SNIPER TRAINING MANUAL ❰BOOKS❯ ✬ SNIPER TRAINING MANUAL Author U.S. Military – INTRODUCTIONThe sniper has special abilities, training and equipment His job is to deliverdiscriminatory highly accurate rifle fire against enemy targets, which cannot be engagedsuccessfully by the ri INTRODUCTIONThe sniper has special abilities, training and equipment His job is to deliverdiscriminatory highly accurate rifle fire against enemy targets, which cannot be engagedsuccessfully by the rifleman because of range, size, location, fleeting nature, or visibilitySniping requires the development of basic infantry skills to a high degree of perfection A sniper s training incorporates a wide variety of subjects designed to increase his value as a force multiplier and to ensure his survival on the battlefield The art of sniping requires learning and SNIPER TRAINING PDF \ repetitiously practicing these skills until mastered A sniper must be highly trained in long range rifle marksmanship and field craft skills to ensure maximum effective engagements with minimum riskEFACECHAPTERINTRODUCTIONMissionOrganizationPersonnel Selection CriteriaSniper and Observer ResponsibilitiesTeam Firing TechniquesCHAPTEREQUIPMENTSection I M Sniper Weapon SystemOperations and FunctionsInspectionCare and MaintenanceDisassemblyLoading and UnloadingStorageSection II AmmunitionTypes and CharacteristicRound Count BookM Malfunctions and CorrectionsSection III Sniper Sighting DevicesMA ScopeIron SightsSection IV Other EquipmentMA A Rifle with M Grenade LauncherImage Intensification and Infrared DevicesM Observation TelescopeM BinocularsM BinocularsOther Sniper EquipmentSection V Communications EquipmentAN PRCRadioAN PRC A Radio TransceiverAN PRCRadioCHAPTERMARKSMANSHIPSection I FundamentalsSteady Position ElementsAimingBreath ControlTrigger ControlFollow ThroughCalling the ShotIntegrated Act of FiringSection II BallisticsTypes of BallisticsTerminologyEffects on TrajectoryAngle FiringSection III Effects of WeatherWind ClassificationWind VelocityConversion of Wind Velocity to Minutes of AngleEffects of LightEffects of TemperatureEffects of HumiditySection IV Sniper Data BookEntriesAnalysisSection V HoldoffElevationWindageSection VI Engagement of Moving TargetsTechniquesCommon ErrorsCalculation of LeadsSection VII Nuclear, Biological, ChemicalProtective MaskMission Oriented Protection PostureCHAPTERFIELD TECHNIQUESSection I CamouflageTarget IndicatorsBasic MethodsTypes of CamouflageGhillie SuitField Expedient CamouflageCover and ConcealmentSection II MovementRules of MovementIndividual Movement TechniquesSniper Team Movement and NavigationSection III Selection, Occupation, and Construction of Sniper PositionsSelectionOccupationFM Table of ContentsConstructionPositions in Urban TerrainSection IV ObservationHasty and Detailed SearchesElements of ObservationTwilight TechniquesNight TechniquesIllumination AidsSection V Target Detection and SelectionTarget IndexingTarget SelectionKey TargetSection VI Range EstimationFactors Affecting Range EstimationRange Estimation MethodsLaser Range FinderEstimation GuidelinesSection VII Information RecordsRange CardMilitary SketchSniper Data BookCHAPTERMISSION PREPARATIONSection I Planning and CoordinationMission AlertWarning OrderTentative PlanCoordination ChecklistsCompletion of PlanOperation OrderBriefbackEquipment CheckFinal InspectionRehearsalsFinal PreparationsPreparation of DebriefingCountersniper OperationReaction to Enemy Sniper FireSection II Mission Packing Listshttp adtdlmy cgi bin atdofAM FM Table of ContentsArms and AmmunitionSpecial EquipmentUniforms and Equipment.

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