Caliber Machine Gun

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Machine - Impact - Automata
... An automaton (plural automata or automatons) is a self-operating machine ... The word is sometimes used to describe a robot, more specifically an autonomous robot ...
M1 Abrams - Variants and Upgrades - Tank Urban Survival Kit
... A Transparent Armor Gun Shield and a thermal sight system are added to the loader's top-mounted M240B 7.62 mm machine gun, and a Kongsberg Gruppen Remote Weapon ... situations in maneuver warfare, items like the rear slat armor, loader's gun shield, infantry phone (which saw use on Marine Corps M1A1s as early as 2003), and Kongsberg ... The kit ordered by the Army consists of a Loader's Armor Gun Shield (LAGS), a Tank Infantry Phone (TIP), Abrams Reactive Armor Tiles (ARAT), a Remote Thermal Sight (RTS) and a Power ...
Skystriker - Other Cobra Vehicles
... missiles, a "Tandem Blaster".50 caliber machine gun, and hardened steel rear tracks ... mover, that featured three "drop 'n shoot" mortar bombs, a 50mm machine gun, and four surface-to-surface missiles ... helicopter was equipped with four air-to-air heat-seeking rockets, a nose-mounted machine gun turret, and an underbody bomb hardpoint ...
JOHNNIAC
... Neumann architecture that had been pioneered on the IAS machine ... After two "rescues" from the scrap heap, the machine currently resides at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California ... Like the IAS machine, JOHNNIAC used 40-bit words, and included 1024 words of Selectron tube main memory, each holding 256 bits of data ...
M2 Browning - Variants and Derivatives - M2 Variants
... The basic designation as mentioned in the introduction is Browning Machine Gun, Cal ... The development of the M1921 water-cooled machine gun which led to the M2, meant that the initial M2s were in fact water-cooled ... These weapons were designated Browning Machine Gun, Cal ...

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