missileman


missileman
mis·sile·man

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  • missileman — ☆ missileman [mis′əlir′mis′əlmən ] n. pl. missilemen [mis′əlmən] one who builds or launches guided or ballistic missiles: also missileer [mis′əlir′] …   English World dictionary

  • missileman — noun Date: 1951 one engaged in designing, building, or operating guided missiles …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • missileman — /mis euhl meuhn/ or, esp. Brit., / uyl /, n., pl. missilemen. 1. a person who builds, designs, launches, or operates guided missiles. 2. a technician or scientist whose work pertains to missilery. Also called missileer. [1950 55; MISSILE + MAN] * …   Universalium

  • missileman — pronunc at missile+mən noun (plural missilemen) : one who helps to design, build, or operate guided missiles …   Useful english dictionary

  • United States Marine Corps School of Infantry — The School of Infantry (SOI) is the second stage of initial military training for enlisted United States Marines after Recruit Training. Since the initial training pipeline is divided between coasts, Marines from areas east of the Mississippi… …   Wikipedia

  • Camp Geiger — Infobox Military Structure name= Camp Geiger, North Carolina location= Jacksonville, North Carolina caption= Marine Corps School of Infantry East Coast type= Military Training Base built= 1953 materials= used= 1953 present controlledby= USMC… …   Wikipedia

  • missileer — |misə|li(ə)r sometimes izə| noun ( s) Etymology: missile (II) + eer : missileman * * * /mis euh lear /, n. missileman. [MISSILE + EER] …   Useful english dictionary

  • mis|sil|eer — «MIHS uh LIHR», noun. = missileman. (Cf. ↑missileman) …   Useful english dictionary

  • missileer — noun Date: 1958 missileman …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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