antiradiation missile


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antiradiation missile

A missile which homes passively on a radiation source. Also called ARM. See also guided missile.
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10) In 1992 during an air show in Moscow, Russia announced that its Kh-31 (AS-17) antiradiation missile had been modified specifically to target AWACS with a range of nearly 100 miles.
15 The High Speed Antiradiation Missile Demonstration project demonstrated the maturity of an integral rocket ramjet propulsion system, at the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico.
Passive jamming is another appellation for chaff while active-passive refers to combining aircraft survivability equipment (ASE) jamming with chaff by, for example, reflecting the ASE jamming signal off chaff, thereby misdirecting a jamming antiradiation missile (ARM).
AGM-88A/B/C High-speed Antiradiation Missile (HARM)
Besides, Ng-A-Qui shoots back--using a high-speed antiradiation missile, among her choices of ammunition.
Operational applications include surveillance and navigation operations that are immune to antiradiation missile attack, and passive support for covert operations.
As a result, it has developed stealth aircraft, modern jamming systems like the miniature air launched decoy jammer (MALD-J), and the high-speed antiradiation missile (HARM) to suppress and degrade enemy radar-the center of gravity of an air defense network.
Having completed the transition to the F/A-18F Super Hornet, the Checkmates checked out some new weaponry when, on 11 May, the squadron performed its first AGM-88 High-Speed Antiradiation Missile shoot, at the Pacific Missile Test Range off Point Mugu, Calif.
These new F-16s are to be fitted, like' the F-16s previously acquired by the ROKAF, with the AN/ALQ-165 Airborne Self-Protection Jammer (ASPJ), the AN/APG-68(V)7 radar, LANTIRN navigation/targeting pods and advanced identification-friend-or-foe systems, as well as the capability to carry the Harpoon antiship missile and the High-speed AntiRadiation Missile.
This ranges from using a barrage jammer that sprays signals over a wide frequency spectrum to the use of an antiradiation missile (ARM) homing in on a radar antenna.
Following the MISSLEX, the Gauntlets of Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) 136 led a high-speed antiradiation missile (HARM) shoot.
Quickly reading the data from their Multipurpose Advanced Tactical Terminal (which will replace the plethora of screens and laptop readouts currently in the Prowler), the crew fires a high-speed antiradiation missile (HARM) at the target, temporarily forcing the SAM to shut down.