target priority

target priority

A grouping of targets with the indicated sequence of attack.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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One of them will target priority areas which need training on organic farming and integrated coconut-based livelihood.
Russia could target priority development projects in Africa.
The 7i ranges from 8 to 1,000 yards, features incline/decline technology, and two different ranging modes: First Target Priority and Distant Target Priority depending on your hunt situation.
Several factors account for the shift in target priority, namely the Nusra Front's receding role in Lebanon.
To keep costs low and yet target priority sector segments, it is planning technologically enabled branches with just one person taking care of it.
"Working in partnership means police receive information about the community that allows them to target priority issues and find long-term solutions.
Tru-Target Technology also allows users to choose between first target priority and distant target priority modes.
Distant Target Priority Mode displays the range of the farthest target amongst several targets, a handy feature when an animal is partially hidden by brush.
"Distinct approaches are being developed to further target priority offender groups and changes being made under the Government's Transforming Rehabilitation programme mean that offenders leaving prison following sentences of less than 12 months will undergo a further 12 months community rehabilitation for the first time."
It will target priority areas within North Northumberland which suffer deprivation and issues associated with rurality, including Berwick, Wooler, Rothbury, Belford, Seahouses and Alnwick.
The results of this exercise can be used as a tool to help policymakers and donors to target priority areas of adolescent sexual and reproductive health for research funding," Hindin said.
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