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What all should I learn about the M16A4 Rifle before reporting to boot camp?

Also, can anyone help me out with what to know about USMC history before going to boot camp? Thanks!!

The M16A4 began as the M16 Rifle. The M16 rifle was created in response the US Air Force’s need in the 1950’s for a lightweight, small-form “survival rifle” for self-defense in the event of a hostile landing. The order went out to Armalite Company, which had recently merged with Fairchild Engine and Airplane Corporation. A designer at Armalite named Eugene Stoner soon developed the 5.56mm (.223) cartridge and reworked it until he had 55grain bullet traveling at 3250fps and an effective range of about 500yds. With a reliable cartridge in place, Stoner began work on the rifle itself and soon came out with the AR-15 rifle. The AR-15 was a drastically different rifle in both design and function from anything that had been used by the US Air Force before. The AR-15 employed a direct gas system of operation instead of the conventional piston operation and made extensive use of light alloy and precision casting to reduce weight. The rifle had a straight line design instead of the traditional “dropped-butt” of conventional rifles and the sights were permanently attached to the carry handle. The radical new design, along with the rifle’s plastic furniture, led the US Army and Air Force brass to dub the rifle “cheap and nasty”. Nonetheless, in 1962 the US Air Force bought a number of AR-15s for use by guards at Air Force bases. Then, in 1963, the USAF sent a detachment armed with AR-15s to Vietnam and were surprised to find that the South Vietnamese Army felt the new rifles would be perfect for the smaller stature soldiers that made up the majority of their ranks. The South Vietnamese army soon bought AR-15s and reported favorably as did the US Special Forces serving in Vietnam at that time. Eventually, the AR-15 was taken into regular US Army service as the M16 Rifle.
You will learn the rest in boot camp.

Designed for police headquarters 12 floors terrorist attacks in Mexico

Michael Webster: Investigative journalist

Citing anonymous federal and local authorities in Mexico City daily El Universal, reported in its Saturday edition Friday that the intention of Bomber planting the bomb in the police headquarters 12 floors, but accidentally exploded about 200 meters.

The big bang is the windows buildings, damaged several cars and caused panic in the region of America La Rosa of Mexico.

El Universal identified the cartel Sinaloa headed by Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman Beltran Leyva brothers and that the intellectual authors "of the assassination attempt.

Suspicion is that it was a type of terrorist attack by a suicide bomber as possible and the death was the cause of the explosion. Chief of Police Joel Ortega, Mexico City, during a television interview Friday night, said the man who died in the explosion was wearing a coat for a coat sweat. He said that the attacker probably planned to plant the device and do the evening gown to fool people monitoring security cameras.

A woman aged 22, had accompanied the suicide bomber was seriously injured in the explosion and could be the key to the investigation, Chief Ortega said.

Mexican media said the woman lived in an area flooded with illegal drugs and nearly a device of the Sinaloa cartel arrested Last week officials of Mexico City.

The Mexican authorities are not sure that this attack was a suicide or simply a terrorist. Experts at the pump is a suicide attack against a military target or civilian, in which an attacker intends to kill others, knowing that is certain or more likely to die in this process. Most suicide bombers to bomb strapped to his body and detonated the bomb vests. This means that the attack vehicles have included filled with explosives, passenger planes carrying large amounts of fuel, and people with vests filled with explosives. Synonyms found the suicide bombings, murder, martyrdom operations, predatory martyrdom. Strictly speaking, an attack can not be considered a suicide If the attacker is not dead (Although perhaps the hope and intention to be), or if there is some question whether it wanted death, even if the attack is certain to kill them.

A senior official of the Mexican army has ruled the use soldiers to reinforce security in the Mexican capital, saying it was apparently a failed attempt on police headquarters by suspected bomber who blew himself up and injured his accomplice women.

Navy Minister Francisco Sayner promoting speculation that drug traffickers orchestrated the attack in response to a series of raids against them in Mexico City, which had been relatively free violence of the cartels.

"They did not attack strategic installations," he told reporters after a ceremony Mr. Sayner Navy. "They use other methods."

However, Arturo Yañez, who trains detectives in Mexico City and has worked in federal law enforcement, said the attempt was too fond of sophisticated drug cartels, which have carried out surgical strikes against senior members of law enforcement.

A suspect is more likely that the Popular Revolutionary Army, or EPR, Mr. Yañez said.

The EPR declared a campaign against government installations last year, asking that two of its leaders be released from federal custody. Although federal officials say is taking the two men.

In Meanwhile, violence continued in Mexico and the northern border towns. In the Jornada local legislators have asked the governor of Baja California to urgently revise the "state system of public security", because the levels of violence in this border area .. Deputy Carlos Barboza pointed out that entrepreneurs and non-governmental organizations complain about the increase in kidnappings in Tijuana, Juarez, Mexicali and other border cities. He added that this increase in violence harms society and families. "Nobody is immune its consequences. "On the other hand, law and order have been overtaken by what is urgent to find a solution with the participation of various sectors of society and politicians. Joined "Alarming" the week's end, during which there were a number of kidnappings, shootings and homicides.

Today, in the Chronicle of Mexicali, three Mexican federal agents who had just arrived in Tijuana have been kidnapped and their bodies were found at dawn yesterday by a dirt road on the outskirts of Tecate, Baja California; All three had their hands tied behind his back and his head had been wrapped with tape. All had been shot in the head and empty shells of body fights are covered AK-47.

The chief of police of Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Juan Jose Muniz Salinas, was arrested by Mex. Police Federal and has been moved to Mexico City. Although not yet formally charged, his arrest was based on the belief that it was protection of the "Zetas" thugs. Installing radio frequency police would also engage and are under consideration.

Sources:

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FORMER border patrols

Dallas Morning Star

Laguna Journal

Government of Mexico

Department Mexico City Police

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