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Must score 7 of 10 points (Figure 9-10). 9-30
FM 23-10 DAY 4 TASK 1: Quality on Qualification Table No. 1. CONDITIONS: Given a sniper weapon, M49 observation telescope, a suitable firing range, Qualification Table No. 1 scorecard, and 40 rounds of 7.62-mm special ball (Ml 18) ammunition. STANDARDS: Engage targets from 200 to 700 meters, achieving a minimum of 140 points. TASK 2: Engage targets in MOPP. CONDITIONS: During daylight, given a sniper weapon, suitable firing range, MOPP suit, complete M25-series protective mask, M49 observation telescope, and 30 rounds of 7.62-mm special ball (M118) ammunition. STANDARDS: While in MOPP, engage targets at 300 to 800 meters, achieving a minimum of 105 points. TASK 3: Participate in a concealed movement exercise. CONDITIONS: Given a sniper weapon, ghillie suit, two 7.62-mm blank rounds of ammunition, and a suitable area 1,000 meters long that is observable. STANDARDS: Within 4 hours, move 600 to 800 meters; without being detected, occupy a position, identify, and fire two blank rounds at an enemy target who is equipped with binoculars and an M49 observation telescope. Must score 7 of 10 points (Figure 9-11). 9-31
FM 23-10 DAY 5 TASK 1: Qualify on Qualification Table No. 2. CONDITIONS: Given a sniper weapon, M49 observation telescope, a suitable firing range, Qualification Table No. 2 scorecard, and 40 rounds of 7.62-mm special ball (Ml18) ammunition. STANDARDS: Engage targets at 300 to 900 meters, achieving a minimum of 140 points. TASK 2: Call for fire. CONDITIONS: Given a review of call-for-fire procedures, two AN/PRC-77 radios, and a fire mission. 9-32
FM 23-10 STANDARDS: Transmit the fire mission using proper radio procedures and the elements of the call-for-fire mission in sequence: 1. Observer identification. 2. Warning order. 3. Target location. 4. Target description. 5. Method of engagement (optional). 6. Method of fire and control (optional). TASK 3: Locate target by grid coordinates. CONDITIONS: Given a review of locating targets using the grid-coordinate method, a map of the target area, binoculars, compass, and a target. STANDARDS: Determine and announce the six-digit coordinates of the target (within a 250-meter tolerance) within 30 seconds. TASK 4: Locate a target by polar plot. CONDITIONS: Given a review of target locating using the polar-plot method, a map of the target area, binoculars, a compass, and a target. STANDARDS: Locate the target within 250 meters of the actual location. Announce the target location within 30 seconds after identification. Express direction to the nearest 10 roils and within 100 mils of actual direction. Express distance to the nearest 100 meters. TASK 5: Locate target by shift from a known point. CONDITIONS: Given a review of locating targets using the shift from a known-point method, a map of the target area, binoculars, a compass, a known point, and a target. STANDARDS: Locate the target within 250 meters of the actual location and announce the target location within 30 seconds after identification.

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