air-defense artillery

air-defense artillery

[′er di¦fens ‚är′til·ə·rē]
(ordnance)
Weapons and equipment for actively combating air targets from the ground. Abbreviated ADA.
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Experts at the defense ministry have succeeded in building a short-range air-defense artillery system that is able to fire 4,000 shots per minute," Vahidi said in an interview with FNA.
This becomes the birth date of the field artillery and air-defense artillery.