The Viking also launched ADM-141 tactical air-launched decoys to confuse air-defense networks.
What does TALD stand for?
TALD stands for Tactical Air-Launched Decoy
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- Military and Government
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- Tactical Airlift Control Element
- Tanker Airlift Control Element (US DoD)
- Theater Airlift Control Element (less common)
- Transportable Airlift Control Element (phased out in 1988-89)
- Tactical Air-Launched Cruise Missile
- Tomahawk Air-Launched Cruise Missile
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- Teaching, Assessment and Learning Developments (UK)
- TALigent Development Environment
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- Total Administrative and Logistic Down Time
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- Time, Attendance & Labor Exception
- Typed Applicative Language Experiment (software)
- Technical Assistance for Law Enforcement in the 21st Century Act (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
But Israel Military Industries (IMI) is also with the market leaders in the production of free-flying decoy systems, having supplied the US Navy with its tactical air-launched decoy (Tald).
It can carry up to 10 weapons at a time, such as AGM-84 Harpoon and AGM-65 Maverick missiles; 500-, 1,000- and 2,000-pound bombs; Quickstrike mines; Mk 46 and Mk 50 torpedoes; and tactical air-launched decoys.