A dry pond.
Small ridge or plateau.
Vertical/near vertical cliff.
Small hill with a gentle slope.
Depression in the terrain.
The universal traveling map and the universal plotting scheme.
The universal transverse mercator and the universal polar stereographic.
The unit transverse mercator and the unit polar stereographic.
The universal transit mercator and the universal polarity stereographic.
A vertical angle measured clockwise from true north, magnetic north, or grid north.
A horizontal angle measured counterclockwise from true north, magnetic north.
A horizontal angle measured clockwise from true north, magnetic north, or grid north.
A vertical angle measured counterclockwise from magnetic north or grid north.
Subtract the 3.5 degrees from your azimuth.
Add the 3.5-degree grid magnet angle to the azimuth.
Subtract 3.5 degrees from your back azimuth.
Subtract the 5.5 degrees from your azimuth.
There is no dirt in the dial.
The numbers are easy to read.
The arrows can be seen at night.
The dial or arrow moves freely.
Moving at night.
Moving with stealth
Moving with precision.
Detailed and understandable and describe how the unit will finish its mission.
Concise and understandable and describe, in general terms, how the unit will accomplish its mission.
Concise describe, in general terms, how the unit will accomplish its mission from start to finish.
Concise and understandable and describe, in general terms, how the unit will accomplish its mission from the start to finish.
To change an existing order.
To order a fragmentary grenade.
To advise personnel of a fragile operation.
To indicate a change in the command structure of the unit.
Terrain Scale model.
Multiple area reconnaissance.
Successive sector method.
Converging routes method.
Mortars, MK19s, and M2.50 calibers.
Your support team weapons.
Fire and maneuver elements.
Your team’s own weapons.
For control flexibility and security.
Flexibility and movement.
For control only.
Leap frog movements.
Overwatch and bounding overwatch.
Traveling overwatch and traversing overwatch.
Traveling overwatch and bounding overwatch.
Traversing overwatch and bounding overwatch.
Detour bypass method.
Contact danger method.
Contouring around the open area.
The security elements.
The outside buddy teams.
The inside buddy teams.
The ambush reserve teams.
Has a specific target and a predetermined location.
Deploys to attack an enemy in a single kill zone.
Deploys in two or more related point ambushes.
Makes visual contact with an enemy force and has time to establish an ambush.
Identifying individual sectors of fire as assigned by you, the team leader.
Emplacing protective devices, such as early warning devices.
Emplacing protective devices, such as early warning device.
Emplacing grenadiers to cover dead space within the kill zone.
Bounding fire team.
In the reverse order that they established their positions.
In the order that they established their positions.
Two at a time so one can cover the other.
Fast and slow.
Aid and unaided.
Assisted and unassisted.
Forward and backward.
Under Enemy Pressure.
Thinning the lines.
Personnel from the augmentation force.
Personnel who are on temporary duty.
Personnel from the S-function staff.
Available base assets.
Commander, Security Forces.
Commander, Base Defense Force.
Commander, Area Defense Force.
Commander, Joint Response Task Force.
ABD affecting the GCI force.
Support and supply functions.
GCI affecting the ABD force.
Operational matters with the ABD force.
Essential elements of information.
Essential evaluation information.
Emergency enemy information.
Enemy evaluation information.
20.0 to 35.4 km.
22.5 to 34.5 km
22.5 to 35.4 km.
25.2 to 35.4 km.
Buried (underwater) wire/cable.
Aerial (overhead) wire/cable.
A soft bristled brush.
An abrasive material.
A soft damp cloth .
A lint-free cloth.
Clean, dry, and inspect the equipment.
Remove equipment knobs, wires, and plugs.
Remove power, discharge, and ground the equipment.
Remove wires, plugs, and all control knobs.
Deny unauthorized persons telecommunications information.
Prevent unauthorized users from using our communication system.
Keep honest people honest by denying the enemy access to our communications equipment.
Listen in on all incoming and outgoing communications in the tactical area of responsibility.
Unauthorized use of fraudulent transmissions.
Acceptance of fraudulent transmissions.
Sending of fraudulent transmissions.
Acceptance of faulty transmissions.
Risk/vulnerability assessment and making sure recapture/recovery procedures are in place.
Risk/location assessment and making sure recapture/recovery procedures are in place.
Risk/vulnerability assessment and making sure deployment procedures are in place.
Route assessment and making sure recapture/recovery procedures are in place.
Involvement with traffic obstructions.
Other hazards to safe movement.
A breakdown in the road.
Deputy chief of police.
United States Marshal.
Local Federal Bureau of Investigations agent.
Every 10 minutes.
Every 15 minutes.
Every 20 minutes.
Every 30 minutes.
Where the convoy commander designates.
Where you pick up your convoy vehicle.
At the last checkpoint on the route that the convoy passes.
At the first checkpoint on the route that the convoy passes.
Vehicle commander noncommissioned officer.
Commander of the moving unit.
An additional layer of sandbags.
A heavy rubber or fiber mat.
From 9 to 11 o’clock.
From 6 to 1 o’clock.
From 9 to 1 o’clock.
From 11 to 1 o’clock.
Block and bump.
Hasty vehicle recovery.
In-stride hasty vehicle recovery.
Mission training experiment.
Mission training experiment.
A helmet as a decoy airman.
A cooked off hand grenade.
A white handkerchief.
A signal flare.
The fire team leader feels a precision clearing operation needs to occur in a hostile environment.
The tactical situation calls for room-by-room clearing of a relatively intact building in which enemy combatants and noncombatants may be intermixed.
You need to replace other techniques currently being used to clear buildings and rooms during high-intensity combat.
There is a reasonable doubt that insurgents are held up inside the facility you would like to search.
It conserves badly needed ammunition for future assaults and missions.
It overwhelms and destroys the enemy force and seizes the objective.
It only requires minimal manpower, due to the use of pyrotechnics.
It scares the enemy into simply surrendering the objective at hand.
It reduces damage.
It conserves ammunition.
It causes minimal stress in those involved.
It minimizes the chance of noncombatant casualties.
Controlled violence of action.
Small arms (5.56 or 7.62 mm).
The least immediate enemy threat.
The most immediate enemy threat.
The most heavily armed enemy threat.
The enemy threat furthest from the entry point.
The method they are to use.
The task and purpose they have been given.
The firepower they have been given and the method they are to use.
The task and purpose they have been given and the method they are to use.