ALM

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ALMApplication Lifecycle Management
ALMAsset Liability Management
ALMAlarm
ALMAlmanac
ALMAmerican Limited Models (trains; Durango, CO)
ALMAdditive Layer Manufacturing
ALMArbeitsgemeinschaft der Landesmedienanstalten in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland
ALMAmerican Lawyer Media (New York, NY)
ALMAsset Liability Modeling (finance)
ALMAcer Launch Manager
ALMAcoustic Loaded Module
ALMAtm Layer Uni Manager
ALMAdobe License Manager
ALMAppware Loadable Module
ALMAutomatic Link Maintenance
ALMA La Mode
ALMArmy Learning Model (US Army)
ALMAmerican Leprosy Missions
ALMAdaptive Logic Module
ALMAppropriate Management Level (various organizations)
ALMAlarm Module
ALMMaster of Liberal Arts (degree)
ALMAudiolingual Method
ALMAdobe License Manager (software)
ALMAudio Level Meter
ALMAsynchronous Line Multiplexer
ALMAlamogordo, NM, USA (Airport Code)
ALMAdvanced Locality Management (India)
ALMAppWare Loadable Module (Novell NetWare)
ALMAssociation for Linen Management (Richmond, KY)
ALMAssociation of Lloyd's Members
ALMAntilliaanse Luchtvaart Maatschappij (Dutch Antillean Airlines)
ALMAssociazione Laicale Missionaria (Italian)
ALM[not an acronym] (formerly American Lawyer Media; integrated media company)
ALMAdvanced Load Management (Tarantella)
ALMAsynchronous Line Module
ALMAir-Launched Missile
ALMApplication Loadable Module
ALMAirlift Loading Model (USAF)
ALMAngry Little Man (gaming)
ALMAir Load Module
ALMAutomatic Link Management (radio technology)
ALMALM Airline, Netherlands Antilles (ICAO code)
ALMAccelerated Life Model (biology)
ALMACT Learning Manager
ALMAutomatic Local Mode
ALMAdult Learning Master's (degree)
ALMAsset Library Mechanism
ALMAlarm Local Mode
ALMAlarm List Manager
ALMAccessoires Levage Manutention (French hydraulic tool manufacturer; est. 1986)
ALMArkansas and Louisiana Missouri Railway Company
ALMAssociation pour la Lecture de Mediapart (French: Mediapart Reading Association)
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In the previous study of air-launched missile programs, the researchers used the delivery date of the first production missile to mark the end of development, due to wide variance in production rates associated with different types of missiles.
This marked the first time a major surface combatant had been destroyed by an air-launched missile. (Commercial ships and perhaps some smaller military patrol vessels were lost to such weapons in the Tanker Wars between Iran and Iraq in 1981 and 1984, and German radio-controlled glider bombs sank a British destroyer and an Italian battleship during World War II.)
The post Japan to acquire air-launched missiles able to strike N.
During its service life, the AGM-129A was one of two nuclear-capable air-launched missiles in use by the Air Force, but the only one with stealth characteristics.
The latest military and defense achievements made by Iranian experts were put on display at the parades, including the long-range Qadr F missile system with a range of 2,000km, Sejjil missile system with a range of 2,000km, Qadr H missile system with a range of 1,650km, Emad missile system with a range of 1,650km, Qassed smart bombs, Qaem, Nasr, Fakour 90 and a range of air-launched missiles, torpedoes, sea-based and coast-to-sea missiles.
"We are working on increasing our missiles' precision and want to make them impenetrable to electronic warfare and interception, " adding that long-range ballistic missiles with multiple reentry vehicle payloads have been domestically produced, saying, "we are after turning our ground-based missiles into air-launched missiles."
The other two legs of the nuclear arsenal are submarine-launched ballistic missiles and air-launched missiles and bombs.
Also scheduled for 2010, France will upgrade its air-based nuclear component with new Rafale aircraft armed with advanced ASMP-A nuclear-tipped, air-launched missiles. (6) Among the "nuclear modernizers," only the future of Great Britain's nuclear force is problematic, at least at this writing.
"Maritime forces need better anti-submarine weapons, and face a massive threat from submarine and air-launched missiles and also from mines; the most serious deficiency is in numbers.
"Maritime forces need better anti - submarine weapons and face a massive threat from submarine and air-launched missiles and also from mines.
Australia's current air-launched missiles have a range of approximately 65 miles.