air-to-ground missile


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Noun1.air-to-ground missile - a missile designed to be launched from an airplane at a target on the groundair-to-ground missile - a missile designed to be launched from an airplane at a target on the ground
missile - a rocket carrying a warhead of conventional or nuclear explosives; may be ballistic or directed by remote control
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Designed at PZL Mielec as a lighter weight, lower cost alternative to currently fielded dual-station external wings, a single-station pylon attached to one or both sides of the aircraft will be compatible with the advanced weapon system that allows Black Hawk pilot gunners to support battlefield operations using forward firing guns, rockets and air-to-ground missiles.
Qamar-e Bani Hashem is an air-to-air and air-to-ground missile with a range of over 8km with the capability of destroying armored targets, ground equipment and enemy forces and can also be fired in the dark.
Air-to-ground missile systems can use high power lithium batteries to replace large silver-zinc battery packs, shortening design and production cycles and reducing costs due to simplified manufacturing and greater availability.
In this article, the authors trace the development of the materiel availability Key Performance Parameter (KPP) for the Joint Air-to-Ground Missile (JAGM).
The four parts of the contest tested pilots' skill in long-range strafing, manual bombing, low-angle strafing and employing the AGM-65 Maverick air-to-ground missile.
Raytheon Missile Systems, a designer and manufacturer of missile systems including the AGM-65 Maverick F2, G2, and JX Air-to-Ground Missile variants, has a contract with the United Kingdom Ministry of Defense for the portable MTS-206 Maverick Field Test Sets produced by Geotest.
Maverick is a precision, air-to-ground missile that is used against small, hard targets; armored vehicles; surface-to-air missile sites; and high value targets such as ships, port facilities and communications centers.
As their charter expands, they will be adding additional air-to-ground missile technical support.
Specifically, the Air Force requires the drone to "provide around-the-clock reconnaissance support under adverse weather conditions [and] in areas where enemy defenses have not been adequately suppressed." Recently, the Predator has been outfitted with a Hellfire air-to-ground missile, theoretically making it the perfect weapon for hunting down Taliban troops and al Qaeda hideouts without putting U.S.
''Were it militarily exhausted, why has Iraq succeeded to neutralize the HARM air-to-ground missile? Why is the U.S.
After having spent $100 million on brand-new air-to-ground missile systems for our CF-18 Hornets, the Canadian air force was thus able to celebrate its 75th anniversary in a fitting style: dropping explosive ordnance onto the already battered region of Kosovo.

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