air-to-air


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Antonyms for air-to-air

operating between or launched from or involving rockets or aircraft in flight

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The F-15E Strike Eagle, the air-to-ground variant, was developed to meet ever changing Air Force needs and can carry 23,000 pounds of air-to-ground and air-to-air weapons.
Once implemented, the Infinitus Super Highway will be an air-to-air communication system that should provide low-cost, broadband wireless communication infrastructure from points-to-points, accomplished by using and modifying existing, small, lightweight low-power, low-cost relay station equipment onboard commercial airline aircraft.
Lt Col Peer Geelen (RNLAF), the Director of Operations of the HAW Heavy Airlift Squadron (HAS), points out that training cooperation with the ANG units, the 100 ARW, and the 334 Sqn is an efficient solution to providing the 12 member nations of the SAC with access to C-17As capable of air-to-air refuelling.
Second, we have a very limited number of B-1s left in the inventory--how many should we modify for air-to-air combat?
The capability also brings PAF at par with other modern air forces in terms of sophistication of its air-to-air arsenal, the statement said.
The officer said that the attainment of air-to-air refuelling capability has greatly enhanced PAF's capability in defending the country's airspace.
AMRAAM, in both the air-to-air and surface-launch applications, is the weapon of choice to protect the people, critical infrastructure and resources of our Arab allies.
In a statement, Air Marshal Sir Barry Thornton, the RAF's most senior engineer, said: "We have stopped air-to-air refuelling.
Retired squadron leader Bob Hellyer admitted dodging flights involving air-to-air refuelling during his four-and-a-half years captaining a Nimrod.
Either turbocharged or air-to-air aftercooled configurations are available.
The F-16 is the low end of the mix--more affordable, more numbers, optimized for air-to-ground vice the air-to-air mission of the F-15.
After this T-38 course, Polish pilots will continue to fly the T-38 in the Introduction to Fighter Fundamentals (IFF) program and be taught how the USAF conducts air-to-air and air-to-surface missions.
Upon arriving in the warning areas east of Okinawa, Badman focused on using their air-non-combat expenditure allowance of air-to-air weapons.
The P5CTS is a rangeless air-to-air and air-to-ground training system that will support real-time air combat training for the US Air Force and Navy.