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MS 100 Module 2
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Formal Manual for Rifle Marksmanship
Formal Manual for Infantry Rifle Platoon and Squad
Manual for 40mm Grenade Launchers
4 Fundamentals of Marksmanship
Body Position, Trigger Squeeze, Breathing, Sight Picture
M4 Maximum Range
M4 Maximum Effective (Area)
M4 Maximum Effective (Point)
M4 Sustained Rate of Fire
12 - 15 rounds/min
M4 Cyclic Rate of Fire
700 - 900 rounds/min
M203 Maximum Effective (Area)
M203 Maximum Effective (Point)
M203 Minimum Safe Range (Combat Situation)
M203 Minimum Safe Range (HE Training Unprotected)
M203 Maximum Range
M203 Minimum Arming Range
14 - 38 m
M320 Maximum Effective (Area)
M320 Maximum Effective (Point)
M320 Minimum Safe Range (Combat Situation)
M320 Minimum Safe Range (HE Training Unprotected)
M320 Maximum Range
M320 Minimum Arming Range
M249 Maximum Effective (Area/Point ) Bipod
800 m/ 600 m
M249 Maximum Effective (Area/Point) Tripod
1000 m / 800 m
M249 Maximum Range
M249 Sustained Rate of Fire
50 rounds / minute
M249 Cyclic Rate of Fire
650 - 850 rounds / minute
M249 Rapid Rate of Fire
100 rounds / minute
M240B Maximum Effective (Area/Point ) Bipod
800 m/ 600 m
M240B Maximum Effective (Area/Point) Tripod
1100 m/ 800 m
M240B Maximum Range
M240B Sustained Rate of Fire
100 rounds / minute
M240B Cyclic Rate of Fire
650 - 950 rounds / minute
M240B Rapid Rate of Fire
200 rounds / minute
AN IMAGINARY LINE, FROM THE FIRERS EYE, THROUGH THE SIGHTS, TO THE POINT OF AIM ON THE TARGET.
LINE OF SIGHT
THE CURVED PATH A ROUND TAKES DURING ITS FLIGHT. THE TRAJECTORY OF A ROUND IS AFFECTED BY AIR RESISTANCE AND GRAVITY.
THE HIGHEST POINT ABOVE THE LINE OF SIGHT TO WHICH A PROJECTILE RISES DURING ITS FLIGHT, ALSO OCCURS APPROXIMATELY 2/3 OF THE WAY ALONG THE TRAJECTORY OF THE PROJECTILE.
A NUMBER OF SUCCESSIVE ROUNDS FIRED WITH THE SAME ELEVATION AND POINT OF AIM WHEN THE TRIGGER IS HELD TO THE REAR.
BURST OF FIRE
THE GROUP OF TRAJECTORIES RESULTING FROM A BURST OF FIRE; FORMS OVAL SHAPE AS BULLETS STRIKE VERTICAL TARGET
CONE OF FIRE
THE PATTERN FORMED WHEN THE CONE OF FIRE STRIKES THE GROUND
AS RANGE INCREASES, DOES THE BEATEN RANGE BECOME SHORTER/WIDER OR LONGER/THINNER
WHAT OCCURS BETWEEN THE MUZZLE OF THE MACHINE GUN AND THE POINT WHERE THE LOWEST ROUND IN THE BEATEN ZONE STRIKES THE GROUND?
THE AREA COVERED BY THE DANGEROUS SPACE AND THE BEATEN ZONE
ANY FOLD OR DEPRESSION IN THE GROUND
THAT PREVENTS A TARGET FROM BEING ENGAGED
FROM A FIXED POSITION
WHAT ARE THE 2 CLASSES OF FIRE THAT, WITH RESPECT TO THE GROUND, MACHINEGUNS PRODUCE?
GRAZING FIRE AND PLUNGING FIRE
What type of fire is obtained when firing over level or
uniformly sloping terrain, where the center of the cone of fire
does not rise more than 1 meter above the ground?
WHAT TYPE OF FIRE IS OBTAINED WHEN FIRING AT VERY LONG RANGES, FROM HIGH GROUND INTO LOW GROUND OR INTO ABRUPTLY RISING GROUND?
Class of fire, with respect to target, that occurs when the long axis of the beaten zone is perpendicular to the front of the target.
Class of fire, with respect to target, that fire is delivered directly against the flank of the target
Class of fire, with respect to target, that occurs when the long axis of the beaten zone is at an angle other than a right angle to the front of the target
Class of fire, with respect to target, that occurs when the long axis of the beaten zone coincides or nearly coincides with the long axis of the target
Fire that is delivered against a stationary point target when the depth and width of the beaten zone will cover the target with little or no manipulation needed
Fire dispersed in width by successive changes in direction but not elevation. It is delivered against a wide target with
Fire distributed in depth by successive changes in elevation. It is employed against a deep target or a target that has depth and minimal width.
Fire that is in combination in which successive changes in
direction and elevation result in the distribution of fires both in width and depth
Traverse and Searching Fire
Fire employed against targets that require major changes in direction but little or no change in elevation
Fire delivered against moving targets that must be
rapidly engaged with fast changes in both direction and elevation
What are the three types of fire?
rapid, sustained, and cyclic
Rate of fire that fire places an exceptionally high volume of fire on an enemy position. Used to suppress the enemy rapidly
Rate of fire used after the enemy has been suppressed to conserve ammunition and barrels
Rate of fire used usually only to engage aircraft or to fire the FPF in the defense to protect the perimeter
An area to be covered by fire that is assigned to an individual, a weapon, or a unit
Sector of Fire
What is the date/time group format?
A predetermined line along which grazing fire is placed to stop an enemy assault
Final Protective Line
An immediately available prearranged barrier of fire to stop enemy movement across defensive lines or areas
Final Protective Fire
What shows the gunner where to place fires on designated targets during limited visibility, provides the gunner conducting a relief in place all the information needed to respond immediately to enemy action, and provides the platoon leader and company commander information for their fire planning?
A Range Card
What procedure is done after a weapon has been reassembled?
The M249 and M240 fire from what bolt position?
Formal Manual for Crew Served Machine Guns 5.56 mm and 7.62 mm
On a Range Card, what is an easily recognizable point on the ground (natural or manmade) used to initiate, distribute, and control fires called?
Target Reference Point (TRP)
On a Range Card, what is a priority direction of fire assigned to cover an area which provides good fields of fire or has a likely avenue of approach?
Principal Direction of Fire (PDF)
How many copies of one specific range card are made?
What are two weapons that are favored to cover dead space?
M320 and M203
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