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- His first war appointment was to oversee the construction of armament factories and military installations.
- Much higher shares than this have been earned by traditional government suppliers in construction, transport materials, armaments and telecoms equipment.
- The development of some of the most vital weapons in our armament stems from open, unclassified fundamental scientific research abroad.
- The massive spending by all nations on armaments must be questioned.
- Soldiers guard the water and electricity works, armament factories, railway stations and post offices.
- American squadrons in France had to use British or French armament and equipment.
- Two thousand mostly female workers carry out a ten-hour night shift at an armaments factory dedicated to making tank parts.
- She assured the soldiers that they would be provided with the ‘most modern armaments, equipment and technology’.
- Once they were in close, they could deliver devastating fire from their cannon and rocket armament; only a few hits could bring down a heavy bomber.
- Today's forces, equipped with great technology and sophisticated armaments, are offensive forces.
- The treaty is an example of an agreement that sanctioned increases in armaments while limiting the forces that could be developed in the future.
- On the contrary, the continuation of military armaments in their present extent will with certainty lead to new catastrophes.
- That is likely to continue unless there is a general reduction of armaments in the area.
- What is more, it is now possible to make bioproducts that can target and destroy an enemy's armaments and food and water sources.
- Would you be happy knowing your cash could effectively be funding businesses that provide armaments for oppressive regimes?
- The build-up of armaments is part of the broadest repositioning of US forces worldwide since the end of the Korean War more than 50 years ago.
- At the same time, the Turkish military was systematically provided with armaments by the US and Western Europe.