miss distance

miss distance

miss distance
The maximum distance at which the explosion of a missile head can be expected to damage seriously its target.
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The continued research in this field has allowed T&E practitioners to expand their analysis and evaluation to include multiple responses such as time to acquire a target and miss distance.
th] Field Artillery fired numerous Excalibur Ib rounds, scoring several target hits and averaging less than two meters miss distance.
After talking to my WSO, and based on the sight picture and track-crossing rate after the pass, we estimated our miss distance to be about 20 feet with wing overlap (the P-3 crew later estimated 30 feet).
Visitors at the Universal Target Systems Ltd pavilion which showcases the Miss Distance Indicator scoring system that simulates the threat of attacking aircraft, missiles and drones.
Close-approaches by NEOs during 2011 Designation Date Miss distance 2011 (LD) (AU) 2009 BS5 11-Jan 03.
Both pilots agreed the miss distance was about 30ft (9 metres) horizontally, with the singleton pilot saying there was a high risk of collision, the report said.
smaller miss distance and less acceleration command.
Under the contract, Meggitt Defence Systems will provide Banshee and Voodoo free-flying targets, pop-up helicopter targets, Microdops Doppler radar Miss Distance Indicator (MDI) scoring systems and ground equipment.
5 hour missions, and drop the weapons, and the average miss distance of the weapons, whether they are 2,000 pounders or 500 pounders is inside the length of the weapon.
The acoustic system provides azimuth, elevation, range, caliber, miss distance and GPS location of sniper fire.