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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