or fire pow·er
Words nearby firepower
Examples from the Web for firepower
After all, Iran, Assad, and Hezbollah have the motive and the firepower to fight ISIS.
While the army has the firepower, it lacks local knowledge and the will to fight.
Insurgents in Ukraine send dozens of corpses back to Mother Russia in an attempt to win pity—and firepower—from the Kremlin.
Compared to the three million weapons, both legal and illicit, in private Ukrainian hands, the gulf in firepower is staggering.Of Course the Gun Lobby Is Pouncing on Ukraine to Push Their Pet Cause|Scott Bixby|February 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The strength of al-Shabab lies in their ability to project a relatively small amount of firepower over a large distance.Somalia President: Al-Shabab Could Attack the United States|Josh Rogin|September 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They've got plenty of firepower, too; close to half the entire security force, I understand, including all the officers.
Combat capability, especially in terms of firepower, has been substantially increased.
Seven of the battle cruisers fired as one, and were joined by all the firepower of their escort ships.Evil Out of Onzar|Mark Ganes
Lightness of foot is the key to speed of movement and the increase of firepower.The Armed Forces Officer|U. S. Department of Defense
It's still almost five hours before the Camelot pulls in, and until she does you're way ahead on firepower.