antiair

antiair

(ˌæntɪˈɛə)
adj
(Military) countering attack by aircraft or missile
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The contract involved the acquisition of two stealth frigates capable of launching antiair and antisurface missiles in addition to torpedoes.
As technology proliferates, even future irregular threats will feature enhanced information and antiair capabilities.
This challenge requires effective countermeasures using sea-based antiair and antimissile assets to enhance antisubmarine warfare (ASW) capabilities, as well as improved naval cooperation among the three navies to deter North Korean maritime threats, both conventional and nuclear.
The Naval Forces demonstrated range of maritime warfare operations against traditional and nontraditional threats including counter terrorism and antipiracy drills, live weapon firing and antiair warfare procedures.
6) The Army, for example, maintains antiarmor and antiair task forces that analyze battle damage to identify enemy capabilities, friendly technological gaps, countervailing tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs), and areas for product improvement.
The Dauntless carries 48 antiair 'Sea Viper' missiles and two automated Phalanx gatling guns firing over 3,000 rounds a minute - though she has never been tested in combat.
The greatest polluters in Macedonia have provided requests for extension of the deadline for installing antiair pollution equipment which is a prerequisite for obtaining the Aintegrated environmental license.
Makstil, Jugohrom, REK Bitola, Oslomej, TEC Negotino and many other companies requested of the Government to prolong the 1 April deadline for installing antiair pollution equipment, a prerequisite for obtaining the A integrated environmental license.
The ship is designed for surface-to-surface warfare and its weapon system includes surfaceto-surface missiles, close-range antiair missiles, a medium-caliber gun and close-in weapon systems.
In the short term, investments can be made to sustain and enhance the standoff capability of the B-1 and B-52 forces with improvements of air-launched cruise missiles that can be fired from outside the range of Chinese antiair and fighter capabilities.
In 1973, during the fourth Middle East war, North Korea sent 80 military personnel to Egypt, including antiair missile technicians, pilots and warplane maintenance specialists, and about 200 tank personnel and about 30 pilots to Syria, the papers said.
fears Hizbullah deploying advanced antiair systems--paper.