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FMJFull Metal Jacket
FMJFédération des Maisons de Jeunes (French: Federation of Youth Centres; Belgium)
FMJFacility Management Journal
FMJFreedom for Media in Java (software; computer programming)
FMJFolk Music Journal (English Folk Dance and Song Society; London, England, UK)
FMJFlagfootball Management Japan
FMJForest Machine Journal (UK)
FMJFirst Myoclonic Jerk
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The respective per round costs on Brownells (calculated on non-sale prices) for the 55-grain .223 full metal jacket are 42 cents, 40 cents, 46 cents and 40 cents.
Many elements of Full Metal Jacket support a reading of the film as a Jungian parable about humanity's struggle to integrate the dark and irrational subconscious force into the conscious self.
but with better stopping power than Full Metal Jacket.
Skullcandy fans can now go to various Greater Los Angeles area AT&T stores to pick up the Ink'd, Full Metal Jacket and other ear buds compatible with several premiere devices offered by AT&T.
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Emphasizing its "full metal jacket" construction, the company claims the MKU is the first radio remote control product to combine the robust design requirements of the North American market with European CE safety approvals.
The difference between some of the more popular security systems on the market and PragMagic's Full Metal Jacket or ACURUS Mail is that his systems are not an add-on.
An episode of Band of Brothers (an HBO series) fits (tightly) in most class periods, while movies like Gandhi, Saving Private Ryan, and Full Metal Jacket were better used by showing clips of pivoting moments in order to illustrate specific ethical points (pacifism, combatant/noncombatant distinction, following illegal orders, etc.).
Hartman, a Marine drill instructor in the movie "Full Metal Jacket," interviewed service members for his show about military life and operations, and entertained troops with his unabashedly conservative humor.
Strangelove, Catch-22, M*A*S*H, Full Metal Jacket, Platoon, and Born on the Fourth of July also gave voice to an anti-war sentiment, without ever praising the pacifist or C.O.
Why do the soldiers start singing the theme to the "The Mickey Mouse Club" at the end of "Full Metal Jacket," Stanley Kubrick's disturbing foray into the Vietnam War?