TRAINING RANGES, Plus 500 free US military manuals and US Army field manuals when you sample this book [NOOK Book]

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TRAINING RANGES, Plus 500 free US military manuals and US Army field manuals when you sample this book


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PREFACE
This Book provides information about Army ranges. This book provides guidance for developing and operating Army ranges. It is a working guide for trainers, range and mobilization planners, engineers, coordinators, and mandated range project review boards at all levels of the Active Army, Army National Guard, and Army Reserve. It is the primary guide for installation and major Army command range development plans and for developing the Army Master Range Plan.


Contents
Page
Figures iii
Tables . v
Preface vii
Chapter 1. Introduction
Overview.1-1
Army Ranges .1-1
Challenge 1-2
Approaches .1-2
Planning1-2
Chapter 2. Range Modernization
The Range Modernization Program2-1
Future Outlook .2-2
Chapter 3. Training Areas and Centers
Introduction.3-1
Local Training Areas (LTA)3-1
Major Training Areas (MTA)3-1
Combat Training Centers (CTC).3-2
Training Area Functional Uses3-2
Chapter 4. Range Requirements
Introduction.4-1
Determining Training Requirements4-1
Assessing Range Needs4-2
Range Availability.4-3
Scheduling and Utilization.4-3
Quantifying Range Requirements.4-5
Throughput Capacity.4-7
Throughput Requirements4-7
Armored Vehicle Gunnery Requirements 4-8
Range Selection .4-11
Chapter 5. Range Development
Introduction.5-1
Planning5-1
Project Initiation.5-4
Range Land.5-4
Facilities and Equipment 5-4
Training Schedules 5-5
Training Aids, Devices, Simulators, Simulations, and Sub-Caliber Ranges5-5
Resource Management5-5
Host Nations…… 5-5
Alternatives and Justification………………………5-5
Site Planning Process5-6
Terrain .5-7
Range Impact Area Requirements .5-8
Gun-Target Lines .5-8
SDZ Requirements 5-8
Target Areas5-9
Target Visibility .5-9
Range Analysis and Design System.5-9
Target Accessibility and Protection5-10
Gun-Target Engagement Sequence 5-10
Preliminary Documentation .5-10
Project Summary .5-11
Chapter 6. Range Operations
Introduction.6-1
The Range Organization.6-1
Range Control and Scheduling6-2
Live-Fire Operations.6-3
APPENDIX A. Range Selection.A-1
APPENDIX B. Range Equipment B-1
APPENDIX C. Live-fire Checklist.C-1
APPENDIX D. Army Ranges .D-1
APPENDIX E. RTLP Planning Process .E-1
Glossary.Glossary-1
Section I Abbreviations.Glossary-1
Section II Terms Glossary-5
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012752321
  • Publisher: www.survivalebooks.com
  • Publication date: 7/17/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 4 MB

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