aerial barrage

aerial barrage

aerial barrage
A barrier of barrage balloons as a defense against air attacks. The intruders are likely to be destroyed or damaged by the collision between wires of barrage balloons and the aircraft.
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An aerial barrage "Bolton play a direct style of football.
As the visitors chased the game with an inevitable aerial barrage in the second half, his choice of when to come and punch clear was immaculate.
Gopperth and Goode had one penalty apiece from a bitty first half, which was principally an aerial barrage.
That came just five days after Gary Rowett's side went to Hillsborough and withstood Sheffield Wednesday's aerial barrage to secure a vital away point.
The aerial barrage particularly effective in pinning them back and a string of penalties went against Scotland as the pressure told, and replacement fly-half Patrick Lambie kicked one to make the cushion six points.
99 AERIAL BARRAGE Super soar-away mix six high aerial fireworks that offers a massive shots in total.
Sunderland have the defensive quality to survive an aerial barrage having done well to concede just seven goals in their last seven away matches given that run included trips to Manchester United, Tottenham and Chelsea.
The pacy Jantjes has held off the challenge of Percy Montgomery, while Hook can expect to face an aerial barrage as he starts the first game of his career at 15.
He had not expected to make his senior debut so early in his City career but will surely have been told by Pearce to fully expect an aerial barrage from the I start.
The problem is that at the first sign things are going wrong, on comes Duncan Ferguson and the aerial barrage begins.
Ernesford continued to dominate but Partridge was outstanding at the back and confidently dealt with the aerial barrage.