integrated fire control system


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integrated fire control system

[′in·tə‚grād·əd ′fīr ‚kən‚trōl ‚sis·təm]
(ordnance)
A system which combines target acquisition and tracking data computation, and weapon laying and firing, primarily using electronic means assisted by electromechanical devices.
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The Jordan Armed Forces have awarded Raytheon Technical Services Company LLC (Reston, VA) a $46.6-million contract to upgrade their M60 main battle tank with an Integrated Fire Control System (IFCS).
At the Sofex exhibition in April 2000, it was announced that Raytheon Technical Services Company (formerly Hughes) had been awarded a contract to supply and fit an integrated fire control system (IFCS) to a 105 mm-armed M60A3.
L-3 Space & Navigation, located in Budd Lake, New Jersey, is a world premier provider of inertial instruments and integrated fire control systems to the global marketplace and is a major supplier of high-quality pointing, guidance, control and positioning equipment for satellites, artillery and launch vehicles serving the military, commercial and government markets.
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