case III pointing
case III pointing[¦kās ′thrē ‚pȯint·iŋ]
Indirect pointing, laying, or firing; gun pointing, in which direction is set with an azimuth circle or with a sight or telescope pointed at an aiming point other than the target; the elevation is set with an elevation quadrant, range quadrant, or range disk. Also known as case III firing.
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