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  *FM 3-23.25 (FM 23-25)
Field Manual
No. 3-23.25
Headquarters
Department of the Army
Washington, DC, 30 August 2001

 

FM 3-23.25

LIGHT ANTIARMY WEAPONS

Table of Contents


  PREFACE
Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION
  Types of Light Antiarmor Weapons
  Care and Handling
  Destruction Procedures (Combat Only)
  Decontamination Procedures
  Operating Temperatures
 
Chapter 2 M72-SERIES LAW, OPERATION AND FUNCTION
  Description
  Technical Data
  Ammunition
  Inspection
  Firing Mechanism
  Sights
  Operation and Function
  Misfire Procedures
  Restoration to Carrying Configuration
 
Chapter 3 M136 AT4, OPERATION AND FUNCTION
  Description
  Technical Data
  Ammunition
  Inspection
  Firing Mechanism, Safeties, and Weapon Function
  Sights
  Operation
  Misfire Procedures
  Restoration to Carrying Configuration
 
Chapter 4 MARKSMANSHIP FUNDAMENTALS
  Steady Hold
  Aiming Procedures
  Breath Control
  Trigger Manipulation
  Integrated Act of Shooting
 
Chapter 5 FIRING POSITIONS
  Standing Position
  Kneeling Position
  Sitting Position
  Prone Position
 
Chapter 6 COMBAT TECHNIQUES
  Range Estimation
  Speed Estimation
  Armored Vehicle Weaknesses
  Methods of Engagement
  Engagement of Field Fortifications and Buildings
  Engagement of Other Vehicles
  Limited Visibility Engagements
  Engagement in NBC Conditions
  Engagement from an Enclosure
  Engagement Beyond Maximum Effective Range (M136 AT4 Only)
  Offensive Operations
  Defensive Operations
  Other Tactical Operations
 
Chapter 7 TRAIN-THE-TRAINER AND UNIT TRAINING PROGRAMS
  Train-the-Trainer Program
  Unit Training Program
  Training Strategy
 
 
Appendix A SAFETY
 
Appendix B TRAINING DEVICES AND AIDS
 
Appendix C PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS
 
Appendix D SUGGESTED DESIGN FOR COMBINED LIGHT ANTIARMOR RANGE
 
Appendix E FIRING TABLES AND EXAMPLE SCORECARDS
 
Appendix F INFRARED LASER AIMING DEVICES
 
  GLOSSARY
  REFERENCES
  AUTHENTICATION

DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.

 


* This publication supersedes FM 23-25, 17 August 1994.

 



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