acceptance trial


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acceptance trial

A trial carried out by nominated representatives of the eventual military users of the weapon or equipment to determine if the specified performance and characteristics have been met.
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By beginning our consumer acceptance trial with World Trade we are breaking new ground and making available a whole new way for their clients to fund their market accounts instantly.
The Mag Bride will complete all acceptance trials at SCT before entering operational service, and will be joined by sister ships, Mag Pearl, Al Hussein and Mag Excellence over the coming month.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The fate of a new Kalashnikov AK-12 assault rifle developed for the Russian army will be decided during the state acceptance trials due to begin in June 2013, Russia's largest firearms manufacturer Izhmash said.
In 2013 we plan to fire 11 ICBMs with the main aim being the life-extension of existing missile systems and state acceptance trials of future systems," Col.
Navy acceptance trials and will be delivered to the Navy this summer.
According to Ocutec, in initial patient acceptance trials, the "next generation of lenses" demonstrated superior oxygen permeability compared to existing hydrogel based lenses.
Arrow Medical's production planners handled all aspects of production build-up, from prototyping to limited market release, with transition to full market release as soon as Novamedix acceptance trials were successfully completed.
Even after the ship was commissioned, the DCs continue the training and preparations while the ship goes through acceptance trials and begins operations in the fleet.
Factory acceptance trials can also be completed in this new facility.
The Mendi will join her sister ships in undergoing a weapons and combat suite fit, followed by sea acceptance trials.
Preliminary acceptance trials took place last April at the Schuler plant in Hessdorf, Germany.
He was taking U556 out of the Blohm and Voss yard in Hamburg on one of its acceptance trials, when he crossed paths with another, somewhat larger, product of the same yard, the battleship Bismarck.