antiaircraft


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antiaircraft

[′an·tē′er‚kraft]
(ordnance)
Used, or designed to be used, against airborne aircraft or missiles. Abbreviated AA.
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Total quantity or scope: The situation with the necessary maintenance kits, spare parts, repair and technical support for antiaircraft 2x35 mm self-propelled GEPARD
By later in 1944, and into 1945, with the Luftwaffe crippled, he was transferred from antiaircraft units to evacuation hospitals.
Eaton said providing low-level arms and resources like medical supplies were "appropriate" but not shoulder-fired antiaircraft missiles.
Syria's existing stock of antiaircraft missiles have sufficient range to hit targets in Lebanese airspace.
Russia agreed to sell Iran S-300 antiaircraft missiles in 2007.
Barak's statements are specifically in response to claims that Damascus is providing its Lebanese ally Hizbullah with antiaircraft Scud missile technology.
CIA pilots had earlier photographed antiaircraft sites in Cuba.
Lest there be any doubt, that means "the Georgian military should be given the antiaircraft and antiarmor systems necessary to deter any renewed Russian aggression" in order to "make clear we will not allow the Russians to forcibly redraw the boundaries of sovereign nations.
All day long, the sound of rockets, antiaircraft guns, and artillery pressed in from all directions.
Troops also seized 13 AK-47 assault rifles, 11 loaded magazines, one antiaircraft machine gun and two other guns.
Three soldiers were killed in a bomb attack in Sri Lanka's northern Jaffna Peninsula late Monday, hours after troops had uncovered a rebel weapons cache that included Russian-made surface-to-air missiles and an antiaircraft gun, the Defense Ministry said Wednesday.
Argentineans are also quite proud of their achievements in airlift and antiaircraft artillery.