Definition of ground-to-air in English:
Directed or operating from the ground to an aircraft in flight: a ground-to-air missile
More example sentences
- There are no heavy machine guns, no anti-aircraft guns, no ground-to-air missiles, not even rocket-propelled grenades.
- There is a perceived threat of ground-to-air capability by the enemy.
- The ground-to-air missiles, according to Jane's Defence, are "obsolescent" with "more propaganda than practical value".
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