FM 3-23.35 PDF
DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. Preface. *This publication applies to the Active Army, the Army National. FIELD MANUAL NO. , HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY Washington, DC, 25 June Change FM , 25 June ; Change 1, 5 September ; . distribution number , requirements for FM , Combat.
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Daylight target exposure times are as follows:. During the course, 30 targets are exposed to the firer.
After the last targets are hit or lowered, the weapon is cleared. Eight seconds later, another target appears. One magazine with seven rounds, ffm five targets exposed. The tower operator has each scorer total the firer’s scorecard and turn it in to the range officer or his representative. Magazines containing seven rounds are issued to the scorers and given to the firers.
FM Combat Training With Pistols, M9 and M11
A soldier who can reengage a target with an extra round during the exposure time is just as effective as one who hits the target with one round. The firer is not penalized for using or not using the extra ammunition. Excess Ammunition at the End of a Firing Table. The tower operator orders the firers to position themselves next to the weapon stands. If a malfunction of weapon or targets occurs during firing from stationary positions, the firer reports the malfunction, and keeps his weapon pointed up and downrange.
The firer assumes the same position on the firing line as in Table I. A target appears in front of the firer, and he engages it. One magazine of one round and one magazine of seven rounds are issued to the firers.
The firer places the magazine containing seven rounds in his magazine pouch where it is closest to the firing hand. To receive a GO at night, the firer must hit at least 5 of the 30 exposed targets in all five tables. Firers are issued one magazine of five rounds. Qualification standards are listed in the bottom right corner on the record firing side of the scorecard. A firer is credited only with hits he attains in his own firing lane.
Each time a target is hit or killed, an X is placed in the column labeled HITs. Seven electric target device targets and E-type silhouettes for each firing lane are required.
Two single targets and one set of multiple targets are exposed to the firer. Only single targets are exposed to the firer in this table. The qualification tables described in paragraphs A-2 and A-3 also apply for night and NBC qualification.
Even if the weapon is not directed toward a target or is accidentally discharged, a replacement ffm is not issued. Again, the firer must engage 3-223.35 target in the required time or it is scored a miss.
One magazine with one round, one magazine with seven rounds, and six targets exposed. Again, should the firer not have loaded his second magazine in time to engage this target, it is scored a miss. The tower operator orders firers to move to the firing line in preparation for firing.
The target sequence is decided by the tower operator but is the same for all rm. For durability and appearance, it should be made by the training aids section or an equally capable agency. All shots fired by the firer are scored after he has taken his place on the firing lane. The tower operator exposes the targets to the firers.
This prevents firers from getting ahead of firers in adjoining lanes. This exercise teaches the soldier to change his magazine quickly and safely by instinct under pressure. Upon completion of Table V, the tower operator commands:.