Army Basics

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  1. The 8 Functions of the M16
    • 1. Feeding
    • 2. Chambering
    • 3. Locking
    • 4. Firing
    • 5. Unlocking
    • 6. Extracting
    • 7. Ejecting
    • 8. Cocking
  2. 4 Fundamentals of Marksmanship
    • 1. Stead Positioning
    • 2. Aiming
    • 3. Breathing
    • 4. Trigger Squeeze
  3. Maximum Effective Range of the M16 (Point)
    550 Meters
  4. Maximum Effective Range of the M16 (Area)
    800 Meters
  5. M16 Loaded Weight
    8.79 lbs
  6. M16 Unloaded Weight
    7.68 lbs
  7. 5 Types of Ammunition
    • 1. Ball
    • 2. Dummy
    • 3. Blank
    • 4. Tracer
    • 5. Plastic
  8. Most Dominant Combatives Position
    The Full Mount
  9. The 4 Combatives Positions
    • 1. Full Mount
    • 2. Rear Mount
    • 3. Guard
    • 4. Side Control
  10. 3 Chokes
    • 1. Cross Collar Choke
    • 2. Rear Neck Choke
    • 3. Guillotine
  11. 3 Kinds of Carry
    • 1. Hawes Carry
    • 2. Modified 2 Man Carry
    • 3. Single Arm Carry
  12. TC3
    • Care Under Fire
    • Tactical Field Care
    • Tactical Evacuation Care
  13. 7 Steps to Evaluating A Casualty
    • 1. Responsiveness
    • 2. Breathing
    • 3. Blood
    • 4. Shock
    • 5. Fractures
    • 6. Burns
    • 7. Head Injuries
  14. 3 Heat Injuries
    • 1. Heat Stroke
    • 2. Heat Cramps
    • 3. Heat Exhaustion
  15. 3 Cold Weather Injuries
    • 1. Frost Bite
    • 2. Trench-Emerson Foot
    • 3. Snow Blindness
  16. FH (Commo)
    Frequency Hop
  17. FHM (Commo)
    Frequency Hop Master
  18. PT (Commo)
    Plain Text
  19. CT (Commo)
    Cypher Text
  20. SC (Commo)
    Single Channel
  21. SALUTE
    • Size
    • Activity
    • Location
    • Uniform
    • Time
    • Equipment
  22. LACE
    • Liquids
    • Ammunition
    • Casualties
    • Equiment
  23. 9 Line Medevac
    • 1. Location
    • 2. Radio Frequency/Call Sign
    • 3. Number of Casualties by precedence
    • 4. Special Equipment
    • 5. Number of Casualties by equipment
    • 6. Security of Pickup Sight
    • 7. Marking Method
    • 8. Nationality
    • 9. CBRN
  24. Map Colors
    • Blue - Water
    • Green - Vegitation
    • Black - Man Made
    • Red - Improved Roads
    • Brown - Contour Lines
  25. 5 Major Terrain Features
    • 1. Hill
    • 2. Valley
    • 3. Ridge
    • 4. Saddle
    • 5. Depression
  26. 3 Minor Terrain Features
    • 1. Draw
    • 2. Spur
    • 3. Cliff
  27. 2 Methods of Holding A Compass
    • 1. Compass to Cheek
    • 2. Centerhold
  28. CBRN
    • Chemical
    • Biological
    • Radiological
    • Nuclear
  29. MOPP
    Mission Oriented Protective Posture
  30. How many and what are the MOPP Levels
    • 0. Carrying MOPP Gear
    • 1. Top and Bottom Over Garments
    • 2. Over Gear and Over Boots
    • 3. Over Gear, Boots, Mask
    • 4. All MOPP Gear (Adding Gloves)
  31. CANA Injector
    Anti Convulsion Aid
  32. 9 Line IED/UXO Report
    • 1. DTG
    • 2. Unit/Location
    • 3. Radio Frequency
    • 4. Ammo/Descript
    • 5. NBC
    • 6. Area Threatened
    • 7. How Cruicial
    • 8. What you have done
    • 9. Immediate, Indirect, Minor, No Threat
  33. LDRSHIP
    • Loyalty
    • Duty
    • Respect
    • Selfless Service
    • Honor
    • Integrity
    • Personal Courage
  34. Loyalty
    Bear True Faith and allegiance to the U.S. Constitution, the Army, your unit and other Soldiers
  35. Duty
    Fufill your obligations
  36. Respect
    Treat people as they should be treated
  37. Selfless Service
    Put the welfare of the Nation, the Army, and your subordinates before your own
  38. Honor
    Live up to all the Army Values
  39. Integrity
    Do whats right, legally, and morally
  40. Personal Courage
    Face fear, danger or adversity (physical or moral)
  41. 1st General Order
    "I will guard everything within the limits of my post and quit my post only when properly relieved."
  42. 2nd General Order
    "I will obey my special orders and perform all of my duties in a military manner."
  43. 3rd General Order
    "I will report violations of my special orders, emergencies, and anything not covered in my instructions, to the commander of the relief."
  44. How close will a 4, 6, and 8 digit coordinate get you to your point?
    1,000 Meters, 100 Meters, 10 Meters
  45. When using a compass what color tells you the azimuth in degrees?
    Red
  46. When using a compass, what color tells you the azimuth in mils?
    Black
  47. How many degrees and mils are in a circle?
    360 Degrees and 6400 Mils
  48. What does SPORTS stand for?
    • Slap up on the magazine
    • Pull the charging handle to the rear
    • Observe the chamber for obstructions
    • Release the charging handle
    • Tap the forward assist
    • Squeeze the trigger
  49. What is the maximum Effective range of an M60 machine gun?
    1000 Meters
  50. What grenades are used to kill or disable enemy troops?
    • M26A1
    • M33
    • M67
    • M56 Fragmentation
    • MK3A2
  51. What types of grenades would you use to signal with?
    • M18 Smoke
    • M34 White Phospherus
  52. What is the killing radius of a fragmentation grenade?
    5 Meters
  53. What are the 2 types for the M203 Grenade Launcher?
    • Leaf Sight
    • Quadrant Sight
  54. What is the maximum range of an M203 Grenade Launcher?
    • 150 Meters (Point)
    • 350 Meters (Area)
  55. How long do you have to put on the M40 Protective Mask?
    9 seconds plus an addition 6 seconds for the hood
  56. How many sets of atropine injections can you give yourself and buddy?
    • 1 to yourself
    • 3 to your body
  57. How many CANA injectors can be given to 1 casualty?
    3
  58. How long is the life of the green NBC suit?
    6 hours
  59. How long is the life of the chemical suit?
    24 hours
  60. What are 3 things you never do to a tourniquet?
    Never Remove, Cover, or Loosen

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