PM CCS also manages a variety of non-lethal munitions in 40mm and 12 gauge families that are designed to act as warning or deterrent munitions.
What does NLM stand for?
NLM stands for Non-Lethal Munitions
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- New Light of Myanmar (est. 1914; publication)
- New Liturgical Movement
- Nippon Light Metal Co., Ltd. (Japan)
- No Limit Motorsport (Medford, NY)
- Nobody Loves Me
- Nokia LogoManager Format
- Non Life Master (game of bridge)
- Norsk Luthersk Misjonssamband (Norwegian: Norwegian Lutheran Mission; Oslo, Norway)
- Number of Local Methods
- National Library of Medicine Specialized Information Services
- National Library of Medicine/National Science Foundation
- National Labor Management Association
- National Labour Market Authority (Denmark)
- National Land Management Authority (Laos)
- Natural Learning Montessori Academy (Dublin, OH)
- NeatLittleMacApps (podcast)
- Newfoundland and Labrador Medical Association (Canada)
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Bir is a noted speaker and lecturer on the topic of non-lethal munitions and blunt trauma.
Intelligent Munitions System The Intelligent Munitions System (IMS) is an unattended system providing both offensive and defensive capabilities using both lethal and non-lethal munitions.
Engagements in Kosovo and OIF have validated the investment in commercial-off-the-shelf 12 gauge non-lethal munitions for point and area application, as well as non-lethal munitions adapted to the 40 mm M203 grenade launcher," said Barbour.
Possible manned and unmanned missions for such a vehicle include reconnaissance, communications and data relay, logistics re-supply, urban operations and delivery of both lethal and non-lethal munitions.
Training includes communications skills, crowd dynamics, unarmed self-defense, riot-control tactics and non-lethal munitions deployment.
military forces in humanitarian and peacekeeping missions around the world has fueled the demand for non-lethal munitions in recent years.