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AcronymDefinition
ARMORAdvanced Radar for Meteorological and Operational Research (Doppler weather radar)
ARMORAnalyzer for Reducing Module Operational Risk
ARMORAsynchronous Real-Time Multiplexer and Output Reconstructor
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"I do not take pleasure in riding with a suit of armor; I would see that there is a man within."
[ClickPress, Tue Jul 23 2019] Body armor has been an indispensable equipment for officers' personal protection for years.
G&A has found several other great uses for Ammo Armor. Consider the magazines stored in the console or glove box of a vehicle.
The company is called Samurai Age, and they also create made-in-Japan miniature armor for dolls, as well as for bottles of sake (yes, so you can have armored sake bottles), reports Kotaku.
Our body armor products are designed by highly-experienced ballistic engineers and a network of supplier-partners including Honeywell, DuPont and Teijin," said Todd Mackler, The Safariland Group VP-Armor.
But the slat armor, which is designed to deflect an RPG blast before it can damage your vehicle and hurt you and your fellow crewmen, won't be effective if items are placed in front of or behind the armor.
Packaged company Zep Inc (NYSE:ZEP) reported on Wednesday the execution of a long-term agreement to extend its license agreement with Armored AutoGroup Inc for use of the latter's Armor All brand.
17 October 2012 - The O'Gara Group Inc, the US provider of security, safety and defence products and services, said it had signed a definitive agreement for the purchase of BAE Systems Commercial Armored Vehicles LLC.
"This qualification is another example of our commitment to deliver innovative and complete rugged mobile solutions to ARMOR customers," commented Mike Sarrica, vice president and general manager for DRS Tactical Systems.
Since its founding in 1922, ARMOR, has been a pioneer in its principle area of business: printing inks.