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There is no safety and security committee in the GPYW, there is no commitment to implement the civil defense conditions and the FIFA security measures are not met.
These planes are used as part of a mobile aerial weapon in an integrated air defense network, given the specific defense conditions and techniques and tactics in battlefield," Farmahini stated.
This massive equipment changeover was intended to provide optimal defense conditions for air defense Soldiers.
The papers detail the costs and consequences of bioterrorist and nuclear attacks under current and near future improved defense conditions, estimating the potential costs for an attack on a major seaport in the range of hundreds of billions to trillions of dollars.
Our target this year, subject to continued defense conditions, is for our new orders to exceed $15 - $17 million.