air–to–ground

adjective

Definition of air–to–ground

  1. :  launched from an airplane or helicopter at a target on the ground :  air-to-surface The United States has already armed its first generation of unmanned vehicles … with air-to-ground munitions and used them frequently in operations over the past decade. — Scott Jasper, Securing Freedom in the Global Commons, 2010 an air-to-ground attack

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First Known Use of air–to–ground

1935


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