kill ratio

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kill ratio

The ratio of one's own victories to losses. Also called an exchange ratio.
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Boyd studied history, and following the Vietnam conflict, he was all too aware of the slipping kill ratios of American fighter pilots.
Conventional systems immerse single lamps in fluid; we use multiple high powered UV-C lamps around tubes to achieve higher volume kill ratios making iPURtech uniquely suitable for scale up.
Calculating kill ratios and controlling strikes as with chemical weapons and nuclear weapons are nearly impossible with biological weapons.
Navy aviators--benefiting from stronger unit integrity, better training, and shorter flying distances than their Air Force counterparts--hit a wider range of targets while achieving more favorable kill ratios against defending MiGs.
It was widely acknowledged that the system for measurement of progress, based on body counts and kill ratios, fell victim to the natural optimistic bias of military men.
And we cannot afford to continue to send our nation's sons and daughters into combat in bombers designed in the 1940's while we have the ability to buy new strike aircraft that achieve 108:0 kill ratios.
Over several simulated air battles, the Raptors have achieved a very impressive 108:0 kill ratio.
Still, we are left to decide if the atrocity was caused, as historian Guenter Lewy has argued, by "individual moral failure," or, as Ridenhour put it, by an outgrowth "of body counts and kill ratios and fire-free zones and search-and-destroy missions.
When equipped for air superiority missions and provided with a stand-up enemy, they ran up impressive kill ratios.
The next testing will be to confirm its effectiveness and kill ratios against:
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.