collective fire

collective fire

[kə′lek·tiv ′fīr]
(ordnance)
Combined fire of various small arms concentrated on a given target or area.
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The Manics' collective fire dimmed noticeably on their last album Lifeblood.
Installations that have the Engagement Skills Trainer 2000 can support CS/CSS units with collective fire direction and control tasks.
The strengths of the Infantry's riflemen lie in the basic and fundamental skills we teach them; in the reflexive fire training they get to prepare them for the one-on-one, close-quarters firefight; in their ability to kill the enemy at long range; and in the collective fire exercises that train units to focus massed firepower against the enemy.
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