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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 FINAL FIRING POSITION SSC0117 07/07/2015 LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR THIS LESSON a. TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE . (1) Given a mission, maneuver area, weapon, ammunition, observers, and mission essential equipment, conduct individual actions in movement to the Final Firing Position (FFP) to obtain positive identification and eliminate the targets without being detected. (0317-PAT-2006) (2) Given a mission, a maneuver area, weapons, ammunition, observers, and mission essential equipment, conduct individual actions in a final firing position (FFP) to obtain positive identification and eliminate the targets without being detected. (0317-PAT-2005) b. ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVES . (1) Given a mission, a maneuver area, weapons, ammunition, observers, and mission essential equipment, improve a Final Firing Position (FFP) to obtain positive identification and eliminate the targets without being detected. (0317-PAT-2005a) (2) Given a mission, a maneuver area, weapons, ammunition, observers, and mission essential equipment, engage
targets from a Final Firing Position (FFP) to obtain positive identification and eliminate the targets without being detected. (0317-PAT-2005b) (3) Given a mission, a maneuver area, weapons, ammunition, observers, and mission essential equipment, withdrawal from a Final Firing Position (FFP) without being detected. (0317-PAT-2005c) (4) Given a mission, maneuver area, weapon, ammunition, observers and mission essential equipment, select a route to the Final Firing Position (FFP) to obtain positive identification and eliminate the targets without being detected. (0317-PAT-2006a) (5) Given a mission, maneuver area, weapon, ammunition, observers and mission essential equipment, employ individual movement techniques to the Final Firing Position (FFP) to obtain positive identification and eliminate the targets without being detected. (0317-PAT-2006b) (6) Given a mission, maneuver area, weapon, ammunition, observers and mission essential equipment, select a Final Firing Position (FFP) to obtain positive identification and eliminate the targets without being detected. (0317-PAT-2006c) STUDENT INFORMATION OVERVIEW : The purpose of this period of instruction is to familiarize you with knowledge required to stalk to an objective, locate, identify, and engage a target, and then withdraw undetected. I will do this by covering stalk planning, route selection, guidelines for avoiding detection, movement techniques, selection and occupation of positions, actions in position, and egress from a position. CLASS PREPARATION : Read this handout prior to class. OUTLINE : 1. STALK PLANNING . a. Depending on the mission, a sniper team may be following a route given to them by the Supported Unit Commander (SUC) or they may be able to select their own route. The sniper should plan a route that enables him to remain undetected. Some factors affecting this include: 2
(1) Mission.

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