Analysis of artillery shoot‐and‐scoot tactics

@article{Shim2018AnalysisOA,
  title={Analysis of artillery shoot‐and‐scoot tactics},
  author={Young-deuk Shim and M. P. Atkinson},
  journal={Naval Research Logistics},
  year={2018},
  volume={65},
  pages={242-274}
}
Firing multiple artillery rounds from the same location has two main benefits: a high rate of fire at the enemy and improved accuracy as the shooter’s aim adjusts to previous rounds. However, firing repeatedly from the same location carries significant risk that the enemy will detect the artillery’s location. Therefore, the shooter may periodically move locations to avoid counter-battery fire. This maneuver is known as the shoot-and-scoot tactic. This paper analyzes the shoot-and-scoot tactic… Expand

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