defense program

NOUN
  1. a program for defending a country against its enemies
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How To Use defense program In A Sentence

  • Reform" has been the buzzword permeating the defense industry since President Barack Obama signaled his intention to trim defense programs last fall. azcentral.com | news
  • When in 1949-50, the Soviet Union made its first nuclear bomb test, Teller pushed for the thermonuclear bomb as part of the U.S. defense program.
  • MR. BELL: The distinction is between a space-based interceptor -- in other words, something that is deployed in space, an orbiting satellite that actually kills a target either by shooting a rocket at it or zapping it with a laser -- on the one hand, and things that are orbiting in space that are sensors, or satellites that are designed as adjuncts to complement a ground-base missile defense program. Briefing By Robert Bell On Helsinki Agreements
  • But when I asked him for his opinion of missile-defense programs, the garrulous old scientist suddenly clammed up.
  • In this regard, U.S. ballistic-missile defense programs should not even appear to undermine the viability of Russia's or China's nuclear deterrents.
  • But when I asked him for his opinion of missile-defense programs, the garrulous old scientist suddenly clammed up.
  • In fact, many of these ideas have been on the drawing board for years as part of NASA's planetary defense program against large space-based objects that might threaten Earth.
  • they were developed for the defense program
  • The A400M is Europe's biggest defense program, bearing hopes of breaking U.S. industry's lock on strategic and tactical military airlift with the C-17 and C-130J.
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