military research

military research

[′mil·i‚ter·ē ri′sərch]
(ordnance)
Investigation or experimentation to discover and interpret new facts or to analyze existing facts with the aim of applying new or revised conclusions, theories, or laws to areas of interest to the military services.
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Contract award: depot repair of military research vessel kl.
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In anopen letter from Evin Prison, Kokabee wrote in 2013 that his arrest followed his refusal to cooperate on a military research project.
While the scale of the current drills is bigger than in the past, it's a coincidence the annual exercises are being held at the same time, Beijing News reported yesterday, citing Zhang Junshe, a researcher at Navy Military Research Institute.
Although the ideas for curriculum design and lesson plans stem from military research and training, the book includes both military and non-military case studies.
military research satellite in Mongolia--a satellite which has displayed the apocalyptic vision of the eastern seaboard of the U.
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Aselsan, Turkey's military research and development enterprise, set aside $329 million for research and development projects last year.
The investigation takes him to a top secret military research base where the dangerous dogs storyline collides with genetic engineering.
Pankov said that the ministry plans at least four military research units of draft-age students by the yearend, two of which, made up of science students, took up their posts this week.
au, a government official said on CNN the attack on a military research facility was 'an act of war' that the government would not take lightly.

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