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GTA 05-02-029 Conversion Factors and Common Formulas

This GTA enable commander, platoon sergeants, squad leaders, and all military occupational specialties to teach individual conversion factors and common formulas. NOTE: This document is in PDF format CLICK TO DOWNLOAD

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GTA 05-02-028 Control Classified Work Projects

GTA 05-02-028 provides a guide in controlling classified work projects. Topics include: Responsibilities; Storage of Classified Information; Restraint of Reproduction; DA Form 3964, Classified Document Accountability Record. NOTES: Some references listed in this doc might have been superseded and/or updated …Read More

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GTA 05-02-025 Automated Integrated Surveying Instrument (AISI) Maintenance

This GTA discusses operator maintenance for the AISI. Operator maintenance is limited to inspecting and cleaning the exposed controls, lenses and housing unit. NOTE: This document is in PDF format

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GTA 05-02-023 Operator Maintenance on Leveling Equipment

GTA 05-02-023 is to be used with the manufacturer’s manual and FM 3-34.331 Topographic Surveying and covers the following areas operator maintenance on leveling equipment of: Circular level Eyepiece focus knob Tangent screw Leveling screws Leveling head Objective lens Aiming …Read More

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GTA05-02-020 Direct Preparation of Transportable/Mobile Section for Movement

This GTA provides guidance for properly repairing a transportable/mobile section for movement. Eight Figures illustrate the following: Pneumatic Spring Mount; Main Power Control Panel and Safety Switch; Unit Receptacles and Power Switch; Tractor and Van Hitch Components; Airbrake Connection; Airbrake …Read More

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GTA 05-02-018 C Factor Procedures, Curvature/Refraction

This GTA teaches soldiers to perform the “C” Check in accordance with FM 3-34.331. The card provides the field procedure for “C” Check with a table to compute correction for curvature and refraction (leveling). NOTES: Some references listed in this …Read More

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GTA 05-02-013 How To Find Your Way

This GTA explains and illustrates the fundamentals of map reading. The information conforms as closely as possible to approved Department of the Army (DA) doctrine and is intended to complement existing training literature. Refer to TC 3-25.26 for more information. Topics …Read More

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GTA 05-02-012 Coordinate Scale and Protractor

This is a coordinate scale used to measure azimuth and convert to mils. The outer scale measures MILS and the inner scale measures DEGREES. There are three right triangles situated in the middle with each containing different scales. The image …Read More

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GTA 03-09-001 Gridded Template

This GTA has black and red numbers for measuring is used by active, reserve and guard. This Grided Template enables commanders, platoon sergeants, squad leaders, and all MOSs to determine the amount of explosive to use for different types of …Read More

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GTA 03-06-008 CBRN Warning and Reporting System

Contains the following information: Sample CBRN 1 Report (Observer’s Report) Sample CBRN 2 Report (Evaluated Data) Sample CBRN 3 Report (Immediate Warning of Expected Contamination or Hazard Area) Sample CBRN 4 Report (Recon, Monitoring, and Survey Results) Sample CBRN 5 …Read More

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GTA 03-05-015 Chemical Protection and Decontamination

Contains information on: Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and nuclear (CRBN) Operational Elements Mission-Oriented Protective Posture (MOPP) Analysis MOPP Levels Toxix Industrial Materials (TIM) Hazards Skin Exposure Reduction Paste Against Chemical Warfare Agests (SERPACWA) Pre-, During, post-attack Action Sign and Symptoms of …Read More

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GTA 01-14-001 Battle Damage Assessment & Repair Smart Book

Battle Damage Assessment and Repair (BDAR) is the process used to rapidly return disabled equipment to the operational commander by applying field-expedient repairs to damaged components. BDAR restores the minimum essential combat capabilities necessary to support a specific combat mission …Read More

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