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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A: During the Industrial Revolution, in the last half of the 19th century, the munitions industry transitioned from using blackpowder to early smokeless propellants with substantially greater energy.
In a long and arduous process of reverse engineering, Iran's munitions industry copied some of the components of the CIA's most secret stealth drone, the RQ-170 Sentinel, after it was intercepted and captured over Iran in December 2011.
Women's roles during the war included working in the munitions industry, tram and bus conductors, firefighters, postal workers, police officers, footballers, railway workers and fundraising.
He started his career as a civilian aeronautics technician, but now wears the uniform of a military general at the Munitions Industry Department, according to experts and the South Korean government.
The photograph in question was hanging on a wall of an undisclosed venue where Pyongyang's arms and munitions industry conference was being held.
Ri Hong-sop, head of North Korea's nuclear weapons institute, and Hong Sung-mu, deputy director of the munitions industry department attended the celebration.
Kim Jong-sik holds North Korea's highest honour, the Order of Kim Jong-il, and is a top figure in the munitions industry department.
The company was founded in 2016 with a vision to change, innovate and invigorate the complacent munitions industry.
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.

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