Appendix A

Test Administrative Guides and Criterion Scoring Checklists for the GST

The GST is an evaluation tool with which the unit can determine readiness to move toward crew tasks and conduct live-fire gunnery to meet prescribed training levels. It is used to evaluate the crew memberís ability to perform gunnery-related skills. It does not replace tasks in the soldierís manuals.

Administrative Procedures

As a minimum, the appropriate tasks of the GST must be administered--

The GST is administered using tasks, conditions, and standards, as well as training evaluation guidelines and performance checklists. At no time will tasks be deleted from the GST; however, the commander may add tasks for a more comprehensive evaluation.

All members of the scout squad should take the test. The commander and gunner must achieve a GO on all tasks (appropriate for their weapon systems).

The GST should also be used as a diagnostic tool to determine the level and effectiveness of cross-training throughout the section.

Prerequisites

Preliminary gunnery training must be conducted before administering the GST.

Evaluation Procedures

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESS

The evaluator logs each crew member in on a roster at all stations and provides him with all materials and equipment displayed in the manner outlined in this guide. The evaluator must use the criterion checklist for each task. He informs the crew member of his performance on the task and directs him either to move to the next station or to further training. Only one crew member may be tested at a time, unless stated otherwise in the guideline.

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES FOR PERSONNEL RECIEVING A NO-GO

If the crew member does not achieve the standard indicated on the checklist, he receives a NO-GO. When a crew member receives a NO-GO, he must be critiqued, to include an explanation of his mistakes and what he must do to correct them. The crew member will not be retested until his immediate supervisor has initialed the scoresheet indicating that the individual has been retrained and is ready to retest. If a crew member receives an additional NO-GO on the same task, he must return to be retested on another date.

Evaluation Criteria

Either internal or external evaluators may evaluate the test; external evaluation is recommended.

The individuals performing the test must complete all actions outlined in the performance checklist within a specified time limit to achieve a GO for the task.

At the conclusion of each task, if the individual failed to meet the prescribed standards, he will be critiqued on those areas that caused him to fail the task and be directed to retake the test at a later date.

Scoring

Personnel receive either a GO or NO-GO on each task. NO-GOs are scored for--

Performance Checklists

The performance checklist for all stations must be updated when new soldierís manuals and technical manuals are issued, to ensure standardization in training and testing.


TEST ADMINISTRATIVE GUIDE
Station 1

TASK: Clear, disassemble (field strip), assemble, perform a function check, load, and perform immediate action on an M60 machine gun.
CONDITIONS: Given a loaded M60 machine gun, placed on a flat surface.
STANDARDS:

Within eight minutes, the crew member will--

  • Clear (in sequence) and disassemble the M60 machine gun.
  • Assemble the M60 machine gun.
  • Perform a function check (in sequence) on the M60 machine gun.
  • Load (in sequence) the M60 machine gun.
  • Perform immediate action (in sequence) on the M60 machine gun.

PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL:

PRETEST PREPARATION:

Make sure the equipment is operational, and that the weapon is removed from the vehicle.

TEST PLANNING TIME:

Administrative:
Test:
Total:
5 minutes
8 minutes
13 minutes

INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CREWMAN:

"At this station, you will be tested on your ability to clear, disassemble (field strip), assemble, perform a function check, load, and perform immediate action on an M60 machine gun. You must clear, perform a function check, load, and perform immediate action in sequence on the M60 machine gun. The weapon is not clear. You have eight minutes to complete this test. Do you understand these instructions? (Answer questions.) You may begin." (Start the time.)

If the examinee has not completed the task after eight minutes, announce "STOP," loud enough for the examinee to hear.

Note. If it appears that the examinee is going to damage the equipment or injure himself, announce "STOP."


PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST FOR STATION 1
Clear, Disassemble (Field Strip), Assemble,
Perform a Function Check, Load, and Perform Immediate
Action on an M60 Machine Gun

NAME ______________________________ UNIT________________________________

GRADE _______________________ DUTY POSITION ___________________________

GONO-GO
1.Cleared (in sequence) the M60 machine gun.
 a.Moved the safety switch to the FIRE position. _____ _____
 b.Pulled back on the charging handle and locked the bolt to the rear. _____ _____
 c.Moved the charging handle to the forward position. _____ _____
 d.Moved the safety switch to the SAFE position. _____ _____
 e.Opened the cover and removed the ammunition and link belt. _____ _____
 f.Raised the feed tray and inspected the chamber. _____ _____
 g.Closed the feed tray. _____ _____
 h.Closed the cover. _____ _____
 i.Moved the safety switch to the FIRE position. _____ _____
 j.Pulled back on the charging handle and held it there. _____ _____
 k.Pulled the trigger and allowed the charging handle to
move forward.
_____ _____
2.Disassembled the M60 machine gun.
 a.Removed the stock. _____ _____
 b.Removed the buffer, drive spring, and guide. _____ _____
 c.Removed the operating rod and bolt assemblies. _____ _____
 d.Separated the bolt assembly from the operating rod assembly. _____ _____
 e.Removed the trigger mechanism group. _____ _____
 f.Removed the barrel group. _____ _____
 g.Removed the cover, feed tray, and hanger group. _____ _____
 h.Removed the forearm assembly. _____ _____
3.Assembled the M60 machine gun.
 a.Replaced the forearm assembly. _____ _____
 b.Replaced the cover, feed tray, and hanger group. _____ _____
 c.Replaced the barrel group. _____ _____
 d.Replaced the trigger mechanism group. _____ _____
 e.Joined the bolt to the operating rod. _____ _____
 f.Replaced the bolt and operating rod group. _____ _____
 g.Replaced the buffer assembly. _____ _____
 h.Replaced the stock. _____ _____
4.Performed a function check (in sequence) on the M60 machine gun.
 a.Moved the safety switch to the FIRE position. _____ _____
 b.Pulled back on the charging handle and locked the bolt
to the rear.
_____ _____
 c.Moved the charging handle to the forward position. _____ _____
 d.Closed the feed tray and cover. _____ _____
 e.Moved the safety switch to the SAFE position and
pulled the trigger.
_____ _____
 f.Checked to make sure the weapon would not fire. _____ _____
 g.Pulled back on the charging handle. _____ _____
 h.Moved the safety switch to the FIRE position and
pulled the trigger.
_____ _____
 i.Allowed the bolt to ease forward. _____ _____
5.Loaded (in sequence) the M60 machine gun.
 a.Placed the ammunition on the feed tray. _____ _____
 b.Closed the feed tray. _____ _____
 c.Moved the safety switch to the FIRE position. _____ _____
6.Performed immediate action (in sequence) on an M60 machine gun.
Note. Have examinee attempt to fire the M60 machine gun.
 a.Pulled back on the charging handle. _____ _____
 b.Checked the ejection port for the ejected cartridge. _____ _____
 c.Moved the charging handle forward, and attempted to fire again. _____ _____
7.Completed all performance measures within eight minutes.
Note. Clearing and function checks are performed in sequence IAW FM 23-67.

EVALUATORíS NAME: ____________________________________________________

TEST DATE: _____________________________________________________________

OVERALL SCORE: GO/NO-GO

REMARKS: ______________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________


TEST ADMINISTRATIVE GUIDE
Station 1A

TASK: Clear, disassemble (field strip), assemble, perform a function check, load, and perform immediate action on an M240B machine gun.
CONDITIONS: Given a loaded M240B machine gun, placed on a flat surface.
STANDARDS: Within eight minutes, the crew member will--
  • Clear (in sequence) and disassemble the M240B machine gun.
  • Assemble the M240B machine gun.
  • Perform a function check (in sequence) on the M240B machine gun.
  • Load (in sequence) the M240B machine gun.
  • Perform immediate action (in sequence) on the M240B machine gun.

PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL:

PRETEST PREPARATION:

Make sure the equipment is operational, and that the weapon is removed from the vehicle.

TEST PLANNING TIME:

Administrative:
Test:
Total:
5 minutes
7 minutes
12 minutes

INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CREWMAN:

"At this station, you will be tested on your ability to clear, disassemble (field strip), assemble, perform a function check, load, and perform immediate action on an M240B machine gun. You must clear, perform a function check, load, and perform immediate action in sequence on the M240B machine gun. The weapon is not clear. You have seven minutes to complete this test. Do you understand these instructions? (Answer questions.) You may begin." (Start the time.)

If the examinee has not completed the task after seven minutes, announce "STOP," loud enough for the examinee to hear.

Note. If it appears that the examinee is going to damage the equipment or injure himself, announce "STOP."


PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST FOR STATION 1A
Clear, Disassemble (Field Strip), Assemble,
Perform a Function Check, Load, and Perform Immediate
Action on an M240B Machine Gun

NAME ______________________________ UNIT________________________________

GRADE _______________________ DUTY POSITION ___________________________

GONO-GO
1.Cleared (in sequence) the M240B machine gun.
 a.Moved the safety switch to the F (fire) position. _____ _____
 b.Pulled back on the cocking handle and locked the bolt to the rear. _____ _____
 c.Moved the safety switch to the S (safe) position. _____ _____
 d.Opened the cover. _____ _____
 e.Removed the source of ammunition. _____ _____
 f.Raised the feed tray. _____ _____
 g.Looked into the chamber for ammunition. _____ _____
 h.Lowered the feed tray. _____ _____
 i.Moved the safety switch to the F (fire) position. _____ _____
 j.Pulled back on the cocking handle and held it there. _____ _____
 k.Pulled the trigger and allowed the cocking handle to move forward to the close and lock position. _____ _____
 l.Closed the cover. _____ _____
2.Disassembled the M240B machine gun.
 a.Cleared the weapon (if not previously cleared). _____ _____
 b.Removed the barrel assembly. _____ _____
 c.Removed the trigger housing assembly. _____ _____
 d.Removed the buttstock and buffer assembly. _____ _____
 e.Removed the drive spring rod assembly. _____ _____
 f.Removed the bolt and operating rod assembly. _____ _____
 g.Removed the cover assembly. _____ _____
 h.Removed the feed tray. _____ _____
3.Assembled the M240B machine gun.
 a.Installed the feed tray. _____ _____
 b.Installed the cover assembly. _____ _____
 c.Installed the bolt and operating rod assembly. _____ _____
 d.Installed the buttstock and buffer assembly. _____ _____
 e.Installed the trigger housing assembly. _____ _____
 f.Installed the barrel assembly. _____ _____
 g.Installed the drive spring rod assembly. _____ _____
4.Performed a function check (in sequence) on the M240B machine gun.
 a.Moved the safety switch to the F (fire) position. _____ _____
 b.Pulled back on the cocking handle and locked the bolt to the rear. _____ _____
 c.Moved the cocking handle to the forward (locked) position. _____ _____
 d.Moved the safety switch to the S (safe) position and pulled the trigger. _____ _____
 e.Checked to make sure the weapon would not fire. _____ _____
 f.Pulled back on the cocking handle. _____ _____
 g.Moved the safety switch to the F (fire) position and pulled the trigger. _____ _____
 h.Allowed the bolt to ease forward to the close and lock position. _____ _____
5.Loaded (in sequence) the M240B machine gun.
 a.Moved the safety switch to the F (fire) position. _____ _____
 b.Charged the machine gun. _____ _____
 c.Moved the safety switch to the S (safe) position. _____ _____
 d.Opened the cover. _____ _____
 e.Removed the source of ammunition, if present. _____ _____
 f.Raised the feed tray. _____ _____
 g.Looked into the chamber for ammunition. _____ _____
 h.Lowered the feed tray. _____ _____
 i.Moved the safety switch to the F (fire) position, pulled back on the cocking handle, and pulled the trigger. _____ _____
 j.Allowed the bolt to ease forward to the close and lock position. _____ _____
 k.Placed the link belt in the feed tray over the belt holding paws, open link down. _____ _____
 l.Closed the cover. _____ _____
6.Performed immediate action (in sequence) on the M240B machine gun (cold gun). 
 a.Announced "STOPPAGE" or "MISFIRE." _____ _____
 b.Charged the M240B machine gun. _____ _____
 c.Attempted to fire. _____ _____
 d.If the gun did not fire, cleared the weapon. _____ _____
7.Performed immediate action (in sequence) on the M240B machine gun (hot gun). 
 a.Announced "STOPPAGE" or "MISFIRE." _____ _____
 b.Charged the M240B machine gun. _____ _____
 c.Attempted to fire. _____ _____
 d.Waited 15 minutes, and cleared the weapon. _____ _____
8.Completed all performance measures within seven minutes.
Note. Clearing and function checks are performed in sequence IAW FM 23-67.

EVALUATOR'S NAME: ____________________________________________________

TEST DATE: _____________________________________________________________

OVERALL SCORE: GO/NO-GO

REMARKS: ______________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________


TEST ADMINISTRATIVE GUIDE
Station 2

TASK: Clear, disassemble, assemble, set headspace and timing, perform a function check, load, and perform immediate action on an M2 HB machine gun.
CONDITIONS: Given an M2 HB machine gun, placed on a flat surface, and loaded with dummy ammunition and a headspace and timing gauge.
STANDARDS:

Within 16 minutes, the crew member will--

  • Clear (in sequence) the M2 HB machine gun.
  • Disassemble and assemble the M2 HB machine gun.
  • Set headspace and timing (in sequence) on the M2 HB machine gun.
  • Perform a function check (in sequence) on the M2 HB machine gun.
  • Load (in sequence) the M2 HB machine gun.
  • Perform immediate action (in sequence) on the M2 HB machine gun.

PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL:

PRETEST PREPARATION:

Make sure the equipment is operational and that the weapon is removed from the vehicle, placed on a flat surface, loaded, and has a headspace and timing gauge.

TEST PLANNING TIME:

Administrative:
Test:
Total:
5 minutes
16 minutes
21 minutes

INSTRUCTIONS TO EXAMINEE:

"At this station, you will be tested on your ability to clear, disassemble, assemble, set headspace and timing, perform a function check, load, and perform immediate action on an M2 HB machine gun. You must clear, set the headspace and timing, perform the function check, load, and perform immediate action in sequence. You have 16 minutes to complete this test. Do you understand these instructions? (Answer questions.) You may begin." (Start the time.)

If the examinee has not completed the task after 16 minutes, announce "STOP," loud enough for the examinee to hear.

Note. If it appears that the examinee is going to damage the equipment or injure himself, announce "STOP."


PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST FOR STATION 2
Clear, Disassemble, Assemble, Set Headspace and Timing,
Perform a Function Check, Load, and Perform Immediate
Action on the M2 HB Machine Gun

NAME ______________________________ UNIT________________________________

GRADE _______________________ DUTY POSITION ___________________________

GONO-GO
1.Cleared (in sequence) the M2 HB machine gun.
 a.Moved the bolt latch release lock to the unlocked position (single-shot mode). _____ _____
 b.Opened the cover. _____ _____
 c.Lifted the extractor and removed the ammunition belt from the feedway. _____ _____
 d.Lowered the extractor, and closed the cover. _____ _____
 e.Pulled back on the retractor slide handle, and locked the bolt to the rear. _____ _____
 f.Opened the cover. _____ _____
 g.Looked into both the chamber and T-slot for ammunition. _____ _____
 h.Maintained pressure on the retractor slide handle, and eased the bolt forward. _____ _____
 i.Closed the cover. _____ _____
 j.Pressed the trigger, and attempted to fire the weapon. _____ _____
 k.Did not close the cover with the bolt locked to the rear. _____ _____
2.Disassembled the M2 HB machine gun.
 a.Cleared the weapon (if not previously cleared). _____ _____
 b.Removed the barrel. _____ _____
 c.Removed the backplate. _____ _____
 d.Removed the driving spring and rod. _____ _____
 e.Removed the bolt stud. _____ _____
 f.Removed the barrel buffer body, barrel extension, and bolt. _____ _____
 g.Disassembled to three pieces: barrel buffer body, barrel extension, and bolt. _____ _____
 h.Disassembled the barrel buffer. _____ _____
3.Assembled the M2 HB machine gun.
 a.Reassembled the barrel buffer. _____ _____
 b.Reinstalled the barrel buffer, barrel extension, and bolt. _____ _____
 c.Installed the bolt stud. _____ _____
 d.Installed the driving spring and rod. _____ _____
 e.Installed the backplate. _____ _____
 f.Installed the barrel. _____ _____
4.Adjusted the headspace (in sequence) on the M2 HB machine gun.
 a.Opened the cover. _____ _____
 b.Retracted the bolt until the locking lug on the barrel locking spring was centered in the hole of the right side plate of the receiver. _____ _____
 c.Held the bolt in position (as in 4b) and unscrewed the barrel two notches (clicks). _____ _____
 d.Allowed the recoiling parts to move forward. _____ _____
Note. Disregard steps 4a-d if the barrel was backed off two notches (clicks) during assembly.  
 e.Charged the machine gun. _____ _____
 f.Allowed the bolt to move forward. _____ _____
 g.Opened the cover, and ensured the firing pin was retracted. _____ _____
 h.Retracted the recoiling parts approximately 1/16 inch. _____ _____
 i.Raised the extractor. _____ _____
 j.Inserted the GO end of the gauge into the T-slot between the face of the bolt and the barrel. _____ _____
 k.If the GO end did not enter the T-slot--
  (1)     Retracted the bolt. _____ _____
  (2)     Unscrewed the barrel one notch (click). _____ _____
  (3)     Allowed the recoiling parts to move forward. _____ _____
  (4)     Checked the headspace IAW step 4h through 4j. _____ _____
 l.If the GO end entered the T-slot--
  Attempted to place the NO-GO end of the gauge into the T-slot. _____ _____
 m.If the NO-GO end did not enter the T-slot, went to step 5. _____ _____
 n.If the NO-GO end entered the T-slot--
  (1)     Retracted the bolt. _____ _____
  (2)     Screwed the barrel in one notch (click). _____ _____
  (3)     Allowed the recoiling parts to move forward. _____ _____
  (4)     Checked the headspace IAW step 4h and m. _____ _____
5.Set the timing ( in sequence after adjusting headspace; charged weapon if necessary) on the M2 HB machine gun.  
 a.Pulled the retractor slide handle to retract the recoiling parts about 1/4 inch. _____ _____
 b.Raised the extractor. _____ _____
 c.Inserted the NO-FIRE gauge between the barrel extension and the trunnion lock. _____ _____
 d.Made sure the NO-FIRE gauge beveled edge rested against the barrel notches. _____ _____
 e.Slowly released the recoiling parts, allowing them to move forward. _____ _____
 f.Depressed the trigger. _____ _____
 g.If the firing pin did not release, went to step 5i. _____ _____
 h.If the firing pin released--
  (1)     Retracted the recoiling parts, and removed the NO-FIRE gauge. _____ _____
  (2)     Retracted the bolt and recharged the machine gun. _____ _____
  (3)     Inserted the FIRE gauge. _____ _____
  (4)     Removed the backplate. _____ _____
  (5)     Screwed the timing adjustment nut to the left until it rested on the trigger bar. _____ _____
  (6)     Pushed up on the trigger bar and attempted to fire. _____ _____
  (7)     Rotated the timing adjustment nut to the right one notch and attempted to fire. _____ _____
  (8)     Repeated step 5h(7) and attempted to fire after each click, until the weapon fired. _____ _____
  (9)     Turned the timing adjustment nut two additional notches (clicks) to the right. _____ _____
  (10)     Placed the backplate on the back of the receiver, halfway, to cover the drive spring and rod. _____ _____
  (11)     Retracted the bolt to remove the gauge. _____ _____
  (12)     Installed the backplate. _____ _____
  (13)     Charged the weapon. _____ _____
  (14)     Checked the timing (twice) to make sure it was correct, then went to step 6 (timing complete). _____ _____
 i.Replaced the NO-FIRE gauge with the FIRE gauge. _____ _____
 j.Depressed the trigger. _____ _____
 k.If the firing pin released, went to step 6 (timing complete). _____ _____
 l.If the firing pin did not release, went to step 5h(4) (removed the backplate). _____ _____
6.Performed a function check (in sequence) on the M2 HB machine gun.
 a.Moved the bolt latch release lock to the unlocked position (single-shot mode). _____ _____
 b.Pulled back on the retractor slide handle and locked the bolt to the rear (the bolt should lock to the rear). _____ _____
 c.Held the retractor handle, pressed the bolt latch release, and allowed the bolt to move forward. _____ _____
 d.Pressed the trigger (the weapon should have fired). _____ _____
 e.Moved the bolt latch release lock to the locked position (automatic-fire mode). _____ _____
 f.Pulled the retractor slide handle to the rear and held it (the bolt should not have locked to the rear). _____ _____
 g.Released the pressure on the retractor slide handle and eased the bolt forward. _____ _____
 h.Pressed the trigger and released the firing pin. _____ _____
7.Loaded (in sequence) the M2 HB machine gun.
 a.Moved the bolt latch release lock to the unlocked position (single-shot mode). _____ _____
 b.Opened the machine gun cover. _____ _____
 c.Lifted the extractor and removed the ammunition belt (if present) from the feedway. _____ _____
 d.Lowered the extractor, and closed the cover. _____ _____
 e.Pulled back on the retractor slide handle, and locked the bolt to the rear. _____ _____
 f.Opened the cover. _____ _____
 g.Looked into both the chamber and T-slot for ammunition. _____ _____
 h.Maintained pressure on the retractor slide handle and depressed the bolt latch release, allowing the bolt to move forward. _____ _____
 i.Placed the bolt latch release lock in the locked position (automatic-fire mode). _____ _____
 j.Lifted the extractor. _____ _____
 k.Inserted the double loop of the ammunition under the extractor and pushed the extractor down between the first and second rounds. _____ _____
 l.Closed the cover. _____ _____
WARNING
If the caliber .50 has fired 150 rounds or more within 2 minutes, it is considered a hot gun. Immediate action must be applied within 10 seconds of a stoppage.
8.Performed immediate action (in sequence) on the M2 HB machine gun (cold gun).
 a.Announced "STOPPAGE" or "MISFIRE." _____ _____
 b.Charged the machine gun and observed the feeding and ejection. _____ _____
 c.Attempted to fire. _____ _____
 d.If the gun did not fire, announced "STOPPAGE" or "MISFIRE," and cleared the weapon. _____ _____
9.Performed immediate action (in sequence) on the M2 HB machine gun (hot gun).
 a.Announced "STOPPAGE" or "MISFIRE." _____ _____
 b.Charged the machine gun and observed the feeding and ejection. _____ _____
 c.Attempted to fire. _____ _____
 d.If the gun did not fire, announced "STOPPAGE" or "MISFIRE," and kept the gun pointed down range. _____ _____
 d.Waited 5 minutes, and cleared the weapon. _____ _____
10.Completed all performance measures within 16 minutes. _____ _____

EVALUATOR'S NAME: ____________________________________________________

TEST DATE: _____________________________________________________________

OVERALL SCORE: GO/NO-GO

REMARKS: ______________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________


TEST ADMINISTRATIVE GUIDE
Station 3

TASK: Clear, disassemble (field strip), assemble, perform a function check, load, and perform immediate action on a MK 19 machine gun.
CONDITIONS: Given a MK 19 machine gun, mounted on an M3 tripod, and ten rounds of linked, dummy, 40-mm ammunition.
STANDARDS:

Within 11 minutes, the crew member will--

  • Clear (in sequence) the MK 19 machine gun.
  • Disassemble the MK 19 machine gun.
  • Assemble the MK 19 machine gun.
  • Perform a function check (in sequence) on the MK 19 machine gun.
  • Load (in sequence) the MK 19 machine gun.
  • Perform immediate action (in sequence) on the MK 19 machine gun.

PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL:

PRETEST PREPARATION:

Make sure the equipment is operational, and that the weapon is removed from the vehicle and cleared.

TEST PLANNING TIME:

Administrative:
Test:
Total:
5 minutes
8 minutes
13 minutes

INSTRUCTIONS TO EXAMINEE:

"At this station, you will be tested on your ability to clear, disassemble (field strip), assemble, perform a function check, load, and perform immediate action on a MK 19 machine gun. You must clear, perform a function check, load, and perform immediate action in sequence. You have 11 minutes to complete this test. Do you understand these instructions? (Answer questions.) You may begin." (Start the time.)

If the examinee has not completed the task after 11 minutes, announce "STOP," loud enough for the examinee to hear.

Note. If it appears that the examinee is going to damage the equipment or injure himself, announce "STOP."


PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST FOR STATION 3
Clear, Disassemble (Field Strip), Assemble, Perform a
Function Check, Load, and Perform Immediate Action on a
MK 19 Machine Gun

NAME ______________________________ UNIT________________________________

GRADE _______________________ DUTY POSITION ___________________________

GONO-GO
1.Cleared (in sequence) the MK 19 machine gun.
 a.Moved the safety switch to the S (safe) position. _____ _____
 b.Charged the weapon. _____ _____
 c.Left the charging handles to the rear and down. _____ _____
 d.Used the cleaning rod to force the live round/empty casing off the face of the bolt, catching the live round. _____ _____
 e.Opened the top cover. _____ _____
 f.Removed the rounds from the feed tray. _____ _____
 g.Inspected the chamber and bolt face. _____ _____
 h.Moved the safety switch to the F (fire) position. _____ _____
 i.Pressed the triggers and allowed the bolt to move forward. _____ _____
 j.Moved the safety switch to the S (safe) position. _____ _____
 k.Moved the feed slide assembly to the left. _____ _____
 l.Closed the top cover. _____ _____
2.Disassembled the MK 19 machine gun.
 a.Removed the bolt and backplate assembly. _____ _____
 b.Removed the secondary drive lever. _____ _____
 c.Removed the feed slide assembly. _____ _____
 d.Removed the top cover assembly. _____ _____
 e.Removed the feed tray. _____ _____
 f.Removed the primary drive lever and vertical cam. _____ _____
 g.Removed the alignment guide assembly. _____ _____
 h.Removed the ogive plunger. _____ _____
 i.Removed the round-positioning block. _____ _____
 j.Removed the left and right hand charger assemblies. _____ _____
 k.Removed the sear housing assembly. _____ _____
3.Reassembled the MK 19 machine gun.
 a.Assembled the sear housing assembly. _____ _____
 b.Assembled the left and right hand charger assemblies. _____ _____
 c.Assembled the round positioning block. _____ _____
 d.Inserted the ogive-plunger assembly. _____ _____
 e.Inserted the alignment guide assembly. _____ _____
 f.Attached the vertical cam. _____ _____
 g.Attached the primary drive lever. _____ _____
 h.Attached the feed tray. _____ _____
 i.Attached the feed slide assembly. _____ _____
 j.Attached the top cover assembly. _____ _____
 k.Attached and engaged the secondary drive lever. _____ _____
 l.Inserted the bolt and backplate assembly. _____ _____
4.Performed a function check (in sequence) on the MK 19 machine gun.
 a.Closed the top cover. _____ _____
 b.Moved the safety switch to the S (safe) position. _____ _____
 c.Charged the weapon. _____ _____
 d.Locked the charging handles forward. _____ _____
 e.Pressed the trigger (the bolt did not move forward). _____ _____
 f.Moved the safety switch to the F (fire) position. _____ _____
 g.Pressed the trigger (the bolt should spring forward). _____ _____
 h.Moved the safety switch to the S (safe) position. _____ _____
 i.Opened the top cover. _____ _____
 j.Made sure the firing pin was exposed. _____ _____
 k.Moved the feed slide to the left. _____ _____
 l.Closed the top cover. _____ _____
 m.Pulled the bolt to the rear and opened the cover. _____ _____
 n.Moved the safety switch to the F (fire) position. _____ _____
 o.Rode the bolt forward. _____ _____
 p.Moved the safety switch to the S (safe) position. _____ _____
 q.Closed the cover. _____ _____
5.Loaded (in sequence) the MK 19 machine gun.
 a.Moved the safety switch to the S (safe) position. _____ _____
 b.Opened the top cover. _____ _____
 c.Made sure the bolt was forward. _____ _____
 d.Inserted the rounds, female link first, through the feed throat. _____ _____
 e.Inserted the first round into the feeder and across the first pawl. _____ _____
 f.Moved the feed slide assembly to the left. _____ _____
 g.Closed the top cover. _____ _____
 h.Charged the weapon. _____ _____
 i.Locked the charging handles forward. _____ _____
 j.Moved the safety switch to the F (fire) position. _____ _____
 k.Pressed the triggers (the bolt should spring forward). _____ _____
 l.Charged the weapon. _____ _____
 m.Locked the charging handles forward. _____ _____
 n.Moved the safety switch to the S (safe) position. _____ _____
6.Performed immediate action (in sequence) on the MK 19 machine gun.
Note. Have examinee attempt to fire the MK 19.
 a.Announced "MISFIRE." _____ _____
 b.Waited ten seconds. _____ _____
 c.Pulled the bolt to the rear, catching the live round as it was ejected. _____ _____
 d.Locked the charging handles forward. _____ _____
 e.Pressed the trigger (the bolt should spring forward).
If the weapon failed to fire--
  (1)     Moved the safety switch to the S (safe) position. _____ _____
  (2)     Waited ten seconds. _____ _____
  (3)     Pulled the bolt to the rear, catching the live round as it was ejected. _____ _____
  (4)     Opened the cover and cleared the weapon. _____ _____
7.Completed all performance measures within eight minutes. _____ _____

EVALUATOR'S NAME: ____________________________________________________

TEST DATE: _____________________________________________________________

OVERALL SCORE: GO/NO-GO

REMARKS: ______________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________


TEST ADMINISTRATIVE GUIDE
Station 4

TASK: Prepare a sector sketch, and engage targets using the sector sketch data.
CONDITIONS: Given a weapon system mounted on a vehicle, a designated firing position, a sector of fire, target reference points, a blank standard range card, a pencil, and a compass.
STANDARDS:

Within 15 minutes, the crew member will prepare a sector sketch that illustrates a representative sketch of the terrain including--

  • Weapon symbol.
  • Location of weapon system (a series of arrows drawn from a reference point to the weapon position, to include azimuth and distance).
  • Sector of fire:
  • - Complete boundaries (left and right sector limits).
    - All deadspace.
    - Maximum engagement lines (MEL).

  • All prominent terrain features (natural and man-made).
  • All target locations and TRPs:
  • - Deflection.
    - Elevation.
    - Range.
    - Ammunition.
    - Description.
    - TRP number.

  • Magnetic north arrow.
  • Marginal data or data section that shows--
  • - Interval between circles.
    - Unit designation.
    - Time and date of preparation.
    - Firing position designation (primary, alternate, or supplementary).

Then engage two targets, using the sector sketch data.

PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL:

PRETEST PREPARATION:

Make sure the equipment is operational, and that an appropriate sector of fire is available.

TEST PLANNING TIME:

Administrative:
Test:
Total:
5 minutes
15 minutes
20 minutes

INSTRUCTIONS TO EXAMINEE:

"At this station, you will be tested on your ability to complete a sector sketch, and engage targets using the sector sketch data. You will be given the following information: type of position, type of weapon system, left and right limits, and any target reference points. (Give the information to the crew.) You have 15 minutes to complete this test. Do you understand these instructions? (Answer questions.) You may begin." (Start the time.)

If the examinee has not completed the task after 15 minutes, announce "STOP," loud enough for the examinee to hear.

Note. If it appears that the examinee is going to damage the equipment or injure himself, announce "STOP."


PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST FOR STATION 4
Prepare a Sector Sketch, and Engage Targets Using
the Sector Sketch Data

NAME ______________________________ UNIT________________________________

GRADE _______________________ DUTY POSITION ___________________________

GONO-GO
1.Completed a sector sketch.
 a.Used the correct weapon symbol. _____ _____
 b.Marked the location of the weapon system from a reference point. _____ _____
 c.Marked the sector of fire:  
  (1)     Left and right limits. _____ _____
  (2)     Deadspace. _____ _____
  (3)     MELs. _____ _____
  (4)     Target information for all TRPs and deflection for mounted weapons other than TOW (can be given by clock position). _____ _____
 d.Used magnetic north indicator. _____ _____
 e.Completed the identification data:  
  (1)     Unit designation. _____ _____
  (2)     Time and date of preparation. _____ _____
  (3)     Type of firing position. _____ _____
  (4)     Bumper number. _____ _____
 f.Marked the position properly (staked it in). _____ _____
2.Engaged two targets using the sector sketch data. _____ _____
3.Completed all performance measures within 15 minutes. _____ _____

EVALUATOR'S NAME: ____________________________________________________

TEST DATE: _____________________________________________________________

OVERALL SCORE: GO/NO-GO

REMARKS: ______________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________


TEST ADMINISTRATIVE GUIDE
Station 5

TASK: Mount, place into operation, and dismount the AN/TVS-5 night-vision sight (using the M2 HB machine gun).
CONDITIONS: Given an M2 HB machine gun mounted on the MK 64 weapon systems mount and the M3 tripod, an AN/TVS-5 night-vision sight, and TM 11-5855-214-10.
STANDARDS:

Within five minutes, the crew member will--

  • Mount the AN/TVS-5 on the M2 HB.
  • Place the AN/TVS-5 into operation.
  • Dismount the AN/TVS-5 from the M2 HB.

PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL:

PRETEST PREPARATION:

Make sure the equipment is operational, and that the weapon is cleared and securely mounted on the tripod.

TEST PLANNING TIME:

Administrative:
Test:
Total:
5 minutes
5 minutes
10 minutes

INSTRUCTIONS TO EXAMINEE:

"At this station, you will be tested on your ability to mount the AN/TVS-5 on the M2 HB machine gun, place the M2 HB machine gun into operation, and dismount the AN/TVS-5 from the M2 HB machine gun. The weapon is clear. You have five minutes to complete this test. Do you understand these instructions? (Answer questions.) You may begin." (Start the time.)

If the examinee has not completed the task after five minutes, announce "STOP," loud enough for the examinee to hear.

Note. If it appears that the examinee is going to damage the equipment or injure himself, announce "STOP."


PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST FOR STATION 5
Mount, Place Into Operation, and Dismount the AN/TVS-5
Night-Vision Sight (Using the M2 HB Machine Gun)

NAME ______________________________ UNIT________________________________

GRADE _______________________ DUTY POSITION ___________________________

GONO-GO
1.Mounted the AN/TVS-5 on the M2 HB machine gun.
 a.Mounted the M2 mounting bracket onto the M2 HB machine gun. _____ _____
 b.Mounted the AN/TVS-5 onto the M2 bracket. _____ _____
2.Placed the AN/TVS-5 into operation.  
 a.Installed the BA-5567/U batteries into the AN/TVS-5. _____ _____
 b.Pressed eye against the eye guard. _____ _____
 c.Turned the ON-OFF/TUBE BRIGHTNESS control to the ON position. _____ _____
 d.Adjusted the ON-OFF/TUBE BRIGHTNESS control, as needed. _____ _____
 e.Moved the ON-OFF/RETICLE BRIGHTNESS control to the ON position. _____ _____
 f.Focused the reticle, using the diopter focus ring. _____ _____
 g.Focused the target field of view, using the objective focus ring. _____ _____
3.Took the AN/TVS-5 out of operation.  
 a.Moved the ON-OFF/RETICLE BRIGHTNESS control to the OFF position. _____ _____
 b.Moved the ON-OFF/TUBE BRIGHTNESS control to the OFF position. _____ _____
 c.Removed the batteries from the AN/TVS-5. _____ _____
4.Dismounted the AN/TVS-5 from the M2 HB machine gun.  
 a.Removed the AN/TVS-5 from the M2 bracket. _____ _____
 b.Removed the M2 bracket from the M2 HB machine gun. _____ _____
5.Completed all performance measures within five minutes. _____ _____

EVALUATOR'S NAME: ____________________________________________________

TEST DATE: _____________________________________________________________

OVERALL SCORE: GO/NO-GO

REMARKS: ______________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________


TEST ADMINISTRATIVE GUIDE
Station 6

TASK: Mount, place into operation, and dismount the AN/TVS-5 night-vision sight (using the MK 19 machine gun).
CONDITIONS: Given a MK 19 machine gun mounted on the MK 64 weapon systems mount and the M3 tripod, an AN/TVS-5 night-vision sight, and TM 11-5855-214-10.
STANDARDS:

Within five minutes, the crew member will--

  • Mount the AN/TVS-5 on the MK 19.
  • Place the AN/TVS-5 into operation.
  • Dismount the AN/TVS-5 from the MK 19.

PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL:

PRETEST PREPARATION:

Make sure the equipment is operational, and that the weapon is cleared and mounted on the tripod securely.

TEST PLANNING TIME:

Administrative:
Test:
Total:
5 minutes
5 minutes
10 minutes

INSTRUCTIONS TO EXAMINEE:

"At this station, you will be tested on your ability to mount, place into operation, and dismount the AN/TVS-5 on the MK 19 machine gun. The weapon is clear. You have five minutes to complete this test. Do you understand these instructions? (Answer questions.) You may begin." (Start the time.)

If the examinee has not completed the task after five minutes, announce "STOP," loud enough for the examinee to hear.

Note. If it appears that the examinee is going to damage the equipment or injure himself, announce "STOP."


PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST FOR STATION 6
Mount, Place Into Operation, and Dismount the AN/TVS-5
Night-Vision Sight (Using the MK 19 Machine Gun)

NAME ______________________________ UNIT________________________________

GRADE _______________________ DUTY POSITION ___________________________

GONO-GO
1.Mounted the AN/TVS-5 on the MK 19 machine gun.
 a.Mounted the M2 mounting bracket onto the MK 19
machine gun.
_____ _____
 b.Mounted the AN/TVS-5 onto the M2 bracket. _____ _____
2.Placed the AN/TVS-5 into operation.  
 a.Installed the BA-5567/U batteries into the AN/TVS-5. _____ _____
 b.Pressed eye against the eye guard. _____ _____
 c.Moved the ON-OFF/TUBE BRIGHTNESS control to the ON position. _____ _____
 d.Adjusted the ON-OFF/TUBE BRIGHTNESS control, as needed. _____ _____
 e.Moved the ON-OFF/RETICLE BRIGHTNESS control to the ON position. _____ _____
 f.Focused the reticle using the diopter focus ring. _____ _____
 g.Focused the target field of view using the objective focus ring. _____ _____
3.Took the AN/TVS-5 out of operation.  
 a.Moved the ON-OFF/RETICLE BRIGHTNESS control to the OFF position. _____ _____
 b.Moved the ON-OFF/TUBE BRIGHTNESS control to the OFF position. _____ _____
 c.Removed the batteries from the AN/TVS-5. _____ _____
4.Dismounted the AN/TVS-5 from the MK 19 machine gun.  
 a.Removed the AN/TVS-5 from the M2 bracket. _____ _____
 b.Removed the M2 bracket from the MK 19 machine gun. _____ _____
5.Completed all performance measures within five minutes. _____ _____

EVALUATOR'S NAME: ____________________________________________________

TEST DATE: _____________________________________________________________

OVERALL SCORE: GO/NO-GO

REMARKS: ______________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________


TEST ADMINISTRATIVE GUIDE
Station 7

TASK: Mount, place into operation, and dismount the AN/PVS-4 night-vision sight (using the M60 machine gun).
CONDITIONS: Given an M60 machine gun, an AN/PVS-4 night-vision sight, and TM 11-5855-213-10.
STANDARDS:

Within eight minutes, the crew member will--

  • Mount the AN/PVS-4 night-vision sight on the M60 machine gun.
  • Place the AN/PVS-4 night-vision sight into operation.
  • Dismount the AN/PVS-4 night-vision sight from the M60 machine gun.

PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL:

PRETEST PREPARATION:

Make sure the equipment is operational, and that the weapon is cleared.

TEST PLANNING TIME:

Administrative:
Test:
Total:
5 minutes
8 minutes
13 minutes

INSTRUCTIONS TO EXAMINEE:

"At this station, you will be tested on your ability to mount the AN/PVS-4 on the M60 machine gun, place the AN/PVS-4 into operation, and dismount the AN/PVS-4 from the M60 machine gun. The weapon is clear. You have eight minutes to complete this test. Do you understand these instructions? (Answer questions.) You may begin." (Start the time.)

If the examinee has not completed the task after eight minutes, announce "STOP," loud enough for the examinee to hear.

Note. If it appears that the examinee is going to damage the equipment or injure himself, announce "STOP."


PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST FOR STATION 7
Mount, Place Into Operation, and Dismount the AN/PVS-4
Night-Vision Sight (Using the M60 Machine Gun)

NAME ______________________________ UNIT________________________________

GRADE _______________________ DUTY POSITION ___________________________

GONO-GO
1.Mounted the AN/PVS-4 on the M60 machine gun.
 a.Moved the bolt latch release lock to the unlocked position (single-shot mode). _____ _____
 b.Pulled the bolt to the rear. _____ _____
 b.Moved the safety switch to the SAFE position. _____ _____
 c.Raised the feed tray cover. _____ _____
 d.Removed the hinge pin from the cover assembly. _____ _____
 e.Placed the hinge pin in the storage position on the left side of the mounting bracket. _____ _____
 f.Inserted the latch into the hinge pin to secure. _____ _____
 g.Placed the mounting bracket on top of the feed tray cover. _____ _____
 h.Inserted the longer hinge pin, supplied with the bracket, through the bracket and cover assembly. _____ _____
 i.Secured the mounting bracket by firmly tightening the wing nuts. _____ _____
 j.Closed the feed tray cover. _____ _____
 k.Mounted the sight to the bracket. _____ _____
 l.Tightened the screw to secure the sight. _____ _____
2.Placed the sight into operation.  
 a.Moved the ON-OFF/TUBE BRIGHTNESS control to the OFF position. _____ _____
 b.Moved the ON-OFF/RETICLE BRIGHTNESS control to the OFF position. _____ _____
 c.Installed the batteries. _____ _____
 d.Pressed eye against the eyeguard. _____ _____
 e.Moved the ON-OFF/TUBE BRIGHTNESS control to the ON position. _____ _____
 f.Adjusted the ON-OFF/TUBE BRIGHTNESS control, as needed. _____ _____
 g.Moved the ON-OFF/RETICLE BRIGHTNESS control to the ON position. _____ _____
 h.Adjusted the ON-OFF/RETICLE BRIGHTNESS control, as needed. _____ _____
 i.Turned the diopter focus ring until a clear image of the reticle was obtained. _____ _____
 j.Turned the objective focus ring until a clear field of view was obtained. _____ _____
3.Dismounted the AN/PVS-4 from an M60 machine gun.  
 a.Moved the ON-OFF/TUBE BRIGHTNESS control to the OFF position. _____ _____
 b.Moved the ON-OFF/RETICLE BRIGHTNESS control to the OFF position. _____ _____
 c.Removed the batteries. _____ _____
 d.Removed the sight from the mounting bracket. _____ _____
 e.Removed the mounting bracket from the feed tray cover. _____ _____
4.Completed all performance measures within eight minutes. _____ _____

EVALUATOR'S NAME: ____________________________________________________

TEST DATE: _____________________________________________________________

OVERALL SCORE: GO/NO-GO

REMARKS: ______________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________


TEST ADMINISTRATIVE GUIDE
Station 7A

TASK: Mount, place into operation, and dismount the AN/PVS-4 night-vision sight (using the M240B machine gun).
CONDITIONS: Given an M240B machine gun, an AN/PVS-4 night-vision sight, and TM 11-5855-213-10.
STANDARDS:

Within eight minutes, the crew member will--

  • Mount the AN/PVS-4 night-vision sight on the M240B machine gun.
  • Place the AN/PVS-4 night-vision sight into operation.
  • Dismount the AN/PVS-4 night-vision sight from the M240B machine gun.

PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL:

PRETEST PREPARATION:

Make sure the equipment is operational, and that the weapon is cleared.

TEST PLANNING TIME:

Administrative:
Test:
Total:
5 minutes
8 minutes
13 minutes

INSTRUCTIONS TO EXAMINEE:

"At this station, you will be tested on your ability to mount the AN/PVS-4 on the M240B machine gun, place the AN/PVS-4 into operation, and dismount the AN/PVS-4 from the M240B machine gun. The weapon is clear. You have eight minutes to complete this test. Do you understand these instructions? (Answer questions.) You may begin." (Start the time.)

If the examinee has not completed the task after eight minutes, announce "STOP," loud enough for the examinee to hear.

Note. If it appears that the examinee is going to damage the equipment or injure himself, announce "STOP."


PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST FOR STATION 7A
Mount, Place Into Operation, and Dismount the AN/PVS-4
Night-Vision Sight (Using the M240B Machine Gun)

NAME ______________________________ UNIT________________________________

GRADE _______________________ DUTY POSITION ___________________________

GONO-GO
1.Mounted the AN/PVS-4 on the M240B machine gun.
 a.Loosened the mounting knob located on the left side. _____ _____
 b.Placed the bar of the mount in a slot on the rail (made sure the mount did not hang over the edge of the rail). _____ _____
 c.Hand tightened the knob on the mount until two snaps were heard. _____ _____
 d.Confirmed zero. _____ _____
2.Placed the sight into operation.  
 a.Moved the ON-OFF/TUBE BRIGHTNESS control to the OFF position. _____ _____
 b.Moved the ON-OFF/RETICLE BRIGHTNESS control to the OFF position. _____ _____
 c.Installed the batteries. _____ _____
 d.Pressed eye against the eyeguard. _____ _____
 e.Moved the ON-OFF/TUBE BRIGHTNESS control to the ON position. _____ _____
 f.Adjusted the ON-OFF/TUBE BRIGHTNESS control, as needed. _____ _____
 g.Moved the ON-OFF/RETICLE BRIGHTNESS control to the ON position. _____ _____
 h.Adjusted the ON-OFF/RETICLE BRIGHTNESS control, as needed. _____ _____
 i.Turned the diopter focus ring until a clear image of the reticle was obtained. _____ _____
 j.Turned the objective focus ring until a clear field of view was obtained. _____ _____
3.Dismounted the AN/PVS-4 from an M60 machine gun.  
 a.Loosened the mounting knob located on the left side. _____ _____
 b.Tilted the sight to the right and lifted upwards to dismount the sight. _____ _____
4.Completed all performance measures within eight minutes. _____ _____

EVALUATOR'S NAME: ____________________________________________________

TEST DATE: _____________________________________________________________

OVERALL SCORE: GO/NO-GO

REMARKS: ______________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________


TEST ADMINISTRATIVE GUIDE
Station 8

TASK: Identify combat vehicles.
CONDITIONS: Given pictures or slide presentation of 30 combat vehicles at ranges between 500 and 1,200 meters, day or night environment.
STANDARDS: Within 11 minutes, the crew member must identify, by nomenclature, 27 of 30 combat vehicles, using day or night sights.

PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL:

PRETEST PREPARATION:

Make sure the pictures include the 20 from the required list, 10 from the optional list, and that at least 6 are viewed through a night sight (see Table A-1).

TEST PLANNING TIME:

Administrative:
Test:
Total:
5 minutes
11 minutes
16 minutes

INSTRUCTIONS TO EXAMINEE:

"At this station, you will be tested on your ability to identify combat vehicles. You must correctly identify 27 of 30 combat vehicles by nomenclature. You will have 12 seconds to view each vehicle and 10 seconds to write your answer on the performance checklist provided. Make sure you do not get out of sequence, or your answers will be incorrect. You have 11 minutes to complete this test. Do you understand these instructions? (Answer questions.) You may begin." (Start the time.)

If the examinee has not completed the task after 11 minutes, announce "STOP," loud enough for the examinee to hear.

REQUIRED VEHICLES
AMX40
Challenger
Leopard 2
M1 Abrams
Merkava
ZSU23-4
2S1
LAV-25
T62
T72
T72M1
T80
BMP1
BMP2
Bradley M2A2
BRDM2
BTR60PB
M113
Marder
Warrior
OPTIONAL VEHICLES
Main Battle Tanks
T64
T64A
T64B
T64K
T72 M84
Type 59
Type 62
Type 69
Type 79
Type 80
Type 90
Other Tanks
AMX13
AMX30
AMX30 SA
Centurion
Centurion 155
Centurion re
Chieftain
Leopard 1
M48A5
M551 Sheridan
M60A1
M60A3
PT76
PT76 Type 60
T80U
T34 Medium
T54
T55
T55K
Antitank Systems
ASU57
ASU85
AT1 Snapper
AT2 Swatter
AT3 Sagger
AT4 Spigot
AT5 Spandrel
AT6 Spiral
B10
PANHARD VCR HOT
ITV M901
Milan atgm
MT12
RPG2
RPG7
SPG9
SS11 Harpoon ATGM
Swingfire ATGM
Type 52 75-mm
Recoilless Rifle
Type 56 RPG-2
Type 70-1 62-mm
Rocket Launcher
Type 86
Artillery (Self-Propelled/Towed)
2S3
2S4
2S5
2S7
2S9
AL FAO 210-mm
Astros (MRL) 127-mm
Astros (MRL) 180-mm
Astros (MRL) 300-mm
BM21
CGT F1
Dana 152-mm (SP)
G-5 155-mm (towed)
G-6 155-mm (SP)
GCT 155-mm (SP)
GHN-45 155-mm (towed)
M107
M109A1
M109A2
M109A3
M109A6
M110A2
M1972 122-mm
M1973 152-mm
M1974 152-mm (SP)
M1975 130-mm (SP)
M1977 122-mm (SP)
M1978 170-mm (SP)
M1981 122-mm (SP)
M1985 MRL 122-mm (SP)
M1985 MRL 240-mm (SP)
M1989 170-mm
Majnoon 155-mm (SP)
MKF3
MLRS
Type 54-1 122-mm
Type 59 130-mm
Type 85 122-mm
Antiaircraft
AMX DCA 30-2
Chaparral
Gepard
M163A1 Vulcan
Roland
S60
ZPU4
2S6
ZSU57-2
ZU23
Self-Propelled Mortar
M106 107-mm
M125 81-mm
T54 160-mm
Type 85 82-mm
Type 85 120-mm
YW304 82-mm
YW381 120-mm
Miscellaneous
Artillery Command and Reconnaissance Vehicle AVLB
Fox, NBC
Reconnaissance
M728 CEV
M88A1
M9 ACE
PRP-3

Light Armor (APC/IFV/Reconnaissance)

AML
AMX10
AMX10P
AMX10RC
BMD1
BMD 1979/3
BMD2
BMP1K
BMP1KSH
Bradley M2
Bradley M2A1
Bradley M3
Bradley M3A1
Bradley M3A2
BRDM1
BRDM2
AT3BRM2 AT5
BRDM2 RKH
BRDM2 SA9
BRDM2 U
BRM
BRM 1
BTR152
BTR152K
BTR50PK
BTR60PA Cmd
BTR70
BTR80
BTRD
Charrua
Condor
Cougar EE-9
Cascavel
EE-11
FOX
FV432
IPR
IRM
Jaquar 1
Jaquar 2
Luchs
M113A3
M3 APC (Fr)
MCT (S)
Ferret MK1
Ferret MK2
MTLB
NFV-1NVH-1
OT64
OT65
PSZH-IV
Ratel
Rooikat
Saxon
Scimitar
Scorpion
Striker
VAB
WZ523
WZ551
YW531
YW534

Table A-1. Combat Vehicle Slides.


PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST FOR STATION 8
Identify Combat Vehicles

NAME ______________________________ UNIT________________________________

GRADE _______________________ DUTY POSITION ___________________________

1. ______________________________ 16. _______________________________

2. ______________________________ 17. _______________________________

3. ______________________________ 18. _______________________________

4. ______________________________ 19. _______________________________

5. ______________________________ 20. _______________________________

6. ______________________________ 21. _______________________________

7. ______________________________ 22. _______________________________

8. ______________________________ 23. _______________________________

9. ______________________________ 24. _______________________________

10. _____________________________ 25. _______________________________

11. _____________________________ 26. _______________________________

12. _____________________________ 27. _______________________________

13. _____________________________ 28. _______________________________

14. _____________________________ 29. _______________________________

15. _____________________________ 30. _______________________________

EVALUATOR'S NAME: ____________________________________________________

TEST DATE: _____________________________________________________________

OVERALL SCORE: GO/NO-GO

REMARKS: ______________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________


GUNNERY SKILLS TEST
Overall Scoresheet

NAME ______________________________ UNIT________________________________

GRADE _______________________ DUTY POSITION ___________________________

 TASKGONO-GO
1.Clear, disassemble (field strip), assemble, perform a function check, load, and perform immediate action on an M60 machine gun. _____ _____
1A.Clear, disassemble (field strip), assemble, perform a function check, load, and perform immediate action on an M240B machine gun. _____ _____
2.Clear, disassemble (field strip), assemble, set headspace and timing, perform a function check, load, and perform immediate action on an M2 HB machine gun. _____ _____
3.Clear, disassemble (field strip), assemble, perform a function check, load, and perform immediate action on a MK 19 machine gun. _____ _____
4.Prepare a sector sketch, and engage targets using the sector sketch data. _____ _____
5.Mount, place into operation, and dismount the AN/TVS-5 night-vision sight (using the M2 HB machine gun). _____ _____
6.Mount, place into operation, and dismount the AN/TVS-5 night-vision sight (using the MK 19 machine gun). _____ _____
7.Mount, place into operation, and dismount the AN/PVS-4 night-vision sight (using the M60 machine gun). _____ _____
7A.Mount, place into operation, and dismount the AN/PVS-4 night-vision sight (using the M240B machine gun). _____ _____
8.Identify combat vehicles. _____ _____

EVALUATOR'S NAME: ____________________________________________________

TEST DATE: _____________________________________________________________

OVERALL SCORE: GO/NO-GO

REMARKS: ______________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________