crew-served

crew-served

[′krü ‚sərvd]
(ordnance)
Of or pertaining to anything served or operated by a crew as distinguished from an individual; for example, a weapon operated by a crew of two or more persons.
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It involved intelligence operations training, mortar gunnery, live fire on mortar and crew-served weapons, rifle marksmanship training, proper utilization and maintenance of communications, electronics and information (CEIS) equipment, physical fitness test, stress management seminar, squad and platoon run, and field training exercises.
It can be recalled that on February 2, Pata Island Mayor Anton Burahan and some barangay officials voluntarily surrendered a cache of weapons and ammunition, consisting of three 81MM Mortar tubes, a 90 RR crew-served weapon, a barrel of caliber .
The equipment included 800 heavy machine guns and 320 other crew-served weapons.
Crew-served weapons--Standards are in accordance with the most recent field manual for the weapon.
In the American WWII infantry, a machine gun was typically crew-served, belt-fed, and tripod-mounted (or vehicle-mounted).
We cannot accept China taking issue with our Coast Guard's law enforcement methods including the use of such crew-served weapons," South Korean foreign ministry spokesperson Cho June-hyuck said Thursday during in a press briefing.
There must be crew-served machine-guns and observation posts.
The FIACs' crew-served weapons were uncovered and manned but not aimed at the Firebolt during the encounter, the official said.
SureFire's products have advanced, resulting in handhelds that offer more than 500 lumens, including the 12-battery Beast flashlight and the crew-served firearm-mountable High Intensity Discharge (HID) HellFighter series, which is capable of illuminating targets positioned 1 mile away.
With this and the frequent Soldier turnover rate (due to 1-year tours), limited availability of crew-served weapon ranges, and geographical dispersion of subordinate units, the PBTT concept was the best solution to improve mission readiness.
The USMC employs the Defensive Armament Subsystem (DAS) which serves as a platform interface for which crew-served weapons, external tanks and rocket pods are fitted to the UH-1Y.
The delivery to the Independent Decommissioning Body (IDB) of some 75 firearms -- which range from small arms to crew-served weapons such as machine guns -- is a symbolic gesture that the rebels are giving up the weapons that had been associated with their rebellion, Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Teresita Quintos Deles said.