Evaluation method of the artillery’s effectiveness against unitary target
- 1 Faculty of “Artillery, air defense and CIS” –National Military University “Vasil Levski”, Veliko Tarnovo, the Bulgarian Republic
Artillery is major land forces’ combat element, which enforces firepower against enemy units in operations. Artillery’s effectiveness heavily depends on how accurate will be weapon delivery, which is a function of dependent and independent errors related to weapon-target interaction and how much will be artillery shell’s lethality
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