antisubmarine missile

antisubmarine missile

[¦an·tē‚səb·mə′rēn ′mis·əl]
(ordnance)
A missile whose target is a submarine.
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The 8,422-ton destroyer, which can carry Tomahawk cruise missiles as well as antiaircraft and antisubmarine missiles, participated in the U.
Antisubmarine missiles (Asroc and Subroc), submarine-launched antisurface missiles (Harpoon and Tomahawk), and Tomahawk land-attack missiles also are chronicled.
Aegis destroyers mount a below-deck vertical missile launching system capable of firing a combination of up to 90 Standard surface-to-air, Tomahawk surface-to-surface and antisubmarine missiles.
The 8,422-ton vessel, capable of carrying Tomahawk cruise missiles as well as antiaircraft and antisubmarine missiles, was also making the port call despite requests not to do so by the Nagasaki city and prefectural governments.
The Curtis Wilbur, Vincennes and Cowpens are able to carry Tomahawk cruise missiles as well as antiaircraft and antisubmarine missiles.
Aegis destroyers mount a below-deck vertical missile launching system capable of firing a combination of up to 90 Standard surface- to-air, Tomahawk surface-to-surface, and antisubmarine missiles.
Aegis destroyers mount a below-deck vertical missile-launching system capable of firing up to 90 Standard surface-to-air, Tomahawk surface-to-surface and antisubmarine missiles.

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