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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Creating crew-served weapon fighting positions throughout the 3FSB perimeter and field sanitation trenches became an additional mission-essential task based on the mission, enemy, terrain, troops, time available, and civilian considerations (METT-TC).
Army officials at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, marking the first time the system was demonstrated with a large, crew-served weapon on a U.
Nineteen rear cars will be converted to a new crew-served weapon variant and nine more will allow the firing of the standard-issue BAE Systems 81mm mortar from the vehicle.
Marine South presents static displays and presentations of a broad spectrum of small arms, crew-served weapons, indirect fire weapons, fire support coordination equipment, ground and air navigation systems, unmanned ground and air vehicles, and many other types of equipment.
After all, it is unique: a tough, miniaturized laser sight built into a double-sided section of Picatinny rail; capable of leaping nimbly from handguns to sub-guns, shotguns, carbines and rifles, even crew-served weapons or really, anything with 1.
Turner drove her Humvee into the firefight with SSG Arthur Perez manning the crew-served weapon in the turret.
Individual skills, such as marksmanship with individual and crew-served weapons, hand-to-hand combat, first aid and tactical communications.
Four crew-served weapons have been integrated into and demonstrated on CROWS: the M2 heavy barrel, .
The technology used on the CROWS is a variation of the remote-controlled crew-served weapons system already used on combat vehicles like the Bradley fighting vehicle and the M-1A1 Abrams tank.
While moving, they should keep their body armor closed, their Kevlar helmets on, their crew-served weapons locked and loaded, and their individual weapons chambered and pointed out the window.
Units are required to analyze intelligence reports from higher headquarters, raise their readiness posture, and defend their perimeter from prepared fighting positions using individual and crew-served weapons, sector sketches, and fire control measures.