Informal Army doctrine term describing firing a tank main gun round down the center of a road. This type round creates a vortex of air and sucks enemy infantry towards it (and into the road) to be more easily engaged by waiting Bradley Fighting Vehicles, friendly infantry or Abrams co-axial machine gun fire. Named after an Army 1LT Kelo who first utilized the practice in Iraq in 2003.
Soldier #1: "Heard the boys over in 2-7 Infantry got so super pissed off finally they did a Kelo clearing on Sadr City."

Soldier #2: "What a freakin' rage kill, that's awesome. Sometimes you gotta drop a lightning bolt of carnage ... screw that ducking behind buildings taking pot shots man."
by infantryscoming August 06, 2010

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