gunnery


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gunnery

[′gən·ə·rē]
(ordnance)
The art or practice of using machine guns or cannon either on the ground or in the air.
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Chief Warrant Officer 2 Anthony Siani, a UH-60 Blackhawk pilot with 3rd Battalion, 501st Assault Helicopter Battalion said he was grateful for the opportunity to participate in gunnery of this magnitude.
Tables I, II, and III (Set-up and Tear-down of MI Equipment) were the difficult tables to determine where to train, but the latitude in the plan allowed us to take Foundry Courses, participate in brigade command post exercises (CPX), and schedule mobile training teams in order to apply MI Gunnery tables to them.
They are critical to the execution of gunnery Tables I, II, and III.
He said the AFP had told him that it had formed a technical working group to address issues 'particularly the presence of the Aetas within the gunnery range danger zones.
The lesson learned is that the gunnery confirms the connectivity of the Very Small Aperture Terminal, Combat Service Support Automated Information System Interface, SAMS-E, and GCSS--Army and validates the funding of each DODAAC.
The Claiborne Bombing and Gunnery Range is located just outside Alexandria, La.
Like most light Infantry company/troop commanders, my knowledge of mounted gunnery and its benefits was limited.
PREPARED The crew of HMS Northumberland have been routinely practising their skills, including gunnery exercises and boat drills, to keep themselves fit and ready for action
Statements from Victoria Gunnery, the mother of one of Doyle's children, and that of April Collins helped to convict him of the murder of innocent Shane Geoghegan yesterday.
As early as 1937 Merchant Navy defence courses had been organised at major UK ports to train officers in gunnery and convoy work and to teach seamen to be gunners.
The Royal Artillery gunnery school was established in Llandudno in 1940.