supporting fire


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supporting fire

[sə′pȯrd·iŋ ′fīr]
(ordnance)
Fire delivered by supporting units to assist or protect a unit in combat.
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AFATDS provides fully automated support for planning, coordinating, controlling, and supporting fire.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary of supporting fire safety throughout New England, Papa Gino's, the Dedham, Mass.
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ANSF and Coalition forces responded with small-arms, rocket-propelled grenade, heavy-weapons and supporting fires, killing 55 militants.
S, Army Training and Doctrine Command on 15 November 2004, the terminal learning objective (TLO) for the platoon defensive live fire during daylight is Employ Mutually Supporting Fires, and there are four supporting enabling learning objectives (ELOs):
The strike teams and the squad maneuver should, in fact, be enabled by beyond-line-of-sight (BLOS) mutually supporting fires.
ANSF and Coalition forces responded with small-arms, heavy-weapons and supporting fires, killing three militants.
We plan operations in detail, but in the noncontiguous battle space, any formation will be in contact and require supporting fires.
The M109A6-PIM is considered to be the most cost-effective method to significantly improve sustainability and survivability, while reducing the logistics burden on the HBCT and supporting fires brigades.

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