Before beginning live-fire exercises, all personnel must receive an orientation on range operations. The orientation should outline the procedures for conducting the exercise to include the duties of the non firing orders. Scorers maintain the score of the firer. They may assist the firers by indicating the impact of the bullet in relation to the target -for example, short, right or high, left.
Regardless of unit size, soldiers are organized into four orders: one firing, one coaching, and two pulling targets. One order may be shifted from pulling targets to concurrent training. However, if a unit must use five or more orders due to range limitations, concurrent training must be conducted to effectively use waiting periods; no more than two orders should be sent to pull targets,
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