fire-control system

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fire-control system

[′fīr kən‚trōl ‚sis·təm]
(ordnance)
A setup for control of the aiming and firing of guns, rockets, or guided missiles.
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TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian army soldiers beat back the terrorists of Ajnad al-Sham from their positions on Southern side of Darayya in Western Ghouta, and gained fire-control over the town's railway, army sources said.
During the tests, which took place in the first week of February, fully functional decoys were launched from a fighter aircraft that was being tracked by a ground-based fire-control radar.
The HIPERTOUCH 24E is the elite version of fire-control drop-ins for installation in AR-15- and AR- O-type rifles.
For both alleged incidents, on January 19 and January 30, China's defence ministry said in a statement to AFP that the Chinese ship-board radar maintained normal operations and "fire-control radar was not used".
The XM25 is state of the art in terms of airburst technology, consisting of a programmable 25mm round, a sensor, and a fire-control system, said Dr.
The Public Accounts Committee said the Fire-Control plan launched by former Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott was one of the worst cases of project failure it had seen for years and was "flawed from the outset".
3 June 2011 - Swedish defence and aerospace group Saab AB (STO: SAAB B) said today it would upgrade combat management and fire-control systems for the Royal Thai Navy under two deals worth a total SEK454m.
The LCR's light weight (under a pound) comes from a frame made of aluminum alloy and a fire-control system made of glass-fiber-reinforced nylon.
Each component was to be fully autonomous combat vehicle with a common target acquisition radar, computerized fire-control system, and navigation and communications systems.
It's a sentiment with which today's artillery commanders would agree--the best gun or howitzer is only as effective as the fire-control system that directs its fire.
Features added to the aircraft include new fire-control radar and a radio frequency interferometer, which assists in target identification.
Where suppression efforts would be allowed, fire-control officials were still responsible for living lightly on the land.