What is fire, ready and aim?
- JosephLv 74 months agoFavourite answer
It's a play on the military command: Ready, Aim, Fire. In plain language it means Plan, Prepare, and Execute.
The phrase Fire, Ready, Aim means doing things without planning and preparing first. Back in college my Physics professor, a retired Air Force full bird Colonel, used to say: When you fail to plan you're planning to fail.
- Anonymous4 months ago
What not to do when you are shooting a firearm.
- oil field trashLv 74 months ago
It is a phrase that means you should plan and get ready before you try to execute any idea or action. In other words you have a better chance of hitting the target if you aim before you fire.
- charlatanLv 74 months ago
armed police world over
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- rogerLv 74 months ago
shoot at random before you look?
- PhilomelLv 74 months ago
Yes, it is sometimes.