point defense


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point defense

The defense of a particular location or spot, such as a city or an airfield, as distinguished from an area defense or line defense.
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HEL weapons can provide point defense against surface and air threats both ashore and in a maritime environment.
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The core businesses of IAI, all developed and manufactured in-house, include: unmanned air vehicles, airborne early warning systems, anti-tactical ballistic missile systems, space satellites and launchers, defense electronic devices, smart weapons systems, optronic payloads, point defense systems, executive jets and reconfiguration and upgrades of commercial and military aircraft.
Enhancements to Juniper's End Point Defense Initiative, coupled with its ability to create granular access policy-enforcement rules, put a lot of power into our hands.
Captain Kate Major, also a senior, plays a point defense position.
USS PORTER's multimission 5"/54 caliber gun can be used as an anti-ship weapon, close-in point defense or in support of forces ashore with naval surface fire support.