Typically, air-to-ground munitions can outrange
ground-to-air munitions acquired at similar cost because they are released at higher elevations, permitting them additional flight time before gravity pulls them to earth.
The move led to prominent airlines from Australia, India, Japan, South Korea, the U.S., and Vietnam to conform to the demand, and resulted in significant outrange
. Protests were held in Canada, public outrage from lawmakers in the U.S., and indecision in response to public discontent in Japan.
Early on, the Army discovered that the strength of the beam did not outrange
enemy artillery but possessed enough candlepower to illuminate incoming aircraft.
Indian carrier aircraft far outrange
this weapon's 290 km striking reach.
The AIOU also introduced a number of financial aid schemes for the students including Earn to Learn scheme, Merit Scholarship scheme, Outrange
Scholarship, Final Year Project Grant, Scholarship for Communities, Scholarship for Women, Fee Installment, etc., he added.
The Humvee mounted the Computerised Autonomous Recoil Rapid Deployed Outrange
Figures 11-13 display the in-range displacement percentages resulting from the different grooves, sliders, and initial locations of the vibration absorber, and Figures 14-16 exhibit the outrange
The overlying strata of coal seam can be divided into two parts: the outrange
of overlying strata spatial structure of stope that consists of no significant move rock beams in the stress arch that does not move significantly and the overlying strata spatial structure that is composed of kinetic rock strata in the breaking arch that affects the ground pressure of stope directly.
However, incidence of TB may still outrange
that of pulmonary NTM infection in most European countries [19, 27].
Although the trace-gas analyzer was set to compensate humidity interference, the outrange
water vapor concentrations in this study could have promoted overestimation of C[O.sub.2] and [N.sub.2]O concentrations determined by PAS in relation to GC results, and the lack of relationship between C[H.sub.4] results from PAS and GC.
The British first became aware of the jezail during the First Afghan War, where the arms were reported to outrange
smoothbore muskets by 100 yards or more.