target system


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target system

1. All the targets situated in a particular geographic area and functionally related.
2. (DOD only) A group of targets that are so related that their destruction will produce some particular effect desired by the attacker. See also target; target complex.
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PDI can extract more power to target system and much lower efficiency consumption to improve heat accumulation of target system.
Mastermind Brent Korchuba devised this remote moving target system to be compact, portable and easy to use--and he got it right.
AHPD-12 can extract more power to the target system and much lower efficiency consumption to improve heat accumulation of the target system.
Therefore, in many cases, test and inspection users and programmers are trying to follow a CAD conversion process without first learning their target system requirements.
The Banshee 200-knot aerial target system has been in service and fully integrated at UK ranges since 1987.
The TAC II is a wireless, microprocessor controlled, battery operated, compact and portable two-stage rotating target system.
Practically any good shooting school you might attend employs a turning target system at some point during their curriculum.
The amount awarded today is $210 million to perform target system engineering, design, and management with a period of performance from December 2003 to December 2007.
G-Cover is the best coverage tool in the business, and the only qualified language-independent tool that ensures 100% coverage of the real code that runs on the target system.
now makes an affordable, moving 3-D target system for archery ranges, bow clubs, and gun clubs.
The answers came in the form of a mechanical, knockdown target system that could be reset by the campers without ever moving off the firing line.