tactical fire control

tactical fire control

[′tak·tə·kəl ′fīr kən‚trōl]
(ordnance)
The manner in which fire power is employed with regard to selection of targets, to opening, suspending, or ceasing fire, and to classes of fire.
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Further, the company said it will model, test, analyse and evaluate all aspects of tactical fire control radars for performance; provide software experts to design, develop and maintain tactical computer programs at top quality; besides, program management; system integration; radar performance modelling and simulations; "at-sea" and field testing; and different engineering disciplines, such as systems, mission, security, safety, communications and networks.
AECOM will model, test, analyze and evaluate all aspects of tactical fire control radars for mechanical, electrical, functional and sustainable performance.
Army Armament Research, Development, and Engineering Center (ARDEC); according to their website, they are " r ecognized as DoD's foremost provider of network lethality tactical fire control solutions, emergency management, force protection, interactive technologies and training for armament systems to equip, modernize and sustain the Joint Forces." WisEngineering has been providing a host of services to the TEPIT Directorate under several other contract vehicles.
I recently had the opportunity to test-fire a product that falls into the latter category, Tactical Fire Control's (Tac-Con) new 3MR trigger.
ACCS would help in five critical functions including 'Technical Fire Control' for trajectory computations and 'Tactical Fire Control' primarily involving processing of fire requests at battery to corps level and ammunition management.
"If you believe the concept of BLOS, mutual supporting fires and precision engagement with an M-203 grenade launcher system, [then] the integration of the precision mechanism and the tactical fire control that allows you to shoot where you want to shoot ...
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