fire support

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  • Info Fire support is long-range firepower provided to a front-line military unit. more...
  • She continued to provide fire support during the battle for the rest of the month.
  • Afterwards the ship provided fire support for the army for the rest of the war.
  • Fire support was limited for the first half of the campaign.
  • Their range provided valuable long-range fire support for the army throughout the war.
  • On this tour she supported ships engaged in fire support operations.
  • She stood ready to provide fire support for the landing troops the next day if needed.
  • Once again, the attack had to be abandoned in absence of additional fire support.
  • She then commenced call fire support which continued for four days.
  • They were used for fire support in the mountains.
  • The infantry seemed afraid of their fire support and did not advance close enough behind it.
  • Other units can be absorbed as fire support elements as needed for the mission.
  • As before, she stood ready to deliver call-fire support as needed.
  • Its primary task was to provide heavy fire support for infantry units fighting in urban areas.
  • The ship then furnished her usual fire support and covered the landing forces.
  • That force soon split into two fire support units.
  • In fire support, the aircraft does not just need a position to destroy the target.
  • The monitor provided fire support to the army for the rest of the war.
  • Mission planning, fire support training, and extensive communications round out the first phase.
  • It was intended to provide long-range fire support in an air-transportable system.
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