Table E Practice and qualification tables

b. Gunnery Exercises. Gunnery exercises allow individual gun crews to practice firing the MK 19 while performing other tasks such as mounting the gun and preparing range cards. They also allow multiple gun crews to coordinate their fires while engaging targets. Table E-1 outlines each of the seven exercises. Based on their unit's training needs and the resources available, commanders must decide on the number and type of gunnery exercises to include in their annual training program.

Table

Exercise

Number of Guns

Number of Rounds

I-1

Instructional Fire Exercise

1

26 rounds

I-2

Dismounted Range Card Exercise

1

42 rounds

I-3

Mounted Combat Exercise

1

26 rounds

I-4

Night Fire Exercise

1

22 rounds

I-5

Linear and Deep Targets

2 to 4

80 rounds per gun

I-6

Linear Targets with Depth

2 to 4

40 rounds per gun

I-7

Area Targets

4 to 6

80 rounds per gun

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