These drills form the basis for a unit training plan. The techniques that are incorporated into the drills must be modified as the situation dictates, and may vary with individual unit SOPs. The leader's METT-T analysis (referred to throughout this document as MTETT (mission, terrain, enemy, troops and time available) must also take into consideration the enemy's night vision capabilities, and the availability of equipment referenced in these drills.
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J. FITZGERALD III
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