And qualification popup targets

i. Night Practice and Night Qualification Firing Exercises (Figures 4-29 and 4-30). Table II contains the tables for night practice and night qualification for hull targets using the AN/PEQ-2A, AN/PAS-13, or the AN/TVS-5 NVDs. Table IV contains the tables for night practice and night qualification with pop-up targets or hull targets without using NVDs. Other than a 30 second difference in the engagement times for each task, the practice and the qualification tables are the same. It is held twice a year, or as often as the commander feels is needed to maintain gunner proficiency.

(1) The night practice firing exercise allows the gunner to fire on a range engaging hull or pop-up targets to test his skills before qualification firing.

(2) The qualification exercise tests skills practiced during night firing exercise. It is scored on time taken and target hits made based on the firing tables.

(3) The grader selects the correct scorecard (Table II for hull targets using the NVDs listed on the scorecard, or Table IV for pop-up targets or hull targets without a NVD) and enters the gunner's name, rank, and unit in blocks "1" through "3." He also fills in blocks "4" through "7" with the range name, the firing lane, his name, and the date. He also checks the appropriate NVD in block "8" (Table II only).

(4) The grader positions himself so that he can observe both the gunner and the target. Once live fire commences, he:

• Observes and informs the gunner the strike of each round.

• Observes and records a GO or NO GO for each task.

(5) At the end of the practice, the grader sums the total of GO/NO GOs in the "Totals" block , checks the appropriate qualification in block "9," has the gunner sign the scorecard in block "10," and signs the card in block "11."

(6) During the qualification phase, the grader repeats the steps above by filling in the appropriate blocks, summing the scores, and assigning the correct qualification.

(7) The grader can use the back of the form or the comment section to enter remarks such as the operation of the gun, condition of the targets, and weather conditions to name a few.

MK 19, 40-mm GRENADE MACHINE GUN, MOD 3 FIRING TABLE II NIGHT PRACTICE AND QUALIFICATION WITH HULL TARGETS SCORECARD

For use of this form, see FM 3-22.27; the proponent agency is TRADOC.

PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT AUTHORITY: 10 USC 3012(g]/Executive order 9397 PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: To aid individual training on targets at various ranges. ROUTINE USES: To evaluate Individual proficiency.

DISCLOSURE: Voluntary. However, mass rating and recording require some tracking method.

NOTE: Use these tables if the targets being used are hulls, and any of the following applies: AN/PEQ-2A mounted on the TWS mounting bracket. AN/PAS-13 mounted on the TWS mounting bracket.

AN/TVS-5 with the 3d generation tube mounted on the TWS mounting bracket.

1a. LAST NAME

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TABLE II (A). DISMOUNTED AND MOUNTED NIGHT PRACTICE

4. RANGE

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2. S£P

(Meters)

(Minutes)

ENGAGEMENT STANDARDS

GO

NO GO

ZERO

400

4

NA

2 ROUNDS HIT

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2

1,100 ( + /- 200)

8

2.5

2 ROUNDS HIT

3

1,500 ( + /- 200)

10

3.5

2 ROUNDS HIT

4

600 ( + /- 100)

6

2

2 ROUNDS HIT

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5

800 ( + /- 100)

6

■ 2

2 ROUNDS HIT

6

400

4

1.5

2 ROUNDS HIT

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MULTIPLE TARGETS

7

1,100 ( + /- 200) 600 1 + /- 100)

10

4

1 ROUND HIT 1 ROUND HIT

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9

800 ( + /- 100) 1,500 ( + /- 200)

14

4.5

1 ROUND HIT 1 ROUND HIT

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10

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TOTALS

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TABLE II (B). DISMOUNTED AND MOUNTED NIGHT QUALIFICATION

12. RANGE

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TASK

RANGE (Meters)

AMMO

TIME (Minutes)

ENGAGEMENT STANDARDS

GO

NO GO

ZERO

400

4

NA

2 ROUNDS HIT

/

2

1,100 ( + /- 200)

8

2

2 ROUNDS HIT

1/

3

1,500 ( + /- 200)

10

3

2 ROUNDS HIT

4

600 ( + /- 100)

6

1.5

2 ROUNDS HIT

1/

5

800 ( + /- 100)

6

1.5

2 ROUNDS HIT

6

400

4

1

2 ROUNDS HIT

MULTIPLE TARGETS

7

1,100 ( + /- 200) 600 ( + /- 100)

10

3.5

1 ROUND HIT 1 ROUND HIT

v/

8

1/

9

800 ( + /- 100) 1,500 ( + /- 200)

14

4

1 ROUND HIT 1 ROUND HIT

10

TOTALS

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16. TYPE DEVICE (Choose One) QAN/PEQ-2A I AN/PAS-13 (71 AN/TVS-5

7.

DUMBER OF ENGAGEMENT 10 - EXPERT 9 - SHARPSHOOTER

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T (Choose One) 8-7 - MARKSMAN 6 AND BELOW - UNQUALIFIED

18. GUNNER'S SIGNATURE .

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19. GRADER'S SIGNATURE

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DA FORM 7519-R, AUG 2003

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