short-range attack missile
short-range attack missile[′shȯrt ¦rānj ə′tak ‚mis·əl]
An air-to-surface and air-to-air solid-fuel guided missile that uses inertial guidance for complete immunity to jamming; target coordinates are fed into the missile by a computer on the aircraft just before launch. Abbreviated SRAM.
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