071-410-0002 (SL1) – React to Direct Fire While Mounted
071-410-0002 (SL1) - React to Direct Fire While Mounted
Standards: The vehicle returned fire and took appropriate action after analysis of the situation based on an order received from the chain of command.
In a combat environment, given tracked
vehicle and a requirement to react to direct
The vehicle returned fire and took
appropriate action after analysis of the
situation based on an order received from
the chain of command.
vehicle is in formation, it moves
according to company tactical SOP. If not, it should use evasive
action as appropriate to avoid threat
fire while performing step 2.
1.Direct return fire to destroy or suppress threat
is destroyed, continue the present
2.Direct the driver to a hull-down position.
dismount, if appropriate, to establish
a base of fire.
3.Analyze the situation.
4.Give a situation report.
5.Take defensive or offensive action based on orders
from chain of command.
At the test site, provide all equipment and
materials listed in the task conditions. Use
only blank ammunition for training. Take the
soldiers on a simulated march.
Soldier: Tell the soldiers they must
react to simulated direct fire while mounted
in a tracked vehicle.
1.Directed return fire to destroy or suppress threat
2.Directed the driver to a hull-down position.
3.Analyzed the situation.
4.Gave a situation report.
5.Took defensive or offensive action based on orders
from the chain of command.
Guidance: 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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