accuracy of fire


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accuracy of fire

[′ak·yə·rə·sē əv ′fīr]
(ordnance)
The measurement of the precision of fire expressed as the distance of the center of impact from the center of the target.
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Accuracy of fire, the power of the rounds delivered on-target and speed of fire only come into their own if you're facing someone who is capable of seriously hurting you and actively trying to do it.
"The enemy was closing with disconcerting rapidity, "wrote Sprague in his action report, "and the volume and accuracy of fire increasing.
* Modernization of target-angular-speed-measuring devices, which increases accuracy of fire from the both missiles and guns
* greater accuracy of fire due to the use of the most current target data
Invoke another bit of wisdom invoked by gunfighters from Wyatt Earp to Texas Ranger John Hughes to Bill Jordan: "Take your time, quick." Accuracy of fire vs.
Deployed throughout the Army and Marine Corps, AFATDS is an automated fire support system using 21st century command, control, and communications technology to increase the accuracy of fires and reduce the timeline from the sensing of targets to the delivery of fires.