Terms in this set (56)
Mission of Marine Rifle Squad
To locate close width destroy the enemy by fire and maneuver or to repel the enemy assault by fire and close combat.
Five Paragraph order
Situation, Mission, execution, admin/ Logistics, Command and signal.
Marine Corps Leadership Traits
Justice Judgement Dependability Initiative Decisiveness Tact Integrity Enthusiam Bearing Unselfishness Courage Knowledge Loyalty Endurance
Effective Casualty radius of 81 mm mortar
Maximum effective range of AT-4
Maximum effective range of M16A4 (Point/Area)
What is the Maximum effective range of a .50 cal (M2)
What are all nine lines of the Casevac 9 Line
2. Freq/Call Sign
3. # of Patients by precedents
4. Special Equipment needed
5. # of Patients by type
6. Security at LZ
7. Marking sign at LZ
8. Patient by nationality
9. LZ Obstacles/ CBRN threat
How many seconds do you have to don, clear and seal a m40 gas mask during a gas attack?
The cone of fire striking a horizontal target forms a beaten zone which is long and narrow in shape. Beaten zones on horizontal targets vary in length.As range increases, the length of the beaten zone decreases. The slope of
the ground affects the size and shape of the beaten zone. Rising ground shortens the beaten zone; ground sloping downward at an angle less than the curve of the trajectories lengthens the beaten zone. Ground that falls off at an angle greater than the fall of the bullets will not be hit and is said to be in defilade. (Where rounds are impacting beyond the target on the deck).
Grazing fires do not rise above the height of a standing
man. Rifle fire from the prone position may provide grazing fire at ranges up to 600 meters over level or uniformly sloping ground.
Fire delivered so that the long axis of the beaten zone
coincides or nearly coincides with the long axis of the target. Enfilade fire may be either flanking or frontal.
Alert Direction Description Range Assignment Control
Max effective range for MK 19
Sustained rate of fire for the M16 Service rifle
What are the characteristics of an M16 (LMGAS)
Lightweight, Magazine-Fed, Gas-Operated, Air-Cooled, Shoulder-Fired
Max effective of range for an M203 (P/A)
Back blast for AT4 (__________by_______)
Max effective range for 240B
Sustained rate of fire for the 240B
4-5 second pause
Cone of fire
Each bullet fired from a rifle at the same target follows a slightly different path or trajectory through the air. The small differences in trajectories are caused by slight variations in aiming, holding, trigger squeeze, powder charge, wind, or atmosphere. As the bullets leave the muzzle of a weapon, their trajectories form a cone shaped pattern known as the cone of fire.
Rapid rate for the 240B
2-3 second pause
8 Justifications of Deadly Force
Inherent right to self defense
National Critical Infrastructure
Defense of Others
Inherently Dangerous Property
Assets vital to national security
Serious offense against others
Arrest or Apprehension
Mission Enemy Terrain/weather Troops in Fire support Time and Civilian considerations
The acronym is used to analyze Terrain and weather
Kocoaw / OCOKAW
avenues of approach
2 types of Ambushes
2 classification of patrols
Combat and Recon
3 types of recon patrols (ZAR)
Zone Route Area (ZAR)
Objective Rally Point
(G) where I'm Going, (O) Others I'm taking, (T) Time of my return, (W) What to do if I don't return, (A) Actions upon contact
Continuum of Force Model
Resistant Passive-Contact Controls
Resistant Active-Compliance Techniques
Assaultive Bodily Harm-Defensive Tactics
Assaultive Serious Bodily Harm or Death- Deadly Force
5-S and T
Search silence segregate safeguard speed, and tag
ACE? and When do you use it?
Ammo, Causalities, and Equipment- Use it at consolidation Preparing for counter attack
Misfire procedures for the 240B
1.Shout, "Misfire!"(x3)Wait 5 seconds after the misfire to guard against a hang fire.
2.Within the next 5 seconds (to guard against a cook off), pull the charging handle to the rear and observe the ejection port for feeding and ejecting. If brass: • was seen ejecting, attempt to fire again • did not eject, place the weapon on "S," and determine if the barrel is hot or cold.
Security, Automatic weapons/ avenues of approach, fields of fire, entrenchment. Supplementary positions, obstacles, and cover/concealment
Plunging fires strike the ground at a high angle so
that the danger space is practically confined to the beaten zone and the length of the beaten zone is shortened.
Max Effective point target for an AK 47
Defend, reinforce, attack, withdraw, and delay
ECR for M203?
What does SALUTE stand for in Five Paragraph order?
Size, activity, location, unit, time, and Equipment
Zap #, Mechanism of Injury,Injury sustained, signs/symptoms, treatment rendered
When clearing a building what are the three rules of IBT?
Protect your buddy, Eliminate all threat, and cover all immediate danger areas.
Max Effective ranges for M249 SAW (POINT/AREA)
What is a combined arms attack?
An attack where multiple weaponry assets are being used to be at an advantage. EX: Small arms in correlation with air support, and Heavy weapons.
What is a warning order comprised of?
Situation update, Mission, special equipment, timeline, priorities of rehearsals
5Cs when dealing with an IED?
Clear, Call, cordon, confirm, control
What does MARCH stand for?
Massive Hemorrhaging, Airway, Respiratory, Circulatory, Head Injury
Three phases of Offensive combat
Preperation, Conduct, and Exploitation
How long do you have to apply a tourniquet before someone bleeds out?
Pairs, Interlocking fields of fire, Coordinating, Mutual
Support, Defilade, Enfilade, Economy of Rounds, and
What are three classification of an ambush patrol
Hasty deliberate and opportunity
Four types of combat patrols (cars)
Cars- contact, ambush raid, security
RECON ISOLATE GAIN A FOOTHOLE SECURE
Suppress obscure secure reduce
Principle direction of Fire
Support by fire