Definition of side-looking airborne radar

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side-looking airborne radar

'side-looking airborne radar' is an military term. It means '(DOD,NATO) An airborne radar, viewing at right angles to the axis of the vehicle, which produces a presentation of terrain or moving targets. Also called SLAR'.

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