What Is a Click in Military Measurement?

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In military terms, a click is a distance of 1,000 metres or 1 kilometre. This is the term that was used during combat to give distance ranges and to estimate it as well. The term was coined by the United States military during the war in Vietnam.
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1 click in the U.S. military is equal to 1 kilometer or
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A Click or. Klick. is short for. Kilometer : Klick. is military argot for kilometer.1] The term was commonly used by US soldiers during the Vietnam War in the 1960s and 1970s, although
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Well "click" is really a "Klick" and stands for Kilometers. So "two klicks" would be two kilkometers. One kilometer = 0.62137119 miles. One mile = 1.609344
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Hi Martina. Answer to your question. Klicks means a Kilometre. So for example 10 Klicks means 10 Kilometres. Its a simple as that. In Europe the term Klicks is widely used. But here
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