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FMF (Core) 110


Explain unaided day and night observation techniques Avoid all unnecessary movement Search field of view using the off-center vision method Search field of view using the scanning method. Search field of view using the strip method.
Demonstrate techniques that enhance hearing Hearing is amplified with the mouth open. Removing the helmet will reduce sound distortion. People walking and moving vehicles can be heard by holding ear to the ground.
off-center vision method technique requires viewing an object by looking 6 to 10 degrees above, below, or to either side of the object rather than directly at it
scanning method. to overcome many of the physiological limitations of their eye looking from right to left or left to right using slow, regular scanning movement
strip method observing close to your post and search a narrow strip of 50 meters or less going from right to left parallel to your front. Then search from left to right a second and similar strip farther away but overlapping the first
Preserve night vision one eye should be closed and covered to preserve its night vision.
SALUTE report Size and/or strength Activity or actions Location and direction of movement Unit identification Time of observation Equipment and weapons
FIVE PARAGRAPH ORDER (SMEAC) Situation Mission Execution Administration and Logistics Command and Signal
"SAFE" Security Automatic Weapons Field of Fire Entrenchment
Individual fighting position small as practicable exposing a minimum target to enemy fire but wide enough to accommodate the shoulders of a man sitting on the fire step
Two-man fighting position two-man fighting hole consists essentially of two adjacent one-man fighting hole
Helmet Do Not Heat Water in it Do Not hammer with it Do not Dig with it
Silence gear. To silence 782-gear during combat patrolling; cover all metal areas with tape, tape up all loose straps and anything that could enhance noise.
Waterproof gear To waterproof 782-gear; use trash and zip lock bags to prevent gear from getting wet and use waterproof bag to keep sleeping bag from getting wet.
CAMOUFLAGE Anything that you can use to keep yourself, your equipment, and your position from looking like what they really are
COVER Anything that gives protection from bullets, fragments of exploding rounds, flame, nuclear effects, and biological and chemical agents
CONCEALMENT Anything that hides you from enemy observation. Concealment does not protect you from enemy fire
High crawl used when cover and/or concealment are available, when poor visibility reduces enemy observation, or when greater speed of movement is required
Low Crawl used when cover and concealment are scarce, when the enemy has good observation over the area in which the scout is moving, or when speed is not essential.
Night Walk place heel down first and bal weight of your body on rear foot until a secure spot is found. Lift fwd foot high to clear any grass, brush, or other obst. Cont. to balance body weight on rear foot then lower fwd foot gently, to explore the ground
Creeping night on hands and knees. Use your hands to feel for twigs, leaves, or other substances that might make a noise and clear a spot to place your knee
CASEVAC categories Priority 1 - Urgent Priority 1A - Urgent-Surgical Priority 2 - Priority. Priority 3 - Routine. Priority 4 - Convenience.
9 line reports L1 Location of Pickup Ll2 Radio Freq, call sign L3 # patients by precedence L4 special equipment requirement L5 number patients by type L6 security of site(w) number wounded (p) L7 marking method L8 patient nationality L9 NBC(w) terrain (p)
Created by: PALDIS
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