weaponeering


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weap·on·eer

 (wĕp′ə-nîr′)
n.
1. One who prepares a nuclear weapon for release.
2. One who designs weapons, especially nuclear weapons.

weap′on·eer′ing n.

weaponeering

(ˌwɛpəˈnɪərɪŋ)
n
the act of fitting out with weapons

weaponeering

The process of determining the quantity of a specific type of lethal or nonlethal weapons required to achieve a specific level of damage to a given target, considering target vulnerability, weapons effect, munitions delivery accuracy, damage criteria, probability of kill, and weapon reliability.
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An alternate method to determine predicted BDA is the utilization of the joint weaponeering system along with the fire mission information containing the munition type and number of munitions expended in executing the target.
With its joint integrated prioritized target list, joint target coordination board, battlefield coordination detachment, as well as air tasking stages dedicated to target development and weaponeering, the AOC is optimized for a 72-hour cycle of targeting enemy air forces, air defenses, ground forces, and infrastructure through a conventional air campaign--the AOC and the combat aircraft it controls are optimized to strike.
Shue deserves credit for the care he has taken to specify what we ought to mean by ad helium and in hello principles of proportionality, and how we should weigh force protection against avoiding harm to noncombatants in military deliberations about war strategies, tactics, and weaponeering.
Military lawyers must now develop expertise in areas such as intelligence and weaponeering so that they may provide the most relevant and informed legal advice.
As per the contract, Lockheed will be working on areas like workflow management, local source data cataloging, weaponeering data sheet automation, product status reporting and continuity of operations.
In a similar way, the joint targeting cycle, which begins with an endstate and commander's objectives and continues with target development, weaponeering, execution, and assessment, readily accommodates cyberspace targeting.
Initial chapters cover introductory topics such as statistical methods, weapon trajectory, delivery accuracy, vulnerability assessment, air-to-surface weaponeering, and surface-to-surface weaponeering.
From a weaponeering perspective, Fordow offers a unique challenge.
The Senior Leader Course has expanded for 13F as well to include weaponeering, target mensuration and joint operations targeting process.
During the course of Odyssey Dawn, the Targeting Center developed approximately 75percent of our targets, 90 percent of our weaponeering solutions and over 90 percent of our TLAM targets.
Gunner told the SDO that he had confirmed the load with my flight lead, used weaponeering software, and checked it in the appropriate manual.
Capt Keely, Dude 02B, found the insurgents and suggested a weaponeering solution of 2xGBU 38s.