- n weapons considered collectively
- n military supplies
- n defensive structure consisting of walls or mounds built around a stronghold to strengthen it
- v supply with weapons
- There's no other munition which would work.
- With it she bought 25 of Winston Churchill's favorite cigars, marked their box with the inscription: "From Evelyn Duncan, holder of the world's munition record.
- Nearby was a prize almost as valuable as Madrid itself, the mercury mines of Almaden, oldest and richest in Europe, vital to munition makers throughout the continent.
News & Articles
- Pentagon team studies Syrian chemical arms
Months before the Obama administration said it had concluded that the Syrian government has used chemical weapons against rebels, the Pentagon began drawing on the expertise of obscure military experts to develop plans to reduce the risks from Syria's massive stockpile of the banned munitions.
June 19, 2013 - Stars and Stripes
- Juwono Sudarsono in Antara
It is in Indonesia`s interest to promote world peace. Otherwise our troop in Garuda contingent in South Lebanon will face the danger of Israeli-made cluster munition,Juwono Sudarsono said.
- Bob Ainsworth in guardian.co.uk
...July, Bob Ainsworth, the armed forces minister, told MPs the CRV-7, equipped with "multi-purpose submunitions" fired from Apache helicopters, did not after all fall within the government's "understanding of a cluster munition".
- Duncan Hunter in North County Times
Hunter said the government makes good "precision munition (attacks) on Mr. (Abu Musab al-) Zarqawi's safe house," referring to the al-Qaida leader killed in a US military assault in 2005.