aerial observation

aerial observation

[′e·rē·əl ‚äb·zər′vā·shən]
(ordnance)
Observation from aircraft of artillery fire.
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Near the end of the book are a few stories from fellow pilots, including notable contributions from Philip Payne detailing his aerial observation of a nuclear detonation in the Nevada desert and Ray James describing a visual reconnaissance mission over the Ho Chi Minh Trail in Vietnam.
5ft, and provides aerial observation, day or night, at line-of-sight ranges up to approximately 10km.
There's no end to the aerial observation and the bombardment," said Abdel-Rahim Duhaik, a teacher in Talbiseh.
2 pounds, the hand-launched Raven provides aerial observation, day or night, at line-of-sight ranges up to approximately 6.
Tulugaq is poised to make use of the benefits that unmanned aerial observation brings.
The treaty establishes a regime of unarmed aerial observation flights over the entire territory of its participants.
In addition to the traditional methods of intelligence collection: patrolling, observation, prisoner interrogation, and document translation, Nolan added aerial observation, aerial photography, and radio intelligence.
MEF aerial observation occurred at Gallipoli but was still in its early stages and coordination with the ground forces was extremely difficult.
According to Hadjimitsis, aerial observation and space technology can be vital for monitoring systematic environments, water resources and cultural heritage management.
Army activated 102 balloon companies for use in aerial observation of the enemy's front line, and of these balloon companies thirty-six saw service in France.
The Met has three helicopters which operate as aerial observation and communication platforms, providing a vital resource to officers on the ground.
Firepower, aerial observation, heavy weapons are far less effective, ask General von Paulus.