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air-to-air

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Definition of air-to-air in English:

adjective

Directed or operating from one aircraft to another in flight: an air-to-air missile
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  • The Air Force's two 707 air-to-air refuelling aircraft on deployment are due to return home soon.
  • The very first air-to-air missile was an aircraft rocket designed primarily for antiballoon or anti-Zeppelin work.
  • Some added more flight time by posing as enemy aircraft for air-to-air battles.

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