naval armament

naval armament

[′nā·vəl ′är·mə·mənt]
(ordnance)
The combat equipment used in naval ships and by naval aircraft.
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Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Jan 10 (ANI): A guard of the Defence Security Corps (DSC), deployed at Naval Armament Depot, committed suicide by shooting himself while on duty on Thursday.
John said: "As a police officer with the Ministry of Defence, most of my career was spent guarding Britain's nuclear deterrent at the Royal Naval Armament Depot, Coulport, near Helensburgh.
Veteran anti-nuclear campaigners Joan Meredith, 77, and Irene Willis, 62, of Southend, Essex, said they walked into Royal Naval Armament Depot Coulport on the Clyde just after midnight.
So in 1794, the House of Representatives and the Senate passed the 'Act to provide a Naval Armament'.
The Obama Administration is preparing to sell Saudi Arabia $60 billion worth of warplanes, which would be the largest arms sale in history, with possibly another $30 billion in naval armaments to follow that.
Convoys of warheads for controversial Trident missiles travel by road between the Atomic Weapons Establishment in Berkshire and the Royal Naval Armaments Depot at Coulport on Loch Long, north west of Glasgow.
For most of the war he worked in the naval armaments depot, which was sited in requisitioned premises on the west side of East Dock and was formerly a railway repair shop known as Number Nine Yard.

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