ground-to-ground love



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  • adj. fired from the ground at a target on the ground


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  • Government forces attacked isolated rebel strongholds in western Libya over the weekend, striking a fuel terminal in rebel-held Misrata with ground-to-ground rockets and igniting a fire that threatened the besieged port city's fuel supply.

    Libya Tribal Appeal to Rebels Falls Flat

  • Intellect Ltd. This Chinese postcard, from the 1980s, depicts ground-to-ground long-range missiles being wheeled through Beijing in a military parade.

    Greetings From Los Alamos!

  • The pieces are in place: Iran has shipped to Syria SCUD and M-600 ground-to-ground missiles capable of reaching every major Israeli population center and talk of war is in the air.

    Amb. Marc Ginsberg: Is Iran Actually Containing the U.S.?

  • That's something quite disturbing and I think that they are developing ground-to-ground missiles that now reaches Eastern Europe and some parts of Russia and some of the previous Soviet Union's Asian kind of members but in five years it might reach Western Europe.

    Q&A with Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak

  • No one knew how he had ended up in Egypt in the first place—but it was speculated that he might have been among a number of East Germans that Nasser had recruited to help him build ground-to-ground missiles for the army.

    Crossing Mandelbaum Gate

  • Agence France-Presse/Getty Images Iran developed the ground-to-ground Sajil missile, which it test fired late last year despite international sanctions designed to slow the nation's weapons programs.

    Fresh Clues of Iranian Nuclear Intrigue

  • We suspect they are probably already working on warheads for ground-to-ground missiles which are much more sophisticated than those carried by the Enola Gay [the airplane that dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima].

    A Different View

  • One of Beijing's deepest objections to TMD, says a former Pentagon official, is that the guidance systems can be adapted to ground-to-ground offensive missiles.

    Defending Taiwan

  • Mr. Medvedev said the Kremlin would deploy ground-to-ground missiles in its westernmost territory in Europe, the Russian enclave of Kaliningrad, bordering on European Union members Poland and Lithuania.

    Medvedev Sends President-Elect a Tough Message

  • Israel radio reports that the ground-to-ground missile, "Jericho-3," can carry conventional or non-conventional warheads.

    Iran Test-Fires More Missiles


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