continuous fire


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continuous fire

[kən¦tin·yə·wəs ′fīr]
(ordnance)
Fire conducted at a normal rate without interruption, for application of adjustment corrections or for other causes.
In field artillery, a succession of salvos, the pieces being fired consecutively at the interval designated in the command.
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The 40-year-old captain, attached to the 6th Battalion of the Royal Berkshire Regiment, received his award in 1917 for conspicuous bravery, tending to wounded soldiers in the field under continuous fire.
Moran Fire Protection, National for their continuous fire education support.
Most importantly, it is the continuous fire management and training which makes all the design measures effective in an event of fire.
The fire, which was also responsible for the destruction of more than 1,000 homes, lasted almost three weeks, making it the longest continuous fire of the war in the UK.
Oregon DEQ issued a $7,829 penalty for that alleged violation, with $4,429 of the fine amount representing "the economic benefit Kinzua gained by avoiding the costs of continuous fire suppression at the site.
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Addis Ababa has come under continuous fire in reports by the rights group which accuses the government of widespread rights abuses, including the latest politicizing foreign developmental funds.
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Enforcer 22 also updated Hawg 55 on the situation: The patrol had three KIA (killed in action) and was taking continuous fire from enemy forces less than 200 meters to the south.
Assistant chief fire officer Martin Clark said: "Due to the dedication and support of firefighters on these watches we were able to maintain continuous fire cover for our communities.
Until dawn, Hoppe's isolated unit remained under continuous fire while the combat ready troops in Camp Visoko sat huddled in their APCs listening to the ordeal on the radio.
One rifle company came under continuous fire when it pushed out of the base on a house-to-house search for insurgents.

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