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hellfire

1. the torment and punishment of hell, envisaged as eternal fire
2. characterizing sermons or preachers that emphasize this aspect of Christian belief
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Caption: An MQ-8B Fire Scout unmanned air vehicle, top, conducts laser designation of an AGM-114N Hellfire missile for an MH-60S Seahawk helicopter attached to the amphibious assault ship USS America (LHA 6).
The hellfire is forced underground into the tunnels, but it heads to Bonnie.
In the wake of the Paris attacks, US pilots wrote "From Paris, With Love" as a taunting message to Daesh on Hellfire missiles and JDAM bombs.
The system is the first off-the-shelf product that is compatible with Lockheed Martin's Hellfire and Longbow missiles.
We're accelerating our foreign military sales, deliveries, and are looking to provide an additional shipment of Hellfire missiles as early as this spring," he said.
SOUNDBITES SOUNDBITES |THE GOD of Hellfire and his six |piece band will play Saltburn's Spa Hotel tonight.
The 28-year-old royal - who is serving on the frontline in Afghanistan and is nicknamed Big H by his comrades - unleashed a devastating 100lb Hellfire missile on the chief during an attack in October.
Blasphemers & blackguards; the Irish Hellfire Clubs.
As equipment is transitioned out of Iraq, perhaps none is more critical than the HELLFIRE missile system.
75 HE rockets, AGM-114 Hellfire missiles, and 30mm ammo.
Details about the missile's problems have been slowly emerging as part of Lockheed-Martin's bid to have Congress fund the latest upgrade of the Hellfire missile called "Version R" or "Romeo II.
The new version of the Hellfire missile is more powerful and can be used against a wider variety of targets, The Nation reports.