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Artillery and missiles

el relanzamiento de los partidos políticos venezolanos a través de la modernización de sus militantes

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        PublishersRosen Central
        LC Classifications2013
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        Paginationxvi, 60 p. :
        Number of Pages65
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        ISBN 10nodata
        2Modern weapons: compared and contrasted
        Light and medium artillery Heavy artillery Self-propelled guns 1 Self-propelled guns 2 Wheeled SP guns Short- to medium-range rocket artillery systems Long-range rocket artillery systems Anti-aircraft artillery Air-defense missile launchers Standoff missiles Modern tactical air-to-surface missiles 1 Modern tactical air-to-surface missiles 2 Air-to-air missiles Air-launched anti-tank missiles Anti-tank guided weapons systems Weapons dispensers Bombs US nuclear bombs Nuclear explosion: number of kilotons Intercontinental ballistic missiles.

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