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Rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs) are a weapon of choice for the pirates, but even if they are disposed of in the sea they leave explosive residue that the dogs can identify.
The armed Fire Scouts will mark a new era in naval warfare told AFP arsenal, the Predator and the Reaper, which are unmanned planes that have become the weapon of choice in covert CIA, Northrop's vice president for tactical unmanned systems, said in a statement.
The attackers were helped by one policeman who now has fled with his gun," he told AFP, a district police chief was killed and three of his bodyguards were injured when their vehicle struck a roadside bomb -- the Taliban's cheaply-made weapon of choice.
Surprisingly, they were the weapon of choice for one infantry battalion commander on two of his raids as a means of effective fires with reduced collateral damage.
To call yourself the airman warfighter's weapon of choice is one thing, but it's quite another to go out and back it up.
``With the increasing concern over collateral damage, the GBU-38 has grown in demand as the weapon of choice for strike forces.
From Jerusalem to Jakarta and from Bali to Baghdad, the suicide bomber is clearly the weapon of choice for international terrorists.
Actress Uma Thurman Weapon of choice Traditional samurai sword Style Seventies-style yellow and black tracksuit, with added blood stains Background Shady assassin for the Divas murder squad left for dead by comrades but on mission of revenge.