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 [NOOK 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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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


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.

This manual is organized to lead the trainer through the material needed to conduct training during initial entry training (IET) and unit sustainment training. Preliminary subjects include discussion on the weapons’ capabilities, mechanical training, and the fundamentals and principles of rifle marksmanship. Live-fire applications are scheduled after the soldier has demonstrated preliminary skills.


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
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