What is target practice?

  • (noun): Practice in shooting at targets.

Target Practice

Target practice refers to any exercise in which projectiles are fired at a specified target, usually to improve the aim of the person or persons firing the weapon.

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Glossary Of Military Abbreviations - T
... Services term)Temporary Duty TADDS – Target Alert Display Data Set (US) TADS – Target Acquisition and Designation System (US) TAM – Tanque Argentino Mediano TAS – Target Acquisition ...
USS Monterey (BM-6)
... to ports on the West Coast on maneuvers and target practice during her first 5 years of naval service ... would make a voyage down the California coast or a trip to Washington for target practice ... brief voyages to Cavite, Manila, and Subic Bay for repairs and target practice ...

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