FCP Spot Test #2 Marking Key - CFSGT Putland - Mar 10

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FCP Spot Test #2 Marking Key - CFSGT Putland - Mar 10

  1. 1. Name: Marking Key Score: /20 = % Unmistakable objects passed, including Remarks expected time/position of passing, eg river 1. An imaginary line on the surface of the earth, at the same height crossing, road, edge of forest etc. AMSL throughout its length is called a what? [1 mark] [2 marks] Contour line Terrain expected, eg mountainous, Going swampland, grassy plain 2. The abbreviation AMSL stands for what? [1 mark] [2 marks] Above Mean Sea Level 3. The grid lines that run ‘up and down’ are known as … [1 mark] Eastings 4. The grid lines that run ‘left to right’ are known as… [1 mark] Northings 5. Complete the Nav. Data Sheet (on the back of this page) for a march from HQ to point A, point B, and back to HQ, use the following map. NOTE: for ‘Going’ and ‘Remarks’ columns give a general description of what would be entered. [16 marks] HQ ● 16 ●A 15 14 [1/2 mark for drawing route B● on map] 13 38 39 40 41 42 43 Assume that the: GMV of 3° west is current for this map. Scale is 1:25000 (i.e. 4 cm = 1 km). Grid North is directly up (to the top of the page) CFSGT G. Putland Page 1 of 2 FCP Revision Spot Test #2 CFSGT G. Putland Page 2 of 2 FCP Revision Spot Test #2
  2. 2. Leg FromGR ToGR BearingGrid BearingMag. MetersDist. in PacesDist. in Mins.Time in 1 382163 422159 99° 102° 1900 2375or2470 38to23 CFSGT G. Putland 2 422159 408133 206° 209° 1250 1563or1625 25to15 Page 1 of 2 3 408133 382163 308° 311° 1800 2250or2340 36to22 [1 mark for overall accuracy of Data Sheet] [1/2 mark for each cell of Nav Data Sheet] FCP Revision Spot Test #2 CFSGT G. Putland Page 2 of 2 FCP Revision Spot Test #2
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