weapon system

NOUN
  1. any instrument or instrumentality used in fighting or hunting
    he was licensed to carry a weapon
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How To Use weapon system In A Sentence

  • Air defense weapon system is a complex system, it is characterized with asynchronism and concurrency.
  • It is necessary to use curved trajectory to satisfy the combat requirement of shipborne weapon system.
  • Availability, dependability and system availability of the double - passage air - to - air middle - far - distance missile weapon system are analyzed.
  • Recognition of the interesting targets is the key technology of precise guide weapon system.
  • It'should be helpful for safety design of airborne weapon system.
  • Obviously some weapon systems are more effective than others, but the efficaciousness of air defence measures depend basically on the gap between the technological/industrial investment and output of the competing sides.
  • The weapon system is stabilised in two axes, which allows the vehicle to engage targets stationary or on the move.
  • But the rules that govern targeting do not turn on the type of weapon system used, and there is no prohibition under the laws of war on the use of technologically advanced weapons systems in armed conflict– such as pilotless aircraft or so-called smart bombs– so long as they are employed in conformity with applicable laws ofwar. The Volokh Conspiracy » Predator Drone Warfare — Assorted Links
  • But the rules that govern targeting do not turn on the type of weapon system involved, and there is no prohibition under the laws of war on the use of technologically advanced weapons systems in armed conflict – such as pilotless aircraft or so-called smart bombs – so long as they are employed in conformity with applicable laws of war…. The Volokh Conspiracy » Harold Koh Statements on Drone Warfare at ASIL Tonight
  • Air defense weapon system is a complex system, it is characterized with synchronism and concurrency.
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