1. A hatchet-like tool or weapon made from a wooden handle and a sharp rock or bone. Used by Native American people in war, predating the 20th Century, and as a tool with which to shape wood or cut meat from animal carcass's.
2. An American designed tactical missile system that utilizes GPS and IF (Infrared) targetting computer to achieve astounding accuracy (margin of error: 5 metres) from ranges of several hundred miles. Can carry 3 warhead types: General Purpose Ordnance (GPU), the more common Late-Detonation Warhead (LDW), and the conceptual Tactical Nuclear ordnance Warhead (TNW), which has never met practical application.
1. The tomahawk was used as a melee weapon or could be thrown in the way one does when using a throwing axe
2. The tomahawk cruise missile system has eliminated the need to for long range precision bomber aircraft.
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