4] USMTM's mission is to advise and assist the Saudi Arabian armed forces through security cooperation efforts in developing, training and sustaining capable deterrent
and self-defense forces for Saudi Arabia in order to facilitate regional security.
differed by women's characteristics: Hispanic women were more likely than whites to view not knowing how to use contraceptives or which method to use as a deterrent
(odds ratios, 9.
At the present time, neither side can have any legitimate concern about the survivability of its deterrent
First Sea Lord Admiral Sir George Zambellas said: "The Royal Navy has been operating continuous at-sea deterrent
patrols for more than 40 years and the Successor submarines will allow us to do so with cuttingedge equipment well into the future.
Danny limped off to face the Lib Dem conference in Glasgow this autumn and fresh demands to abandon the deterrent
However, it accepts that cutting the size of the current fleet would not offer the same degree of resilience as the current continuous- at-sea deterrent
and would not guarantee "a prompt response in all circumstances".
The test fire will be as major leap forward in missile technology and military deterrent
While a custodial sentence is not always the most effective way to prevent future crime, it is correct that there is a considerable deterrent
to anyone considering breaking into someone's home.
I've come to learn that the deterrent
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The head of the UK armed forces, Air Chief Marshall Sir Jock Stirrup, also waded into the controversy by warning that the Government may as well scrap the deterrent
altogether if weapons were only deployable intermittently.
Existing arrangements mean that while the MoD is responsible for the running costs of Trident, the capital costs of the submarine-based deterrent
are paid from central funds.
EXPERTS on law and order and human behaviour were adamant that capital punishment was not a deterrent
for murder and the violence of corporal punishment simply resulted in more crimes.