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The report bases its rankings on the performance of countries with respect to "the level of crimes, suicide rates, the number of police forces, the number of detainees in the prisons, the prevalence of individual weapons, organized crime networks, political terrorism, the number of deaths as a result of internal conflicts, the level of political stability, military expenditure, relations with neighboring countries, and other relevant indicators.
military and our allies with safe, reliable and high-performing ammunition for everything from individual weapons to large-caliber tank rounds.
I-MILES TVS, the vehicular adaptation of Cubic s man-worn Individual Weapons System (IWS 2), equips HMMWVs and other tactical vehicles with lasers, sensors and electronics used during force-on-force combat training exercises.
The Al-Manar TV correspondent stated that individual weapons, hand grenades and two small explosive devices have been found inside the car, in addition to a variety of military equipment, amount of Syrian and Saudi currencies.
Shawn Lucas, the PEO Soldier program manager for individual weapons at Picatinny Arsenal, N.
Should we budget millions of dollars for an endless amount of testing on a new handgun, ensuring each individual weapon is fully tested, or can we assume some low risk and purchase these weapons without extensive testing?
In general, and for a long period in the history of piracy, pirates held the upper hand in terms of ships, vessel ordnance, and individual weapons.
Naturally, such weapons are merely limited to these members' individual weapons.