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A weapon, arm, or armament is any device used with intent to inflict damage or harm to living beings, structures, or systems. Weapons are used to increase the efficacy and efficiency of activities such as hunting, crime, law enforcement, self-defense, and warfare. In a broader context, weapons may be construed to include anything used to gain a strategic, material or mental advantage over an adversary. While just about any ordinary objects such as sticks, stones, cars, or pencils can be used as weapons, many are expressly designed for the purpose – ranging from simple implements such as clubs, swords and guns, to complicated modern intercontinental ballistic missiles, biological and cyberweapons. Something that has been re-purposed, converted, or enhanced to become a weapon of war is termed weaponized, such as a weaponized virus or weaponized lasers The use of objects as weapons has been observed among chimpanzees, leading to speculation that early hominids first began to use weapons as early as five million years ago. However, this can not be confirmed using physical evidence because wooden clubs, spears, and unshaped stones would have left an ambiguous record. The earliest unambiguous weapons to be found are the Schöninger Spear: eight wooden throwing spears dated as being more than 300,000 years old. At the site of Nataruk in Turkana, Kenya, numerous human skeletons dating to 10,000 years ago may present evidence of major traumatic injuries to the head, neck, ribs, knees and hands, including obsidian projectiles still embedded in the bones, that might have been caused by arrows and clubs in the context of conflict between two hunter-gatherer groups,[8] but this interpretation of the evidence of warfare at Nataruk has been challenged Ancient weapons were evolutionary improvements of late neolithic implements, but then significant improvements in materials and crafting techniques created a series of revolutions in military RML broadly defines weapon in videos
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With the advent of Operation Barbarossa in June 1941, Afghanistan found itself rocked by a more serious international shockwave. The Soviet Union the great opponent of the British Empire in central Asia and ally of Afghanistan's German friends suddenly became an enemy of the Germans and a friend of the British. There was no longer any hope of playing the British against the Soviets. Soon afterward came the joint Anglo-Soviet invasion of Iran, an event which thoroughly alarmed the government, and at which point Afghanistan was surrounded by Allied-controlled territory. It became all too apparent to Kabuls government that it could suffer the same fate as its western neighbor and the government had no choice but to accede to the joint Anglo-Soviet demand in October 1941 for the expulsion of all Germans and Italians. Although due to Afghanistan's officially neutral status small diplomatic staffs were permitted to remain, by the end of the month 206 Axis nationals had departed for neutral Turkey. Some additional Italian and German diplomatic personnel were expelled in September 1943. Afghanistan retained its neutrality but, surrounded by the possessions and occupied territories of the increasingly powerful Allied states, it became a neutrality which was as much enforced as chosen. Kabul never declared war on Germany and never broke diplomatic relations with Berlin unlike a good many other powers did near the end of the wat. Had the Wehrmacht defeated the Soviet Union, however, and had panzers appeared on its northern border, Afghanistan would not have hesitated to declare war against the Allies to gain all it could from British India.
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Kevin Powell is an award winning veteran news journalist and former CNN producer/editor. Mr. Powell is dedicated to the adherence of the Code of Ethics for the Society of Professional Journalists, enforcing Article II of the U.S. Constitution, the Rule of Law, and Loyalty to the Oath. March 25, 2014 Copyright 2014 Pixel Patriot (All Rights Reserved)
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*******CoastGuardNews**** The Pentagon Channel's Around the Services presents School of Force. Coast Guard Petty Officer Adam Eggers visits the Coast Guard's Maritime Law Enforcement Academy in Charleston, S.C. Part 1 of 4.
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The Pentagon Channel’s Around the Services presents School of Force. Coast Guard Petty Officer Adam Eggers visits the Coast Guard’s Maritime Law Enforcement Academy in Charleston, S.C. This is part two of a four part series.
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The Pentagon Channel's Around the Services presents School of Force. Coast Guard Petty Officer Adam Eggers visits the Coast Guard's Maritime Law Enforcement Academy in Charleston, S.C. This is part three of a four part series
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*******CoastGuardNews**** The Pentagon Channel’s Around the Services presents School of Force. Coast Guard Petty Officer Adam Eggers visits the Coast Guard’s Maritime Law Enforcement Academy in Charleston, S.C. This is part four of a four part series
8 Feb 2008
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society enforcers are the criminals
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*******www.PolicePath**** - - law enforcement, police academy, police officer, police entrance exam
19 Jun 2009
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زير گرفتن تظاهركنندگان توسط خودروى نيروى انتظامى, 6 دى، 27 دسامبر Demonstrators run over by law enforcement vehicles, 6 Dec, 27, - (translated by google)
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گوشمالى مزدوران نيروى انتظامى توسط قيام كنندگان، عاشورا تهران،6 دى 88، 27دسامبر Punishment by law enforcement regime uprising suppliers, Ashura Tehran, 6 Dec 88, 27, - (translated by google)
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*******www.policeoralboard.info If you are a potential police officer recruit and you want a career in law enforcement there's a series of exams you must pass. the oral board exam is tough on candidates if you make these fatal interview mistakes.
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