June 1916

Aids to Spotting Shots Ashore and Afloat

Volume 1, Issue 2

THE effectiveness of gun fire depends primarily upon the ability of the officer spotting to locate accurately the fall of the shots and from his observations give, if necessary, such corrections for firing as will produce destruction of the enemy or hits upon a target.

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