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UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS SCHOOL OF INFANTRY - EAST AND WEST TRAINING COMMAND CAMP LEJEUNE, NORTH CAROLINA 28542-0161 CAMP PENDELTON, CALIFORNIA 92055-5101 STUDENT OUTLINE CALL FOR FIRE SSC0207 07/07/2015 LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR THIS LESSON a. TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES . (1) Given a map, compass, protractor, target, and a radio with frequency, call for indirect fire using the grid method to achieve effective fire on target within three adjustments. (0300-FSPT-2002) (2) Given a map, compass, protractor, target, and a radio with frequency, call for indirect fire using the polar method to achieve effective fire on target within three adjustments. (0300-FSPT-2003) (3) Given a map, compass, protractor, target, and a radio with frequency, call for indirect fire using the shift from a known point method to achieve effective fire on target within three adjustments. (0300-FSPT-2004) b. ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVES . (1) Given a list choices, identify what a call for fire is in accordance with the MCWP 3-16.6. (0300-FSPT-2002a)
(2) Given a pen and paper, identify the characteristics of method of engagement in accordance with MCWP 3-16.6. (0300- FSPT-2002b) (3) Given a list of choices, identify the characteristics of mortar ammunition in accordance with MCWP 3-16.6. (0300-FSPT- 2002c) (4) Given a list of choices, identify the adjustment factors used in calling for fire in accordance with MCWP 3-16.6. (0300-FSPT-2002d) (5) Given a list of choices, identify end of mission information in accordance with MCWP 3-16.6. (0300-FSPT-2002e) (6) Given a tactical scenario, military map, compass, and protractor, determine observer to target direction in accordance with MCWP 3-16.6. (0300-FSPT-2003a) (7) Given a tactical scenario, military map, compass, and protractor, determine vertical interval between the observer and the target in accordance with MCWP 3-16.6. (0300-FSPT-2003b) (8) Given a tactical scenario, military map, compass, and protractor, determine the observer to target factor in accordance with MCWP 3-16.6. (0300-FSPT-2003c) (9) Given a tactical scenario, military map, compass, and protractor, determine target elevation in accordance with MCWP 3- 16.6. (0300-FSPT-2004a) (10) Given a tactical scenario, military map, compass, and protractor, determine range correction in accordance with MCWP 3-16.6. (0300-FSPT-2004b) (11) Given a tactical scenario, military map, compass, and protractor, determine deviation correction in accordance with MCWP 3-16.6. (0300-FSPT-2004c) (12) Given a tactical scenario, military map, compass, and protractor, determine height of burst correction in accordance with MCWP 3-16.6. (0300-FSPT-2004d) STUDENT INFORMATION OVERVIEW : The purpose of this period of instruction is to give you basic knowledge of how to call for fire and adjust rounds 2
onto the target. I will do this by covering the elements of the call for fire, observer identification and warning order, target location, target description, method of engagement, and method of fire and control, call for fire for suppressive fires, message to observer, direction (grid, method of target location), authentication, report upon firing, correction of errors, map reading and acquiring direction, determining angular deviation,

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