target grid

target grid

Device for converting the observer's target locations and corrections with respect to the observer target line to target locations and corrections with respect to the gun target line.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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With a one-inch target grid placed 100 yards distant, I ran the six scopes through an elevation drill, zeroing at the top of the one-inch grid and recording the clicks I input on the elevation turret to reach the bottom of the grid.
In a regional frequency analysis, data from different sites (grid boxes in our application) are pooled, in order to supplement the sample of extremes at the target grid box and to obtain more reliable estimates (e.g., [42]).
Considering the existence of obstacles, our goal is to find an obstacle-avoiding shortest path from the mobile sensor current position (called source grid cell) to event location position (called target grid cell) by an efficient method.
The result of his work is a family of reticles, all slightly different for their specific applications, but all based upon one simple system, a Target Grid.
The DFC 300MA fuel cell power plant will be used by POSCO Power to develop market applications that target grid support combined with the ability to provide emergency power for installations requiring an uninterrupted supply of power.
Here, Soldiers from C Battery, 3d Battalion, 321st Field Artillery Regiment, use the enhanced portable inductive artillery fuse setter to program target grid coordinates into an Excalibur round.
The Iraqis had launched an attack with a Stalin's Organ, a 40-rocket device which blankets an entire target grid with warheads.
The services are reviewing recommendations for common accurate target grid, improved sensing and better connectivity, she said.
Finding the appropriate target, establishing its grids with the maximum possible accuracy, providing those grids to the command post, elaborate firing data considering target grids and effectors positioning as well as choosing appropriate effectors, transmitting firing data to the selected firing assets, and give the green light for firing, this is in simple terms the firing cycle that an artillery command and control system must manage.
The 6 kg, 558mm-long bomb fitted with a semiactive laser guidance system receives its target grids through the launch system.