target acquisition system


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Noun1.target acquisition system - a shipboard system for the detection and identification and location of a target with enough detail to permit effective weapon employment
shipboard system - a system designed to work as a coherent entity on board a naval ship
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From Finland comes the Lisa, a handheld target acquisition system developed by Millog, which includes an uncooled thermal imager and an optical day channel able to detect a vehicle at 4.8 km, recognise it at 1.35 km and identify it at 1 km.
Keep motion gyro switch in GYRO when operating the modified improved target acquisition system (MITAS).
Better firing data provided by forward observers and even infantrymen, using target acquisition systems of different costs, weights and performances, also contribute to increasing mortars accuracy and effectiveness.
The successful targeting of well-emplaced insurgents provided small tactical victories, but the integration of one tactic involving the TOW (Tube-launched, Optically-tracked, Wire-guided)/Improved Target Acquisition System (ITAS) created an unmatched lethality.
We have heard that high-security locks are no longer required to secure MITAS (modified improved target acquisition system).
FLIR based on the SADA II (standard advanced dewar assembly) technology in TOW ITAS, the improved target acquisition system used on missile-armed high-mobility multipurpose wheeled vehicles.
The grip trigger test is a part of the PMCS for the MITAS (modified improved target acquisition system) on the Stryker.
The Joint Unmanned Surveillance Target Acquisition System (JUSTAS) program has been a point of discussion in UAV-minded circles for quite some time.
Soldier, Bradley, Stryker, Tube Launched Optically Tracked Wire Guided (TOW)/Improved Target Acquisition System (ITAS), and Javelin.
The two hills are separated by 120 degrees and provide optical blockage to the target acquisition system (TAS) on board the helicopter.

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