DEFINITION
Firing Doctrine

The ratio and manner of assigning numbers of interceptors against given attackers.
Alternatives include: One-on-one, salvo, shoot-look-shoot, shoot-fail-shoot, etc. The
doctrine will be driven by the priority of targets being defended and the number of
interceptors available relative to the number of attackers.

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