I agree with Mark. There is no English word "fracticide", except as a typo on various websites, including at least one maintained by the US military:http://www.cmtc.7atc.army.mil/Support/Risk_ma...
4. Step one: Identify Hazards - Identify hazards to the force. Consider all aspects of current and future situations, environment, and known historical problem areas.
a. There are many areas to consider when identifying hazards. To avoid overlooking an area, a framework is needed. The METT-T factors provide that framework.
(1) Mission - specified, implied and subtasks (who, what, where, when and how).
(2) Enemy - size and capability (SALUTE). Impact of enemy acquisition, direct fire, indirect fire, and fracticide.