Mass

1. It is the concentration of combat power. Also refers to a military formation in which units are spaced at less than normal distance and intervals. (AFPM 3-8-1, PAM 3-071 S-2008) 2. A principle of war which means the concentration of combat power at the decisive time and place. To concentrate or bring together fires, so as to mass fires of multiple weapons or units. (PAM 3-041, PAM 3-071 S-2008 ) 3. the concentration of combat power; concentrate or bring together, as to mass the fire of multiple weapons or units; military formation in which units are spaced at less than normal distances and intervals. (PAM 3-05)


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