CWS

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CWSCollege World Series
CWSChicago White Sox
CWSChurch World Service
CWSChild Welfare Services
CWSCanadian Wildlife Service
CWSCommunity Water System (EPA)
CWSCertified Wound Specialist
CWSCold Water Supply
CWSCollision Warning System
CWSClean Water Service (various organizations)
CWSCold Water Soluble
CWSCentre for Women's Studies (various locations)
CWSCollege Work Study (universities)
CWSCirculating Water System
CWSChilled Water System
CWSClean Water Services (various organizations)
CWSChrome Web Store (computing)
CWSCitrix Wan Scaler
CWSCool Web Search
CWSClustered Web Server
CWSCombustion Workspace
CWSChemical Warfare Service
CWSCooling Water System
CWSCooling Water Supply
CWSCooperative Wholesale Society (UK)
CWSChilled Water Supply
CWSCertified Wealth Strategist
CWSDivision of Child Welfare Services
CWSCertified Water Specialist (National Water Quality Association)
CWSChicago Waldorf School (Chicago, IL)
CWSCompressed Work Schedule
CWSCool Web Search (spyware)
CWSControl and Warning System
CWSCotton Wool Spot (optometry)
CWSChicks with Sticks (female hockey players)
CWSCommon Weapon Sight
CWSCanada-Wide Standard
CWSCommunity Work Service (criminal justice)
CWSCollaborative Web Search
CWSClackamas Women's Services (Oregon)
CWSChristian World Service (New Zealand)
CWSCommander's Weapon Station
CWSCoupling Wave Solutions (France)
CWSCatholic Welfare Services
CWSChallenging White Supremacy (Workshop; San Francisco, CA)
CWSControl Wheel Steering (aviation)
CWSChina Water Show (Shanghai, China)
CWSCertified Waterproofing Specialist (National Association of Waterproofing and Structural Repair Contractors)
CWSComputer Web Services
CWSChristian Web Site
CWSCarolina Wiring Service (Columbia, SC)
CWSChemical Warning System
CWSCheck Writing System (various companies)
CWSCentronics Web Systems
CWSChild Work Space (programming)
CWSConverse with Scholars
CWSCaution and Warning System
CWSColorado Watercolor Society
CWSCanadian Wine Scholar (certification)
CWSChicago Wedding Services (Oak Forest, IL)
CWSCenter for Wilderness Safety (Sterling, VA)
CWSCommunity Wildlife Service (Kenya)
CWSCommand Work Station
CWSChesapeake Wildlife Sanctuary
CWSContainer Weapon System
CWSComputers with Solutions
CWSCandle Welfare Society
CWSCorrection Worksheet
CWSCombat Weather System
CWSCaution and Warning Status (NASA)
CWSCopper Wire Screen
CWSClearwater Systems LLC (Essex, CT)
CWSCollateral Workstation
CWSCar Wrapping School (France)
CWSCounseling and Wellness Service (various schools)
CWSCold Water Shaving
CWSCondensed Work Schedule
CWSCrash Worthy Seat
CWSContainment Water Storage
CWSCharles Wesley Singers
CWSContract Work Statement
CWSContinental Wage Schedule
CWSCapital Winds Symphony (metropolitan Washington, DC)
CWSCarrollton Wind Symphony (Carrollton, TX)
CWSCustom Wheel Solutions LLC (Greensboro, GA)
CWSCobb Wind Symphony (Cobb County, GA)
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By the November ceasefire, the US Army had used chemical weapons on the battlefield in a variety of ways, but poison gas never achieved what Fries, Sibert, and other members of the Chemical Warfare Service believed its potential to be.
Jones would be obviously incompatible with faithful adherence to the responsibilities the Republic has entrusted to its Chemical Warfare Service."
The US Chemical Warfare Service began studying it as a potential weapon during the First World War.
In fact, as a thirty-six-year-old father of four young children, he volunteered for service in the Chemical Warfare Service in World War I.
The Chemical Warfare Service responded by beginning to develop flamethrowers.
Groves, convened secret meetings in Washington, requiring compulsory attendance by scores of scientists and officials from the US War Department, the Manhattan Project, the Food and Drug Administration, the Agriculture and Justice Departments, the US Army's Chemical Warfare Service, Edgewood Arsenal, the Bureau of Standards -- and DuPont lawyers.
Following basic training, he was assigned to the Chemical Warfare Service (CWS).
"Four specimens of every type of chemical warfare device used by our allies and the enemy were collected, catalogued, and sent home for [the] museum and technical study," reported the director of the Chemical Warfare Service (CWS), Brigadier General Amos A.
Porter, Chief of the Chemical Warfare Service, knew that chemical troops could not serve as a deterrent against chemicals by standing idly around the battlefield.
He transferred to the Chemical Warfare Service in 1939 and, with America's entry into World War II, took command of the newly activated 3d Chemical Battalion in 1942.
Beginning in 1924, the Chemical Warfare Service (CWS) operated five U.S.
Army Chemical Warfare Service 4.2-inch (10.7-centimeter) mortar and had a range of about 3,000 meters.
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