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1 CAVALRY SECTION GUNNERY TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE : DEFINE THE PLANNING, EXECUTION, AND EVALUATION CRITERIA FOR CAVALRY SECTION GUNNERY. CONDITIONS:

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  • 1CAVALRY SECTION GUNNERY

  • TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE: DEFINE THE PLANNING, EXECUTION, AND EVALUATION CRITERIA FOR CAVALRY SECTION GUNNERY.

    CONDITIONS: IN A CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT, GIVEN A WRITING INSTRUMENT, NOTEPAPER, AND FM 3-22.1, FM 17 98 AND ARTEP 17-57-10MTP.

    STANDARDS: THE STUDENT MUST DEMONSTRATE HIS ABILITY TO DEVELOP, CONDUCT AND EVALUATE A CAV SECTION GUNNERY TACTICAL TABLE, THRU PRACTICAL EXERCISES AND A WRITTEN EXAMINATION WHICH HE MUST SCORE 80% OR HIGHER. 2

  • SAFETY REQUIREMENTS: NONE

    RISK ASSESMENT LEVEL: LOW

    ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS: NONE

    EVALUATION: UPON COMPLETION OF THIS SESSION YOULL BE EVALUATED WITH A WRITTEN EXAMINATION IAW FM 3-22.1. YOU MUST RECEIVE A MINIMUM OF 80% TO RECEIVE A GO.

    LEAD-IN: DURING THE LAST LESSON, YOU WHERE TAUGHT ABOUT PLATOON GUNNERY. DURING THIS LESSON, YOULL LEARN ABOUT CAVALRY SECTION GUNNERY.3

  • ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE A

    ACTION: DESCRIBE THE PURPOSE OF CAV SECTION GUNNERY.

    CONDITIONS: IN A CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT, GIVEN A WRITING INSTRUMENT AND FM 3-22.1.

    STANDARDS: THE STUDENT MUST BE ABLE TO EXPLAIN THE PURPOSE OF CAV SECTION GUNNERY IAW FM 3-22.1.4

  • 5BRADLEY TABLE IX :SCOUT SECTION TRAININGBRADLEY TABLE X :SCOUT SECTION QUALIFICATION

  • BT IX AND XTEST THE SCOUT SECTIONS AND THEIR ABILITY TO: CONDUCT RECONNAISSANCE MISSIONS

    CONDUCT SECURITY MISSIONS

    ENGAGE MOVING AND STATIONARY TARGETS IN A TACTICAL SCENARIO6

  • 7SCOUTS PRIMARY MISSION: COLLECT INFORMATION

    REPORT INFORMATION

  • 8SCOUTS MUST ALSO BE ABLE TO:EFFECTIVELY USE THEIR COMBAT RESOURCES WHILE REMAINING UNDETECTED ON THE BATTLEFIELD.

    DIRECT FIRE ASSETS

    INDIRECT FIRE ASSETS

  • 9THE COMMANDER CAN DESIGN HIS OWN TABLES BASED ON: RESOURCES AVAILABLE

    UNITS TRAINING NEEDS 9 COMBAT CRITICAL TASKS

    MINIMUM OF 3 COMMANDER SELECTED TASKS

  • ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE B

    ACTION: DEFINE THE EVALUATION PROCEDURES AND STANDARDS.

    CONDITIONS: IN A CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT, GIVEN A WRITING INSTRUMENT AND FM 3-22.1.

    STANDARDS: THE STUDENT MUST BE ABLE TO LIST THE EVALUATION PROCEDURES AND STANDARDS.

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  • COMBAT CRITICAL TASKS AND SAMPLE TACTICAL TASKSTO MAINTAIN TACTICAL EMPHASIS THROUGHOUT THE SCOUT SECTION TABLES, THERE ARE NINE MANDATORY COMBAT CRITICAL TASKS AND A MINIMUM OF THREE COMMANDER-SELECTED TASKS IN EACH TABLE ( see Figure 10-1, pg.. 10-2 FM 3-22.1 ).11

  • REQUIRED COMBATCRITICALACTIONS EXAMPLE TACTICAL TASKS1.Execute Actions on Contact.Coordinate with adjacent platoon-size elements.2.Collect/Report Information-SALUTE.Perform an area reconnaissance.3.Call for/adjust Indirect Fire.Perform a route reconnaissance.4.Conduct Tactical Movement.Perform a reconnaissance by fire.5.Control Scout Section Fires.Prepare overlays for route reconnaissance reports.6.Conduct a Screen.Emplace and retrieve a hasty minefield.7.Perform a Passage of Lines.Execute a dismounted patrol.8.Occupy Battle Position.Supervise the preparation of a section's defensive position.9.Perform a Zone Reconnaissance.Consolidate and reorganize a section following enemy contact (defense).Initiate unmasking procedures.Cross a chemically contaminated area.Prepare and submit both an NBC-1 and an NBC-4 report.Calculate and designate placement of both timber-cutting and steel-cutting charges.React to indirect fire.

  • EVALUATION PROCEDURES AND STANDARDSEVALUATORS WILL USE THE PERFORMANCE CHECKLISTS IN ARTEP 17-57-10 MTP TO EVALUATE SCOUT SECTIONS ON TACTICS. IF A COMMANDER SELECTS TACTICAL TASKS NOT LISTED , HE MUST DEVELOP A PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST FOR EACH TASK AND BASE EACH CHECKLIST ON ARTEP 17-57-10 MTP.13

  • SECTIONS TRAIN AND PRACTICE THE SKILLS NORMALLY PERFORMED IN COMBAT. EVALUATORS USE THE AFTER ACTION REVIEWS TO CRITIQUE SECTIONS UPON COMPLETION OF THE TABLES.CREW DUTIES ARE NOT RATED ON THESE TABLES; HOWEVER, A SECTION IS PENALIZED IF AN INDIVIDUAL SCOUT SQUAD FAILS TO PERFORM SOUND TACTICAL MANEUVERING OR ACHIEVE TARGET HITS.14EVALUATION PROCEDURES AND STANDARDS

  • 15TIMING PROCEDURESSTART TIME:NOTE: DEPENDING ON THE TACTICAL SCENARIO, TARGET EXPOSURE TIMES SHOULD ALLOW THE TEAM TO REPORT AND DETERMINE THE MOST DESIRABLE COURSE OF ACTION (THAT IS, INDIRECT FIRE). WHEN THE FIRST SECTION VEHICLE, ON THE MOVE, IS EXPOSED TO THE THREAT

    WHEN THE FIRST SECTION VEHICLE, IN THE DEFENSE, STOPS IN A HULL-DOWN POSITION OR FIRES THE FIRST ROUND.

  • STOP TIME:16TIMING PROCEDURES THE SECTION LEADER ANNOUNCES CEASE FIRE, AND ALL SECTION VEHICLES HAVE RETURNED TO THE DEFILADE POSITION

    ALL TARGETS ARE KILLED

    ALL SECTION VEHICLES RETURN TO DEFILADE POSITIONS FOR THE FINAL TIME.

  • ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE C

    ACTION: LIST THE ALIBIS CRITERIA FOR CAV SECTION GUNNERY.

    CONDITIONS: IN A CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT, GIVEN A WRITING INSTRUMENT AND FM 3-22.1.

    STANDARDS: THE STUDENT MUST BE ABLE TO LIST THE ALIBIS CRITERIA FOR CAV SECTION GUNNERY IAW FM 3-22.1.17

  • 18ALIBI CRITERIA.( Chapter 8) ADDRESSES ALIBI CRITERIA. NO OTHER ALIBI CRITERIA CAN BE USED. RANGE EQUIPMENT FAILURES

    VEHICLE EQUIPMENT FAILURES THAT ARE NOT THE RESULT OF CREW ERROR

    UNSAFE CONDITIONS NOT RELATED TO THE FIRING VEHICLE OR CREW

  • ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE D

    ACTION: EXPLAIN THE SCORING SYSTEM FOR CAV SECTION GUNNERY.

    CONDITIONS: IN A CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT, GIVEN A WRITING INSTRUMENT AND FM 3-22.1.

    STANDARDS: THE STUDENT MUST BE ABLE TO EXPLAIN THE SCORING SYSTEM FOR CAV SECTION GUNNERY IAW FM 3-22.1.19

  • EVALUATION STANDARDS TERRAIN, WEATHER, AND DISTANCE BETWEEN THE ENGAGEMENTS WILL DICTATE THE COURSE TIME. TACTICAL TASKS CAN BE CONDUCTED AT A NEARBY TRAINING AREA AND COMBINED WITH THE GUNNERY PORTION IF THE RANGE AREAS ARE NOT EXTENSIVE ENOUGH TO ALLOW TACTICAL MANEUVERING; HOWEVER, THIS IS AN EXCEPTION. THE COMMANDER SHOULD INTEGRATE BOTH PHASES TO MAXIMIZE THE TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS OF THESE TABLES 20

  • 21EVALUATION STANDARDS THE SECTION MUST ACHIEVE, AS A MINIMUM, A GO ON 70 PERCENT OF THE TACTICAL TASKS - EQUIVALENT TO 420 POINTS ON EACH TABLE THE SECTION MUST ACHIEVE, AS A MINIMUM, A GO ON 70 PERCENT OF THE GUNNERY TASKS - EQUIVALENT TO 280 POINTS ON EACH TABLE

  • SCORING PROCEDURESEACH TABLE IS WORTH 1,000 POINTS22

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    TACTICS EVALUATION PERCENTAGE SCOREDivide the number of tactical tasks passed (TP) by the number of tactical tasks evaluated (TE). Multiply the result by 100. Example: If (TP) = 29 and (TE) = 31, then (29 31 = .94) X 100 = 94%TACTICS EVALUATION POINTS EARNEDDivide the number of tactical tasks passed (TP) by the number of tactical tasks evaluated (TE). Multiply the result by 600 (possible tactical points).Example: If (TP) = 29 and (TE) = 31, then (29 31 = .94) X 600 = 564The resulting number equals the number of points awarded for the TACTICAL evaluation ofthetables.

  • 24GUNNERY EVALUATION TO DETERMINE THE NUMBER OF GUNNERY POINTS AWARDED, THE EVALUATOR USES THE FORMULA. THE FORMULA CAN BE USED FOR ALL TARGET PRESENTATIONS TO INCLUDE BFV-MOUNTED WEAPONS, INDIRECT FIRE, AND DISMOUNTED ENGAGEMENTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH ESTABLISHED DESTRUCTION CRITERIA FOR EACH WEAPON SYSTEM.

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    GUNNERY EVALUATION PERCENTAGE SCORE Divide the number of targets destroyed (GD) by the number of targets presented (GP) and multiply the result by 100.Example: If (GD) = 40 and (GP) = 48, then (40 48 = .83) X 100 = 83%GUNNERY EVALUATION POINTS EARNEDDivide the number of targets destroyed (GD) by the number of targets presented (GP) and multiply the result by 400 (possible gunnery points).Example: If (GD) = 40 and (GP) = 48, then (40 48 = .83) X 400 = 332The resulting number equals the number of points awarded for the gunnery evaluation ofthetables.

  • 26RATINGSDISTINGUISHED: COMBINED SCORE OF 900 POINTS OR HIGHER THAT MUST INCLUDE A MINIMUM OF 420 (70%) TACTICAL AND 280 (70%) GUNNERY POINTSSUPERIOR: COMBINED SCORE OF 800-899 POINTS THAT MUST INCLUDE A MINIMUM OF 420 (70%) TACTICAL AND 280 (70%) GUNNERY POINTS

  • 27RATINGSQUALIFIED: COMBINED SCORE OF 700-799 POINTS THAT MUST INCLUDE A MINIMUM OF 420 (70%) TACTICAL AND 280 (70%) GUNNERY POINTS UNQUALIFIED: COMBINED SCORE OF 699 POINTS OR LESS, OR TEAM FAILS TO ACHIEVE 420 (70%) TACTICAL POINTS OR 280 (70%) GUNNERY POINTS

  • ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE E

    ACTION: LIST THE TARGETRY GUIDELINES THAT APPLY TO CAV SECTION GUNNERY.

    CONDITIONS: IN A CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT, GIVEN A WRITING INSTRUMENT AND FM 3-22.1.

    STANDARDS: THE STUDENT MUST BA ABLE TO LIST THE TARGETRY GUIDELINES THAT APPLY TO CAV SECTION GUNNERY IAW FM 3-22.1.

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  • TARGETS TARGET ARRAYS SHOULD BE CONSISTENT WITH THE TYPE OF THREAT FORCES A TEAM WILL ENCOUNTER.

    FM 17-98 DESCRIBES THESE FORCES IN DETAIL

    COMMANDER DETERMINES THE NUMBER AND TYPES OF TARGETS TO BE ENGAGED

    NUMBER OF TARGETS WILL NOT EXCEED THE NUMBER OF ROUNDS AUTHORIZED BY DA PAM 350-3829

  • AT LEAST THREE 25mm TARGETS, PER LIVE-FIRING VEHICLE, PER TABLE PHASE WILL BE PRESENTED BECAUSE OF THE LOADING REQUIREMENTS OF THE M242 25mm AUTOMATIC GUN. AT NO TIME WILL THE NUMBER OF TARGETS EXCEED THE NUMBER OF ROUNDS ALLOCATED BY DA PAM 350-38.TPDS-T 72 RDS TPT 24 RDS COAX 200 RDSTARGETS30

  • TARGET PRESENTATIONTHERMAL TARGETS: IN ALL CASES, THERMAL TARGETS SHOULD BE USED TO REPRESENT ACCURATE THERMAL SIGNATURES OF THREAT VEHICLES.TARGET SIGNATURES: WHEN APPROPRIATE TO THE SCENARIO, HOSTILE FIRE SIMULATORS SHOULD BE USED TO SIMULATE THE THREAT VEHICLE( S ) FIRING AT THE SECTION. IAW TC 25-8.31

  • ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE F

    ACTION: DETERMINE TARGET EXPOSURE TIMES.

    CONDITIONS: IN A CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT, GIVEN A WRITING INSTRUMENT AND FM 3-22.1.

    STANDARDS: THE STUDENT MUST BE ABLE TO DETERMINE TARGET EXPOSURE TIMES FOR CAV SECTION GUNNERY IAW FM 3-22.1.32

  • TARGET EXPOSURE TIMES INDIRECT FIRE ENGAGEMENTS PRESENTED FOR 90 SECONDS. OFFENSIVE (DIRECT FIRE) ENGAGEMENTS PRESENTED FOR 50 SECONDS (DAY) AND 60 SECONDS (NIGHT).DEFENSIVE (DIRECT FIRE) ENGAGEMENTS PRESENTED FOR 40 SECONDS (DAY) AND 50 SECONDS (NIGHT) IN DEPLETING TARGET ARRAYS.NOTE: IF TROOP ENGAGEMENTS ARE PRESENTED IN A DEFENSIVE ENGAGEMENT, THEY WILL BE PRESENTED IN THE FINAL TARGET ARRAY. 33

  • ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE G

    ACTION: EXPLAIN THE PURPOSE AND CONDUCT OF BT IX.

    CONDITIONS: IN A CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT, GIVEN A WRITING INSTRUMENT AND FM 3-22.1.

    STANDARDS: THE STUDENT MUST BE ABLE TO EXPLAIN THE PURPOSE AND CONDUCT OF BT IX IAW FM 3-22.1.34

  • 35BT IX, SCOUT SECTION TRAINING TRAINS AND EVALUATES SCOUT SECTION TACTICAL AND GUNNERY SKILLS IN PREPARATION FOR SCOUT SECTION QUALIFICATION.

    CAN BE CONDUCTED LIVE-FIRE OR DEVICE BASED

    MUST CONTAIN THE NINE COMBAT CRITICAL TASKS AND THE MINIMUM THREE COMMANDER SELECTED TASKS

    MUST CONTAIN THE REQUIRED GUNNERY TASKS

  • 36BT IX, SCOUT SECTION TRAININGPREREQUISITES: EACH CREW IN THE SECTION MUST HAVE QUALIFIED ON CREW QUALIFICATION WITHIN SIX MONTHS. DUE TO CREW TURNOVER, THE SECTION TRAINING AND QUALIFICATION SHOULD BE FIRED IMMEDIATELY AFTER COMPLETING CREW QUALIFICATION. IF A CREW MEMBER LEAVES THE SECTION BEFORE SECTION GUNNERY, THAT CREW MEMBERS VEHICLE MAY NEGOTIATE THE COURSE IN A DRY-FIRE STATUS EACH VEHICLE CREW MEMBER MUST HAVE PASSED BGST IAW FM 3-22.1 APP A.

  • BT IX, SCOUT SECTION TRAININGREQUIREMENTEACH SCOUT SECTION MUST RECEIVE A PASSING SCORE ON THE SECTION TRAINING TABLE BEFORE FIRING THE SECTIONQUALIFICATION TABLE.ACTIONTHE SCOUT SECTION CONDUCTS A RECON OR SECURITY MISSION AND ACQUIRES, REPORTS, AND EMPLOYS DIRECT AND INDIRECT FIRES TO ENGAGE TARGETS IN A TACTICAL ARRAY.37

  • BT IX, SCOUT SECTION TRAININGSECTION USES RECON AND ENGAGEMENT TECHNIQUES AGAINST THREAT TARGETS. MOVING AND STATIONARYTARGETS APPEAR INDIVIDUALLY OR SIMULTANEOUSLY.AT LEAST ONE NBC ENGAGEMENT AND ONE AUXILIARYSIGHT ENGAGEMENT MUST BE PLANNED IN THE TABLE.CONDITIONSSTANDARDSGUNNERY POINTS AWARDED IAW TABLE 10-1. CREWS WILL BE CRITIQUED ON ENGAGEMENT TECHNIQUES. TACTICAL STANDARDS IAW ARTEP17-57-10 MTP.38

  • 39BT IX, SCOUT SECTION TRAININGCONDUCT OF THE RANGE LIVE FIRE MILES GUNNERY PGS GUNNERYTACTICAL TASKS USE 9 COMBAT CRITICAL AND 3 COMMANDER SELECTED TASKS USE FRIENDLY AND THREAT SCENARIO RECOMMENDED TRAINING AREA SIZE 1 KILOMETER BY 2 KILOMETERS

  • BT IX, SCOUT SECTION TRAINING CONDUCT OF THE RANGEGUNNERY TASKS CAN BE DEVICE BASED OR LIVE FIRE LIVE FIRE PREFERRED METHOD NUMBER OF TARGETS PRESENTED WILL NOT EXCEED THE NUMBER OF ROUNDS AUTHORIZED IN DA PAM 350-38 40

  • ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE H

    ACTION: EXPLAIN THE PURPOSE AND CONDUCT OF BT X.

    CONDITIONS: IN A CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT, GIVEN A WRITING INSTRUMENT AND FM 3-22.1.

    STANDARDS: THE STUDENT MUST BE ABLE TO EXPLAIN THE PURPOSE AND CONDUCT OF BT X IAW FM 3-22.1.41

  • 42BT X, SCOUT SECTION QUALIFICATION PREREQUISITES EACH SCOUT SECTION MUST HAVE RECEIVED A PASSING SCORE ON BT IX WITHIN THREE MONTHS BEFORE FIRING THE SCOUT SECTION QUALIFICATION TABLE. EACH VEHICLE CREW MEMBER MUST HAVE PASSED BGST IAW FM 3-22.1 APP A.

  • BT X, SCOUT SECTION QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTEACH SCOUT SECTION MUST RECEIVE A PASSING SCORE ON THE SECTION QUALIFICATION TABLE. AS A MINIMUM THE SECTION MUST BE RATED A GO ON 70 PERCENT OF THE TACTICAL TASKS AND ACHIEVE TARGET KILLS ON 70 PERCENT OF THE GUNNERY TASKS43

  • BT X, SCOUT SECTION QUALIFICATION SECTIONS USES RECON AND ENGAGEMENT TECHNIQUES AGAINST THREAT TARGETS. MOVING AND STATIONARY TARGETS APPEAR INDIVIDUALLY OR SIMULTANEOUSLY. AT LEAST ONE NBC ENGAGEMENT AND ONE AUXILIARY SIGHT ENGAGEMENT MUST BE PLANNED IN THE TABLE.CONDITIONS44

  • 45BT X, SCOUT SECTION QUALIFICATION CONDUCT OF THE RANGETASKS SHOULD BE SIMILAR TO BT IXUSES FULL CALIBER GUNNERYTACTICAL AND GUNNERY TASKS SHOULD BE DONE IN CONJUNCTION WITH EACH OTHERTACTICAL TASKS CAN BE CONDUCTED IN SEPARATE AREA AT LEAST 1 KILOMETER BY 2 KILOMETERPRACTICE RUNS ARE NOT PERMITTED

  • 46BT X, SCOUT SECTION QUALIFICATION CONDUCT OF THE RANGE DAY FIRE SHOULD PRECEDE NIGHT FIRE SCENARIOS DEVELOPED WELL IN ADVANCETHE NUMBER OF TARGETS PRESENTED IN THE SCENARIO OR ROUNDS ALLOCATED PER ENGAGEMENT WILL NOT EXCEED THE TOTAL NUMBER OF ROUNDS ALLOCATED BY DA PAM 350-38.Additionally, at least three ( 3 ) 25mm targets per live firing vehicle per table phase will be presented because of the loading requirements of the 25mm automatic gun.

  • EVALUATION RESOURCESBOTH DEVICE-BASED AND LIVE-FIRE GUNNERY TABLES REQUIRE EVALUATOR SUPPORT.COMMANDERS IDENTIFY, TRAIN AND SCHEDULE EVALUATORS ( TROOP LEVEL ) BEFORE THE CONDUCT OF THE TABLE.EVALUATOR REQUIREMENTS ARE BROKEN DOWN AND EXPLAINED IN (chapter 6, ARTEP 17-57-10 MTP)INTERNAL EVALUATION IS ACCEPTABLE; HOWEVER, EXTERNAL EVALUATION IS THE PREFERRED METHOD47

  • ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE I

    ACTION: CONDUCT BT X SCOUT TEAM QUALIFICATION.

    CONDITIONS: GIVEN A OPERATIONAL CLOSE COMBAT TACTICAL TRAINER SIMULATOR, ARTEP 17-57-10MTP, AND FM3-22.1

    STANDARDS: THE STUDENT IS REQUIRED TO SETUP, CONDUCT AND EVALUATE BT X. THE STUDENT MUST ALSO USE THE PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST IN ARTEP 17-57-10MTP, AND ALL ENGAGEMENTS ARE SCORED IAW FM 3-22.1.48

  • 49BT IX, SCOUT SECTION TRAINING CONDUCT PL BLUE NBC/ WHAT ARE BMP T-10 1200 50 SEC AP IAW ARTEP 17-57-10 TACTICAL TO AUX MOVEMENT PL RED TRUCK T-3 1000 50 SEC HE MISSIONCOMBAT CRIT/CMD SELECTTASKLEADER/ CRITICALSUBTASKBFVLOCCONDSITUATION TARGET INFORMATION

    TYPE PRI RNG EXP AMMO TASK STANDARD1RECON OCCUPY AA AA MOPP 2 WHAT ARE IAW ARTEP 17-57-10 THEY DOING? MTP PG. 5-47THEY DOING? BMD T-12 1350 50 SEC AP MTP PG. 5-58

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