LSW

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AcronymDefinition
LSWLondon South Western (railway; UK)
LSWLand and Sea Warfare (US DoD)
LSWLicensed Social Worker
LSWLego Star Wars (Lego Group and Lucasfilm Ltd.)
LSWLibrary Society of the World
LSWLibrary System Workstation
LSWList Window
LSWLight Support Weapon
LSWLiberty Seguros-Wurth (Spanish cycling team)
LSWLincoln Southwest (Nebraska high school)
LSWLegendary Super Warriors (gaming)
LSWLesser Software (Germany)
LSWLeast Significant Word
LSWLegal Support World (est. 2008)
LSWLanguage School Worldwide (various locations)
LSWLast Seen Wearing
LSWLamberg Sleep Well (oral appliance)
LSWLong Suffering Wife
LSWLaboratory Safety Workshop
LSWLight Ship Weight (naval engineering)
LSWLasik Surgery Watch (est. 2008)
LSWLucas-Sargent-Wallace proposition
LSWLondon Standard Wording (insurance)
LSWLoudoun Symphonic Winds (Leesburg, VA)
LSWLeeds Sculpture Workshop
LSWLeft-Sided Weakness (neurology)
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Their heavy and medium machine guns had been taken from them to be replaced with the Light Support Weapon in which they had little confidence.
WEAPONRY: The "reliability, robustness and 'suppressive capability'" of the light support weapon used in Kosovo was considered "insufficient".
In fact, the System is made up of two arms, the Individual Weapon (IW) and the Light Support Weapon (LSW) which will have more limited distribution and take the place of the current L7A1 general purpose machine gun (GPMG).
He and Raymond Anderson Jr, 22, are accused of stealing the Heckler &Koch military light support weapon - which was hidden inside a golf bag.
A light support weapon is also available with a heavier barrel and bipod.
56 mm SA80 small arms family when the last of 178,000 rifles and 12,000 Light Support Weapons were formally handed over to the British Ministry of Defence.
A major criticism is of the "reliability, robustness and suppressive capability" of the Light Support Weapon carried by the Paras into the unknown dangers of the Kosovo mountains.
Lt-Col Gibson's report said the "reliability, robustness and suppressive capability" of the light support weapon used in Kosovo was considered "insufficient".
The "reliability, robustness and `suppressive capability"' of the light support weapon used in Kosovo was considered "insufficient", said Lt-Col Gibson's report.
A belt-fed version called the light support weapon can fire between 650 and 800 rounds per minute.
WEAPONRY: The "reliability, robustness and "suppressive capability" of the light support weapons used in Kosovo was considered "insufficient, said Lt-Col Gibson's report.