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continues to be a key customer for XCEL Power Systems and we are delighted to be supporting a new build of Phalanx equipment with our products.
The contract is for electro-mechanical enclosures which create the crew station for the Phalanx system.
In addition, there have been changes to the way in which Phalanx systems are upgraded or maintained, he said, with efforts to "improve or enhance the way in which systems are maintained or the way they are repaired," either at pier side or in a land-based facility.
The fifth phalanx of the fourth digit was cartilaginous and not visible in radiographs.
2) In distal and middle phalangeal lesions, the conventional procedure is transverse amputation, including the head of the proximal neighboring joint of the diseased phalanx, and closing the defect with dorsal and ventral flaps.
Andersson & Paulsson 1993, 93; Kairikko 1981, 162), the predator skin should be separated from the paw by cutting the 2nd phalanx in half and by leaving both the 3rd phalanx and the distal end of the 2nd phalanx attached to the skin (see Fig.
1,2,3) However, it is extremely rare in phalanx of finger.
Phalanx Secure Solutions today announced the formalization of its reseller channel program for its security operations center products and services.
Navy tested one of its top developments in high-tech weapon technology: the Phalanx CIWS.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior Iranian Navy commander announced on Saturday that the country has developed the home-made version of the US close-in weapon system for defense against anti-ship missiles, called Phalanx, adding that it will be delivered to the Naval forces soon.
11] The length of the proximal phalanx of the second toe was measured as the distance between the most prominent point of the proximal phalanx and midpoint of the line in the metatarsophalangeal space.