fire distribution

fire distribution

[¦fīr dis·trə′byü·shən]
(ordnance)
The use of weapons of a unit to cover a target most effectively.
The application of fire on targets, or on subdivisions of a target, in order of their importance.
The systematic assignment of targets to the batteries of a number of vessels by message.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The rotational training of units will maximize their valuable training time working toward collective training tasks of convoy security and convoy fire distribution rather than the individual tasks of unstabilized gunnery and weapon employment.
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This allows leaders the opportunity to practice fire discipline, fire distribution, and defensive priorities of work--to name a few--and Soldiers to practice target acquisition and fire control."
MOS 257A had been converted from MOS 287A, data processing systems repair technician, (created 19 Sep 77) which had previously subsumed both MOS 301A, data processing equipment repair technician, (created 3 Jun 61) and MOS 361A, fire distribution systems repair technician, (created 11 Sep 62).
The techniques of fire distribution and knowledge of combat identification that our Soldiers learn and apply are useful in doing this successfully.
* Use a video as much as possible to evaluate fire commands, engagement techniques, fire distribution, and command and control.
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