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1. Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program
United States Marine Corps.
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2. Bradford Non-Lethal Weapons Research Project
The Non-Lethal Weapons Research Project is based at the Centre for Conflict Resolution in the Department of Peace Studies, United Kingdom.
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3. Non-Lethal Capabilities Facing Emerging Threats
Several countries are currently developing and implementing new non-lethal capabilities.
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4. Non-lethal Technology Innovation Center
Our mission is to effect the next generation of non-lethal capabilities by identifying and promoting the development of innovative concepts, materials and technologies.
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5. Taser and Self Defense Products
Here at we offer a wide variety of home and self defense products at competitive prices.
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