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what key info goes in the orientation para?
- current location
- direction of north
- key terrain
- tcm's within the ao
- local history
- enemy pos
what are the 3 components in the enemy situation
- composition, disposition, and strength (SALUTE)
- capailities and limitations (DRAWD)
what 3 things should be in EMLCOA?
- enemy's mission
- what the enemy is doing now
- what the enemy will do on contact
what are the 3 sections of friendly?
- highers mission
- adjacent units
- supporting units
what must an attached unit receive during the order?
what is the most important part of the mission paragraph?
the "why" aka purpose
what are the two component of a mission statement?
what are the 4 main sub paragraphs of the execution para?
- commanders intent
- concept of operations
- coordinating instructions
what three components are in the commanders intent?
- purpose of operation
- method of exploitation
- end state desired
what goes in the commanders intent purpose statement?
the IOT part of the mission statement
what goes in the commanders intent method section?
- enemy key strength
- enemy key weakness
- exploitation plan
what 3 things is the end state relative to?
- enemy units
- friendly units
- and terrain
what two things go in the concept of operations?
- scheme of maneuver
- fire support plan
- (these should be anonymous, sequential, and thorough?
what are the five essential elements of offensive scheme of maneuver?
- distribution of forces
- form of man
- direction of at
what is the distribution of forces?
identify the ME and the sup ef
what are the different types of attacks for form of man?
- frontal at
- flanking at
- turning movement
what is the direction of at?
general direction from aa to obj
what goes in the concept of operations para?
what goes in coordinating instruction?
anything that pertains to two or more subordinate units.
what goes in the administration para?
what is priority during make recon?
to get eyes on the enemy
what does ocoka-w stand for?
- · observation
- cover and concealment
- key terrain
- avenues of approach
what acronym is used to find terrain and weather?
what can an at4 penetrate?
17.7 inches of steel
what are the three safeties a an at4?
- transport safety pin
- cocking lever
- red safety catch
what are the different color bands on an at4?
- black with yellow band- he anti armor roud
- gold or yellow- field handling trainer
- no band- 9mm tracer bullet trainer
what are the different warhead effects of an at4?
- impact- the nosecone crushes; the impact sensor activates the fuse
- after armor effects-
what are the four engagement methods used with an at4?
- sequence firing- shoot one and adjust
- pair firing- two or more marine with two or more at4s
- volley firing- shoot multiple at one time
what is the casualty radius of a m67 grenade?
what are the different parts of a grenade?
what is the name of an incendiary grenade?
what is the name of a smoke grenade?
what is the name of a colored smoke grenade?
how high can a pyro go?
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