Two ships located near the target point tracked the missile and witnessed the final event.
What does TP stand for?
TP stands for Target Point
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- Military and Government
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We have 84 other meanings of TP in our Acronym Attic
- Air Portugal (IATA airline code)
- East Timor (ISO country code)
- Tactical Points (gaming)
- Tail Pinch (rat studies)
- Take Profit
- Talking Point
- Tamora Pierce (author)
- Tampa Prep
- Tangent Point
Samples in periodicals archive:
The two-stage solid propellant Agni-II launched as a part of regular strategic Forces Command (SFC) exercise, as they reached the pre-designated target point in Bay of Bengal within accuracy of few meters.
An electrode (needle) is placed under continuous X-ray guidance in specific target points and passes a high frequency electrical current.
The flight test was perfect, with textbook trajectory and the missile reaching the target point with a very high accuracy of less than a few metres," he said.
Breakthrough was achieved to a very high accuracy with the drive being less than 50 mm (2 inches) off the target point in both horizontal and vertical planes.
Whether the Cliftonhill side can challenge for the title this season remains to be seen but Martin revealed his players have already fallen short of their target points total for this stage last season.
The 34-year-old triathlete from Elderslie joins Nairn training partner Helen Jenkins in Huatulco as the duo target points towards Olympic qualification.
Hizbullah will likely allow the [Israeli] military force to reach its target point and then begin striking at the supply lines which the forces in the field will need to secure," the officer said.