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Special Forces Sniper Training and Employment


Special Forces Sniper Training and Employment



Special Forces Sniper Training and Employment

This field manual (FM) provides doctrinal guidance on the mission, personnel,
organization, equipment, training, skills, and employment of the Special Forces
(SF) sniper. It describes those segments of sniping that are unique to SF soldiers and those portions of conventional sniping that are necessary to train indigenous forces. It is intended for use by commanders, staffs, instructors, and soldiers at training posts, United States (U.S.) Army schools, and units.

Take a look at the sample for this book and for details about downloading 500 free US military manuals as a thank you for taking the time to look at our book.

FM 3-05.222 (formerly TC 31-32) addresses three distinct audiences:
• Commanders. It provides specific guidance on the nature, role, candidate
selection, organization, and employment of sniper personnel.
• Trainers. It provides a reference for developing training programs.
• Snipers. It contains detailed information on the fundamental knowledge,
skills, and employment methods of snipers throughout the entire
operational continuum.

The most common measurements that the sniper uses are expressed throughout the text and in many cases are U.S. standard terms rather than metric. Appendix A consists of conversion tables that may be used when mission requirements or environments change.

PREFACE iv
Chapter 1 THE SPECIAL FORCES SNIPER 1-1
Mission 1-1
Selection of Personnel 1-1
Qualifications of SOTIC Graduates. 1-5
The Sniper Team. 1-5
Sniper Team Organization 1-6
Sniper Training 1-6
Chapter 2 EQUIPMENT. 2-1
Sniper Weapon System. 2-1
Telescopic Sights 2-6
Leupold and Stevens M3A Telescope. 2-7
Ammunition . 2-10
Observation Devices . 2-13
Sniper Team Equipment 2-29
Care and Cleaning of the Sniper Weapon System . 2-33
Troubleshooting the Sniper Weapon System 2-41
Chapter 3 MARKSMANSHIP TRAINING.3-1
Firing Positions 3-1
Team Firing Techniques 3-17
Sighting and Aiming .3-19
Breath Control3-28
Trigger Control .3-29
The Integrated Act of Firing One Round3-31
Detection and Correction of Errors 3-34
Application of Fire 3-37
Ballistics .3-40
Sniper Data Book.3-48
Zeroing the Rifle.3-51
Environmental Effects3-59
Slope Firing3-66
Hold-Off3-69
Engagement of Moving Targets.3-72
Common Errors With Moving Targets .3-76
Engagement of Snap Targets3-76
Firing Through Obstacles and Barriers3-77
Cold Bore First-Shot Hit .3-78
Limited Visibility Firing3-78
Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Firing .3-79
Chapter 4 FIELD SKILLS.4-1
Camouflage4-1
Cover and Concealment 4-10
Individual and Team Movement.4-12
Tracking and Countertracking4-25
Observation and Target Detection.4-43
Range Estimation.4-57
Selection and Preparation of Hides .4-67
Sniper Range Card, Observation Log, and Military Sketch .4-80
KIM Games4-91
Chapter 5 EMPLOYMENT .5-1
Methods .5-1
Planning .5-2
Organization.5-5
Command and Control 5-7
Target Analysis 5-10
Mission Planning . 5-14
Sniper Support in Special Operations Missions and Collateral Activities 5-18
Countersniper 5-30
Conventional Offensive Operations. 5-32
Conventional Defensive Operations 5-35
Civil Disturbance Assistance . 5-37
Chapter 6 SNIPER OPERATIONS IN URBAN TERRAIN. 6-1
Urban Terrain 6-1
Sniper Support in Urban Operations . 6-9
Urban Hides 6-14
Weapons Characteristics in Urban Terrain . 6-23
Engagement Techniques 6-24
Appendix A WEIGHTS, MEASURES, AND CONVERSION TABLES.A-1
Appendix B MISSION-ESSENTIAL TASKS LISTB-1
Appendix C SUSTAINMENT PROGRAM.C-1
Appendix D MISSION PACKING LIST.D-1
Appendix E M82A1 CALIBER .50 SNIPER WEAPON SYSTEM.E-1
Appendix F FOREIGN/NONSTANDARD SNIPER WEAPON SYSTEMS DATA F-1
Appendix G SNIPER RIFLE TELESCOPES . G-1
Appendix H BALLISTICS CHARTH-1
Appendix I SNIPER TRAINING EXERCISES I-1
Appendix J RANGE ESTIMATION TABLE . J-1
Appendix K SNIPER’S LOGBOOK K-1

Special Forces Sniper Training and Employment

This field manual (FM) provides doctrinal guidance on the mission, personnel,
organization, equipment, training, skills, and employment of the Special Forces
(SF) sniper. It describes those segments of sniping that are unique to SF soldiers and those portions of conventional sniping that are necessary to train indigenous forces. It is intended for use by commanders, staffs, instructors, and soldiers at training posts, United States (U.S.) Army schools, and units.

Take a look at the sample for this book and for details about downloading 500 free US military manuals as a thank you for taking the time to look at our book.

FM 3-05.222 (formerly TC 31-32) addresses three distinct audiences:
• Commanders. It provides specific guidance on the nature, role, candidate
selection, organization, and employment of sniper personnel.
• Trainers. It provides a reference for developing training programs.
• Snipers. It contains detailed information on the fundamental knowledge,
skills, and employment methods of snipers throughout the entire
operational continuum.

The most common measurements that the sniper uses are expressed throughout the text and in many cases are U.S. standard terms rather than metric. Appendix A consists of conversion tables that may be used when mission requirements or environments change.

PREFACE iv
Chapter 1 THE SPECIAL FORCES SNIPER 1-1
Mission 1-1
Selection of Personnel 1-1
Qualifications of SOTIC Graduates. 1-5
The Sniper Team. 1-5
Sniper Team Organization 1-6
Sniper Training 1-6
Chapter 2 EQUIPMENT. 2-1
Sniper Weapon System. 2-1
Telescopic Sights 2-6
Leupold and Stevens M3A Telescope. 2-7
Ammunition . 2-10
Observation Devices . 2-13
Sniper Team Equipment 2-29
Care and Cleaning of the Sniper Weapon System . 2-33
Troubleshooting the Sniper Weapon System 2-41
Chapter 3 MARKSMANSHIP TRAINING.3-1
Firing Positions 3-1
Team Firing Techniques 3-17
Sighting and Aiming .3-19
Breath Control3-28
Trigger Control .3-29
The Integrated Act of Firing One Round3-31
Detection and Correction of Errors 3-34
Application of Fire 3-37
Ballistics .3-40
Sniper Data Book.3-48
Zeroing the Rifle.3-51
Environmental Effects3-59
Slope Firing3-66
Hold-Off3-69
Engagement of Moving Targets.3-72
Common Errors With Moving Targets .3-76
Engagement of Snap Targets3-76
Firing Through Obstacles and Barriers3-77
Cold Bore First-Shot Hit .3-78
Limited Visibility Firing3-78
Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Firing .3-79
Chapter 4 FIELD SKILLS.4-1
Camouflage4-1
Cover and Concealment 4-10
Individual and Team Movement.4-12
Tracking and Countertracking4-25
Observation and Target Detection.4-43
Range Estimation.4-57
Selection and Preparation of Hides .4-67
Sniper Range Card, Observation Log, and Military Sketch .4-80
KIM Games4-91
Chapter 5 EMPLOYMENT .5-1
Methods .5-1
Planning .5-2
Organization.5-5
Command and Control 5-7
Target Analysis 5-10
Mission Planning . 5-14
Sniper Support in Special Operations Missions and Collateral Activities 5-18
Countersniper 5-30
Conventional Offensive Operations. 5-32
Conventional Defensive Operations 5-35
Civil Disturbance Assistance . 5-37
Chapter 6 SNIPER OPERATIONS IN URBAN TERRAIN. 6-1
Urban Terrain 6-1
Sniper Support in Urban Operations . 6-9
Urban Hides 6-14
Weapons Characteristics in Urban Terrain . 6-23
Engagement Techniques 6-24
Appendix A WEIGHTS, MEASURES, AND CONVERSION TABLES.A-1
Appendix B MISSION-ESSENTIAL TASKS LISTB-1
Appendix C SUSTAINMENT PROGRAM.C-1
Appendix D MISSION PACKING LIST.D-1
Appendix E M82A1 CALIBER .50 SNIPER WEAPON SYSTEM.E-1
Appendix F FOREIGN/NONSTANDARD SNIPER WEAPON SYSTEMS DATA F-1
Appendix G SNIPER RIFLE TELESCOPES . G-1
Appendix H BALLISTICS CHARTH-1
Appendix I SNIPER TRAINING EXERCISES I-1
Appendix J RANGE ESTIMATION TABLE . J-1
Appendix K SNIPER’S LOGBOOK K-1










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Air New Zealand, ZK-NBV, Boeing 747-419, Lord of the Rings special livery, SYD, (Sam Chui)




Air New Zealand, ZK-NBV, Boeing 747-419,  Lord of the Rings special livery, SYD, (Sam Chui)





Delivered new to NZ in October 1998 and named "Christchurch", Bravo-Victor was also the 1,180th 747 built and got the honour to act as a magic carpet for "The Lord of the Rings" directed by fellow New Zealander Peter Jackson, spanning over 3 sequel movies, as with J.R.R Tolkien's books and starring Vigo Mortensen, Ian Mc Kellen, Orlando Bloom, Elijah Wood, Christopher Lee, Cate Blanchett just to name a few. The other stablemate to provide Frodo's friends with wings across the World was a Boeing 767-300. The 747 accomodated Frodo and Sam from early 2002 until mid April 2004. Both aircrafts were tasked to further promote New Zealand, where the movies were shot on location.











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Desperate Lands: The War on Terror Through The Eyes of a Special Forces Soldier






DESPERATE LANDS is the unprecedented story of U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers and the missions they have carried out while fighting the war on terror in the Horn of Africa and in Afghanistan. The book is unique and timely, in that it tells the compelling story of our nations struggle and of its soldiers fighting a new and different kind of war never fought before a Global War on Terror. This true story comes at a time when our nation has divided feelings and opinions about this war a division that exists among both government leaders and the American people. These pages offer a different perspective that of lower enlisted soldiers reflecting their personal experience in combat zones in Africa and Afghanistan as they witnessed and experienced the fog of war. The author Special Forces Master Sergeant Regulo Zapata, Jr. shares his extraordinary journey through ancient and desperate lands at the front lines of this ongoing war. Here are true stories of sacrifice, bravery, excitement, horror, anger, tedium, fear, camaraderie, and more a firsthand look behind the headlines at the reality of the exceptional and difficult challenges U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers face as they defend America against the terrorist threat.

DESPERATE LANDS is the unprecedented story of U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers and the missions they have carried out while fighting the war on terror in the Horn of Africa and in Afghanistan. The book is unique and timely, in that it tells the compelling story of our nations struggle and of its soldiers fighting a new and different kind of war never fought before a Global War on Terror. This true story comes at a time when our nation has divided feelings and opinions about this war a division that exists among both government leaders and the American people. These pages offer a different perspective that of lower enlisted soldiers reflecting their personal experience in combat zones in Africa and Afghanistan as they witnessed and experienced the fog of war. The author Special Forces Master Sergeant Regulo Zapata, Jr. shares his extraordinary journey through ancient and desperate lands at the front lines of this ongoing war. Here are true stories of sacrifice, bravery, excitement, horror, anger, tedium, fear, camaraderie, and more a firsthand look behind the headlines at the reality of the exceptional and difficult challenges U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers face as they defend America against the terrorist threat.










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