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Prioritize vehicle targets
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Skill
FM/BS-127.V2.03 - Prioritize vehicle targets
Skill

Prioritize vehicle targets based on the following factors:

  • Urgency of the threat: immediate threats should be engaged first, with vehicles posing no threat either engaged last or not engaged at all.
  • Success chance: every engagement should have the highest possible likelihood to succeed. In any case, refrain from shooting when:
    • the target is out of range
    • the target is moving too fast
    • the target cannot be effectively damaged
  • Future considerations: do not engage vehicles when doing so might have negative effect later. e.g. shooting an AT-4 at technical, when expecting BMPs.
Published by Sgt Jochem on 06/01/2024 at 16:29

Previous Versions

Skill
FM/BS-127.V2.02 - Prioritize vehicle targets
Skill

Targets should be prioritised based on the following factors:

  • Urgency of the threat: immediate threats should be engaged first, with vehicles posing no threat either engaged last or not engaged at all.
  • Success chance: every engagement should have the highest possible likelihood to succeed. In any case, refrain from shooting when:
    • the target is out of range
    • the target is moving too fast
    • the target cannot be effectively damaged
  • Future considerations: do not engage vehicles when doing so might have negative effect later. e.g. shooting an AT-4 at technical, when expecting BMPs.
Published by Maj James on 13/12/2023 at 01:28
Skill
FM/BS-127.V2.01 - Prioritize vehicle targets
Skill

Targets should be prioritised based on the following factors:

  • Urgency of the threat: immediate threats should be engaged first, with vehicles posing no threat either engaged last or not engaged at all.
  • Success chance: every engagement should have the highest possible likelihood to succeed. In any case, refrain from shooting when:
    • the target is out of range
    • the target is moving too fast
    • the target cannot be effectively damaged
  • Future considerations: do not engage vehicles when doing so might have negative effect later. e.g. shooting an AT-4 at technical, when expecting BMPs.
Published by Maj James on 12/12/2023 at 19:16
Skill
FM/BS-127.V2.00 - Prioritize vehicle targets
Skill

Targets should be prioritised based on the following factors:

 

  • Urgency of the threat: immediate threats should be engaged first, with vehicles posing no threat either engaged last or not engaged at all.
  • Success chance: every engagement should have the highest possible likelihood to succeed. In any case, refrain from shooting when:
    • the target is out of range
    • the target is moving too fast
    • the target cannot be effectively damaged
  • Future considerations: do not engage vehicles when doing so might have negative effect later. e.g. shooting an AT-4 at technical, when expecting BMPs.
Published by Maj James on 12/12/2023 at 19:16
Skill
FM/BS-127.V1.01 - Prioritize vehicle targets
Skill

This can be boiled down to: “Does it make sense to enage that vehicle at this time?”. Targets should be prioritized based on the following factors:

 

Urgency of the threat

Immediate threats should be engaged first, with vehicles posing no threat either engaged last or not engaged at all.

 

Success chance

Every engagement should have the highest possible likelyhood to succeed. In any case, refrain from shooting when:

  • the target is out of range
  • the target is moving too fast
  • the target cannot be effectively damaged

 

Future considerations

Do not engage vehicles when doing so might have negative effect later on in the mission. E.g. shooting an AT-4 at technical, when expecting BMPs before the next logpack. In other words, is the limited anti-vehicle ammunition being put to good use or is it going to waste engaging that vehicle?

Published by Sgt Jochem on 23/11/2023 at 18:59
Skill
FM/BS-127.V1.00 - Prioritize vehicle targets
Skill

This can be boiled down to: “Does it make sense to enage that vehicle at this time?”. Targets should be prioritized based on the following factors:

 

Urgency of the threat

Immediate threats should be engaged first, with vehicles posing no threat either engaged last or not engaged at all.

 

Success chance

Refrain from shooting when:

  • the target is out of range
  • the target is moving too fast
  • the target cannot be effectively damaged

 

Future considerations

Do not engage vehicles when doing so might have negative effect later on in the mission. E.g. shooting an AT-4 at technical, when expecting BMPs before the next logpack. In other words, is the limited anti-vehicle ammunition being put to good use or is it going to waste engaging that vehicle?

Published by Sgt Jochem on 23/11/2023 at 18:57
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