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To counter this threat, Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) took responsibility for aircraft-related electronic warfare (EW) efforts in 1966 and established the Reconnaissance, Electronic Warfare, Special Operations, Navy (REWSON) Office, whose objective was to centrally develop EW systems to counter the threat and then rapidly integrate them on the right platforms.
The course aims to develop understandings of how k-12 leaders can help to create curricula at the school level by developing understandings of the constructs in all curricula.
Deceleration training develops strong muscles (strength, little speed).
In response to Army decisions during the 1980s to develop increasingly lethal platforms aided by automation, several automated command and control (C2) systems were developed to support various battlefield functional areas.
Nasdaq: MEDX) have announced that Diatos has licensed from Medarex the exclusive European rights to develop and commercialize Super-Leu-Dox, a potential new cancer treatment.
In parallel, scientists at NIOSH are working with industry representatives and scientific consultants on a suite of research projects that they will use to develop a new NIOSH-recommended exposure limit (the current NIOSH recommended limit is 0.
NIST develops methodologies and tools to facilitate interoperability testing and pilot deployment of emerging technologies.
org) was established in 1989 to develop new approaches to the problems of managing records in developing countries.
As an embryo grows and develops its cells become irreversibly committed to their fates as specialized components of the body's organs.
The support team, assisted by the deaf-blind consumer, interactively translates the needs into technical requirements, develops prototype devices and conducts training and test programs.
is an emerging biopharmaceutical company that develops and commercializes propriety products for the treatment and supportive care of cancer patients.

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