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kill ratio

The ratio of one's own victories to losses. Also called an exchange ratio.
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During the F-22's first Operational Readiness Inspection the aircraft was rated excellent in all categories with a 221-0 kill ratio against opposing aircraft.
Changes in the Global Kill Ratio were also made, and these modifications involve the Outsider, Jessamine, Meagan, Delilah and the Unkillable NPCs.
Meanwhile, Lacy is also the star of new action film Kill Ratio, which will be released in US cinemas next month.
The recurring killings and injuries by both sides -- remember, the kill ratio is around 6 to 1, and the injuries ratio is around 21 to 1 in favor of Israel -- reflect the deep imbalance and injustice that define this situation.
As an illustration, for the 9th Infantry Division during a particularly brutal campaign, the kill ratio increased to 134:1, but the number of enemy troops did not decline.
During a briefing by General Kayani some years ago, which was preceded by a presentation by a Brigadier, a slide talked about the sacrifices of our soldiers and with a lot of pride showed that our officer-to-jawan kill ratio is 1:8 i.
With a 100% kill ratio, the process will increase a property's curb appeal, while leaving behind a spore block inhibitor to protect against future stains.
During World War II, VF-2 was involved in campaigns such as the battle of Coral Sea, Tarawa, and the Mariana Islands, shooting down 267 enemy aircraft while only losing three VF-2 aircraft in aerial combat (a kill ratio of 87:1).
We did observe that the pistols and carbines in some scenarios gave a better kill ratio than the laser-pointed ones.
This is a kill ratio of more than 100 Palestinians to every one Israeli.
5 round average per shotshell to bird-on-the-ground kill ratio.
The experienced Polish and Czech squadrons achieved a better kill ratio against the Germans than the British squadrons.