RESTRICTED Army Code No. 71807-C
Infantry Training Volume II Skill at Arms (Cadet Weapons)
Pamphlet No. 5-C
The L98A2 Cadet GP Rifle (5.56 mm), L86A2 Light Support Weapon and Associated Equipment This pamphlet supersedes Chapter 4 of the Cadet Training Manual Vol 1, (Army Code No 71462). On the receipt of the new Cadet GP Rifle all pages relating to the L98A1 should be destroyed.
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Army Code No. 71807-C
Infantry Training Volume II Skill at Arms (Cadet Weapons) Pamphlet No. 5-C
The L98A2 Cadet GP Rifle (5.56 mm), L86A2 Light Support Weapon and Associated Equipment Prepared under the direction of the Chief of the General Staff Ministry of Defence June 2009 Crown Copyright Reserved
Any person wishing to propose amendments to this pamphlet is invited to write to the Assistant Chief Instructor at the Cadet Training Centre, Frimley Park, Camberley, Surrey, GU16 7HD. Such proposals will be given consideration and, if considered necessary, appropriate amendments will be prepared for publication. This pamphlet supersedes Chapter 4 of The Cadet Training Manual Volume I – Skill at Arms, (Army Code 71462) all pages relating to the L98A1 should now be destroyed. IT IS THE INDIVIDUAL’S RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE THAT HE/SHE IS USING THE LATEST VERSION OF THIS PAMPHLET. IF IN DOUBT CONTACT INFANTRY PUBLICATIONS AT HEADQUARTERS INFANTRY. (see Notes on page vi)
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