tactical map


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tactical map

[′tak·tə·kəl ′map]
(ordnance)
A large-scale map used for tactical and administrative purposes.
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The research material used for this paper consists of 590 schematic and illustrated tactical maps to describe the situation and 118 event catalogues to describe the actions taken in the battle space.
If you just want to join a quick battle against other players you can, but you still need to get past this tactical map.
In many ways, the historical chemical hazard and warning templates continue to be the standard basic plotting methods used to depict hazard and warning areas on tactical maps. In fact, the current version referenced here was only recently ratified by NATO for implementation in 2001.
"We started plotting the locations that General Napenas was telling us against our tactical map, which will give you the exact location of the commandos according to the grid coordinates," the officer said.
There's more interactivity and flexibility with the tactical map too.
An analyst would plot the DF site locations on a tactical map and draw the reported lines of bearing.
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