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You are explaining to you soldier that one click of the front sight post on the M4 carbine with the back up iron sight (BUIS) equals _______________.
You are discussing the shot process with your soldiers. What is the continuous process conducted through the pre-shot, shot, and post-shot to effectively apply lethal fires in a responsible manner with accuracy and precision?
What is a maintenance procedure that is accomplished to place the weapon in operation, based on the soldiers skill, capabilities, tactical scenario, aiming device, and ammunition? It's purpose is to achieve the desired relationship between the line of sight and the trajectory of the round at a known distance.
You tell your soldiers that __________ is a simple, rapid action or motion that is taken to correct basic disruptions in the cycle of function of the weapon?
One of your soldiers asks you, on an M68 close combat optic (CCO) what is the MOA adjustment per click of the elevation and win DAGR knob?
On the rifle combat optic (RCO) when the eye is positioned to see the fill field of view of the eyepiece, it is know as what?
You are discussing malfunctions with you soldiers and the corrective actions they can take to correct malfunctions. What correct action is skilled technique that must be applied to a specific problem or issue with the weapon that will not be corrected by taking immediate action?
You are discussing pre-shot, shot, and post-shot process with your soldiers you tell them that there is a level of attention allocated to each element during the shot process. Of the following, which is not an element in the shot phase of the shot process?
When a weapon fails to complete any phase of the cycle of function correctly, a _____________ has occurred.
You are discussing the Backup Iron Sight (BUIS) with your soldiers. You tell them that the BUIS provides a back up capability effective up to what range?
What is the process of having another soldier observe the firer during the firing process to look for shooting errors that the firer themselves may not consciously know they are making?
You have been tasked to conduct marksmanship training for your platoon. What reference would you use to provide your soldiers the critical information on their rifle or carbine to properly and effectively engage and destroy threats in a direct fire engagement?
TC 3-22.9, rifle and carbine
A soldier applying their learned skills, employing their equipment, leveraging technology, and applying the proper force to create an unfair fight in favor of the soldier known as _________________.
You are discussing common aiming errors with you soldiers. You tell them that they may experience this error when failing to focus on the front sight post or reticle?
Incorrect sight picture
Your tell you soldiers that they can observe the movement of items in the environment Dow range to determine the speed. You tell them that an estimated wind of 8-12 MPH is quantified by _______________.
Raises dust and loose paper
You are centering the tip of the front sight post vertically and horizontally in the rear sight aperture. This is known as?
_______________ is the science of the actions of a projectile from the time it strikes an object until it comes to rest?
You are teaching you soldiers how to compensate for the effects of wind. You tell your soldiers in order to determine wind drift they must first know wind ___________, ____________, and _____________ to estimate the effects of wind on the shot.
Velocity, direction, and value
You are discussing how to safely and effectively handle weapons with you le soldiers. What distinct weapons handling measures must your soldiers be cognitively aware of?
All the above
While teaching your soldiers about units of angular measurement, one of you soldiers asks you, an MOA has an angular measurement equal to what degree?
Everything that happens to the projectile from the time the firing pin strikes the primer to the time the bullet leaves the muzzle is known as ______________.
You are discussing ballistics with your soldiers. You tell them that ballistics is the science of the process that occur from the time a firearm is fired to the time when the bullet impacts its target. One of your soldiers asks you what the separate categories of ballistics are. Your response would be?
Internal, external, and terminal
While discussing the backup iron sight (BUIS), one of your soldiers asks, what is the MOA of one click of the windage adjustment on the BUIS for the M4 carbine?
As you are preparing to engage targets, you have determined that the wind is blowing from the 7 O'clock to the 10 O'clock. What is the wind value?
Half value wind
You are explaining to one of your soldiers that one MOA equals ___________ inches per 100 yards.
What are the elements of the Direct Engagement process?
What are the functional elements of the shot process?
Functions of stability
- muscle relaxation
- natural point of aim
- Recoil management
Combinations of support (8)
- Leg position
- non-firing elbow
- stance /
- firing hand
- firing elbow
- non-firing hand
- stock weld
Carry positions (6)
- Safe hang
- Collapsed low ready
- Low ready
- High ready
- Ready or ready up
Functional elements (AIM)
- Weapon orientation
- Sight alignment
- Sight picture
- Point of aim
- Desired point of aim
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