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16. Colored helmets for control personnel.

17. Safety paddles and vehicle flag sets or lights.

18. Ambulance or designated vehicle.

19. Earplugs.

20. Water for drinking and cleaning.

21. Scorecards.

22. Master score sheet.

23. Armorers' tools and cleaning equipment for weapons.

24. Brooms, shovels, and other cleaning supplies and equipment.

25. Tables and chairs, if needed.

26. Target accessories.

27. Fire extinguishers.

28. Tarp, stakes, and rope to cover the ammunition.

29. Toilet paper

30. Spare weapons and repair parts as needed.

31. Tow bar and slave cables for vehicles.

32. Fuel and oil for vehicles and target mechanisms.

Section 5 — Determine Available Resources-

1. Fill personnel spaces.

2. Keep unit integrity.

3. Utilize NCOs.

4. Effect coordination with supporting organizations:

• Transportation.

• Other equipment.

Section 6—Foolproof! ng--

1. Write an overall lesson plan for the range.

2. Organize a plan for firing:

• Determine range organization.

• Outline courses of fire to be used.

• Have fire commands typed for use on range.

• Set rotation of stations.

3. Rehearse concurrent training instructors and assistants.

4. Brief RATELO on unique range control radio procedures.

5. Brief and rehearse reporting NCO on range operation and all his duties.

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