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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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Netherlands TNO will present Research and Development for Greater Beyond Line of Sight Firepower Capabilities
Among the indicators for the rankings are: Manpower Airpower Land Strength, including main battle tanks, light tanks and tank destroyers Naval Strength Natural resources Logistics Finance Geography In the 2019 Global Firepower review list, America takes the top spot, followed by Russia and then China.
Top 24 in Global Firepower's 2018 Military Strength Ranking:
A large number of senior Army and Air Force officers witnessed the firepower display.
The exercise marked culmination of a process aimed at integrating all available firepower assets/sensors held with both the army and Pakistan Air Force through an optimised near real-time Sensor Shooter Grid in a Network Assisted Environment.
The Global Firepower ranking relies on over 55 individual factors to determine a given nation's PowerIndex score.
Army's intent to replace the M1 Thompson, the Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR), the M1 Garand and the M1 Carbine with the M14 rifle and M60 machine gun to guarantee American soldiers such firepower superiority.
Ayr United boss Ian McCall hailed his side's firepower after they ran riot against bottom of the league Forfar Athletic.
"We've always had a strong offence and we always will, we have a lot of firepower," Martin admitted.
The website Global Firepower has rated the armed forces of 127 of the world's nations and ranks Iran's just 20111 in might.
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Assad acknowledged the key role played by Russian airstrikes, saying: "What made the difference, of course, was firepower. They have firepower we don't have".