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071-326-3002 (SL1) - React to Indirect Fire While Mounted

Standards: Reacted to indirect fire by moving the vehicle from the impact area, then continued the mission.

In a combat environment, given a
combat-loaded tracked vehicle.

Reacted to indirect fire by moving the
vehicle from the impact area, then continued
the mission.


1.   Give an
order to close all hatches

2.   Direct movement away from the impact area.

3.   Analyze the situation.

4.   Give a situation report.

5.   Continue the mission.

Evaluation Preparation:  Setup:
At the test site, provide all equipment and
materials listed in task conditions
statement. Use only dummy ammunition for
training purposes. Take soldiers on a
simulated march.

Soldier: Tell the soldiers they must
react to a simulated indirect fire mortar or
artillery fire while mounted in a tracked




1.   Gave an order to close all hatches.

2.   Directed movement away from the impact area.

3.   Analyzed the situation.

4.   Gave a situation report.

5.   Continued the mission.

Score the soldier GO if all
performance measures are passed. Score the
soldier NO GO if any performance measure is
failed. If the soldier fails any performance
measure, show what was done wrong and how to
do it correctly.












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