missile launcher


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missile launcher

[ˈmɪsaɪlˌlɔːntʃəʳ] nlanciamissili m inv
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Meanwhile British forces discovered an Iraqi surface-to-air missile launcher in a Basra hospital yesterday.
The third element, the mobile missile launcher, then fires off the missiles, which can hit anything in the sky within a range of 43 miles and up to 15 miles high.
and British warplanes patrolling Iraq's southern no-fly zone on Monday bombed an Iraqi anti-ship missile launcher the U.S.
The Arabic-language website of Sputnik reported that the Syrian army has 36 Russia-made heavy missile launchers BM-27 Uragan (Tornado) that stands second to another Russian missile launcher, BM-30 Smerch, in the world.
China also put on display Tuesday its other new military acquisitions such as missile launchers. The Zhuhai Airshow 2014 featured the new missile launcher FB 60 which, according to (http://economictimes.com) Economic Times , can fire 48 missiles at one single time to targets within a 30-km radius.
MISSILE LAUNCHER: Rollins's helmet flies off as he is hit by pitcher Lee's 90mph-plus throw AP
While many of Cheshire's more wealthy residents like to be seen in top-of-the-range sports cars, one has traded hers in for a missile launcher.
The missile that downed Malaysia Airlines MH17 in July came from Russia that was set off from a Buk missile launcher also supplied by the same country to separatist rebels in Ukraine, a crowd-sourced investigation claimed.
UN: United Nations officials are investigating allegations that China supplied technology for a North Korean missile launcher in a possible breach of UN sanctions, a leading defence journal said Thursday.
The coalition command said in a statement that its air force warplanes raided the missile launcher instantly after it was unleashed in the direction of the Saudi territory.

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