Definition of Target acquisition system
1. Noun. A shipboard system for the detection and identification and location of a target with enough detail to permit effective weapon employment.
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Literary usage of Target acquisition system
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1. Defense Acquisitions: Comprehensive Strategy Needed to Improve Ship Cruise by James F. Wiggins (2000)
"This integrated capability/configuration included the MK 23 Target Acquisition System and multiple NATO Sea Sparrow Surface and RAM missile systems. ..."