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About Stinger Stinger
-RMP (reprogrammable microprocessor) Blk 1, the current production version of Stinger
, has maintained a greater than 90 percent success rate in reliability and training tests against advanced threat targets.
Hamid Gul, who headed Pakistan's Inter Services Intelligence in the late 1980s, told Kyodo News of Japan that at least 16 Stingers
and several launchers were seized by Iran from a group of Afghan mujahideen while they were transiting the missiles through Iran in 1986.
One consideration is whether the next generation of Stinger
will be designed to hit both air and ground targets.
What few people realize is that the honeybee leaves its victim not only the stinger
and the venom sac, but also a chunk of its abdomen, a cluster of nerves, various muscles and, as the scientists politely describe it, the end of its digestive tract.
For anyone who gets stung by a bee, the researchers offer some commonsense advice: Forget about method-get the stinger
out as quickly as possible.
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The GT4 Stinger
is a throwback to days when driving a car was a visceral experience that wasn't muted by electronic gimmickry.
With Gigabit Ethernet and OC-12 bandwidth to the backbone and enhancements such as IP multicast, the new Stinger
solution enables high-speed video and data delivery over DSL for service providers.
Phones based on Stinger
will be able to send data at speeds as slow as 9.
Production of the basic Stinger
was followed in 1983 by the first of 500 Stinger
POST models, as a transition to the Stinger
RMP, of which 2500 have been produced since 1988.
missile has specifically demonstrated its ability to successfully engage rotary- and fixed-wing aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles during numerous test flights and in combat.