precision fire

precision fire

[prə′sizh·ən ¦fīr]
(ordnance)
Fire in which the center of impact is accurately placed on a limited target; fire which is based on precision adjustment.
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Hypersonic strike weapons, capable of flying speeds in excess of Mach 5, are a key aspect of the long-range precision fire modernization effort for the Army and the national security strategy to compete with and outpace potential threats.
(https://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/US-Department-of-Defense-eyeing-Israeli-suicide-drone-596083) Jerusalem Post  reported that, in 2018, the Marine Corps' Rapid Capabilities Office with the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory submitted a request for information for an organic precision fire system that can provide fire support as far as from a distance of 40 to 60 kilometers, and can be used against mobile land, stational or sea targets in all operating environment.
The VLS systems make the frigates a potent means of delivering precision fire on the enemy, both on fixed targets far inland and on surface vessels, if it sees them first.
In the afternoon, the reporter said that an army unit targeted with precision fire terrorist groups affiliated to Jabhat al-Nusra and the "Turkistani Party" that attempted to sneak from al-Najiya and Badama villages and their surroundings in the far western countryside of Idleb, repelling them after inflicting losses upon them.
"However, as enemies' capabilities advance the aim for our military services is to build the right capabilities that best synchronise and integrate to achieve interoperability across multiple domains to obtain the greatest balance between precision fire and dominant manoeuvre."
"We are acquiring and developing precision fire systems that will allow ...
"This precision fire capability significantly improves the IDF's capabilities and allows for accurate strikes in remote launches, at immediate availability and lower costs compared to other combat systems," the Defense Ministry said in a statement.
"Together with the Republic of Korea, we conducted a combined exercise to show our precision fire capability," Pentagon spokeswoman Dana White said in a statement released Tuesday night.
Matthew Cochran, Chairman & CEO of Defense Services Marketing Council (DSMC) said, "The inaugural JPF2 2016 Conference will address urgent topics which include a growing need for timely and accurate precision fires, investing in a robust C2/ISR network to support the interoperability among the GCC coalition countries and the need for greater collaboration by all stakeholders in Joint Precision Fires operations." Other topics of discussion will include land based long-range strike capabilities, Air Force and Land Forces Precision Fire synergies and Fighter Interoperability Requirements.
The battery has been providing precision fire support for 1 Mechanized Brigade in Helmand Province since April.
Nothing on the gun is marked as "match," but lockup is very tight and the trigger, while heavy for competitive speed work, is fine for slower, precision fire. Sight picture was crisp, and reliability was 100 percent
He threatened the force and was subsequently killed with precision fire. "After the engagement, two additional women and six children exited the building and were allowed to return to the building to bring out additional occupants.

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