Standards: Positioned overlay correctly on the map and identified all graphic symbols and information on the overlay.
Conditions: Given a military map and a company level
Positioned overlay correctly on the map and
identified all graphic symbols and
information on the overlay.
1.Obtain the map sheet(s) listed in the marginal
2.Locate the grid intersections on the map that
corresponds to the grid register marks
in opposite corners of the overlay.
3.Place the overlay on the map so the grid register
marks fall exactly on top of the grid
intersections (figure 071-329-1019-1).
Registering the Overlay
4.Locate the points and areas identified on the
a. Basic symbols (figure 071-329-1019-2).
b. Development of a unit
symbol (figure 071-329-1019-3).
Development of Unit Symbol
c. Unit-size symbols (figure 071-329-1019-4).
d.Branch symbols (figure 071-329-1019-5).
e. Enemy units are depicted
in red or by double lines (figure 071-329-1019-6).
f. The broken lines depict
proposed or future locations (figure 071-329-1019-7).
Proposed Unit Position
g. Tactical control measures
Tactical Control Symbols
h.Weapon symbols (figure 071-329-1019-9).
i. Armored vehicles (figure 071-329-1019-10).
Armored Vehicle Symbols
j. Fortification and obstacles (figure 071-329-1019-11).
Fortification and Obstacle Symbols
k.Wire (figure 071-329-1019-12).
Tactical Wire Symbols
l.Mines (figure 071-329-1019-13).
Indirect fire symbols (figure 071-329-1019-14).
Indirect Fire Symbols
Provide a military map and a company level map
overlay. Ask the soldier to identify
information on the overlay from the
Soldier: Tell the soldier he must be able
to correctly place the overlay on the map and
identify any graphic symbols or information on
the overlay as requested.
1.Placed overlay grid register marks over grid
2.Identified marginal information.
3.Identified security classification.
4.Identified graphic symbols.
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 scores NO GO, show what
was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
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