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    • Military acquisition

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    • Arms fairs

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    • Books about the military-industrial complex

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    • Military corporations

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    • Foreign Military Sales

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    • Military industrial facilities

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    • Military-industrial complex

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    • Weapons trade

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    • Action Target

    • Action Target

      Action Target is a manufacturer of custom shooting ranges and portable steel targets for military, law enforcement, Special Forces groups, tactical training schools, and commercial applications based in Provo, Utah. Since its founding in 1985, Action Target has increased its inventory to include over 4,000 products. As ... Read »


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    • Advania

    • Advania ehf is a Nordic information technology service corporation headquartered in Reykjavík, Iceland. The company is the largest in its field in Iceland and the 9th largest in the Nordic countries. Advania is the result of numerous mergers and acquisitions of mainly Icelandic companies, but also of some Europ ... Read »


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    • Arab Organization for Industrialization

    • The Arab Organization for Industrialization (AOI) (Arabic: الهيئة العربية للتصنيع‎‎) is an Egypt-based Arab military organisation established in 1975 by Egypt, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to supervise the collective develop ... Read »


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    • Arms industry

    • The arms industry, also known as the defense industry or the arms trade, is a global industry responsible for the manufacturing and sales of weapons and military technology. It consists of a commercial industry involved in the research and development, engineering, production, and servicing of military material, equipm ... Read »


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    • Association for Enterprise Information

    • The Association for Enterprise Information (AFEI) is an association for the United States government and the defense industry. AFEI was formed in 1998 as an affiliate organization to the National Defense Industrial Association. Before becoming an association, AFEI started as the US CALS (DOD) Industry Steering Group i ... Read »


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    • Canadian arms trade

    • Canadian Arms Sales are governed by the country's Export and Imports Permits Act. Sales with the United States are also specifically regulated by the 1959 Defence Production Sharing Arrangement. As of 2000, the largest Canadian-owned arms-exporters were Canadian Aviation Electronics, the 61st-largest defence corporati ... Read »


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    • Companies by arms sales

    • This is a list of the world's largest arms manufacturers and other military service companies who profit the most from the War economy, their origin is shown as well. The information is based on a list published by the for 2013. The list provided by the SIPRI excludes companies based in China. The numbers are in milli ... Read »


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    • Defence Industries Corporation of Nigeria

    • Defence Industries Corporation of Nigeria (DICON) is the state-run defense corporation of Nigeria and operated by the Nigerian Armed Forces. It is responsible for the production of defense equipment and civilian products. ... Read »


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    • Energy usage of the United States military

    • The United States Department of Defense is one of the largest single consumers of energy in the world, responsible for 93% of all US government fuel consumption in 2007 (Air Force: 52%; Navy: 33%; Army: 7%. Other DoD: 1%). In FY 2006, the DoD used almost 30,000 gigawatt hours (GWH) of electricity, at a cost of almost $ ... Read »


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    • Foreign Military Sales

    • The U.S. Department of Defense's Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program facilitates sales of U.S. arms, defense equipment, defense services, and military training to foreign governments. The purchaser does not deal directly with the defense contractor; instead, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency serves as an interme ... Read »


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    • Hybricon Corporation

    • Hybricon Corporation is a provider of systems packaging solutions serving the Military, Aerospace, Homeland Security, Medical and high-end Industrial markets and develops embedded computing systems and solutions for war fighter critical missions using OpenVPX, VPX, VXS, VMEbus, VME64X, CompactPCI, Rugged MicroTCA, and ... Read »


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    • Instalaza

    • Instalaza S.A.

      Instalaza SA is a Spanish firm that designs, develops and manufactures equipment and other military material for infantry. The company, founded in 1943, is headquartered in Zaragoza and its production plant is in Zaragoza, Aragon. The company became famous for the production of highly accurate rocket launchers. Instal ... Read »


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    • International Defence Exhibition

    • International Defence Exhibition

      The International Defence Exhibition & Conference, or IDEX, is a biennial arms and defence technology sales exhibition. According to the Jane's Defence Weekly website, IDEX is the largest arms exhibition in the Middle East. The business conducted at the 2005 IDEX totalled 2 billion US dollars. According to , the arms s ... Read »


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    • Jupiter (factory)

    • Jupiter

      The Jupiter Factory (Russian: Юпитер or завод Юпитер) is an abandoned factory located in the outskirts of Pripyat in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone (Ukraine). As many university-educated people lived in Pripyat, the Soviet Union decided to build a factory in the out ... Read »


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    • KANT project

    • The KANT project stands for a joint venture completed 15 December 2015 by the German family-controlled defence company Krauss-Maffei Wegmann and French government-owned armoured platform manufacturer Nexter Systems. The joint holding company is based in Leiden, Netherlands, and means K(MW) A(nd) N(exter) T(ogether), as ... Read »


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    • Kazakhstan Engineering

    • Kazakhstan Engineering (Kazakh: Казахстан инжиниринг) is a defense giant established by the Kazakhstan government to unite Kazakhtsan's state owned defence industry companies. The headquarters of this group is in Astana. Kazakhstan Engineering includes 24 subsid ... Read »


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    • Kenya Ordnance Factories Corporation

    • Kenya Ordnance Factories Corporation (KOFC) is a state-owned defense corporation, the only ammunition manufacturer in Kenya, which is headquartered in Kitale Road 20 km from Eldoret, Kenya. ... Read »


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    • Khyber Pass Copy

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      A Khyber Pass Copy is a firearm manufactured by cottage gunsmiths in the Khyber Pass region between Pakistan and Afghanistan. The area has long had a reputation for producing unlicensed, homemade copies of firearms using whatever materials are available – more often than not, railway rails, scrap motor vehicles, ... Read »


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    • Low rate initial production

    • Low rate initial production (LRIP) is a term commonly used in military weapon projects/programs to designate the phase of initial, small-quantity production. The prospective first buyer and operator (i.e., a country's defense authorities and the relevant military units) gets to thoroughly test the weapons system over s ... Read »


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    • Malaysia Defence Industry Council

    • Malaysia Defence Industry Council

      The Malaysia Defence Industry Council (MDIC), formed in August, 1999, is tasked with coordinating the orderly development of the Malaysia Defence Industry Sector. It is chaired by the Malaysian Minister of Defence, and involves 56 members from the private sector as well as from the Government. It functions to not only ... Read »


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    • Metals and Engineering Corporation

    • Metals and Engineering Corporation (METEC) is an Ethiopian military-run corporation, which established in 2010. It is the largest industrial complex in Ethiopia and responsible for the production of military equipment and civilian products. METEC works with foreign companies such as Alstom from France, and Spire Corpor ... Read »


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    • Military Inc.

    • Military Inc.: Inside Pakistan's Military Economy is a book about Pakistan Military's Economic activities and its consequences, written by Ayesha Siddiqa. The book divided into 10 chapters discusses Pakistan military's economic empire and its political, economical, and social effect on the country. The author uses ... Read »


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    • Military-Industrial Commission of Russia

    • The Military-Industrial Commission of the Russian Federation (Russian Военно-промышленная комиссия при Правительстве Российской Федерации ... Read »


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    • Ministry of Defence Industry of Azerbaijan

    • Ministry of Defence of Azerbaijan

      The Ministry of Defence Industry of Azerbaijan (Azerbaijani: Аzərbаycаn Rеspubliкаsının Мüdаfiə Sənаyеsi Nаzirliyi) is a governmental agency within the Cabinet of Azerbaijan in charge of design, manufacturing, regulation and maintenance of products in the fields of def ... Read »


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    • National Defense Industrial Association

    • National Defense Industrial Association

      The National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) is an association for the United States government and the defense industry. Based in Arlington, Virginia, NDIA was established in 1919 as a result of the inability of the defense industry to scale up the war effort during World War I. It connects government officials, ... Read »


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    • National Service Products Organization

    • The National Service Products Organization (NSPO) manufactures military and civilian products and provide contracting services. It is subordinate to the Egyptian Ministry of Defense system, was its establishment in accordance with Presidential Decree No. 32 of 1979 under President Anwar Sadat, and describes a device a ... Read »


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    • NATO Agreement on Safeguarding Defence-Related Inventions

    • The NATO Agreement for the mutual safeguarding of secrecy of inventions relating to defence and for which applications for patents have been made was signed in Paris on September 21, 1960. It entered into force on January 12, 1961 following deposit of the instruments of ratification by the first two countries, namely t ... Read »


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    • Offset agreement

    • Offsets can be defined as provisions to an import agreement, between an exporting foreign company, or possibly a government acting as intermediary, and an importing public entity, that oblige the exporter to undertake activities in order to satisfy a second objective of the importing entity, distinct from the acquisiti ... Read »


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    • Rakon

    • Rakon Limited

      Rakon Limited is a technology company founded in 1967 that designs and manufactures frequency control products, primarily quartz crystals and temperature-compensated crystal oscillators (TCXO), oven controlled crystal oscillators (OCXO) and voltage controlled crystal oscillators (VCXO). Its head office is in Auckland, ... Read »


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    • List of Russian weaponry makers

    • This list of Russian weaponry makers includes the famous weaponry inventors and engineers of the Tsardom of Russia, Russian Empire, the Soviet Union and the Russian Federation. ... Read »


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    • Shell Crisis of 1915

    • The Shell Crisis of 1915 was a shortage of artillery shells on the front lines of World War I that led to a political crisis in Britain. Military historian Hew Strachan argues that strategic plans caused an over-reliance on shrapnel to attack infantry in the open, which caused a shortage of high-explosive shells in mos ... Read »


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    • Special Operations Forces Exhibition

    • The Special Operations Forces Exhibition and Conference (SOFEX) is a special operations and homeland security event that is held every two years at the King Abdullah I airbase in Marka, Jordan. The specialized event is held under the patronage of King Abdullah II, the supervision of HRH Prince Faisal bin Al Hussein and ... Read »


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    • Training Within Industry

    • The Training Within Industry (TWI) service was created by the United States Department of War, running from 1940 to 1945 within the War Manpower Commission. The purpose was to provide consulting services to war-related industries whose personnel were being conscripted into the US Army at the same time the War Departmen ... Read »


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    • TÜBÄ°TAK Defense Industries Research and Development Institute


    • United States Foreign Military Financing

    • The Foreign Military Financing (FMF) program provides grants and loans to help countries purchase weapons and defense equipment produced in the United States as well as acquiring defense services and military training. FMF funds purchases are made through the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program, which manages governme ... Read »


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    • United States military aid

    • The United States government first recognized the usefulness of foreign aid as a tool of diplomacy in World War II. It was believed that it would promote liberal capitalist models of development in other countries and that it would enhance national security. The United States is the largest contributor of military aid ... Read »


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    • Upward Spiral

    • Upward Spiral is a term used by Paul Kennedy in his book The Rise and Fall of Great Powers to describe the continually rising cost of military equipment relative to civilian manufactured goods. According to Kennedy there is an upward spiral at work in "all areas" of military production which is "becoming increasingly d ... Read »


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    • WorldCell

    • WorldCell is an American-based corporation that provides international mobile service to federal agencies, international businesses, and individual travelers. WorldCell was formed in 1996. The privately owned company was founded by Blake Swensrud as International Mobile Communications, Inc., and began primarily as ... Read »


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