expecting to see the strike of the bullet in the ground. With this information, the coach can instruct the soldier on where to aim or how to adjust his point of aim to hit the target.

Live-fire training can be organized in several ways. A unit is divided into two or more firing orders based on the number of personnel to be trained. The first order is the firer, the second order is the coach, and (if required), the third order is scorers. At the conclusion of each exercise, positions rotate until all orders are complete.

Standard field-fire scenarios have been developed to provide several target exposures. Although they are recommended for initial training, any variety of more challenging target sequences can be developed by local commanders. Ammunition is allocated based on one round for each target exposure.

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