- transattack period
- 1. In nuclear warfare, the period from the initiation of the attack to its termination. 2. As applied to the Single Integrated Operational Plan, the period that extends from execution (or enemy attack, whichever is sooner) to termination of the Single Integrated Operational Plan. See also postattack period.
Military dictionary. 2000.
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