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React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted

071-326-0510


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Standards:

  • Reacted to each situation by shouting "Incoming," followed the leader's directions, if available. Took or maintained cover.


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Conditions:

  • You are a member (without leadership responsibilities) of a squad or team. You are either in a defensive position or moving on foot. You hear incoming rounds, shells exploding or passing overhead, or someone shouting "incoming."


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Performance Steps

  • Shout "incoming" in a loud, easily recognizable voice.

  • Look to your leader for additional instructions.

  • Remain in your defensive position (if appropriate), making no unnecessary movements that could alert the enemy to your location.

  • Take cover outside the impact area (if you are in an exposed position or moving), keeping the body low if the leader is not in sight.


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Performance Steps

  • Shout "incoming" in a loud, easily recognizable voice.

  • Look to your leader for additional instructions.

  • Remain in your defensive position (if appropriate), making no unnecessary movements that could alert the enemy to your location.

  • Take cover outside the impact area (if you are in an exposed position or moving), keeping the body low if the leader is not in sight.


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Performance Steps

  • Shout "incoming" in a loud, easily recognizable voice.

  • Look to your leader for additional instructions.

  • Remain in your defensive position (if appropriate), making no unnecessary movements that could alert the enemy to your location.

  • Take cover outside the impact area (if you are in an exposed position or moving), keeping the body low if the leader is not in sight.


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Performance Steps

  • Shout "incoming" in a loud, easily recognizable voice.

  • Look to your leader for additional instructions.

  • Remain in your defensive position (if appropriate), making no unnecessary movements that could alert the enemy to your location.

  • Take cover outside the impact area (if you are in an exposed position or moving), keeping the body low if the leader is not in sight.


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Check on Learning

What is the First Performance Step?

  • Take cover outside the impact area (if you are in an exposed position or moving), keeping the body low if the leader is not in sight.

  • Look to your leader for additional instructions.

  • Remain in your defensive position (if appropriate), making no unnecessary movements that could alert the enemy to your location.

  • Shout "incoming" in a loud, easily recognizable voice.


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Check on Learning

What is the First Performance Step?

  • Take cover outside the impact area (if you are in an exposed position or moving), keeping the body low if the leader is not in sight.

  • Look to your leader for additional instructions.

  • Remain in your defensive position (if appropriate), making no unnecessary movements that could alert the enemy to your location.

  • Shout "incoming" in a loud, easily recognizable voice.


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Check on Learning

What is the Fourth Performance Step?

  • Take cover outside the impact area (if you are in an exposed position or moving), keeping the body low if the leader is not in sight.

  • Look to your leader for additional instructions.

  • Remain in your defensive position (if appropriate), making no unnecessary movements that could alert the enemy to your location.

  • Shout "incoming" in a loud, easily recognizable voice.


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Check on Learning

What is the First Performance Step?

  • Take cover outside the impact area (if you are in an exposed position or moving), keeping the body low if the leader is not in sight.

  • Look to your leader for additional instructions.

  • Remain in your defensive position (if appropriate), making no unnecessary movements that could alert the enemy to your location.

  • Shout "incoming" in a loud, easily recognizable voice.


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Reference

  • STP 21-1-SMCT

  • FM 21-75


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React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted

071-326-0510