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Infantry Corps (Israel) - Overview - Missiles and Rockets
... the corps uses a variety of grenades, rockets, and missiles ... designated weapon against them are Anti-tank guided missiles, which are more expensive and difficult to operate than RPGs ... The corps primarily uses Tow and the Spike missiles ...
Royal Army Of Oman - Equipment - Artillery
... SP-AAGs (9) ZU-23 2x23mm AAGs (4-5) M-167A2 VADS 20mm AAG Crotale anti-aircraft missile Mistral anti-aircraft missile (54) launchers\230 missiles ... Rapier MK-2\Jernas SAMs (40) launchers\600 Rapier-1+ 800 Rapier-2 missiles ... Blowpipe MANPADs-200 missiles ...
Ghaznavi (missile) - Criticism
... Pakistan for naming its lethal ballistic missiles and other weaponry after Afghan kings and rulers (i.e ... Pakistan declined to change the missiles' names stating that these Muslim rulers are considered heroes in Pakistan as well, and naming missiles after them is not controversial ...
Transporter Erector Launcher
... integrated prime mover that can carry, elevate to firing position and launch one or more missiles ... Such vehicles exist for both surface-to-air missiles and surface-to-surface missiles ... Early such missiles were launched from fixed sites and had to be loaded onto trucks for transport, making them more vulnerable to attack since once they were spotted by the enemy they couldn't easily be ...
F-22 Interceptor - Gameplay
... In each level, the player's F-22 is targeted by surface-to-air missiles, enemy aircraft, and artillery ... targets and complete the objectives using a wide range of missiles, from heat seeking missiles, precision-guided bombs, and chaffs ...

Famous quotes containing the word missiles:

    Our missiles always make too short an arc:
    They fall, they rip the grass, they intersect
    The curve of earth, and striking, break their own;
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    At the rate science proceeds, rockets and missiles will one day seem like buffalo—slow, endangered grazers in the black pasture of outer space.
    Bernard Cooper (b. 1936)