American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Operating from or designed to be fired from aircraft at targets on the ground: air-to-surface missiles.
- adj. operating from or designed to be fired from aircraft at targets on the ground
“And of course others have already mentioned that the same tech could be used in air-to-surface and surface-to-surface applications.”
“If it works surface-to-air first, then perhaps there is future air-to-surface potential.”
“A girl in a hand-me-down dress several sizes too large picks a flower from the spray of scarlet wild poppies stretching skyward on unsteady stems from a crater hollowed out by an air-to-surface missile.”
“He announced this on the same day that Iran tested a precision air-to-surface missile with a 70-mile range, a weapon that would give it the ability to threaten American and other ships operating in the Persian Gulf.”
“Meanwhile, Iran has just announced that it successfully tested a new air-to-surface missile.”
“Su-24: A Soviet swing-wing bomber that carries a variety of precision air-to-surface missiles.”
“The helicopters fired one air-to-surface missile at 2: 30 am and then returned to another location of the Sudan armed forces northeast of Baida at 6: 15 am, firing one air-to-surface missile," he said.”
“On April 20, an air-to-surface missile killed Nour al-Dibari in Gaza.”
“In January 2008, an air-to-surface missile struck a civilian vehicle carrying three members of the Al-Yazji family killing Mohammed Al-Yazji, his five-year old son, and his 40-year old brother.”
“In May 2007, an air-to-surface missile targeted the Al-Hayia family at his eastern Gaza meeting hall.”
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