target pattern


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target pattern

The flight path of aircraft during the attack phase. Also called attack pattern.
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Increased Growth Target Pattern Energy has entered into agreements with Wind Capital Group, LLC ("WCG") to acquire two operational wind power facilities.
O'Brien, whose Chinese Whisper was a fine second in Sunday's Prix La Force, seems more willing than ever this season to target Pattern races in France.
Units use target pattern analysis to place the Raven on standby or in the air to investigate points of origin for mortar attacks.
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On a map of the moon's gravity field, a mascon appears in a target pattern.
Given a target pattern, contours are optimized such that a defined photomask -- when used in a photolithographic process -- prints a wafer pattern that is faithful to the target pattern.
The IMI cargo round can increase the effectiveness of the 120mm mortar system because its expanded target pattern offers greater lethality against a wider variety of targets than the standard high-explosive round.