CBW


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CBW

abbr.
chemical and biological warfare

CBW

abbreviation for
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) chemical or biological weapon

CBW

chemical and biological warfare.
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Nonstate actors may feel immune from a retaliatory response, while rogue states may believe that the benefits of using CBW outweigh the potential risks--especially if they can avoid attribution.
The CBW and missile nonproliferation controls form the basis of the EPCI.
Principal characters from |the CBW production of Oliver
Afghanistan was the centre of Al Qaeda's CBW efforts until the US-led invasion in October 2001 forced the network to disperse, and now Iraq seems to be the focal point with other work being conducted in Chechnya and the Waziristan region of northwest Pakistan where Bin Laden is reputed to be hiding.
CBW chairman Hugh Davies said, 'We are delighted to welcome someone of Geoff's calibre and experience.
The consequences of a CBW attack on one of these critical nodes can severely hinder, if not completely impede, military operations and put our national military strategy at risk if not properly addressed and resourced today.
It has been said that South Africa's CBW programme was "second in sophistication only to that of the Soviet Union".
Indeed, many other "pariah" nations possess large CBW stocks, including such aggressive states as Serbia, Libya and North Korea.
The CBW is seeking to contract for professional services with one or multiple firms/individuals for the development of the Shoemaker Bay Master Plan.
As well as several celebratory concerts during the year, CBW will also reprise their first ever production, Oliver, at the Forum, Northallerton in July.
High-speed robotics from CBW Automation, Fort Collins, Colo.
Consequently, the company's CBW is now sparingly used.