That can be directed at a target: independently targetable nuclear warheads. (adjective)
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Use "targetable" in a sentence
""targetable"; there really is no need to attack him personally."
"Confusion over who is targetable also blurs the line between victims and combatants, denying victims the recognition and help they deserve."
"Reports that the US has targeted drug traffickers in Afghanistan -- criminals, not combatants -- raises serious questions about whether the US has classified non-combatant civilians as targetable individuals."