Definition of 'ground-to-air'
Example sentences containing 'ground-to-air'
If there were only some ground-to-air missiles, SAMs, Adam thought, as he saw the enemy passing overhead unmolested.KARA KUSH
The ground-to-air missiles and the MiG fighters and fighter-bombers are for national defence, against invaders and so on.KARA KUSH
Definition of ground-to-air from the Collins English Dictionary
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