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Which vehicles are designed for operations at or beyond the FLOT, not to initiate combat but to survive if engaged?
Reconnaissance vehicles (CRVs).
Which vehicles are usually classified as Main Battle Tanks and Light Tanks?
Armored Fighting Vehicles.
What are tracked, heavily armored vehicles with guns of generally 75 mm or more and typically weigh over 30 metric tons?
Main Battle Tanks.
What are tracked, have armor protection and guns of 60 mm or greater and lighter than MBTs?
What are the two types of light armored fighting vehicles?
- - Armored Personnel Carriers (APCs)
- - Infantry Fighting Vehicles (IFVs)
Which vehicles are intended to carry soldiers to the close combat zone, then dismount them for their commitment to the fight?
Armored Personnel Carriers.
What are designed to fight with soldiers onboard, to carry the soldiers forward without dismounting them if possible, and to support them with direct fires if they do dismount?
Infantry Fighting Vehicles.
What are the five categories of artillery?
- - Gun
- - Howitzer
- - Mortar
- - Rocket
- - Missile
Which characteristic of enemy artillery is Long Range, flat trajectory?
Which characteristic of enemy artillery is medium range, medium trajectory.
Which characteristic of enemy artillery is short range, high trajectory?
Which characteristic of enemy artillery is self-propelled, unguided?
Which characteristic of enemy artillery is self-propelled, guided?
Antiaircraft artillery that is less than 14.5mm?
Antiaircraft artillery that is between 14.5mm and 35mm?
Antiaircraft artillery that is between 37mm and 76mm?
Antiaircraft artillery that is 85mm and above?
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