Some articles on systems, fire control, fire control systems, control, fire:
... as HMS Fiji, were engaging the Luftwaffe with stabilized HACS IV systems with GRU/GRUB and Type 279 Radar with the Precision Ranging Panel, which gave +/- 25 yd accuracy out to 14,000 yds ... in May 1941, HMS Prince of Wales (PoW) went to sea with HACS IVGB, with full radar ranging systems, and no less than 9 AA associated fire control radars four Radar Type 285, one on each High Angle Director Tower (HA ... This placed HMS Prince of Wales in the forefront of naval HA AA fire control systems at that time ...
... nano, like Pico, is keyboard-oriented, controlled with control keys ... For example, Control-O saves the current file Control-W goes to the search menu ... For a complete list, Control-G gets the help screen ...
... The situation for naval fire control was more complex because of the need to control the firing of several guns at once ... Naval gun fire control potentially involves three levels of complexity ... Local control originated with primitive gun installations aimed by the individual gun crews ...
... Ship gun fire-control systems (GFCS) enable remote and automatic targeting of guns against ships, aircraft, and shore targets, with or without the aid of radar or optical sighting ... After the 1950s, GFCSs were integrated with missile fire-control systems and other ship sensors ... US, the brains were first provided by the Mark 1A Fire Control Computer which was an electro-mechanical analog ballistic computer that provided accurate firing ...
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“The sky it seems would pour down stinking pitch,
But that the sea, mounting to the welkins cheek,
Dashes the fire out.”
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