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  1. M16/M4 Reference
    • FM 3-22.9
    • TM 9-1005-319-10
  2. MK 19 Machine Gun Reference
    • FM 3-22.27
    • TM 9-1010-230-10
  3. M203 Grenade Launcher Reference
    • FM 3-22.31
    • TM 9-1010-221-10
  4. M2 (.50 cal) Machine Gun Reference
    • FM 3-22.65
    • TM 9-1005-213-10
  5. M240B Machine Gun Reference
    • FM 3-22.68
    • TM 9-1005-313-10
  6. M9 (9MM) Semiautomatic Pistol Reference
    • FM 3-23.35
    • TM 9-1005-317-10
  7. M249 Squad Automatic Weapon Reference
    • FM 3-22.68
    • TM 9-1005-201-10
  8. Composite Risk Management Reference
    FM 5-19
  9. M16 / M4 Maximum effective ranges
    • Point: 550m
    • Area: 800m
    • Tracer Burn-out: 900m
  10. Wear and apperance of Army uniforms and insignia
    AR 670-1
  11. M9 Combat Qualification Course Scorecard form
    DA Form 88-R
  12. M9 Alterenate Pistol Qualification Scorecard form
    DA Form 5704-R
  13. M9 Maximum effective range
    50m
  14. Scorecard for M249
    DA Form 7304-R
  15. Top Priority Risk Assessment hazards
    • Casualties from bullets
    • Negligent discharge
    • Flagging of Soldiers w/ weapons
    • Accountability of ammo
    • Failure to obey range safety rules
  16. M249 / M240B Maximum effective Range
    • Max. range 3600m
    • Point 600m
    • Area 800m
  17. MK 19 Maximum effective range
    • Area 2212m
    • Point 1500m
  18. MK 19 Ammunition
    • HE - High Explosive (M383 HE)
    • HEDP - High Explosive Dual Purpose (M430 HEDP)
    • TP - Training Practice (M385A1 TP)
    • Practice (M918)
  19. M2 .50 cal Maximum effective range
    • Area 1830m
    • Point 1500m
  20. Mil/MOA/Degs Conversion
    • 1 MOA = 1 in @ 100 Yds / m
    • 1 Mil = 3.5 MOA
    • 1 Deg = 17.77 Mils
  21. Army safety website
    • US Army Combat Readiness / Safety Center
    • safety.army.mil
  22. The Army Safety Program reference
    AR 385-10
  23. Range Safety Reference
    AR 385-63
  24. RFMSS
    Range Facility Management Support System
  25. Range Facility Management Support System (RFMSS) consists of:
    • Range and training area scheduling
    • Unit and range control approval processes
    • Live training asset allocation
    • Integrated Training Area Management
    • Automation of range firing desk operations
    • Resolution of safety and environmental conflicts
    • Creation and management of Surface Danger Zones
  26. NOTAMS
    notifications to airmen
  27. NOTAMS is used for?
    • military exercises with resulting airspace restrictions
    • inoperable radio navigational aids
    • hazards such as air-shows, parachute jumps, kite flying, rocket launches
  28. PEO-STRI
    • Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, & Instrumenation
    • www.peostri.army.mil
  29. PEO STRI Mission & Vision
    • Provide simulation, training and testing
    • Functional and leadership skills
  30. DTMS
    Digital Training Management System
  31. DTMS Provides
    • The ability to plan, resource and manage unit and individual training at all levels. Compiles collective and individual tasks
    • Weapons qualifications
    • Army Physical Fitness Tests (APFT)
    • Mandatory training and deployment tasks from "Enlistment to Retirement".
  32. Army Training and Leader Development
    AR 350-1
  33. What is the job of a Training Tech
    Serve as a subject matter expert in Training, Advisory services, Administering OJT, Operations, and Development of Training Programs
  34. Army Values
    • L- Loyalty
    • D- Duty
    • R- Respect
    • S- Selfless Service
    • H- Honor
    • I- Integrity
    • P- Personal Courage
  35. Physical Security of Arms, Ammunitions, and Explosives
    AR 190-11

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