CBM

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CBMCommodore Business Machines
CBMCurriculum Based Measurement (education)
CBMComic Book Movie (film)
CBMCoalbed Methane
CBMCondition Based Maintenance
CBMChristoffel Blindenmission
CBMCompiled Bit Map
CBMComponent Business Model
CBMCell Broadcast Message
CBMCubic Meter
CBMConstraint-Based Modeling
CBMConfidence-Building Measures
CBMChristian Blind Mission
CBMClub Blaues Meer (German: Blue Sea Club; travel)
CBMCommonwealth Business Media (East Windsor, NJ)
CBMCorredor Biológico Mesoamericano (Spanish: Mesoamerican Biological Corridor; Managua, Nicaragua)
CBMCertified Broadcast Meteorologist (American Meteorological Society)
CBMCovered by Medicare
CBMCentral Bank of Montenegro
CBMCertified Business Manager (APBM)
CBMCommercial Building Materials (Ypsilanti, MI)
CBMCapacity Benefit Margin
CBMCore and Billing Manager (Nortel Networks)
CBMCommon Berthing Mechanism
CBMCross-Border Merger
CBMCurrent Bibliographies in Medicine
CBMCollege of Business Management (Karachi, Pakistan)
CBMChristoffel Blinden Mission
CBMConcerned Black Men (Washington, DC and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
CBMComputers for Business Management
CBMChief Botswain's Mate (rank; US Navy)
CBMCarbon-Based Material
CBMCommunity-Based Mentoring (various organizations)
CBMCryopreservation of Bone Marrow
CBMCommunity Board Member (Illinois Primary Health Care Association)
CBMCompressed Baryonic Matter (physics)
CBMCentral Bank of Malta
CBMCommunity Beat Manager (UK police)
CBMCosmic Microwave Background
CBMComputers in Biology and Medicine (journal)
CBMCentre de Biophysique Moléculaire (French: Center for Molecular Biophysics; Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique; Orleans, France)
CBMCommemorative Bucks of Michigan (Howell, MI)
CBMCenter Body Mass (shooting)
CBMCognitive-Behavior Modification
CBMConventional Buoy Mooring
CBMChristadelphian Bible Mission
CBMCitizens for Better Medicare
CBMCenter for Behavioral Medicine (Kansas City, MO)
CBMCommunity Banking Month
CBMCenter Back Mount
CBMChurch of Body Modification
CBMCahiers de Biologie Marine (French: Marine Biology Books; Station Biologique de Roscoff)
CBMCommercial Bank of Malawi
CBMChoke Bridge Module (oil industry)
CBMConsultative Business Movement (South Africa)
CBMCosmo Bulgaria Mobile
CBMCommand and Battlespace Management (UK)
CBMCondition-Based Management
CBMCentral Bank Money
CBMCentre Bretagne Motoculture (French: Central Brittany Garden Equipment; Pace, France)
CBMCuerpo de Bomberos Municipales (Guatemalan Fire Department)
CBMColumbus AFB United States (airport code)
CBMCentralized Barracks Management
CBMClient Business Manager
CBMConventional Ballistic Missile
CBMChemical Biological Munitions
CBMComponent Based Model
CBMConstruction Bill of Material
CBMCentre Béarn Motoculture (French: Beam Mechanized Farming Center; Serres-Castet, France)
CBMCar et Bus Maintenance (French: Car and Bus Maintenance; Le Mans, France)
CBMCurrent Best Method
CBMCommon Buffer Manager
CBMCentral Battle Management
CBMCompagnie des Bois et Meubles (French: Wood and Furniture Company; Paris, France)
CBMCement Bound Granular Material
CBMCentre for Bibliographic Management (UK)
CBMCaisserie Bois Matériaux (French: Wooden Crates Materials; Saint-Remy-Chaussée, France)
CBMChannel Borrowing Mechanism
CBMClub Bouliste Monégasque (French: Monaco Bowling Club; Monte Carlo, Monaco)
CBMCircuit Breaker Manufacturer
CBMChemical, Biological, and Medical
CBMConditioning Based Monitoring
CBMCubic Board Meter (lumber/timber)
CBMCorpo Bandistico Malcesine
CBMContracts Business Management
CBMClube de Canoagem Baia do Mar
CBMCantilever Beam Mirror
CBMComponent-Based Method (software sizing method)
CBMCoiffure Beauté Manucure (French: Hairdressing Beauty Manicures; Neuilly-sur-Seine, France)
CBMCapacitive Beam Monitor
CBMCar et Bus Le Mans (French: Car and Bus Le Mans; now Car et Bus Maintenance; Le Mans, France)
CBMCompression-Based Distance Measure
CBMCalifornia Business Minute
CBMCedar Bay Marina (Florida)
CBMCustomer Behaviour Model
CBMContinuous Bar Mill
CBMClub de Badminton de Menton (Menton, France)
CBMCrippled Blood Mongrels (clan)
CBMCuisines Bains Ménagers (French: Kitchen Bath Housewares; Cran-Gevrier, France)
CBMCabinet Bergeron et Marilly (French business training company)
CBMChristian Bonneau Maçonnerie (French: Christian Bonneau Masonry; La Crèche, France)
CBMCal Bombay Ministries Inc.
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new sea-based conventional ballistic missile. The final version of the
Regarding planned IRBMs, see Doug Richardson, "China Plans 4,000 km-Range Conventional Ballistic Missile," Jane's Missiles & Rockets, 1 March 2011.
In other words, it rejected DOD's plans to continue developing reentry technologies that could be deployed on either the Trident missile or a new sea-based conventional ballistic missile. The final version of the Defense appropriations bill, which was included in a larger consolidated appropriations bill, included this reduction in funding.
In sum then, the deployment of a conventional ballistic missile force by the ROK should make the DPRK more cautious about readying its own missile forces as a ploy to frighten South Korea and its U.S.
(30) Grossman, Elaine M., "Pentagon Eyes Bunker-Busting Conventional Ballistic Missile for Subs," Inside the Pentagon, June 27, 2002.
The new North Korean projectiles had irregular trajectories and flew at lower altitudes than conventional ballistic missiles which makes it difficult to intercept them, the Japanese Defence Ministry said, as quoted by the boradcaster NHK.
Air-launched cruise missiles would be supplemented by PLARF conventional ballistic missiles. The PLARFs DF-16 short-range ballistic missile would strike land targets at a range of around eight hundred kilometers.
It is also developing a counter-missile strategy and has adopted new guidelines that permit South Korea to deploy longer range conventional ballistic missiles. (16)
Sugden, "Speed Kills: Analyzing the Deployment of Conventional Ballistic Missiles," International Security 34, no.
Commenting on the report, the official said, "It is an open secret that there was cooperation (between North Korea and Syria) in the field of conventional ballistic missiles." North Korea has long been suspected of helping Syria develop conventional ballistic missiles, but such a report on North Korean officers in the Syrian battlefield is relatively rare.
This kind of cooperation identifies certain countries as potential enemies and aims to respond to common threats, whether tactical, such as conventional ballistic missiles launched from China, or strategic, such as nuclear missiles launched from North Korea or Iran.
Sugden argued that conventional ballistic missiles (CBMs) would be more prompt, possess a greater range, and penetrate air defenses more effectively than manned and unmanned aircraft.
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