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  • The $304 million package includes 600 "hard-target penetrator bombs" and other variants weighing 2,000 pounds and 500 pounds, the Pentagon said.

    Pentagon Proposes Arms Sale to Gulf Ally

  • Now, a lot of the guys he was talking to -- and he wouldn't talk to them within earshot of me -- but a lot of the guys he was talking to I assumed were part of these teams that go out with case officers, and they were hunting for those hard-target al Qaeda operatives.

    CNN Transcript Aug 21, 2009

  • Esmerelda and Spaulding had put together a series of plans for hard-target searches.

    STARCRAFT GHOST NOVA

  • In the later stages of the Clinton administration, the CIA actually removed Iraq from the hard-target priority list, according to former participants in the process.

    State of War

  • The special weapons for the Black Jets were the GBU-27 laser-guided hard-target penetrators.

    The Bear and the Dragon

  • The Titan II will be retained well into the 1980s because of its large yield that provides a hard-target kill capability.

    Strategic Air Command: People Aircraft and Missiles 2nd Edition

  • Shade-Two's aircraft was the only one left with the proper ejector racks for the bulky hard-target munitions.

    Red Storm Rising

  • We need a take-charge person who is going to hard-target the illegals and reduce the massive amount of money wasted by the state government.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Also, I was discussing this essay with a friend of mine who serves in the British Royal Air Force and he suggested 'hard-target search', a military term that describes any attempt to intercept and neutralize a heavily armored enemy, be it mobile infantry or stationary fortress structure.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • When the city instituted extra emphasis on community policing, part of the plan was to address "hard-target areas" such as Levin Street.

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