The IDF admitted as much the next morning, after initially playing down the long-range fire
as a Palestinian rocket training test which did not reach Israel -- in the same way as the IDF spokesman dismissed the two long-range rockets aimed at the Tel Aviv region a month ago as "errors."
Future Brigadier-General James Jack wrote of Albert on April 29, 1916: "This red-bricked or colourwashed town, considerably mutilated by bombardments, is occasionally under long-range fire
Showing their conquest of the Beermen just before the league took a break for the Asian Games was no fluke, the Elite downed Barangay Ginebra in overtime using the same long-range fire
SMB earlier used against Columbian.
"He followed (WorldWar One) with great interest and contrasted the long-range fire
with the fighting of the 1850s when men were urged to hold their fire till they saw the white in the enemy's eyes,"added the paper.
The Tiger helicopters continued to provide long-range fire
support, disrupting enemy forces in the depth of the battlefield.
The design was ingenious, but not enough to protect the Goliaths from the long-range fire
that often took them out.
The tank was also developed for Israeli terrain, particularly specializing in long-range fire
, according to the Armor Museum.
One of the constant themes of the conflict was the accurate, long-range fire
the Boers rained down on their adversaries.
When the Canadian contingent is fully deployed to the coalition forward operating base in Kandahar this March, the M777 battery will provide the long-range fire
support for the NATO Joint Special Forces battle group.
For special long-range fire
missions, fully comprehensive trajectory correction and control systems are already under investigation.
As a first step toward meeting the long-range fire
services needs of Santa Clara residents, Eugene officials plan to buy a piece of property in the Santa Clara area and set up a temporary station.
During and between long-range fire
missions, we kept a thermometer constantly in the powder bags.