Beam attack | Article about beam attack by The Free Dictionary
beam attack[′bēm ə′tak]
An attack directed against the side of an aircraft, a tank, or a ship.
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An attack by an interceptor aircraft attack, which terminates with a heading crossing angle greater than 45° but less than 135°.
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