target array


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target array

[′tär·gət ə‚rā]
(ordnance)
A graphic representation of enemy forces, personnel, and facilities in a specific situation, accompanied by a target analysis.
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The "target array" in this context comprises mainly fishing vessels, merchant shipping, etc., where ESM will be used as a sensor to assist in developing a tactical appreciation of the area of interest; specific requirements within this role could also include finding the single/few vessels fishing illegally.
* very extensive target array from below 250 MHz up to millimeter-wave (MMW) (40 GHz) frequencies
After just cleaning a very difficult stage with lots of hostage targets, I point-shot instead of aimed on a close target array while going for maximum speed, and nicked the edge of a no-shoot target just enough to get the heavy penalty.
If there's a target array to be engaged at close range, Mark may cant the gun a bit; not the "horizontal gun" position often seen in movies, but a few degrees off vertical.
During the testing, which lasted three days and nights, the designator was fired at various Nato-standard target arrays at specified distances.
Using Cor-Bon's Performance Match ammo, I was able to engage multiple target arrays quickly and accurately, recoil control was above par, and both the pistol and its magazines functioned 100 percent.
Various tasks require the crew to use precision or degraded-mode gunnery techniques against main gun and machine gun target arrays. Crews on digitally-equipped vehicles will complete the minimum requirements for digital gunnery stated in Chapter 8.
Table VI is designed to evaluate the crew's ability to put steel on target quickly, while ensuring proper combat identification on a course that presents friendly, neutral, and threat target arrays at realistic ranges.
Gunsite makes use of paper targets, moving target arrays, steel reactive targets and pneumatic "pop up" systems.
Instead of shooters running around in plain view of targets, vision barriers are used to separate target arrays and define safe angles of fire.
The tubeless design with only a display screen blocks very little vision, allowing for fast target acquisition on multiple target arrays.
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