incendiary rocket

incendiary rocket

[in′sen·dē‚er·ē ′räk·ət]
(ordnance)
A rocket with a warhead designed to produce an incendiary effect at the target.
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Other, heavier rockets--including a 28-centimeter, high-explosive rocket (with an approximate range of 1,925 meters) and a 32-centimeter incendiary rocket (with an approximate range of 2,200 meters)--were developed in parallel with the 15-centimeter Smoke Projector 41.
The M202A1 incendiary rocket launcher replaced it, but is not specifically designed for tunnels.
One would think that if not grateful, Lebanese politicians and officials would at least desist from their venomous insinuations and innuendo toward the premier so he can succeed in his firefighting missions without having to contend with incendiary rockets from these miscreants.
This Russian tank-mounted rocket launcher can incinerate eight city blocks," Popular Mechanics wrote on Monday, adding that the TOS-1A Heavy Flamethrower System, in addition to traditional incendiary rockets, can also fire thermobaric rockets.
It has been confirmed that incendiary rockets were used in Ilovaisk and the village of Luhanskoye, in the Southeast in August and October 2014," he said.
Russian security forces stormed the school on the third day of the standoff using tanks, incendiary rockets and other heavy weapons.
Government troops are using tanks, artillery and incendiary rockets against rebel forces massed in Dafniya, about 18 miles west of Misrata.