Apache

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Apache
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  1. 1st General Order
    I will guard everything within the limits of my post and quit my post only when properly relieved.
  2. 2nd General Order
    I will obey my special orders and preform all my duties in a military manner.
  3. 3rd General Order
    I will report all violations of my special orders, emergencies, and everything not covered in my instructions to the commander of relief.
  4. 5 Principles of Patroling
    • Planning
    • Reconnaissance
    • Security
    • Control
    • Common Sense
  5. 4 Elements of Combat Power
    • Maneuver
    • Fire Power
    • Protection
    • Leadership
  6. SALUTE Report Format
    • Size(# of enemy)
    • Activity
    • Location(8 digit grid)
    • Unit/Uniform
    • Time(day/time/month/year)
    • Equipment(Gear, weapons)
  7. 5 Paragraphs of an OpOrd
    • Situation
    • Mission
    • Execution
    • Service & Support
    • Command & Signal
  8. 5 S's Detainee
    • Search
    • Silence
    • Segregate
    • Safeguard
    • Speed to the rear
  9. 5 Point Contingency Plan (GOTWA)
    • Going where
    • Others going
    • Time of return
    • What to do if i dont return
    • Actions upon contact
  10. 3 D's
    • Distance
    • Direction
    • Discription
  11. METT-TC
    • Mission
    • Enemy
    • Terrain/Weather
    • Troops/Equipment
    • Time
    • Civilians on the Battlefield
  12. 5 C's IED
    • Confirm
    • Clear
    • Call
    • Cordon
    • Control
  13. LACE Report
    • Liquid
    • Ammo
    • Casualties
    • Equipment
  14. Terrain (Analyze)
    • Observation/Field of Fire
    • Cover/Concealment
    • Obstacles on the Battlefield
    • Key terrain features
    • Avenues of Approach
  15. Types of rally points
    • Initial
    • En-route
    • Objective
    • Re-Entry
    • Near and Far side
  16. 7 Fundamentals of Mout
    • Dominate
    • Eliminate
    • Search
    • Secure
    • Speed
    • Momentum
    • Violence of action
  17. Fundamentals of Marksmanship
    • Sight Picture
    • Steady Position
    • Control Breathing
    • Trigger Sqeeze
  18. 3 Types of bleeding
    • Arterial - Bright red w/ heartbeat
    • Venous - Dark Red, Steady flow
    • Capillary - Oozes From Wound
  19. 5 Major Terrain Features
    • Hill
    • Valley
    • Ridge
    • Saddle
    • Depression
  20. 3 Minor Terrain features
    • Draw
    • Spur
    • Cliff
  21. 2 Supplementary Terrain Features
    • Cut
    • Fill
  22. 4 Life Saving Steps for first aid
    • 1. Clear Airway and Restore Breathing
    • 2.Stop Bleeding
    • 3. Treat to Prevent Infections
    • 4. Prevent Shock
  23. Colors of the Map
    • Black - Man made features
    • Blue - Water
    • Green - Vegetation
    • Brown - Relief Features & elevation
    • Red - Cultural Features
  24. 2 Types of Partols
    • Reconnaissance
    • Combat - Ambush, raid
  25. Ambush Formations
    • Linear
    • L- shaped
  26. Ambush Categories
    • Hasty
    • Deliberate
  27. 3 Movement Techniques
    • Traveling - Enemy Contact not likely; Speed Necessary
    • Traveling Over-watch - Enemy Contact Likely
    • Bounding Over-watch - Enemy Contact Expected
    • A.Successive
    • B.Alternating
  28. 3 Methods of zone recon
    • 1. Fan Method
    • 2. Box Method
    • 3. Converging Routes Method
  29. Actions Upon Enemy Contact
    • 1. Return Fire
    • 2. Get Behind cover/Concealment
    • 3. Call out 3 D's
    • 4. Get on line with the enemy
  30. Prioritys of Work
    • 1. Security Plan
    • 2. Weapons maintenance plan
    • 3. Personal Hygiene
    • 4. Chow/Water plan
    • 5. Rest Plan
  31. 8 Troop leading procedures (TLP's)
    • 1. Receive Mission
    • 2. Issue WARNO
    • 3. Make Tentative plan
    • 4. Initiate Necessary Movement
    • 5. Conduct Recon
    • 6. Complete the plan
    • 7. Issue OpOrd
    • 8. Supervise
    • A. PCI's
    • B. Rehearsal
  32. 8 Battle Drills
    • 1/1A - Platoon/Squad Attack
    • 2 - React to contact
    • 3 - Break Contact
    • 4 - React to Near/Far Ambush
    • 5 - Knockout Bunker
    • 6 - Enter Building/Clear Room
    • 7 - Enter/Clear Trench
    • 8 - Initial Breach of mine wired Obstacle
  33. PIR
    Priority Intel Requirement
  34. IR
    Intel Report
  35. ORP
    Objective Rally Point
  36. LOA
    Limit of Advance
  37. OP
    Observation point
  38. SITREP
    Situation Report
  39. CASEVAC
    Casualty Evacuation
  40. EPW
    Enemy Prisoner of war
  41. AAR
    After Action Report
  42. NLT
    No Later Than
  43. SKT
    Small Kill Team
  44. POI
    Point of Impact
  45. POO
    Point of Origin
  46. BII
    Basic Issued Items
  47. MMG
    Medium Machine Gun
  48. M4 Carbine
    • Caliber - 5.56mm
    • Weight - 7.5 lb w/ 30 round mag
    • Length - Closed 29.75/Open 33in
    • Rifling - RH 1/7 twist
    • Muzzling Velocity - 2970 fps
    • Chamber pressure - 52000 psi
    • Cyclic Rate of Fire - 700-970rpm (Approx.)
  49. M4 Maximum Rate of Fire
    • Semi - 45rpm
    • Burst - 90rpm
    • Sustained Rate of fire - 12-15 rpm
  50. M4 Max Ranges
    • Point - 500m
    • Area - 600m
    • Max Range - 3600m
    • Tracer burn out - 900m
  51. Immediate Action for the M4 (SPORTS)
    • Slap Mag Upward
    • Pull Charging Handle back
    • Observe the round being chambered
    • Release Charging handle forward
    • Tap the forward assist
    • Squeeze trigger to shoot
  52. M203 Description
    The M203 is a light weight single shot, breech loaded, pump action, sliding barrel, shoulder fired weapon attached to the M4, M16a1,M16a2
  53. M203 Stats
    • Weight - 3Lbs
    • 40 mm Round - 1/2lb
    • 36 rotations to arm
    • Minimum Arming Range
    • -Combat 35m
    • -Non Combat 65m
    • Max Effective Range
    • -point 150m
    • -area 350
    • Max Range - 400m
  54. 7 Most Common 40mm Rounds
    • HE
    • HEDP
    • Chemical, Smoke
    • Practice
    • Bounding
    • Fragmentation
    • Multiple projectile or buck shot
    • White star
    • Parachute
  55. M249 SAW Description
    M249 is a gas operated, air cooled, belt or magazine fed automatic weapon that fires from the open bolt position.
  56. M249 SAW Stats
    • Weight - 16.41 lbs
    • 200rd. drum - 6.92lbs
    • 100rd nut sack - 3lbs
    • Length - 40.75in
    • Rifling Twist - 1 RH turn in 7in.
  57. M249 SAW Rates of fire
    • Sustained - 3-5 round burst, 50 rpm, barrel change every 10min
    • Rapid - 5-7 round burst, 100 rpm, Barrel change every 2 min
    • Cyclic - 850 rpm, barrel change every 1 min
  58. M249 SAW Maximum effective range
    • Point - 600m
    • Area - 800m
    • Surpressive - 1000m
    • Max Range - 3600m
  59. M240B Description
    The M240B is an air cooled, belt fed, gas operated automatic medium machine gun that fires from the open bolt position.
  60. 8 Major parts of the M240B
    • Butt stock w/ Buffer assembly
    • Drive Rod & spring assembly
    • Bolt and Operating rod assembly
    • Feed tray
    • feed tray cover
    • Trigger housing assembly
    • Gas Regulator
    • Barrel
  61. M240B Stats
    • Weight - 27.6lbs
    • Barrel Length - 24.68in
    • Barrel Weight - 7lbs
    • 100rd belt (ball) - 7lbs
    • Length - 49in
    • Caliber - 7.62mm
  62. M240B Rate of Fire
    • Sustained - 7-9rd burst, 100rpm, and barrel change 10mins
    • Rapid - 10-13rd burst, 200rpm, barrel change 2mins
    • Cyclic - 650-950rpm, barrel change 1min

    3 settings on the gas regulator - to change the rates of fire
  63. M240B Max effective range
    • Point Bi-pod - 600m
    • Area Bi-pod - 800m

    • Point Tri-pod - 800m
    • Area Tri-pod - 1100m

    • Height - 18in mounted on tri-pod
  64. 5 Different types of rounds for the M240B
    • Dummy
    • Blank
    • Ball
    • Tracer
    • Armor piercing
  65. 3 classes of fire related to the M240B
    • Target
    • Gun
    • Ground
  66. Target Class for the M240B
    • Frontal - Enemy walking toward you
    • Flanking - Enemy walking L>R or R>L
    • Enfilade - Enemy walking in a diagonal
    • Obliek - Enemy in broad open area
  67. Gun Class for the M240B
    • Fixed gun - on tri-pod w/ T&E attached
    • Free gun - on tri-pod w/o T&E attached
    • Searching - looking left to right or right to left for enemy targets
    • Traversing - looking up and down for enemy
    • Swinging Travers - looking left and right, up and down
  68. Ground Class for the M240B
    • Grazing Fire - firing 1m off the ground for up to 600m over gradually sloping terrain
    • Plunging Fire - firing from an elevated position down at the enemy
  69. Nomenclature for the 20lb tri-pod mount
    M122A

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