weapon delivery

weapon delivery

[′wep·ən di‚liv·ə·rē]
(ordnance)
The total action required to locate the target, establish the necessary release conditions, and maintain guidance to the target if required; it includes the detection recognition and the acquisition of the target, and the weapon release and weapon guidance.
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Under the upgrade contract, Elbit Systems will supply the F-5 with cutting-edge systems, including Head-Up Displays (HUDs), an advanced cockpit, radars, weapon delivery and navigation systems, as well as DASH IV Head Mounted Systems.
forces to Camp Humphreys outside of Seoul, and the escalating threat posed by North Korea as it continues to make progress in developing a nuclear weapon delivery system that could reach the United States.
By having an integrated air-to-ground communication system, soldiers in vehicles and on foot are able to relay positions, real-time kill notifications and weapon delivery with unprecedented accuracy, Loy said.
A statement approved by all 15 members deplored the fact that the North's ballistic missile activities are contributing to its development of nuclear weapon delivery systems and increasing tensions.
The Luxembourg-based court in its ruling noted that in order to strengthen efforts to combat Iran's nuclear proliferation activities and the development of nuclear weapon delivery systems in Iran, the EU Council froze the funds of various Iranian financial entities, including Bank Mellat, from 2010 onwards.
And design he did: airplanes, space rockets, and weapon delivery systems.
Tejas has also successfully demonstrated weapon delivery capability during trials at Jamnagar and Jaisalmer, HAL officials said.
I'd like to ask her if she asked her Iranian hosts about the weapon delivery to the terror groups, and if she didn't ask, why not?
thousands of Russian servicemen at the territory of Armenia, cheap Russian weapon delivery to Armenia and an idea to have close and
The pod provides laser ranging and designation to support weapon delivery, navigational functions, and recording and data-linking of generated imagery and data.
At the same time, all five legally recognised nuclear weapon states, China, France, Russia, the UK and the US are either deploying new nuclear weapon delivery systems or have announced programmes to do so, it added.
The Security Council urged states to 'exercise vigilance' over the bank's activities abroad to avoid contributing to 'proliferation-sensitive nuclear activities, or to the development of nuclear weapon delivery systems.