Come on, now, with more of your special brand of death, fire-control officer!
They had spread blankets on the floor of the fire-control room.
Already the range had been signaled from the fire-control wells.
Only by the fire-control officers, a hundred feet above the decks, could her whole hull be seen.
By means of very wonderful devices the officer in the "fire-control station" ranges and sights every gun in the ship.
That afternoon, Korsakov and Harding were supposed to be checking the wiring of fire-control circuits.
It was four or five times better practice than the Orion could make fitted with the “fire-control” system.
The fire-control refused to act, the wires and speaking-tubes were destroyed, and each gun had to depend on itself.
He is in what is called the "fire-control station," which is a steel chamber high on the top of a tripod mast.
To this spot were brought the reports from the fire-control stationed at the rear mast and from the last active stations.