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[ROTMA]: Exercise Sierra

Jul 1, 2018

Republic of Taiwan Military Academy
"Exercise Sierra"

Course Name: Marksmanship L2
Skills trained: Sharpshooting Training
Location: Somewhere in Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Terrain Type: Flat, Open Ground
Exact Location: TOP SECRET

Involved Units


Unit Name & Quantity

Republic of Taiwan Military Police​

Nighthawk Special Service Brigade, 1,000x MPSSB Personnel

Republic of Taiwan Army Special Operation Command​

Phantom Force, 30th Sniper Brigade, 2,100x Army Special Ops Sniper Personnel

Republic of Taiwan Naval Special Operation Command​

Shark 21, 1st Naval Special Operation Company, 150x SEAL/UDT Personnel


  1. T91 Carbine Assault Rifle
  2. T93 Sniper Rifle
  3. T65 Assault Rifle
  4. T75 LMG
  5. T77 SMG
  6. XT-97 Assault Rifle
  7. T75K1 Pistol
  8. Night Vision Googles Mounted Helmet
  9. Bulletproof Vests
  10. Kestrel Anti-tank rocket launcher

The course lasts 2 weeks, afterwards the following insignia would be given to the participants, indicating they mastered the given skill: Marksmanship Badge (Special)

Training Funds
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Jul 1, 2018
All assigned units would prepare their equipment and pack their bags the night before departing from their home bases around the national territory.

Early in the morning, several buses from the Republic of Taiwanese Army Logistics Command would pick these Nighthawk Special Operatives, Phantom Force Operatives and Naval Special Operatives up at their locations. Several Buses from Taipei would board these 1000 of MPSSB Personnel and 150 of Naval Special Operative Personnel would leave for Kaohsiung, Republic of Taiwan Military Academy. Similarly, several buses from Hualien County would board 2,100 Sniper Personnel (Phantom Forces) which would leave for Kaohsiung, Republic of Taiwan Military Academy.

Once all participants would be settled down at the barracks of the Republic of Taiwan Military Academy in Fengshan District, Kaohsiung they would be divided into several groups.

This course was specially reserved for Special Forces of the Taiwanese 30th Sniper Brigade, 1st Naval Warfare Battalion and Military Police Special Services Brigade or Nighthawk Special Services, as part of the ongoing specialization program for the aforementioned units.

During the 2 weeks of the course, the Units will practice and improve their skills in the utilization of different types of armament, according to their specialization:

- Pistol/Handgun (listed)
- Assault Rifle (listed)
- Sniper rifle (listed)
- Heavy Machine gun
- Anti-tank missile launcher
Jul 1, 2018
The units would arrive at the Republic of Taiwan Military Academy, Kaohsiung and after they settled down, they would gather for the briefing about the course. Here they would be informed of the respective schedules and training locations during the following 2 weeks.

The first part of the course would be common for all participants and consist of a 1 day Advanced Handgun Course and following another 1 day Tactical Handgun Course.

Day 1

  1. Fundamentals of pistol marksmanship,
  2. Shooting while moving,
  3. Use of cover,
  4. Dominant and support side marksmanship,
  5. Unconventional shooting positions

Day 2

  1. Information on night sights,
  2. Night vision and what works,
  3. Handheld light techniques,
  4. Weapon light techniques,
  5. Searching techniques,
  6. Low light manipulations and malfunction clearing,
  7. Target identification, discrimination and engagement,
  8. Shooting positions,
  9. Movement in low light conditions,
  10. Multiple target engagement.

These courses would be completed in the different shooting ranges and facilities of the Republic of Taiwan Military Academy, Kaohsiung.
Jul 1, 2018
After 2 days, the soldiers would have completed their handgun expertise course, and would move on to the second mandatory course for all participants, the assault rifle/carbine course.

On this 2 day stage, the participants will receive advanced instruction and practical application of:

  1. Shooting positions.
  2. Loading and unloading.
  3. Incapacitate theory and delivery.
  4. Malfunction clearance.
  5. Shooting while moving.
  6. Multiple target engagements.
  7. Use of cover.
  8. Low light/No light engagements.
  9. Use of lights.

All participants would use during this course all available rifle and carbines currently operates in the Taiwanese military in order to be comfortable with them all, and used to operated them.

After 2 days of intensive practicing, the soldiers would continue the scheduled program, resting, eating and exercising enough to stay fit and in shape.
Jul 1, 2018
With the assault rifle/carbine course complete, the different units would now be divided into small groups according to their specialty:

- Assault infantry
- sniper
- heavy machine gunner
- Anti tank launcher operator
- Manpads operator

The snipers would focus on:

  1. Basic & Advanced Marksmanship techniques
  2. Equipment set-up, Rifle Sight-in & Data Book Use
  3. Position Shooting & Unconventional Positions
  4. Using Basic Ballistics & gather data to 1400 yards
  5. Scouting, Range Estimation & Field Sketches
  6. Injured Shooter Drills
  7. Principals of camouflage & Ghillie suit construction
  8. Individual movement & route planning
  9. Live-fire stalking techniques

Meanwhile, the heavy machine gunners would practice operating their heavy mounted machine guns on several shooting ranges and on open terrain.
The other units would also practice shooting against simulated targets in real combat scenarios. Dummies would be used for both, anti tank/vehicle missile launchers and aerial targets.

All soldiers would be provided the correspondent armament and ammunition.
Jul 1, 2018
After all special force groups finished their formalized training, they would return back to the field for further practical and tactical training with armament, including mobile shooting ranges.

They would start with practicing target detection skills consisting of scanning and picking out hidden targets while also stealthily closing the distance to ensure a first round hit while remaining hidden.
The next day they would practice in depth orienteering skills with both classroom and in the field practical application exercises of pace count, dead reckoning, locating natural and man made features, as well as following a plotted course.

All theoretical and practical classes and exercises would be performed at the facilities of the Kaohsiung Military Academy as well as on the surrounding terrain, which includes forest, open field and urban terrain. This would be done for the commandos to be ready to operate on any given terrain, according to the assigned mission with proficiency.
Jul 1, 2018
With the last field practice exercises complete, all units would have completed the Marksmanship L2 course, increasing their shooting capabilities and skills drastically. The unit of Special Operation Command of the Taiwanese Army, Navy and Military Police would know have a clear advantage compared to regular Taiwanese armed forces personnel. Nevertheless, their instruction continues as to further capacitate and to improve the operational skills of these units including the specialization of the different Special Forces Battalions and Companies.

The units would gather at the main square of the Kaohsiung Military Academy for a small ceremony in which they would be awarded with the correspondent course insignia and black berets would be given to these participants. The national anthem would be played.

Afterwards, the Units would return to their barracks, pack their belongings and board the different buses and aircraft that would transport them back to their respective garrisons.