Intermediate Training Objective Clear the MK

CONDITIONS: The gunner is given an M3 tripod-mounted weapon in a designated location and 10 rounds of linked 40-mm ammunition (dummy).

STANDARDS: The gunner must clear the MK 19.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

GO

NO-GO

2. Lock the bolt to the rear.

3. Remove the live round or spent case from the bolt face.

4. Catch the live round as it falls out.

5. Open the top cover.

6. Remove the rounds from the feeder.

8. Ride the bolt forward.

10. Move the feed slide assembly to the left.

11. Close the top cover.

Intermediate Training Objective 2: Load the MK 19.

CONDITIONS: The gunner is given an M3 tripod-mounted weapon in a designated location and 10 rounds of linked 40-mm ammunition (dummy).

STANDARDS: The gunner must load the weapon.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

GO

NO-GO

1.

Place the weapon on S (SAFE).

2.

Ride the bolt forward.

3.

Return the charger assemblies to the original upright position.

4.

Open the top cover.

5.

Slide the rounds, female link first, through the feed throat.

6.

Insert the first round into the feeder and across the first pawl.

8.

Move the feed slide assembly to the left. Close the top cover.

9.

Charge the weapon.

10.

Lock the charger handles forward.

11.

Move the safety to F (FIRE).

12.

Press the trigger (bolt goes forward).

13.

Move the safety to S (SAFE).

14.

Charge the weapon (live round on bolt face).

15.

Lock the charger handles forward.

Intermediate Training Objective 3: Correct malfunctions.

CONDITIONS: The gunner is given an M3 tripod-mounted weapon in a designated location, 10 rounds of linked 40-mm ammunition (dummy), and a simulated stoppage.

STANDARDS: The gunner must correct the malfunction.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

GO

NO-GO

1. In a training situation, wait ten seconds after any stoppage.

2. Charge the weapon and try to fire.

3. If the weapon fails to fire, recharge and try to fire. If the weapon fails to fire (or when told that the gun did not fire) after the second attempt, take remedial action:

4. Unload and clear the weapon.

5. Inspect the weapon and ammunition and try to find the cause of the stoppage.

6. If possible, correct the cause of the stoppage, reload, and try to fire the weapon.

Intermediate Training Objective 4: Stop a runaway gun.

CONDITIONS: The gunner is given an M3 tripod-mounted weapon in a designated location, ten rounds of linked 40-mm ammunition (dummy), and a simulated runaway gun.

STANDARDS: The gunner must stop the runaway gun.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

GO

NO-GO

Lower one of the charging handles.

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