Flashcards in Engaging Targets W/O FDC Deck (23)
What is found on outer edge if whiz wheel?
On whiz, what do spiral lines represent?
One whiz wheel charge lines, what do numbers in squares represent?
On whiz wheel, What do numbers on top side of charge lines represent?
On whiz wheel, what do numbers on bottom of charge lines represent?
If observer is within ______ m of the gun line (forward or rearward of), the OT/GT formula is not used.
If the observer is <1000 m from target the minimum range change that the gunner adds or drops is _____m.
If the observer is 1000 to 2000m from target the minimum range change that the gunner adds or drops is _____m.
If the observer is more than 2000m from target the minimum range change that the gunner adds or drops is _____m.
If observer is over 100 m forward or rearward of gun line, he must be within ____m of the gun-target line (left or right of)to use GT/OT formula.
Traversing fire is distributed fires on a _____ target.
Searching fire is distributed fires on a _____ target.
When traverse firing on a wide target what are the 5 values that are necessary to cover entire width of target?
1. TARGET WIDTH
2. # of TURNS to be used (TrvrsngHW)
3. # of ROUNDS per target
4. # of INTERVALS
5. # TURNS BETWEEN INTERVALS
What formula used to obtain # turns between intervals?
# of TURNS OF TRAVERSE
# of INTERVALS
1 turn traverse on M224 & M252 = ___ mils.
1 turn traverse on 120 mm mortar = ___ mils.
What are the 2 methods of firing without FDC?
1. Direct Lay
2. Direct Alignment
With what method of fire are aiming stakes used?
While firing mortars Direct Alignment, corrections are made in relation to the ____ - _______ line.
When laying mortars in direct lay/direct alignment, deflection is ALWAYS set to _____ mils initially.
What term is used for when the observer sees the round impact and splash?
What does LARS stand for?