Pocket book soldier. Chapter 1: Field training. Part 3

Pocket book soldier. Chapter 1: Field training. Part 3

We have talked about the structure of the battalion. He spent the time of his work. It will be a matter of course.

Patrol

Patrols can be compared with the Guides.

“In the military, patrolling is the basis of success. Not only does it give it a chance. “

The Assault Brigade

Patrol missions

Receiving the information

Knowledge is power and success. But you can’t find out what you’re looking for.

Territory control

The movement of peace of mind of the enemy,

Destruction and destruction

The patrols of the patrols can be hacked and fear incompatible.

Principles: mutual support – comprehensive protection – cunning – interaction.

Types of patrols

Patrols generally fall into the following varieties: reconnaissance, static, combat.

EDUCATIONAL PATROL it has a duration of one day. Usually consists of a platoon commander and 3-5 soldiers, depending on the task. It is not a carryout for long-term skirmishes.

Pocket book soldier. Chapter 1: Field training. Part 3

  • Preparation for battle
  • Response to fire to defeat
  • Detection of the enemy
  • Suppression of the enemy
  • Attack
  • Regrouping
  • In the Army (British – approx. Transl.). When it comes to assault PAWPERSORtrPACESSDO.

    Section 1 order combat – Battle preparation (PAWPERSO)

    PProtectionProtectionMake sure that you are a guard, and that you can post posts on display.
    AAmmunitionAmmunitionMake sure that the ammunition is prepared as spare.
    WWeaponsArmamentCleaned, sights adjusted.
    PPersonal camDisguisePartners test each other.
    EEquipmentEquipmentChecked, tested and fastened.
    RRadiosRadioChecks are carried out.
    SSpecialist EqpmentSpecial equipmentLadders, crowbar.
    OOrdersOrdersWhere and when.

    Section 2 battlefield order – Response to fire (RTR)

    RTR: Return Fire – Take Cover – Return Appropriate

    Pocket book soldier. Chapter 1: Field training. Part 3

    4x SUSAT optical scope

    OPEN RESPONSE FIRE (Return Fire): If you are looking for emergency sights, it can be seen. Trans.). A trained soldier spends 3-4 seconds of shooting a shot at an optical sight. It is your choice.

    TAKE A COVER (Take Cover): “Where do I take shelter?” Bend your head and be alert. If you have nowhere to hide, then you need it.

    Pocket book soldier. Chapter 1: Field training. Part 3OPEN CONCENTRATED FIRE (Return Appropriate): It’s time to win the shootout. Take care of ammunition. If you have 168 cartridges Each cartridge in the case, butt at the shoulder.

    Order of the fight section number 3 – Detection of the enemy

    It can be even more difficult to detect it. The initiative will be lost. There are no limits on how much you can do.

    MONITORING: looking for shelters, where you’re looking for a smoke

    SHOOTING: at the enemy’s watch shelter

    MOTION: follow the movement of the enemy. He will not refrain from leaning out and aiming. Meanwhile, to determine his position.

    Pocket book soldier. Chapter 1: Field training. Part 3

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