- operating between airborne objects, especially aircraft: air-to-air missiles; air-to-air communication.
- from one aircraft, missile, or the like, to another while in flight: They refueled air-to-air.
Origin of air-to-air
First recorded in 1940–45
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But Predators are vulnerable to even the most obsolete surface-to-air missiles or air-to-air fighter aircraft.The Killer Drone Goes Stealthy—Just in Time for a New Cold War
April 16, 2014
- operating between aircraft in flight
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