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BASIC TACTICS TOW, PART I
Subcourse Number IN0541
Edition C

UNITED STATES ARMY INFANTRY SCHOOL
FORT BENNING, GEORGIA 31905-5593

5 CREDIT HOURS

Edition Date: September 1995

SUBCOURSE OVERVIEW

This subcourse is designed to teach you to prepare and issue an operation order, a warning order, a fragmentary order, select a terrain route and direct a driver over the route, react to direct and indirect fire while mounted, use visual signaling techniques while mounted; select primary, alternate, and supplementary TOW weapon system positions; and conduct the occupation of a TOW firing position.

There are no prerequisites for this subcourse.

This subcourse reflects the doctrine that was current at the time it was prepared. In your own work situation, always refer to the latest publications.

The words "he," "him," "his," and "men," when used in this publication, represent both the masculine and feminine genders unless otherwise stated.

TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE

Action: You will be able to prepare and issue an operation order, a warning order, a fragmentary order, select a terrain route and direct a driver over the route, react to direct and indirect fire while mounted, use visual signaling techniques while mounted, select primary, alternate, and supplementary TOW weapon positions; and conduct the occupation of a TOW firing position.
Conditions: You will have access to information contained in this subcourse.
Standards: To demonstrate competency in this task you must achieve a minimum of 70 percent or higher on the subcourse examination.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Lesson 1:

Operation, Warning, and Fragmentary Orders

  Part A:     Prepare and Issue an Operation Order
  Part B:     Issue a Warning Order
  Part C:     Issue a Fragmentary Order.
  Practice Exercise
 

Lesson 2:

Select a Terrain Route, Direct a Driver Over the Route, Respond to Direct and Indirect Fire While Mounted, and Use Visual Signaling Techniques

  Part A:     Select a Terrain Route and Direct a Driver Over the Route
  Part B:     Use Visual Signaling Techniques While Mounted
  Practice Exercise
 

Lesson 3:

Select and Occupy TOW Firing Positions

  Part A:     Select Primary, Alternate, and Supplementary TOW Weapon Positions.
  Part B:     Conduct the Occupation of a TOW Firing Position
  Practice Exercise
 

IN0541 Edition C Examination