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DEGermany (Deutschland; Internet top level domain)
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DEDirected Energy
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DEDetonation
DEThis is / From (Amateur Radio logging abbreviation)
DEDrive End
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DEDiplôme d'Etat (French: state diploma)
DEDail Eireann (Irish National Parliament)
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DEDomain Engineering
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DEDestruction Efficiency
DEData Encoder
DEDictation Equipment
DEDevice End
DEDefense Enterprise (GIG)
DEDivisional Engineer
DEDeep Etch
DEDiscard Eligibility (ATM)
DEDarkness Eternal (website)
DEDiethylene Glycol Monoethyl Ether
DEDynamics Explorer
DEDevelopment Ephemeris (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
DEdegree of esterification
DEDesignated Examiner
DEDevelopment Estimate
DEDiscipline Engineer
DEDigital Exploitation
DEDecision Element
DEDesignated Engineer
DEDigital Enclosure
DEDisplay Entity
DEIndividual Drift Error (US DoD)
DEDamage Expectancy
DEDoppler Extractor (US NASA)
DEDraconian Empire (gaming)
DEDissemination Element
DECondor Flugdienst GmbH, Germany (IATA airline code)
DEDivisions Exercise
DEDivision/District Engineer (Army Corps of Engineers)
DEDisposable Excess
DEDrums Equivalent
DETotal Drift error
DEDeployment Echelon
DEAssault Personnel Destroyer
DEDCS/Engineering & Services
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Griffin confirmed his support for directed energy weapons and said he would give it higher priority at the Pentagon.
A directed energy weapon could also be mounted on an MH-60 Black Hawk, he noted.
Our conservative data tells us a shot of directed energy costs under $1," Klunder said.
Directed Energy is poised to change the military landscape as we know it said, Walter J.
We should expect nothing less from Beason, whose work in the trenches of directed energy has given him firsthand knowledge of those who struggled to make it a reality.
9 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity task order contract to develop techniques and approaches for High Power Microwave (HPM) components and systems, as well as other directed energy systems.
According to executives of both companies, the agreement recognizes that laser systems are becoming operationally feasible and that Directed Energy provides the Army with revolutionary systems and solutions for defense against rockets, artillery, mortars and unmanned aerial vehicles, among other potential threats.
After initial preforming, additional sections of precut reinforcement can be attached to portions of the preform outside the press by robotic application of a "chemical stitching" process using directed energy as before.
D3I task orders will provide for rapid development and integration of space, missile defense, cyber, directed energy and related technologies to support the mission of SMDC/ARSTRAT and the warfighter.
A directed energy weapon--similar, in some ways, to his own 1934 invention "Teleforce"--was proved to be operationally effective on board a Navy ship for the first time.
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