- optical guidance
- A system of guidance in which guidance is passive and based on sensitive photo-cells sensing the presence of a target and making the vehicle home onto it.Target is acquired through a TV built in the missile or bomb. After the target has been locked on, the weapon will automatically be guided to the target after release.
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