ship artillery firing

laivų artilerijos šaudymas statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Laivų artilerijos šaudymas į jūros, oro ir pakrantės taikinius. Kad mažiau veiktų supimas, kai kurie pabūklai pritvirtinti ant stabilių platformų. Pabūklai nutaikomi rankomis, automatiškai – atskirai kiekvienas pabūklas, automatiškai kartu visi pabūklai iš centrinio taikymo prietaiso. Šaudoma neįsišaudant arba įsišaudant į taikinį. Į pakrantės taikinius šaudoma pagal artilerinės žvalgybos duomenis, į nematomus taikinius – naudojant pagalbinį taikymo tašką. Šaudymas koreguojamas naudojant laivų artilerines radiolokacijos stotis ir optinius prietaisus, o šaudant į pakrantės taikinius – ir naudojant oro (orlaiviuose) arba kranto koregavimo postus. Laivų zenitinė artilerija šaudo į oro taikinius palydos arba užtvaros būdais. Šaudymo veiksmingumas t. p. priklauso nuo laivo manevravimo būdo. atitikmenys: angl. ship artillery firing rus. стрельба корабельной артиллерии

Artilerijos terminų žodynas – Vilnius: Generolo Jono Žemaičio Lietuvos karo akademija. . 2004.

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