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Unformatted text preview: , deployment, and conduct; raid force disengagement and withdrawal; ambush characteristics, definition, and objectives; ambush site selection; ambush force Night Total PE 14 10 24 (20) 6 4 10 (7) 26 9 35 (31) 26 44 70 (60) Figure C-1. Sample master training plan for 30-day leadership course 30 November 2010 TC 18-01 C-1 Appendix C Master Training Program, 30-Day Leadership Course (continued) Subject Small-Unit Tactics, Raids, Patrols, and Ambushes (Day and Night) (continued) Hours Scope organization; ambush operation phases; planning, preparation, movement, deployment, execution, disengagement, and withdrawal of ambush forces. Trainers cover all subjects for day and night. U.S. and Foreign Weapons Intelligence Air Operations Day Squad Tests Platoon Tests Total PE 26 9 35 (31) 26 44 70 (60) 28 10 38 (32) 21 8 29 (24) 23 42 210 16 24 39 66 (37) (63) 140 350 (304) Carbine M1 submachine gun, automatic rifle, pistol, .45-caliber machine guns, and foreign weapons. Training includes care and cleaning, loading, aiming, stoppages, and range firing. Trainers familiarize trainees with all weapons, as well as day and night firing Security measures, information gathering and reporting, captured documents and materiel, prisoner handling and interrogation, and counterintelligence procedures. DZ establishment, DZ marking and identification, DZ security, and transport and reception of supplies and equipment. Nonelectric and electric firing systems, charge placement and calculation, rail and bridge destruction, booby traps, and expedient devices. Review and exercise covering all instructions. Review and exercise covering all instruction. Demolitions Night Total Hours in Master Program Notes: 1. Trainers will use the maximum number of trained, indigenous personnel to assist in training others. Trainers should identify potential indigenous cadre and leaders. In addition, trainers must identify personnel with substandard leadership ability, knowledge, skill, or desire. 2. Whenever possible...
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