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Number: 434/25
Name: Education and demonstration > Organized armed or unarmed conflict or shooting > Water warfare
Description: Subject matter relating to conflict waged on or below the surface of a body of water.

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
434/26 Periscope view simulation 4

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8317660 Yoga mat with pose markings Nov. 27, 2012
6995707 Integrated maritime portable acoustic scoring and simulator control and improvements Feb. 7, 2006
6120386 Golf swing training device Sep. 19, 2000
5551875 Land based submarine weapons system simulator with control panel tester and trainer Sep. 3, 1996
5474454 Own ship sensor system simulator Dec. 12, 1995
5397236 Method for offering a composite dummy target formed from a plurality of active masses which emit spectrally differentiated radiation Mar. 14, 1995
5069399 Target for close in weapon systems Dec. 3, 1991

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