pinpoint target

pinpoint target

In artillery and naval gunfire support, a target less than 50 meters in diameter.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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He said that the pinpoint target of IMF was to fix the primary deficit, which is the need of the time for the country's economic policy.
"Marcia has been part of the evolution of keyhole surgery, computer navigation systems to pinpoint target areas without collateral damage, and the recognition of Creutzfeldt--Jakob disease (CJD) and its on-going implications.
Scientists from the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) have succeeded using microwaves to deliver 1.8 kilowatts of power through the air to a pinpoint target 55 meters away, a spokesman for the agency said.
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That is because Iran's suspected nuclear facilities are not a "pinpoint target" but are instead dispersed and largely underground, he said.
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Future displays must have a three-dimensional grid so that soldiers can geospatially pinpoint target locations that they see through their devices, he says at the Institute for Defense and Government Advancement night vision conference.
"I changed the gun to pinpoint target so the sole person on my screen was the Iraqi."