air–to–surface

adjective air–to–sur·face

Definition of air–to–surface

  1. :  launched from an airplane or helicopter at a target on the earth's surface The B-52G … was equipped at one time with the Hound Dog air-to-surface missile, which had a range of over 500 miles. — Jeffrey A. Merkley, B-1B Bomber and Options for Enhancements, 1988

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First Known Use of air–to–surface

1946


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