Again Osborne rewrites history, focusing on his latest fleeting target
to clear the deficit six years from now.
Hitting a handful of wetlands can quickly produce a limit, but for seasoned waterfowlers, a fleeting target
isn't the same as one that is decoyed and brought into range.
The enemy is often a fleeting target
mixed into urban settings along with the civilian populace.
This precision geolocation enables surgical finish operations that emphasize speed to catch a fleeting target
A time sensitive target requires immediate response because it poses a clear and present danger to friendly forces or is a highly lucrative but fleeting target
A deer rifle should handle like a fine shotgun, for quick, accurate shooting at sudden, fleeting targets
se allow one to more quickly find and superimpose the sight on the target, engage moving or fleeting targets
more easily, and most don't require that you have to change focus from the target back to the sight, or at least entirely.
The US Army defended its interest in drones on the grounds that it needs to be able to respond rapidly to demands from its forces for contact and to deal with fleeting targets
As a result of the team's efforts, the Joint Forces will have enhanced network-centric capabilities for combat situational awareness and engagement of fleeting targets
with minimal risk of collateral damage.
The Reaper is a useful system to find fleeting targets
, Shackelford said in an interview.
It is the epicenter of our technological advances and a showcase of our shift from scheduled air offensive against massed enemies and fixed sites to on-call aircraft, ready to strike time sensitive fleeting targets
on this fluid and asymmetric battlefield.
32) During Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom, the RQ-1A Predator and high-flying RQ-4A Global Hawk UAVs demonstrated the enormous value of persistent, close-in ISR at finding, fixing, and tracking emerging and fleeting targets