antitorpedo

antitorpedo

[‚an·tē·tȯr′pēd·ō]
(ordnance)
Descriptive of equipment, missiles, and the like designed to combat or destroy torpedoes.
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39) Other key losses included the landing vessel Olshansk; two of Ukraine's mine-sweepers, Cherkasy and Chernihiv; the antitorpedo boat Kherson; and the anti-sabotage boat Feodosiya, (40) As a result, the fleet currently operates only ten ships, with thirty-three support vessels.
Our car came with a vertical netting that looked like an antitorpedo trap but presumably is designed for a more likely scenario - such as stopping your shopping from flying around.
PEI has already developed and fielded advanced composite systems such as the composite launch canister, which houses the AntiTorpedo Torpedo (ATT) on the USS Bush; and our experience and knowledge of U.
75" torpedo suitable for use in the surface ship and submarine antitorpedo torpedo defense, and the offensive Compact Rapid Attack Weapon (CRAW) intended for the developing manned and unmanned aerial vehicles.
had radar and air defenses, and could have used antitorpedo netting to protect its capital ships; what's more, the U.
Surface ship torpedo defense has been revitalized; the first hard-kill system, an antitorpedo torpedo, could be fielded by early in the next decade.