Painstakingly edited for an optimized eBook reading experience, this manual provides guidance for planning and executing training on the millimeter. M16A4, and M4 Carbine) FM - FM (Value-Added Professional Ultimate Guide to U.S. Army Combat Skills, Tactics, and Techniques ebook by. Department of the Army. Washington, DC, 10 February Rifle Marksmanship . M/M4-Series Weapons. 1. Change FM , 12 August.
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FM c1 Rifle Marksmanship M/M4-Series Weapons Preface This manual provides guidance for planning and executing. E-book download Field Manual FM Rifle Marksmanship M and M4- Series Weapons w/Change 1 February 10, US Army Free. TC , C2. Change 2. Headquarters. Department of the Army. Washington, DC, 31 August Rifle and Carbine. 1. Change TC
Click on cover to download. This TC provides specific information about the weapon, aiming devices, attachments, followed by sequential chapters on the tactical employment of the weapon system. The training circular itself is purposely organized in a progressive manner, each chapter or appendix building on the information from the previous section. Chapters 1 through 4 describe the weapon, aiming devices, mountable weapons, and accessories associated with the rifle and carbine. General information is provided in the chapters of the manual, with more advanced information placed in appendix A, Ammunition, and appendix B, Ballistics.
Accuracy and precision are often used interchangeably, but they are not the same thing. The chapter details safe weapons handling as well as common terminology for weapon condition and employment. The chapter also introduces concepts such as overmatch, engagement range, visibility conditions, and terminal ballistic performance.
The concept of Overmatch is a major component of this chapter. Overmatch is the Soldier applying their learned skills, employing their equipment, leveraging technology, and applying the proper force to create an unfair fight in favor of the Soldier.
Excerpt of the definition of Overmatch from TC The diagrams here are actually very useful, much more so than the edition. As you will see below, Chapter 2 of this publication stripped out all of the accessories discussion of the previous edition and turned them into their own chapters and appendices. There is a very good description of both Minutes of Angle MOA and Mils, as well as useful diagrams of the various reticle types commonly found on combat rifles.
With red dot sights, there is a useful diagram for holdover reference. The list is not comprehensive, though. It focuses on the M68, RCO, and thermal sight.
Chapter 4: Mountable Equipment Chapter 4 is a quick overview of other mountable equipment such as underbarrel grenade launchers, shotguns, bipods, vertical foregrips, and white lights. Chapter 5: Employment Chapter 5 is where the rubber really starts to meet the road.
It talks about the shot process and the supporting elements of it. The shot process is broken into the three sections; pre-shot, shot, and post shot.
It is a guide for commanders, leaders, and instructors to develop training programs, plans, and lessons that meet the objectives or intent of the United States Army rifle marksmanship program and FM Training the Force. An effective unit marksmanship program reflects the priority, emphasis, and interest of commanders and trainers.
This chapter provides a proven rifle marksmanship training strategy as guidance in establishing and conducting an effective training program. The strategy consists of the progressive individual training periods taught during initial entry training IET.
It progresses into advanced skills and concludes with advanced reading material. Refresher training need only be conducted on periods that are deemed necessary. The proficiency attained by a soldier depends on proper training and application of the basic marksmanship fundamentals.
Section II. Conduct of Field-Fire Range Field-Fire Standards Practice Record Fire Standards Advanced Firing Positions Alternate Prone Firing Position Kneeling Supported Firing Position Kneeling Unsupported Firing Position Standing Firing Position Modified Supported Firing Position