Opportunities to engage high-priority targets in urban areas occur unexpectedly and last only minutes or seconds. The ability to process information rapidly as a target situation develops, make on-the-spot decisions and respond with split-second timing means the difference between success and failure in killing or capturing terrorists, destroying illicit arms and preventing deadly incursions. “Sensor-to-shooter” is shorthand for the process by which targets are detected, identified and ...

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