Armour unit

Armour unit

[′är·mər ‚yü·nət]
(biology)
A unit for the standardization of adrenal cortical hormones and trypsin.
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At the request of state government of Himachal Pradesh, one MLH class of helicopter, piloted by Squadron Leader Vipul Gupta with Squadron Leader Dhiman as the co-pilot, was launched from the Mighty Armour unit of Western Air Command, based at Sarsawa for the rescue operation.
'When a mechanised armour unit pushes forward rapidly in the field, units with ammunition have to follow behind.
The project also included a 600-m-long rubble mound offshore breakwater with concrete armour units.
The project also included a 600m-long rubble mound offshore breakwater with concrete armour units.
Additionally, Besix worked on a 600m-long rubble mound offshore breakwater with concrete armour units for the project.
The UK's armed forces currently ship around five million armour units a year to labs around the world to be X-rayed for damage, at a cost of tens of thousands of pounds.
Our forces only intervened to help police and security forces to restore law and order," head of armour units of the SPLA's fifth division in Wau", Brigadier General Akoon Deng, told Sudan Tribune on Tuesday.
This included, for one, a reduction in the number of different sizes of concrete armour units (core-locs) that were to be used for the breakwaters from five to three.