Preparation Of Fighting Positions

Fighting Positions Army

The enemy must not learn the true location of the Dragon. Clearing away loose debris behind the launcher, wetting down the backblast area, and covering the ground with shelter halves reduces the Dragon's launch signature backblast . To prevent detection, soldiers move only in and around the position. As long it can see the target clearly, the unit can use indirect fires HE, smoke, and WP and small-arms weapons to distract the enemy. Other deception measures include preparing partly visible...

Preparation For Firing

Proef Met Water

Improper or careless handling of the round can damage its components and cause the missile to malfunction when launched. If there is any reason to believe the missile has been damaged, the round must be returned to the responsible ammunition personnel for inspection and disposition. Before using the nightsight, the gunner must conduct a preoperational check IAW TM 9-1425-484-10. a. Releasing the Bipod. Unsnap the bipod-retaining strap (A, Figure 2-2, page 2-3). Push the bipod forward until you...