and linear targets with depth, with guns in pairs and single guns (chap 7).
b. At the end of the instruction, the unit is organized into three equal groups. Two of the groups move to concurrent training stations as discussed in paragraph 1 i8b and receive instruction on the preparation and use of a range card and assault firing.
r. The third group remains at the firing line and is organized into equal groups. The number of groups will depend on the number of firing lanes available. Ideally five lanes are used. A lane NCO is placed in charge of each group.
d. Upon arriving at the lane the gunners are given a brief orientation by the lane NCO con cerning the targets to be engaged, safety limits for tiring, and the method of rotation for firing. The lane NCO assigns each man a number to facilitate control. On each lane there is a critique chart (fig 163), and two machineguns. These gurts are tripod mounted.
The gunners target their weapons and engage targets using the technique of direct lay. During the engagement of targets, some of the individuals will be called upon to act as squad leaders applying the various methods of fire control. Each gunner fires 130 rounds as prescribed in figure 164. Gunners should engage targets firing as a single gunner before engaging targets firing as one of a
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