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App: Army Rifle Marksmanship

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Category Books & Reference
Requires os version:Android1.5 and up
Put the entire ARMY RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP M16A1, M16A2/3, M16A4 and M4 CARBINE manual on your phone. Can move to the sd card for android 2.2 and up. Based on the Army Sniper Training Manual FM 3-22.9

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION AND TRAINING STRATEGY Section I Training Overview1-1 Objectives1-2 Training Strategy1-3 Training PhasesSection II Marksmanship Training Strategy1-4 Mission-Essential Tasks1-5 Training Assessment1-6 Basic Program Implementation1-7 Training the Trainer1-8 Duties of the Instructor-Trainer1-9 Trainer Certification Program1-10 Qualification Training1-11 Unit Live-Fire Exercises1-12 Commander's Evaluation GuideCHAPTER 2 CHARACTERISTICS, AMMUNITION, AND ACCESSORIES2-1 Characteristics2-2 Rail Adapter System2-3 Rail Grabbers and MILES Training Extender2-4 Backup Iron Sight2-5 M68, Close-Combat Optic2-6 AN/PAQ-4B/C Infrared Aiming Light2-7 AN/PEQ-2A Target Pointer/Illuminator/Aiming Light2-8 AN/PAS-13 (V2) Medium Thermal Weapon Sight and AN/PAS-13 (V3)Heavy Thermal Weapon Sight2-9 AN/PVS-4 Night Vision Sight2-10 Borelight2-11 Ammunition Types and CharacteristicsCHAPTER 3 TROUBLESHOOTING AND DESTRUCTION3-1 Stoppages3-2 Malfunctions3-3 Destruction ProceduresCHAPTER 4 PRELIMINARY RIFLE INSTRUCTION (PHASE I of Basic Rifle Marksmanship)Section I Introduction to Basic Rifle Marksmanship and Mechanical Training4-1 Clearing4-2 Cycles of Functioning4-3 Modes of Fire4-4 Peer CoachingSection II Marksmanship Fundamentals I4-5 The Four Fundamentals4-6 Firing Positions4-7 Training Devices and ExercisesSection III Marksmanship Fundamentals II4-8 Weaponeer4-9 Engagement Skills Trainer 2000 (EST 2000)CHAPTER 5 DOWNRANGE FEEDBACK (PHASE II of Basic Rifle Marksmanship)5-1 Grouping Procedures5-2 Zeroing Procedures5-3 Known-Distance Range (With or Without LOMAH)5-4 Effects of Wind and Gravity5-5 BallisticsCHAPTER 6 FIELD FIRE (PHASE III of Basic Rifle Marksmanship)Section I Target Detection6-1 Locating Targets6-2 Marking Targets6-3 Range DeterminationSection II Field-Fire Training (Single Timed Targets and Multiple Timed Targets)6-4 Conduct of Field-Fire Range6-5 Field-Fire StandardsSection III. Record Qualification6-6 Practice Record Fire I and II6-7 Practice Record Fire Standards6-8 Record Fire6-9 Alternate Qualification CoursesCHAPTER 7 ADVANCED RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP (PHASE IV of Basic Rifle Marksmanship)Section I Advanced Firing Positions7-1 Alternate Prone Firing Position7-2 Kneeling Supported Firing Position7-3 Kneeling Unsupported Firing Position7-4 Standing Firing Position7-5 Modified Supported Firing Position7-6 Urban Operations Firing Positions7-7 Modified Automatic and Burst Fire PositionSection II Combat Fire Techniques7-8 Rapid Semiautomatic Fire7-9 Automatic or Burst Fire7-10 Suppressive Fire7-11 Quick FireSection III Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Firing7-12 MOPP Equipment Fire Training7-13 NBC Dry-Fire and Live-Fire ExercisesSection IV Night Fire Training7-14 Unassisted Night Fire Training7-15 Unassisted Night Fire Target Detection7-16 Training with Artificial Illumination7-17 Unassisted Night Dry-Fire and Live-Fire ExercisesSection V Moving Target Engagement7-18 Moving Target Fundamentals7-19 Single-Lead Rule for Moving Targets7-20 Moving Target Live-Fire Exercise7-21 Moving Target TechniquesSection VI Short-Range Marksmanship Training7-22 Conduct of Short-Range Marksmanship Training7-23 Fundamentals of Short-Range Marksmanship7-24 Preliminary Marksmanship Instruction7-25 Reflexive Fire Training7-26 Target Discrimination Training7-27 Short-Range Marksmanship Qualification7-28 Shotgun and Automatic Firing FamiliarizationSection VII Squad Designated Marksman Training7-29 Mission of the Squad Designated Marksman7-30 Squad Designated Marksman Program7-31 Squad Designated Marksman Skills ProgressionCHAPTER 8 ADVANCED OPTICS, LASERS, AND IRON SIGHTS (PHASE V of Basic Rifle Marksmanship)

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