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downrange

[′dau̇n‚rānj]
(aerospace engineering)
Any area along the flight course of a rocket or missile test range.
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All this compulsive quality control results in some uncanny consistency downrange.
The accompanying chart shows a comparison of downrange energies for the cartridges fired from actual revolvers.
In this unique environment the downrange area was cleared and the backstop was the Alaskan mountain range some 50 miles away.
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Finally, Dennis Duke, Dana Sims, and James Pharmer take us downrange, discussing how workload task analysis can help the decision-making process for developing warfighter training systems.
In the extreme case of a near-grazing impact, a ricochet occurs, and the impactor (or parts of it) skips back above the surface before landing downrange.
How to Leave the War Downrange and Feel at Home Again" is a guide for soldiers who are struggling with the transition from the battlefield to their everyday lives.
Serious downrange performance is achieved through a mix of Premium copper-plated lead and nickel-plated Flitestopper lead, which translates into full, consistent patterns and fewer lost birds.
Time can be of the essence when operators are using robots to go downrange to investigate a roadside bomb.
Micek is now ready to tackle another challenge--testing his warrior skills downrange.
Tungsten, because of its ultra-high density, maintains hard-hitting velocity farther downrange.
FINANCIAL security at home can mean one less distraction for Soldiers downrange.