English On A Range

Hello there:

In my previous post I asked you about military in-class courtesies. Thanks for you messages!

Looking through my next unit in Campaign 2, which is a Student's Book for those who study military English, I found
out that I hardly know anything about 'On A Range' language.

Hope you saw the Jarhead , a movie based on the book written by Anthony Swofford. There is a scene which is set on a range, and one guy goes like : ''Fire, Fire, Fire ...." while his buddy's shooting.

While you are on a range you must obey all instructions given to you by the range personnel.

And you must fulfill all verbal commands prior , on and after the firing line. What are they?

Thanx in advance,


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