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1

How do you avoid all unnecessary movement?

Exposé nothing that reflects light
Blend with the background
Remain in the shade
Avoid the skyline
Distort or change the regular outline of objects

2

Search field of view using the off-center vision method

Looking 6-10 degrees above, below, or to either side of the object rather than directly at it.

3

Search field of view using the scanning method

Looking from right to left or left to right using a slow, regular scanning movement.

4

Is the scanning method effective at night?

Yes

5

Search field of view using the strip method

Look first at the ground nearest you. Begin observing close to your post and search a narrow strip 50 meters or less deep, going from right to left, parallel to your front.

6

How do you preserve night vision?

-One eye opened and the other closed
-Red Light

7

How do you enhance hearing?

Open your mouth
Remove helmet
Hold ear to the ground

8

What does SALUTE stand for?

S- Size and/or strength
A- Activity or actions
L- Location and direction of movement
U- Unit Identification
T- Time of observation
E- Equipment and weapons

9

What's SMEAC stand for?

S- Situation
M- Mission
E- Execution
A- Admin & Logistics
C- Command & signal

10

What's info in the S in SMEAC contain?

Environment
Enemy Forces
Friendly Forces
Attachment and Detachments

11

What's info in the M in SMEAC contain?

Mission aka the objective

12

What's info in the E in SMEAC contain?

Rally points
Time of assembly in the assembly area
Estimate time of patrol debriefing upon return
Location of departure and re-entry of friendly lines
Details on formations and order of movement

13

What's info in the A in SMEAC contain?

Info regarding rations and ammo
Location of distribution point
Corpsman
Aid station
Supply matters

14

What's info in the C in SMEAC contain?

Location of Patrol Leader
Location of assistant patrol leader
Location of subordinate leaders
Radio call signs and frequencies
Password and countersign

15

Define the acronym SAFE

S- Security
A- Automatic Weapons
F- Field of Fire
E- Entrenchment

16

At least how many feet deep does the fire step need to be?

4ft

17

How wide should the one man fighting hole be?

Wide enough to accommodate the shoulders of a man sitting on the fire step.

18

What does the two man fighting hold consist of?

Two adjacent one-man fighting holes.

19

Approximately how high and thick should the parapet be on the two man fighting hole?

3 ft thick and 1/2 foot high

20

Advantages of a two-man fighting position

It allows continuous observation, mutual assistance and reassurance and the redistribution of ammunition between the occupants.

21

Disadvantages of two-man fighting position

Less protection against a tank crossing along the long axis, as well as less protection against strafing, bombing, and shell fragments.

22

What does APLS stand for?

Armor Protection Level System

23

What are the Armor Protection Levels?

APL0 to APL3

24

APL0 is...

No body armor worn

25

APL1 is...

Vest/PC with Soft Armor Only

26

APL2 is...

Vest/PC with front and back hard armor plates

27

APL3 is...

Vest/PC with Front, Back, and Side hard armor plates

28

Camouflage

Yourself, your equipment, and your position from looking like what they really are. You can also use both natural and man made materials.

29

Cover

Anything that gives protection from bullets, fragments of exploding rounds, flame, nuclear effects and biological and chemical agents. Can be natural or man made.

30

Concealment

Anything that hides you from enemy observation. Do not protect you from enemy fire.