The acts of lone wolves, also referred to as "unorganized terrorists" in the security literature, are defined as "terrorist acts lacking group dynamics and collective socialization". The concept of Lone Wolf was first used in the 1990s by racists Alex Curtis and Tom Metzger, who advocated white supremacy. The Lone Wolf actions initiated by the white racists have spread to people belonging to various religions and ideas over time. DAESH's one-man calls to action exemplify these actions.
Sources: "Unorganized terrorists: Lone wolf", Nihat Ali Özcan, 2016; Glossary of Security Terms
Long-Range Rocket Attack
Long-range rocket attacks are attacks carried out with long-range ballistic missiles. In these attacks, the main goal is to position in an area far from the enemy and inflict the most damage on the enemy. These missiles, which usually have a range of 3000-35000 km, are intended to damage the enemy by firing from a distance.
Source: National Defense