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1

What Publication Covers Rifle Marksmanship M16/M4 Series Weapons?

FM 3-22.9 dated 10 Feb 2011

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What does FM 3-22.9 Cover?

Rifle Marksmanship M16/M4 Series Weapons

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What does ACOG Stand for?

advanced combat optical gunsight

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What does PMI stand for?

preliminary marksmanship instruction

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Para 1-4
What are the two primary components of a marksmanship training strategy?

initial training and sustainment training

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Para 1-9
What are the Five Key elements to maintain a good Unit Marksmanship Program?

1. The training of trainers.
2. Refresher training of nonfiring skills.
3. The use of the Engagement Skills Trainer (EST) 2000, Laser Marksmanship Training System (LMTS), or other devices.
4. Sustainment training.
5. Remedial training.

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Para 1-10
What Seven additional skills should Soldiers be trained on for a good unit level Marksmanship Program?

1. Semiautomatic and automatic fires.
2. Night fire.
3. Mission-oriented protective posture (MOPP) firing.
4. Firing using aiming devices.
5. Moving target training techniques.
6. Squad designated marksman (SDM) training.
7. Short-range marksmanship (SRM).

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Para 1-12 What are perishable skills?

General marksmanship knowledge and weapon proficiency

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Para 1-13
How many phases of rifle marksmanship training are there?

Five

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Para 1-13
What are Five phases of rifle marksmanship training?

Phase I—Basic Rifle Marksmanship Preliminary Marksmanship Instruction.
Phase II—Basic Rifle Marksmanship Downrange Feedback Range Firing.
Phase III—Basic Rifle Marksmanship Field Firing.
Phase IV—Advanced Rifle Marksmanship.
Phase V—Advanced Optics, Lasers, and Iron Sights.

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Para 1-21
What is Grouping?

Grouping is a form of practice firing with two primary objectives: firing tight shot groups and consistently placing those groups in the same location

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Para 1-21
What are the two primary objectives of Grouping?

firing tight shot groups and consistently placing those groups in the same location

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Para 1-21
What will greatly reduce Live Fire Grouping times?

Frequent use of the EST 2000 or LMTS

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Para 1-22
What is Zeroing?

Zeroing aligns the sights of the weapon with the weapon’s barrel

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Para 1-25
What does the Acronym ARM stand for?

Advanced Rifle Marksmanship

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Para 1-28
What three tools should NCO’s and Commanders use to develop a training plan and assess the marksmanship program in a unit?

1. Direct observation of training.
2. Spot checks.
3. Review of past training

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Para 1-30
What is Direct observation of training?

Observing and accurately recording performance reveals the status of weapon maintenance, Soldier zero and qualification results, and each Soldier's ability to hit targets

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Para 1-31
What do Spot Checks provide NCO’s and Commanders?

Spot checks of individual marksmanship performance, such as interviews and evaluations of Soldiers, provide commanders and leaders with valuable information about Soldier proficiency and knowledge of the marksmanship tasks

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Para 1-32
What should be assessed when Reviewing Past Training?

1. The frequency and results of training.
2. The basic and advanced record fire results.
3. The frequency of unit-conducted collective CBRN or night fire training

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Para 1-40
What Six attributes must the unit Trainers have to develop a good Unit Marksmanship Program?

1. Knowledge.
2. Patience.
3. Understanding.
4. Consideration.
5. Respect.
6. Encouragement

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Para 1-51
What three things does the instructor/trainer do to ensure that firers are aware of their firing errors, understand the causes, and apply remedies?

1. Observe the firer.
2. Question the firer.
3. Analyze the shot group

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Para 1-57
What are the Four Phases that All Trainers must complete before they can be certified in the Train the Trainer Program?

Phase I—Program Orientation.
Phase II—Preliminary Marksmanship Training.
Phase III—Basic Marksmanship Training.
Phase IV—Advanced Marksmanship Training

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Para 1-57
How many Phases are there for the train-the-trainer program?

Four

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Para 1-64
What does a refresher training program prevent?

prevents Soldiers from becoming frustrated and losing confidence, and conserves ammunition and training time

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Para 1-64
Who must attend the refresher training program?

All Soldiers

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Para 1-64
What can Live and virtual simulators be used to reinforce?

1. PMI
2. Grouping
3. Zeroing
4. Practice record fire
5. Record fire
6. CBRN fire
7. Assisted and Unassisted night fire by simulating the LFXs

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Para 1-64
What individual marksmanship tasks do not require live-firing?

1. Operation Checks
2. Function Checks
3. Immediate Action
4. Target Detection
5. Dry-Fire

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Para 1-69
What is The intent of record fire?

The intent of record fire is to facilitate the commander’s evaluation of several individual tasks and integrated marksmanship skill performances, and to provide unit readiness indicators

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Para 1-70
What remedial training is conducted for firers who need additional training to meet the requirements?

remedial training is conducted using the EST 2000 or LMTS

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Para 1-70
What does LMTS stand for?

Laser Marksmanship Training System