antisubmarine patrol

antisubmarine patrol

The systematic and continuing investigation of an area or along a line to detect or hamper submarines, used when the direction of submarine movement can be established. See also antisubmarine barrier.
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A unit of antisubmarine patrol aircraft, P-3C, and vessels from Maritime Self Defense Force participated in a multinational naval exercise called AMAN which was organized by the Pakistan Navy recently to advance mutual understandings.
A unit of antisubmarine patrol aircraft, P-3C, and vessels from Maritime Self Defence Force participated in a multinational naval exercise called AMAN which was organised by Pakistan Navy recently to advance mutual understandings.
A unit of antisubmarine patrol aircraft, P-3C and vessels from Maritime Self Defence forces participated in a multinational naval exercises called AMAN which was organized by the Pakistan Navy recently to advance mutual understandings.
A unit of antisubmarine patrol aircraft, P30, and vessels from Maritime Self Defense Force participated in a multinational naval exercise called AMAN which was organized by the Pakistan Navy recently to advance mutual understandings, he said.
Learning to do stunts is a lot more interesting than spending boring hours on antisubmarine patrol in heavy patrol bombers, which I was to do over the Atlantic and the northern Pacific.
Drucker was named for the book's subject, Roy Baker-Falkner but was born a decade after BF, as he was known, was lost on an antisubmarine patrol late in World War II.
Aggressor aircraft attacked Randolph after intercepting the radar of an antisubmarine patrol plane circling the carrier.
Wilbur Gwinn, who was flying a routine antisubmarine patrol. He radioed ahead to the island of Peleliu, "many men in the water."
He was on an antisubmarine patrol in the Atlantic attacking the enemy vessel when a flak shell burst inside his Cat-alina aircraft.
military began to construct an antenna base for antisubmarine patrol planes at the airfield.
Opposition parties, which control the majority in the legislature, argued that the arms package worth NT$610.8 billion (about US$18 billion), including eight diesel-electric submarines, 12 P-3C antisubmarine patrol aircraft and six sets of PAC-3 launchers and 388 Patriot air defense missiles, is overpriced.
The government filed the damages suit in December 2000 as the MSDF attributed the accident to an alleged defect of the SH-60J antisubmarine patrol helicopter, which burst into flames at a U.S.

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