Bazooka

Bazooka is the common name for a man-portable recoilless antitank rocket launcher weapon, widely fielded by the United States Army. Also referred to as the `Stovepipe`, the innovative bazooka was among the first-generation of rocket propelled anti-tank weapons used in infantry combat. Featuring a solid rocket motor for propulsion, it allowed for.....
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bazooka

noun a portable rocket launcher used by infantrymen as an antitank weapon
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Bazooka

[group] Self-created using molecular drawing software ...
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Bazooka

[instrument] The bazooka is a brass musical instrument several feet in length which incorporates telescopic tubing like the trombone. Often, people construct very simple bazookas with scavenged materials: two pipes and a funnel. From its start within a lipreed mouthpiece (which may consist of nothing but the bare tube or employ a mouthpiece...
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Bazooka

Bazooka is London Cockney rhyming slang for snooker.
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Bazooka

Bazooka was the nickname of the American M1A1 2.36 inch rocket launcher used during the Second World War. It fired a 60 mm calibre shaped charge missile to an effective range of 150 yards and a maximum range of 700 yards at a muzzle velocity of 83 meters-per-second and could penetrate 120 mm of armour at all ranges.
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bazooka

bazooka, in warfare, portable, lightweight metal tube from which rockets are launched, usually operated by two men. It is used by infantry as an antitank weapon and also for attacking pillboxes and bunkers. In general, the bazooka is a short-range weapon with low accuracy; however, it gives the indi...
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bazooka

shoulder-type rocket launcher adopted by the U.S. Army in World War II. The weapon consisted of a smooth-bore steel tube, originally about 5 feet ... [3 related articles]
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Bazooka

Similar to a 2K stand, but without support legs. It has a junior hole at one end and a junior stud at the other, and it usually has a sliding riser. (Grip/Lighting)
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Bazooka

Strong throwing arm.
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bazooka

US 2.36 in calibre rocket launcher fired from the shoulder. A lightweight tube with simple sights, it fires a fin-stabilized rocket containing a shaped charge warhead. The weapon's name came from...
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bazooka

[n] - a portable rocket launcher used by infantrymen as an anti-tank weapon
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