pinpoint target

pinpoint target

In artillery and naval gunfire support, a target less than 50 meters in diameter.
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8 kilowatts of power through the air to a pinpoint target 55 meters away, a spokesman for the agency said.
In the very near future, the ability to pinpoint target your audience will become more and more important and will affect the efficiency of every medium.
We can pinpoint target audiences at pivotal moments during the consumer's decision-making journey through our platform.
Wang also stated that the government should set a distinct objective to achieve and pinpoint target markets before directing efforts to its cloud services.
Combining pinpoint target precision and tough as nails durability, the movable Tommy Hog sight from Spot-Hogg features micro adjustable second- and third-axis adjustments, no tool micro adjust windage/elevation and adjustment scales.
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.
The LRAS3 provides real-time capability to detect, recognize, identify, and pinpoint target locations.
Tilt travel is from 0 to 105 degrees, and 64 programmable presets pinpoint target areas.
It may may also receive a foliage-penetrating laser-radar (LADAR) which, in conjunction with Global Positioning System receivers, would help pinpoint target locations.
I changed the gun to pinpoint target so that the sole person on my screen was the Iraqi.