Fire Team, Firing Party and Firing Squad. What’s the Difference?

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A Fire Team is a squad of soldiers in battle. courtesy simhq.com A Firing Party is a ceremonial salute detail made up of 3 to 7 members with a commander. Courtesy army.mil The Firing Squad is a small group of individuals who line up to execute someone sentenced to death. courtesy sonofthesout.net