Scud in a sentence as a noun

Indeed, "scud 3750 mph" turns up a lot of hits.

Terminal guidance would fly the missile in front of the scud and "patriot go boom".

It meant flying on a trajectory sufficiently close to the scud to have disabled it if all else worked as designed.

Scud in a sentence as a verb

It probably use a radar to detect the scud launch and then calculate the correct time to deploy a missile for intercept.

> The article listed the speed of a scud at "1,676 meters/second"Which looks suspiciously like a rounded "3750 mph to meters per second" conversion.

The patriot would either be flown close to the scud using telemetry based systems on the patriot, or by using mid course/terminal guidance from the patriot launcher.

Scud definitions


the act of moving along swiftly (as before a gale)

See also: scudding


run or move very quickly or hastily; "She dashed into the yard"

See also: dart dash scoot flash shoot


run before a gale

See also: rack