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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers_CEHNC 1110-1-23_Design Guide for the Sustainable Range Program_Infantry Platoon Battle Course (IPBC) Volume_1 December 2004

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers_CEHNC 1110-1-23_Design Guide for the Sustainable Range Program_Infantry Platoon Battle Course (IPBC) Volume_1 December 2004

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These design guidelines provide direction to designers and planners for the
following standard ranges. All of these standard ranges fall under the mandate of
Training Circular (TC) 25-8, Training Ranges.
Battle Area Complex (BAX)
Digital Multipurpose Range Complex (DMPRC)
Digital Multipurpose Training Range (DMPTR)
Multipurpose Scout Qualification Range (SQR)
Antiarmor Tracking and Live-Fire (AATLF) Range
Combined Arms Collective Training Facility (CACTF)
Live Fire Exercise Shoothouse (LFSH)
Urban Assault Course (UAC)
Infantry Platoon Battle Course (IPBC)
Infantry Squad Battle Course (ISBC)
Qualification Training Range (QTR)
Multipurpose Machine Gun Transition (MPMG) Range
Automated Sniper Field Fire (SFF) Range
Modified Record Fire (MRF) Range
Automated Record Fire (ARF) Range
Automated Field Fire (AFF) Range
Squad Defense Range (SDR)
Automated Combat Pistol/Military Police Firearms Qualification Course (CP/MPQC)
Live Fire Exercise Breach (LFEB) Facility
Fire and Movement Range (FMR)
Rifle/Machine Gun Zero (ZERO) Range
The design guidelines identify the interface points between the automated
target system installation contractor and the range construction contractor, facilitate the
standardization of range facilities, and note salient points and design criteria for
standardized ranges. Recommended range layouts and design guidance are also included;
definitive details for support facilities required on the ranges are provided for viewing
(MicroStation files can be provided upon request). Adaptation of the standard designs to
meet site-specific conditions is the responsibility of the designer.
The information in this document is based on TC 25-8 Training Ranges
dated 5 April 2004, FCC 17897. The IPBC is used to train and test infantry platoons,
either mounted or dismounted, on the skills necessary to conduct tactical movement
techniques, detect, identify, engage and defeat stationary and moving infantry and
stationary and moving armor targets in a tactical array.
These design guidelines provide direction to designers and planners for the
following standard ranges. All of these standard ranges fall under the mandate of
Training Circular (TC) 25-8, Training Ranges.
Battle Area Complex (BAX)
Digital Multipurpose Range Complex (DMPRC)
Digital Multipurpose Training Range (DMPTR)
Multipurpose Scout Qualification Range (SQR)
Antiarmor Tracking and Live-Fire (AATLF) Range
Combined Arms Collective Training Facility (CACTF)
Live Fire Exercise Shoothouse (LFSH)
Urban Assault Course (UAC)
Infantry Platoon Battle Course (IPBC)
Infantry Squad Battle Course (ISBC)
Qualification Training Range (QTR)
Multipurpose Machine Gun Transition (MPMG) Range
Automated Sniper Field Fire (SFF) Range
Modified Record Fire (MRF) Range
Automated Record Fire (ARF) Range
Automated Field Fire (AFF) Range
Squad Defense Range (SDR)
Automated Combat Pistol/Military Police Firearms Qualification Course (CP/MPQC)
Live Fire Exercise Breach (LFEB) Facility
Fire and Movement Range (FMR)
Rifle/Machine Gun Zero (ZERO) Range
The design guidelines identify the interface points between the automated
target system installation contractor and the range construction contractor, facilitate the
standardization of range facilities, and note salient points and design criteria for
standardized ranges. Recommended range layouts and design guidance are also included;
definitive details for support facilities required on the ranges are provided for viewing
(MicroStation files can be provided upon request). Adaptation of the standard designs to
meet site-specific conditions is the responsibility of the designer.
The information in this document is based on TC 25-8 Training Ranges
dated 5 April 2004, FCC 17897. The IPBC is used to train and test infantry platoons,
either mounted or dismounted, on the skills necessary to conduct tactical movement
techniques, detect, identify, engage and defeat stationary and moving infantry and
stationary and moving armor targets in a tactical array.

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US Army Corpsof Engineers
 
U.S. Army Corps of EngineersDesign Guide for the Sustainable RangeProgram
 
Infantry Platoon Battle Course(IPBC)Volume
CEHNC 1110-1-231 December 2004
 
CEHNC 1110-1-23U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERSDESIGN GUIDE FOR THE SUSTAINABLE RANGE PROGRAMPrepared byU.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, HuntsvilleHuntsville, AlabamaIn association withR. Ward & Associates, Inc.Ozark, Missouri1 December 2004
 
 Foreword
PURPOSE:
These design guidelines provide direction to designers and planners for thefollowing standard ranges. All of these standard ranges fall under the mandate of Training Circular (TC) 25-8, Training Ranges.
 
Battle Area Complex (BAX)Digital Multipurpose Range Complex (DMPRC)Digital Multipurpose Training Range (DMPTR)Multipurpose Scout Qualification Range (SQR)Antiarmor Tracking and Live-Fire (AATLF) RangeCombined Arms Collective Training Facility (CACTF)Live Fire Exercise Shoothouse (LFSH)Urban Assault Course (UAC)Infantry Platoon Battle Course (IPBC)Infantry Squad Battle Course (ISBC)Qualification Training Range (QTR)Multipurpose Machine Gun Transition (MPMG) RangeAutomated Sniper Field Fire (SFF) RangeModified Record Fire (MRF) RangeAutomated Record Fire (ARF) RangeAutomated Field Fire (AFF) RangeSquad Defense Range (SDR)Automated Combat Pistol/Military Police Firearms Qualification Course (CP/MPQC)Live Fire Exercise Breach (LFEB) FacilityFire and Movement Range (FMR)Rifle/Machine Gun Zero (ZERO) Range
SCOPE:
The design guidelines identify the interface points between the automatedtarget system installation contractor and the range construction contractor, facilitate thestandardization of range facilities, and note salient points and design criteria forstandardized ranges. Recommended range layouts and design guidance are also included;definitive details for support facilities required on the ranges are provided for viewing(MicroStation files can be provided upon request). Adaptation of the standard designs tomeet site-specific conditions is the responsibility of the designer.
POINT OF CONTACT:
Address inquiries to Commander, U.S. Army Engineeringand Support Center, Huntsville, AL, ATTN: CEHNC-IS-SP (RTLP), P.O. Box 1600,Huntsville, AL 35807-4301; phone 256-895-1535; or FAX 256-895-1248.1/1Forward

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