target acquisition


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target acquisition

The detection, identification, and location of a target in sufficient detail to permit the effective employment of weapons. Also called TA. See also target analysis.
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ESC BAZ has introduced the BPOD fire control system for remote control weapon stations, enabling target acquisition, surveillance and monitoring in day and night conditions, the company said.
Quite apart from the fact that logistic and technical support are functions that are an integral part of the military and industrial system, target acquisition is entrusted to vehicles that are for the most part equipped with sensors that allow them to pinpoint a target and send coordinate grids up the command chain, not to mention
Product Sub-Category: Weapon Mounted Target Acquisition System
The Army has ordered five of the target acquisition radars that are to be delivered within the next three years.
Because of the system's long-range target acquisition capabilities, after receiving LRAS3, soldiers have increased flexibility in their tactics, techniques, and procedures to allow maneuverability along the high ground.
Specifically, the proposed regulations apply the consistency rule to a nonconsolidated target that (1) sells an asset at a gain to a purchaser or an affiliate (during the portion of the consistency period that ends on the target acquisition date), and (2) pays dividends to which section 243(aX3) applies.
This awarded deal is to upgrade infrared sensors and related electronics of the Army s target acquisition designation sight/pilot night vision sensor, which is even called as eyes of the Apache.
It includes two axis-stabilized mounts, a sensor suite, and fire control software, allowing on-the-move target acquisition and first-burst target engagement.
That's especially true for the improved target acquisition system (ITAS) on your anti-tank guided missile Stryker.
CROWS includes two axis-stabilized mounts, a sensor suite, and fire control software allowing on-the-move target acquisition and first-burst target engagement.

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