Loudspeakers are placed downrange to allow firers at the 175-meter and 300-meter lines to hear the tower operator's instructions as firers move to the targets. After placing target spotters in the bullet holes, soldiers wait for an evaluation of their performance. The tower operator is also in a position to assess the effects of wind, which should be told to firers.

With these changes and the use of the downrange feedback targets, an effective training period can be conducted. A tower operator and one instructor/trainer for each five firing points are needed to operate the range.

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