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kick down the door

kick down the door
 v. phr.— «The Air Force will need a new bomber, capable of knocking out ground targets ahead of its mission. “We refer to it ‘Kick down the door,'” said Lt. Col. Tony Siler, ACC chief of the (aptly named) Ground Dominance Capability Team. “Taking down a portion of the enemy’s air defense is the initial part of air warfare.”» —“New Long-Range Bomber Slated For Duty In 2018” Aero-News.Net Aug. 5, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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