Coordinated Fire Line Definition - MilitaryDictionary.org
coordinated fire line
1.) A line beyond which conventional and indirect surface fire support means may fire at any time within the boundaries of the establishing headquarters without additional coordination. The purpose of the coordinated fire line is to expedite the surface-to-surface attack of targets beyond the coordinated fire line without coordination with the ground commander in whose area the targets are located.
- see also fire support
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Term Classification: operations
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