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EVALUATION: THE PERFORMANCE OF IDENTIFING THE GUIDELINES AND PREREQUISITES OF THE ADVANCED GUNNERY TABLES WILL BE EVALUATED WITH A 20 QUESTION WRITTEN EXAMINATION ( IAW FM 3-22.1 ) YOU MUST RECEIVE A MINIMUM OF 80%. YOU CANNOT TEST OUT OF THIS SUBJECT. THE TEST WILL BE GIVEN IAW THE TRAINING CALENDAR
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Action: Identify the guidelines, and prerequisites for the Advanced Gunnery Tables.
Condition: In a classroom enviroment, given writing paper, pencil, and FM 3-22.1
Standards: The student must be able list, define, and explain the guidelines and prerequisites for Advanced Gunnery.
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Action: Explain the purpose of the Advanced Gunnery Tables.
Condition: In a classroom environment, given a FM 3-22.1, paper, and pencil.
Standards: Student must gain the knowledge so he can explain the purpose of the Advanced Gunnery Tables.
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A. Gives commanders the opportunity to evaluate his platoon.
B. Evaluates there ability to execute tactical and gunnery tasks.
C. Evaluates platoons ability to shoot, move and communicate.
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Bradley Table IXA --Section Practice 2
Bradley Table XA --Section Qualification
Linebacker Table IXA --Section Practice 2
Linebacker Table IX --Section Qualification
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Action: Identify requirements for Advanced Gunnery Tables
Condition: In a classroom environment, given a FM 3-22.1, paper, and pencil.
Standards: Student must gain the knowledge to develop a advanced gunnery exercise.
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-.Advanced Gunnery Tables incorporate at least eight collective tasks, first five of which are mandatory.
Mandatory Tasks:
Conduct air-defense operations
Conduct LOGPAC activities(resupply)
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-.The S-3 identifies three additional collective tasks to support the unit METL.
Note: Additional tasks found in ARTEP 44-177-15-MTP, ARTEP 44-117-11-DRILL, FM 3-22.1
-. The S-3 develops an OPORD to support the mission
-. The battalion master gunner coordinates all of the resources and personnel needed to support the gunnery exercise.
-Commanders may impose time standards to coincide with the unit METL
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-The platoon is organized into two maneuver sections. One section has three vehicles and the other section has two. The platoon leader commands and controls one section, and the senior section leader commands and controls the other. Tactics and gunnery scores for each section are combined and averaged into one overall rating for the platoon.
-FAAD C3I sensors and slew-to-cue are used on all SVML aerial engagements. The platoon only engages manually when the data link is offline.
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Action: Identify requirements needed to conduct live-fire table.
Condition: In a classroom environment, given a FM 3-22.1, paper, and pencil.
Standards: Identify live-fire requirements to conduct a live-fire gunnery table.
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Live Fire Requirements
A. Range. Section practice and qualification may be conducted on the same range. However, targets will not be presented in the same sequence.
B.Multiple, Simultaneous Targets. When the target array consists of more than one target, simultaneous target exposure must be used. Simultaneous target exposure occurs when all targets for the task present at the same time, requiring crews to use proper engagement techniques.
C.Realistic Practice. Targets should represent the actual threat arrays a section could encounter on the battlefield. Sections must encounter a realistic array of single and multiple ground and aerial targets. Leaders may add friendly targets to emphasize the importance of training to prevent fratricide.
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D.Minimum Standards. Each squad in the section must, at a minimum, execute the following tasks:
(1)Bradley Table XA tasks include-
•Three dismounted Stinger engagements.
•Two 25-mm aerial engagements.
•One 7.62-mm coaxial engagement.
•Five 25-mm ground engagements.
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•One 25-mm aerial engagement.
•One dismounted Stinger engagement.
•Five 25-mm ground engagements.
•Three 7.62-mm coaxial engagements.
•One engagement under nuclear, biological, or chemical conditions.
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-Ground targets will be constructed IAW TC 25-8
-Targets will have thermal signatures, and devices to simulate enemy fire
-Aerial targets: Su-25 Frogfoot, Mi-24 Hind-D are autogyro RPVTSs
-Speeds: Rotary wing = 45-75mph
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-A.For device gunnery, one-fifth scale targets need PGS retroreflectors and smoke.
-B.For Stinger and 25-mm live aerial engagements, targets need infrared (IR) source and miss-distance indicator (MDI) scoring systems.
-C.For each of the following weapons, place targets at the stated ranges:
•25-mm targets-500 to 1,600 meters.
•Coax targets-300 to 700 meters.
•Aerial targets-1,000 to 5,000 meters.
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AMMUNITION
TP-T
7.62-MM
ATWESS
80 rounds
50 rounds
3 rounds
60 rounds
200 rounds
1 round
Action: Identify Advanced Gunnery evaluation standards and evaluation team criteria.
Condition: In a classroom environment, given a FM 3-22.1, paper, and pencil.
Standards: Student must gain the knowledge to evaluate Advanced Gunnery, and list the criteria for the evaluation teams.
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Evaluation Standards
If range areas are too small for tactical maneuvering, then tactical tasks can be conducted at a nearby training area and combined with the gunnery portion. Commanders should integrate the tactical and gunnery tasks to exploit the full training effectiveness of these tables. Each section of the platoon must earn at least 420 points on collective tasks. Each section of the platoon must earn at least 280 points on gunnery tasks (aerial and ground targets combined).
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Evaluation Standards
-Vehicle Exposure Time- . Target exposure times must fall within the standards in Chapter 9. In the defense, total time must fall within the 50-second time limit. However, the vehicle cannot remain exposed beyond the vehicle exposure timing matrixes (IAW the appropriate matrix). The timing standards for dismounted Stinger engagements are in accordance with ARTEP 44-177-14Drill.
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Evaluation Standards
-Each table uses a 1000 point system for the areas of gunnery and tactics:
-Scoring Breakdown-
1.Tactics count for 600 points (performance checklist in ARTEP 44-177-14-DRILL)
2.Gunnery counts for 400 points The senior evaluator combines and averages the scores for aerial and ground targets. He uses the final numbers to determine a total score for that section.
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Evaluation Standards
3.The senior evaluator combines and averages scores for both sections of the platoon (tactics and gunnery) to obtain a single, overall platoon rating.
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-Platoon Rating-To qualify, the platoon's score must equal at least 700 points, with tactics and gunnery combined. Ratings follow:
(1)Distinguished. Combined score of at least 900 points.
(2)Superior. Combined score of 800 to 899 points.
(3)Qualified. Combined score of 700 to 799 points.
(4)Unqualified. Combined score of 699 or less, or failure to earn at least 420 points on tactics or 280 points on gunnery.
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Score:
24
20
NOTE: Total score for section (combining tactical and gunnery)
480 + 333 = 813
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Evaluation Team
-The evaluation team consists of one officer who is the planner, another officer, and one noncommissioned officer who actually evaluates the overall tactical performance of a platoon.
1.Senior Evaluator- The battalion S3 is responsible for the development, design, and execution of the exercise with the assistance of the battalion master gunner. The battalion commander or his representative determines the overall training assessment of the section.
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2. Platoon Evaluator-One captain with battery command experience should evaluate the platoon. He evaluates the platoon leader on overall collective task completion and mission success and conducts the after-action reviews.
3. Assistant Evaluator-A sergeant or staff sergeant with squad leader experience should assist the evaluator; each crew has one assistant. The assistant evaluator observes overall crew performance, leader tasks, vehicle actions, and fire control and distribution; he also helps with live-fire safety. He assesses the crew during evaluation and provides feedback crewmembers during the AAR. To evaluate the Stinger dismounted position of the drill, the assistant evaluator must be Stinger certified.
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4. Allowable Variations- Battalion commanders may add friendly targets to advanced gunnery tables. Battalion commanders may modify the types of tasks IAW unit METL. In the absence of a moving target, a stationary frontal target of the same type and at the same range is used. If a stationary target is used, target conditions must be adjusted.
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Enabling Learning Objective(ELO):
Action: Identify the prerequisites for live fire gunnery and the conditions for refires.
Condition: In a classroom environment, given a FM 3-22.1, paper, and pencil.
Standards: Student must gain the knowledge to list the live fire prerequisites and the conditions for refires.
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Prerequisites
-Each crewmember must have qualified on the BGST (in current position) with-in the previous three months.Reserve component with-in the previous four months.
-All crewmembers must have qualified by position on either Linebacker or Bradley Table VIII with-in the previous six months.
-All crewmembers must have completed Stinger Crew Tables I through VIII.
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-”Qualified” is the only rating obtained for refires
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The Battalion Commander only accepts alibis under the following conditions:
Target failures or malfunctions
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-. First time squads and sections function together using full-caliber munitions
a.Sections should practice the fire-control and distribution techniques that they will use during qualification.
b.Exercise development, standards evaluation, ammunition, and target considerations are the same for section qualification.
c.BT IXA and LT IX are fully resourced but can be modified with devices being used if ammunition or range constraints prohibit live-fire execution.
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Section Qualification
The sections qualify on both Bradley Table XA and Linebacker Table X. These tables evaluate the crew's abilities to execute collective tasks in a tactical live-fire environment. Conduct of these live-fire tables must follow-
•Scenario-development guidelines.
•All prerequisites
Action: Identify the guidelines, and prerequisites for the Advanced Gunnery Tables.
Condition: In a classroom environment, given writing paper, pencil, and FM 3-22.1