targets of opportunity

targets of opportunity
i. Targets visible to sensors or observers and within the range of weapons and against which fire has not been scheduled or requested.
ii. Targets that appear during combat and can be reached by weapons and against which fire has not been scheduled. Targets during search and strike missions fall into this category.

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