munitions industry

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Noun1.munitions industry - an industry that manufacturers weapons of warmunitions industry - an industry that manufacturers weapons of war
industry - the people or companies engaged in a particular kind of commercial enterprise; "each industry has its own trade publications"
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The munitions industry depended on the coal-fields across Britain, of which the South Wales coalfield was one of the biggest.
Senator Johnston said the decision will allow negotiations to be finalised on a program worth more than $350 million, ensuring Australia will continue to have an Indigenous munitions industry.
IT was March, 1918, a few months before the end of the First World War, and a group of journalists from British, American and Dominion newspapers visited Birmingham as it was the metropolis of the United Kingdom's munitions industry.
Another wartime picture of the munitions workers picture was taken, working in the vital and at times dangerous munitions industry.
The two other entities are the State Space Development Bureau and the Munitions Industry Department of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea.
The State Department said on Monday it was designating for sanctions three individuals tied to North Korea's nuclear activities: Pak To-Chun, who heads the agency that manages North Korea's weapons production and arms exports; Chu Kyu-Chang, who directs that agency, the Munitions Industry Department; and O Kuk-Ryol, who is vice chairman of the North Korean National Defense Commission.
The individuals were identified as Pak To-Chun, the head of US and European Union-designated Munitions Industry Department, Chu Kyu-Chang, who is a KWP Political Bureau (alternate) member and directs the Munitions Industry Department, and O Kuk-Ryol, who is a Vice Chairman of the North Korean National Defense Commission.
I ask myself, and the one answer I get is that the insidious use of propaganda by the National Rifle Association has spawned this mindless gun craze that skews minds and handsomely rewards the munitions industry.
in 1941 to supply the munitions industry as well as other acids, laboratory chemicals and alum for wastewater treatment.
Pak is believed to be in charge of the munitions industry.
And the only viable explanation I can find is that the Government are intent in providing an opportunity for their friends in the arms and munitions industry to rake in millions on the back of other people's misery.

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