The genesis of this debate started with the experience of the Korean War where USAF F-86 pilots ran up a 10:1 kill ratio
over their North Korean and Chinese opponents.
at 43 (footnote omitted); see also Donald Fisher Harrison, Computers, Electronic Data, and the Vietnam War, 26 ARCHIVARIA 18, 22 (Summer 1988) (discussing statistical reporting systems and how units were judged using body count and kill ratios
We did observe that the pistols and carbines in some scenarios gave a better kill ratio
than the laser-pointed ones.
This is a kill ratio
of more than 100 Palestinians to every one Israeli.
The morning shoot had gone well, with a 1.5 round average per shotshell to bird-on-the-ground kill ratio
. The Black Cloud No.
The experienced Polish and Czech squadrons achieved a better kill ratio
against the Germans than the British squadrons.
They achieved a kill ratio
of 10:1 over their Chinese and North Korean opponents ...
What was missing was a call for the "kill ratio
," i.e., how many troopers, non-coms, etc.
I was later told by doctors who were there in Gaza during Israel's onslaught that Gaza had become Israel's veritable weapons testing laboratory, people used to test and improve the kill ratio
of their weapons.
I was later told by doctors who were there in Gaza during IsraelAAEs onslaught that Gaza had become IsraelAAEs veritable weapons testing laboratory, people used to test and improve the kill ratio
of their weapons.
You get a ranking or 'kill ratio
' and I am currently about 200,000th in the world, which is better than average!
The award submission focused heavily on the F-22's performance during the 2006 Northern Edge exercise where Raptors flew 97 percent of their assigned training sorties, F-22 pilots scored an "unheard of" 80-to-1 kill ratio
against their opponents, scored direct hits with 100 percent of their 1,000-pound GBU-32 joint direct attack munition air-to-ground weapons, and increased overall situational awareness for their entire team through the F-22's integrated avionics package.