Fighting Forces Reserve Components

These forces consist of military police, engineer, and infantry units of the reserve components. Gunners for these forces must maintain a level of proficiency higher than that of the active support forces. At the same time, limited time and range resources must be considered. Gunners of these forces conduct sustainment on the trainer at least quarterly. Live fires consist of annual qualification and a unit level LFX. These forces are allocated 192 or 118 rounds each year for live fire and qualification.

a. Every quarter the unit conducts preliminary marksmanship instruction and crew drills. The Gunnery Skills Test is also conducted.

b. There is no additional training during the first quarter.

c. There is no additional training during the second quarter.

d. During the third quarter, annual gunner practice qualification and qualification exercises are performed. See Table E-1 for the correct tables to use. Once every two years, the assistant gunner fires familiarization (with a zeroed gun) using Tables I and III (see table E-1). Unit LFXs are performed (see Tables I-5 through I-7).

e. There is no additional training during the fourth quarter only.

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