Definition of schedule of fire

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schedule of fire

'schedule of fire' is an military term meaning '(DOD) Groups of fires or series of fires fired in a definite sequence according to a definite program. The time of starting the schedule may be on call. For identification purposes, schedules may be referred to by a code name or other designation'.

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