IRBM


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IRBM

abbr.
intermediate-range ballistic missile

IRBM

abbreviation for
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) intermediate range ballistic missile

IRBM

intermediate range ballistic missile.
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China does currently possess the nuclear-armed, liquid fueled DF-3/CSS-2 IRBM.
The weapons Reach (in miles) IRBM (SS-5, Skean) 2,800 MRBM (SS-4, Sandal) 1,200 I1-28 (Beagle) 750 SSM (Luna, FKR) 30-100 SA-2 25
cities hostage and built a number of IRBMs to threaten U.
Although France seemed willing to accept IRBM bases and a tactical weapons stockpile on its soil, it also seemed intent on obtaining an independent nuclear force.
Its appearance on the eve of the fiftieth anniversary of Thor IRBMs achieving operational status in the United Kingdom (UK) is altogether fitting.
The Symposium was opened by Tan Sri Hasmah Abdullah, CEO/Director-General of Inland Revenue, IRBM and was followed by welcome addresses from Dr.
Pyongyang rolled out its first IRBM in 2007 and is also believed to be
Incyte Corporation, IRBM Science Park SpA, Isis Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
The successful FTM-15 intercept demonstrates that the SM-3 IA, supported by a forward sensor and C2BMC architecture, can process forward cueing already, thus giving Monterey and other Aegis BMD ships on Phase I deployments an initial LoR capability to intercept an IRBM.
While the intended objective of IRBM is to attain sustainable development as endorsed in Dublin Principles, institutional challenges behind environmentally less sensitive society to manage natural resources of the river basin were remained unexplored.
It is important to note that part of the axial acceleration of the IRBM appears as a target maneuver to a pursuing interceptor, and the amount of required interceptor acceleration to engage the target is related to the magnitude of this apparent target maneuver.
The PLA's Force Structure, 1995 Missile ICBM 17 Forces IRBM 70+ Army SLBM 1 Navy Personnel 2,200,000 Air Force Tanks 10,000 Artillery 18,300 Personnel 260,000 Destroyers and Frigates 50 Submarines 52 Personnel 470,000 Fighters 4,400 Bombers 420 Source: The Military Balance 1995-1996, London: Oxford University Press, 1995, pp.