air-to-ground missile

NOUN
  1. a missile designed to be launched from an airplane at a target on the ground
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How To Use air-to-ground missile In A Sentence

  • The helicopter can be armed with a mixture of air-to-air and air-to-ground missiles, unguided rockets, and podded guns.
  • A US official said that the car was struck by a Hellfire air-to-ground missile launched from a pilotless Predator aircraft.
  • Even so, there are still aircraft in which the delivery of bombs or air-to-ground missiles is clearly the primary role.
  • Seven of the barrage's gates were damaged by air-to-ground missiles.
  • Reports that the Royal Air Force are to replace their air-to-ground missiles with 'Nerf Darts' remain unconfirmed. Archive 2009-05-01
  • Caused the air-to-ground missile to obtain "dropped from the clouds strikes the hand fiercely suddenly" the title.
  • In addition to ‘smart ‘bombs, the term is applied to a wide variety of weapons, from air-to-air and air-to-ground missiles to wire-guided torpedoes.
  • It can be armed with Harpoon and Maverick air-to-sea and air-to-ground missiles. KIA KIA/BNR
  • It also can be used as a weapons platform carrying air-to-air and air-to-ground missiles.
  • Joint Nato operational support has come from 18 countries, including the UK and France, with 15 enforcing the no-fly zone and launching air-to-ground missiles. Libya: Nato must up its game to finish what it started | Observer editorial
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