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1

Five major terrain features

hill, valley, saddle, ridge, depression

2

Three minor terrain features

Cliff, spur, draw

3

Two supplementary terrain features

Cut, fill

4

Colors on the map and what do they stand for

Blue- Water
Brown- Terrain contour lines
Green-
Black- man made
Red- civilian area

5

GOTWA

G: Who's going
O: Others taking with me
T: Time ill return
W:What to do if I don't return
A: Actions on contact you and me

6

Three types of bleeding

Artery, Venus, capillary

7

What are three types of heat injuries

Stroke. exhaustion and cramps

8

OAKOC

O: Observation
A: Avenues of approach
K: Key terrain features
O: Obstacles
C: Cover and concealment

9

Types of north

Magnetic, True and Grid

10

Five paragraphs of an operation order

1: Situation
2: Mission
3: Execution
4: Service/ Support
5: Command and signal

11

Five principles of patrolling

1: Planning
2: Recon
3: Security
4: Control
5: Common sense

12

SLLS

Stop look, listen, smell

13

LACE

Liquids, ammunitions, casualties and equipment

14

SALUTE

Size, location, activity, unit/ uniform, enemy

15

Different types of command orders

Operation order, warning order, frago

16

METT-TC

Mission, enemy, time, terrain, troops available civil considerations

17

8 Troop leading procedures

Step 1. Receive the Mission
Step 2. Issue a warning order
Step 3. Make a tentative plan
Step 4. Start necessary movement
Step 5. Reconnoiter
Step 6. Complete the plan
Step 7. Issue the complete order
Step 8. Supervise

18

In reference to an IED what are the five c's

Conform, clear, cordon, check, control

19

In reference to a EPOW what are the 5 S's

Silence, search, segregate, safe guard, speed to the rear

20

3 Types of Recon patrols

Route, area, zone

21

Different types of movement techniques

Traveling
Traveling over watch
Bounding
Bounding over watch
Successive bounding

22

Phases of unconventional warfare

1: Psychological preparation
2: Initial contact
3: Infiltration
4: Organization
5: Build-up
6: combat utilization/ employment
7:Demobilization/ transition

23

9- line MEDEVAC Request

Line 1. Location of the pick-up site.
Line 2. Radio frequency, call sign, and suffix.
Line 3. Number of patients by precedence:
A - Urgent
B - Urgent Surgical
C - Priority
D - Routine
E - Convenience
Line 4. Special equipment required:
A - None
B - Hoist
C - Extraction equipment
D - Ventilator
Line 5. Number of patients:
A - Litter
B - Ambulatory
Line 6. Security at pick-up site:
N - No enemy troops in area
P - Possible enemy troops in area (approach with caution)
E - Enemy troops in area (approach with caution)
X - Enemy troops in area (armed escort required)
* In peacetime - number and types of wounds, injuries, and illnesses
Line 7. Method of marking pick-up site:
A - Panels
B - Pyrotechnic signal
C - Smoke signal
D - None
E - Other
Line 8. Patient nationality and status:
A - US Military
B - US Civilian
C - Non-US Military
D - Non-US Civilian
E - EPW
Line 9. NBC Contamination:
N - Nuclear
B - Biological
C - Chemical
* In peacetime - terrain description of pick-up site

24

M249 SAW Max range

3600 meters

25

M249 SAW Max effective Range (area Target) Bipod

800 meters

26

M249 SAW Max Effective Range (Point Target) Bipod

600 meters

27

M249 SAW Maximum rate of fire

850 rounds per minute

28

M249 SAW Weight

16.41 Pounds

29

M249 Sustained rate of fire

50 rounds a minute in 3- to 5-round bursts, with 4 to
5 seconds between bursts (barrel change every 10
minutes).

30

M249 Rapid rate of fire

100 rounds per minute, fired in 8- to 10-round bursts, 2
to 3 seconds between bursts (barrel change every
2 minutes).