British Army machine gunners take post for a indirect fire routine to engage targets from long distances. This type of fire is very effective for enemy targets dug in or not within the line of visual identification or line of direct fire engagement.
The soldiers are using the GPMG 7.62mm machine gun as a fire support group from long range. Sometimes called “plunging fire” this method was originally used during WW1 as a kind of machine gun artillery in some regards.
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