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Department of the Army
Pamphlet 350–39
Training
Standards in
Weapons
Training
(Special
Operations
Forces)
Headquarters
Department of the Army
Washington, DC
3 July 1997
UNCLASSIFIED
SUMMARY of CHANGE
DA PAM 350–39
Standards in Weapons Training (Special Operations Forces)
This revision--
o Deletes requirements for M72A2 light antitank weapon (LAW) (Chap 2).
o Deletes requirements for ranger antiarmor-antipersonnel weapon system
(RAAWS) (Chap 2).
o Deletes requirements for Stinger crews (Chap 2).
o Deletes requirements for mine warfare (Chap 2).
o Deletes requirements for MGXX warfare (Chap 2).
o Deletes requirements for CAR15 warfare (Chap 2).
o Deletes requirements for Combat Training Center (CTC) (Chap 2).
o Adds requirements for rocket propelled grenades (RPG) (Chap 3).
o Adds requirements for close-quarters combat (CQC) (Chap 3).
o Adds requirements for recoilless rifles (RCRL) 84-mm and 90-mm (Chap 3).
o Adds requirements for Stinger crews (Chap 3).
o Adds requirements for mortars 107-mm (Chap 3).
Headquarters
Department of the Army
Washington, DC
3 July 1997
*Department of the Army
Pamphlet 350–39
Training
Standards in Weapons Training (Special Operations Forces)
procedures for planning, resourcing, and exe-
cuting training. It includes weapons qualifica-
tion standards, suggested training programs,
and ammunition requirements for the attain-
ment and sustainment of weapons proficien-
c y . T h e p r o g r a m s i n c o r p o r a t e t r a i n i n g
devices and simulators.
Applicability.
This pamphlet applies to the
S p e c i a l O p e r a t i o n F o r c e s D e p u t y C h i e f o f
Staff for Operations and Plans in the Active
Army, the Army National Guard, and the U.
S. Army Reserve . This publication is appli-
cable to all Special Operation Forces unit
c o m m a n d e r s , b a t t a l i o n s , g r o u p s a n d m a j o r
A r m y c o m m a n d s . T h i s p u b l i c a t i o n a p p l i e s
during partial and full mobilization.
P r o p o n e n t a n d e x c e p t i o n a u t h o r i t y .
The proponent of this pamphlet is the Deputy
Chief of Staff for Operations and Plans. The
D e p u t y C h i e f o f S t a f f f o r O p e r a t i o n s a n d
Plans has the authority to approve exceptions
to this pamphlet that are consistent with con-
trolling law and regulation. The Deputy Chief
of Staff for Operations and Plans may dele-
gate this authority, in writing, to a division
chief within the proponent agency or a field
operating agency in the grade of colonel or
the civilian equivalent.
Suggested Improvements.
Users are in-
vited to send comments and suggested im-
p r o v e m e n t s o n D A F o r m 2 0 2 8
(Recommended Changes to Publications and
Blank Forms) directly to Deputy Chief of
S t a f f f o r O p e r a t i o n s a n d P l a n s A T T N
DAMO-TRO 400 Army Pentagon Washing-
ton DC 20310-0450.
History.
This is a revision of the publication
p r i n t e d o n 3 0 S e p t e m b e r 1 9 9 3 . B e c a u s e t h e
publication has been extensively revised, the
changed portions have not been highlighted.
Summary.
This revised pamphlet contains
Distribution.
Distribution of this publica-
tion is made in accordance with initial distri-
bution number (IDN) 094360, intended for
command levels B, C, D, and E for the Ac-
tive Army, A, B, C, D, and E for the Army
National Guard, and the U.S. Army Reserve.
Contents
(Listed by paragraph and page number)
M24 sniper rifle • 2–8,
page 3
M203 grenade launcher • 2–9,
page 3
M249 squad automatic weapon • 2–10,
page 3
Hand grenade. • 2–11,
page 3
AT-4 • 2–12,
page 3
M240B machine gun • 2–13,
page 3
M2 HB machine gun • 2–14,
page 3
MK-19 grenade machine gun • 2–15,
page 3
Mortar, 60-mm • 2–16,
page 3
Forward observer • 2–17,
page 3
Pyrotechnics • 2–18,
page 3
M18A1/A2 Claymore mine • 2–19,
page 3
Mines • 2–20,
page 4
Chapter 1
Introduction,
page 1
Purpose • 1–1,
page 1
References • 1–2,
page 1
Explanation of abbreviations • 1–3,
page 1
The Standards in Training Commission • 1–4,
page 1
Management • 1–5,
page 1
Training functions • 1–6,
page 1
Weapon system training programs • 1–7,
page 1
Training devices • 1–8,
page 1
Chapter 2
Rangers,
page 2
Chapter 3
Section I
Training Programs, page 2
General • 2–1,
page 2
Objective • 2–2,
page 2
Training programs • 2–3,
page 2
Training strategies • 2–4,
page 3
Section I
Training Programs, page 13
General • 3–1,
page 13
Objective • 3–2,
page 13
Training programs • 3–3,
page 13
Training strategies • 3–4,
page 13
Section II
Assigned Weapon Training Strategies, page 3
Pistol, 9-mm • 2–5,
page 3
M16A2/M4A1 • 2–6,
page 3
Shotgun, 12-gauge • 2–7,
page 3
Section II
Assigned Weapon Training Strategies, page 13
TOW missile • 3–5,
page 13
Dragon • 3–6,
page 14
*This pamphlet supersedes DA Pam 350-39, 30 September 1993.
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UNCLASSIFIED
Contents—Continued
Recoilless rifles (RCRL), 106-mm • 3–7,
page 14
AT-4 • 3–8,
page 14
LAW • 3–9,
page 14
Mortars 60-mm, 81-mm, 120-mm • 3–10,
page 14
M2 HB Machine Gun • 3–11,
page 14
M60 Machine Gun • 3–12,
page 14
M249 Squad Automatic Weapon • 3–13,
page 14
M16A2/M4 rifle • 3–14,
page 14
M24 sniper rifle • 3–15,
page 14
M203 grenade launcher • 3–16,
page 14
Pistols, 9-mm/.45 cal/.38 cal • 3–17,
page 14
Hand grenade • 3–18,
page 14
M18A1/A2 Claymore mine • 3–19,
page 15
MK 19 • 3–20,
page 15
M249 squad automatic weapon • 4–24,
page 32
M203 grenade launcher • 4–25,
page 32
Light antitank weapon • 4–26,
page 32
Hand grenade • 4–27,
page 32
M18A1/A2 Claymore mine • 4–28,
page 32
MH-60D door gunnery • 4–29,
page 32
Crew chief door gunnery with the M134 minigun • 4–30,
page 32
Pyrotechnics and miscellaneous ammunition • 4–31,
page 32
Chapter 5
Section I
Training Programs, page 41
General • 5–1,
page 41
Objective • 5–2,
page 41
Training strategies • 5–3,
page 42
Section III
Nonstandard Weapon Training Strategies, page 15
Pistols/revolvers • 3–21,
page 15
Submachine guns • 3–22,
page 15
Rifles • 3–23,
page 15
Machine guns • 3–24,
page 15
Pyrotechnics • 3–25,
page 15
Combat training centers (CTC) rotation • 3–26,
page 15
Engineer weapon systems • 3–27,
page 15
Rocket propelled grenades • 3–28,
page 16
Close-quarters combat • 3–29,
page 16
Recoilless rifles (RCRL), 84-mm • 3–30,
page 16
Recoilless rifles, 90-mm • 3–31,
page 16
Stinger • 3–32,
page 16
Mortars, 107-mm • 3–33,
page 16
Section II
Weapon Strategies, page 42
M16A1/A2 • 5–4,
page 42
Pistol, .45 cal and 9-mm • 5–5,
page 42
M60 machine gun • 5–6,
page 42
M203 grenade launcher • 5–7,
page 42
Pyrotechnics and miscellaneous ammunition items • 5–8,
page 42
Chapter 6
Mobilization,
page 44
Section I
Training Programs, page 44
General • 6–1,
page 44
Objectives • 6–2,
page 44
Training strategies • 6–3,
page 44
Chapter 4
Active Component and the 1/245th Aviation Battalion-
Reserve Component,
page 30
Section II
Weapons Strategies, page 44
Antiarmor weapons • 6–4,
page 44
Mortars • 6–5,
page 44
Machine guns • 6–6,
page 44
Rifles • 6–7,
page 44
Pistols • 6–8,
page 44
Hand grenades • 6–9,
page 44
Claymore mine • 6–10,
page 44
Engineer weapons • 6–11,
page 44
Section I
Training Programs, page 30
General • 4–1,
page 30
Objective • 4–2,
page 30
Training programs • 4–3,
page 30
Training strategies • 4–4,
page 30
Section II
160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, page 30
Selection and training • 4–5,
page 31
M16A2 rifle • 4–6,
page 31
M9 combat pistol • 4–7,
page 31
MP-5 submachine gun • 4–8,
page 31
M2 HB machine gun • 4–9,
page 31
M60 machine gun • 4–10,
page 31
M249 squad automatic weapon • 4–11,
page 31
M203 grenade launcher • 4–12,
page 31
Light antitank weapon • 4–13,
page 31
Hand grenade • 4–14,
page 31
M18A1/A2 Claymore mine • 4–15,
page 31
MH-60 (DAP) aerial gunnery training and support • 4–16,
page 31
AH-6 aerial gunnery training and support • 4–17,
page 31
Crewchief door gunnery with the M134 minigun • 4–18,
page 31
Pyrotechnics and miscellaneous ammunition items • 4–19,
page 32
Appendix A.
References,
page 53
Table List
Table 1–1: Ranger Unit Weapon Systems Training Programs,
page 2
Table 1–2: Special Forces Weapon Systems Training Programs,
page 2
Table 1–3: 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne)
—Active Component and the 1/245th Aviation Battalion-Reserve
Component,
page 2
Table 1–4: Civil Affairs/Psychological Operations Weapon Systems
Training Programs,
page 2
Table 2–1: Regimental Training Requirements,
page 4
Table 2–2: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training Strategy
for the 9-mm Pistol,
page 5
Table 2–3: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training Strategy
for the M16A2/M4A1 (Cat I &II),
page 5
Table 2–4: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training Strategy
for the 12 Gauge Shotgun (CAT I),
page 6
Table 2–5: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Strategy for the
M24 Sniper Rifle (CAT I),
page 6
Section III
1/245th Aviation Battalion, page 32
M16A2 rifle • 4–20,
page 32
Pistols • 4–21,
page 32
M2 HB machine gun (.50 cal) • 4–22,
page 32
M60 machine gun • 4–23,
page 32
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Contents—Continued
Table 2–6: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training Strategy
for the M203 Grenade Launcher (CAT 1),
page 7
Table 2–7: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training Strategy
for the M249 SAW,
page 7
Table 2–8: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training Strategy
for Hand Grenades,
page 8
Table 2–9: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training Strategy
for the AT-4 (CAT I),
page 8
Table 2–10: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the M240B,
page 9
Table 2–11: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the M2 HB MG (CAT 1),
page 9
Table 2–12: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the MK 19 GMG,
page 10
Table 2–13: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the 60-mm Mortar,
page 11
Table 2–14: Annual Artillery Ammunition Requirement and
Training Strategy for CMF 13F Ranger Fire Support Personnel
1
,
page 11
Table 2–15: Pyrotechnics Requirements,
page 11
Table 2–16: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the M18A1 Claymore Mine,
page 12
Table 2–17: Annual Ammunition Requirement for Ranger
Demolition Teams,
page 13
Table 3–1: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training Strategy
for the TOW (Cat I),
page 16
Table 3–2: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training Strategy
for the Dragon (Cat I),
page 17
Table 3–3: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training Strategy
for the 106-mm RCRL (Cat I),
page 17
Table 3–4: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training Strategy
for the AT-4 (Cat I),
page 17
Table 3–5: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training Strategy
for the M72 LAW (Cat I),
page 17
Table 3–6: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training Strategy
for the 60-mm Mortar (Cat I),
page 18
Table 3–7: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training Strategy
for the 81-mm Mortar (Cat I),
page 18
Table 3–8: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training Strategy
for the 120-mm Mortar (Cat I),
page 18
Table 3–9: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training Strategy
for the M2 HB Machine Gun,
page 18
Table 3–10: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the M60 Machine Gun,
page 19
Table 3–11: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the M249 SAW Machine Gun,
page 19
Table 3–12: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the M16A2 Rifle/Carbine,
page 20
Table 3–13: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the M24 Sniper Rifle (CAT I),
page 20
Table 3–14: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the MM203 Grenade Launcher,
page 20
Table 3–15: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the PISTOL,
page 21
Table 3–16: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the M67 Hand Grenade,
page 21
Table 3–17: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the M18A1 Claymore,
page 22
Table 3–18: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the MK 19 Machine Gun,
page 22
Table 3–19: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the Non-Standard Pistols/Revolvers,
page 22
Table 3–20: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the Non-Standard Sub Machine Guns,
page 23
Table 3–21: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the Non-Standard Rifles,
page 23
Table 3–22: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the Non-Standard Machine Guns,
page 24
Table 3–23: Annual Pyrotechnics for Battalion Support Functions.,
page 24
Table 3–24A: Annual Ammunition Requirement for the Combat
Training Center Rotation (CTC),
page 25
Table 3–24B: Ammunition requirements for CTC rotations
(Forward Operating Base),
page 26
Table 3–25A: Annual Ammunition Demolition Allocation for
Special Forces ODA Teams.,
page 26
Table 3–25B: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the Non-Standard Demolition,
page 28
Table 3–26: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the Rocket Propelled Grenades (RPG),
page 28
Table 3–27: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the Close-Quarters Combat (CQC),
page 29
Table 3–28: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the 84-MM RCRL Carl Gustov,
page 29
Table 3–29: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the 90-mm RCRL Rifle,
page 30
Table 3–30: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the Stinger Missile System,
page 30
Table 3–31: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the 107-mm Mortar (Cat I),
page 30
Table 4–1: Ammunition Requirement for Initial Training (TRC A),
page 33
Table 4–2: Training Strategy and Ammunition Requirement for the
M16A2 Rifle—Sustainment (TRC A),
page 33
Table 4–3: Training Strategy and Ammunition Requirement for the
M9 Pistol—Sustainment (TRC A),
page 33
Table 4–4: Training Strategy and Ammunition Requirement for the
MP 5 Submachine Gun—Sustainment (TRC A),
page 33
Table 4–5: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training Strategy
for the M2 HB Machine Gun (TRC A),
page 34
Table 4–6: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training Strategy
for the M60 Machine Gun (TRC A),
page 34
Table 4–7: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training Strategy
for the M249 SAW (TRC A),
page 35
Table 4–8: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training Strategy
for the M203 Grenade Launcher (TRC A),
page 35
Table 4–9: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training Strategy
for the LAW (TRC A),
page 35
Table 4–10: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the Hand Grenade (TRC A),
page 36
Table 4–11: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the M18A1 Claymore Mine (TRC A),
page 36
Table 4–12: MH-60 Aerial Gunnery Training (TRC A),
page 36
Table 4–13: AH-6 Aerial Gunnery Training (TRC A),
page 36
Table 4–14: Training Strategy and Ammunition Requirement for
the M134 Minigun (TRC A),
page 37
Table 4–15: Pyrotechnics Annual Pyrotechnic Requirement per
Battalion (TRC A),
page 37
Table 4–16: Training Strategy and Ammunition Requirement for
the M16A2 Rifle—Sustainment (TRC A),
page 37
Table 4–17: Training Strategy and Ammunition Requirement for
the M9 Pistol (TRC A),
page 38
Table 4–18: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the M2 HB .50 Cal HMG (TRC A),
page 38
Table 4–19: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the M60 MMG (TRC A),
page 38
Table 4–20: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the M249 SAW (TRC A),
page 39
Table 4–21: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the M203 Grenade Launcher (TRC A),
page 39
Table 4–22: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the LAW (TRC A),
page 40
Table 4–23: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the Hand Grenade (TRC A),
page 40
Table 4–24: Annual Ammunition Requirement and Training
Strategy for the M18A1 Claymore Mine (TRC A),
page 40
Table 4–25: MH-60D Door Gunnery (TRC A),
page 40
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