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TACFIRETactical Fire
TACFIRETactical Fire Direction System (Army)
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The IDM V304 also provides critical linkage to the military's legacy data communications systems of AFAPD, TACFIRE, MTS and IDL.
In the late 1960s, Litton (now part of Northrop Grumman) developed and manufactured the Tacfire automated field artillery system for the US Army.
Tacfire and Litacs can take information from sources such as the AN/ TPQ-36 and AN/TPQ-37 Firefinder radars, the Joint Surveillance and Target Acquisition system (Jstars), meteorological measuring system, and forward observers, then distribute targeting data to the various nodes where tactical and technical fire direction is performed.
In an off-board role, OASE can provide targeting information to automated battlefield systems such as tactical artillery computer fire (TACFIRE).