Translation of air-to-ground in Spanish:


aire-superficie, adj.

Pronunciation ///ˌɛrdəˈɡraʊnd/


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    (missile) aire-superficie
    (missile) aire-tierra
    • The army's procurement of the anti-tank version of the Hellfire air-to-ground missile was also a bad decision.
    • He was part of an air-to-ground liaison group that landed on Juno beach in Normandy on June 6 1944.
    • Seven of the barrage's gates were damaged by air-to-ground missiles.
    • Germany was an early pioneer of air-to-air and air-to-ground rockets and missiles.
    • In place of the out-dated, hand-operated wireless was the direct air-to-ground voice system enabling captains or first officers to rely on a more time-saving and safer form of communication.
    • France has sent six Mirage 2000 air-to-ground attack aircraft and two C - 135 refuelers.
    • The multi-role fighter can be armed with air-to-surface, air-to-ground and anti-ship missiles, as well as rocket pods, bombs and cluster bombs.
    • In the beginning, the Hornets were armed with air-to-air and air-to-ground weapons, but military officials quickly realized there were no airborne threats.
    • A US official said that the car was struck by a Hellfire air-to-ground missile launched from a pilotless Predator aircraft.
    • An array of avionics and electronics systems gives the F - 15E the capability to fight at low altitude, day or night, and in inclement weather and perform its primary function as an air-to-ground attack aircraft.
    • The appropriate ground or amphibious commander controls all air-to-ground and surface-to-surface attack operations.
    • The first requirement is for instruction in air-to-ground liaison in directing the US Air Force and the RAF to their targets.
    • Further development has afforded the aircraft air-to-ground capabilities, extended range and more advanced sensors.
    • A detection and seeking system for use in air-to-air, air-to-ground and ground-to-air missiles.
    • It is armed with new powerful air-to-ground and air-to-air missiles, an off-axis cannon, and an increased weapon payload.
    • It also can be used as a weapons platform carrying air-to-air and air-to-ground missiles.
    • The same rocket/warhead combination was also used by the RAF as an air-to-ground attack weapon, particularly against tanks and transport during the Normandy campaign in 1944.
    • The first is that despite the accuracy and lethality of air-to-ground fire, the introduction of ground forces is still necessary to compel an enemy to capitulate.
    • Even so, there are still aircraft in which the delivery of bombs or air-to-ground missiles is clearly the primary role.
    • The system is employed in a variety of modes, including autonomous, air-to-ground, direct or indirect, single-shot and rapid or ripple fire.