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It is listed as a likely buyer of 315 American battle tanks, 7 multiple-launch rocket systems and an air defense radar.
This version provided a mobile mount for a 24-rail multiple-launch rocket system, firing 82mm unguided rockets.
An advantage the Valkiri has over other multiple-launch rocket systems is that it is easy to disguise on the battlefield.
The Fajr-3 is a multiple-launch artillery rocket, a third-generation Katyusha rocket.
One was as the executive officer of the headquarters battery, the other as a platoon leader of a unit of multiple-launch rockets.
She was subjected to a mock execution using a BM-21 Grad multiple-launch rocket system, then poisoned with a cup of tea that made her vomit.
Despite the objections of senior civilian Pentagon officials, the Army is likely to continue barring women from one its most sophisticated artillery weapons, the multiple-launch rocket system.
It is also planning to buy 7 multiple-launch rocket systems, 49 armored personnel carriers and electronic equipment used on aircraft to disrupt an enemy's radar and communications.
They also typically have a shoulder mounted multiple-launch missile launcher rack, as well as a small anti-personnel fragmentation grenade launcher for use against infantry.
A feature of the withering artillery volleys of the last few days has been fire from the Army's self-propelled multiple-launch rocket system, used here in combat for the first time.
The missile division's biggest contracts are for the Army's multiple-launch rocket system and its newer, longer-range tactical missile system, both widely used during the Persian Gulf war.
Although the C.I.A. position appears to be the dominant view, officials said some experts had questioned whether Iraq might not be seeking the tubes for other purposes, specifically, to build multiple-launch rocket systems.
The Human Rights Watch (HRW) fact-finding mission reported the "indiscriminate fire" by the Georgian troops and shelling of the village by multiple-launch rocket system "Grad" and tanks.
The Marines are also able to supplement their firepower by drawing on Army units equipped with the multiple-launch rocket system, a devastating system that disperse thousands of bomblets to destroy vehicles and kill enemy troops.
The proposed artillery division, under the Kolkata-based Eastern Command, was to have three brigades-two of 155mm howitzers and one of the Russian "Smerch" and indigenous "Pinaka" multiple-launch rocket systems.
Thomson-CSF, which will acquire the LTV missile unit's Army tactical missile system and the multiple-launch rocket system widely used in the Persian Gulf war, is controlled by the French Government.
The Georgian Army crossed the border of South Ossetia on the early hours of August 8 after overnight bombardment of Tskhinvali by heavy artillery (howitzers), 122 mm multiple-launch rocket systems "Grad", and large-caliber mortars.
In the 1980s and early 1990s, Avibrás worked almost exclusively with the manufacturing of rockets and multiple-launch rocket systems (MLRS), such as the Astros II, in addition to developing antitank and antiship missiles.
The additional American troops approved by Mr. Cohen for the Persian Gulf include an aviation unit with 24 Apache helicopter gunships, a mechanized infantry task force, artillery units with multiple-launch rocket systems, communications experts and a Reserve unit to man a Patriot anti-missile battery in Saudi Arabia.
In this sense the present conflict is going to underscore the greatest danger of any strategy that implies a substitution of firepower for manpower - the risk that the demobilisation day will arrive but the new weapons will not: weapons like the new multiple-launch rocket system that the British army was originally scheduled to start receiving in 1984.