Indirect fire is used to bring enemy forces under fire by artillery pieces that cannot directly observe them. In order to fire on enemy forces that it cannot see, an artillery piece must have the enemy spotted for it and reported by a friendly observer. Artillery weapons include guns, howitzers, mortars and artillery rockets.

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20. Indirect Fire and Artillery

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