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HKHong Kong
HKHeckler and Koch (German gun manufacturer)
HKHarman/Kardon (audio products manufacturer)
HKHook
HKHello Kitty (cartoon)
HKHacker
HKHousekeeping
HKHuman Kinetics
HKHell's Kitchen (TV Show)
HKHurricane Katrina
HKHentai Kamen (Japanese manga series)
HKHyperkalemia (elevated potassium)
HKHitachi Kokusai (various locations)
HKHunter-Killer
HKHexokinase
HKHalf Kneeling (exercise)
HKHara-Kiri
HKHästkraft (Swedish: horsepower)
HKHarry Kalas (Philadelphia Phillies announcer)
HKHideo Kojima (Japanese video game director)
HKHugs & Kisses
HKHarmony Korine (movie director)
HKHershey's Kisses (chocolate candy)
HKHive Key (Microsoft registry component)
HKHari Krishna
HKHit & Kill
HKHard Kill
HKHerstellkosten (German: Production Costs)
HKHostile Kids (gaming clan)
HKHerpes Keratitis (ophthalmological malady)
HKHuman Glandular Kallikrein
HKHefnerkerze (old unit for light measurement)
HKHonor Kill (gaming, World of Warcraft)
HKHolds Confirmed (reservation status)
HKHan-Kobayashi (information coding)
HKHeldannic Knights (gaming, Dungeons & Dragons)
References in periodicals archive ?
(1) Matthew Brennan, editor, Hunter-Killer Squadron: Aero-Weapons, Aero-Scouts, Aero-Rifles, Vietnam 1965-1972, Presidio Press, Notavo, California, 1990.
"We've taken these aircraft from performing mainly as intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance platforms to carrying out true hunter-killer missions."
In 2000, all Britain's hunter-killer nuclear submarines were given intensive inspections following the discovery of a fault on board Tireless.
In fact, the US Navy announced in May 2003 that the EA-18G would not carry many of the systems that hunter-killers would require, such as the Advanced Targeting Forward-Looking Infrared (ATFLIR) sensor, the Shared Reconnaissance Pod (SHARP), the Integrated Defensive Electronic Countermeasures (IDECM) suite, and the AN/ALR-67 radar-warning receiver.
As we develop the Predator "B"--our hunter-killer version--we are in no rush to kill the "A." It has been operationally effective, offered a real-world laboratory for experimentation, and it remains the less expensive "azor blade" we want.
The LAM is an expendable loitering, hunter-killer, that is seven inches in diameter and weighs about 100 pounds.
They said they intended to use boltcutters and hammers to damage equipment on board the nuclear hunter-killer submarine Tireless.
All three of our aircraft carriers are laid up, 11 of our 12 hunter-killer nuclear subs are incapable of either hunting or killing because of a design fault and 35 Lynx helicopters have been grounded for two years.
THE last operational hunter-killer submarine in Britain's fleet is stranded in dock.
BRITAIN is to lose the use of its entire fleet of nuclear-powered hunter-killer submarines for an indefinite period following the discovery of a fault in one of the vessels.
command and control system, second generation FLIR thermal sights which comprises of Commanders Independent Thermal Viewer (CITV) for hunter-killer operation Under Armor Auxiliary Power Unit (UAAPU) that allows crews run key electronics without running the engine, and a Thermal Management System (TMS i.e.
A Royal Navy frigate, HMS Sutherland, and a hunter-killer submarine - designed to sink other subs - are also taking part inthe hunt.