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  • ...ams. [[Laser]]s are the most common type in development, but [[microwave]] weapons also are known to be in active research. Charged particle beams, using pro ...apons, especially those producing the pulse without the use of a [[nuclear weapon]].
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  • Weapons that do not use explosive force or direct thermal effects to damage, but achieve their effects by means of non-ionizi
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  • {{r|W71 (nuclear weapon)}}
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  • ...ams. [[Laser]]s are the most common type in development, but [[microwave]] weapons also are known to be in active research. Charged particle beams, using pro ...apons, especially those producing the pulse without the use of a [[nuclear weapon]].
    1 KB (174 words) - 13:30, 16 January 2011
  • ...n]]; usually includes [[precision guided munition]]s and [[directed energy weapons]]s but these are sometimes excepted
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  • {{r|United States nuclear weapons}} {{r|Directed energy weapon}}
    344 B (50 words) - 02:46, 30 April 2010
  • ...n the weapon and its projectile speed -- not a concern with evolving laser weapons -- it may be necessary to "lead" a moving target such as an airplane, so t ...pons]] such as [[rifle]]s and [[pistol]]s are the most obvious direct fire weapons, but so are antitank [[unguided rocket]] launchers such as the [[AT-4]], t
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  • {{r|Weapons of mass destruction}} {{r|Commission on the Prevention of Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferation and Terrorism||**}}
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  • {{r|Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons}} {{r|Directed energy weapon}}}
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  • ...energy from [[laser]]s. Indeed, the basic principles are extended against weapons using [[acoustic energy]], principally involving [[submarine]]s and [[torp ...nded to convey misleading information to an enemy or to enemy EM-dependent weapons, thereby degrading
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  • ...pace with bursts of [[X-rays]] and a precursor of future [[directed energy weapon]]s
    213 B (31 words) - 02:28, 30 April 2010
  • ...) to make the target hard to find against the background, and systems that directly attack the infrared seeker. | author = Director, Operational Test and Evaluation, U.S. Department of Defense
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  • .../ref> The suit affords its occupant considerable protection from automatic weapons and explosives,<ref name=IronMan25/> though [[Grey Gargoyle|Mokk: Breaker ...7"/> Sasha Hammer's armor has also been observed to have a directed-energy weapon in palm of its hands.<ref name=IronMan508/> Those who pilot the armor are r
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  • ...us one, Quesada established an headquarters on the Normandy beachhead, and directed aerial cover and support for the Allied invasion.| Gen. Elwood 'Pete' Que ...d Airpower Studies, while recognizing joint operations, still leans in the direction of "Trust Us, We're the Air Force." Nevertheless, it is a point of depar
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  • ...ons charge, transferring energy to the optional [[secondary explosive]] or directly to the [[tertiary explosive]]
    356 B (47 words) - 00:44, 7 March 2011
  • directed energy, or antiradiation weapons to attack personnel, facilities, or equipment with '''Meaconing''' is a specific form of deceptive jamming directed at navigational systems. It will receiving radio beacon, or navigational
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  • {{r|Directed energy weapon}} {{r|Nuclear weapon}}
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  • ...ater range than can [[direct fire weapons]]. The most common indirect fire weapons are [[mortar]]s, [[howitzer]]s, and [[multiple rocket launcher]]s. ...n an indirect fire role, indirect fire is a technique as well as a type of weapon. Howitzers, for example, can be depressed to a horizontal position and fir
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  • {{r|Directed energy weapon}}
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  • ...eality is that they are subsets of '''missile defense'''. Not all incoming weapons are ballistic; cruise missiles, whether tactical or strategic, present a v ...even against ballistic missiles, are themselves missiles. Directed energy weapons, principally infrared lasers at present, are in active development and lim
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  • ...nt systems are either kinetic (i.e., direct collision with the warhead) or directed energy (e.g., laser heating of the warhead). Some endoatmospheric ABMs do ...hough those are the most common that have been deployed. [[Directed energy weapon]]s, especially [[laser]]s, are under active development. [[Autocannon]] hav
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  • ABMs are not the only ways to destroy a ballistic missile. [[Directed energy weapon]]s could work in all phases; the most active work is on boost and terminal
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  • A '''guided missile''' is a self-powered weapon, in the family of [[precision-guided munition]]s (PGM) that can alter its f :*[[Go-onto-location-in-space]] (GOLIS), where guidance directs the weapon to a specific set of geographical coordinates and whatever is located at th
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