Section Vi Field Fire Range

When soldiers receive adequate training before field firing, they gain confidence in their ability to hit targets. When hit-and-miss information is available, soldiers develop techniques for observing their sector of fire, for engaging targets rapidly, and for engaging multiple targets — all preparing them for practice on the record fire course. Field firing should be scheduled to follow downrange feedback or known-distance firing, or other suitable training that assures soldiers they have developed adequate firing skills.

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