naval missile

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n naval missile naval weaponry consisting of a missile carried on a warship
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Usage


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Sailors from the White Sands Missile Range Naval Detachment supervise the loading of a Navy Standard Missile 6 into a vertical launch system on White Sands Missile Range.
Vietnam on Aug 22 received the second of two Russian-made guided-missile frigates , local media reported, boosting its naval firepower amid maritime tensions with China.
A North Korean cargo ship suspected of carrying Scud-C ballistic missiles destined for Syria eluded a United States naval task force and made it into port in southern Iran on Monday, Administration officials said today.
An expanded entry gate has improved what was an arduous morning commute through the Naval Weapons Station in Fallbrook, where a HARM Missile is on display.
On October 22,1962, a secret evacuation order was hand delivered to the families of military members serving at US Naval Base, Guantánamo Bay, as the government prepared to respond to the threat of Soviet missiles in Cuba.
On October 22,1962, a secret evacuation order was hand delivered to the families of military members serving at US Naval Base, Guantánamo Bay , as the government prepared to respond to the threat of Soviet missiles in Cuba.
Germany may become one of the first nations to integrate Raytheon's Standard Missile-3 onto its naval vessels according to the German Chief of Naval Operations, Axel Schimpf.
Many ships in the US Naval fleet are also capable of a missile shoot-down and could be deployed off the North Korean coast if necessary.
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