naval weaponry


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Noun1.naval weaponry - weaponry for warships
fire control system - naval weaponry consisting of a system for controlling the delivery of fire on a military target
missile defence system, missile defense system - naval weaponry providing a defense system
naval gun - naval weaponry consisting of a large gun carried on a warship
naval missile - naval weaponry consisting of a missile carried on a warship
arms, implements of war, munition, weaponry, weapons system - weapons considered collectively
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The company is also a leader in the construction of marine and non-marine equipment, for instance of marine diesel engines, auxiliary engines, electronic instruments, naval weaponry, and even of for instance tobacco threshing equipment and railway tank wagons.
Historical sources from approximately 3000 BCE onward make mention of an extraordinary list of lethal naval weaponry: bronze rams, grapnels, drags, arrows wrapped in burning sulfur, javelins, slings, darts, mangonels, catapults, and later "Greek fire," a napalm-like burning liquid shot from projectile tubes by the Byzantine navy to defend Constantinople from Arab ships.
The target strikes included sheds of drones used for terror purposes, a rocket manufacturing workshop, advanced naval weaponry, military compounds, training facilities, and a munitions manufacturing site.
As such, Kazakhstan, a landlocked nation, became the major supplier of naval weaponry for the Soviet Union.
In a separate incident, military chief of staff Mahmoud Hegazy viewed on Monday naval weaponry, security, and training during his visit to the Navy College, according to a statement from the Ministry of Defence.
On the other side of the narrow Gulf, Iran held a showing of its own military forces that included the elite Revolutionary Guard's ground forces and the (http://www.ibtimes.com/will-iran-go-war-tehran-launches-new-navy-missiles-message-peace-world-2499336) testing of advanced naval weaponry .

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