Translation of air-to-surface in Spanish:


aire-tierra, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌɛrtəˈsərfəs///


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    • It is effective against very small and very fast targets such as air-to-surface attack missiles.
    • American tactical air doctrine had not changed very much, notwithstanding the progress made in both air-to-air and air-to-surface weapons.
    • ‘I don't think there's any other organization in the world that takes care of family like the Air Force,’ said a program manager at the air-to-surface munitions directorate.
    • On average, my pilots employed air-to-surface weapons twice on 85 missions during our squadron's 24-week deployment.
    • The missile, an air-to-surface warhead developed in the past few years, is finally ready for action.
    • China has four different submarine-building programs and a massive inventory of surface-to-surface and air-to-surface missiles.
    • At the same time, unmanned offensive air weapons, precision-weapon warheads and air-to-surface missiles are always within the range of military air defense weapons when the former engage protected installations.
    • The radar has ten air-to-surface and ten air-to-ground modes for navigation fixing and weapon aiming.
    • Some costs are straightforward, such as the time, money, and political clout required to develop suitable air-to-surface ranges, carve out military operating areas, and provide and allocate training munitions and sorties.
    • For ground attack, the aircraft can be armed with rocket pods, bombs, cluster bombs or air-to-surface missiles.
    • The F / A - 18 is equipped with a range of precision weapons including air-to-air and air-to-surface missiles, laser-guided bombs and conventional bombs in addition to its 20 mm nose cannon.
    • These older aircraft configured to carry air-to-surface missiles were reconfigured to carry the new supersonic missile.
    • It is a guidance kit that converts unguided free-fall bombs into capable and cost-effective air-to-surface smart weapons.
    • The new missile will fill a perceived gap in longer range air-to-surface defence capabilities following the retirement of the F - 111s and introduction of their replacements.
    • There can be hundreds of sorties on a daily basis to deliver massed strikes with precision air-to-surface missiles without flying above enemy territory.
    • ‘We've got the best munitions with the best storage in the Air Force, and it's always ready to go wherever and whenever it's needed,’ said an officer.
    • These included components for air-to-surface missiles, aircraft machine guns, armoured personnel carriers, combat aircraft, torpedoes and combat helicopters.
    • As warnings were broadcast, the Mirage fired two Exocet air-to-surface missiles.
    • The NATO Frigate Helicopter can be armed with anti-submarine torpedoes, air-to-surface missiles and air-to-air missiles.
    • The anti-surface version is able to carry a range of air-to-surface missiles, including sea-skimming anti-ship missiles.