UNITAF Force Manual (FM)



The FM outlines our core skills, policies and guides to ensure every member stands ready for the mission ahead.



Overview


The Force Manual is currently made up of 433 blocks in 68 chapters and 80 groups. There have been 1,131 contributory edits with 31,990 views. In the peer-to-peer training system there have been 12,120 assessments on 105 personnel by 46 assessors

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Recently Edited Blocks


When What Editor Details
FM/B-1857 - Callsign structure v1.00
FM/B-1855 - Use element callsign to address said element v1.00
FM/B-1853 - Use personal callsigns for the HQ element v1.00
FM/B-1851 - Shorten callsigns when possible v1.00
FM/B-1849 - Use ACTUAL to address the leader of an element v1.00
FM/B-1847 - Use the correct numerical pronounciation v1.00
FM/B-1845 - Use the phonetic alphabet v1.00
FM/B-1843 - Wind: Introduction v1.09
FM/B-1842 - Methods: Range Card, Calculation & D.O.P.E. v3.02
FM/B-1841 - Eötvös Effect: Calculation v1.03
FM/B-1840 - Horizontal Coriolis Force: Calculation v3.08
FM/B-1830 - Modify wind readings from the Kestrel to input in the ATragMX v2.01
FM/B-1829 - Using a Kestrel, Rangefinder, and (optionally) DAGR for AtragMX position environmental settings v1.01
FM/B-1828 - Adjust the ATragMX to account for overwatch position environmentals v1.03
FM/B-1827 - Using the Range Card to set gun values in the AtragMX v1.02
FM/B-1826 - Set up the ATragMX accurately by mission start v2.01
FM/B-1825 - Air Density: Estimation v1.00
FM/B-1824 - Eötvös Effect: Estimation v1.03
FM/B-1820 - Firing from enclosures v1.03
FM/B-1819 - Using the AtrgMX to select gun values v2.02
FM/B-1818 - Accounting for wind direction with the AtragMX v1.01
FM/B-1817 - Setting C1 Coefficient in the AtragMX v1.01
FM/B-1814 - Alert others to incoming indirect fire v1.02
FM/B-1813 - Alert others to a threatening grenade v1.02
FM/B-1812 - Alert others when throwing a grenade v2.02
FM/B-1811 - Dismount vehicles correctly v2.00
FM/B-1810 - Conduct themselves inside the vehicle v2.00
FM/B-1809 - Call when up v1.01
FM/B-1808 - Enter helicopters correctly v2.00
FM/B-1807 - Eötvös Effect: Introduction v2.03
FM/B-1802 - Anti-vehicle launcher ranges v1.00
FM/B-1795 - Manually account for changes in altitude and barometric pressure v1.01
FM/B-1790 - Wind: Reading Speed CREATED
FM/B-1789 - Wind: Reading Direction CREATED
FM/B-1788 - Wind: Calculation CREATED
FM/B-1787 - Wind: Range Card CREATED
FM/B-1784 - Air Density: Introduction CREATED
FM/B-1781 - Using a rangecard v2.01
FM/B-1780 - Spin Drift: Introduction v2.01
FM/B-1772 - Horizontal Coriolis Force: Introduction v1.07
FM/B-1770 - Spin Drift: Calculation v2.01
FM/B-1763 - Spin Drift: D.O.P.E. v1.00
FM/B-1762 - Horizontal Coriolis Force: D.O.P.E. v1.05
FM/B-1756 - Reading the AtragMX firing solution and adjusting scope v1.00
FM/B-1750 - Perfecting the C1 Coefficient with the Truing Drop tool v1.01
FM/B-1749 - Setting latitude in the AtragMX v1.00
FM/B-1735 - Use atropine to counter chemical intoxication v3.01
FM/B-1734 - Use lidocaine to manage the cardiac rhythm v2.02
FM/B-1733 - Use amiodarone to manage the cardiac rhythm v3.02
FM/B-1732 - Use phenylephrine to slow down bleeding v2.02
FM/B-1731 - Use norepinephrine to slow down bleeding v3.01
FM/B-1730 - Use EACA to automatically stitch wounds v1.07
FM/B-1729 - Use TXA to automatically bandage wounds v2.05
FM/B-1725 - Use painkillers to manage pain v2.05
FM/B-1724 - Use fentanyl to manage pain v1.02
FM/B-1722 - Use epinephrine to increase wake-up chance v3.01
FM/B-1721 - Use epinephrine to manage the cardiac rhythm v5.02
FM/B-1720 - Inclined Shooting: Calculation v1.00
FM/B-1717 - Bullet Drop: D.O.P.E. CREATED
FM/B-1702 - Designated Marksman v1.01
FM/B-1671 - Prioritze which vehicle component to repair v1.01
FM/B-1670 - Change a wheel or track v1.02
FM/B-1668 - Standard Logistical Resupply v1.02
FM/B-1667 - Identify AFVs v2.01
FM/B-1666 - Vehicle in field repair v1.00
FM/B-1664 - Towing a asset v1.00
FM/B-1662 - Dropping supplies using Air vehicles v1.00
FM/B-1660 - Create a Infantry Resupply Point (IRP) v2.00
FM/B-1659 - Create a Vehicle resupply point (VRP) v3.00
FM/B-1655 - Loading and unloading supplies using ACE cargo v1.00
FM/B-1653 - Unload Supplies using boxloader v1.00
FM/B-1651 - Loading supplies using boxloader v1.00
FM/B-1649 - Equipment specific: Radios v2.00
FM/B-1647 - SF Spotter v2.00
FM/B-1646 - SF Sniper v2.01
FM/B-1642 - Spotter (Assisted) v2.01
FM/B-1641 - Sniper v1.01
FM/B-1640 - Spotter (Manual) v2.01
FM/B-1633 - Milliradians: Mil-Relation Formula v2.02
FM/B-1630 - SF Marksman CREATED
FM/B-1622 - Crossing Danger Areas v2.00
FM/B-1619 - Effectively cross danger areas v1.00
FM/B-1617 - Sectors in MOUT v2.01
FM/B-1616 - Clearing Team Responsibilities v1.00
FM/B-1614 - Cover Team Responsibilities v1.00
FM/B-1612 - Covering & Clearing Teams v1.00
FM/B-1607 - Stay out of the open v1.00
FM/B-1605 - Effectively Pie Space v1.00
FM/B-1601 - Common calls in a Fireteam v3.00
FM/B-1600 - Communicate Personal Status v1.01
FM/B-1597 - Avoids crossing lines of fire v2.00
FM/B-1596 - Identifies targets before engaging v2.00
FM/B-1595 - Covers the assigned sector v1.02
FM/B-1594 - Maintains situational awareness v1.01
FM/B-1593 - Maintains effective spacing v3.00
FM/B-1592 - Fireteam cohesion v1.01
FM/B-1591 - Follow directions of leadership v2.00
FM/B-1590 - Knows their squad and fireteam v1.02
FM/B-1589 - Building a policy block v1.00
FM/B-1587 - Building a skill block v1.00

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Skill Cards


When What Action Card
FM/BS-167 - Give first aid to an unconscious patient Unassigned Medical
FM/BS-167 - Give first aid to an unconscious patient Assigned Medical
FM/BS-167 - Give first aid to an unconscious patient Unassigned Medical
FM/BS-167 - Give first aid to an unconscious patient Assigned Medical
FM/G96 - Map & Compass Assigned Core Infantry
FM/G95 - Basic Smoke Colours Assigned Core Infantry
FM/G94 - Infantry Formations Assigned Core Infantry
FM/BS-445 - Use the most effective bandage available to close wounds Assigned Medical
FM/BS-308 - Use epinephrine to increase wake-up chance Assigned Medical
FM/BS-308 - Use epinephrine to increase wake-up chance Unassigned Medical
FM/G47 - Cardiac management Assigned Medical
FM/G72 - Chemical managment Assigned Medical
FM/G45 - Fluids management Assigned Medical
FM/G46 - Pain management Assigned Medical
FM/G36 - Airway management Assigned Medical
FM/G44 - Wound management Assigned Medical
FM/G40 - Casualty triage Assigned Medical
FM/G91 - Casualty collection points (CCP) Assigned Medical
FM/G41 - Mass casualty incidents (MCI) Assigned Medical
FM/G90 - Checking pulse and performing CPR Assigned Medical
FM/G89 - Dealing with pain Assigned Medical
FM/G88 - Dealing with obstructed or occluded airways Assigned Medical
FM/G87 - Dealing with wounds Assigned Medical
FM/G37 - Buddy care Assigned Medical
FM/G12 - Medical system philosophy Assigned Medical
FM/G37 - Buddy care Unassigned Medical
FM/G41 - Mass casualty incidents (MCI) Unassigned Medical
FM/G40 - Casualty triage Unassigned Medical
FM/G72 - Chemical managment Unassigned Medical
FM/G47 - Cardiac management Unassigned Medical
FM/G45 - Fluids management Unassigned Medical
FM/G46 - Pain management Unassigned Medical
FM/G36 - Airway management Unassigned Medical
FM/G44 - Wound management Unassigned Medical
FM/G12 - Medical system philosophy Unassigned Medical
FM/G86 - Basic Medical Equipment Assigned Medical
FM/G85 - Bandages Assigned Medical
FM/G16 - Using man portable launchers Unassigned Core Infantry
FM/G16 - Using man portable launchers Unassigned Core Infantry
FM/G16 - Using man portable launchers Assigned Core Infantry
FM/BS-360 - Use atropine to counter chemical intoxication Assigned Medical
FM/BS-183 - Communicate with leadership Assigned Medical
FM/BS-181 - Follow the medical chain of command Assigned Medical
FM/BS-213 - Choose a location for a CCP Assigned Medical
FM/BS-180 - Identify a mass casualty incident Assigned Medical
FM/BS-358 - Use a Personal Aid Kit to heal a patient Assigned Medical
FM/BS-188 - Identify the triage category of a patient Assigned Medical
FM/BS-189 - Prioritize casualties based on triage Assigned Medical
FM/BS-167 - Give first aid to an unconscious patient Assigned Medical
FM/BS-209 - Use painkillers to manage pain Assigned Medical
FM/BS-211 - Use fentanyl to manage pain Assigned Medical
FM/BS-210 - Use morphine to manage pain Assigned Medical
FM/BS-361 - Use a pulse oximeter to monitor heart rate Assigned Medical
FM/BS-362 - Use phenylephrine to slow down bleeding Assigned Medical
FM/BS-363 - Use norepinephrine to slow down bleeding Assigned Medical
FM/BS-220 - Use epinephrine to manage the cardiac rhythm Assigned Medical
FM/BS-220 - Use epinephrine to manage the cardiac rhythm Unassigned Medical
FM/BS-308 - Use epinephrine to increase wake-up chance Assigned Medical
FM/BS-347 - Use ammonium carbonate to increase wake-up chance Assigned Medical
FM/BS-222 - Use lidocaine to manage the cardiac rhythm Assigned Medical
FM/BS-221 - Use amiodarone to manage the cardiac rhythm Assigned Medical
FM/BS-220 - Use epinephrine to manage the cardiac rhythm Assigned Medical
FM/BS-169 - Use an AED(-X) to restore a normal heart rate Assigned Medical
FM/BS-224 - Use CPR to restore a normal heart rate when a patient has no heart rate Assigned Medical
FM/BS-366 - Use field blood transfusion kit to take blood from players Assigned Medical
FM/BS-364 - Use IO needles to administer blood and medication Assigned Medical
FM/BS-193 - Use IV bags to administer blood Assigned Medical
FM/BS-267 - Use a stitching kit to close wounds Assigned Medical
FM/BS-207 - Use splints to treat broken limbs Assigned Medical
FM/BS-208 - Use tourniquets to prevent blood loss from wounds Assigned Medical
FM/BS-202 - Prioritise the most severe wounds Assigned Medical
FM/BS-357 - Use EACA to automatically stitch wounds Assigned Medical
FM/BS-356 - Use TXA to automatically bandage wounds Assigned Medical
FM/BS-359 - Use a pulse oximeter to monitor patient breathing Assigned Medical
Deleted Group Unassigned Medical
Deleted Group Assigned Medical
FM/G41 - Mass casualty incidents (MCI) Assigned Medical
FM/G40 - Casualty triage Assigned Medical
FM/G37 - Buddy care Assigned Medical
FM/G72 - Chemical managment Assigned Medical
FM/G46 - Pain management Assigned Medical
FM/G47 - Cardiac management Assigned Medical
FM/G45 - Fluids management Assigned Medical
FM/G44 - Wound management Assigned Medical
FM/G12 - Medical system philosophy Assigned Medical
FM/BS-265 - Use a King LT to keep the airway clear Assigned Medical
FM/BS-264 - Use a guedeltube to prevent obstruction of the airway Assigned Medical
FM/BS-261 - Put the patient in the recovery position to keep the airway clear Assigned Medical
FM/BS-266 - Hyperextend the head to clear an obstructed airway Assigned Medical
FM/BS-262 - Use the Accuvac to clear an occluded airway Assigned Medical
FM/BS-263 - Turn the head to clear an occluded airway Assigned Medical
FM/BS-163 - Assess the airway Assigned Medical
FM/G36 - Airway management Unassigned Core Infantry
FM/G14 - Light anti-tank weapons (LAT) Unassigned Core Infantry
FM/G14 - Light anti-tank weapons (LAT) Assigned Core Infantry
FM/G9 - Sending a Contact Report Unassigned Marksmanship
FM/G9 - Sending a Contact Report Assigned Marksmanship
FM/G16 - Using man portable launchers Assigned Core Infantry
FM/BS-105 - Identify anti-air Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-107 - Identify planes Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-109 - Identify helicopters Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-108 - Identify artillery Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-103 - Identify AFVs Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-102 - Identify light vehicles Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-104 - Identify tanks Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-125 - Aim at the correct part of a vehicle with an unguided launcher Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-125 - Aim at the correct part of a vehicle with an unguided launcher Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-127 - Prioritize vehicle targets Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-127 - Prioritize vehicle targets Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-125 - Aim at the correct part of a vehicle with an unguided launcher Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-125 - Aim at the correct part of a vehicle with an unguided launcher Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-127 - Prioritize vehicle targets Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-127 - Prioritize vehicle targets Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-127 - Prioritize vehicle targets Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-127 - Prioritize vehicle targets Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-85 - Alert and fire the rocket Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-85 - Alert and fire the rocket Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-84 - Check backblast is clear Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-84 - Check backblast is clear Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-83 - Alert others of intent to fire Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-83 - Alert others of intent to fire Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/G23 - Man-portable air-defence weapons (MANPAD) Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-99 - Hit moving vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-99 - Hit moving vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-99 - Hit moving vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-99 - Hit moving vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-99 - Hit moving vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-99 - Hit moving vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-99 - Hit moving vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-99 - Hit moving vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-99 - Hit moving vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-99 - Hit moving vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-99 - Hit moving vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-99 - Hit moving vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-122 - Use the correct attack type for the correct job (top down vs direct) Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-122 - Use the correct attack type for the correct job (top down vs direct) Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-121 - Use thermal optics to find targets Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-121 - Use thermal optics to find targets Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-76 - Hit static vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-76 - Hit static vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-76 - Hit static vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-76 - Hit static vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/G18 - Vehicle class identification Unassigned Core Infantry
FM/BS-122 - Use the correct attack type for the correct job (top down vs direct) Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-122 - Use the correct attack type for the correct job (top down vs direct) Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-121 - Use thermal optics to find targets Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-121 - Use thermal optics to find targets Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-127 - Prioritize vehicle targets Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-127 - Prioritize vehicle targets Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-127 - Prioritize vehicle targets Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-127 - Prioritize vehicle targets Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-127 - Prioritize vehicle targets Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-127 - Prioritize vehicle targets Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-125 - Aim at the correct part of a vehicle with an unguided launcher Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-125 - Aim at the correct part of a vehicle with an unguided launcher Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-125 - Aim at the correct part of a vehicle with an unguided launcher Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-125 - Aim at the correct part of a vehicle with an unguided launcher Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-99 - Hit moving vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-99 - Hit moving vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-99 - Hit moving vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-99 - Hit moving vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-76 - Hit static vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-76 - Hit static vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-76 - Hit static vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-76 - Hit static vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-85 - Alert and fire the rocket Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-85 - Alert and fire the rocket Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-84 - Check backblast is clear Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-84 - Check backblast is clear Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-83 - Alert others of intent to fire Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-83 - Alert others of intent to fire Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-122 - Use the correct attack type for the correct job (top down vs direct) Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-121 - Use thermal optics to find targets Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-127 - Prioritize vehicle targets Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-127 - Prioritize vehicle targets Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-127 - Prioritize vehicle targets Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-127 - Prioritize vehicle targets Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-127 - Prioritize vehicle targets Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-125 - Aim at the correct part of a vehicle with an unguided launcher Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-125 - Aim at the correct part of a vehicle with an unguided launcher Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-125 - Aim at the correct part of a vehicle with an unguided launcher Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-99 - Hit moving vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-99 - Hit moving vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-99 - Hit moving vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-85 - Alert and fire the rocket Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-85 - Alert and fire the rocket Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-84 - Check backblast is clear Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-84 - Check backblast is clear Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-83 - Alert others of intent to fire Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-83 - Alert others of intent to fire Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-76 - Hit static vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-76 - Hit static vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-76 - Hit static vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-84 - Check backblast is clear Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-84 - Check backblast is clear Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-84 - Check backblast is clear Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-84 - Check backblast is clear Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-85 - Alert and fire the rocket Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-85 - Alert and fire the rocket Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-84 - Check backblast is clear Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-84 - Check backblast is clear Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-83 - Alert others of intent to fire Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-83 - Alert others of intent to fire Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Unassigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-85 - Alert and fire the rocket Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-84 - Check backblast is clear Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-83 - Alert others of intent to fire Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/G36 - Airway management Assigned Medical
FM/G36 - Airway management Assigned Core Infantry
FM/G18 - Vehicle class identification Assigned Core Infantry
Deleted Group Unassigned Marksmanship
Deleted Group Assigned Marksmanship
FM/G24 - Vehicle model identification Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/G18 - Vehicle class identification Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/G23 - Man-portable air-defence weapons (MANPAD) Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/G22 - Heavy anti-tank weapons (HAT) Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/G21 - Medium anti-tank weapons (MAT) Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/G19 - Roles in an anti-vehicle team Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/G14 - Light anti-tank weapons (LAT) Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/G16 - Using man portable launchers Assigned Anti-vehicle
FM/G16 - Using man portable launchers Unassigned Medical
FM/G16 - Using man portable launchers Assigned Medical

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FM/BG-553 - Horizontal Coriolis Force: Calculation 177
FM/BS-209 - Use painkillers to manage pain 72
FM/BP-236 - Enlisted Ranks 72
FM/BG-454 - Horizontal Coriolis Force: Introduction 71
FM/BS-167 - Give first aid to an unconscious patient 60
FM/BS-163 - Assess the airway 56
FM/BG-555 - Methods: Range Card, Calculation & D.O.P.E. 53
FM/BS-181 - Follow the medical chain of command 53
FM/BG-560 - Using the AtrgMX to select gun values 50
FM/BS-102 - Identify light vehicles 50
FM/BS-183 - Communicate with leadership 48
FM/BS-356 - Use TXA to automatically bandage wounds 47
FM/BS-103 - Identify AFVs 47
FM/BG-569 - Eötvös Effect: Introduction 46
FM/BG-558 - Spin Drift: Calculation 43
FM/BP-237 - Non-commissioned Ranks 43
FM/BS-424 - Set up the ATragMX accurately by mission start 42
FM/BS-188 - Identify the triage category of a patient 41
FM/BS-347 - Use ammonium carbonate to increase wake-up chance 41
FM/BG-554 - Horizontal Coriolis Force: D.O.P.E. 40
FM/BS-362 - Use phenylephrine to slow down bleeding 40
FM/BS-263 - Turn the head to clear an occluded airway 40
FM/BG-235 - Ranks in UNITAF 40
FM/BS-211 - Use fentanyl to manage pain 38
FM/BS-224 - Use CPR to restore a normal heart rate when a patient has no heart rate 38
FM/BS-266 - Hyperextend the head to clear an obstructed airway 38
FM/BP-397 - Role specific: Medics 37
FM/BS-261 - Put the patient in the recovery position to keep the airway clear 37
FM/BP-386 - Era's and technological capability 37
FM/BS-363 - Use norepinephrine to slow down bleeding 33
FM/BG-452 - Using a rangecard 33
FM/BS-222 - Use lidocaine to manage the cardiac rhythm 32
FM/BS-445 - Use the most effective bandage available to close wounds 32
FM/BS-360 - Use atropine to counter chemical intoxication 32
FM/BS-357 - Use EACA to automatically stitch wounds 31
FM/BS-264 - Use a guedeltube to prevent obstruction of the airway 31
FM/BG-578 - Eötvös Effect: Calculation 31
FM/BS-220 - Use epinephrine to manage the cardiac rhythm 31
FM/BG-568 - Spin Drift: Introduction 30
FM/BS-189 - Prioritize casualties based on triage 29
FM/BS-82 - Choose an appropriate firing position 29
FM/BG-573 - Wind: Introduction 29
FM/BS-308 - Use epinephrine to increase wake-up chance 29
FM/BS-213 - Choose a location for a CCP 28
FM/BP-225 - Article 1: Code of Conduct 28
FM/BP-117 - What classifies as a MAT weapon system? 27
FM/BS-104 - Identify tanks 27
FM/BS-210 - Use morphine to manage pain 27
FM/BS-76 - Hit static vehicle targets within the effective range of the unguided weapon system 27
FM/BS-221 - Use amiodarone to manage the cardiac rhythm 27

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