naval gunfire operations center


naval gunfire operations center
The agency established in a ship to control the execution of plans for the employment of naval gunfire, process requests for naval gunfire support, and to allot ships to forward observers. Ideally located in the same ship as the supporting arms coordination center.

Military dictionary. 2000.

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