- adj. propelled by (or as if propelled by) a rocket engine
“In a statement, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said that during the past few days, forces loyal to Mr. Gbagbo have intensified and escalated their use of heavy weapons such as mortars, rocket-propelled grenades and heavy machine guns against the civilian population in Abidjan.”
“Rebel leaders have consistently voiced frustration with the limited weapons in their arsenal, which is largely consists of small arms, such as machine guns, rocket-propelled grenades and short-range rockets.”
“Our headquarters has been attacked almost continuously during the last three days by small arms and by heavy weapons also mortars, rocket-propelled grenades.”
“In a statement today, Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon said, "In the past few days, forces loyal to Mr. Gbagbo have intensified and escalated their use of heavy weapons such as mortars, rocket-propelled grenades and heavy machine guns against the civilian population in Abidjan.”
“Also Saturday in Kabul, two insurgents fired small arms and rocket-propelled grenades at Camp Phoenix, a U.S.-led coalition base that is one of the main training centers for the Afghan army and police.”
“Agree with Natedog; also, the cannon needs to fire rocket-propelled chainsaws.”
“Kabul Under Attack Reuters Afghan policemen arrive at the site of a rocket-propelled attack in Kabul Sept. 13.”
“Throughout Tuesday afternoon and into the night, rocket-propelled grenades and gunfire pelted the streets near the Norwegian, Danish and other Western embassies, and hit a school bus full of children.”
“These were five guys that rumbled into town with RPGs rocket-propelled grenades under their car seats.”
“Afghan and coalition helicopters fired at insurgents in the building, who were armed with suicide vests and ammunition for rocket-propelled grenades and machine guns.”
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