Fire in Anger

Fire in anger is a military phrase which means to shoot or open fire on the enemy, whatever the form it takes, a single soldier, a military base or a ship, in time of war. Thus, a missile, torpedo, or shots fired in anger are never for practice, but to destroy or annihilate the enemy, which is a lethal threat.

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