The company was established in 1988 to manufacture 1698 Armored Combat Vehicles (ACV
's) for the Turkish Armed Forces under a direct commercial contract (1st package ACV-15) with the Undersecretariat of Defense Industries (SSM).
In many industrialized countries, including Australia, whole-cell vaccine was replaced by the less reactogenic acellular vaccine (ACV
The West Manchester plant helped develop the first 16 prototypes of the ACV
in 2015, after BAE landed a $104 million contract with the Marine Corps.
So how have these advances manifested themselves in fielded ACVs
? What are their capabilities?
secreted from OA chondrocytes participate in atypical protein secretion, the information exchange between cells, and pathological calcification.
Both the Sair Inn at Linthwaite and the Rising Sun at Golcar are listed as ACVs
Low percentage of perfect agreement and high ACVs
(i.e., greater than the median ACV
of 7.6% reported by Campana (2001) for a variety of species) for age estimates between two readers also likely contributed to the variability in observed ages.
Not all of our priorities are "big-ticket" end-items such as amphibious shipping and ACVs
Once referred, we use a predictive index that combines past utilization based on asthma acute care visits (ACVs
), results of an administered asthma control test (ACT), and an environmental risk test to create a total asthma risk index.
(227) The centerpiece of the industry's efforts was to keep air-cushion vehicles (ACVs
) or hoverbarges--vehicles that ride "over wetlands and water with relative ease"--out of Louisiana from 1970 forward.
Of the competitors, three have teamed with foreign defense companies to pitch modified, off-the-shelf ACVs
: Lockheed Martin's Havoc is a version of Finnish company Patria's 8x8 armored modular vehicle, SAIC is proposing Singapore Technologies Kinetics' Terrex infantry carrier vehicle, and BAE Systems has partnered with Italian manufacturer Iveco to offer the Superav.