Some articles on naval fire control, control, naval, fire control, fire:
... The situation for naval fire control was more complex because of the need to control the firing of several guns at once ... In naval engagements both the firing guns and target are moving, and the variables are compounded by the greater distances and times involved ... Naval gun fire control potentially involves three levels of complexity ...
... in the Pacific Fleet to augment the naval gunfire support force in Southeast Asia" ... formally recommissioned 6 April 1968 at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, Captain J ... plane forced down at sea by anti-aircraft fire ...
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