Noun(1) a person who murders their brother or sister(2) fire that injures or kills an ally(3) the murder of your sibling
(1) Finally, the fast-paced nature of the ground invasion increased the risk of fratricide .(2) With songs about lost love, broken hearts, fratricide , betrayal, drug addiction and the fear of death, the new record delves deeply into realms of experience that many lesser artists shy away from.(3) This leads to poor situational awareness on the battlefield and increases overall risk, especially fratricide risk.(4) This is necessary because it will reduce the likelihood of fratricide and give the company commander a better picture of what is to his front.(5) The ability to locate and identify friendly forces and aircraft on a common, relevant operational picture of the battlespace, for example, greatly reduces the chances for fratricide .(6) This ensures the plan meets the commander's guidance, is compatible with all battalion maneuver elements, and reduces the risk of fratricide .(7) In a more general and more important sense, however, the desire to avoid fratricide and risk has meant a dramatically increased need for battlespace awareness.(8) I can even, to a lesser degree, comprehend stalkers, serial killers, matricide, fratricide , genocide.(9) Misguided or unguided precision munitions can lead to significant collateral damage and fratricide .(10) Fearing incidents of fratricide , the Air Force wanted a friendly aircraft to make two types of independent verification of hostility before its fighter aircraft launched air-to-air missiles.(11) This early involvement of aviation into the ground commander's scheme of maneuver greatly reduced the risk of fratricide and provided the flexibility and situational awareness that could only be achieved through an aerial view.(12) Police in Uttar Pradesh also say that there have been five cases of fratricide in the past year motivated by sexual jealousy or rivalry.(13) In addition, the bomber force's precision has reduced or eliminated most negative effects, such as the collateral damage and fratricide associated with their use.(14) Continuous operations last for days with little respite at night; combat involves lethal weapons and fratricide and accidents occur.(15) Another situational event is the effect of friendly fire on your own troops, fratricide in today's terms.(16) During World War II, 2 percent of all Army combat deaths were caused by fratricide .
1. friendly fire ::
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