US Army Rager handbook Combined with, RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP M16A1, M16A2/3, M16A4, AND M4 CARBINE, Plus 500 free US military manuals and US Army field manuals when you sample this book

US Army Rager handbook Combined with, RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP M16A1, M16A2/3, M16A4, AND M4 CARBINE, Plus 500 free US military manuals and US Army field manuals when you sample this book

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US Army Rager handbook Combined with, RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP M16A1, M16A2/3, M16A4, AND M4 CARBINE, Plus 500 free US military manuals and US Army field manuals when you sample this book


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This manual provides guidance for planning and executing training on the 5.56-mm M16-series rifle (M16A1/A2/A3/A4) and M4 carbine. It is a guide for commanders, leaders, and instructors to develop training programs, plans, and lessons that meet the objectives or intent of the United States Army rifle marksmanship program.





TABLE OF CONTENTS
I RANGER CREED
II STANDING ORDERS ROGER’S RANGERS
III RANGER HISTORY
IV RANGER TRAINING BRIGADE HISTORY
CHAPTER 1 – LEADERSHIP
PRINCIPLES OF LEADERSHIP 1-1
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES 1-2
ASSUMPTION OF COMMAND 1-7
CHAPTER 2 – OPERATIONS
TROOP LEADING PROCEDURES 2-1
COMBAT INTELLIGENCE 2-7
WARNING ORDER 2-8
OPERATIONS ORDER 2-11
FRAGMENTARY ORDER 2-17
ANNEXES 2-22
COORDINATION CHECKLISTS 2-29
DOCTRINAL TERMS 2-34
CHAPTER 3 – FIRE SUPPORT
CAPABILITIES 3-2
CLOSE AIR SUPPORT 3-4
CALL FOR FIRE 3-5
CHAPTER 4 – MOVEMENT
TECHNIQUES 4-2
TACTICAL MARCHES 4-6
DANGER AREAS 4-9
CHAPTER 5 – PATROLLING
PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS 5-1
RECONNAISSANCE OPERATIONS 5-6
COMBAT PATROLS 5-13
AMBUSH 5-14
RAID 5-16
DEPARTURE/RE-ENTRY 5-25
LINK-UP 5-27
PATROL BASE 5-30
MOVEMENT TO CONTACT 5-34
CHAPTER 6 – BATTLE DRILLS
PLATOON ATTACK 6-1
SQUAD ATTACK 6-5
REACT TO CONTACT 6-8
BREAK CONTACT 6-9
REACT TO AMBUSH 6-11
KNOCK OUT BUNKERS 6-12
ENTER/CLEAR A TRENCH 6-14
BREACH 6-19
CHAPTER 7 – COMMUNICATIONS
AN/PRC-119 7-1
AN/PRC-126 7-3
CHAPTER 8 – ARMY AVIATION
AIR ASSAULT 8-1
AIR ASSAULT FORMATIONS 8-3
PZ OPERATIONS 8-5
SAFETY 8-8
CHAPTER 9 – WATERBORNE OPERATIONS
ONE ROPE BRIDGE 9-1
BOAT POSITIONS 9-8
EMBARKING/DEBARKING 9-11
LANDING SITE 9-11
RIVER MOVEMENT 9-13
FORMATIONS 9-14
CHAPTER 10 – MILITARY MOUNTAINEERING
SPECIAL EQUIPMENT 10-1
KNOTS 10-2
BELAYS 10-8
TIGHTENING SYSTEMS 10-10
ROCK CLIMBING TECHNIQUES 10-10
RAPPELING 10-14
CHAPTER 11 – EVASION/SURVIVAL
EVASION 11-1
SURVIVAL 11-1
NAVIGATION 11-2
WATER 11-4
PLANT FOOD 11-5
ANIMAL FOOD 11-6
TRAPS AND SNARES 11-8
SHELTERS 11-17
FIRE BUILDING 11-19
CHAPTER 12 – FIRST AID
LIFESAVING STEPS 12-1
BITES AND STINGS 12-1
NINE LINE MEDEVAC REQUEST 12-2
HEAD INJURY 12-4
ENVIRONMENTAL INJURIES 12-5
CHAPTER 13 – DEMOLITIONS
MDI COMPONENTS 13-1
DETONATION SYSTEMS 13-2
DEMOLITION EFFECTS SIMULATOR (DES) 13-3
CHAPTER 14 – RANGER URBAN OPERATIONS
TYPES OF URBAN OPERATIONS 14-1
PRINCIPLES OF URBAN OPERATIONS 14-2
METT-TC CONSIDERATIONS 14-2
CLOSE QUARTERS COMBAT 14-5
BREACHING 14-19



BOOK 2


RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP M16A1, M16A2/3, M16A4, AND M4 CARBINE


CONTENTS
Page
PREFACEv
CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION AND TRAINING STRATEGY
Section I. Training Overview1-1
1-1. Objectives .1-1
1-2. Training Strategy 1-1
1-3. Training Phases.1-3
Section II. Marksmanship Training Strategy . 1-5
1-4. Mission-Essential Tasks .1-5
1-5. Training Assessment.1-5
1-6. Basic Program Implementation 1-6
1-7. Training the Trainer 1-6
1-8. Duties of the Instructor-Trainer 1-7
1-9. Trainer Certification Program. 1-7
1-10. Qualification Training 1-9
1-11. Unit Live-Fire Exercises. 1-10
1-12. Commander’s Evaluation Guide. 1-11
CHAPTER 2. CHARACTERISTICS, AMMUNITION, AND ACCESSORIES
2-1. Characteristics.2-1
2-2. Rail Adapter System . 2-9
2-3. Rail Grabbers and MILES Training Extender 2-12
2-4. Backup Iron Sight . 2-14
2-5. M68, Close-Combat Optic 2-15
2-6. AN/PAQ-4B/C Infrared Aiming Light . 2-17
2-7. AN/PEQ-2A Target Pointer/Illuminator/Aiming Light 2-19
2-8. AN/PAS-13 (V2) Medium Thermal Weapon Sight and
AN/PAS-13 (V3) Heavy Thermal Weapon Sight. 2-22
2-9. AN/PVS-4 Night Vision Sight 2-23
2-10. Borelight .2-25
2-11. Ammunition Types and Characteristics 2-26
CHAPTER 3. TROUBLESHOOTING AND DESTRUCTION
3-1. Stoppages3-1
3-2. Malfunctions .3-2
3-3. Destruction Procedures.3-7
CHAPTER 4. PRELIMINARY RIFLE INSTRUCTION
(PHASE I of Basic Rifle Marksmanship)
Section I. Introduction to Basic Rifle Marksmanship and Mechanical Training . 4-1
4-1. Clearing.4-2
4-2. Cycles of Functioning. 4-3
4-3. Modes of Fire 4-8
4-4. Peer Coaching.4-10
Section II. Marksma

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