missile

All Noun
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  • It is the largest air-to-air missile in the world to ever go into production.
  • Also, the missile can send data about its status back to the commander.
  • The same day, a successful short range missile test was also conducted.
  • The aircraft had probably been struck by a surface to air missile.
  • He served for two years in the anti-aircraft missile troops.
  • Most modern combat aircraft can carry at least a pair of air-to-air missiles.
  • Most modern combat aircraft can carry at least a pair of air-to-air missiles.
  • Total service was limited to no more than ten nuclear armed missiles active at any time.
  • The individual missiles may have been in poor condition, as none scored a direct hit.
  • Missiles were occasionally shot from the castle walls, but these were given little attention.
  • In response, both sides increased their efforts to develop long-range missiles.
  • In response, both sides increased their efforts to develop long-range missiles.
  • He also carried two air-to-air missiles and two automatic machine guns.
  • When first proposed, no one had built a digital computer that would fit in a missile.
  • However, modern attack aircraft are often equipped with air-to-air missiles for self-defense.
  • However, modern attack aircraft are often equipped with air-to-air missiles for self-defense.
  • The report strongly suggested that future air combat would be carried out primarily by long-range missile fire.
  • Seven people were wounded when another private vehicle was hit by an anti-tank missile.
  • This is the first known use of an anti-ship missile against land targets.
  • Therefore even with radio communications out of action the individual missiles are able to guide themselves.
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Meaning of missile

  • noun A rocket carrying a warhead of conventional or nuclear explosives; may be ballistic or directed by remote control