Definition of Concentrated fire
1. Noun. Fire from two or more weapons directed at a single target or area (as fire by batteries of two or more warships).
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Literary usage of Concentrated fire
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1792)
"... not only the concentrated fire of the air, but that alfo ef the ... What idea are we to form of this concentrated fire ? ..."
2. Lessons of War as Taught by the Great Masters and Others: Selected and by France James Soady (1870)
"A concentrated fire is proved not only to do more proportionate damage to the enemy, but to have the effect of protecting the batteries themselves. ..."
3. Heroes All!: A Compendium of the Names and Official Citations of the by Harry R Stringer (1919)
"... to reform the line and deliver a concentrated fire on the enemy. ... and kept up a concentrated fire on the Germans until he was wounded in the body ..."
4. The Russo-Japanese War: Reports from British Officers Attached to the by Great Britain War Office. General Staff, Great Britain War Office (1908)
"The Russians did not concentrate their fire and were consequently overwhelmed in detail by the concentrated fire of the Japanese guns. ..."
5. History of the Confederate States Navy from Its Organization to the by John Thomas Scharf (1894)
"From the Cumberland, the Congress, the gunboats and shore batteries, there was now poured upon the Virginia and her little escort the concentrated fire of ..."