protect against sophisticated malware, advanced persistent threats (APTs) and targeted attacks.
Mark Lawrenson has made the claim that Liverpool won't be made into a Champions League side if they purchase Clint Dempsey on deadline day, with the former Red insisting they need even more firepower up front if they hope to get in contention for the top four.