This is known as close air support, or cas, in military jargon.
“SA-6s are the least of our concerns for cas in the modern age of surface-to-air missile system proliferation,” the official said.
“Lack of forward firing ordnance in a cas supporting aircraft is a major handicap,” he added.
Another variety of lover's extravagance is the lavishing of terms of endearment, as we find in cas.
The beautiful coast about cas Catal had a herbage of its own.
The root caps, or cas, does not appear to have any Teutonic correspondent, and may merit a philological investigation.
"Yes, and if we had a torpedo we could sink her," said cas Temple from the hatch.
A mile beyond the car terminus is cas Catal, where there is a delightfully situated hotel.
Indeed, ordinary light never has the effect of causing luminescence in the same sense as it causes phosphorescence of cas.
Nine hundred years ago the tribe of cas was one of the most powerful of the many Irish clans.
Casual; acceptable (1980s+ Teenagers)
(also caj, cazh) Casual; informal; laid-back: It's gonna be a very mellow night; laid back and cazh (1980s+ Teenagers)