Term
What are the 6 elements for call for fire? 

Definition
1. identification 2. warning order 3. target location 4. target description 5. method of engagement 6. method of fire and control 


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What are the essential elements of call for fire? 

Definition
1. identification 2. warning order 3. target location 4. target description 


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What are the optional elements for call for fire? 

Definition
1. Method of engagement 2. Method of fire and control 


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What is the standard mission for artillery and mortars, and is not stated in the warning order? 

Definition


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What are the 5 different mission types in call for fire? 

Definition
adjust fire fire for effect immediate suppression/SMK Suppression 


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What are the 3 types of location? 

Definition
grid polar shift from known point 


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What is the minimum number of digits given for a grid location? 

Definition


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What are the components of Polar? 

Definition
Direction, distance to TGT from your location, plus U/D altitude. 


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What are the components of shift from known point ? 

Definition
direction, R/L, Add/Drop (+/), altitude (U/D) 


Term
What is the acronym for target description? 

Definition
SNAP SSize NNomenclature/nature AActivity PProtection 


Term

Definition
DAT DDanger Close AAmmunition TTrajectory 


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What is Danger Close for Artillery and Mortars? 

Definition
600m or less from the observer 


Term
What are some types of ammunition 

Definition
DPICM, WP, Smoke, SADARM, Illum 


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What are the two types of Trajectory? What is the standard for Artillery? 

Definition
A) high angle, low angle B) Low angle 


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What does W A T stand for in "method of fire and control" 

Definition
WWhen ready AAt my command (AMC). Able to mass fires and better effects TTime on target. (TOT). Standard is +/ 3 sec rounds should be impacted on the ground with rounds complete 


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What is the standard method of TGT location? 

Definition


Term
what is the standard trajectory angle for artillery? 

Definition


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what is the standard ammo for mortar and artillery? 

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Term
which element of the call for fire do you specify ammo? 

Definition
5th element: method of engagement 


Term
What are the Five rules of direction? 

Definition
1) observer to target 2) Mils 3. Grid direction 4. Nearest 10 mils (0012=0010,0017=020, 0825=0820) 5. 4digits/mils (0070, 0100, 0010) 


Term
Direction in Polar call for fire must be rounded to the nearest _ mils?? 

Definition


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Distance given in call for fire must be rounded to the nearest _ meters?? 

Definition


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What change of elevation is required in order to be sent in? 

Definition
35 M or greater send in increments of 5 M. If less than 35 M disregard) 


Term
What does FDC need to know prior to pollar mission call for fire? 

Definition


Term
what increments do you send direction? 

Definition


Term
when sending distance, you send it to the nearest what number? 

Definition


Term
what is the minimum number of digits required by FDC? 

Definition


Term
when do you state direction with the Grid Mission? 

Definition
after the 3rd or before the first transmission 


Term
When do we use the WORM Formula? 

Definition
It is used to determine the Left or Right lateral shift from the known point to the target in METERS 


Term

Definition
is the left or right shift that is transmitted to the FDC? 


Term

Definition
the range from the observer to the known point, divided by 1000 


Term

Definition
the difference in MILS from the known point direction and the target location. 


Term
Shift from the Known Point 

Definition
Direction: given to the nearest 10 mils Lateral shift: minimum of 20 meters and sent to the nearest 100 meters. Range: nearest 100 meters 


Term

Definition
If more than 35 meters send in increments of 5 meters. If less than 35 meters disregard. 


Term
Determining Range Correction 

Definition
*If the target is beyond the known point, his correction would be ADD *IF the target is short of the known point his correction would be DROP. 


Term
When doing a shift mission, what does W represent in the WORM formula? 

Definition


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When doing a shift mission, what does R represent in the worm formula? 

Definition
range to the Kn point from the observer and divided by 1000 


Term
what is the min deviation correction sent? 

Definition


Term
what does FDC need to know when doing a shift mission? 

Definition
the target or known point you are shifting from 


Term

Definition
the OT factor is used to determine the L/R deviation correction. 


Term
How do you determine the OT factor? 

Definition
To determine the OT factor when the OT range is greater than 1000 meters, the range from the observer to the target (OT distance) is divided by 1000 and expressed as a whole number. If it ends in a .5 round to the nearest even whole number i.e. 1.5 is 2 For an OT range less than 1000 meters, the distance is divided by 1000 and expressed as a decimal/number i.e. .7 


Term
What is the OT distance/factor of 4000? 

Definition


Term
What is the OT distance/factor of 3500?, 900? 

Definition


Term

Definition
Spotting is the number of mils between the round and the target that is measured with the binocular reticle pattern or the hand method. 


Term
what is the distance between reticle marks? 

Definition


Term
how do you find the deviation correction? 

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Term
When is a target considered "danger close? 

Definition
when they are within 600 meters of friendly troops 


Term
When to initiate fire for effect? 

Definition
when a 100meter bracket is split or a range correct spotting is made, the fireforeffect phase is entered. Officer candidates will initiate fire for effect when a 100 meter bracket is split or the correct spotting is made. 


Term
When do you send your location for a polar mission 

Definition
before you initiate your call for fire 


Term
how do you make deviation corrections? 

Definition


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your distance is 3500 meters, what is your OT factor? 

Definition
4 you round to the nearest whole number when there is a 5 


Term
distance to the known point is 3500m, M is 100 meters. What is the lateral shift in meters? 

Definition


Term
whats the standard trajectory for artillery 

Definition


Term
when using the hand method, what does 2 fingers represent? 

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