desired point of impact


desired point of impact
A precise point, associated with a target, and assigned as the impact point for a single unitary weapon to achieve the intended objective and level of destruction. May be defined descriptively, by grid preferences, or geolocation. Also called DPI. See also aimpoint; desired mean point of impact.

Military dictionary. 2000.

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