Unofficially referred to by some as liquid body armor, STF is made of equal parts polyethylene glycol (an inert, nontoxic thickening agent used in a variety of common products, including ice cream) and miniscule glass particles, said Eric Wetzel, who heads the STF project team in the Weapons and Materials Research Directorate of the U.
What does WMRD stand for?
WMRD stands for Weapons and Materials Research Directorate
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- West Midlands Regional Broadband Network (Advantage West Midlands project; West Midlands, England, UK)
- Waste Management and Research Center
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- West Midlands Rehabilitation Centre (UK)
- West Montreal Readaptation Centre (Quebec, Canada)
- Western Maryland Reef Club
- Westwood Motorcycle Racing Club (Canada)
- Windsor Modular Railroad Club (Canada)
- World Markets Research Centre (London, England)
- Women's Multicultural Resource and Counselling Centre (Canada)
- Workshop on the Management of Replicated Data
- West Midlands Rural Delivery Framework (England, UK)
- Waste Management, Removal and Deposit Plan
- West Midlands Rural Development Programme
- Wynnum Manly Regional Development Partnership (AU)
- Western Maryland Research and Education Center
- Wichita Medical Research and Education Foundation (Kansas)
- Waste Management Research and Education Institute
- Waste Minimisation and Recycling Fund (UK)
- Wellington Medical Research Foundation (New Zealand)
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Army Research Laboratory's (ARIAs) Weapons and Materials Research Directorate (WMRD) demonstrated that a barrel could be precisely shaped approximately three years prior to the time line origin.
Unofficially referred to by some as "liquid body armor," STF is made of equal parts polyethylene glycol--an inert, non-toxic thickening agent used in a variety of common products, like some ice creams--and miniscule glass particles, said Eric Wetzel, who heads the STF project team in the Weapons and Materials Research Directorate of the U.