With the direction first of the term, a ground-to-ground missile is a drawn missile starting from a terrestrial device, in order to tackle and destroy an also terrestrial objective. If this definition thus corresponds also to weapons such as the anti-tank Missile, when they are not used since an aircraft, in practice it returns rather to the drawn ballistic missiles since a terrestrial launcher.
See also: Ballistic missile
See also: anti-tank Missile
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