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Depict the following operational terms and graphics.

CO boundaries, Air and ground axis of advance for shaping and decisive Ops,
unit symbols, targets, and other graphics used during OPORDS.(ADRP 1-02)

Troop Leading Procedures. (3-21.8, 5-6) (3PT)
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Receive the mission
Issue a warning order
Make a tentative plan
Initiate movement
Conduct reconnaissance
Complete the plan
Issue the operations order
Supervise and refine

Course of action development. (3-21.8, 5-16)

Acronym AGADAP
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Analyze relative combat power
Generate options
Array forces
Develop concept of operations
Assign responsibilities
Prepare COA statement and sketch

Identify the forms of maneuver based and draw the picture. (3-21.8, 7-1)
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2.
3.
4.

Envelopment
Turning movement
Infiltration
Penetration
5.

Frontal attack

Ranges of the M240B?
SH 21-76

Bipod/point: 600m Tripod/point: 800m

Bipod/area: 800m Tripod/area: 1,100m

Suppression: 1,800M Grazing: 600m

The four major urban patterns (FM 3-06, 2-6)
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2.
3.
4.

Satellite
Network
Linear
Segment

Organization task to squads to conduct a breach: (3-21.8, F-7)
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2.
3.

Support Force – Suppress, Obscure
Breach Force – Suppress, Obscure, Secure, Reduce
Assault Force – Assault, Suppress(if necessary)

Movement techniques (SH 21-76)
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2.
3.

Traveling
Traveling overwatch
Bounding overwatch

Describe and depict SOSRA
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2.
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5.

(3-21.8, F-6)

Suppress: suppress enemy direct fire systems covering the reduction area
Obscure: control obscuring smoke
Secure: provides local security
Reduce: eliminating the obstacle
Assault: destroy the enemy on far side of obstacle

Four types of platoon battle positions and depict them. (FM 3-21.10, 5-56)
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Primary

2.

Alternate

3.

Supplementary

4.

Subsequent

7 steps of engagement area development. (FM 3-21.8, 8-16)
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2.

Identify likely enemy avenues of approach
Identify the enemy scheme of maneuver

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7.

Determine where to kill the enemy
Plan and integrate obstacles
Emplace weapons systems
Plan and integrate indirect fires
Conduct an engagement area rehearsal

9 Line Medevac Request (FM 40-2.2, 4-32)
Line 1. Location of the pick-up site
Line 2. Radio frequency, call sign, and suffix
Line 3. Number of patients by precedence. A) Urgent B) Urgent surgical C) Priority
Line 4. Special equipment required. A) none B) Hoist C) Extraction equip D) Ventilator
Line 5. Number of patients. A) Litter B) Ambulatory
Line 6. Security at pick-up site N) No ENY P) Poss ENY E) ENY in area X) ENY in Area need Sec
Line 7. Method of marking pick-up site: A) Panel B) Pyro C) Smoke
Line 8. Patient nationality and status: A) US Mil
Line 9. NBC Contamination: * In peacetime - terrain description of pick-up site

What are the Five Principles of Patrolling as listed in the Ranger Handbook? (SH 21-76)
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2.
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5.

Planning
Reconnaissance
Security
Control
Common sense

Steps of the Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield/Battlespace (IPB) and Reconnaissance Fundamentals
(FM 34-130, 1-1)
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2.
3.
4.

Determine battlefield environment
Describe battlefield effects
Evaluate the threat
Determine threat COAs

List 3 of the 7 Reconnaissance Fundamentals
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2.
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4.
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6.
7.

Ensure continuous reconnasaince
Do not keep reconnaissance assets in reserve
Orient on the reconnaissance objective
Report information rapidly and accurately
Retain freedom of maneuver
Gain and maintain enemy contact
Develop the situation rapidly

Areas of the SDZ (DA Pam 385-63, 81)

a. - dispersion area: The area within the SDZ located between the GTL
and the ricochet area. This area accounts for human error, gun or
cannon tube wear, propellant temperature, and so forth.
b. - ricochet area: The area located to the left
and right of the dispersion area that contains
projectiles after making initial contact with the
target medium. For SDZs having Angles P and
Q, it is also the area located to the left and right
of the dispersion area. The ricochet area is
defined by Distance W.
Area A: The secondary danger area (buffer zone) that laterally parallels
the impact area or ricochet
area (depending on the weapon system) and contains fragments, debris,
and components from
frangible or explosive projectiles and warheads functioning on the right or
left edge of the impact
area or ricochet area.

Call for fire and adjust fire. (FM 3-22.91, 5-7, 8-2)
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2.

ID: Warning Order: (Adjust Fire/Fire For Effect/Suppress/Immediate Suppression) + (Polar/Shift from Known Point/Grid)
Location: (Polar) Direction Distance
(Shift From Know Point) Direction -> Left/Right/Add/Drop
(Grid)

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4.
5.

Description:
Method of Engagement:
Method of Control:

Rates of Fire for an M249 Machine Gun
SH 21-76

Bipod/point: 600m Bipod/area: 800m

Tripod/area: 1,000m Grazing: 600mTactical mission tasks (FM 3-90, B-1)

Conditions of Urban Operations. (3-21.10, 12-4)
1. Surgical
2. Precision
3. High intensity

Types of Counseling. (ATP 6-22.1)
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Event counseling

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3.

Performance counseling.
Professional growth counseling.

Who advises the platoon leader in all administrative, logistical, and tactical matters?
(3-21.8 1-13)
Platoon Sergeant

Three forms of defense. (ADRP 3-90, 4-3)
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Defense of a linear obstacle
Perimeter defense
Reverse slope defense

5 types of Command and Supply Discipline Responsibilities (Army Regulation 735–5, pg 5)
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5.

Command
Supervisory
Direct
Custodial
Personal

Weapons systems and vehicle identification and weapons on vehicles

Range Card