Modelling Effectiveness of Machine Gun Fire
Keywords: Machine gun fire, modelling, system effectiveness, target engagement, target vulnerability, area fire, tracking fire mode, fixed line fire mode, searching fire mode, traversing fire mode
AbstractMachine gun is an effective infantry weapon which can cause heavy damage to enemy targets, if sited in a tactically favourable position. It can be engaged effectively against both static and moving targets. The paper deals with the determination of target vulnerability under effective machine gun fire considering relevant tactical parameters, eg, target aiming point, trajectory of fire, sweep angle, target frontage, posture, direction of attack, etc.
How to Cite
Dutta, D., & Sabhanval, S. (2002). Modelling Effectiveness of Machine Gun Fire. Defence Science Journal, 52(2), 211-219. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.52.2177
Computers & Systems Studies
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