Army Training and Evaluation Program No. 34-114-30-Mission Training Plan: Mission Training Plan for the Military Intelligence Company (Armored Cavalry Regiment)

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ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP

MISSION TRAINING PLAN
FOR THE
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE COMPANY
(ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT)

DECEMBER 2002

HEADQUARTERS
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

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*ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
Headquarters
Army Training and Evaluation Program
Department of the Army

No 34-114-30-Mission Training Plan
Washington, DC, 9 December 2002
MISSION TRAINING PLAN FOR THE
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE COMPANY

(ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT)
Contents Page
PREFACE . iii
CHAPTER 1 UNIT TRAINING . 1-1
1-1. General . 1-1
1-2. Supporting Material . 1-1
1-3. Contents . 1-2
1-4. Mission and Tasks . 1-2
1-5. Principles of Training . 1-3
1-6. Training Strategy . 1-3
1-7. Conducting Training. . 1-4
1-8. Force Protection (Safety) . 1-5
1-9. Environmental Protection . 1-10
1-10. Evaluation . 1-11
1-11. Feedback . 1-12
CHAPTER 2 TRAINING MATRIXES . 2-1
2-1. General . 2-1
2-2. Mission to Collective Tasks Listing. . 2-1
2-3. Supporting References to Collective Tasks Listing . 2-7
2-4. Individual Task to Collective Task Listing. . 2-38

DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
•This MTP together ARTEP 34-117-30-MTP, 9 Dec 02; ARTEP 34-143-30-MTP, 30 Dec 02; ARTEP 34-144-30-MTP,
23 Dec 02; ARTEP 34-355-MTP, 23 Dec 02; ARTEP 34-357-30-MTP, 23 Dec 02; ARTEP 34-358-30-MTP, 13 Dec 02;
ARTEP 34-387-30-MTP, 13 Dec 02; ARTEP 34-388-30-MTP, 23 Dec 02; ARTEP 34-393-30-MTP, 16 Dec 02;
ARTEP 34-396-30-MTP, 23 Dec 02; ARTEP 34-397-30-MTP, 23 Dec 02; ARTEP 34-398-30-MTP, 23 Dec 02;
ARTEP 34-399-10-MTP, 23 Dec 02; ARTEP 34-414-30-MTP, 2 Dec 02; ARTEP 34-117-30-MTP, 9 Dec 02, supersede
ARTEP 34-113-11-MTP (Volume l), 29 Sep 95 and ARTEP 34-113-12-MTP (Volume II), 29 Sep 95.

ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
CHAPTER 3 MISSION OUTLINES/TRAINING PLANS 3-1
3-1 3-2. Long-Range Planning 3-1 3-3. Short-Range Planning 3-5 3-4. Near-Term Planning. 3-6 3-5. Developing Training Exercises. 3-7 3-6. Mission Outline 3-1. General 3-8
4-1
CHAPTER 4 TRAINING EXERCISE
4-1
4-1. General 4-2. Situational Training Exerdise 4-1
CHAPTER 5 TRAINING AND EVALUATION OUTLINES 5-1
5-1 5-2. Structure 5-1. Introduction
5-1 5-3. Format
5-1 5-4. Use 5-3
6-1
CHAPTER 6 EXTERNAL EVALUATION
6-1 6-2. Preparing the Evaluation 6-1 6-3. Selecting the Observer/Controllers 6-7 6-4. Training the Observer/Controllers . 6-8 6-5. Recording External Evaluation Information 6-8 6-6. Selecting and Training the Opposing Forces. 6-12 6-7. Conducting the Evaluation 6-13 6-8. Conducting the After Action Review 6-15 6-1. General
APPENDIX A COMBINED ARMS TRAINING STRATEGY A-1
1. Unit Training Strategies A-1
2. Using the Combined Arms Training Strategy Matrices A-1
APPENDIX B BATTLEFIELD OPERATING SYSTEMS B-1
1. Intelligence B-1
2. Maneuver B-1
3. Fire Support B-2
4. Mobility, Countermobility, and Survivability B-2
5. Air Defense B-2
6. Combat Service Support B-2
7. Command and Control (C2) B-3
GLOSSARY Glossary-1
REFERENCES References-1
QUESTIONNAIRE Questionnaire-1
ARTEP 3411430MTP
PREFACE
1.
The Mission Training Plan (MTP) provides the active and reserve component training manager with a descriptive, performance-oriented training program to assist leaders in training their units. Standards for training may be made more difficult, but may not be lowered. The ARTEP is in accordance with the United States (US) Army training and tactical doctrine. The ARTEP contains those tasks, which support the Military Intelligence (MI) unit missions outlined in emerging doctrinal manuals. Unit leaders must use their higher headquarters Mission Essential Task List (METL) and training guidance to identify which tasks in the ARTEP must be emphasized. Task standards in the ARTEP are the Army's standards for executing those tasks.

2.
FM 3.0, Operations, provides us with the Army's keystone fighting doctrine. Army operations doctrine builds on the collective knowledge and wisdom gained through recent combat operations, Stability Operations, Support Operations, numerous exercises, and the deliberate process of informed reasoning throughout the Army. It is rooted in time-tested principles and fundamentals, while accommodating new technologies and diverse threats to national security.

3.
FM 34-1, Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operations, is the Army's capstone manual for MI doctrine. As the Army moved to incorporate new technologies for diverse threats, the MI Branch conducted a detailed assessment of its own that resulted in an approved MI Force Design Update. This update resulted in major changes in MI that are addressed in FM 34-1 and incorporated into this MTP.

4.
This MTP is designed specifically for the MI Company of an Armored Calvary Regiment equipped with emerging digitized technology and systems. This MTP replaces the collective tasks found in ARTEP 34-113-11-MTP and ARTEP 34-113-12-MTP dated 29 September 1995 for this type of unit.

5.
Although the collective tasks contained in this manual are generic in nature, the MI Branch Concept and all new emerging systems and organizations are reflected in the appropriate places. As tactics, techniques, and procedures are developed for emerging systems, they will be included into future editions of this document and additional ARTEPs.

6.
MI commanders are encouraged to use this as a guide to develop their training programs. Units affected by this document may not be exactly alike in composition or in the way they carry out their missions. The commander must modify the training and evaluation outlines (T&EOs) to fit the training requirements of their units.

7.
Unless this publication states otherwise, masculine nouns and pronouns do not refer exclusively to men.

8.
The proponent for this publication is the United States Army Intelligence Center & Fort Huachuca (USAIC&FH). Submit changes or suggestions for improving this publication on DA Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms) to Commander, USAIC&FH, ATTN: ATZS-FDR-TA, Fort Huachuca, AZ 85613-6000.

ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
CHAPTER 1 Unit Training
1-1. General. This mission training plan (MTP) provides the commander and leaders with guidance on how to train the key missions of the unit. The specific details of the unit's training program depends on the following factors:
a.
Unit's mission-essential task list (METL).

b.
Chain of command training directives and guidance.

c.
Training priorities of the unit.

d.
Availability of training resources and areas.

1-2. Supporting Material. This MTP describes a critical mission-oriented training program that is part of the next higher echelon's training program. This relationship is illustrated in Figure 1-1. The unit's training program consists of:
a.
ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP for the Military Intelligence Company (Armored Cavalry Regiment (ACR)). This Army Training and Evaluation Program (ARTEP) indicates the relationship of the regiment's training program to the company training program.

b.
Soldier training publications (STPs) for the appropriate military occupational specialty (MOS) and skill levels (SLs).

c.
Officer Foundation Standards (OFS) manual for platoon leaders.

ARTEP FOR THE ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE COMPANY MTP
OFFICER FOUNDATIONSOLDIER TRAINING STANDARDS MANUALPUBLICATIONS
Figure 1-1. MTP echelon relationship.
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1-3. Contents. This MTP is organized into six chapters and two appendices:
a.
Chapter 1, Unit Training, provides the explanation and organization of this MTP. This chapter explains how to use this MTP in establishing an effective training program.

b.
Chapter 2, Training Matrix, shows the relationship between missions and collective tasks.

c.
Chapter 3, Mission Outline, presents a graphic portrayal of the relationship between missions and their subordinate tasks.

d.
Chapter 4, Training Exercises, consists of a field training exercise (FTX) and supporting situational training exercises (STX). They provide training information and a preconstructed scenario. Also, they can serve as a part of an internal or external evaluation. These exercises may be modified to suit the training needs of the unit.

e.
Chapter 5, Training and Evaluation Outlines (T&EO), provides the training and evaluation criteria for all the tasks the unit must master to effectively perform its mission. Each task is a training and evaluation outline that identifies task steps, performance measures, and individual and leader tasks. Each T&EO is part of a mission and, in various combinations, composes training exercises in Chapter 4.

f.
Chapter 6, External Evaluation, provides instructions for the planning, preparation, and execution of an external evaluation.

g.
Appendix A, Combined Arms Training Strategy, provides user information, a description of the training strategy, and a task template.

h.
Appendix B, Battlefield Operating Systems (BOS), provides a description of each of the Army's BOS systems.

1-4. Mission and Tasks.
a. This MTP concerns specified missions found in the table of organization and equipment (TOE) and implied missions that this unit must perform in order to accomplish the specified missions. The critical missions are the focus for this unit. The commander may supplement these missions with his own. The following is a listing of the missions for this unit:
(1)
Deploy/Redeploy.

(2)
Protect the Force.

(3)
Communicate.

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(4)
Move.

(5)
Maintain/Sustain/Resupply.

(6)
Command and Control.

(7)
Provide Intelligence Support.

b.
Each of these missions may be trained individually or jointly with other missions. Training is based on the criteria described in the T&EOs. Several T&EOs can be trained as a STX. Various combinations of STXs can be used to develop a FTX for the unit to practice its entire mission responsibility. Several STXs can be developed into an external evaluation designed by the next higher echelon to evaluate the unit's ability to perform multiple missions under stress in a realistic environment.

c.
Section tasks are trained in much the same way as described above. Leader tasks that support the unit's missions are trained through STP and OFS training, battle simulations, and execution of this unit's missions.

d.
Individual tasks that support unit tasks are mastered by training to standards in the appropriate STP.

1-5. Principles of Training. This MTP is based on the training principles found in FM 25-100, Training the Force. For further information, see Paragraph 1-7 below.
1-6. Training Strategy. The training program developed and executed by a unit to train to standards in its critical missions is a component of the Army's Combined Arms Training Strategy (CATS). The purpose of the CATS is to provide direction and guidance on how the Total Army trains and identifies the resources required to support that training. CATS provides the tools that enable the Army to focus and manage training in an integrated manner. Central to the CATS is a series of proponent generated unit and institutional strategies that describe the training and training resources required to train to standard.
a.
The unit training strategies central to CATS provide the commander with a descriptive "menu" for training reflecting that while there is an optimal way to train to standard, it is unlikely that all units in the Army have the exact mix of resources required to execute an optimal training strategy.

b.
This unit's training strategy is composed of three separate training strategies. When integrated with the training tasks found in the MTP, they form a comprehensive and focused training strategy that allows the unit to train to standard. The elements of this unit's training strategy are-

(1)
Combined Arms Training Strategy. CATS is intended to provide a set of recommended training frequencies for key training events in a unit and depict those resources that are required to support the training events.

(2)
Soldier strategy. The soldier strategy provides an annual plan for

training and maintaining skills at the individual level and lists the resources required to train a soldier.
c.
A critical element in the unit training strategy is the identification of critical training gates. Critical training gates are defined as training events that must be conducted to standard before moving on to a more difficult or resource intensive training event or task. Training gates follow the crawl, walk, run training methodology. For instance, if the unit training strategy calls for conducting a FTX and a STX has been identified as a critical training gate for the FTX, the training tasks contained in the STX must be trained to standard prior to conducting the FTX. Standards for all tasks must be clearly defined so that the trainer can assess the preparedness of his soldiers, or unit(s), to move on to more complex training events. The provision for critical training gates recognizes that the unit's METL and the commander's assessment of his unit's training status will determine the selection and timing of the collective training exercises in a specific unit's training strategy.

d.
When developing the unit's training plan, the commander identifies the training tasks from the MTP required to train his METL.

1-7. Conducting Training. This MTP is designed to facilitate the planning, preparation, and conduct of unit training as explained in the FM 25-100, Training the Force, and FM 25-101, Battle Focused Training.
a.
The commander assigns the missions and tasks for training based on his METL and the training guidance from the next higher headquarters. Trainers must plan and execute training in support of this guidance.

b.
The commander reviews the mission outline in Chapter 3 to determine whether the FTX and STXs provided will support or can be modified to support the senior commander's guidance. If they do not support the guidance or need to be modified, refer to the matrix in Chapter 2. The matrix provides a listing of collective tasks that must be mastered to perform the mission.

c.
The commander prioritizes the tasks that need training. He never has time to
train everything. He must orient on the greatest challenges and most difficult
sustainment skills.

d.
The commander integrates training tasks into the training schedule by-­

(1) Listing the tasks in the priority and frequency they need to be trained.
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(2)
Determining the amount of time required and how multi-echelon training can be used for the best results.

(3)
Determining where the training can take place.

(4)
Determining who is responsible for what. The leader of the element being trained must always be involved.

(5)
Organizing his requirements into blocks of time and training vehicles.

e.
The commander must approve the list of tasks to be trained and schedule them on the unit training schedule.

f.
The commander must determine the equipment and supplies needed to conduct the training.

g.
The commander must keep subordinate leaders informed and oversee their training. The standards must be rigidly enforced.

1-8. Force Protection (Safety).
a. Safety is a component of force protection. Commanders, leaders, and soldiers use risk assessment and management to tie force protection into the mission. Risk management assigns responsibility, institutionalizes the commander's review of operational safety, and leads to decision making at a level of command appropriate to the risk. The objective of safety is to help units protect combat power through accident prevention, which enables units to win fast and decisively with minimum losses. Safety is an integral part of all combat operations and begins with readiness. Readiness determines a unit's ability to perform its METL to standard. Readiness standards addressed during METL assessment are:
(1)
Soldiers with the self-discipline to consistently perform tasks to standard.

(2)
Leaders who are ready, willing, and able to enforce standards.

(3)
Training that provides skills needed for performance to standard.

(4)
Standards and procedures for task preference that are clear and practical.

(5)
Support for task preference, including equipment, personnel,
maintenance, facilities, and service.

b.
Risk management is a tool that addresses the root causes (readiness
shortcomings) of accidents. It assists commanders and leaders in not only identifying

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c. Safety demands total chain of command involvement in planning, preparing, executing, and evaluating training. The chain of command responsibilities include--
(1)
Commanders, who must--

(a)
Seek optimum, not adequate, performance.

(b)
Specify the risk acceptable to accomplish the mission.

(c)
Select risk reductions provided by staff.

(d)
Accept or reject residual risk, based on the benefit to be derived.

(e)
Train and motivate leaders at all levels to effectively use risk management concepts.

(2)
Staff, who must--

(a)
Assist the commander in assessing risks and develop risk reduction options for training.

(b)
Integrate risk controls in plans, orders, METL standards, and performance measures.

(c)
Eliminate unnecessary safety restrictions that diminish training effectiveness.

(d)
Assess safety performance during training; evaluate safety performance during after action reviews (AARs).

(3)
Subordinate leaders, who must--

(a)
Apply consistently effective risk management concepts and
methods to operations they lead.

(b)
Report risk issues beyond their control or authority to their
superiors.

(4)
Individual soldiers, who must-

(a)
Report unsafe conditions, act, and correct the situation when possible.

(b)
Establish a buddy system to keep a safety watch on one another.

(c)
Take responsibility for personal safety.

(d)
Work as a team member.

(e)
Modify own risk behavior.

d.
Risk management is a five-step cyclic process that is easily integrated into the decision making process outlined in FM 101-5. The five steps are—

(1)
Identify Hazards. Identify the most probable hazards for the missions.

(2)
Assess Hazards. Analyze each hazard to determine the probability of its causing an accident and the probable effect of the accident. Identify control options to eliminate or reduce the hazard. The Army Standard Risk Assessment Matrix (Figure 1-2) is a tool for assessing hazards.

HAZARD P - OB • = ILITY

ME 0... PROBABLE.OCCA.S......RE 1.1.11F 1,1,013.4. f
A B C D E
E F CATASTROPHIC I
F CRITICAL II HIGH
E C MARGINAL I II MEDIUM
T NEGLIGIBLE IV LOW

• Effect
Catastrophic Death or permanent total disability, system loss, major property damage. CriticalePermanent partial disability, temporary total disability in excess of 3 months, major system damage, significant property damage MarginaleMinor injury, lost workday accident, compensable injury or illness, minor system damage, minor property damage NegligibleeFirst aid or minor supportive medical treatment, minor system impairment
Probability FrequenteIndividual soldier/item e Occurs often in career/equipment service life. All soldiers exposed or item inventory eContinuously experienced. ProbableeIndividual soldier/item e Occurs several times in career/equipment service life. All soldiers exposed or item inventory eOccurs frequently. OccasionaleIndividual soldier/item e Occurs sometime in career/equipment service life. All soldiers exposed or item inventory eOccurs sporadically, or several times in inventory service life.. RemoteeIndividual soldier/item e Possible to occur in career/equipment service life. All soldiers exposed or item inventory eRemote chance of occurrence; expected to occur sometime in inventory service life. ImprobableeIndividual soldiethtem e Can assume will not occur in career/equipment service life. All soldiers exposed or item inventory ePossible, but improbable; occurs only very rarely.
Risk Levels
Extremely High Loss of ability to accomplish mission.
HigheSignificantly degrades mission capabilities in terms of required mission standards.
MediumeDegrades mission capabilities in terms of required mission.
Low.eLittle or no impact on mission accomplishment.

Figure 1-2. Risk Assessment Matrix.
(3)
Make Risk Decisions. Weigh the risk against the benefits of performing the operations. Accept no unnecessary risks and make any residual decisions at the proper level of command.

(4)
Implement Controls. Integrate specific controls into operational plans (OPLANs), operation orders (OPORDs), standing operating procedures (SOPs) and rehearsals. Communicate controls to the individual soldier.

(5)
Supervise. Determine the effectiveness of controls in reducing the probability and effect of identified hazards to include follow up and after action review. Develop the lessons learned.

e.
Fratricide is a component of force protection and is closely related to safety. Fratricide is the employment of weapons, with the intent to kill the enemy or destroy his equipment, that results in unforeseen and unintentional death, injury, or damage to friendly personnel or equipment. Fratricide is by definition an accident. Risk assessment and management is the mechanism with which incidence of fratricide can be controlled.

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f. The primary causes of fratricide are—
(1)
Direct Fire Control Plan Failures. These occur when units fail to develop defensive and, particularly, offensive fire control plans.

(2)
Land Navigation Failures. These result when units stray out of sector, report wrong locations, and become disoriented.

(3)
Combat Identification Failures. These failures include gunners or pilots being unable to distinguish thermal and optical signatures near the maximum range of their sighting systems and units in proximity mistaking each other for the enemy under limited visibility conditions.

(4)
Inadequate Control Measures. Units fail to disseminate the minimum maneuver and fire support control measures necessary to tie control measures to recognizable terrain or events.

(5)
Reporting Communication Failures. Units at all levels face problems in generating timely, accurate, and complete reports as locations and tactical situations change.

(6)
Weapons Error. Lapses in individual discipline lead to gunnery errors, accidental discharges, mistakes with explosives and hand grenades, and similar incidents.

(7)
Battlefield Hazards. Unexploded ordnance, unmarked or unrecorded minefields, family of scatterable mines (FASCAM), and booby traps litter the battlefield. Failure to mark, remove, record or anticipate these hazards increases the risk of friendly casualties.

g.
Fratricide results in unacceptable losses and increases the risk of mission failure. Fratricide undermines the unit's ability to survive and function. Units experiencing fratricide observe these consequences:

(1)
Loss of confidence in the unit leadership.

(2)
Increasing self-doubt among leaders.

(3)
Hesitation to use supporting combat systems.

(4)
Over supervision of units.

(5)
Hesitation to conduct night operations.

(6)
Loss of aggressiveness during fire and maneuver.

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(7)
Loss of initiative.

(8)
Disrupted operations.

(9)
General degradation of cohesiveness, morale, and combat power.

1-9. Environmental Protection. Protection of natural resources has continued to become an ever increasing concern to the Army. It is the responsibility of all unit leaders to decrease, and if possible, eliminate damage to the environment when conducting training. Environmental risk management parallels safety risk management and is based on the same philosophy as safety risk management. Environmental risk management consists of the following steps:
a.
Identify Hazards. Identify potential sources for environmental degradation during analysis of mission, enemy, terrain and weather, troops, time available and civilian considerations (METT-TC) factors. This requires identification of environmental hazards. An environmental hazard is a condition with the potential for polluting air, soil, or water and or destroying cultural and historical artifacts.

b.
Assess the Hazard. Analyze potential severity of environmental degradation using environmental risk assessment matrixes (Figure 1-3). Severity of environmental degradation is considered when determining the potential effect an operation will have on the environment. The risk impact value is defined as an indicator of the severity of environmental degradation. Quantify the risk to the environment resulting from the operation as extremely high, high, medium, or low, using the environmental risk assessment matrixes.

c.
Make Environmental Risk Decisions. Make decisions and develop measures to reduce high environmental risks.

d.
Brief Chain of Command. Brief chain of command (to include installation environmental office, if applicable) on proposed plans and pertinent high-risk environmental matrixes. Risk decisions are made at a level of command that corresponds to the degree of risk.

e.
Implement Controls. Implement environmental protection measures by integrating them into plans, orders, SOPs, training performance standards, and rehearsals.

f.
Supervise. Supervise and enforce environmental protection standards.

Environmental area I Rating:
Unit Operations Risk Impa ct
Movement of heavy vehicle/systems 5 4 3 2 1 0
Movement of personnel and light 5 4 3 2 1 0
vehicles/systems
Assembly area activities 5 4 3 2 1 0
Field maintenance of equipment 5 4 3 2 1 0
Garrison maintenance of equipment 5 4 3 2 1 0

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Overall Environmental Risk Assessment Form
Category Range Environmental Decision maker
Damage Low -0-58 Little or none Appropriate level Medium 59-117 Minor Appropriate level High 118-149 Significant Division Cmdr Extremely High 150-175 Severe MACOM Cmdr
Risk Categories
Figure 1-3. Environmental Risk Assessment Matrix
10. Evaluation. The T&EOs in Chapter 5 describe standards that must be met for each task.
-
a.
Evaluations can be internal or external. Internal evaluations are conducted at all levels, and they must be inherent in all training. External evaluations are usually more formal and are normally conducted by a headquarters two levels above the unit being evaluated. (See Chapter 6, External Evaluation.)

b.
A critical weakness in training is the failure to evaluate each task every time it is executed. The ARTEP concept is based on simultaneous training and evaluation. Too often, leaders do not practice continuous evaluation. Often, soldiers or small units . are trained to perform a task to standard; then later, when they execute that task as part of a training exercise, they execute it poorly or incorrectly and are not corrected. For this program to work, trainers and leaders must continually evaluate training as it is being executed.

c.
Leaders should emphasize direct, on-the-spot evaluations. Correcting poor performance during individual or small group training is easy to do. In higher-level exercises, it is usually not feasible to do this with outside evaluators, but the opportunity for correction should not be overlooked. Plan AARs at frequent logical intervals during the exercises (usually after the completion of a major subordinate task). This is a proven technique that allows you to correct performance shortcomings while they are still fresh in everyone's mind and prevents reinforcement of bad habits.

d.
FM 25-101 provides detailed instructions for conducting an AAR and detailed guidance on coaching and critiquing during training.

1-11. Feedback. Recommendations for improvement of this MTP are requested. Feedback will help to ensure that this MTP answers the training needs of units in the • field. There is a questionnaire at the end of this MTP to make it easier to send recommendations and comments.
CHAPTER 2
Training Matrixes
2-1. General. The training Listing assists the commander in planning the training of his unit's personnel.
2-2. Mission to Collective Tasks Listing. This listing (Figure 2-2), identifies the missions and their supporting collective tasks. The tasks are listed under the appropriate BOS which are indicated by an X in the listing. The BOS used in this listing are defined in TRADOC Pam 11-9. A specific mission is trained by identifying collective tasks in the vertical column for the mission. Based on the proficiency of the unit, training is focused on operational weaknesses.
The mission identification table listed below (Figure 2-1) provides mission identification for the unit.
Mission Identification Table

Mission Title

COMMAND & CONTROL

• COMMUNICATE


DEPLOY/REDEPLOY

• Generic Mission
• MOVE


PROTECT THE FORCE

• PROVIDE INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT
• PROVIDE SECURITY
• SUSTAIN/MAINTAIN/RESUPPLY
Figure 2-1. Mission Identification Table.
MISSION: COMMAND & CONTROL
Collective Task(s) (11-2-C302.34-0001) Establish and Operate a Single Channel Voice Radio Net with Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS) System Implementation Program (SIP)
(34-2-9016) Execute Military Intelligence Company Operations (ACR)
(34-3-0001) Monitor Platoon Operational Status
(34-3-9000) Execute Collection and Jamming (C&J) Platoon Operations
(34-3-9015) Execute Electronic Warfare (EW) Platoon Operations
(34-3-9020) Execute Service Support Platoon Operations
(17-2-3808.34-0002) Operate the Company Command Post
(17-3-0065.34-0001) Conduct Troop-Leading Procedures
(34-3-9021) Execute Ground Surveillance Radar Platoon Operations

MISSION: COMMUNICATE
Collective Task(s)
(11-2-C302.34-0001) Establish and Operate a Single Channel Voice Radio Net with Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS) System Implementation Program (SIP)
(34-4-0008) Emplace Antenna Group 0E-239 (34-4-0601) Establish an Operational All Source Analysis System (ASAS) After a
Move
(34-4-1201) Establish the Operational Site (Trojan Spirit)
(34-4-1202) Prepare the ANfTSQ-190 (V) for Operation (Trojan Spirit)

(34-5-0050)
(34-5-0051)
(34-5-0053)
(63-2-8018.34-0001)
(11-5-0104.34-0001)

(11-5-0201.34-0001)
(11-5-0202.34-0001)
(11-3-1102.34-0001)
(11-3-C302.34-0001)
(11-5-0102.34-0001)

MISSION: DEPLOY/REDEPLOY
Collective Task(s)
(34-6-2031)
(34-4-0600)
(34-4-1200)
(34-5-0054)
(34-5-0914)
(34-5-0916)
(63-2-8001.34-0001)
(63-2-8002.34-0001)
(63-2-8003.34-0001)
(63-2-8004.34-0001)
(63-2-8005.34-0001)
(63-2-8006.34-0001)
(63-2-8007.34-0001)
(63-2-8008.34-0001)
(63-2-8009.34-0001)
(63-2-8010.34-0001)
(63-2-8011.34-0001)
(63-2-8012.34-0001)
(63-2-8013.34-0001)
(63-2-8014.34-0001)
(63-2-8015.34-0001)
(63-2-8016.34-0001)
(63-2-8017.34-0001)
(63-2-8018.34-0001)
(63-2-8019.34-0001)
(63-2-8020.34-0001)
(63-2-8021.34-0001)
(63-2-8022.34-0001)
(63-2-8023.34-0001)
(63-2-8024.34-0001)
(63-2-8025.34-0001)
(63-2-8026.34-0001)
(63-2-8027.34-0001)
(63-2-8028.34-0001)
(63-2-8029.34-0001)
(71-3-C231.34-0001)
(34-6-2033)

Establish the Common Ground Station (CGS) Site Conduct Common Ground Station (CGS) Pre-Mission Activities Conduct Common Ground Station (CGS) Post-Mission Activities Prepare Vehicles and Equipment for Redeployment Install/Operate/Maintain Frequency Modulated Radio Retransmission Station Operate/Maintain/Troubleshoot Platform with Applique, Precision Lightweight GPS Receiver (PLGR) and SINCGARS System Improvement Program (SIP) Operate/Maintain/Troubleshoot Platform with Applique, EPLRS, Precision Lightweight (GPS) Receiver (PLGR, and SINCGARS System Improvement Program (SIP) Install/Operate/Maintain a Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS) Frequency Hopping (FH) Net Establish and Operate a Single Channel Voice Radio Net Install/Operate/Maintain a Single Channel Voice Radio Station (FM)
Emplace the Analysis and Control Element (ACE) (ACR) Prepare the All Source Analysis System (ASAS) for Redeployment Prepare the ANITSQ-190 (V) Trojan Spirit for Deployment Prepare the Common Ground Station (CGS) for Redeployment Deploy Counterintelligence Team Redeploy Counterintelligence Team Perform Deployment Alert Activities Perform Personnel and Administrative Predeployment Activities Perform Predeployment Training Activities Perform Predeployment Supply Activities Perform Predeployment Maintenance Activities Prepare Vehicles and Equipment for Deployment Prepare Unit for Nontactical Move Conduct Nontactical Road March Perform Sea Port of Embarkation Activities for Deployment Perform Aerial Port of Embarkation Activities for Deployment Perform Aerial Port of Debarkation Activities for Deployment Perform Seaport of Debarkation Activities for Deployment Prepare Equipment Reception Team for Tactical Road March Perform Redeployment Personnel and Administrative Actions Perform Redeployment Training Activities Perform Redeployment Supply Activities Perform Redeployment Maintenance Activities Prepare Vehicles and Equipment for Redeployment Perform Sea Port of Embarkation Activities for Redeployment Perform Aerial Port of Embarkation Activities for Redeployment Perform Aerial Port of Debarkation Activities for Redeployment Perform Home Station Activities Perform Sea Port of Debarkation Activities for Redeployment Perform Demobilization Station Activities Conduct Integration Activities Conduct Staging Activities Plan Unit Mobilization in a Peacetime Environment Plan Unit Deployment Activities Upon Receipt of a Warning Order Plan Unit Redeployment Perform Risk Management Procedures Conduct Intelligence Functions for Deployment (ACR)
MISSION: Generic Mission
Collective Task(s) (34-3-0001) (34-5-0800) (34-5-0806) (34-4-0008) (34-4-0602) (34-4-0600) (34-4-1202) (34-5-0050) (34-5-0051) (34-5-0052) (34-5-0053) (34-5-0054) (07-3-C227.34-0001) (07-3-C228.34-0001) (07-3-C229.34-0001) (63-2-8001.34-0001) (63-2-8002.34-0001) (63-2-8003.34-0001) (63-2-8005.34-0001) (63-2-8006.34-0001) (63-2-8007.34-0001) (63-2-8008.34-0001) (63-2-8012.34-0001) (63-2-8013.34-0001) (63-2-8014.34-0001) (63-2-8015.34-0001) (63-2-8025.34-0001) (63-2-8026.34-0001) (03-2-C310.34-0001)
(03-2-C312.34-0001) (05-3-0301.34-0001) (05-3-0230.34-0001) (05-5-0302.34-0001) (07-2-C314.34-0001) (07-3-C212.34-0001) (07-3-C219.34-0001) (11-5-0104.34-0001)
(19-3-3105.34-0001) (44-3-0220.34-0001) (44-3-0221.34-0001)
(08-2-0003.34-0001) (08-2-C316.34-0001) (08-2-R303.34-0001) (08-2-R315.34-0001) (12-3-C215.34-0001) (12-3-C216.34-0001) (55-2-C325.34-0001) (71-3-C231.34-0001) (11-3-1102.34-0001)
(11-3-0302.34-0001) (11-5-0102.34-0001) (55-2-0324.34-0001) (71-3-C232.34-0001)
Monitor Platoon Operational Status Establish an Electronic Support (ES) or Electronic Attack (EA) Site Perform Limited Analysis of Reported Information Emplace Antenna Group 0E-239 Conduct All Source Analysis System (ASAS) Operations Prepare the All Source Analysis System (ASAS) for Redeployment Prepare the ANTTSQ-190 (V) for Operation (Trojan Spirit) Establish the Common Ground Station (CGS) Site Conduct Common Ground Station (CGS) Pre-Mission Activities Conduct Common Ground Station (CGS) Mission Activities Conduct Common Ground Station (CGS) Post-Mission Activities Prepare the Common Ground Station (CGS) for Redeployment Perform a Tactical Road March Occupy Assembly Area Perform Passage of Lines Perform Deployment Alert Activities Perform Personnel and Administrative Predeployment Activities Perform Predeployment Training Activities Perform Predeployment Maintenance Activities Prepare Vehicles and Equipment for Deployment Prepare Unit for Nontactical Move Conduct Nontactical Road March Perform Seaport of Debarkation Activities for Deployment Prepare Equipment Reception Team for Tactical Road March Perform Redeployment Personnel and Administrative Actions Perform Redeployment Training Activities Conduct Integration Activities Conduct Staging Activities Conduct a Chemical Survey Conduct Thorough Decontamination Operations Construct Wire Entanglements Construct a Protective Obstacle Prepare Crew Served Weapons Fighting Positions Establish Company Defensive Position Defend Unit Position Establish Unit Defense Install/Operate/Maintain Frequency Modulated Radio Retransmission Station Process Captured Documents and Equipment Use Passive Air Defense Measures Take Active Combined Arms Air Defense Measures Against Hostile Aerial Platforms Treat Casualties Transport Casualties Conduct Battlefield Stress Reduction and Prevention Procedures Perform Field Sanitation Functions Combat Battlefield Stress Maintain Platoon Strength Receive External Sling Load Resupply Perform Risk Management Procedures
Install/Operate/Maintain a Single Channel Ground and Airbome Radio System (SINCGARS) Frequency Hopping (FH) Net Establish and Operate a Single Channel Voice Radio Net InstalUOperate/Maintain a Single Channel Voice Radio Station (FM) Conduct a Convoy Maintain Operations Security
(34-5-0214).
(34-4-0007).
(34-4-0005).

(34-4-0006).
(34-5-0003).
(34-5-0004).
(34-4-0009).
(34-4-0010).
(34-4-0011).
(34-4-0012).
(34-4-0013).
(34-4-0601).

(34-4-1200). (34-4-1201). (07-3-C211.34-0001). (11-5-0201.34-0001).
(11-5-0202.34-0001).
(10-2-C320.34-0001). (34-4-0301). (34-4-0302).
(34-4-0303).
(34-4-0304).
(34-4-0305).
(34-4-0306).
MISSION: MOVE

Collective Task(s)
(07-5-1107.34-0001). (07-5-1108.34-0001). (07-5-1109.34-0001). (07-5-1111.34-0001). (17-3-1021.34-0001). (34-5-1117). (34-4-1200). (34-6-2030). (07-3-C211.34-0001). (07-3-C227.34-0001). (07-3-C228.34-0001).
(07-3-C229.34-0001).
(63-2-8007.34-0001). (63-2-8008.34-0001). (55-2-C324.34-0001).
MISSION: PROTECT THE FORCE
Collective Task(s)
Conduct Interrogation Support Operations Employ Remotely Monitored Battlefield Sensor System (REMBASS) Prepare Sensors Anti-Intrusion DT-561/GSQ, DT-562/GSQ, and DT-565/GSQ for Operation Employ the Anti-Intrusion DT-561/GSQ, DT-562/GSQ, and DT-565/GSQ Sensors Establish the Radar Site (GSR) Conduct Search with Radar Prepare the Repeater for Operation Emplace the Repeater for Operation Recover the Repeater Operate the Portable Monitoring Set R-2016 Operate Code Programmer, C-10434/GSQ Establish an Operational All Source Analysis System (ASAS) After a Move Prepare the AN/TSQ-190 (V) Trojan Spirit for Deployment Establish the Operational Site (Trojan Spirit) Move Tactically Operate/Maintain/Troubleshoot Platform with Applique, Precision Lightweight GPS Receiver (PLGR) and SINCGARS System Improvement Program (SIP) Operate/Maintain/Troubleshoot Platform with Applique, EPLRS, Precision Lightweight (GPS) Receiver (PLGR, and SINCGARS System Improvement Program (SIP) Provide Company Supply Support Repair IEW Equipment in a Unit/DS/GS Maintenance Facility Control Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Equipment Repair Process in a Unit/Direct Support/General Support Facility Perform Material Technical Inspection (TI) and Evacuation Operations of IEW Equipment Repair Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Systems/Equipment at a Forward-Deployed Location Conduct Intelligence and Electronic Warfare (IEW) Systems Integration
Operations Perform Quality Assurance on IEW Systems Maintenance Operations
Move Tactically (Dismounted)
Cross Danger Area
Cross Water Obstacle
Establish Surveillance Site (Dismounted)
Execute Actions on Contact
Break Contact
Prepare the ANfTSQ-190 (V) Trojan Spirit for Deployment
Displace the Analysis and Control Element (ACE) (ACR)
Move Tactically
Perform a Tactical Road March
Occupy Assembly Area Perform Passage of Lines Prepare Unit for Nontactical Move Conduct Nontactical Road March Conduct a Convoy (07-5-1111.34-0001) (17-3-1021.34-0001) (34-4-1200) (03-2-C310.34-0001) (03-2-C312.34-0001) (03-3-C201.34-0001)
(03-3-C202.34-0001) (03-3-C203.34-0001) (03-3-C205.34-0001) (03-3-C206.34-0001) (03-3-C208.34-0001) (03-3-C209.34-0001) (03-3-C222.34-0001) (03-3-C223.34-0001) (03-3-C224.34-0001) (03-3-C225.34-0001) (03-3-C226.34-0001) (05-2-C301.34-0001) (05-3-0210.34-0001) (05-3-0301.34-0001) (05-3-C230.34-0001) (05-5-0302.34-0001) (07-2-C314.34-0001) (07-3-C212.34-0001) (07-3-C219.34-0001) (19-3-3105.34-0001) (19-3-3106.34-0001) (44-3-C220.34-0001) (44-3-C221.34-0001)
(08-2-0003.34-0001) (08-2-C316.34-0001) (08-2-R303.34-0001) (08-2-R315.34-0001) (12-3-C215.34-0001) (71-3-C231.34-0001) (55-2-C324.34-0001) (71-3-C232.34-0001)
Establish Surveillance Site (Dismounted) Execute Actions on Contact Prepare the AN/TSQ-190 (V) Trojan Spirit for Deployment Conduct a Chemical Survey Conduct Thorough Decontamination Operations Prepare for Operations Under Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Conditions Prepare for a Chemical Attack Respond to a Chemical Attack Prepare for a Friendly Nuclear Strike Prepare for Nuclear Attack Cross a Radiologically Contaminated Area React to Smoke Operations Respond to the Residual Effects of a Nuclear Attack Respond to the Initial Effects of a Nuclear Attack Condu.A Operational Decontamination Conduct Chemical Reconnaissance Cross a Chemically Contaminated Area Camouflage Vehicles and Equipment Disable Critical Equipment/Material Construct Wire Entanglements Construct a Protective Obstacle Prepare Crew Served Weapons Fighting Positions Establish Company Defensive Position Defend Unit Position Establish Unit Defense Process Captured Documents and Equipment Handle Enemy Prisoners of War Use Passive Air Defense Measures Take Active Combined Arms Air Defense Measures Against Hostile Aerial Platforms Treat Casualties Transport Casualties Conduct Battlefield Stress Reduction and Prevention Procedures Perform Field Sanitation Functions Combat Battlefield Stress Perform Risk Management Procedures Conduct a Convoy Maintain Operations Security
MISSION: PROVIDE INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT
Collective Task(s)
(34-6-2028). Provide Intelligence Support to Targeting (ACR)
(34-2-9016). Execute Military Intelligence Company Operations (ACR)
(34-5-0800). Establish an Electronic Support (ES) or Electronic Attack (EA) Site
(34-3-9000). Execute Collection and Jamming (C&J) Platoon Operations
(34-5-0801). Conduct Voice Communications Intercept or Radio Direction Finding

(RDF) Using AN/TRQ-32A(V)2 (34-5-0803). Conduct Voice Communications Intercept or Radio Direction Finding (RDF) Using the AN/PRD-12 (34-5-0805). Conduct HF OR VHF Electronic Attack ( EA) Operations Using AN/TLQ-
17A(V)3
(34-5-0806). Perform Limited Analysis of Reported Information
(34-5-0915). Perform Counterintelligence Operations
(34-5-0205). Establish Interrogation Site
(34-5-0214). Conduct Interrogation Support Operations
(34-5-0917). Use a Linguist While Conducting an Interrogation
(34-3-9015). Execute Electronic Warfare (EW) Platoon Operations

(34-5-1600)
(34-4-0007)
(344-0005)
(34-4-0006)
(34-4-0014)
(34-5-0003)
(34-5-0004)
(34-4-0009)
(34-4-0010)
(34-4-0011)
(34-4-0008)
(34-4-0012)
(34-4-0013)
(34-4-0602)
(34-5-0050)
(34-5-0051)
(34-5-0052)
(34-5-0053)
(34-5-0054)
(34-6-2021)
(34-6-2022)
(34-6-2023)
(34-6-2024)
(34-6-2025)
(34-6-2026)
(34-6-2027)
(34-6-2029)

(34-5-0913)
(19-3-3105.34-0001)
(34-6-2033)

MISSION: PROVIDE SECURITY
Collective Task(s)
(34-5-0915)
(05-3-0301.34-0001)
(05-3-C230.34-0001)
(05-5-0302.34-0001)
(71-3-C232.34-0001)

Perform Direction Finding (DF) Operations with the AN/TSQ-138
Trailblazer Employ Remotely Monitored Battlefield Sensor System (REMBASS) Prepare Sensors Anti-Intrusion DT-561/GSQ, DT-562/GSQ, and DT-565/GSQ for Operation
Employ the Anti-Intrusion DT-561/GSQ, DT-562/GSQ, and DT-
565/GSQ Sensors Recover the Sensors (Remotely Monitored Battlefield Sensor System (REMBASS)) Establish the Radar Site (GSR) Conduct Search with Radar Prepare the Repeater for Operation Emplace the Repeater for Operation Recover the Repeater Emplace Antenna Group 0E-239
Operate the Portable Monitoring Set R-2016 Operate Code Programmer, C-10434/GSQ Conduct All Source Analysis System (ASAS) Operations Establish the Common Ground Station (CGS) Site Conduct Common Ground Station (CGS) Pre-Mission Activities Conduct Common Ground Station (CGS) Mission Activities Conduct Common Ground Station (CGS) Post-Mission Activities Prepare the Common Ground Station (CGS) for Redeployment Conduct Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB) (ACR) Produce Intelligence Products (ACR) Disseminate Combat Information and Intelligence (ACR) Direct Intelligence Operations (ACR) Maintain the Current Enemy Situation (ACR) Supervise Intelligence Operations (ACR) Process Specific Information Requirements (SIR) Data (ACR) Produce a Reconnaissance, Intelligence, Surveillance and Target Acquisition (RISTA) Plan (ACR) Prepare for Counterintelligence Operations Process Captured Documents and Equipment Conduct Intelligence Functions for Deployment (ACR)
Perform Counterintelligence Operations Construct Wire Entanglements Construct a Protective Obstacle Prepare Crew Served Weapons Fighting Positions Maintain Operations Security
MISSION: SUSTAIN/MAINTAIN/RESUPPLY
Collective Task(s)
(17-2-2000.34-0001) Conduct Assembly Area Activities
(34-3-0001) Monitor Platoon Operational Status
(63-2-8004.34-0001) Perform Predeployment Supply Activities

• (63-2-8005.34-0001) Perform Predeployment Maintenance Activities (63-2-8006.34-0001) Prepare Vehicles and Equipment for Deployment (63-2-8007.34-0001) Prepare Unit for Nontactical Move (63-2-8010.34-0001) Perform Aerial Port of Embarkation Activities for Deployment (63-2-8016.34-0001) Perform Redeployment Supply Activities (63-2-8017.34-0001) Perform Redeployment Maintenance Activities (63-2-8018.34-0001) Prepare Vehicles and Equipment for Redeployment
(07-3-C212.34-0001). Defend Unit Position
(08-2-R315.34-0001). Perform Field Sanitation Functions
(10-2-C317.34-0001). Provide Food Service Support
(10-2-C318.34-0001). Perform Unit Graves Registration (GRREG) Operations
(10-2-C319.34-0001). Receive Airdrop Resupply
(10-2-0320.34-0001). Provide Company Supply Support
(12-2-C321.34-0001). Maintain Company Strength
(12-2-C338.34-0001). Maintain Troop Morale and Combat Capability
(12-3-C216.34-0001). Maintain Platoon Strength

(17-3-1030.34-0001). Rearm/Resupply (34-3-9020). Execute Service Support Platoon Operations (34-4-0301). Repair IEW Equipment in a Unit/DS/GS Maintenance Facility (34-4-0302). Control Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Equipment Repair Process in a Unit/Direct Support/General Support Facility (34-4-0303). Perform Material Technical Inspection (TI) and Evacuation Operations of IEW Equipment (34-4-0304). Repair Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Systems/Equipment at a Forward-Deployed Location (34-4-0305). Conduct Intelligence and Electronic Warfare (IEW) Systems Integration Operations
(34-4-0306). Perform Quality Assurance on IEW Systems Maintenance Operations (43-2-C322.34-0001). Perform Unit Level Maintenance (43-2-C323.34-0001). Manage Unit Maintenance Operations
(55-2-C325.34-0001). Receive External Sling Load Resupply
(55-2-C324.34-0001). Conduct a Convoy

Figure 2-2. Collective Task to Missions.
2-3. Supporting References to Collective Tasks Listing. This listing (Figure 2-3), identifies references that provide additional information on each of the Collective Tasks.
BOS: Develop Intelligence
Collective Task: 34-6-2028.Provide Intelligence Support to Targeting (ACR)
Reference(s)
FM 34-1.INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS

FM 34-3.Intelligence Analysis and Synthesis

FM 34-35.ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT AND SEPERATE BRIGADE INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS
FM 34-8.COMBAT COMMANDERS HANDBOOK ON INTELLIGENCE
FM 6-20-10.TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES FOR THE TARGETING PROCESS
Collective Task: 34-2-9016.Execute Military Intelligence Company Operations (ACR)
Reference(s)
FM 17-95.CAVALRY OPERATIONS
FM 17-95-10.THE ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT AND SQUADRON
FM 34-10.Division Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operations
FM 34-13.MILITARY INTELLIGENCE (MI) BATTALION, COMBAT ELECTRONIC WARFARE INTELLIGENCE (CEWI) (DIV) LEADER'S HANDBOOK FOR PLATOONS AND TEAMS
FM 34-130.INTELLIGENCE PREPARATION OF THE BATTLEFIELD FM 34-2.COLLECTION MANAGEMENT AND SYNCHRONIZATION PLANNING FM 34-3.Intelligence Analysis and Synthesis FM 34-5.HUMAN INTELLIGENCE FM 34-52.INTELLIGENCE INTERROGATION FM 34-60.COUNTERINTELLIGENCE FM 34-8.COMBAT COMMANDER'S HANDBOOK ON INTELLIGENCE FM 34-80.BRIGADE AND BATTALION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE
OPERATIONS Collective Task: 34-3-0001.Monitor Platoon Operational Status Reference(s)
.
FM 34-80 BRIGADE AND BATTALION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS Collective Task: 34-5-0800.Establish an Electronic Support (ES) or Electronic Attack (EA) Site Reference(s)
.
FM 34-10 Division Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operations FM 34-10-2.INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) EQUIPMENT HANDBOOK FM 34-13.MILITARY INTELLIGENCE (MI) BATTALION, COMBAT ELECTRONIC WARFARE INTELLIGENCE (CEWI) (DIV) LEADER'S HANDBOOK FOR
PLATOONS AND TEAMS FM 34-40-3.TACTICAL SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT) ANALYSIS OPERATIONS FM 34-40-7.COMMUNICATIONS JAMMING HANDBOOK FM 34-40-9.DIRECTION FINDING OPERATIONS FM 34-8.COMBAT COMMANDER'S HANDBOOK ON INTELLIGENCE
Collective Task: 34-3-9000 .Execute Collection and Jamming (C&J) Platoon Operations Reference(s)
.
FM 34-13 MILITARY INTELLIGENCE (MI) BATTALION, COMBAT ELECTRONIC WARFARE INTELLIGENCE (CEWI) (DIV) LEADER'S HANDBOOK FOR PLATOONS AND TEAMS
FM 34-3.Intelligence Analysis and Synthesis FM 34-40-3.TACTICAL SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT) ANALYSIS OPERATIONS FM 34-40-7.COMMUNICATIONS JAMMING HANDBOOK
2 - 8
.
FM 34-40-9 DIRECTION FINDING OPERATIONS
FM 34-8 . COMBAT COMMANDER'S HANDBOOK ON INTELLIGENCE
FM 34-80 . BRIGADE AND BATTALION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE
OPERATIONS

Collective Task: 34-5-0801.Conduct Voice Communications Intercept or Radio Direction Finding (RDF) Using ANTTRQ-32A(V)2 Reference(s) FM 34-1 INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS FM 34-10 Division Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operations FM 34-10-2 INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) EQUIPMENT HANDBOOK FM 34-2 COLLECTION MANAGEMENT AND SYNCHRONIZATION PLANNING FM 34-40-9 DIRECTION FINDING OPERATIONS Collective Task: 34-5-0803.Conduct Voice Communications Intercept or Radio Direction Finding (RDF) Using the AN/PRD-12
Reference(s) FM 34-10
FM 34-10-2
FM 34-13
FM 34-2
FM 34-40-3
FM 34-40-9
FM 34-80
Collective Task: 34-5-0805
Reference(s) FM 34-10-2
FM 34-2 FM 34-40-3 FM 34-40-7 FM 34-40-9 Division Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operations
INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) EQUIPMENT HANDBOOK MILITARY INTELLIGENCE (MI) BATTALION, COMBAT ELECTRONIC
WARFARE INTELLIGENCE (CEWI) (DIV) LEADER'S HANDBOOK FOR PLATOONS AND TEAMS COLLECTION MANAGEMENT AND SYNCHRONIZATION PLANNING TACTICAL SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT) ANALYSIS OPERATIONS
DIRECTION FINDING OPERATIONS BRIGADE AND BATTALION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS
Conduct HF OR VHF Electronic Attack ( EA) Operations Using AN/TLQ-17A(V)3
INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) EQUIPMENT HANDBOOK COLLECTION MANAGEMENT AND SYNCHRONIZATION PLANNING TACTICAL SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT) ANALYSIS OPERATIONS COMMUNICATIONS JAMMING HANDBOOK DIRECTION FINDING OPERATIONS
FM 34-80.BRIGADE AND BATTALION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS Collective Task: 34-5-0806.Perform Limited Analysis of Reported Information Reference(s)
FM 34-3.Intelligence Analysis and Synthesis FM 34-40-3.TACTICAL SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT) ANALYSIS OPERATIONS FM 34-40-9.DIRECTION FINDING OPERATIONS
Collective Task: 34-5-0915.Perform Counterintelligence Operations Reference(s)
AR 380-19. INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY
AR 380-67. PERSONNEL SECURITY PROGRAM
AR 381-10. US ARMY INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES
FM 19-30. PHYSICAL SECURITY
FM 34-60. COUNTERINTELLIGENCE
FM 34-7-1. COMMANDER'S HANDBOOK FOR HUMINT COLLECTION IN SASO

Collective Task: 34-5-0205.Establish Interrogation Site Reference(s)
.
FM 34-52 INTELLIGENCE INTERROGATION Collective Task: 34-5-0214.Conduct Interrogation Support Operations Reference(s)
.
FM 34-52 INTELLIGENCE INTERROGATION Collective Task: 34-5-0917.Use a Linguist While Conducting an Interrogation
Reference(s) AR 611-6.ARMY LINGUIST MANAGEMENT FM 34-52.INTELLIGENCE INTERROGATION
Collective Task: 34-3-9015.Execute Electronic Warfare (EW) Platoon Operations Reference(s)
.
FM 34-13 MILITARY INTELLIGENCE (MI) BATTALION, COMBAT ELECTRONIC WARFARE INTELLIGENCE (CEWI) (DIV) LEADER'S HANDBOOK FOR PLATOONS AND TEAMS
FM 34-3.Intelligence Analysis and Synthesis FM 34-40-3.TACTICAL SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT) ANALYSIS OPERATIONS FM 34-40-7.COMMUNICATIONS JAMMING HANDBOOK FM 34-40-9.DIRECTION FINDING OPERATIONS
FM 34-8 . COMBAT COMMANDER'S HANDBOOK ON INTELLIGENCE
FM 34-80 . BRIGADE AND BATTALION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE
OPERATIONS

.
Collective Task: 34-5-1600 Perform Direction Finding (DF) Operations with the ANCTSQ-138 Trailblazer
Reference(s)
ARTEP 34-398-10-DRILL CREW DRILLS FOR THE AN/TSQ-138, TRAILBLAZER, SPECIAL PURPOSE

FM 34-10
FM 34-40-9 Collective Task: 34-4-0007
Reference(s)
FM 34-10-1
FM 34-80.DETECTION SYSTEM Division Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operations DIRECTION FINDING OPERATIONS Employ Remotely Monitored Battlefield Sensor System (REMBASS).
TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES FOR THE REMOTELY MONITORED BATTLEFIELD SENSOR SYSTEM (REMBASS)
BRIGADE AND BATTALION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS
.
REMBASS REMOTELY MONITORED BATTLEFILED SENSOR SYSTEM .
Collective Task: 34-4-0005 Operation
Reference(s) REMBASS
STP 34-96R14-SM-TG
TM 11-6350-220-12
Collective Task: 34-4-0006
Reference(s) REMBASS STP 34-96R14-SM-TG
Collective Task: 34-4-0014 (REMBASS))
Reference(s) REMBASS
Collective Task: 34-5-0003
Reference(s) FM 34-80
Collective Task: 34-5-0004 Prepare Sensors Anti-Intrusion DT-561/GSQ, DT-562/GSQ, and DT-565/GSQ for
REMOTELY MONITORED BATTLEFILED SENSOR SYSTEM
SOLDIER'S MANUAL AND TRAINER'S GUIDE MOS 96R GROUND SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS OPERATOR SKILL LEVEL 1/2/3/4 OPERATOR'S AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE MANUAL: SENSOR,
ANTI-INTRUSION, DT-561/GSQ, DT-562/GSQ, AND DT-565/GSQ Employ the Anti-Intrusion DT-561/GSQ, DT-562/GSQ, and DT-565/GSQ Sensors
REMOTELY MONITORED BATTLEFILED SENSOR SYSTEM
SOLDIER'S MANUAL AND TRAINER'S GUIDE MOS 96R GROUND SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS OPERATOR SKILL LEVEL 1/2/3/4
Recover the Sensors (Remotely Monitored Battlefield Sensor System
REMOTELY MONITORED BATTLEFILED SENSOR SYSTEM
Establish the Radar Site (GSR)
BRIGADE AND BATTALION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE
OPERATIONS
Conduct Search with Radar Reference(s) FM 34-80
TM 11-5840-298-12
Collective Task: 34-4-0009
Reference(s) REMBASS STP 34-96R14-SM-TG
Collective Task: 34-4-0010
Reference(s)
REMBASS
BRIGADE AND BATTALION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS
OPERATOR'S AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE MANUAL (INCLUDING REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS LISTS): RADAR SETS, AN/PPS-5, AN/PPS-5A, AND AN/PPS-5B
Prepare the Repeater for Operation
REMOTELY MONITORED BATTLEFILED SENSOR SYSTEM
SOLDIER'S MANUAL AND TRAINER'S GUIDE MOS 96R GROUND SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS OPERATOR SKILL LEVEL 1/2/3/4
Emplace the Repeater for Operation
REMOTELY MONITORED BATTLEFILED SENSOR SYSTEM
STP 34-96R14-SM-TG SOLDIER'S MANUAL AND TRAINER'S GUIDE MOS 96R GROUND
Collective Task: 34-4-0011
Reference(s) REMBASS STP 34-96R14-SM-TG
Collective Task: 34-4-0008
Reference(s) FM 34-10-1
STP 34-96R14-SM-TG
TM 11-5820-867-12
Collective Task: 34-4-0012
Reference(s) REMBASS STP 34-96R14-SM-TG
TM 11-5820-870-12
Collective Task: 34-4-0013 Reference(s)
• REMBASS
SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS OPERATOR SKILL LEVEL 1/2/3/4 Recover the Repeater
REMOTELY MONITORED BATTLEFILED SENSOR SYSTEM
SOLDIER'S MANUAL AND TRAINER'S GUIDE MOS 96R GROUND SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS OPERATOR SKILL LEVEL 1/2/3/4 Emplace Antenna Group 0E-239
TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES FOR THE REMOTELY MONITORED BATTLEFIELD SENSOR SYSTEM (REMBASS)
SOLDIER'S MANUAL AND TRAINER'S GUIDE MOS 96R GROUND
SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS OPERATOR SKILL LEVEL 1/2/3/4
OPERATOR'S AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE MANUAL: SENSOR MONITORING SET AN/GSQ-187 AND ANTENNA GROUP 0E-239/GSQ-187
Operate the Portable Monitoring Set R-2016
REMOTELY MONITORED BATTLEFILED SENSOR SYSTEM
SOLDIERS MANUAL AND TRAINER'S GUIDE MOS 96R GROUND SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS OPERATOR SKILL LEVEL 1/213/4 OPERATORS AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE MANUAL: MONITOR,
RADIO FREQUENCY, R-2016/GSQ
Operate Code Programmer, C-10434/GSQ
REMOTELY MONITORED BATTLEFILED SENSOR SYSTEM STP 34-96R14-SM-TG
TM 11-6350-288-12
Collective Task: 34-6-2031
Reference(s) FM 21-26 FM 34-1 FM 34-25-3
FM 34-35
FM 34-8 Collective Task: 34-4-0601
Reference(s) FM 21-26 FM 34-1 FM 34-10 FM 34-25 FM 34-35
FM 34-40-3 FM 34-8 FM 34-80
Collective Task: 34-4-0602
Reference(s) FM 3-0 FM 19-30 FM 21-26 FM 34-1 FM 34-10 FM 34-130 FM 34-2
SOLDIER'S MANUAL AND TRAINER'S GUIDE MOS 96R GROUND SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS OPERATOR SKILL LEVEL 1/2/3/4
OPERATOR'S AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE MANUAL: PROGRAMMER SET, CODE C-10434/GSQ
Emplace the Analysis and Control Element (ACE) (ACR)
MAP READING AND LAND NAVIGATION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS ALL-SOURCE ANALYSIS SYSTEM AND THE ANALYSIS AND CONTROL
ELEMENT
ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT AND SEPERATE BRIGADE INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS COMBAT COMMANDER'S HANDBOOK ON INTELLIGENCE Establish an Operational All Source Analysis System (ASAS) After a Move
MAP READING AND LAND NAVIGATION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS Division Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operations CORPS INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT AND SEPERATE BRIGADE INTELLIGENCE
AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS TACTICAL SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT) ANALYSIS OPERATIONS COMBAT COMMANDERS HANDBOOK ON INTELLIGENCE BRIGADE AND BATTALION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE
OPERATIONS Conduct All Source Analysis System (ASAS) Operations
OPERATIONS PHYSICAL SECURITY MAP READING AND LAND NAVIGATION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS Division Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operations INTELLIGENCE PREPARATION OF THE BATTLEFIELD COLLECTION MANAGEMENT AND SYNCHRONIZATION PLANNING FM 34-25 FM 34-3 FM 34-35
FM 34-40-3 FM 34-54 FM 34-8 FM 34-80
Collective Task: 34-4-0600
Reference(s) FM 21-26 FM 34-1 FM 34-10 FM 34-2 FM 34-25 FM 34-3 FM 34-35
FM 34-8 FM 34-80
Collective Task: 34-4-1200
Reference(s) FM 34-1 FM 34-10
Collective Task: 34-4-1201
Reference(s) FM 34-1 FM 34-10
Collective Task: 34-4-1202
Reference(s) FM 34-1 FM 34-10
CORPS INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS Intelligence Analysis and Synthesis ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT AND SEPERATE BRIGADE INTELLIGENCE
AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS TACTICAL SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT) ANALYSIS OPERATIONS BATTLEFIELD TECHNICAL INTELLIGENCE COMBAT COMMANDERS HANDBOOK ON INTELLIGENCE BRIGADE AND BATTALION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE
OPERATIONS Prepare the All Source Analysis System (ASAS) for Redeployment
MAP READING AND LAND NAVIGATION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS Division Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operations COLLECTION MANAGEMENT AND SYNCHRONIZATION PLANNING CORPS INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS Intelligence Analysis and Synthesis ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT AND SEPERATE BRIGADE INTELLIGENCE
AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS COMBAT COMMANDERS HANDBOOK ON INTELLIGENCE BRIGADE AND BATTALION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE
OPERATIONS Prepare the ANTTSQ-190 (V) Trojan Spirit for Deployment
INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS Division Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operations Establish the Operational Site (Trojan Spirit)
INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS Division Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operations Prepare the AN/TSQ-190 (V) for Operation (Trojan Spirit)
INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS
Division Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operations

Collective Task: 34-5-0050 Establish the Common Ground Station (CGS) Site Reference(s)
c
FM 34-10 Division Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operations FM 34-10-2 INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) EQUIPMENT
HANDBOOK FM 34-25 CORPS INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS FM 34-25-1 JOINT SURVEILLANCE TARGET ATTACK RADAR SYSTEM (JOINT STARS) FM 34-25-1A JOINT SURVEILLANCE TARGET ATTACK RADAR SYSTEM (JOINT STARS) FM 34-40-3 TACTICAL SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT) ANALYSIS OPERATIONS FM 34-40-9 DIRECTION FINDING OPERATIONS FM 34-80 BRIGADE AND BATTALION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE
OPERATIONS Collective Task: 34-5-0051 Conduct Common Ground Station (CGS) Pre-Mission Activities Reference(s)

FM 34-10 Division Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operations FM 34-10-2 INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) EQUIPMENT
HANDBOOK FM 34-25-1 JOINT SURVEILLANCE TARGET ATTACK RADAR SYSTEM (JOINT STARS) FM 34-25-1A JOINT SURVEILLANCE TARGET ATTACK RADAR SYSTEM (JOINT STARS) FM 34-40-3 TACTICAL SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT) ANALYSIS OPERATIONS
FM 34-8 COMBAT COMMANDERS HANDBOOK ON INTELLIGENCE
FM 34-80 BRIGADE AND BATTALION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE
OPERATIONS

Collective Task: 34-5-0052 Conduct Common Ground Station (CGS) Mission Activities
Reference(s)

FM 34-10 Division Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operations FM 34-10-2 INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) EQUIPMENT
HANDBOOK FM 34-25-1 JOINT SURVEILLANCE TARGET ATTACK RADAR SYSTEM (JOINT STARS) FM 34-25-1A JOINT SURVEILLANCE TARGET ATTACK RADAR SYSTEM (JOINT STARS) FM 34-40-3 TACTICAL SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT) ANALYSIS OPERATIONS FM 34-8 COMBAT COMMANDERS HANDBOOK ON INTELLIGENCE FM 34-80 BRIGADE AND BATTALION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE
OPERATIONS
Collective Task: 34-5-0053 Reference(s)
FM 34-10 FM 34-10-2
FM 34-25-1 FM 34-25-1A Collective Task: 34-5-0054 Reference(s)
FM 34-10 FM 34-10-2
FM 34-25-1 FM 34-25-1A FM 34-80
Collective Task: 34-6-2021
Reference(s) FM 101-5 FM 101-5-1 FM 21-26 FM 34-1 FM 34-130 FM 34-35
FM 34-60 FM 34-8 FM 34-80
Collective Task: 34-6-2022
Reference(s)
FM 101-5 FM 101-5-1 FM 34-130 Conduct Common Ground Station (CGS) Post-Mission Activities
Division Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operations
INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) EQUIPMENT
HANDBOOK
JOINT SURVEILLANCE TARGET ATTACK RADAR SYSTEM (JOINT STARS)
JOINT SURVEILLANCE TARGET ATTACK RADAR SYSTEM (JOINT STARS)
Prepare the Common Ground Station (CGS) for Redeployment

Division Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operations

INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) EQUIPMENT
HANDBOOK
JOINT SURVEILLANCE TARGET ATTACK RADAR SYSTEM (JOINT STARS)
JOINT SURVEILLANCE TARGET ATTACK RADAR SYSTEM (JOINT STARS)
BRIGADE AND BATTALION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE

OPERATIONS
Conduct Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB) (ACR)

STAFF ORGANIZATION AND OPERATIONS
OPERATIONAL TERMS AND GRAPHICS
MAP READING AND LAND NAVIGATION
INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS
INTELLIGENCE PREPARATION OF THE BATTLEFIELD
ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT AND SEPERATE BRIGADE INTELLIGENCE

AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS
COUNTERINTELLIGENCE
COMBAT COMMANDERS HANDBOOK ON INTELLIGENCE
BRIGADE AND BATTALION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE

OPERATIONS .
Produce Intelligence Products (ACR)

STAFF ORGANIZATION AND OPERATIONS
OPERATIONAL TERMS AND GRAPHICS
INTELLIGENCE PREPARATION OF THE BATTLEFIELD

FM 34-3 Intelligence Analysis and Synthesis
FM 34-35 ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT AND SEPERATE BRIGADE INTELLIGENCE
AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS
FM 34-60 COUNTERINTELLIGENCE
FM 34-8 COMBAT COMMANDERS HANDBOOK ON INTELLIGENCE
Collective Task: 34-6-2023 Disseminate Combat Information and Intelligence (ACR)
Reference(s)
FM 101-5 STAFF ORGANIZATION AND OPERATIONS
FM 34-1 INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS
FM 34-3 Intelligence Analysis and Synthesis
FM 34-35 ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT AND SEPERATE BRIGADE INTELLIGENCE
AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS
FM 34-8 COMBAT COMMANDERS HANDBOOK ON INTELLIGENCE
Collective Task: 34-6-2024 Direct Intelligence Operations (ACR)
Reference(s)
FM 101-5 STAFF ORGANIZATION AND OPERATIONS
FM 34-1 INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS
FM 34-3 Intelligence Analysis and Synthesis
FM 34-35 ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT AND SEPERATE BRIGADE INTELLIGENCE
AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS
FM 34-8 COMBAT COMMANDER'S HANDBOOK ON INTELLIGENCE
Collective Task: 34-6-2025 Maintain the Current Enemy Situation (ACR)
Reference(s)
FM 101-5 STAFF ORGANIZATION AND OPERATIONS
FM 34-1 INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS
FM 34-130 INTELLIGENCE PREPARATION OF THE BATTLEFIELD
FM 34-3 Intelligence Analysis and Synthesis
FM 34-35 ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT AND SEPERATE BRIGADE INTELLIGENCE
AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS
FM 34-8 COMBAT COMMANDER'S HANDBOOK ON INTELLIGENCE
Collective Task: 34-6-2026 Supervise Intelligence Operations (ACR)
Reference(s)
FM 34-1 INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS

FM 34-35 ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT AND SEPERATE BRIGADE INTELLIGENCE
AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS
FM 34-8 COMBAT COMMANDER'S HANDBOOK ON INTELLIGENCE
Collective Task: 34-6­2027 Process Specific Information Requirements (SIR) Data (ACR)
Reference(s)
FM 101-5-1 OPERATIONAL TERMS AND GRAPHICS
FM 34-1 INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS
FM 34-2 COLLECTION MANAGEMENT AND SYNCHRONIZATION PLANNING
FM 34-3 Intelligence Analysis and Synthesis
FM 34-35 ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT AND SEPERATE BRIGADE INTELLIGENCE
AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS
FM 34-8 COMBAT COMMANDER'S HANDBOOK ON INTELLIGENCE
Collective Task: 34-6-2029 Produce a Reconnaissance, Intelligence, Surveillance and Target Acquisition

(RISTA) Plan (ACR)
Reference(s) FM 34-1 INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS FM 34-2 COLLECTION MANAGEMENT AND SYNCHRONIZATION PLANNING FM 34-2-1 TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES FOR RECONNAISSANCE AND
SURVEILLANCE AND INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO COUNTERRECONNAISSANCE FM 34-3 Intelligence Analysis and Synthesis FM 34-35 ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT AND SEPERATE BRIGADE INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS FM 34-8 COMBAT COMMANDER'S HANDBOOK ON INTELLIGENCE Collective Task: 34-6-2030 Displace the Analysis and Control Element (ACE) (ACR) Reference(s) FM 21-26 MAP READING AND LAND NAVIGATION FM 34-1 INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS FM 34-25-3 ALL-SOURCE ANALYSIS SYSTEM AND THE ANALYSIS AND CONTROL ELEMENT FM 34-35 ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT AND SEPERATE BRIGADE INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS
BOS: Deploy/Conduct Maneuver Collective Task: 07-5-1107.34-0001 Move Tactically (Dismounted) Reference(s)
FM 7-8 INFANTRY RIFLE PLATOON AND SQUAD (HOW TO FIGHT)
FM 90-13 RIVER CROSSING OPERATIONS
FM 90-8 COUNTERGUERRILLA OPERATIONS

Collective Task: 07-5-1108.34-0001 Cross Danger Area
Reference(s)
FM 7-8 INFANTRY RIFLE PLATOON AND SQUAD (HOW TO FIGHT)

Collective Task: 07-5-1109.34-0001 Cross Water Obstacle
Reference(s)
FM 7-8 INFANTRY RIFLE PLATOON AND SQUAD (HOW TO FIGHT)
FM 90-13 RIVER CROSSING OPERATIONS
FM 90-8 COUNTERGUERRILLA OPERATIONS

Collective Task: 07-5-1111.34- 0001 Establish Surveillance Site (Dismounted)
Reference(s)
FM 7-93 LONG-RANGE SURVEILLANCE UNIT OPERATIONS

Collective Task: 17-3-1021.34- 0001 Execute Actions on Contact Reference(s) FM 17-95 CAVALRY OPERATIONS
Collective Task: 34-5-1117 Break Contact Reference(s) FM 34-2-1 TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES FOR RECONNAISSANCE AND SURVEILLANCE AND INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO
COUNTERRECONNAISSANCE FM 7-8 INFANTRY RIFLE PLATOON AND SQUAD (HOW TO FIGHT) FM 7-92 THE INFANTRY RECONNAISSANCE PLATOON AND SQUAD (AIRBORNE,
AIR ASSAULT, LIGHT INFANTRY) THIS ITEM IS INCLUDED ON EM 0019 Collective Task: 07-3-C211.34-0001 Move Tactically
Reference(s)
FM 7-10 THE INFANTRY RIFLE COMPANY
FM 7-20 THE INFANTRY BATTALION
FM 7-7 THE MECHANIZED INFANTRY PLATOON AND SQUAD (APC)
STP 7-11 B24-SM-TG SOLDIERS MANUAL, SKILL LEVELS 1/2/3/4 AND TRAINERS GUIDE, CMF11,

INFANTRY Collective Task: 07-3-C227.34-0001 Perform a Tactical Road March Reference(s) FM 21-18 FOOT MARCHES
FM 7-10 THE INFANTRY RIFLE COMPANY
FM 7-70 LIGHT INFANTRY PLATOON/SQUAD
FM 7-8 INFANTRY RIFLE PLATOON AND SQUAD (HOW TO FIGHT)

Collective Task: 07-3-C228.34-0001 Occupy Assembly Area
Refeience(s)
FM 20-3 CAMOUFLAGE
FM 7-10 THE INFANTRY RIFLE COMPANY
FM 71-1 TANK AND MECHANIZED INFANRY COMPANY TEAM
FM 7-7 THE MECHANIZED INFANTRY PLATOON AND SQUAD (APC)
FM 7-8 INFANTRY RIFLE PLATOON AND SQUAD (HOW TO FIGHT)
Collective Task: 07-3-C229.34-0001 Perform Passage of Lines
Reference(s) FM 7-10 FM 7-7 FM 7-70 FM 7-8
Collective Task: 34-5-0913 Reference(s) FM 34-60
Collective Task: 34-5-0914 Reference(s) FM 34-60 Collective Task: 34-5-0916 Reference(s) FM 34-60
THE INFANTRY RIFLE COMPANY THE MECHANIZED INFANTRY PLATOON AND SQUAD (APC) LIGHT INFANTRY PLATOON/SQUAD INFANTRY RIFLE PLATOON AND SQUAD (HOW TO FIGHT) Prepare for Counterintelligence Operations
COUNTERINTELLIGENCE Deploy Counterintelligence Team
COUNTERINTELLIGENCE Redeploy Counterintelligence Team
COUNTERINTELLIGENCE
Collective Task: 63-2-8001.34-0001 Perform Deployment Alert Activities
Reference(s) FM 100-17 MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION HANDBOOK REF 97-1 UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER HANDBOOK
Collective Task: 63-2-8002.34-0001 Perform Personnel and Administrative Predeployment Activities Reference(s) FM 100-17 MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION Collective Task: 63-2-8003.34-0001 Perform Predeployment Training Activities
Reference(s)
FM 100-17 MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION

Collective Task: 63-2-8004.34-0001 Perform Predeployment Supply Activities Reference(s) FM 100-17 MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION
Collective Task: 63-2-8005.34-0001 Perform Predeployment Maintenance Activities Reference(s) FM 100-17 MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION Collective Task: 63-2-8006.34-0001 Prepare Vehicles and Equipment for Deployment
Reference(s) FM 100-17 MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION HANDBOOK REF 97-1 UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER HANDBOOK
Collective Task: 63-2-8007.34-0001 Prepare Unit for Nontactical Move
Reference(s) FM 55-10 MOVEMENT CONTROL FM 55-30 ARMY MOTOR TRANSPORT UNITS AND OPERATIONS HANDBOOK REF 97-1 UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER HANDBOOK
Collective Task: 63-2-8008.34-0001 Conduct Nontactical Road March
Reference(s) FM 55-10 MOVEMENT CONTROL FM 55-30 ARMY MOTOR TRANSPORT UNITS AND OPERATIONS HANDBOOK REF 97-1 UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER HANDBOOK
Collective Task: 63-2-8009.34-0001 Perform Sea Port of Embarkation Activities for Deployment
Reference(s) FM 100-17 MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION FM 55-50 ARMY WATER TRANSPORT OPERATIONS HANDBOOK REF 97-1 UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER HANDBOOK
Collective Task: 63-2-8010.34-0001 Perform Aerial Port of Embarkation Activities for Deployment Reference(s)
FM 100-17 MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION
FM 55-10 MOVEMENT CONTROL
FM 55-12 MOVEMENT OF UNIT IN AIR FORCE AIRCRAFT
. FM 55-9 UNIT AIR MOVEMENT PLANNING

HANDBOOK REF 97-1 UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER HANDBOOK
Collective Task: 63-2-8011.34-0001 Perform Aerial Port of Debarkation Activities for Deployment Reference(s)
FM 100-17 MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION
FM 55-10 MOVEMENT CONTROL
FM 55-12 MOVEMENT OF UNIT IN AIR FORCE AIRCRAFT
FM 55-9 UNIT AIR MOVEMENT PLANNING
HANDBOOK REF 97-1 UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER HANDBOOK

Collective Task: 63-2-8012.34-0001 Perform Seaport of Debarkation Activities for Deployment
Reference(s) FM 100-17
MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION FM 55-50 ARMY WATER TRANSPORT OPERATIONS HANDBOOK REF 97-1 UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER HANDBOOK
Collective Task: 63-2-8013.34-0001 Prepare Equipment Reception Team for Tactical Road March
Reference(s) FM 100-14 RISK MANAGEMENT FM 55-10 MOVEMENT CONTROL FM 63-2-2 COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT OPERATIONS HANDBOOK REF 97-1 UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER HANDBOOK Collective Task: 63-2-8014.34-0001 Perform Redeployment Personnel and Administrative Actions
Reference(s) FM 100-17 MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION HANDBOOK REF 97-1 UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER HANDBOOK
Collective Task: 63-2-8015.34-0001 Perform Redeployment Training Activities Reference(s) FM 100-17 MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION
HANDBOOK REF 97-1 UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER HANDBOOK Collective Task: 63-2-8016.34-0001 Perform Redeployment Supply Activities
Reference(s) FM 100-17 MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION HANDBOOK REF 97-1 UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER HANDBOOK
Collective Task: 63-2-8017.34-0001 Perform Redeployment Maintenance Activities Reference(s) FM 100-17 MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION
HANDBOOK REF 97-1 UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER HANDBOOK Collective Task: 63-2-8018.34-0001 Prepare Vehicles and Equipment for Redeployment
Reference(s)
MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION HANDBOOK REF 97-1 UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER HANDBOOK Collective Task: 63-2-8019.34-0001 Perform Sea Port of Embarkation Activities for Redeployment Reference(s)
FM 100-17
FM 100-17 MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION
FM 55-1 TRANSPORTATION OPERATIONS
FM 55-10 MOVEMENT CONTROL
FM 55-50 ARMY WATER TRANSPORT OPERATIONS

HANDBOOK REF 97-1 UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER HANDBOOK Collective Task: 63-2-8020.34-0001 Perform Aerial Port of Embarkation Activities for Redeployment
Reference(s) FM 100-17 MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION FM 55-1' TRANSPORTATION OPERATIONS FM 55-10 MOVEMENT CONTROL FM 55-60 ARMY TERMINAL OPERATIONS FM 55-9 UNIT AIR MOVEMENT PLANNING HANDBOOK REF 97-1 UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER HANDBOOK Collective Task: 63-2-8021.34-0001 Perform Aerial Port of Debarkation Activities for Redeployment
Reference(s) FM 55-1 TRANSPORTATION OPERATIONS FM 55-10 MOVEMENT CONTROL FM 55-60 ARMY TERMINAL OPERATIONS FM 55-9 UNIT AIR MOVEMENT PLANNING HANDBOOK REF 97-1 UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER HANDBOOK Collective Task: 63-2-8022.34-0001 Perform Home Station Activities
Reference(s)
DA PAM 360-525 FAMILY ASSISTANCE HANDBOOK FOR MOBILIZATION FM 100-17 MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION Collective Task: 63-2-8023.34-0001 Perform Sea Port of Debarkation Activities for Redeployment
ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
Reference(s)
FM 100-17. MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION
FM 55-1. TRANSPORTATION OPERATIONS
FM 55-10. MOVEMENT CONTROL
FM 55-50. ARMY WATER TRANSPORT OPERATIONS

HANDBOOK REF 97-1 UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER HANDBOOK Collective Task: 63-2-8024.34-0001 .Perform Demobilization Station Activities Reference (s)
.
FM 100-17 MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION Collective Task: 63-2-8025.34-0001 .Conduct Integration Activities Reference(s)
.
FM 100-17-3 RECEPTION, STAGING, ONWARD MOVEMENT, AND INTEGRATION Collective Task: 63-2-8026.34-0001 .Conduct Staging Activities Reference(s)
.
FM 100-17-3 RECEPTION, STAGING, ONWARD MOVEMENT, AND INTEGRATION HANDBOOK REF 97-1 UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER HANDBOOK Collective Task: 63-2-8027.34-0001.Plan Unit Mobilization in a Peacetime Environment Reference(s)
.
FM 100-17 MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION FM 100-23.PEACE OPERATIONS HANDBOOK REF 97-1 UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER HANDBOOK
Collective Task: 63-2-8028.34-0001 .Plan Unit Deployment Activities Upon Receipt of a Warning Order
Reference(s) FM 100-17.MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION FM 55-10.MOVEMENT CONTROL FM 55-312.MILITARY CONVOY OPERATIONS IN THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES FM 55-9.UNIT AIR MOVEMENT PLANNING HANDBOOK REF 97-1 UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER HANDBOOK
Collective Task: 63-2-8029.34-0001.Plan Unit Redeployment
Reference(s) FM 100-17 MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, REDEPLOYMENT, DEMOBILIZATION FM 55-1 TRANSPORTATION OPERATIONS FM 55-10 MOVEMENT CONTROL
HANDBOOK REF 97-1 UNIT MOVEMENT OFFICER HANDBOOK
BOS: Protect the Force
Collective Task: 03-2-C310.34-0001 .Conduct a Chemical Survey Reference(s)
.
FM 3-19 NBC RECONNAISSANCE FM 3-3. CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE Collective Task: 03-2-C312.34-0001.Conduct Thorough Decontamination Operations Reference(s)
FM 3-100. NBC OPERATIONS
FM 3-3. CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE
FM 3-4. NBC PROTECTION
FM 3-5. NBC DECONTAMINATION

Collective Task: 03-3-C201.34-0001 .Prepare for Operations Under Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Conditions Reference(s) FM 3-100.NBC OPERATIONS FM 3-3. CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE FM 3-4. NBC PROTECTION Collective Task: 03-3-C202.34-0001 .Prepare for a Chemical Attack Reference(s)
.
FM 3-100 NBC OPERATIONS FM 3-4. NBC PROTECTION Collective Task: 03-3-C203.34-0001 .Respond to a Chemical Attack
Reference(s) FM 3-100.NBC OPERATIONS FM 3-3. CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE FM 3-4. NBC PROTECTION FM 3-5. NBC DECONTAMINATION
Collective Task: 03-3-C205.34-0001 .Prepare for a Friendly Nuclear Strike
Reference(s)
FM 3-3 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE

FM 3-4. NBC PROTECTION
Collective Task: 03-3-C206.34-0001.Prepare for Nuclear Attack Reference(s)
FM 3-100. NBC OPERATIONS
FM 3-3. CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE
FM 3-4. NBC PROTECTION

Collective Task: 03-3-C208.34-0001.Cross a Radiologically Contaminated Area
Reference(s) FM 3-100.NBC OPERATIONS FM 3-3. CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE FM 3-4. NBC PROTECTION Collective Task: 03-3-C209.34-0001 .React to Smoke Operations Reference(s)
.
FM 3-50 SMOKE OPERATIONS FM 3-50-1.SMOKE UNIT OPERATIONS (FM TBP) Collective Task: 03-3-C222.34-0001 .Respond to the Residual Effects of a Nuclear Attack
Reference(s) . FM 3-100.NBC OPERATIONS FM 3-3. CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE FM 3-4. NBC PROTECTION
Collective Task: 03-3-0223.34-0001 .Respond to the Initial Effects of a Nuclear Attack Reference(s) FM 3-100.NBC OPERATIONS
FM 3-3. CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE FM 3-4. NBC PROTECTION Collective Task: 03-3-C224.34-0001.Conduct Operational Decontamination Reference(s)
.
FM 3-100 NBC OPERATIONS FM 3-5. NBC DECONTAMINATION STP 21-1-SMCT.SOLDIER'S MANUAL OF COMMON TASKS (SMCT) SKILL LEVEL 1 STP 3-54B2-4-SM-TG-PROP .SOLDIER'S MANUAL CHEMICAL OPERATIONS SPECIALIST MOS
54B SKILL LEVEL 2 STP 3-54B2-SM.SOLDIER'S MANUAL CHEMICAL OPERATIONS SPECIALIST MOS 54B SKILL LEVEL 2 Collective Task: 03-3-C225.34-0001.Conduct Chemical Reconnaissance
Reference(s)
ARM PH-32 NBC REFERENCE GUIDE
FM 3-100 NBC OPERATIONS
FM 3-19 NBC RECONNAISSANCE
FM 3-3 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE
FM 3-5 NBC DECONTAMINATION

Collective Task: 03-3-C226.34-0001 Cross a Chemically Contaminated Area
Reference(s) FM 3-3 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE Collective Task: 05-2-C301.34 -0001.Camouflage Vehicles and Equipment Reference(s)
.
FM 20-3 CAMOUFLAGE Collective Task: 05-3-0210.34- 0001.Disable Critical Equipment/Material Reference(s)
.
GTA 5-2-XX-10 DESTROY EQUIPMENT TO PREVENT ENEMY USE
Collective Task: 05-3-0301.34- 0001.Construct Wire Entanglements
Reference(s) 5660-00-921-5561 CONCERTINA TAPE FM 5-100 ENGINEER OPERATIONS FM 5-102 COUNTERMOBILITY FM 5-34 ENGINEER FIELD DATA
.
Collective Task: 05-3-C230.34-0001 Construct a Protective Obstacle
Reference(s) FM 17-15 TANK PLATOON FM 5-100 ENGINEER OPERATIONS FM 5-102 COUNTERMOBILITY FM 5-34 ENGINEER FIELD DATA
.
Collective Task: 05-5-0302.34-0001 Prepare Crew Served Weapons Fighting Positions
Reference(s)
.
FM 23-67 MACHINE GUN, 7.62-MM M60 .
FM 7-20 THE INFANTRY BATTALION .
. FM 7-7 THE MECHANIZED INFANTRY PLATOON AND SQUAD (APC) Collective Task: 07-2-C314.34-0001 Establish Company Defensive Position
ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
Reference(s)
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FM 7-10 THE INFANTRY RIFLE COMPANY
FM 7-8. INFANTRY RIFLE PLATOON AND SQUAD (HOW TO FIGHT) Collective Task: 07-3-C212.34-0001 .Defend Unit Position
Reference(s)
FM 7-7. THE MECHANIZED INFANTRY PLATOON AND SQUAD (APC)
FM 7-70. LIGHT INFANTRY PLATOON/SQUAD
FM 7-8. INFANTRY RIFLE PLATOON AND SQUAD (HOW TO FIGHT)

Collective Task: 07-3-C219.34-0001 .Establish Unit Defense
Reference(s)
FM 7-7. THE MECHANIZED INFANTRY PLATOON AND SQUAD (APC)
FM 7-70.LIGHT INFANTRY PLATOON/SQUAD
FM 7-8. INFANTRY RIFLE PLATOON AND SQUAD (HOW TO FIGHT)

Collective Task: 11-5-0104.34-0001 .Install/Operate/Maintain Frequency Modulated Radio Retransmission
Station
Reference(s) FM 11-32.FM 20-3.FM 24-18.FM 24-19.FM 24-33.
FM 24-35.FM 24-35-1.FM 3-4. FM 3-5. COMBAT NET RADIO OPERATIONS CAMOUFLAGE TACTICAL SINGLE-CHANNEL RADIO COMMUNICATIONS TECHNIQUES RADIO OPERATORS HANDBOOK COMMUNICATIONS TECHNIQUES: ELECTRONIC COUNTER-
COUNTERMEASURES COMMUNICATION-ELECTRONICS OPERATIONS INSTRUCTIONS (CEOI) SIGNAL SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTIONS NBC PROTECTION NBC DECONTAMINATION
TM 11-5820-401-10-1 OPERATORS MANUAL FOR RADIO SETS...ANNRC-49 TM 11-5820-401-12.OPERATOR'S AND UNIT MAINTENANCE MANUAL FOR CONTROL RADIO C-22299NRC AND HANDSET H-250/U Collective Task: 11-5-0201.34-0001.Operate/Maintain/Troubleshoot Platform with Applique, Precision Lightweight GPS Receiver (PLGR) and SINCGARS System Improvement Program (SIP) Reference(s)
.
FM 11-50 COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS WITHIN THE DIVISION (HEAVY AND LIGHT) FM 20-3.CAMOUFLAGE
FM 24-19.RADIO OPERATOR'S HANDBOOK FM 24-35.COMMUNICATION-ELECTRONICS OPERATIONS INSTRUCTIONS (CEOI) FM 24-35-1.SIGNAL SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTIONS FM 25-100.TRAINING THE FORCE FM 3-4. NBC PROTECTION FM 3-5. NBC DECONTAMINATION
Collective Task: 11-5-0202.34-0001 .Operate/Maintain/Troubleshoot Platform with Applique, EPLRS, Precision Lightweight (GPS) Receiver (PLGR, and SINCGARS System Improvement Program
(SIP)
Reference(s)
FM 11-50. COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS WITHIN THE DIVISION (HEAVY AND LIGHT)
FM 20-3. CAMOUFLAGE
FM 24-19. RADIO OPERATORS HANDBOOK
FM 24-35. COMMUNICATION-ELECTRONICS OPERATIONS INSTRUCTIONS (CEOI)
FM 24-35-1. SIGNAL SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTIONS
FM 25-100. TRAINING THE FORCE
FM 3-4. NBC PROTECTION
FM 3-5. NBC DECONTAMINATION

Collective Task: 19-3-3105.34-0001 .Process Captured Documents and Equipment Reference(s)
.
AR 380-20 THE ARMY COUNTERINTELLIGENCE PROGRAM STANAG 2084.HANDLING AND REPORTING OF CAPTURED ENEMY EQUIPMENT AND DOCUMENTS STP 34-97B14-SM-TG SOLDIER'S MANUAL AND TRAINERS GUIDE MOS 97B COUNTERINTELLIGENCE ASSISTANT/AGENT SKILL LEVEL 1/2/3/4 Collective Task: 19-3-3106.34-0001.Handle Enemy Prisoners of War Reference(s)
AR 380-20.THE ARMY COUNTERINTELLIGENCE PROGRAM AR 381-20.US ARMY COUNTERINTELLIGENCE ACTVITIES STP 34-97B14-SM-TG SOLDIERS MANUAL AND TRAINER'S GUIDE MOS 97B
COUNTERINTELLIGENCE ASSISTANT/AGENT SKILL LEVEL 1/2/3/4 STP 34-97E1-SM.SOLDIER'S MANUAL MOS 97E INTERROGATOR SKILL LEVEL 1 STP 34-97E24-SM-TG SOLDIER'S MANUAL AND TRAINERS GUIDE MOS 97E INTERROGATOR
SKILL LEVELS 2/3/4 Collective Task: 44-3-C220.34-0001.Use Passive Air Defense Measures Reference(s)
FM 101-5-1. OPERATIONAL TERMS AND GRAPHICS
FM 20-3. CAMOUFLAGE
FM 44-30. VISUAL AIRCRAFT RECOGNITION
FM 44-8. COMBINED ARMS FOR AIR DEFENSE
FM 55-30. ARMY MOTOR TRANSPORT UNITS AND OPERATIONS

Collective Task: 44-3-C221.34-0001.Take Active Combined Arms Air Defense Measures Against Hostile Aerial Platforms
Reference(s)
.
FM 44-30 VISUAL AIRCRAFT RECOGNITION .
FM 44-8 COMBINED ARMS FOR AIR DEFENSE
BOS: Perform CSS and Sustainment
Collective Task: 08-2-0003.34-0001.Treat Casualties Reference(s)
AR 350-41. TRAINING IN UNITS
AR 600-8-1. ARMY CASUALTY OPERATIONS/ ASSISTANCE/ INSURANCE
FM 21-11. FIRST AID FOR SOLDIERS
FM 3-4. NBC PROTECTION
FM 3-5. NBC DECONTAMINATION

STP 21-1-SMCT.SOLDIER'S MANUAL OF COMMON TASKS (SMCT) SKILL LEVEL 1
STP 21-24-SMCT.SOLDIER'S MANUAL OF COMMON TASKS (SMCT) SKILL LEVEL 2-4
Collective Task: 08-2-C316.34-0001 .Transport Casualties
Reference(s)
.
051-E-0006 ENFORCE COMPANY COMPLIANCE WITH HOST-NATION, FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS AR 385-10.THE ARMY SAFETY PROGRAM AR 600-8-1.ARMY CASUALTY OPERATIONS/ ASSISTANCE/ INSURANCE FM 3-0. OPERATIONS FM 12-6.PERSONNEL DOCTRINE FM 20-400.MILITARY ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION FM 21-11.FIRST AID FOR SOLDIERS
FM 3-4. NBC PROTECTION
FM 3-5. NBC DECONTAMINATION
FM 57-38. PATHFINDER OPERATIONS
FM 8-10. HEALTH SERVICE SUPPORT IN A THEATER OF OPERATIONS

Collective Task: 08-2-R303.34-0001.Conduct Battlefield Stress Reduction and Prevention Procedures
Reference(s) 158-M-1385.IMPLEMENT MEASURES TO REDUCE OPERATIONAL STRESS DA PAM 600-63-10.STRESS MANAGEMENT MODULE FOR "FIT TO WIN" PROGRAM FM 22-51.LEADERS' MANUAL FOR COMBAT STRESS CONTROL FM 26-2.MANAGEMENT OF STRESS IN ARMY OPERATIONS FM 3-4. NBC PROTECTION FM 3-5. NBC DECONTAMINATION
Collective Task: 08-2-R315.34-0001 .Perform Field Sanitation Functions Reference(s) AR 385-10.THE ARMY SAFETY PROGRAM
AR 40-5.PREVENTIVE MEDICINE FM 21-10.FIELD HYGIENE AND SANITATION FM 21-10-1.UNIT FIELD SANITATION TEAM FM 3-4. NBC PROTECTION FM 3-5. NBC DECONTAMINATION
Collective Task: 10-2-C317.34-0001 .Provide Food Service Support Reference(s)
.
FM 10-23 BASIC DOCTRINE FOR ARMY FIELD FEEDING AND CLASS I OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT FM 10-23-1.COMMANDERS GUIDE TO FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS
Collective Task: 10-2-C318.34-0001 .Perform Unit Graves Registration (GRREG) Operations Reference(s) FM 10-63.HANDLING OF DECEASED PERSONNEL IN THEATERS OF OPERATIONS
FM 10-63-1.GRAVES REGISTRATION HANDBOOK FM 3-4. NBC PROTECTION FM 3-5. NBC DECONTAMINATION
Collective Task: 10-2-C319.34-0001.Receive Airdrop Resupply
• ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
Reference(s) FM 100-27 . US ARMY/US AIR FORCE FOR JOINT AIRBORNE AND TACTICAL AIRLIFT
OPERATIONS
FM 10-27. GENERAL SUPPLY IN THEATERS OF OPERATIONS

FM 10-500-1.AIRDROP SUPPORT OPERATIONS IN A THEATER OF OPERATIONS FM 10-500-7.AIRDROP DERIGGING AND RECOVERY PROCEDURES Collective Task: 10-2-C320.34-0001.Provide Company Supply Support
Reference(s)
AR 710-2 INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SUPPLY POLICY BELOW THE WHOLESALE LEVEL DA PAM 710-2-1 USING UNIT SUPPLY SYSTEM (MANUAL PROCEDURES) FM 3-4 NBC PROTECTION FM 34-35 ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT AND SEPERATE BRIGADE INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS FM 3-5. NBC DECONTAMINATION Collective Task: 12-2-C321.34-0001 .Maintain Company Strength Reference(s) FM 101-5.STAFF ORGANIZATION AND OPERATIONS FM 12-15.WARTIME CASUALTY REPORTING FM 12-6.PERSONNEL DOCTRINE TC 12-16.PAC NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER'S GUIDE
Collective Task: 12-2-C338.34-0001.Maintain Troop Morale and Combat Capability Reference(s) FM 21-20.PHYSICAL FITNESS TRAINING
FM 22-9.SOLDIER PERFORMANCE IN CONTINUOUS OPERATIONS FM 26-2.MANAGEMENT OF STRESS IN ARMY OPERATIONS Collective Task: 12-3-C215.34-0001 .Combat Battlefield Stress Reference(s)
.
FM 22-9 SOLDIER PERFORMANCE IN CONTINUOUS OPERATIONS FM 26-2.MANAGEMENT OF STRESS IN ARMY OPERATIONS Collective Task: 12-3-C216.34-0001 .Maintain Platoon Strength Reference(s)
.
FM 12-15 WARTIME CASUALTY REPORTING FM 12-6.PERSONNEL DOCTRINE
FM 3-3. CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE
FM 3-5. NBC DECONTAMINATION
TC 12-16. PAC NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS GUIDE

Collective Task: 34-3-9020.Execute Service Support Platoon Operations
Reference(s)
FM 11-41.SIGNAL SUPPORT: ECHELON CORPS AND BELOW (ECB)
FM 11-490-2.ARMY COMMUNICATIONS FACILITIES: TELECOMMUNICATIONS CENTER

OPERATING PROCEDURES FM 11-50.COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS WITHIN THE DIVISION (HEAVY AND LIGHT) Collective Task: 34-4-0301.Repair IEW Equipment in a Unit/DSIGS Maintenance Facility Reference(s)
.
AR 710-2 INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SUPPLY POLICY BELOW THE WHOLESALE LEVEL AR 725-50.REQUISITIONING, RECEIPT, & ISSUE SYSTEM (NG AND USAR ONLY) AR 750-1.ARMY MATERIAL MAINTENANCE POLICY AND RETAIL MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS Collective Task: 34-4-0302.Control Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Equipment Repair Process in a Unit/Direct Support/General Support Facility Reference(s)
.
AR 710-2 INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SUPPLY POLICY BELOW THE WHOLESALE LEVEL AR 750-1.ARMY MATERIAL MAINTENANCE POLICY AND RETAIL MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS STP 34-33W14-SM-STP SOLDIER'S MANUAL OF COMMON TASKS SKILL LEVEL 1 Collective Task: 34-4-0303.Perform Material Technical Inspection (TI) and Evacuation Operations of IEW
Equipment Reference(s) AR 700-138.ARMY LOGISTICS READINESS AND SUSTAINABILITY
AR 725-50.REQUISITIONING, RECEIPT, & ISSUE SYSTEM (NG AND USAR ONLY) AR 735-5.POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR PROPERTY ACCOUNTABILITY AR 750-1.ARMY MATERIAL MAINTENANCE POLICY AND RETAIL MAINTENANCE
OPERATIONS Collective Task: 34-4-0304.Repair Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Systems/Equipment at a Forward-Deployed Location Reference(s)
.
AR 700-138 ARMY LOGISTICS READINESS AND SUSTAINABILITY
AR 725-50.REQUISITIONING, RECEIPT, & ISSUE SYSTEM (NG AND USAR ONLY)

AR 750-1.ARMY MATERIAL MAINTENANCE POLICY AND RETAIL MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS DA PAM 710-2-1.USING UNIT SUPPLY SYSTEM (MANUAL PROCEDURES) DA PAM 710-2-2.SUPPLY SUPPORT ACTIVITY SUPPLY SYSTEM: MANUAL PROCEDURES DA PAM 750-1.LEADERS UNIT LEVEL MAINTENANCE HANDBOOK
FM 21-26. MAP READING AND LAND NAVIGATION
FM 24-18. TACTICAL SINGLE-CHANNEL RADIO COMMUNICATIONS TECHNIQUES
FM 24-35. COMMUNICATION-ELECTRONICS OPERATIONS INSTRUCTIONS (CEOI)
FM 43-11. INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS
FM 43-5. UNIT MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS

STP 21-1-SMCT.SOLDIERS MANUAL OF COMMON TASKS (SMCT) SKILL LEVEL 1 STP 21-24-SMCT.SOLDIER'S MANUAL OF COMMON TASKS (SMCT) SKILL LEVEL 2-4 STP 34-33W14-SM-STP SOLDIERS MANUAL OF COMMON TASKS SKILL LEVEL 1
Collective Task: 34-4-0305.Conduct Intelligence and Electronic Warfare (IEW) Systems Integration Operations Reference(s)
.
AR 750-1 ARMY MATERIAL MAINTENANCE POLICY AND RETAIL MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS Collective Task: 34-4-0306 .Perform Quality Assurance on IEW Systems Maintenance Operations Reference(s)
.
AR 385-10 THE ARMY SAFETY PROGRAM AR 750-1.ARMY MATERIAL MAINTENANCE POLICY AND RETAIL MAINTENANCE
OPERATIONS FM 24-18.TACTICAL SINGLE-CHANNEL RADIO COMMUNICATIONS TECHNIQUES FM 24-35.COMMUNICATION-ELECTRONICS OPERATIONS INSTRUCTIONS (CEOI) FM 3-100.NBC OPERATIONS FM 3-4. NBC PROTECTION FM 3-5. NBC DECONTAMINATION FM 43-5.UNIT MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS STP 21-24-SMCT.SOLDIERS MANUAL OF COMMON TASKS (SMCT) SKILL LEVEL 2-4
Collective Task: 43-2-C322.34-0001.Perform Unit Level Maintenance Reference(s)
.
AR 220-1 UNIT STATUS REPORTING AR 385-10.THE ARMY SAFETY PROGRAM AR 385-30.SAFETY COLOR CODE MARKINGS AND SIGNS AR 385-40.ACCIDENT REPORTING AND RECORDS AR 700-138.ARMY LOGISTICS READINESS AND SUSTAINABILITY AR 750-1.ARMY MATERIAL MAINTENANCE POLICY AND RETAIL MAINTENANCE
OPERATIONS DA PAM 738-750.THE ARMY MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (TAMMS) DA PAM 750-35.FUNCTIONAL USERS GUIDE FOR MOTOR POOL OPERATIONS
FM 20-22.VEHICLE RECOVERY OPERATIONS
FM 43-5.UNIT MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS
Collective Task: 43-2-C323.34-0001.Manage Unit Maintenance Operations

Reference(s)
.
FM 43-5 UNIT MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS Collective Task: 55-2-C325.34-0001.Receive External Sling Load Resupply
Reference(s)
101-Y-0003.SUPERVISE SUPPLY OPERATIONS AT THE COMPANY LEVEL DA PAM 710-2-1.USING UNIT SUPPLY SYSTEM (MANUAL PROCEDURES) FM 10-15.BASIC DOCTRINE MANUAL FOR SUPPLY AND STORAGE FM 10-27.GENERAL SUPPLY IN THEATERS OF OPERATIONS FM 10-27-4.ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPLY FOR UNIT LEADERS FM 10-60.SUBSISTANCE SUPPLY AND MANAGEMENT IN THEATERS OF
OPERATIONS
SUPPLY UPDATE.UNIT SUPPLY UPDATE
SUPPLY UPDATE SB 708-48.UNIT SUPPLY UPDATE SB 708-48
UPDATE 13.UNIT SUPPLY UPDATE
UPDATE 2-14.UNIT SUPPLY UPDATE 2-14

Collective Task: 71-3-C231.34-0001.Perform Risk Management Procedures Reference(s)
.
154-R-6667 SUPERVISE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS AT COMPANY LEVEL AR 385-10.THE ARMY SAFETY PROGRAM FM 100-14.RISK MANAGEMENT
BOS: Exercise Command and Control
Collective Task: 11-2-C302.34-0001.Establish and Operate a Single Channel Voice Radio Net with Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS) System Implementation Program
(SIP)
Reference(s) FM 20-3.FM 24-1.FM 24-18.FM 24-33.
FM 24-35.FM 24-35-1.FM 3-4. FM 3-5. CAMOUFLAGE SIGNAL SUPPORT IN THE AIRLAND BATTLE TACTICAL SINGLE-CHANNEL RADIO COMMUNICATIONS TECHNIQUES COMMUNICATIONS TECHNIQUES: ELECTRONIC COUNTER-
COUNTERMEASURES COMMUNICATION-ELECTRONICS OPERATIONS INSTRUCTIONS (CEOI) SIGNAL SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTIONS NBC PROTECTION NBC DECONTAMINATION
Collective Task: 11-3-1102.34-0001.Install/Operate/Maintain a Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS) Frequency Hopping (FH) Net
Reference(s)
FM 20-3.FM 24-18.FM 24-19.FM 24-33.
FM 24-35.FM 24-35-1.FM 3-4. FM 3-5. CAMOUFLAGE
TACTICAL SINGLE-CHANNEL RADIO COMMUNICATIONS TECHNIQUES RADIO OPERATORS HANDBOOK COMMUNICATIONS TECHNIQUES: ELECTRONIC COUNTER-
COUNTERMEASURES COMMUNICATION-ELECTRONICS OPERATIONS INSTRUCTIONS (CEOI) SIGNAL SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTIONS NBC PROTECTION NBC DECONTAMINATION
Collective Task: 11-3-C302.34-0001.Establish and Operate a Single Channel Voice Radio Net Reference(s)
FM 24-1. SIGNAL SUPPORT IN THE AIRLAND BATTLE
FM 24-18. TACTICAL SINGLE-CHANNEL RADIO COMMUNICATIONS TECHNIQUES
FM 24-19. RADIO OPERATORS HANDBOOK
FM 24-33. COMMUNICATIONS TECHNIQUES: ELECTRONIC COUNTER-
COUNTERMEASURES

Collective Task: 11-5-0102.34-0001.Install/Operate/Maintain a Single Channel Voice Radio Station (FM) Reference(s)
FM 20-3. CAMOUFLAGE
FM 24-18. TACTICAL SINGLE-CHANNEL RADIO COMMUNICATIONS TECHNIQUES
FM 24-19. RADIO OPERATORS HANDBOOK
FM 24-33. COMMUNICATIONS TECHNIQUES: ELECTRONIC COUNTER-
COUNTERMEASURES
FM 24-35. COMMUNICATION-ELECTRONICS OPERATIONS INSTRUCTIONS (CEO!)
FM 24-35-1. SIGNAL SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTIONS
FM 3-4. NBC PROTECTION
FM 3-5. NBC DECONTAMINATION

Collective Task: 17-2-3808.34-0002.Operate the Company Command Post Reference(s) FM 100-1.THE ARMY
FM 100-34.Command and Control
FM 100-34-1.Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Command Post Operations
FM 3-0. OPERATIONS
FM 34-35.ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT AND SEPERATE BRIGADE INTELLIGENCE
AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS Collective Task: 34-3-9021.Execute Ground Surveillance Radar Platoon Operations Reference(s)
.
FM 34-80 BRIGADE AND BATTALION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS FM 34-80-1-ST.DIGITIZED BRIGADE INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS (DRAFT) Collective Task: 34-6-2033.Conduct Intelligence Functions for Deployment (ACR) Reference(s)
FM 101-5.STAFF ORGANIZATION AND OPERATIONS FM 34-1.INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS FM 34-10.Division Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operations FM 34-130.INTELLIGENCE PREPARATION OF THE BATTLEFIELD FM 34-25.CORPS INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS FM 34-3.Intelligence Analysis and Synthesis FM 34-35.ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT AND SEPERATE BRIGADE INTELLIGENCE
AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS
.
FM 71-100 DIVISION OPERATIONS .
Collective Task: 55-2-C324.34-0001 Conduct a Convoy Reference(s)
.
FM 55-30 ARMY MOTOR TRANSPORT UNITS AND OPERATIONS
FM 9.16. EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE RECONNAISSANCE
.

Maintain Operations Security
Collective Task: 71-3-C232.34-0001
Reference(s) AR 380-5 DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY INFORMATION SECURITY PROGRAM AR 530-1 OPERATIONS SECURITY FM 19-30 PHYSICAL SECURITY FM 20-3 CAMOUFLAGE FM 24-18 TACTICAL SINGLE-CHANNEL RADIO COMMUNICATIONS TECHNIQUES FM 34-60 COUNTERINTELLIGENCE FM 34-62 COUNTER SIGNAL INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS TM 11-5810-256-OP-2 OPERATING PROCEDURES FOR COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
EQUIPMENT TSEC/KY-57 IN WHEEL VEHICLES TM 11-5810-256-OP-5 OPERATING PROCEDURES FOR COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY EQUIPMENT TSEC/KY-57 IN RETRANS Figure 2-3. Collective Task to Supporting References.
2-4. Individual Task to Collective Task Listing. This listing (Figure 2-4), identifies the relationship that exists between the Collective Tasks in this publication and the Individual Tasks that support them.
03-2-C310.34-000I Conduct a Chemical Survey
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s) 031-503-1013(SL1) DECONTAMINATE YOURSELF AND INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT USING CHEMICAL DECONTAMINATING KITS 031-503-1015(SL1) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH THE APPROPRIATE MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR 031-503-1035(SL1) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION
USING YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE MASK 031-503-1037(SLI) DETECT CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M8 OR M9 DETECTOR PAPER 071-326-0503(SL1) Move Over, Through, or Around Obstacles (Except Minefields)
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
031-503-1023(SL2)
031-503-200l (SL2)
031 -503-3002(SL2) 031 -503-3004(SL2) 031 -503-3008(SL2 ) 031 -506-2061(SL2) 850-001 -2000(SL2)
PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN
CHANGING MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR IDENTIFY CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M256-SERIES CHEMICAL AGENT DETECTOR KIT
CONDUCT UNMASKING PROCEDURES SUPERVISE THE CROSSING OF A CONTAMINATED AREA IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE CONDUCT A MASK FIT TEST Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
03-2-C312.34-0001Conduct Thorough Decontamination Operations Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s) 031-503-1013(SL1)
031-503-1015(SLI)
031-503-1019(SLI) 031-503-1035(SLI)
031-503-1036(SLI) 031-503-1037(SL1)
DECONTAMINATE YOURSELF AND INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT USING CHEMICAL DECONTAMINATING KITS PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH THE APPROPRIATE MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR REACT TO CHEMICAL OR BIOLOGICAL HAZARD OR ATTACK
PROTECT YOURSELF FROM CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION USING YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE MASK MAINTAIN YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE MASK DETECT CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M8 OR M9 DETECTOR PAPER
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s) 031 -503-1023(SL2)
031-503-200I(SL2)
031-503-3002(SL2) 031-503-3010(SL2)
031-506-1053(SL2) 850-001-2000(SL2)
PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN
CHANGING MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR IDENTIFY CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M256-SERIES CHEMICAL AGENT DETECTOR KIT
CONDUCT UNMASKING PROCEDURES
SUPERVISE EMPLOYMENT OF NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, OR CHEMICAL MARKERS REPORT NBC INFORMATION USING NBC 4 REPORT Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
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850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
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DODDOA 019118
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
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850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
03-3-C201.34-0001Prepare for Operations Under Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Conditions
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s) 031-503-1015(SL1) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH THE APPROPRIA fE MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR 031-503-1035(SLI) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION
USING YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE MASK 031-503-1036(SL1) MAINTAIN YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE MASK 031-503-1037(SLI) DETECT CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M8 OR M9 DETECTOR PAPER
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
031-503-1023(SL2) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN

CHANGING MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR 031-503-3004(SL2) SUPERVISE THE CROSSING OF A CONTAMINATED AREA 031 -503-3008(SL2) IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE 031-503-3010(SL2) SUPERVISE EMPLOYMENT OF NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, OR CHEMICAL
MARKERS 031-503-4002(SL2) SUPERVISE UNIT PREPARATION FOR NBC ATTACK 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
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850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
03-3-C202.34-000I Prepare for a Chemical Attack
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s) 031-503-1015(SL1) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH THE
APPROPRIATE MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR 031-503-1019(SL1) REACT TO CHEMICAL OR BIOLOGICAL HAZARD OR ATTACK 031 -503 -1035(SL I ) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION
USING YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE MASK 031-503-1037(SLI) DETECT CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M8 OR M9 DETECTOR PAPER
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
031-503-1023(SL2) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN
CHANGING MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR
031-503-2001(SL2) IDENTIFY CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M256-SERIES CHEMICAL AGENT
DETECTOR KIT
031-503-3008(SL2) IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE
031-503-3010(SL2) SUPERVISE EMPLOYMENT OF NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, OR CHEMICAL

MARKERS
031-503 -4002(SL2) • SUPERVISE UNIT PREPARATION FOR NBC ATTACK
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
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850-001-300 l(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
03-3-C203.34-0001 Respond to a Chemical Attack
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
031-503-1013(SL1) DECONTAMINATE YOURSELF AND INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT USING
CHEMICAL DECONTAMINATING KITS
031-503-1015(SLI) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH THE

APPROPRIATE MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR
031-503-1019(SLI) REACT TO CHEMICAL OR BIOLOGICAL HAZARD OR ATTACK
031-503-I035(SLI) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM CHEMICAUBIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION

USING YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE MASK
031-503-1037(SLI) DETECT CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M8 OR M9 DETECTOR PAPER
081-831-1000(SL1) EVALUATE A CASUALTY
081-831-1044(SL1) PERFORM FIRST AID FOR NERVE AGENT INJURY
081-83I-1046(SLI) TRANSPORT A CASUALTY

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
031-503-2001(SL2) IDENTIFY CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M256-SERIES CHEMICAL AGENT

DETECTOR KIT
031-503-3002(SL2) CONDUCT UNMASKING PROCEDURES
031-503-3004(SL2) SUPERVISE THE CROSSING OF A CONTAMINATED AREA
031-503-3005(SL2) SUBMIT NBC I REPORT
03 I -503-3008(SL2) IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE
031-503-3010(SL2) SUPERVISE EMPLOYMENT OF NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, OR CHEMICAL

MARKERS
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DODDOA 019120
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081-831-0101(SL2) REQUEST MEDICAL EVACUATION
.
081-831-1054(SL2) EVACUATE CASUALTIES
.
805C-PAD-2060(SL2 Report Casualties

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850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)

.
850-001-300I(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)

.
850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
03-3-C205.34-000IPrepare for a Friendly Nuclear Strike Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I Individual Task(s)
.
031-503-1015(SLI) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH THE
APPROPRIATE MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR

.
031-503-1018(SLI) REACT TO NUCLEAR HAZARD OR ATTACK
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
031-503-1023(SL2) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN
CHANGING MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR
031-503-3010(SL2) SUPERVISE EMPLOYMENT OF NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, OR CHEMICAL

MARKERS
031-503-4002(SL2) SUPERVISE UNIT PLEPARATION FOR NBC ATTACK
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
031-503-3006 SUPERVISE RADIATION MONITORING
.
850-001-300I(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)

.
850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
03-3-C206.34-0001Prepare for Nuclear Attack Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
• Individual Task(s)
031-503-1015(SL1)
031-503-1018(SLI) 071-326-0513(SLI) 081-831-1007(SL1) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH THE APPROPRIATE MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR REACT TO NUCLEAR HAZARD OR ATTACK Select Temporary Fighting Positions PERFORM FIRST AID FOR BURNS
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s) 031-503-1023(SL2)
031 -503-2023(SL2) 031-503-3005(SL2) 031-503-3010(SL2)
031 -503-4002(SL2) 031-506-1053(SL2) 850-001 -2000(SL2 )
PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN CHANGING MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR MEASURE RADIATION DOSE RATE AND TOTAL DOSE
SUBMIT NBC I REPORT SUPERVISE EMPLOYMENT OF NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, OR CHEMICAL MARKERS
SUPERVISE UNIT PREPARATION FOR NBC ATTACK REPORT NBC INFORMATION USING NBC 4 REPORT Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)

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850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4 Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
03-3-C208.34-000ICross a Radiologically Contaminated Area Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s) 031-503-1015(SLI)
031-503-1018(SL1) 071-326-0503(SL I ) 071-329-1006(SL I ) 071-329-1030(SL1) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH THE APPROPRIATE MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR REACT TO NUCLEAR HAZARD OR ATTACK Move Over, Through, or Around Obstacles (Except Minefields) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
031-503-1023(SL2)
031-503-2023(SL2) 031-503-3004(SL2) 031-503-3010(SL2)
805C-PAD-2060(SL2 850-001-2000(SL2)
PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN CHANGING MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR MEASURE RADIATION DOSE RATE AND TOTAL DOSE
SUPERVISE THE CROSSING OF A CONTAMINATED AREA SUPERVISE EMPLOYMENT OF NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, OR CHEMICAL MARKERS
Report Casualties Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)

850-001-300I(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)

850-00l-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
03-3-C209.34-0001React to Smoke Operations Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1 Individual Task(s)

071-326-0503(SLI ) Move Over, Through, or Around Obstacles (Except Minefields)

071-326-0510(SLI ) React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted

071-326-3002(SL1) React to Indirect Fire While Mounted
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)

850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)

850-001-300 I (SL3 ) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)

850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
03-3-C22234-0001Respond to the Residual Effects of a Nuclear Attack
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
031-503-1015(SL1) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH THE

APPROPRIATE MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR 031-503-1018(SL1) REACT TO NUCLEAR HAZARD OR ATTACK 081-831-1005(SL I ) PERFORM FIRST AID TO PREVENT OR CONTROL SHOCK 081-831-1007(SLI) PERFORM FIRST AID FOR BURNS
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)

031-503-2023(SL2) MEASURE RADIATION DOSE RATE AND TOTAL DOSE
DODDOA 019123
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031-503-4002(SL2) SUPERVISE UNIT PREPARATION FOR NBC ATTACK
031-506-1053(SL2) REPORT NBC INFORMATION USING NBC 4 REPORT 805C-PAD-2060(SL2 Report Casualties 805C-PAD-2461(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report) 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s) 031-503-3006 SUPERVISE RADIATION MONITORING 850-001-300I(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s) 031-503-4003 CONTROL UNIT RADIATION EXPOSURE 850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
03-3-C223.34-000lRespond to the Initial Effects of a Nuclear Attack
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s) 031-503-1013(SLI) DECONTAMINATE YOURSELF AND INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT USING CHEMICAL DECONTAMINATING KITS 031-503-1015(SLI) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH THE APPROPRIATE MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR
031-503-1018(SL1) REACT TO NUCLEAR HAZARD OR ATTACK 081-831-1000(SLI) EVALUATE A CASUALTY 081-831-1005(SLI) PERFORM FIRST AID TO PREVENT OR CONTROL SHOCK
081-831-1007(SL1) PERFORM FIRST AID FOR BURNS 081-831-1016 PUT ON A FIELD OR PRESSURE DRESSING 081-831-1017PUT ON A TOURNIQUET
081-831-1025(SL1) PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN ABDOMINAL WOUND 081-831-1033(SL1) PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN HEAD WOUND 081-831-1034(SLI) PERFORM FIRST AID FOR A SUSPECTED FRACTURE 081-831-1042(SL1) PERFORM MOUTH-TO-MOUTH RESUSCITATION 081-831-1046(SL1) TRANSPORT A CASUALTY
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s) 031 -503-1023(SL2) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN CHANGING MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR
031-503-2023(SL2) MEASURE RADIATION DOSE RATE AND TOTAL DOSE 031-503-3005(SL2) SUBMIT NBC I REPORT 031 -503-3008(SL2) IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE 031 -503-3010(SL2 ) SUPERVISE EMPLOYMENT OF NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, OR CHEMICAL
MARKERS
031 -503-4002(SL2) SUPERVISE UNIT PREPARATION FOR NBC ATTACK
081-831-0101(SL2) REQUEST MEDICAL EVACUATION
081-831-I054(SL2) EVACUATE CASUALTIES

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DODDOA 019124
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) 101 -92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
805C-PAD-2060(SL2 Report Casualties 805C-PAD-2461(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report) 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s) 031-503-3006 SUPERVISE RADIATION MONITORING 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlister! MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
031-503-4003 CONTROL UNIT RADIATION EXPOSURE 09I-CLT-3009(SL4) Supervise Maintenance Operations 850-00I-400l(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
03-3-C224.34-0001 Conduct Operational Decontamination
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s) 031-503-1013(SLI) DECONTAMINATE YOURSELF AND INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT USING CHEMICAL DECONTAMINATING KITS 031-503-1015(SLI) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH THE
APPROPRIATE MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR 031-503-1024REPLACE CANISTER ON YOUR M40-SERIES PROTECTIVE MASK 031-503-1034DECONTAMINATE YOUR INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT USING THE M295 INDIVIDUAL
EQUIPMENT DECONTAMINATION KIT (IEDK) 031-503-1035(SLI) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION
USING YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE MASK 031-503-1036(SLI) MAINTAIN YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE MASK 031-503-1037(SLI) DETECT CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M8 OR M9 DETECTOR PAPER 071-329-1000IDENTIFY TOPOGRAPHIC SYMBOLS ON A MILITARY MAP 071-329-1001 IDENTIFY TERRAIN FEATURES ON A MAP 071-329-1008MEASURE DISTANCE ON A MAP 081-831-1044(SLI) PERFORM FIRST AID FOR NERVE AGENT INJURY
I13-571-1022PERFORM VOICE COMMUNICATIONS 113-600-2001(SL1) Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone 113-637-2001(SLI) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
031-503-1023(SL2) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN
CHANGING MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR
031-503-2001(SL2) IDENTIFY CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M256-SERIES CHEMICAL AGENT
DETECTOR KIT
031-503-3002(SL2) CONDUCT UNMASKING PROCEDURES
03 I -503-3008(SL2) IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE

031-503-3010(SL2) SUPERVISE EMPLOYMENT OF NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, OR CHEMICAL MARKERS
031-506-1053(SL2) REPORT NBC INFORMATION USING NBC 4 REPORT 071-329-1004 DETERMINE THE ELEVATION OF A POINT ON THE GROUND USING A MAP 09I-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) 101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
113-573-8006USE AN AUTOMATED SIGNAL OPERATION INSTRUCTION (S01) 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
031-503-3006 SUPERVISE RADIATION MONITORING 031-507-3003 SUPERVISE HASTY DECONTAMINATION 850-001-300I(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s) 09I-CLT-3009(SL4) Supervise Maintenance Operations 850-00 -4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
03-3-C225.34-000I Conduct Chemical Reconnaissance
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s) 031-503-1013(SLI) DECONTAMINATE YOURSELF AND INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT USING CHEMICAL DECONTAMINATING KITS 031-503-1015(SL1) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH THE
APPROPRIATE MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR 031-503-1019(SL1) REACT TO CHEMICAL OR BIOLOGICAL HAZARD OR ATTACK 031-503-1035(SLI) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM CHEMICAUBIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION
USING YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE MASK 031-503-1036(SLI) MAINTAIN YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE MASK 031-503-1037(SL1) DETECT CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M8 OR M9 DETECTOR PAPER 071-326-0503(SL1) Move Over, Through, or Around Obstacles (Except Minefields)
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s) 031-503-1023(SL2) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN CHANGING MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR 031-503-2001(SL2) IDENTIFY CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M256-SERIES CHEMICAL AGENT
DETECTOR KIT 031-503-3002(SL2) CONDUCT UNMASKING PROCEDURES 031-503-3004(SL2) SUPERVISE THE CROSSING OF A CONTAMINATED AREA
031 -503-3008(SL2 ) IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE 031-503-3010(SL2) SUPERVISE EMPLOYMENT OF NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, OR CHEMICAL
MARKERS
03 I-506-1053(SL2) REPORT NBC INFORMATION USING NBC 4 REPORT
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

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DODDOA 019126
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
850-001400 1 (SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon

03-3-C226.34-0001Cross a Chemically Contaminated Area
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s) 031-503-1013(SLI) DECONTAMINATE YOURSELF AND INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT USING CHEMICAL DECONTAMINATING KITS 031-503-1015(SLI) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH THE APPROPRIATE MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR 031-503-1019(SLI) REACT TO CHEMICAL OR BIOLOGICAL HAZARD OR ATTACK 031-503-1035(SL1) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION
USING YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE MASK
031 -503-1036(SL I ) MAINTAIN YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE MASK
031-503-1037(SLI) DETECT CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M8 OR M9 DETECTOR PAPER

071-326-0503(SLI) Move Over, Through, or Around Obstacles (Except Minefields)
071-329-1006(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted
071-329-1030(SLI) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted
081-831-1000(SL1) EVALUATE A CASUALTY
081-831 -1044(SL I ) PERFORM FIRST AID FOR NERVE AGENT INJURY

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
031-503-1023(SL2) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN
CHANGING MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR
031-503-200I(SL2) IDENTIFY CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M256-SERIES CHEMICAL AGENT

DETECTOR KIT
031 -503-3002(SL2) CONDUCT UNMASKING PROCEDURES
031-503-3004(SL2) SUPERVISE THE CROSSING OF A CONTAMINATED AREA
031-503-3008(SL2) IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE
031-503-3010(SL2) SUPERVISE EMPLOYMENT OF NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, OR CHEMICAL

MARKERS
031-506-1053(SL2) REPORT NBC INFORMATION USING NBC 4 REPORT
081-831-1054(SL2) EVACUATE CASUALTIES
805C•PAD-2060(SL2 Report Casualties
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
031-503-3004 SUPERVISE THE CROSSING OF A CONTAMINATED AREA

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DODDOA 019127
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)
04-3303.01-0034 Navigate Using a Map and Compass

05-2-C30134-0001 Camouflage Vehicles and Equipment Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
052-191-1361(SLI) CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT
052-191-1362(SLI) CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT
071-331-0815(SLI) Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline
301-371-1050(SL 1 ) IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) MEASURES
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
850-001-300I(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
850-0014001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
05-3-0210.34-0001 Disable Critical Equipment/Material Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
301-371-1050(SLI) IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) MEASURES
301-371-1052(SLI) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND MATERIAL
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

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DODDOA 019128
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s) 805C-PAD-3591(SL3 Protect Classified Information and Materials 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
05-3-0301.34-0001 Construct Wire Entanglements Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2 Individual Task(s) 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s) 052-195-3066(SL3) DIRECT CONSTRUCTION OF NONEXPLOSIVE OBSTACLES 850-001 -300I(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s) 159-200-2020(SL4) Integrate threat capabilities into mission planning. 850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s) 01-1940.00-1001 Supervise Construction of Obstacles
05-3-C230.34-0001 Construct a Protective Obstacle Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
071-008-0007(SL I ) Engage Targets with an M I 6A1 or M I 6A2 Rifle Using an AN/PAS-I3 Series Thermal
Sight
071-010-0006(SLI) Engage Targets with an M249 Machine Gun
071-315-2308(SLI) Engage Targets with an M16A1 or M16A2 Rifle Using a Night Vision Sight AN/PVS-4
071-325-4425(SL1) Employ an M 18A1 Claymore Mine
071-326-5703(SL1) Construct Individual Fighting Positions
071-331-0804(SLI) Perform Surveillance Without the Aid of Electronic Devices

071-331-0852CLEAR A FIELD OF FIRE 071-710-0006(SLI) Plan Use of Night Vision Devices
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Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
071-326-5704(SL2) Supervise Construction of a Fighting Position
071-326-5705(SL2) Establish an Observation Post
071-430-0002(SL2) Conduct a Defense by a Squad
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s) 052-195-3066(SL3) DIRECT CONSTRUCTION OF NONEXPLOSIVE OBSTACLES 071-410-0019(SL3) Control Organic Fires 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
071 -430-0006(SL4) Conduct a Defense by a Platoon
159-200-2020(SL4) Integrate threat capabilities into mission planning.

850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon

Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s) 01-1940.00-1001 Supervise Construction of Obstacles
05-5-0302.34-0001 Prepare Crew Served Weapons Fighting Positions
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s) 052-191-1361(SLI) CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT 071-022-0015(SLI) Prepare a Range Card for a Caliber .50 M2 Machine Gun
071-312-3007(SL1) Prepare a Range Card for an M60 Machine Gun 071-312-4032(SL1) Prepare a Range Card for an M249 Machine Gun 071-331-0852CLEAR A FIELD OF FIRE
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
071-326-5704(SL2) Supervise Construction of a Fighting Position 071-430-0002(SL2) Conduct a Defense by a Squad 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
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Individual Task(s) 071-430-0006(SL4) 159-200-2020(5 L4) 850-001-4001(SL4) Conduct a Defense by a Platoon Integrate threat capabilities into mission planning. Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
07-2 -C314.34-0001 Establish Company Defensive Position Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s) 071-008-0007(SL1)
071-010-0006(SLI) 071-022-0015(SL1) 071-100-0003(SL1) 071-311-2130(SL1) 071-312-3007(SL1) 071-312-3031(SLI) 071 -312-4032(SLI ) 071-315-2308(SL1) 071-325-4407(S Ll) 071-325-4425(SL1) 071-326-0510(SLI) 071-326-3002(SL I ) 071-326-5703(SLI) 071 -331-0804(SL1) 071-331-0815(SL1) 071-710-0006(SL1) 081-831-1000(SL I ) 081-831-1005(SL I ) 081-831-1025(SLI) 081-831-1026(SL1) 081-831-1032(SLI) 081-831-1033(SL1) 081-831-1034(SLI) 081-831-1042(SLI) 081-831-1046(SL1)
Engage Targets with an M16A1 or M I6A2 Rifle Using an AN/PAS-13 Series Thermal Sight Engage Targets with an M249 Machine Gun Prepare a Range Card for a Caliber .50 M2 Machine Gun
Engage Targets with an M4 or M4A1 Carbine Engage Targets with an M203 Grenade Launcher Prepare a Range Card for an M60 Machine Gun Engage Targets with an M60 Machine Gun Prepare a Range Card for an M249 Machine Gun Engage Targets with an M 16A I or M I 6A2 Rifle Using a Night Vision Sight AN/PVS-4
Employ Hand Grenades Employ an M I 8A1 Claymore Mine React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted React to Indirect Fire While Mounted Construct Individual Fighting Positions Perform Surveillance Without the Aid of Electronic Devices
Practice Noise. Light. and Litter Discipline Plan Use of Night Vision Devices EVALUATE A CASUALTY PERFORM FIRST AID TO PREVENT OR CONTROL SHOCK PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN ABDOMINAL WOUND PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN CHEST WOUND PERFORM FIRST AID FOR BLEEDING OF AN EXTREMITY PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN HEAD WOUND PERFORM FIRST AID FOR A SUSPECTED FRACTURE PERFORM MOUTH-TO-MOUTH RESUSCITATION TRANSPORT A CASUALTY
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s) 061-283-6003(SL2) 071-326-5704(SL2) 071-326-5705(SL2) 071-430-0002(SL2) 081-831-010I(SL2) 081-831-1054(SL2) 44 I -091-2000(SL2)
805C-PAD-2060(SL2
805C-PAD-2461(SL2
ADJUST INDIRECT FIRE Supervise Construction of a Fighting Position Establish an Observation Post Conduct a Defense by a Squad REQUEST MEDICAL EVACUATION EVACUATE CASUALTIES Defend Against Air Attack (Active) Report Casualties Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report)
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
052-195-3066(SL3) DIRECT CONSTRUCTION OF NONEXPLOSIVE OBSTACLES
071-410-0019(SL3) Control Organic Fires
071-430-0003(SL3) Consolidate a Squad Following Enemy Contact While in the Defense
071 -430-0004(SL3) Reorganize a Squad Following Enemy Contact While in the Defense
I 01-92Y-0002(SL3) Plan Tactical Re-Supply Operations
441-091-3000(SL3) Supervise the Implementation of Air Defense Measures
850-001 -3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
071-326-5775(SL4) Coordinate with an Adjacent Platoon 071-430-0006(SL4) Conduct a Defense by a Platoon 071-430-0007(SL4) Consolidate a Platoon Following Enemy Contact While in the Defense 071 -430-0008(SL4) Reorganize a Platoon Following Enemy Contact While in the Defense
159-200-2020(SL4) Integrate threat capabilities into mission planning. 191 -379-5402(SL4) PREPARE A PATROL DISTRIBUTION PLAN 191 -380-0109(SL4) PLAN PATROL ACTIVITIES 850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s) 01-3301.02-0011 Defend a Company Position 04-3302.01-0003 Conduct a Reconnaissance
04-3306.01-0008 Analyze Terrain
07-3-C211.34-0001 M ove Tactically
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
. Individual Task(s)
071-326-0502(SL1) Move Under Direct Fire
071-326-0503(SL1) Move Over, Through, or Around Obstacles (Except Minefields)
071-326-0510(SLI) React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted

071-326-3002(SL1) React to Indirect Fire While Mounted
071-329-1006(SLI) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted
071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s) 071-326-0515 SELECT A MOVEMENT ROUTE USING A MAP 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
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Individual Task(s)
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850-001-300 I (SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
. 071-326-5630 CONDUCT MOVEMENT TECHNIQUES BY A PLATOON
. 191-380-0109(SL4) PLAN PATROL ACTIVITIES .
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned Individual Task(s)
.
04-3306.01-0001 Control Movement Techniques
07-3-C212.34-0001 Defend Unit Position Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
071-008-0007(SL I ) Engage Targets with an M 16A I or M 16A2 Rifle Using an AN/PAS-I 3 Series Thermal
Sight
071-010-0006(SL1) Engage Targets with an M249 Machine Gun
071-022-0015(SLI) Prepare a Range Card for a Caliber .50 M2 Machine Gun
071 -100-0003(SL1 ) Engage Targets with an M4 or M4A1 Carbine
071-311-2130(SL1) Engage Targets with an M203 Grenade Launcher
071-312-4032(SLI) Prepare a Range Card for an M249 Machine Gun
071-313-3454(SL1) Engage Targets with a Caliber .50 M2 Machine Gun
071-315-2308(SL1) Engage Targets with an M16A1 or M16A2 Rifle Using a Night Vision Sight AN/PVS-4
071-325-4407(SLI) Employ Hand Grenades
071 -325-4425(SL I ) Employ an M18A1 Claymore Mine
071-326-0510(SL1) React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted
071-326-0511(SL1) React to Flares
071-326-3002(SL1) React to Indirect Fire While Mounted
071 -326-5703(SL1) Construct Individual Fighting Positions
071-410-0002(SL1) React to Direct Fire While Mounted

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
061 -283-6003(SL2) ADJUST INDIRECT FIRE 071-326-5502(SL2) Issue a Fragmentary Order 071 -326-5505(SL2) Issue an Oral Operation Order 071 -326 -5704(SL2 ) Supervise Construction of a Fighting Position 071-326-5705(SL2) Establish an Observation Post 071-430-0002(SL2) Conduct a Defense by a Squad
805C-PAD-2060(SL2 Report Casualties 850-001 -2000(SL2 ) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
DODDOA 019133

Individual Task(s)
. 071-430-0003(SL3) Consolidate a Squad Following Enemy Contact While in the Defense
.071-430-0004(SL3) Reorganize a Squad Following Enemy Contact While in the Defense .
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
071-326-5775(SL4) Coordinate with an Adjacent Platoon
071-430-0006(SL4) Conduct a Defense by a Platoon
071-430-0007(SL4) Consolidate a Platoon Following Enemy Contact While in the Defense
071-430-0008(SL4) Reorganize a Platoon Following Enemy Contact While in the Defense
850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon

07-3-C219.34-0001 Establish Unit Defense
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s) 052-191-1361(SL1) CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT
052-191-1362(SLI) CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT 071-022-0015(SL1) Prepare a Range Card for a Caliber .50 M2 Machine Gun 071-030-0002(SLI) Prepare a Range Card for an MKI9 Machine Gun 071-312-4032(SL I ) Prepare a Ranee Card for an M249 Machine Gun
071-325-4407(SLI) Employ Hand Grenades 071-325-4425(SL I ) Employ an M 18A1 Claymore Mine 071-326-0513(SLI) Select Temporary Fighting Positions 071-326-5703(SLI) Construct Individual Fighting Positions 071-331-0804(SLI) Perform Surveillance Without the Aid of Electronic Devices 071-710-0006(SL1) Plan Use of Night Vision Devices
113-600-2001(SL1) Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
061-283-6003(SL2 ) ADJUST INDIRECT FIRE 071-326-5704(SL2) Supervise Construction of a Fighting Position 071-326-5705(SL2) Establish an Observation Post 071-430-0002(SL2) Conduct a Defense by a Squad 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s) .
052-195-3066(SL3) DIRECT CONSTRUCTION OF NONEXPLOSIVE OBSTACLES .
071-720-0015(SL3) Conduct an Area Reconnaissance by a Platoon
.

850-001 -3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
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Individual Task(s)
071-326-5775(SL4) Coordinate with an Adjacent Platoon
071-430-0006(SL4) Conduct a Defense by a Platoon
159-200-2020(SL4) Integrate threat capabilities into mission planning.
191-380-0109(SL4) PLAN PATROL ACTIVITIES
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon

07-3-C227.34-0001Perform a Tactical Road March
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s) 071-326-0510(SL I ) React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted 071-326-3002(SLI) React to Indirect Fire While Mounted 071-329-1006(S LI) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted 071-329-1030(SLI) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted
113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio 551-88 M-0005(SLI) Operate a Vehicle in a Convoy
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
071-326-0608(SL2) Use Visual Signaling Techniques 071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay 191-379-4407(SL2) PLAN CONVOY SECURITY OPERATIONS 850-001 -2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
071-326-3013(SL3) CONDUCT A TACTICAL ROAD MARCH 071-326-5805(SL3) Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission 551-88M-0001(SL3) Lead a Convoy Serial/March Unit 850-001 -3001 (SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
07-3-0228.34-0001 Occupy Assembly Area
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s) 052-191-1361(SL1) CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT 052-191-1362(S LI) CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT 052-192-1135(SLI) LOCATE MINES BY PROBING 071-022-0015(SL1) Prepare a Range Card for a Caliber .50 M2 Machine Gun 071 -030-0002(SL I ) Prepare a Range Card for an MKI9 Machine Gun
DODDOA 019135

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071-312-4032(SL1) Prepare a Range Card for an M249 Machine Gun
071-326-0503(SL I ) Move Over, Through, or Around Obstacles (Except Minefields)
071-326-0513(SL I ) Select Temporary Fighting Positions
071 -326-5703(SL1) Construct Individual Fighting Positions
071-329-1006(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted
071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted

071-331-0815(SL1) Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline
071-710-0006(SLI) Plan Use of Night Vision Devices
113-600-2001(SLI) Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone
113-637-2001(SLI) Communicate via a Tactical Radio

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
031-503-3008(SL2) IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE
071 -326-5704(SL2) Supervise Construction of a Fighting Position
071 -326-5705(SL2) Establish an Observation Post
071-430-0002(SL2) Conduct a Defense by a Squad
805C-PAD-2461(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report)
850-001 -2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
071-410-0012(SL3) Conduct Occupation of an Assembly Area
.
850-001-300 1 (SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
071-326-5775(SL4) Coordinate with an Adjacent Platoon
.
071-430-0006(SL4) Conduct a Defense by a Platoon
.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
07-3-C229.34-0001 PerformPassage of Lines
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
071-329-1006(SLI) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted
071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted

113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
301-371-1000(SLI) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION
301-371-1052(SL1) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND MATERIAL

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
071-326-5502(SL2) Issue a Fragmentary Order
071-326-5505(SL2) Issue an Oral Operation Order
551-88N-0002(SL2) Prepare for Unit Movement

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850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
071-326-3013(SL3) CONDUCT A TACTICAL ROAD MARCH
071-326-5805(SL3) Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission
551-88N-0004(SL3) Coordinate Unit Movement
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4 Individual Task(s)
.
071-326-5775(SL4) Coordinate with an Adjacent Platoon
.
551-88N-0003(SL4) Plan Unit Move
.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
07-5-1107.34-0001 Move Tactically (Dismounted) Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s) 031-503-1013(SLI)
031-503-1015(SLI)
031-503-1018(S LI) 031-503-1019(SLI) 031-503-1037(SLI) 052-191-136 l(SLI ) 071-008-0007(SLI)
071-010-0006(SLI) 071-100-0003(SL I ) 071-311-2130(SLI) 071-315-2308(SLI) 071-325-4407(SLI ) 071-326-0502(SLI) 071-326-0503(SL1) 071-326-0510(SL1) 071-326-0511(SLI) 071-329-1006(SLI) 071-710-0006(SLI) 081-831-1000(SLI) 081-831-1003(SLI)
081-831-1005(SL1) 081-831-1007(SLI) 081-831-1008(SL1) 081-831-1025(SL1) 081-831-1026(SL1) 081-831-1032(SLI) DECONTAMINATE YOURSELF AND INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT USING
CHEMICAL DECONTAMINATING KITS
PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH THE
APPROPRIATE MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR
REACT TO NUCLEAR HAZARD OR ATTACK REACT TO CHEMICAL OR BIOLOGICAL HAZARD OR ATTACK DETECT CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M8 OR M9 DETECTOR PAPER CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT Engage Targets with an M I6A I or M I6A2 Rifle Using an AN/PAS-13 Series Thermal Sight Engage Targets with an M249 Machine Gun Engage Targets with an M4 or M4A1 Carbine Engage Targets with an M203 Grenade Launcher Engage Targets with an M I 6A1 or M I6A2 Rifle Using a Night Vision Sight AN/PVS-4 Employ Hand Grenades Move Under Direct Fire Move Over. Through, or Around Obstacles (Except Minefields) React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted React to Flares Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted Plan Use of Night Vision Devices EVALUATE A CASUALTY PERFORM FIRST AID TO CLEAR AN OBJECT STUCK IN THE THROAT OF A CONSCIOUS CASUALTY PERFORM FIRST AID TO PREVENT OR CONTROL SHOCK PERFORM FIRST AID FOR BURNS PERFORM FIRST AID FOR HEAT INJURIES PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN ABDOMINAL WOUND PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN CHEST WOUND PERFORM FIRST AID FOR BLEEDING OF AN EXTREMITY
081-831-1033(SL1) PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN HEAD WOUND
081-831-1034(SLI) PERFORM FIRST AID FOR A SUSPECTED FRACTURE
081-831-1042(SLI ) PERFORM MOUTH-TO-MOUTH RESUSCITATION
081-831-1044(SL1) PERFORM FIRST AID FOR NERVE AGENT INJURY
081-831-1045(SLI) PERFORM FIRST AID FOR COLD INJURIES
081-831-1046(SLI) TRANSPORT A CASUALTY
113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
031-503-2001(SL2) IDENTIFY CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M256-SERIES CHEMICAL AGENT

DETECTOR KIT
031 -503-3002(SL2) CONDUCT UNMASKING PROCEDURES
031 -503-3004(SL2) SUPERVISE THE CROSSING OF A CONTAMINATED AREA
031-503-3005(SL2) SUBMIT NBC I REPORT
031 -503-3008(SL2) IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE
031-503-3010(SL2) SUPERVISE EMPLOYMENT OF NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, OR CHEMICAL

MARKERS
031-506-1053(SL2) REPORT NBC INFORMATION USING NBC 4 REPORT
061 -283-6003(SL2) ADJUST INDIRECT FIRE

071-326-0608(SL2) Use Visual Signaling Techniques
071-326-5502(SL2) Issue a Fragmentary Order
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay
081-83 I -0101(SL2) REQUEST MEDICAL EVACUATION

081-831-1054(SL2) EVACUATE CASUALTIES
441-091-2000(SL2) Defend Against Air Attack (Active)
805C-PAD-2060(SL2 Report Casualties
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
071-326-5805(SL3) Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission
071-410-0019(SL3) Control Organic Fires
441-091-3000(SL3) Supervise the Implementation of Air Defense Measures
850-001-300 1 (SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
I91-380-0109(SL4) PLAN PATROL ACTIVITIES
.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
07-5-1108.34-0001 Cross Danger Area
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
.
031-503-1015(SLI) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH THE APPROPRIATE MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR
.
031-503-1018(SLI) REACT TO NUCLEAR HAZARD OR ATTACK
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031-503-1019(SLI) 031-503-1037(SLI) 052-191-1361(SLI) 071-008-0007(SLI)
071-010-0006(SLI) 071 -100-0003(SL1) 071-311-2130(SLI) 071-315-2308(SLI) 071-325-4407(5 LI) 071-326-0502(SL1) 071-326-0503(SL1) 071-326-0510(SL I ) 071-326-051 l(SLI) 071-326-0513(SL1) 071-329-1006(SL1) 071-331-0804(SL1) 071-710-0006(SL1) 081-831-1000(SLI) 081-831-1003(SL1)
081-831-1005(SLI) 081-831-1007(SL1) 081-831-1008(SL I ) 081-831-1025(SL1) 081-831-1026(SL1) 081-831-1032(SLI) 081-831-1033(SLI) 081-831-1034(SLI) 081-831-1042(SL1) 081-831 -1044(SL I ) 081-831-1045(SLI) 081-831-1046(SLI) 113-637-2001(SL1)
REACT TO CHEMICAL OR BIOLOGICAL HAZARD OR ATTACK DETECT CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M8 OR M9 DETECTOR PAPER CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT Engage Targets with an M 16A I or M I 6A2 Rifle Using an AN/PAS-13 Series Thermal Sight Engage Targets with an M249 Machine Gun Engage Targets with an M4 or M4A1 Carbine Engage Targets with an M203 Grenade Launcher Engage Targets with an M 16A1 or M 16A2 Rifle Using a Night Vision Sight AN/PVS-4
Employ Hand Grenades Move Under Direct Fire Move Over, Through, or Around Obstacles (Except Minefields) React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted React to Flares Select Temporary Fighting Positions Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted Perform Surveillance Without the Aid of Electronic Devices Plan Use of Night Vision Devices EVALUATE A CASUALTY PERFORM FIRST All) TO CLEAR AN OBJECT STUCK IN THE THROAT OF A CONSCIOUS CASUALTY PERFORM FIRST AID TO PREVENT OR CONTROL SHOCK PERFORM FIRST AID FOR BURNS PERFORM FIRST AID FOR HEAT INJURIES PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN ABDOMINAL WOUND PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN CHEST WOUND PERFORM FIRST AID FOR BLEEDING OF AN EXTREMITY PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN HEAD WOUND PERFORM FIRST AID FOR A SUSPECTED FRACTURE PERFORM MOUTH-TO-MOUTH RESUSCITATION PERFORM FIRST AID FOR NERVE AGENT INJURY PERFORM FIRST AID FOR COLD INJURIES TRANSPORT A CASUALTY Communicate via a Tactical Radio
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s) 031-503-3004(SL2) 031-503-3008(SL2) 031-506-1053(SL2) 061-283-6003(SL2) 071-326-0608(SL2) 071-326-5705(SL2) 071-329-1019(SL2) 081-831-1054(SL2)
181-105-2002(SL2) 805C-PAD-2060(SL2 805C-PAD-2461(SL2 850-001-2000(SL2) SUPERVISE THE CROSSING OF A CONTAMINATED AREA IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE REPORT NBC INFORMATION USING NBC 4 REPORT ADJUST INDIRECT FIRE Use Visual Signaling Techniques Establish an Observation Post Use a Map Overlay EVACUATE CASUALTIES Conduct Combat Operations According to the Law of War Report Casualties Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
07I-410-0019(SL3) Control Organic Fires
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4 Individual Task(s)
.
I91-380-0109(SL4) PLAN PATROL ACTIVITIES
.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
07-5-1109.34-0001 Cross Water Obstacle Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1 Individual Task(s)
071-326-0502(SL1) Move Under Direct Fire
071-326-0503(SL1) Move Over, Through, or Around Obstacles (Except Minefields)
071-326-0510(SL I ) React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted
071-326-0511(SL1) React to Flares
071 -329-1006(SL I ) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted
071-331-0804(SL1) Perform Surveillance Without the Aid of Electronic Devices
071-710-0006(SL1) Plan Use of Night Vision Devices
081-831-1046(SLI) TRANSPORT A CASUALTY
113-637-2001(SLI) Communicate via a Tactical Radio

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
031 -503-3004(SL2) SUPERVISE THE CROSSING OF A CONTAMINATED AREA 071-326-0608(SL2) Use Visual Signaling Techniques 071-326-5705(SL2) Establish an Observation Post 071-329- I 019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay 081-831-1054(SL2) EVACUATE CASUALTIES 181-105-2002(SL2) Conduct Combat Operations According to the Law of War 805C-PAD-2461(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report) 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
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850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
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191-380-0109(SL4) PLAN PATROL ACTIVITIES
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850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
07-5-1111.34-0001 Establish Surveillance Site (Dismounted)
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DODDOA 019140
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s) 031-503-1015(SLI)
052-191-1361(SL1) 071 ,325-4425(SL1) 071-326-0510(SL 1 ) 071-326-0513(SL I ) 071-329-1006(SL I ) 071-331-0804(SL1) 071-331-0815(SLI) 071-710-0006(SLI) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH THE APPROPRIATE MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT Employ an M 18A1 Claymore Mine React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted Select Temporary Fighting Positions Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted Perform Surveillance Without the Aid of Electronic Devices Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline Plan Use of Night Vision Devices
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
031 -503-1023(SL2) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN
CHANGING MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR
071 -326-5705(SL2) Establish an Observation Post
181-105-2002(SL2) Conduct Combat Operations According to the Law of War
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
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071 -326-5805(SL3) Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission
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850-001-300 I (SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4 Individual Task(s)
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191-380-0109(SL4) PLAN PATROL ACTIVITIES
.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
08-2-0003.34-0001 Treat Casualties Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s) 081-831-1000(SLI) 081-831-1003(SL I )
081-831-1005(SL1) 081-83 l-1007(SL1) 081-831-1008(SL 1 ) 081-831 -1025(SLI ) 081-831-1026(SL I ) 081-831-1032(SL1) 081-831-1033(SLI) 081-831-1034(SLI) EVALUATE A CA PERFORM FIRST CONSCIOUS CAS PERFORM FIRST PERFORM FIRST PERFORM FIRST PERFORM FIRST PERFORM FIRST PERFORM FIRST PERFORM FIRST PERFORM FIRST
SUALTY AID TO CLEAR AN OBJECT STUCK IN THE THROAT OF A UALTY AID TO PREVENT OR CONTROL SHOCK
AID FOR BURNS AID FOR HEAT INJURIES AID FOR AN OPEN ABDOMINAL WOUND AID FOR AN OPEN CHEST WOUND AID FOR BLEEDING OF AN EXTREMITY AID FOR AN OPEN HEAD WOUND AID FOR A SUSPECTED FRACTURE
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081-831-1042(SL1) PERFORM MOUTH-TO-MOUTH RESUSCITATION
.

081-831-1044(SLI) PERFORM FIRST AID FOR NERVE AGENT INJURY
.

081-831-1045(SLI) PERFORM FIRST AID FOR COLD INJURIES
.

081-831-1046(SL1) TRANSPORT A CASUALTY
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
081-831-010 1 (SL2) REQUEST MEDICAL EVACUATION
081-831-1054(SL2) EVACUATE CASUALTIES
805C-PAD-2060(SL2 Report Casualties
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
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850-001-300 l(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
08-2-C316.34-0001Transport Casualties
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
031-503-1015(SLI) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH THE
APPROPRIATE MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR
031-503-1035(SLI) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION
USING YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE MASK
081-831-1000(SLI) EVALUATE A CASUALTY
081-831-1046(SLI) TRANSPORT A CASUALTY

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
031-503-1023(SL2) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN

CHANGING MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR
031 -503-3008(SL2) IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE
081-831-0101(SL2) REQUEST MEDICAL EVACUATION
081-831-1054(SL2) EVACUATE CASUALTIES

191-376-4102(SL2) Escort EPW/C1 to Rear Areas
441-091-2000(SL2) Defend Against Air Attack (Active)
805C-PAD-2060(SL2 Report Casualties
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
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441-091-3000(SL3) Supervise the Implementation of Air Defense Measures
2-63
DODDOA 019142
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850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)

.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
08-2-R303.34-0001Conduct Battlefield Stress Reduction and Prevention Procedures
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
071 -326-5502(SL2) Issue a Fragmentary Order
071-326-5503(SL2) Issue a Warning Order
071-326-5505(SL2) Issue an Oral Operation Order
850-001 -2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)

.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)

.
805C-PAD-4595(SL4 Supervise Cross-leveling of Personnel
.

850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)

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S3-9001.18-0001 Manage Organizational Stress
.
S3-9001.18-0002 Minimize Combat Stress
08-2-8315.34-0001 Perform Field Sanitation Functions Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1 Individual Task(s)
.
081-831-1008(SLI) PERFORM FIRST AID FOR HEAT INJURIES
.
081-831-1045(SL1) PERFORM FIRST AID FOR COLD INJURIES
.
081-831-1053(SL I ) PRACTICE INDIVIDUAL PREVENTIVE MEDICINE COUNTERMEASURES
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)

.
081-831-9000(SL2) IMPLEMENT PREVENTIVE MEDICINE MEASURES (PMM)
.
850-001 -2000(SL2 ) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
DODDOA 019143
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-300 l(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
081-831-0102 SUPERVISE UNIT PREVENTIVE MEDICINE AND FIELD SANITATION
PROCEDURES
081-831-1047(SL4) SUPERVISE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE POLICIES
081-831-1055(SL4) ENSURE UNIT COMBAT LIFESAVER REQUIREMENTS ARE MET
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon

Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s) 03-8310.00-3021 Protect Yourself Against Biting Insects 03-8310.00-3022 Protect Yourself Against Diarrhea and Dysentery 03-8310.00-3023 Practice Personal Hygiene to Maintain Fitness 04-3304.01-0002 Conduct Inspection 04-8310.00-3017 Protect Yourself Against Cold 04-8310.00-3018 Give First Aid for Frostbite 04-8310.00-3019 Protect Yourself Against Heat 04-8310.00-3020 Give First Aid for Heat Injuries
10-2-C317.34-0001 Provide Food Service Support
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
.
031-503-1013(SL1) DECONTAMINATE YOURSELF AND INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT USING CHEMICAL DECONTAMINATING KITS
.
081-831-1053(SL1) PRACTICE INDIVIDUAL PREVENTIVE MEDICINE COUNTERMEASURES
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
081 -831-9000(SL2 ) IMPLEMENT PREVENTIVE MEDICINE MEASURES (PMM)

09 I -CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
101 -92Y-0003(SL2) Enforce Compliance with Supply Discipline Procedures
101 -92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability

850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
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101 -92Y-0002(SL3) Plan Tactical Re-Supply Operations
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
2-65
DODDOA 019144
Individual Task(s) 081-83 1 -1047(SL4) SUPERVISE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE POLICIES 101-92Y-0001(SL4) Supervise Supply Activities 101-CLT-0I98(SL4) Supervise Tactical Feeding Operation
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)
.
03-8310.00-3022 Protect Yourself Against Diarrhea and Dysentery
.

S3-5101.00-0269 The US Army Supply System
10-2-C318.34-0001Perform Unit Graves Registration (GRREG) Operations Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
071-329-1006(SL I ) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted
071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted
101-515-1997(SL1) Inter Isolated Remains. (after receiving authorization)
101-515-1998(SLI) Evacuate Isolated Remains
101-515-1999(SL1) Recover Isolated Remains

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
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071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay

.
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
.

850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM SW Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
10-2-C319.34-0001 Receive Airdrop Resupply Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
.
113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
DODDOA 019145
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
. 101-92Y-0002(SL3) Plan Tactical Re-Supply Operations
. 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
. 101-92Y-0001(SL4) Supervise Supply Activities
. 151-357-0001(SL4) Supervise CSS Functions During Platoon Operations.
850-001 -4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
10-2-C320.34-0001 Provide Company Supply Support Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
101 -92Y-0003(SL2) Enforce Compliance with Supply Discipline Procedures
101-92Y-0004(SL2) Enforce Property Accountability Policies
101-92Y-0005(SL2) Enforce Compliance with Property Accountability Policies
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
. 101-92Y-0002(SL3) Plan Tactical Re-Supply Operations
. 850-001-300 1 (SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
. 101-92Y-000 I (SL4) Supervise Supply Activities
. 151-357-0001(SL4) Supervise CSS Functions During Platoon Operations .
850-001-4001(SL4 ) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s) 03-5101.00-0281 Direct the Preparation and Maintenance of Unit Supply Records 03-5101.00-0282 Direct the Storage of Unit Supplies, Weapons, Equipment, and Ammunition 03-5101.00-0284 Inspect Unit Supply Records S3-5101.00-0225 Discuss Command Supply Discipline Program S3-5101.00-0269 The US Army Supply System
11-2-C302.34-0001Establish and Operate a Single Channel Voice Radio Net with Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS) System Implementation Program (SIP)
2 - 67
DODDOA 019146
Enlisted MOS: 31C Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
113-573-4003ENCODE AND DECODE MESSAGE USING KTC 600(•) TACTICAL OPERATIONS CODE

11-3-1102.34-0001 InstalUOperate/Maintain a Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS) Frequency Hopping (FH) Net
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
113-571-1022 PERFORM VOICE COMMUNICATIONS
113-637-2001(SL1).Communicate via a Tactical Radio

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
113-573-8006 USE AN AUTOMATED SIGNAL OPERATION INSTRUCTION (SOI)
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
850-001-3001(SL3).Control Mission Safety Hazard

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)
01-5700.01-0001 Communicate on a Tactical Radio
01-5700.01-0002 Determine Call Signs, Frequencies, and Item Numbers
01-5700.01-0003 Employ a Numeral Cipher Authentication System
01-5767.02-0001 Conduct Electronic Counter-Counter Measures

11-3-C302.34-0001 Establish and Operate a Single Channel Voice Radio Net
Enlisted MOS: 96R Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s) 113-573-4003ENCODE AND DECODE MESSAGE USING KTC 600(*) TACTICAL OPERATIONS CODE 113-573-4006 USE THE KTC 1400( 1 ) NUMERAL CIPHER/AUTHENTICATION SYSTEM
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
.
113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
DODDOA 019147
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
113-573-8006 USE AN AUTOMATED SIGNAL OPERATION INSTRUCTION (SOI)
.

850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
850-001-3001(SL3).Control Mission Safety Hazard

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)
.
01-5700.01-0001 Communicate on a Tactical Radio
.
01-5700.01-0002 Determine Call Signs, Frequencies, and Item Numbers
.
01-5700.01-0003 Employ a Numeral Cipher Authentication System
11-5-0102.34-0001 InstalUOperate/Maintain a Single Channel Voice Radio Station (FM) Enlisted MOS: 96R Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
113-573-4003ENCODE AND DECODE MESSAGE USING KTC 600(*) TACTICAL OPERATIONS CODE
113-573-4006 USE THE KTC 1400(a) NUMERAL CIPHER/AUTHENTICATION SYSTEM

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
.
113-637-200 l(SL I) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
113-573-8006 USE AN AUTOMATED SIGNAL OPERATION INSTRUCTION (SOI)
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001 -3001(SL3 ) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
2-69
DODDOA 019148
850-001-4001(SL4).Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)
.
01-5700.01-0001 Communicate on a Tactical Radio
.
01-5700.01-0002 Determine Call Signs, Frequencies, and Item Numbers
.
01-5700.01-0003 Employ a Numeral Cipher Authentication System
11-5-0104.34-0001 InstalUOperate/Maintain Frequency Modulated Radio Retransmission Station Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1 Individual Task(s) 113-571-1022 PERFORM VOICE COMMUNICATIONS 1 13-637-2001(SL1).Communicate via a Tactical Radio Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2 Individual Task(s) .
.
113-573-8006 USE AN AUTOMATED SIGNAL OPERATION INSTRUCTION (SOI)
.
850-001 -2000( SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)

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850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)

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850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
11-5-0201.34-0001 Operate/Maintain./Troubleshoot Platform with Applique, Precision Lightweight GPS Receiver (PLGR) and SINCGARS System Improvement Program (SIP) Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I Individual Task(s)
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071 -329-1006(SL I ) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted
.
071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)

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091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
.
850-001 -2000(SL2 ) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3

ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
Individual Task(s)
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850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
11-5-0202.34-0001 Operate/Maintainfiroubleshoot Platform with Applique, EPLRS, Precision Lightweight (GPS) Receiver (PLGR, and SINCGARS System Improvement Program (SIP)
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
.
071 -329-1006(SL I ) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted
.
071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)

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09I-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
.
850-001 -2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
12-2-C321.34-0001 Maintain Company Strength Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
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805C-PAD-2461(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report)
.
850-001 -2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
805C-PAD-4595(SL4.Supervise Cross-leveling of Personnel

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DODDOA 019150
850-001-400I(SL4).Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)
01-9001.17-0003 Build a Cohesive Unit or Organization
01-9001.19-0002 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or Equivalent Sized Organization
03-0170.01-1005 Perform Wartime Strength Accounting at Unit Level
03-9001.11-0002 Establish a Positive Command Climate
03-9001.12-0003 Communicate Effectively as a Commander or Staff Officer
03-9001.14-0002 Motivate Subordinates to Accomplish Unit Missions

12-2-C338.34-0001Maintain Troop Morale and Combat Capability
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
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I 81-101-2023(SL2) Enforce the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ)
.
805C-PAD-2044(SL2 Recommend Individual for Award and/or Decoration
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
805C-PAD-1245(SL4 Support Unit And Family Readiness Through The Army Family Team Building (AFTB)

Program 805C-PAD-4595(SL4 Supervise Cross-leveling of Personnel 850-001-4001(SIA) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s) 01-9001.17-0003 Build a Cohesive Unit or Organization 01-9001.19-0002 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or Equivalent Sized Organization 01-9007.01-0250 Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct 01-9080.10-3001 Administer Military Justice at Company Level 03-0001.00-0028 Develop a Physical Fitness Program at the Company or Battalion Level 03-0150.00-1003 Recommend Enlisted Personnel for Reduction for Inefficiency or Misconduct 03-9001.11-0002 Establish a Positive Command Climate 03-9001.12-0003 Communicate Effectively as a Commander or Staff Officer 03-9001.14-0002 Motivate Subordinates to Accomplish Unit Missions 03-9001.15-0002 Conduct Subordinate Counseling 03-9001.15-0003 Develop a Unit Counseling Program 03-9003.02-0001 Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations 03-9003.03-0001 Supervise the Management of Accident Risk in Unit Operations S1-0150.00-1001 Monitor the Suspension of Favorable Personnel Actions - FLAG
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S3-0150.00-1002 Process Administrative Discharges
.
S3-9001.18-0002 Minimize Combat Stress
12-3-C215.34-0001Combat Battlefield Stress
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
.
081-831-1000(SL1) EVALUATE A CASUALTY
.
081-831-1053(SL I ) PRACTICE INDIVIDUAL PREVENTIVE MEDICINE COUNTERMEASURES
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
071-326-5502(SL2) Issue a Fragmentary Order
071-326-5503(SL2) Issue a Warning Order
071-326-5505(SL2) Issue an Oral Operation Order
081-831-1054(SL2) EVACUATE CASUALTIES
081-831-9000(SL2) IMPLEMENT PREVENTIVE MEDICINE MEASURES (PMM)
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
081-831-1047(SL4) SUPERVISE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE POLICIES
.
805C-PAD-4595(SL4 Supervise Cross-leveling of Personnel
.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)
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04-5030.00-2018 Check Soldiers Sleeping in Mission-Oriented Protective Posture 4
.
S3-9001.18-0001 Manage Organizational Stress
.
S3-9001.18-0002 Minimize Combat Stress
12-3-C216.34-0001 Maintain Platoon Strength
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
081-831-1000(SLI) EVALUATE A CASUALTY
081-831-1003(SL1) PERFORM FIRST AID TO CLEAR AN OBJECT STUCK IN THE THROAT OF A
CONSCIOUS CASUALTY
081-831-1005(SL1) PERFORM FIRST AID TO PREVENT OR CONTROL SHOCK
081-831-1007(SLI) PERFORM FIRST AID FOR BURNS

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DODDOA 019152
081-831-1025(SL1) 081-831-1026(SLI) 081-831-1032(SL1) 081-831-1033(SL1) 081-831-1034(SL1) 081-831-1042(SLI) 081-831-1044(SLI) 081 .-831-1046(SLI)
PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN ABDOMINAL WOUND PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN CHEST WOUND PERFORM FIRST AID FOR BLEEDING OF AN EXTREMITY PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN HEAD WOUND PERFORM FIRST AID FOR A SUSPECTED FRACTURE PERFORM MOUTH-TO-MOUTH RESUSCITATION PERFORM FIRST AID FOR NERVE AGENT INJURY TRANSPORT A CASUALTY
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
081-831-0101(SL2) 081-831-1054(SL2) 805C-PAD-2060(SL2 805C-PAD-2461(SL2 850-001-2000(SL2) REQUEST MEDICAL EVACUATION EVACUATE CASUALTIES Report Casualties Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-300 l(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
071-430-0007(SL4) Consolidate a Platoon Following Enemy Contact While in the Defense
071-430-0008(SL4) Reorganize a Platoon Following Enemy Contact While in the Defense
805C-PAD-4595(SL4 Supervise Cross-leveling of Personnel
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon

Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)
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01-9001.17-0002 Develop a Cohesive Platoon Sized Organization
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01-9007.01-0250 Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct
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03-9007.01-0020 Give Briefings
17-2-2000.34-0001 Conduct Assembly Area Activities Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s) 031-503-1037(SLI) 052-191-1361(SLI) 052-191-1362(SLI) 071-022-0015(SLI) 071-312-4032(SL I ) 071-325-4425(SLI) 071-326-0513(SL I ) 071-326-5703(SL I )
DETECT CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M8 OR M9 DETECTOR PAPER CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT Prepare a Range Card for a Caliber .50 M2 Machine Gun Prepare a Range Card for an M249 Machine Gun Employ an M 18A I Claymore Mine Select Temporary Fighting Positions Construct Individual Fighting Positions
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071-329-1006(SL I ) 071-329-1030(SLI) 071-331-0815(SL I ) 071-710-0006(SL1) 081-831-1053(SL I ) 113-600-2001(SL1) 113-637-2001(SLI)
Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline Plan Use of Night Vision Devices PRACTICE INDIVIDUAL PREVENTIVE MEDICINE COUNTERMEASURES Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone Communicate via a Tactical Radio
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s) 071-326-5704(SL2) 071-326-5705(SL2) 071-329-1019(SL2) 081 -831 -9000(SL2) 091 -CLT-4029(SL2) 850-001-2000(SL2)
Supervise Construction of a Fighting Position Establish an Observation Post Use a Map Overlay IMPLEMENT PREVENTIVE MEDICINE MEASURES (PMM) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
052-195-3066(SL3) DIRECT CONSTRUCTION OF NONEXPLOSIVE OBSTACLES
071-326-5805(SL3) Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission
071-410-0012(SL3) Conduct Occupation of an Assembly Area
101-92Y-0002(SL3) Plan Tactical Re-Supply Operations
441-091-3000(SL3) Supervise the Implementation of Air Defense Measures
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s) 071-326-5775(S1A) 081-831-1047(SL4) 101-92Y-0001(SL4)
101-CLT-0198(SL4)
151-357-0001(SIA) 805C-PAD-4595(SL4 850-001-400 l(SL4) Coordinate with an Adjacent Platoon
SUPERVISE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE POLICIES Supervise Supply Activities Supervise Tactical Feeding Operation Supervise CSS Functions During Platoon Operations
Supervise Cross-leveling of Personnel Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
17-2-3808.34-0002 Operate the Company Command Post Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s) 031-503-1018(SLI) 031-503-1019(SLI) 071 -329-1006(SLI ) 071-329-1030(SL1) 301-371-1000(SL1) 301-371-1050(SL1)
REACT TO NUCLEAR HAZARD OR ATTACK REACT TO CHEMICAL OR BIOLOGICAL HAZARD OR ATTACK Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) MEASURES
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
031-503-3005(SL2).SUBMIT NBC 1 REPORT 031-503-3008(SL2).IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE 031-503-4002(SL2).SUPERVISE UNIT PREPARATION FOR NBC ATTACK 031-506-1053(SL2).REPORT NBC INFORMATION USING NBC 4 REPORT
071-326-0515SELECT A MOVEMENT ROUTE USING A MAP 071-329-1019(SL2).Use a Map Overlay 441-091-1040VISUALLY IDENTIFY THREAT AIRCRAFT 805C-PAD-2060(SL2.Report Casualties
850-001-2000(SL2).Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
071-326-3013(SL3).CONDUCT A TACTICAL ROAD MARCH

071-326-5805(SL3).'Conduct a Route Reconnaissan6e Mission
071-331-0820ANALYZE TERRAIN
071-332-5000(SL3).Prepare an Operation Overlay
071-332-5021(SL3).Prepare a Situation Map
441-091-3000(SL3).Supervise the Implementation of Air Defense Measures
551-721-3352DIFtECT CONVOY DEFENSE OPERATIONS
551-88M-0001(SL3).Lead a Convoy Serial/March Unit
850-001-3001(SL3).Control Mission Safety Hazard

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
052-196-3065.PREPARE A ROUTE RECONNAISSANCE OVERLAY 551-721-3359PREPARE A STRIP MAP 551-721-4326(SL4).PERFORM DUTIES AS CONVOY COMMANDER 850-001-4001(SL4).Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)
01-5700.02-0001 Enforce Platoon and Company Communications Security Measures
01-9017.02-0002 Conduct a Battle Analysis
03-0170.01-1005 Perform Wartime Strength Accounting at Unit Level
03-9001.13-0001 Solve Problems Using the Military Problem Solving Process
03-9001.14-0002 Motivate Subordinates to Accomplish Unit Missions
04-5030.00-2006 Supervise Unit Response to a Chemical or Biological Attack
04-5030.00-2007 Supervise Unit Response to Nuclear Attack or Radiological Hazard
04-3303.02-0040 Navigate with a Compass and Map
S 1-9011.07-0001 Describe the Brigade Fight
S I -9060.00-3000 Conduct Company and Battalion Operations According to the Laws of War

17-3-0065.34-0001 Conduct Troop-Leading Procedures Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
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850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3 Individual Task(s)
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850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-400l(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s) 01-5700.02-0001 01-7200.75-0100 01-7300.75-0500 01-9001.17-0002 01-9001.19-0001 01-9017.02-0002 03-0170.01-1005 03-9001.11-0002 03-9001.12-0002 03-9001.14-0002 03-9001.16-0002 03-9003.02-0001 03-9003.03-0001 04-3303.02-0014 04-3303.02-0037 04-5030.00-2006 04-5030.00-2007 04-5030.00-2008 04-5030.00-2013 04-5030.00-2017 .04-3303.02-0040 S1-9011.07-0001 S3-9001.18-0002 S3-9060.00- I 000
Enforce Platoon and Company Communications Security Measures
Conduct Convoy Operations
Plan Convoy Operations
Develop a Cohesive Platoon Sized Organization
Take Charge of a Platoon or Equivalent Organization
Conduct a Battle Analysis
Perform Wartime Strength Accounting at Unit Level
Establish a Positive Command Climate
Communicate Effectively
Motivate Subordinates to Accomplish Unit Missions
Develop Subordinate Leaders in a Platoon or Equivalent Sized Organization
Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations Supervise the Management of Accident Risk in Unit Operations Prepare Platoon or Company Combat Orders
Navigate While Mounted Supervise Unit Response to a Chemical or Biological Attack Supervise Unit Response to Nuclear Attack or Radiological Hazard
Prepare and Submit Nuclear, Biological, or Chemical 1 Report Implement Mission-Oriented Protective Posture Based on Threat or Direction Prepare for Nuclear, Biological, or Chemical Attack Navigate with a Compass and Map Describe the Brigade Fight Minimize Combat Stress Conduct Small Unit Combat Operations According to the Law of War
17-3-1021.34-0001 Execute Actions on Contact Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s) 071-008-0007(SL1)
071-010-0006(SL I ) 071-030-0004(SLI)
Engage Targets with an M 16A1 or M16A2 Rifle Using an AN/PAS-I3 Series Thermal Sight Engage Targets with an M249 Machine Gun Engage Targets with an MK19 Machine Gun
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DODDOA 019156
071-100-0003(SLI) Engage Targets with an M4 or M4A1 Carbine 071-311-2130(SL1) Engage Targets with an M203 Grenade Launcher 071-315-2308(SLI) Engage Targets with an M16A1 or M16A2 Rifle Using a Night Vision Sight AN/PVS-4 071-325-4407(SL I ) Employ Hand Grenades 071-326-0502(SL1) Move Under Direct Fire 071-326-0511(SL1) React to Flares 071-326-0513(SL1) Select Temporary Fighting Positions 071-329-1006(SL I ) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted 071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted 071-410-0002(SL1) React to Direct Fire While Mounted 071-710-0006(SL I ) Plan Use of Night Vision Devices
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
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071-326-5502(SL2) Issue a Fragmentary Order
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071-430-0002(SL2) Conduct a Defense by a Squad
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850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
071-410-0019(SL3) Control Organic Fires
071-430-0003(SL3) Consolidate a Squad Following Enemy Contact While in the Defense
071-430-0004(SL3) Reorganize a Squad Following Enemy Contact While in the Defense
071-720-0015(SL3) Conduct an Area Reconnaissance by a Platoon
850-001-300I(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
071-326-5775(SL4) Coordinate with an Adjacent Platoon
071-430-0006(SL4) Conduct a Defense by a Platoon
071 -430-0007(SLA) Consolidate a Platoon Following Enemy Contact While in the Defense
071-430-0008(SL4) Reorganize a Platoon Following Enemy Contact While in the Defense
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon

Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)
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01-9017.02-0002 Conduct a Battle Analysis
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03-0170.01-1005 Perform Wartime Strength Accounting at Unit Level
.
04-3303.02-0014 Prepare Platoon or Company Combat Orders
17-3-1030.34-0001 Rearm/Resupply.
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
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071-329-1006(SLI) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted
.
071-329-1030(SLI) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted
DODDOA 019157
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113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
.850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
101-92Y-0002(SL3) Plan Tactical Re-Supply Operations
.
551-88M-000I(SL3) Lead a Convoy Serial/March Unit
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
101-92Y-0001(SL4) Supervise Supply Activities
151-357-0001(SL4) Supervise CSS Functions During Platoon Operations
805C-PAD-4595(SL4 Supervise Cross-leveling of Personnel
850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon

Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)
01-5700.02-0001 Enforce Platoon and Company Communications Security Measures 01-9001.19-0001 Take Charge of a Platoon or Equivalent Organization 03-0170.01-1005 Perform Wartime Strength Accounting at Unit Level 04-3303.02-0014 Prepare Platoon or Company Combat Orders 04-3303.02-0037 Navigate While Mounted
19-3-3105.34-0001 Process Captured Documents and Equipment Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
.
301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
301-371-1200(SL2) PROCESS CAPTURED MATERIEL
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
2-79
DODDOA 019158
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
19-3-3106.34-0001 Handle Enemy Prisoners of War Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
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181-105-1001(SLI) Comply with the Law of War and the Geneva and Hague Conventions
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
181-105-2001(SL2) Enforce the Law of War and the Geneva and Hague Conventions
I81-105-2002(SL2) Conduct Combat Operations According to the Law of War
I91-376-4102(SL2) Escort EPW/CI to Rear Areas
191 -379-4405(SL2) PLAN MOVEMENT OF EPW/CI
850-001 -2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
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191-378-6079(SL3) SUPERVISE THE ESCORT OF EPWCI TO COLLECTING POINT/HOLDING AREA ENCLOSURE
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)

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850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)
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S I -9060.00-3000 Conduct Company and Battalion Operations According to the Laws of War
.
S3-9060.00-1000 Conduct Small Unit Combat Operations According to the Law of War
34-2-9016 .Execute Military Intelligence Company Operations (ACR) Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
.
113-637-2001(SLI) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
.
301-371-1000(SLI) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION
.
301-371-1052(SL1) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND MATERIAL
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
071-326-5502(SL2) Issue a Fragmentary Order
2-80
DODDOA 019159
071-326-5503(SL2) 071-326-5505(SL2) 071 -326-5705(SL2) 071-329-1019(SL2)
181-105-2002(SL2) 301-371 -1200(SL2) 805C-PAD-2461(SL2 850-001-2000(SL2) Issue a Warning Order Issue an Oral Operation Order Establish an Observation Post Use a Map Overlay Conduct Combat Operations According to the Law of War PROCESS CAPTURED MATERIEL Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s) 071-332-5000(SL3) 071-332-502 1 (SL3) 071-410-0012(SL3) 101 -92Y-0002(SL3) 301-371-1150(SL3) 441-091-3000(SL3) 850-001-3001(SL3)
Prepare an Operation Overlay
Prepare a Situation Map
Conduct Occupation of an Assembly Area
Plan Tactical Re-Supply Operations
IDENTIFY INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) ASSETS
Supervise the Implementation of Air Defense Measures
Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4..
Individual Task(s) 081 -831-1047(SIA) 09l-CLT-3009(SL4) 101-92Y-0001(SL4)
101-CLT-0198(SL4)
151-357-0002(SL4)
159-200-2020(SL4) 805C-PAD-4595(SL4 850-001-4001(SL4) SUPERVISE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE POLICIES
Supervise Maintenance Operations
Supervise Supply Activities
Supervise Tactical Feeding Operation
Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) Operations
Integrate threat capabilities into mission planning.
Supervise Cross-leveling of Personnel Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s) 01-0401.20-0001 01-1940.00-1001 01-3301.02-0011 01-4965.90-0001 01-9001.17-0003 01-9001.19-0002 01-9007.01-0250 01-9017.02-0002 03-0170.01-1005 03-4995.90-0010 03-5105.00-0002
03-8310.00-9000
03-9001.10-0004
03-9001.11-0002
03-9001.12-0003
03-9001.13-0001
03-9001.14-0002
Direct Unit Air Defense
Supervise Construction of Obstacles
Defend a Company Position
Supervise Unit Maintenance Operations
Build a Cohesive Unit or Organization
Take Charge of a Company. Staff Section, or Equivalent Sized Organization
Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct
Conduct a Battle Analysis Perform Wartime Strength Accounting at Unit Level Direct Vehicle and Equipment Recovery Operations Direct Field Feeding Operations Supervise Unit Preventive Medicine and Field Sanitation Procedures Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as a Commander or Staff Officer Establish a Positive Command Climate Communicate Effectively as a Commander or Staff Officer Solve Problems Using the Military Problem Solving Process Motivate Subordinates to Accomplish Unit Missions
2-81
DODDOA 019160

03-9003.02-0001 Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations 03-9003.03-0001 Supervise the Management of Accident Risk in Unit Operations 04-3303.02-0014 Prepare Platoon or Company Combat Orders 04-3303.02-0037 Navigate While Mounted 04-5030.00-2013 Implement Mission-Oriented Protective Posture Based on Threat or Direction S1-9011.07-0001 Describe the Brigade Fight S3-9001.18-0002 Minimize Combat Stress S3-9060.00-1000 Conduct Small Unit Combat Operations According to the Law of War
.
34-3-0001 Monitor Platoon Operational Status
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
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113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
.
301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION
.
301-371-1052(SL1) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND MATERIAL
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
181-105-2002(SL2) Conduct Combat Operations According to the Law of War
.
805C-PAD-2461(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report)
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
071 -332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay
071-332-502I(SL3) Prepare a Situation Map
101 -92Y-0002(SL3) Plan Tactical Re-Supply Operations

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441-091-3000(SL3) Supervise the Implementation of Air Defense Measures 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
101-92Y-0001(SL4) Supervise Supply Activities 101-CLT-0198(SL4) Supervise Tactical Feeding Operation 151-357-0001(SL4) Supervise CSS Functions During Platoon Operations 805C-PAD-4595(SL4 Supervise Cross-leveling of Personnel 850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s) 0 I -9001.17-0003 Build a Cohesive Unit or Organization 01-9001.19-0002 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or Equivalent Sized Organization 01-9007.01-0250 Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct 01-9017.02-0002 Conduct a Battle Analysis 03-5105.00-0002 Direct Field Feeding Operations
03-8310.00-9000 Supervise Unit Preventive Medicine and Field Sanitation Procedures
03-9001.10-0004 Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as a Commander or Staff Officer
03-9001.12-0003 Communicate Effectively as a Commander or Staff Officer
03-9001.13-0001 Solve Problems Using the Military Problem Solving Process
03-9001.14-0002 Motivate Subordinates to Accomplish Unit Missions
03-9003.02-0001 Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations
04-3303.02-0014 Prepare Platoon or Company Combat Orders
04-3303.02-0037 Navigate While Mounted
04-5030.00-2013 Implement Mission-Oriented Protective Posture Based on Threat or Direction
04-5030.00-2017 Prepare for Nuclear, Biological, or Chemical Attack
S1-9011.07-0001 Describe the Brigade Fight
S3-9001.18-0002 Minimize Combat Stress
S3-9060.00-1000 Conduct Small Unit Combat Operations According to the Law of War

34-3-9000.Execute Collection and Jamming (C&J) Platoon Operations
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
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113-637-2001(SLI) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
.
301-371-1000(SLI) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION
.
301-371-1052(SLI) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND MATERIAL
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
181 -105-2002( SL2) Conduct Combat Operations According to the Law of War
.
805C-PAD-246 I (SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report)
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
071-332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay
071-332-5021(SL3) Prepare a Situation Map
101-92Y-0002(SL3) Plan Tactical Re-Supply Operations
441-091-3000(SL3) Supervise the Implementation of Air Defense Measures
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
101-92Y-0001(SL4) Supervise Supply Activities
101 -CLT-0198(SL4) Supervise Tactical Feeding Operation
I51-357-0001(SL4) Supervise CSS Functions During Platoon Operations
805C-PAD-4595(SL4 Supervise Cross-leveling of Personnel
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon

Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)
2-83
DODDOA 019162
01-9001.17-0003 Build a Cohesive Unit or Organization
01-9001.19-0002 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or Equivalent Sized Organization
01-9007.01-0250 Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct
01-9017.02-0002 Conduct a Battle Analysis
03-5105.00-0002 Direct Field Feeding Operations
03-8310.00-9000 Supervise Unit Preventive Medicine and Field Sanitation Procedures
03-9001.10-0004 Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as a Commander or Staff Officer
03-9001.12-0003 Communicate Effectively as a Commander or Staff Officer
03-9001.13-0001 Solve Problems Using the Military Problem Solving Process
03-9001.14-0002 Motivate Subordinates to Accomplish Unit Missions
03-9003.02-0001 Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations
04-3303.02-0014 Prepare Platoon or Company Combat Orders
04-3303.02-0037 Navigate While Mounted
04-5030.00-2013 Implement Mission-Oriented Protective Posture Based on Threat or Direction
04-5030.00-2017 Prepare for Nuclear, Biological, or Chemical Attack
S1-9011.07-0001 Describe the Brigade Fight
S3-9001.18-0002 Minimize Combat Stress
S3-9060.00-1000 Conduct Small Unit Combat Operations According to the Law of War

34-3-9015.Execute Electronic Warfare (EW) Platoon Operations Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1 Individual Task(s)
. 113-637-2001(SLI) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
. 301-371-1000(SLI) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION .
301-371-1052(SLI) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND MATERIAL Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2 Individual Task(s)
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81-105-2002(SL2) Conduct Combat Operations According to the Law of War
.
805C-PAD-246I(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report)
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
071 -332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay
071-332-502I(SL3) Prepare a Situation Map
101 -92Y-0002(SL3) Plan Tactical Re-Supply Operations
441-091-3000(SL3) Supervise the Implementatiori of Air Defense Measures
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
101-92Y-0001(SLA) Supervise Supply Activities 101 -CLT-0198(SL4) Supervise Tactical Feeding Operation 151-357-000I(SL4) Supervise CSS Functions During Platoon Operations 805C-PAD-4595(SL4 Supervise Cross-leveling of Personnel
DODDOA 019163

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850-00I-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)
01-9001.17-0003 Build a Cohesive Unit or Organization
01-9001.19-0002 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or Equivalent Sized Organization
01-9007.01-0250 Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct
01-9017.02-0002 Conduct a Battle Analysis
03-5 I 05.00-0002 Direct Field Feeding Operations
03-8310.00-9000 Supervise Unit Preventive Medicine and Field Sanitation Procedures
03-9001.10-0004 Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as a Commander or Staff Officer
03-9001.12-0003 Communicate Effectively as a Commander or Staff Officer
03-9001.13-0001 Solve Problems Using the Military Problem Solving Process
03-9001.14-0002 Motivate Subordinates to Accomplish Unit Missions
03-9003.02-0001 Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations
04-3303.02-0014 Prepare Platoon or Company Combat Orders
04-3303.02-0037 Navigate While Mounted
04-5030.00-2013 Implement Mission-Oriented Protective Posture Based on Threat or Direction
04-5030.00-2017 Prepare for Nuclear, Biological, or Chemical Attack
S1-9011.07-0001 Describe the Brigade Fight
S3-9001.18-0002 Minimize Combat Stress
S3-9060.00-1000 Conduct Small Unit Combat Operations According to the Law of War

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34-3-9020 Execute Service Support Platoon Operations Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1 Individual Task(s)
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113-637-2001(SLI) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
.
301-371-1000(SLI) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION
.
301-371-1052(SL I ) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND MATERIAL
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
. 181-105-2002(SL2) Conduct Combat Operations According to the Law of War
.
805C-PAD-246 I (SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report)
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
071-332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay
071-332-5021(SL3) Prepare a Situation Map
101-92Y-0002(SL3) Plan Tactical Re-Supply Operations
441-091-3000(SL3) Supervise the Implementation of Air Defense Measures
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
2-85
DODDOA 019164
Individual Task(s)
101-92Y-0001(SL4) Supervise Supply Activities
101-CLT-0198(SL4) Supervise Tactical Feeding Operation
I 51-357-0001(SL4) Supervise CSS Functions During Platoon Operations
805C-PAD-4595(SL4 Supervise Cross-leveling of Personnel
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon

Office!' MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s) 01-9001.17-0003 Build a Cohesive Unit or Organization 01-9001.19-0002 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or Equivalent Sized Organization 01-9007.01-0250 Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct 01-9017.02-0002 Conduct a Battle Analysis 03-5105.00-0002 Direct Field Feeding Operations 03-8310.00-9000 Supervise Unit Preventive Medicine and Field Sanitation Procedures 03-9001.10-0004 Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as a Commander or Staff Officer 03-9001.12-0003 Communicate Effectively as a Commander or Staff Officer 03-9001.13-0001 Solve Problems Using the Military Problem Solving Process 03-9001.14-0002 Motivate Subordinates to Accomplish Unit Missions 03-9003.02-0001 Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations 04-3303.02-0014 Prepare Platoon or Company Combat Orders 04-3303.02-0037 Navigate While Mounted 04-5030.00-2013 Implement Mission-Oriented Protective Posture Based on Threat or Direction 04-5030.00-2017 Prepare for Nuclear, Biological, or Chemical Attack SI-9011.07-0001 Describe the Bngade Fight S3-9001.18-0002 Minimize Combat Stress S3-9060.00-1000 Conduct Small Unit Combat Operations According to the Law of War
34-3-9021.Execute Ground Surveillance Radar Platoon Operations
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
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113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
.
301-371-1000(SLI) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION
.
301-371-1052(SLI) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND MATERIAL
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
. 181-105-2002(SL2) Conduct Combat Operations According to the Law of War
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805C-PAD-2461(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report)
. 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
071-332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay
071-332-5021(SL3) Prepare a Situation Map
101-92Y-0002(SL3) Plan Tactical Re-Supply Operations

DODDOA 019165

441-091-3000(SL3) 850-001-3001(SL3)
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Supervise the Implementation of Air Defense Measures.
Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
101-92Y-0001 (SL4)
10I-CLT-0198(SL4)
151-357-0001(SL4) 805C-PAD-4595(SL4 850-001-4001(SIA) Supervise Supply Activities Supervise Tactical Feeding Operation Supervise CSS Functions During Platoon Operations Supervise Cross-leveling of Personnel Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s) 01-9001.17-0003 01-9001.19-0002 01-9007.01-0250 01-9017.02-0002 03-5105.00-0002 03-8310.00-9000 03-9001.10-0004 03-9001.12-0003 03-9001.13-0001 03-9001.14-0002 03-9003.02-0001 04-3303.02-0014 04-3303.02-0037 04-5030.00-2013 04-5030.00-2017 S I -9011.07-0001 S3-9001.18-0002 S3-9060.00-1000
Build a Cohesive Unit or Organization
Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or Equivalent Sized Organization
Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct
Conduct a Battle Analysis
Direct Field Feeding Operations
Supervise Unit Preventive Medicine and Field Sanitation Procedures
Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as a Commander or Staff Officer
Communicate Effectively as a Commander or Staff Officer
Solve Problems Using the Military Problem Solving Process
Motivate Subordinates to Accomplish Unit Missions
Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations
Prepare Platoon or Company Combat Orders
Navigate While Mounted
Implement Mission-Oriented Protective Posture Based on Threat or Direction
Prepare for Nuclear, Biological, or Chemical Attack
Describe the Brigade Fight
Minimize Combat Stress
Conduct Small Unit Combat Operations According to the Law of War
34-4-0005.Prepare Sensors Anti-Intrusion DT-561/GSQ, DT-562/GSQ, and DT-565/GSQ for Operation
Enlisted MOS: 96R Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
301-341-1704REPLACE BATTERY BA 5598

34-4-0006 .Employ the Anti-Intrusion DT-561/GSQ, DT-562/GSQ, and DT-565/GSQ Sensors Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s) 052-191-1362(SLI) 071-326-0503(SL I ) 071-326-0510(SLI) 071-326-0511(SL1)
CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT Move Over, Through, or Around Obstacles (Except Minefields) React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted React to Flares
2-87
DODDOA 019166

071 -326-3002(SL I ) React to Indirect Fire While Mounted
071-329-1006(SLI) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted
071-329-1030(SL I ) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted
071-331-0815(SLI) Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline
071-410-0002(SLI) React to Direct Fire While Mounted
113-637-200I(SL I ) Communicate via a Tactical Radio

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
181:105-2002(SL2) Conduct Combat Operations According to the Law of War

441-091 -2000(SL2) Defend Against Air Attack (Active)
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
. 850-001-300I(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
34-4-0007.Employ Remotely Monitored Battlefield Sensor System (REMBASS)
Enlisted MOS: 96R Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s) 301-341-1801 PREPARE A SENSOR ACTIVATION SPOT REPORT 301-341-1802PREPARE SENSOR OPERATOR DATA RECORD (SODR) 301-341 -1803PREPARE A SENSOR SKETCH MAP
Enlisted MOS: 96R Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
301-341-2342 PREPARE A TERRAIN PROFILE FOR A GROUND SURVEILLANCE MISSION
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
052-191-1361(SLI) CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT 052-191-1362(SLI) CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT 071-326-0502(SL1) Move Under Direct Fire 071-326-0503(SLI) Move Over, Through, or Around Obstacles (Except Minefields) 071-326-0510(SL1) React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted 071-326-0511(SLI) React to Flares 071-326-0513(SL1) Select Temporary Fighting Positions 07 -326-3002(SL1) React to Indirect Fire While Mounted 071 -329-1006(SL I ) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted 071-329-1030(SLI) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted 071-331-0815(SLI) Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline 071-410-0002(SL1) React to Direct Fire While Mounted 071-710-0006(SL I ) Plan Use of Night Vision Devices
DODDOA 019167

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113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
.
301-371-1000(SL I ) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION
.
301-371-1052(SL1) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND MATERIAL
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
031 -503-3008(SL2) IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE
061-283-6003(SL2) ADJUST INDIRECT FIRE
071-326-5502(SL2) Issue a Fragmentary Order
071-326-5505(SL2) Issue an Oral Operation Order
071-326-5705(SL2) Establish an Observation Post
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay
071-430-0002(SL2) Conduct a Defense by a Squad
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
181-105-2002(SL2) Conduct Combat Operations According to the Law of War
441-091 -2000(SL2) Defend Against Air Attack (Active)
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
071 -326-5805(SL3) Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission
071-332-502I(SL3) Prepare a Situation Map
071 -430-0003(SL3) Consolidate a Squad Following Enemy Contact While in the Defense
071 -430-0004 (SL3) Reorganize a Squad Following Enemy Contact While in the Defense

.
34-4-0008 Emplace Antenna Group 0E-239
Enlisted MOS: 96R Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
301-341-1836 EMPLOY ANTENNA GROUP OE-239
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
.

34-4-0009 Prepare the Repeater for Operation
Enlisted MOS: 96R Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
2-89
DODDOA 019168
301-341-1709EMPLOY REPEATER RT-1175(•)
301-341-1710REPLACE BATTERY BA 5590/U AND POWER SUPPLY PP 8080
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)

.
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
.

101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
.

850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-300I(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard

.
34-4-0010 Emplace the Repeater for Operation Enlisted MOS: 96R Skill Level: I Individual Task(s) 301-341-1709 EMPLOY REPEATER RT-1175(g) Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I Individual Task(s)
.
052-191-1362(SL1) CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay
09I-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
.
34-4-0011 Recover the Repeater Enlisted MOS: 96R Skill Level: 1 Individual Task(s) 301-341-1709 EMPLOY REPEATER RT-1 175(*) Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I Individual Task(s)
DODDOA 019169
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071-329-1006(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted
.
071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted
.
071-331-0815(SL I ) Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay
09I-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
850-001 -2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3 Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
.
34-4-0012 Operate the Portable Monitoring Set R-2016 Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2 Individual Task(s)
.
09I-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
.
101 -92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
.
850-001 -2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-300 l(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
.
34-4-0013 Operate Code Programmer, C-10434/GSQ Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2 Individual Task(s)
.
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
.
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
.
850-001 -2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-300 1 (SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
34-4-0014 .Recover the Sensors (Remotely Monitored Battlefield Sensor System (REMBASS)) Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
2-91
DODDOA 019170
Individual Task(s)
.
071-329-1006(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted
.
071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay
09I-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Tasks)
.
850-001-300I(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
34-4-0301.Repair IEW Equipment in a Unit/DS/GS Maintenance Facility
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
.
301-371-1052(SL1) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND MATERIAL
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
.
101-92Y-0006(SL2) inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
301-371-I 150(SL3) IDENTIFY INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) ASSETS
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
091-CLT-3009(SL4) Supervise Maintenance Operations
.
I51-357-0002(SL4) Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) Operations
.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
34-4-0302.Control Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Equipment Repair Process in a Unit/Direct Support/General Support Facility
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
DODDOA 019171
301-371-1052(SLI).PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND MATERIAL
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
.

101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
.

850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
301-371-1150(SL3) IDENTIFY INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) ASSETS
.

850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
09I-CLT-3009(SL4) Supervise Maintenance Operations
.
151-357-0002(SL4) Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) Operations
.
850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
34-4-0303 .Perform Material Technical Inspection (TI) and Evacuation Operations of IEW Equipment Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
.
301-371-1052(SLI) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND MATERIAL
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
.
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
.

850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)

.
301-371-1150(SL3) IDENTIFY INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) ASSETS
.

850-001-300 1 (SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
091 -CLT-3009(SL4 ) Supervise Maintenance Operations
.
151-357-0002(SL4) Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) Operations
.
850-00I-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
34-4-0304.Repair Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Systems/Equipment at a Forward-Deployed Location
2-93
DODDOA 019172
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level:
Individual Task(s)

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301-371-1052(SLI) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND MATERIAL
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)

.
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
.

101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
.

850-00l -2000(S L2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)

.
031-503-3004 SUPERVISE THE CROSSING OF A CONTAMINATED AREA
.
301-371-1150(SL3) IDENTIFY INTELLIGENCEAND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) ASSETS
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)

.
091-CLT-3009(SL4) Supervise Maintenance Operations

.
151-357-0002(SL4) Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) Operations

.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
34-4-0305.Conduct Intelligence and Electronic Warfare (IEW) Systems Integration Operations Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1 Individual Task(s)
.
301-371-1052(SLI) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND MATERIAL
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)

.
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
.

101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
.

850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)

.
301-371-1150(SL3) IDENTIFY INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) ASSETS
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
091-CLT-3009(SL4).Supervise Maintenance Operations

DODDOA 019173
.
I51-357-0002(SL4) Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) Operations
.
850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
34-4-0306.Perform Quality Assurance on IEW Systems Maintenance Operations
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
.
301-371-1052(SL1) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND MATERIAL
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
071-326-0515.SELECT A MOVEMENT ROUTE USING A MAP
071-329-1006NAVIGATE FROM ONE POINT ON THE GROUND TO ANOTHER POINT WHILE

DISMOUNTED
091-CLT-4029(SL2) .Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
I 01-92Y-0006(SL2).Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
113-573-8006 USE AN AUTOMATED SIGNAL OPERATION INSTRUCTION (S01)
850-001-2000(SL2).Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
031-503-3004.SUPERVISE THE CROSSING OF A CONTAMINATED AREA
071-328-5301 INSPECT PERSONNEUEQUIPMENT
301-371 -1150(SL3).IDENTIFY INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) ASSETS
850-001-3001(SL3).Control Mission Safety Hazard

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
071-326-5626.PREPARE AN ORAL OPERATION ORDER
091-CLT-3009(SL4) .Supervise Maintenance Operations
I51-357-0002(SL4) .Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) Operations
551-721-3359PREPARE A STRIP MAP
850-001-4001(SL4).Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon

34-4-0600.Prepare the All Source Analysis System (ASAS) for Redeployment
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
.
071-329-1030(SLI) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted
.
301-371-1052(SLI) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND MATERIAL
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
071 -326-5502(SL2) Issue a Fragmentary Order
2-95
DODDOA 019174
071-326-5503(SL2) Issue a Warning Order
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
850-001 -2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
071-326-3013(SL3) CONDUCT A TACTICAL ROAD MARCH
.

850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
34-4-0601.Establish an Operational All Source Analysis System (ASAS) After a Move
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
.
071-329-1030(SL I ) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted

.
113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio

.
301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
071 -326-5502(SL2) Issue a Fragmentary Order
071-326-5503(SL2) Issue a Warning Order
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay
091-C LT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)

101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
850-001 -2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard

34-4-0602.Conduct All Source Analysis System (ASAS) Operations
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
.
113-600-2001(SLI) Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone

.
113-637-2001(SLI) Communicate via a Tactical Radio

.
301-371-1000(SL 1 ) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
2-96
DODDOA 019175
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-300I(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
34-4-1200 .Prepare the AN/TSQ-190 (V) Trojan Spirit for Deployment Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
.
071-329-1030(SLI) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted
.
071-710-0006(SLI) Plan Use of Night Vision Devices
.
113-637-2001(SLI) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
551-721-I352PERFORM VEHICLE PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS)

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
071-326-5502(SL2) Issue a Fragmentary Order
071-326-5503(SL2) Issue a Warning Order
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
071-326-3013(SL3) CONDUCT A TACTICAL ROAD MARCH
.
850-001-300I(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
.
34-4-1201 Establish the Operational Site (Trojan Spirit) Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
.
052-191-1362(SLI) CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT
.
071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
071 -329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay 09I -CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance CheckS and Services (PMCS) 101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability 850-001 -2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
DODDOA 019176
.
071-326-3013(SL3) CONDUCT A TACTICAL ROAD MARCH

.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard

34-4-1202.Prepare the ANWTSQ-190 (V) for Operation (Trojan Spirit) Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2 Individual Task(s) . 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3 Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-300 l(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard

.
34-5-0003 Establish the Radar Site (GSR) Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1 Individual Task(s)
.
052-191-1361(SL1) CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT

.
071-326-0513(SL I ) Select Temporary Fighting Positions

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
071 -332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay

.
071-720-0015(SL3) Conduct an Area Reconnaissance by a Platoon
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)

.
071-326-5775(SL4) Coordinate with an Adjacent Platoon
.
34-5-0004 Conduct Search with Radar
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
052-191-1361(SL1) CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT
052-191-1362(SL1) CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT
071-329-1006(SLI) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted
071-329-1030(SL I) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted
071-331-0815(SLI) Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline
071-710-0006(SL1) Plan Use of Night Vision Devices
301-371-1000(SLI) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
DODDOA 019177
ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
Individual Task(s) .
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
071-326-3013(SL3) CONDUCT A TACTICAL ROAD MARCH
071-326-5805(SL3) Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission
071-720-0015(SL3) Conduct an Area Reconnaissance by a Platoon
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
I81-101-4001(SL4) Conduct a Search/Seizure
.
191-380-0109(SL4) PLAN PATROL ACTIVITIES
.
850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
34-5-0051 .Conduct Common Ground Station (CGS) Pre-Mission Activities Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
.
113-637-2001(SLI) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
. 113-573-8006 USE AN AUTOMATED SIGNAL OPERATION INSTRUCTION (SOI)
34-5-0052 .Conduct Common Ground Station (CGS) Mission Activities Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
.
113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
.
301-371-1052(SL1) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND MATERIAL
34-5-0053 .Conduct Common Ground Station (CGS) Post-Mission Activities Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
. 301-371-1052(SLI) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND MATERIAL
34-5-0054.Prepare the Common Ground Station (CGS) for Redeployment Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
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Individual Task(s)
.
551-88N-0002(SL2) Prepare for Unit Movement
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
551-88N-0004(SL3) Coordinate Unit Movement
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
551 -88N-0003(SL4) Plan Unit Move
.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
34-5-0205.Establish Interrogation Site
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
I91-376-4100(SL2) Perform EPW/CI Security and Control Activities at an EPW/CI CAMP
34-5-0214.Conduct Interrogation Support Operations
Enlisted MOS: 97E Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
121-004-1227ESTABLISH FILES
301-97E-1321.ACCOUNT FOR CAPTURED ENEMY DOCUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT
301-97E-1322.SCREEN CAPTURED ENEMY DOCUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT
301-97E-1323.TRANSLATE DOCUMENTS
301-97E-1324.EVACUATE CAPTURED ENEMY DOCUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT
301-97E-1325.DETERMINE DISPOSITION OF DOCUMENTS CAPTURED WITH

EPW/DETAINEES
301-97E-1400.PROCESS DOCUMENTS
301-97E-1401.SCREEN DOCUMENTS FOR INTELLIGENCE VALUE
301-97E-1402.DETERMINE DISPOSITION OF SOURCE RELATED DOCUMENTS
301-97E-1403.EXPLOIT DOCUMENTS
301-97E-1450.EXPLOIT OPEN SOURCE MATERIAL
30I-97E-1451.CONDUCT AN INTERROGATION USING AN INTERPRETER
301-97E-1500.PREPARE A TACTICAL TRANSLATION REPORT
301-97E-1501.PREPARE A SPOT REPORT (IN SALUTE FORMAT)
301-97E-1502.PREPARE A TACTICAL INTERROGATION REPORT (TIR)

Enlisted MOS: 97E Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
301-337-3305 SELECT SOURCES AND ASSIGN PRIORITY OF INTERROGATION
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ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
301-337-3308ASSIGN INTERROGATORS 301-97E-3309.ASSIGN DOCUMENT TRANSLATORS 301-97E-3310.ASSIGN INTERPRETERS
Enlisted MOS: 97E Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s).
301-97E-4307 SUPERVISE INTERROGATION ACTIVITIES . 301-97E-4309 SUPERVISE INTERPRETATION ACTIVITIES
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s) .
113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio . 181-105-100 1 (SL I ) Comply with the Law of War and the Geneva and Hague Conventions.
301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s) .
181-105-2001(SL2) Enforce the Law of War and the Geneva and Hague Conventions. I91-376-4101(SL2) Process EPW/CI at Collecting Point or Holding Area.
.
301-371 -1200(SL2) PROCESS CAPTURED MATERIEL
34-5-0800.Establish an Electronic Support (ES) or Electronic Attack (EA) Site
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
071-326-0513(SLI) Select Temporary Fighting Positions
071-326-5703(SL 1 ) Construct Individual Fighting Positions
071-329-1006(SLI) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted
071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted
071-331-0815(SL1) Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline
071-331-1004(SLI) Perform Duty as a Guard
113-571-1023(SLI) Prepare a Written Message in USMTF Format
,113-600-2001(SLI) Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone 113-637-2001(SLI) Communicate via a Tactical Radio 191-376-4114(SL1) Control Entry to and Exit From a Restricted Area
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
071-326-0608(SL2) Use Visual Signaling Techniques
071-326-5705(SL2) Establish an Observation Post
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay
071-430-0002(SL2) Conduct a Defense by a Squad
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
441-091-2000(SL2) Defend Against Air Attack (Active)
805C-PAD-2461(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report)
805C-PAD-2472(SL2 Prepare a Duty Roster

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Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
071-326-5805(SL3) Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission
071-332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay
071-332-5021(SL3) Prepare a Situation Map
071-410-0012(SL3) Conduct Occupation of an Assembly Area
071-720-0015(SL3) Conduct an Area Reconnaissance by a Platoon
551-88N-0004(SL3) Coordinate Unit Movement

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s) .
071-326-5775(SL4) Coordinate with an Adjacent Platoon.
071-430-0006(SL4) Conduct a Defense by a Platoon
.
805C-PAD-1001(SL4 Prepare a Standing Operating Procedure (SOP)
34-5-0801 .Conduct Voice Communications Intercept or Radio Direction Finding (RDF) Using AN/TRQ-32A(V)2 Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
113-600-2001(SL1) Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone
113-637-2001(SLI) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
301-371-1000(SLI) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION
301-371-1050(SL1) IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) MEASURES
301-371-1052(SL1) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND MATERIAL

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
071-332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay 071-332-5021(SL3) Prepare a Situation Map 301-371-1150(SL3) IDENTIFY INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) ASSETS 805C-PAD-3591(SL3 Protect Classified Information and Materials 805C-PAD-3594(SL3 Store Classified Information and Materials
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s) . 071-326-5775(SL4) Coordinate with an Adjacent Platoon
34-5-0803.Conduct Voice Communications Intercept or Radio Direction Finding (RDF) Using the AN/PRD-12
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Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
113-571-1023(SLI) Prepare a Written Message in USMTF Format
113-600-2001(SL1) Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone
13-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION
301-371-1050(SLI) IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) MEASURES
301-371-1052(SLI) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND MATERIAL
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
301-371-1150(SL3) IDENTIFY INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) ASSETS
.
805C-PAD-3591(SL3 Protect Classified Information and Materials

.
805C-PAD-3594(SL3 Store Classified Information and Materials
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)

.
071-326-5775(SL4) Coordinate with an Adjacent Platoon
.
805C-PAD-100I(SL4 Prepare a Standing Operating Procedure (SOP)
34-5-0805.Conduct HF OR VHF Electronic Attack ( EA) Operations Using ANCTLQ-17A(V)3
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
113-571-1023(SL1) Prepare a Written Message in USMTF Format
113-600-2001(SL1) Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone
I I 3-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION
301-371-1050(SL1) IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) MEASURES
301-371-1052(SL1) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND MATERIAL

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
301-371-1150(SL3) IDENTIFY INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) ASSETS
.
805C-PAD-359l (SL3 Protect Classified Information and Materials
.
805C-PAD-3594(SL3 Store Classified Information and Materials
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)

.
071-326-5775(SL4) Coordinate with an Adjacent Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)
.
01-5767.02-0001 Conduct Electronic Counter-Counter Measures

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.
01-5831.02-0003 Read a Message
.
01-5831.10-0004 Write a Message
34-5-0806.Perform Limited Analysis of Reported Information
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
113-571-1023(SL1) Prepare a Written Message in USMTF Format
113-600-2001(SL)) Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone
113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION
301-371-1050(SLI) IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) MEASURES
301-371-1052(SLI) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION AND MATERIAL

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
301-371-1150(SL3) IDENTIFY INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) ASSETS
.
805C-PAD-3591(SL3 Protect Classified Information and Materials
.
805C-PAD-3594(SL3 Store Classified Information and Materials
.
34-5-0913 Prepare for Counterintelligence Operations Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1 Individual Task(s)
.
113-637-2001(SLI) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
.
181-105-1001(SLI) Comply with the Law of War and the Geneva and Hague Conventions
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)

.
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay
.
181-105-2001(SL2) Enforce the Law of War and the Geneva and Hague Conventions
.
181-105-2002(SL2) Conduct Combat Operations According to the Law of War
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)

.
071 -332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay
.
34-5-0914 Deploy Counterintelligence Team Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1 Individual Task(s)
.
071-329-1006(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted
.
071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted

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113-637-2001(SL1).Communicate via a Tactical Radio
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
071-326-0515.SELECT A MOVEMENT ROUTE USING A MAP
071-329-1011 ORIENT A MAP USING A COMPASS
091-CLT-4029(SL2) .Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
09I-CLT-3009(SL4).Supervise Maintenance Operations

34-5-0915.Perform Counterintelligence Operations
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
.
301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION
.
301-371-1050(SL1) IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) MEASURES
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
071 -332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay
.
071-332-502I(SL3) Prepare-a Situation Map
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
159-200-2020(SL4) Integrate threat capabilities into mission planning.
34-5-0916.Redeploy Counterintelligence Team
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
.
071-329-1030(SLI) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
091 -CLT-4029(SL2 ) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
.
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
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ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
071-326-5805(SL3) Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
09I-CLT-3009(SL4).Supervise Maintenance Operations
34-5-0917.Use a Linguist While Conducting an Interrogation
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
.
181-105-1001(SL1) Comply with the Law of War and the Geneva and Hague Conventions
.
301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION
.
301-371-1050(SLI) IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) MEASURES
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
181 -105 -2001(SL2) Enforce the Law of War and the Geneva and Hague Conventions
34-5-1117.Break Contact
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
071-008-0007(SL I ) Engage Targets with an M I 6A1 or M I 6A2 Rifle Using an AN/PAS-I3 Series Thermal
Sight
071-311-2025(SL1) Maintain an M 16A1 or M16A2 Rifle
071-311-2125(SLI) Maintain an M203 Grenade Launcher
071-311-2127(SLI) Load an M203 Grenade Launcher
071-311-2128(SLI) Unload an M203 Grenade Launcher
071-311-2129(SLI) Correct Malfunctions of an M203 Grenade Launcher
071-311-2130(SL1) Engage Targets with an M203 Grenade Launcher
071-312-3007(SL1) Prepare a Range Card for an M60 Machine Gun
071-312-3025(SLI) Maintain an M60 Machine Gun
071-312-3027(SLI) Load an M60 Machine Gun
071-312-3028(SLI) Unload an M60 Machine Gun
071-312-3031(SL1) Engage Targets with an M60 Machine Gun
071-315-2308(SL I) Engage Targets with an M 16A1 or M16A2 Rifle Using a Night Vision Sight AN/PVS-4
071-325-440I(SLI) Perform Safety Checks on Hand Grenades
071-325-4407(SL I ) Employ Hand Grenades
071-326-0502(SL I ) Move Under Direct Fire
071-326-0503(SLI) Move Over, Through, or Around Obstacles (Except Minefields)
071-326-0510(SLI) React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted
071-326-0513(SLI) Select Temporary Fighting Positions
.
071-329-1006(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted

.
181-105-1001(SL1) Comply with the Law of War and the Geneva and Hague Conventions
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)

.
061-283-6003(SL2) ADJUST INDIRECT FIRE
071-326-0515 SELECT A MOVEMENT ROUTE USING A MAP

.
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
.
181-105-200I(SL2) Enforce the Law of War and the Geneva and Hague Conventions
.
181-105-2002(SL2) Conduct Combat Operations According to the Law of War
.
805C-PAD-2461(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report)
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)

.
071-326-5805(SL3) Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)

.
071-326-5775(SL4) Coordinate with an Adjacent Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)

.
04-3306.01-0001 Control Movement Techniques
34-5-1600.Perform Direction Finding (DF) Operations with the ANUTSQ-138 Trailblazer Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
.
301-371-1000(SLI) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION
.
301-371-1050(SL1) IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) MEASURES
34-6-2021.Conduct Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB) (ACR)
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)

.
07 I -332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned

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Individual Task(s) 01-9001.19-0002 01-9007.01-0130 01-9007.01-0250 01-9017.02-0002 03-9001.10-0004 03-9001.12-0003 03-9001.13-0001
Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or Equivalent Sized Organization Write to Persuade a Decision Maker to Choose a Course of Action Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct Conduct a Battle Analysis Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as a Commander or Staff Officer Communicate Effectively as a Commander or Staff Officer Solve Problems Using the Military Problem Solving Process
34-6-2022.Produce Intelligence Products (ACR) Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s) 01-9001.19-0002 01-9007.01-0130 01-9017.02-0002 03-9001.10-0004 03-9001.12-0003 03-9001.13-0001 04-9007.01-0220
Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or Equivalent Sized Organization Write to Persuade a Decision Maker to Choose a Course of Action Conduct a Battle Analysis Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as a Commander or Staff Officer Communicate Effectively as a Commander or Staff Officer Solve Problems Using the Military Problem Solving Process Write to Inform or Direct
34-6-2023.Disseminate Combat Information and Intelligence (ACR) Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s) 01-9001.19-0002 01-9007.01-0130 01-9007.01-0250 01-9017.02-0002 03-9001.10-0004 03-9001.12-0003 03-9001.13-0001
Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or Equivalent Sized Organization Write to Persuade a Decision Maker to Choose a Course of Action Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct Conduct a Battle Analysis Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as a Commander or Staff Officer Communicate Effectively as a Commander or Staff Officer Solve Problems Using the Military Problem Solving Process
34-6-2024.Direct Intelligence Operations (ACR) Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s) 01-9001.19-0002 01-9007.01-0130 01-9007.01-0250 01-9017.02-0002 03-9001.10-0004 03-9001.12-0003 03-9003.02-0001 04-9007.01-0220
Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or Equivalent Sized Organization Write to Persuade a Decision Maker to Choose a Course of Action Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct Conduct a Battle Analysis Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as a Commander or Staff Officer Communicate Effectively as a Commander or Staff Officer Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations Write to Inform or Direct
-
34-6-2025.Maintain the Current Enemy Situation (ACR)
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s) 071-329-1019(SL2).Use a Map Overlay
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s) 071-332-5000(SL3). Prepare an Operation Overlay 071-332-5021(SL3). Prepare a Situation Map
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s) 01-9001.19-0002 01-9007.01-0130 01-9007.01-0250 01-9017.02-0002 03-9001.10-0004 03-9001.12-0003 03-9001.13-0001 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or Equivalent Sized Organization Write to Persuade a Decision Maker to Choose a Course of Action Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct Conduct a Battle Analysis Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as a Commander or Staff Officer Communicate Effectively as a Commander or Staff Officer Solve Problems Using the Military Problem Solving Process
34-6-2026.Supervise Intelligence Operations (ACR)
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s) 01-9001.19-0002 01-9007.01-0130 01-9007.01-0250 01-9017.02-0002 03-9001.10.0004 03-9001.12-0003 03-9001.13-0001 03-9003.03-0001 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or Equivalent Sized Organization Write to Persuade a Decision Maker to Choose a Course of Action Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct Conduct a Battle Analysis Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as a Commander or Staff Officer Communicate Effectively as a Commander or Staff Officer Solve Problems Using the Military Problem Solving Process Supervise the Management of Accident Risk in Unit Operations
34-6-2027.Process Specific Information Requirements (SIR) Data (ACR)
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s) 01-9001.19-0002 01-9007.01-0130 01-9007.01-0250 01-9017.02-0002 03-9001.10-0004 03-9001.12-0003 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or Equivalent Sized Organization Write to Persuade a Decision Maker to Choose a Course of Action Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct Conduct a Battle Analysis Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as a Commander or Staff Officer Communicate Effectively as a Commander or Staff Officer
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03-9001.13-0001.Solve Problems Using the Military Problem Solving Process
34-6-2028 .Provide Intelligence Support to Targeting (ACR) Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
. 071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
. 071-332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay
. 071-332-5021(SL3) Prepare a Situation Map
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)
01-9001.19-0002 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or Equivalent Sized Organization
01-9007.01-0130 Write to Persuade a Decision Maker to Choose a Course of Action
01-9007.01-0250 Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct
01-9017.02-0002 Conduct a Battle Analysis
03-9001.10-0004 Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as a Commander or Staff Officer
03-9001.12-0003 Communicate Effectively as a Commander or Staff Officer
03-9001.13-0001 Solve Problems Using the Military Problem Solving Process

34-6-2030.Displace the Analysis and Control Element (ACE) (ACR)
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s) 071-326-3002(SL I ) React to Indirect Fire While Mounted 071-329-1030(SLI) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted 071-410-0002(SL1) React to Direct Fire While Mounted
071-710-0006(SLI) Plan Use of Night Vision Devices I13-637-2001(SLI ) Communicate via a Tactical Radio 551-88M-0005(SL I ) Operate a Vehicle in a Convoy
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay. 09I-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
. 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s) . 071-326-3013(SL3) CONDUCT A TACTICAL ROAD MARCH
. 071 -326-5805(SL3 ) Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission
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ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP .
071-410-0012(SL3) Conduct Occupation of an Assembly Area
.
551-88M-000 l(SL3) Lead a Convoy Serial/March Unit
.
850-001-3001 (SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)

.
03-9003.02-0001 Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations
.
04-3303.02-0037 Navigate While Mounted
34-6-2031.Emplace the Analysis and Control Element (ACE) (ACR)
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)

.
113-637-2001(SL1 ) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)

.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)

.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
34-6-2033.Conduct Intelligence Functions for Deployment (ACR)
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)
01-9001.19-0002 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or Equivalent Sized Organization
01-9007.01-0130 Write to Persuade a Decision Maker to Choose a Course of Action
01-9007.01-0250 Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct
01-9017.02-0002 Conduct a Battle Analysis
03-9001.10-0004 Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as a Commander or Staff Officer
03-9001.12-0003 Communicate Effectively as a Commander or Staff Officer
03-9001.13-0001 Solve Problems Using the Military Problem Solving Process
03-9003.03-0001 Supervise the Management of Accident Risk in Unit Operations

43-2-C322.34-0001 Perform Unit Level Maintenance
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)

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09 I -CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
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850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
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Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3 Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-300I(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4 Individual Task(s)
.
09I-CLT-3009(SL4) Supervise Maintenance Operations
.
850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)
0I -4965.90-0001 Supervise Unit Maintenance Operations
03-4651.90-0001 Supervise Training and Licensing of Unit Equipment Operators
03-4966.90-0010 Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services
03-4976.90-0501 Prepare a Materiel Condition Status Report
03-4995.90-0010 Direct Vehicle and Equipment Recovery Operations
03-5101.00-0283 Supervise the Maintenance of Unit Prescribed Load List
03-9003.02-0001 Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations
03-9003.03-0001 Supervise the Management of Accident Risk in Unit Operations

43-2-C323.34-0001 Manage Unit Maintenance Operations Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
09I-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3 Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-3001( SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4 Individual Task(s)
.
091-CLT-3009(SL4) Supervise Maintenance Operations
.
850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
Officer MOS:-COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s) 01-4965.90-0001 Supervise Unit Maintenance Operations 03-4651.90-0001 Supervise Training and Licensing of Unit Equipment Operators 03-4966.90-0010 Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services 03-4976.90-0501 Prepare a Materiel Condition Status Report 03-4995.90-0010 Direct Vehicle and Equipment Recovery Operations 03-5101.00-0283 Supervise the Maintenance of Unit Prescribed Load List
ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
. 03-9003.02-0001 Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations
. 03-9003.03-0001 Supervise the Management of Accident Risk in Unit Operations
44-3-C220.34-000I Use Passive Air Defense Measures
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s) 052-191-1361(SL1) CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT 052-191-1362(SL I ) CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT 071-326-5703(SL1) Construct Individual Fighting Positions 071-331-0804(SL1) Perform Surveillance Without the Aid of Electronic Devices 071-331-0815(SL I) Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline 113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
. 071-326-5704(SL2) Supervise Construction of a Fighting Position
. 071-326-5705(SL2) Establish an Observation Post
. 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM SW! Level: 3
Individual Task(s) . 071 -326-3013(SL3) CONDUCT A TACTICAL ROAD MARCH
. 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s) . 850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)
.01-9001.19-0001 Take Charge of a Platoon or Equivalent Organization 03-9003.02-0001 Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations 03-9003.03-0001 Supervise the Management of Accident Risk in Unit Operations
04-3303.02-0014 Prepare Platoon or Company Combat Orders
44-3-C221.34-0001Take Active Combined Arms Air Defense Measures Against Hostile Aerial Platforms
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s) 071-008-0007(SL I ) Engage Targets with an M16A1 or M I 6A2 Rifle Using an AN/PAS-I3 Series Thermal
Sight
071-010-0006(SL1) Engage Targets with an M249 Machine Gun
071-022-0003(SLI) Load a Caliber .50 M2 Machine Gun

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071-100-0003(SL I ) Engage Targets with an M4 or M4A1 Carbine
071-100-0006(SLI) Load an M4 or M4A I Carbine
071-312-4027(SL I ) Load an M249 Machine Gun
071-313-3454(SLI) Engage Targets with a Caliber .50 M2 Machine Gun
071-315-2308(SL1) Engage Targets with an M16A1 or M I6A2 Rifle Using a Night Vision Sight AN/PVS-4
071-326-0513(SLI) Select Temporary Fighting Positions
071-331-0804(SL1) Perform Surveillance Without the Aid of Electronic Devices
113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
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441-091-2000(SL2) Defend Against Air Attack (Active)
.
805C-PAD-2060(SL2 Report Casualties
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
071-326-3013(SL3) CONDUCT A TACTICAL ROAD MARCH
.
071-410-0019(SL3) Control Organic Fires
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s) 01-9001.19-0001 Take Charge of a Platoon or Equivalent Organization 03-9003.02-0001 Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations 03-9003.03-0001 Supervise the Management of Accident Risk in Unit Operations 04-3303.02-0014 Prepare Platoon or Company Combat Orders
55-2-C324.34-0001Conduct a Convo3,
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
071-329-1030(SL I ) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted 071-710-0006(SL 1 ) Plan Use of Night Vision Devices 113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
551-88M-0005(SLI) Operate a Vehicle in a Convoy
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
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031-503-3008(SL2) IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE
.
071-326-5502(SL2) Issue a Fragmentary Order
ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
.
071-326-5503(SL2) Issue a Warning Order

.
071-326-5505(SL2) Issue an Oral Operation Order

.
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
.

850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
071-326-5805(SL3) Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission
441-091-3000(SL3) Supervise the Implementation of Air Defense Measures
551-88M-0001(SL3) Lead a Convoy Serial/March Unit
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
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151-357-0001(SL4) Supervise CSS Functions During Platoon Operations
.
551-721-4326(SL4) PERFORM DUTIES AS CONVOY COMMANDER

.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s)
01-7200.75-0100 Conduct Convoy Operations
01-7300.75-0500 Plan Convoy Operations
0 I -9001.19-0002 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or Equivalent Sized Organization
03-4651.90-0001 Supervise Training and Licensing of Unit Equipment Operators
03-4966.90-0010 Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services
03-4995.90-0010 Direct Vehicle and Equipment Recovery Operations
03-9003.02-0001 Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations
03-9003.03-0001 Supervise the Management of Accident Risk in Unit Operations
04-5030.00-2013 Implement Mission-Oriented Protective Posture Based on Threat or Direction
04-3303.02-0040 Navigate with a Compass and Map

55-2-C325.34-0001 Receive External Sling Load Resuppl),
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
individual Task(s)
.
101-92Y-0002(SL3) Plan Tactical Re-Supply Operations
.
850-001-300I(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
101 -92Y-0001(SL4) Supervise Supply Activities
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.151-357-0001(SL4) Supervise CSS Functions During Platoon Operations
.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
Officer MOS: COM Skill Level: Pre-Commissioned
Individual Task(s).
01-9001.19-0002 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or Equivalent Sized Organization
.
03-9003.02-0001 Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations
.03-9003.03-0001 Supervise the Management of Accident Risk in Unit Operations
63-2-8001.34-0001 Perform Deployment Alert Activities
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s) . 071-331-1004(SL1) Perform Duty as a Guard.
301-371-1050(SL1) IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) MEASURES
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s) . 101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
. 805C-PAD-2461(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report)
. 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s) .
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
805C-PAD-1245(SL4 Support Unit And Family Readiness Through The Army Family Team Building (AFTB)
Program
805C-PAD-4357(SL4 Manage Subordinate Soldier's Deployment Requirements
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon

63-2-8002.34-0001 Perform Personnel and Administrative Predeployment Activities
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s) . 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s) . 850-001-300 1 (SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
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Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
805C-PAD-1245(SL4 Support Unit And Family Readiness Through The Army Family Team Building (AFTB)

Program
805C-PAD-4357(SL4 Manage Subordinate Soldier's Deployment Requirements
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon

63-2-8003.34-0001 Perform Predeployment Training Activities
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)

.
850-001-300I(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)

.
850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
63-2-8004.34-0001 Perform Predeployment Supply Activities Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2 Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ.Accidcnt Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)

.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
63-2-8005.34-0001 Perform Predeployment Maintenance Activities Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2 Individual Task(s)
.
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
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Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)

.
850-001-300 1 (SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
091 -CLT-3009(SL4 ) Supervise Maintenance Operations

.
850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
63-2-8006.34-0001 Prepare Vehicles and Equipment for Deployment Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2 Individual Task(s)
.
551-88N-0002(SL2) Prepare for Unit Movement

.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
551-88N-0004(SL3).- Coordinate Unit Movement

.
850-001 -3001 (SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.

551-88N-0003(SL4) Plan Unit Move
.
850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon

63-2-8007.34-0001 Prepare Unit for Nontactical Move
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I
Individual Task(s)
.
071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted

.
551-88M-0005(SLI) Operate a Vehicle in a Convoy

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
09I -CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
191-379-4407(SL2) PLAN CONVOY SECURITY OPERATIONS
191-379-4412(SL2) PLAN STRAGGLER CONTROL OPERATIONS

551-88N-0002(SL2) Prepare for Unit Movement
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

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Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s) .
551-88M-000I(SL3) Lead a Convoy Serial/March Unit. 551-88N-0004(SL3) Coordinate Unit Movement
. 850-001-300I(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
091-CLT-3009(SL4) Supervise Maintenance Operations
551-721-4326(SL4) PERFORM DUTIES AS CONVOY COMMANDER
551-88N-0003(SL4) Plan Unit Move
850-001 -4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon

63-2-8008.34-0001 Conduct Nontactical Road March
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s) . 071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted
. 113-637-2001(SLI) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
. 551-88M-0005(SLI) Operate a Vehicle in a Convoy
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
091 -CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) 191-376-4110(SL2) Provide In-Transit Security 191-379-4407(S L2) PLAN CONVOY SECURITY OPERATIONS 191-379-4412( SL2) PLAN STRAGGLER CONTROL OPERATIONS
850-001 -2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
• 55I -88M-0001(SL3) Lead a Convoy Serial/March Unit 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4 Individual Task(s)
. 09I-CLT-3009(SL4) Supervise Maintenance Operations
. 551-721-4326(SL4) PERFORM DUTIES AS CONVOY COMMANDER
. 850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
63-2-8009.34-0001 Perform Sea Port of Embarkation Activities for Deployment Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
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Individual Task(s)
.
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
.
551-88N-0002(SL2) Prepare for Unit Movement
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
551 -88N-0004(SL3 ) Coordinate Unit Movement
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon

63-2-8010.34-0001 Perform Aerial Port of Embarkation Activities for Deployment
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
101 -92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
.
551 -88N-0002(SL2) Prepare for Unit Movement
.
850-001 -2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
551 -88N-0004(SL3) Coordinate Unit Movement
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
551 -88N-0003(SL4) Plan Unit Move
.
850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
63-2-8011.34-0001 Perform Aerial Port of Debarkation Activities for Deployment
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
.
551-88N-0002(SL2) Prepare for Unit Movement
.
850-001 -2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
551-88N-0004(SL3).Coordinate Unit Movement
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ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
850-001-3001(SL3).Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)

.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
63-2-8012.34-0001 Perform Seaport of Debarkation Activities for Deployment Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
101 -92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
.
551 -88N-0002(SL2) Prepare for Unit Movement
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)

.
551-88N-0004(5L3) Coordinate Unit Movement
63-2-8013.34-0001 Prepare Equipment Reception Team for Tactical Road March Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2 Individual Task(s)
.
551-88N-0002(SL2) Prepare for Unit Movement
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
551-88N-0004(SL3) Coordinate Unit Movement
63-2-8014.34-0001 Perform Redeployment Personnel and Administrative Actions Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2 Individual Task(s)
.
805C-PAD-2044(SL2 Recommend Individual for Award and/or Decoration
.

805C-PAD-2461(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report)
63-2-8015.34-0001 Perform Redeployment Training Activities Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2 Individual Task(s) 805C-PAD-2461(SL2.Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report)
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DODDOA 019200
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s) 805C-PAD-1245(SL4.Support Unit And Family Readiness Through The Army Family Team Building (AFTB) Program
63-2-8016.34-0001 Perform Redeployment Supply Activities Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2 Individual Task(s) 09I-CLT-4029(SL2).Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4 Individual Task(s)
.
09I-CLT-3009(SL4) Supervise Maintenance Operations
.
101-92Y-0001(SL4) Supervise Supply Activities
63-2-8017.34-0001 Perform Redeployment Maintenance Activities Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2 Individual Task(s)
.
09I-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
.
850-001 -2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
09I-CLT-3009(SL4).Supervise Maintenance Operations

63-2-8018.34-0001 Prepare Vehicles and Equipment for Redeployment Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2 Individual Task(s)
.
09I-CLT-4029(SL2).Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006(SL2).Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
09I-CLT-3009(SL4).Supervise Maintenance Operations

63-2-8019.34-0001 Perform Sea Port of Embarkation Activities for Redeployment
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ARTEP 34-11 4-30-MTP
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
101 -92Y-0004(SL2) Enforce Property Accountability Policies
101-92Y-0005(SL2) Enforce Compliance with Property Accountability Policies
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-300I(SL3) Control Mission Safety,,Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
091 -CLT-3009(SL4) Supervise Maintenance Operations
.
850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
63-2-8020.34-0001 Perform Aerial Port of Embarkation Activities for Redeployment Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
.
850-001 -2000(SL2 ) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
551 -88N-0004(SL3) Coordinate Unit Movement
.
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4 Individual Task(s)
.
09I-CLT-3009(SL4) Supervise Maintenance Operations
.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
63-2-8021.34-0001 Perform Aerial Port of Debarkation Activities for Redeployment Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
.
551-88N-0002(SL2) Prepare for Unit Movement
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
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Individual Task(s)
D
551-88N-0004(SL3) Coordinate Unit Movement
.
850-001 -3001(SL3 ) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)

D
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
63-2-8022.34-0001 Perform Home Station Activities
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
09I-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
101 -92Y-0004(SL2) Enforce Property Accountability Policies
101 -92Y-0005(SL2) Enforce Compliance with Property Accountability Policies
101 -92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability

63-2-8023.34-0001 Perform Sea Port of Debarkation Activities for Redeployment Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2 Individual Task(s)
D
101 -92 Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
D
551-88N-0002(SL2) Prepare for Unit Movement
D
850-001 -2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
D
551-8819-0004(SL3) Coordinate Unit Movement
.
850-001 -3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)

D
850-001-400I(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
63-2-8024.34-0001 Perform Demobilization Station Activities
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
101 -92Y-0004(SL2) Enforce Property Accountability Policies
101 -92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability
551 -88N-0002(SL2) Prepare for Unit Movement
805C-PAD-2461(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report)
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ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
551-88N-0004(SL3)DCoordinate Unit Movement
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
551-88N-0003(SL4)DPlan Unit Move

63-2-8025.34-0001 Conduct Integration Activities Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: I Individual Task(s)
D
113-637-2001(SLI) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
805C-PAD-246 I (SL2DMaintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report)
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)

D
I51-357-0002(SL4) Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) Operations
D
159-200-2020(SL4) Integrate threat capabilities into mission planning.
63-2-8026.34-0001 Conduct Staging Activities Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1 Individual Task(s)
D
071-331-0815(SLI) Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
805C-PAD-2461(SL2DMaintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report)

63-2-8027.34-0001 Plan Unit Mobilization in a Peacetime Environment Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2 Individual Task(s)
D
551-88N-0002(SL2) Prepare for Unit Movement
D
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
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Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
551-88N-0004(SL3)DCoordinate Unit Movement
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.

551-88N-0003(SL4) Plan Unit Move
.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon

63-2-8028.34-0001 Plan Unit Deployment Activities Upon Receipt of a Warning Order
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability

.
551-88N-0002(SL2) Prepare for Unit Movement

.
850-001 -2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
551 -88N-0004(SL3)DCoordinate Unit Movement
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.
101-92Y-0001 (SL4) Supervise Supply Activities

D
551-88N-0003(SL4) Plan Unit Move
.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon

63-2-8029.34-0001 Plan Unit Redeployment
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
.
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
.
551-88N-0004(SL3) Coordinate Unit Movement

.
850-001-300I(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
.

551-88N-0003(SL4) Plan Unit Move
.
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon

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71-3-C231.34-0001 Perform Risk Management Procedures Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 2
Individual Task(s)
D
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
D
850-001-300 1 (SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
D
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
71-3-C232.34-000I Maintain Operations Security Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 1
Individual Task(s)
052-191-1361(SL1) CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT
052-191-1362(SL1) CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT
071-331-0815(SLI) Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline
113-637-2001(SLI) Communicate via a Tactical Radio
301-37I-1050(SLI) IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) MEASURES

Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 3
Individual Task(s)
D
052-195-3066(SL3) DIRECT CONSTRUCTION OF NONEXPLOSIVE OBSTACLES
D
551-88M-0001(SL3) Lead a Convoy Serial/March Unit
Enlisted MOS: COM Skill Level: 4
Individual Task(s)
D
551-721-4326(SL4) PERFORM DUTIES AS CONVOY COMMANDER Figure 2-4. Individual Task to Collective Task.
CHAPTER 3
Mission Outlines / Training Plans
3-1. General. The mission outline illustrates the relationships between the missions and their supporting tasks. The outline provides the trainer a diagram of the unit mission, example FTX and STXs, and the collective tasks that comprise them.
3-2. Long-range planning. Long-range planning allows commanders to provide timely input to the Army's various training resource systems and to provide a general direction for the training programs. The long-range plan consists of a calendar covering the planning period and the commander's formal guidance. To develop a long-range plan, the commander must first develop the unit's METL and conduct a training assessment. These two actions are the two principal inputs at the beginning of the planning process. FM 25-100 and other FM 25-Series manuals provide guidance on developing a unit's METL.
a. Develop Unit METL. The first step in developing a METL is analyzing all specified and implied missions and other guidance. Next, the unit's wartime mission is restated. After analyzing the unit's missions and external directives, a list of tasks is identified that must be accomplished if the unit is to successfully accomplish its wartime mission. Subordinate commanders and key NCOs participate in selecting the tasks. The task list is developed using the missions contained in Chapter 2 of the MTP; missions assigned to the company by contingency plans; and missions directed by higher headquarters' guidance. The commander reviews the task list and selects tasks essential to the unit's wartime mission. The selected tasks are forwarded to the next higher headquarters for approval. The tasks selected are the unit's METL, Figure 3-1.
(1) INTELLIGENCE.
1.DDevelop intelligence estimates.
(2) MANEUVER.
I.DPerform advance and quartering party activities.
2.
Establish company command post.

3.
Coordinate movement of subordinate elements.

4.
Supervise establishment of subordinate elements and company headquarters.

5.
Establish logistics operations centers and administrative areas.

(3) MOBILITY AND SURVIVABILITY.
1.
Supervise operations security program.

2.
Supervise nuclear, biological, and chemical defense operations.

(4) COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT.
I. Coordinate internal logistics.
2.DCombat battlefield stress.
3.
Perform risk management procedures.

4.
Provide personnel service support.

5.
Provide administrative service support.

6.
Conduct command religious support program.

(5) COMMAND AND CONTROL. •
1.
Conduct mission analysis.

2.
Conduct intelligence preparation of the battlefield.

3.
Formulate feasible courses of action (S2/S3 Section).

4.
Provide intelligence support (S2/S3 Section).

5.
Develop personnel estimate (SI Section).

6.
Develop logistics estimate.

7.
Develop support operations estimate.

8.
Develop supporting commander's operations estimate. Conduct hasty risk management
(general assessment to support estimate).

9.
Prepare OPLAN/OPORD and annexes. Conduct deliberate risk management (detailed
assessment to support OPLAN/OPORD).

10.
Develop road movement order.

11.
Develop occupation plan.

12.
Plan battalion area tactical operations.

13.
Plan rear area operations.

14.
Establish communications.

15.
Maintain communications.

16.
Provide command and control.

17.
Operate base cluster operations.

18.
Direct response to threat actions.

19.
Direct area damage control operations.

Figure 3-1. Example Battalion METL.
b.
Establish Training Objectives. After the METL is identified, the commander establishes training objectives. The training objectives are conditions and standards which describe the situation or environment and ultimate outcome criteria the unit must meet to successfully perform the tasks. Training objectives and standards for METL can be obtained from the MTP, STP, higher headquarters command guidance and local SOP.

c.
Conduct Training Assessment. The training assessment is the commander's continuous comparison of the unit's current proficiency with the proficiency required to fight and win on the battlefield. The commander, his staff and subordinate commanders

assess the organization's current proficiency on mission essential tasks against the required standard. The commander then indicates the current proficiency by rating each task as "T" (Trained), "P" (Practice Needed), "U" (Untrained), or "?" (Unknown). The outcome of the training assessment identifies the unit's training requirements, Figure 3-2.
CURRENT TRAINING STATUS TRAINING BATTLEFIELD OPERATING SYSTEMS STRATEGY
Mob
Fire & Air
Intel Maneuver Spt Sury Defense -CSS C2 Overall
Mission
Essential Tasks
Supervise operations P T P P T U U P
security program ,
Coordinate internal P T T P U T T T
logistics
Conduct mission U P T T T P T T
analysis
Conduct intelligence ? U ? ? ? ? ? ?
preparation of the
battlefield

Legend:.T - Trained.P - Practice Needed.U - Untrained.? - Status Unknown
Figure 3-2. Sample Commander's Training Assessment.
d. Develop Training Strategy and Commander's Guidance. The training strategy is developed using the outcome from the training assessment. With the training strategy, the commander and his staff establish training priorities by determining the minimum frequency each mission essential task will be trained during the upcoming planning period. It includes the commander's guidance which incorporates the commander's training vision. To develop unit goals, the commander must:
(1)
Review higher commander's goals.

(2)
Spell out in real-world terms what his unit will do to comply with the goals of higher commanders.

(3)
List in broad terms his own goals for the unit. Figure 3-3 provides a sample of battalion goals.

Attain and sustain proficiency in all MTP missions. Maintain a 90 percent OR rate. Attain and sustain a 100 percent crew qualification.
Figure 3-3. Example Battalion Goals.
e. Establish Training Priorities. Priorities are established for training METL tasks by basing the priorities on training status, the criticality of the task and the relative training emphasis the task should receive. Figure 3-4 provides a sample training priority list.
TASK SOURCE TRAINING PRIORITY
Conduct Mission Analysis MTP 2
Formulate Feasible Courses of Action MTP 3
Develop Intelligence Estimate MTP 4
Develop Personnel Estimate MTP 5
Command and Control MTP 1

Figure 3-4. Example Training Priority
f. Prepare long-range Planning Calendar. The long-range planning calendar is the coordinating tool for long-range planning. It is structured by long-range training events to identify time periods available for training mission essential tasks. The long­range planning calendar projects training events and activities of the unit for the upcoming 12 to 18 months. To prepare a long-range calendar, follow the steps outlined below:
(1)
Select training events and activities to train the missions. At company level, the commander must project events that will enable him to achieve his goals.

(2)
Assign time for subordinate platoons to train. Platoon leaders must be allowed to develop their training programs in support of the company training program.

(3)
Examine various training alternatives to make optimum use of the training support available to the unit. Available training resources must be compared against higher headquarters directed training, battalion directed training events, and subordinate level projected training events.

(4)
Obtain approval of long-range plans from petroleum group.

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(5)
Issue guidance. Training guidance is issued to the staff and subordinate units with the long-range training calendar. This training guidance supplements the long­range training calendar and generally includes:

(a)
Training policies.

(b)
Types of mandatory training.

(c)
Training resource guidance.

(d)
Quotas for centralized training (schools).

(e)
Training goals.

3-3. Short-range planning. A short-range plan is prepared to address the immediate future (3 months). Short-range planning develops specific training objectives based on the goals and guidance prepared during long-range planning. The short-range plan adds more detail and may modify the long-range plan based on current assessments. Prepare the short-range plan as described below:
a. Review the training program, current unit proficiency, resources, and training environment.
(1)
Review the training program described in the long-range planning process. This review determines if assessments made during long-range planning are still valid.

(2)
Review previous short-range planning calendars for training accomplished, training preempted and lessons learned.

(3)
Review current unit proficiency to update priorities.

(4)
Review resources to determine if it is still possible to execute the program described on the long-range planning calendar.

(5)
Review training environment again in this phase of planning because it takes on added importance as training events and activities approach. Factors that affect the training environment and that collectively impact on the training program are:

(a)
Personnel assigned.

(b)
Personnel turbulence.

(c)
Morale.

(d)
Education programs.

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(e)
Mandatory training.

(f)
Visits, inspections, and tests.

(g)
Supplies and equipment.

(h)
Non-mission related activities.

(i)
Other programs.

b.
Develop a detailed plan of action for short-range training plans. Prepare the

• detailed plan of action as described below:
(1)
Examine events scheduled on the long-range training plan to determine if
they are still valid.

(2)
Transfer valid events to a short-range training/planning calendar.

(3)
Determine desired outcomes for scheduled events.

(4)
Analyze missions to determine related individual, leader, and collective tasks.

(5)
Determine if there are any weaknesses. Select tasks to correct these
identified weaknesses and to sustain selected individual, leader and unit strengths, as
necessary.

(6)
Select the specific training objectives for missions and tasks to be trained.
The T&EOs in Chapter 5 provide the commander with the training objectives.

(7)
Prepare a short-range training planning calendar or 3 monthly schedules.
The short-range training planning calendar provides a detailed plan of action for the
specified period.

(8)
Review short-range plans with higher HQ.

(9)
Issue guidance. This guidance specifically addresses how training will be
accomplished.

3-4. Near-term planning. The final phase of planning is the execution of training. Using the short-range plan, prepare weekly training schedules.
a.
Review the training program, unit proficiency, resources, and training
environment. As in long-range and short-range planning, this review determines if
previous assessments are still valid.

b.
Finalize plans based upon the review of the training program. Determine the best sequence for training tasks, and complete the final coordination of the training events and activities.

c.
Prepare trainers, 0/Cs, OPFOR, and support personnel to know what is being trained, why it is being trained, and what their role in the training will be.

3-5. Developing training exercises. This section provides general procedures for the company leadership to use for FTX preparation and for the company supporting STXs. Exercise plans are normally prepared during preparation of the short-range plan. Prepare the exercises as described below:
a.
Selection of Missions and Tasks for Training. This was accomplished during the development of the long-range plan and refined during the development of the short­range plan.

b.
Site Selection. Confirm selection of a training area.

c.
Scenario Development. After missions and tasks are selected, prepare a detailed scenario for the exercise.

(1)
List the missions, tasks, and events in the preferred sequence of occurrence.

(2)
Identify events necessary for the control of the exercise. These events would normally include issuance of orders, AARs, and any other administrative or logistics action necessary to conduct the exercise.

(3)
Prepare the exercise overlays which show the sequence of actions and terrain to be used for each event.

(4)
Determine the estimated time for each event using the overlay and scenario. The total time is determined to ensure that the scenario can be completed in the time allocated for the exercise.

d.
Selection of 0/Cs and OPFOR. 0/Cs and OPFOR are normally required for every FTX and STX when MILES is used. It is difficult for a company to provide these from its own resources. When 0/Cs and OPFOR must be provided from within the company, unit leaders may have to serve as the 0/Cs for their units and the OPFOR may be selected from personnel within the unit; non essential for attainment of the exercise objectives. Ideally, higher headquarters should provide 0/Cs and OPFOR.

e.
Preparation of the Control Plan. Control plans are developed to coordinate the actions of the training units, OPFOR, and 0/Cs. The scenario is used and a detailed control plan is prepared. The control plan consist of:

(1)
Detailed schedules of OPFOR actions.

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(2)
Detailed instructions for the OPFOR.

(3)
Detailed schedule of unit activities.

(4)
OPORDs and FRAGOs for friendly units. Normally, friendly unit actions are controlled through the issuance of OPORDs and FRAGOs.

f.
Preparation of the Evaluation Plan. All training is evaluated, either internally or externally. The evaluation plan identifies the tasks to be evaluated, by whom, and at what time. The evaluation will consist of:

(1)
Specific instructions for the 0/Cs.

(2)
A sequential list of T&EOs to be evaluated by each 0/C.

(3)
Detailed time schedules for evaluation and AARs.

3-6. Mission Outline. Since unit training is mission oriented, the mission outline shows how task training contributes to the ability of the unit to perform its missions. The mission outline, Figure 3-5, provides the commander with a visual outline of a unit mission in the format that facilitates the planning and management of training.
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE COMPANY, ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT
MISSION OUTLINE
PROVIDE INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT

FTX
CONDUCT PLATOON OPERATIONS
34-2-E0001

STX STX STX
PROVIDE INTELLIGENCE PROTECT THE FORCE DEPLOY/REDEPLOY
34-3-E0009 34-3-E0011 34-3-E0010
Process Captured Documents and Conduct a Chemical Survey Prepare the All Source Analysis
Equipment 03-2-C310.34-0001 System for Redeployment
19-3-3105.34-0001 34-4-0600
. Execute Collection and Jamming Conduct Thorough Prepare the Common Ground
Platoon Operations Decontamination Operations Station for Redeployment
34-3-9000 03-2-C312.34-0001 34-5-0054
Figure 3-5. Provide Intelligence Support Mission Outline Part I

Execute Electronic Warfare
Platoon Operations
34-3-9015

Prepare Sensors Anti-Intrusion
DT-561/GSQ, DT-562/GSQ, and
DT-565/GSQ for Operation
34-4-0005

Employ the Anti-Intrusion DT-
561/GSQ, DT-562/GSQ. and DT-
565/GSQ Sensors
34-4-0006

Employ Remotely Monitored
Battlefield Sensor System
34-4-0007

Employ Antenna Group 0E-239
34-4-0008

Prepare the Repeater for
Operation
34-4-0009

Emplace the Repeater for
Operation
34-4-0010

Recover the Repeater
34-4-0011

Operate the Portable Monitoring
. Set R-20I6

Operate Code Programmer, C-
10434/GSQ
34-4-0013

Recover the Sensors (Remotely
Monitored Battlefield Sensor
System)
34-4-0014

Prepare for Operations Under
Nuclear, Biological, and
Chemical Conditions
03-3-C201.34-0001

Prepare for a Chemical Attack
03-3-C202.34-0001

Respond to a Chemical Attack
03-3-C203.34-0001

Prepare for a Friendly Nuclear
Strike
03-3-C205.34-0001

Prepare for a Nuclear Attack
03-3-C206.34-0001

Cross a Radiologically
Contaminated Area
03-3-C208.34-0001

React to Smoke Operations
03-3-C209.34-0001

Respond to the Residual Effects
of a Nuclear Attack
03-3-C222.34-0001

Respond to the Initial Effects of a
Nuclear Attack
03-3-C223.34-0001

Conduct Operational
Decontamination
03-3-C224.34-0001

Conduct Chemical
Reconnaissance
03-3-C225.34-0001

Deploy Counterintelligence Team
34-5-0914

Redeploy Counterintelligence
Team
34-5-0916

Emplace the Analysis and
Control Element
34-6-2031

Perform Deployment Alert
Activities
63-2-8001.34-0001

Perform Personnel and
Administrative Predeployment
Activities
63-2-8002.34-0001

Perform Predeployment Training
Activities
63-2-8003.34-0001

Prepare Vehicles and Equipment
for Deployment
63-2-8006.34-0001

Prepare Unit for Nontactical
Move
63-2-8007.34-0001

Conduct Nontactical Road March
63-2-8008.34.0001

Perform Sea Port of Embarkation
Activities for Deployment
63-2-8009.34-0001

Perform Aerial Port of
Embarkation Activities for
Deployment
63-2-8010.34-0001

Figure 3-5. Provide Intelligence Support Mission Outline Part I (Continued)
Conduct All Source Analysis
System Operations
34-4-0602

Establish the Radar Site (GSR)
34-5-0003

Conduct Search with Radar
34-5-0004

Establish the Common Ground
Station Site
34-5-0050

Conduct Common Ground
Station Mission Activities
34-5-0052

Conduct Common Ground
Station Post-Mission Activities
34-5-0053

Establish Interrogation Site
34-5-0205

Establish Interrogation Site
34-5-0205

Conduct Interrogation Support
Operations
34-5-0214

Establish an Electronic Support
or Electronic Attack Site
34-5-0800

Conduct Voice Communications
Intercept or Radio Direction
Finding (RDF) Using ANITTRQ-
32A(V)2
34-5-0801

Cross a Chemically Contaminated Area 03-3-C226.34-0001
Camouflage Vehicles and
Equipment
05-2-C301.34-0001

Disable Critical
Equipment/Material
05-3-0210.34-0001

Construct Wire Entanglements
05-3-0301.34-0001

Construct a Protective Obstacle
05-3-C230.34-0001

Prepare Crew Served Weapons
Fighting Positions
05-5-0302.34-0001

Establish Company Defensive
Position
07-2-C314.34-0001

Defend Unit Position

07-3-C212.34-0001

Establish Unit Defense
07-3-C219.34-0001

Treat Casualties
08-2-0003.34-0001

Transport Casualties

08-2-C316.34-0001

Perform Aerial Port of
Debarkation Activities for
Deployment
63-2-8011.34-0001

Perform Sea Port of Debarkation
Activities for Deployment
63-2-8012.34-0001

Prepare Equipment Reception
Team for Tactical Road March
63-2-8013.34-0001

Perform Redeployment Personnel
and Administrative Actions
63-2-8014.34-0001

Perform Redeployment Training
Activities
63-2-8015.34-0001

Perform Redeployment Supply
Activities
63-2-8016.34-0001

Perform Redeployment
Maintenance Activities
63-2-8017.34-0001

Prepare Vehicles and Equipment
for Redeployment
63-2-8018.34-0001

Perform Sea Port of Embarkation
Activities for Redeployment
63-2-8019.34-0001

Perform Aerial Port of
Embarkation Activities for
Redeployment
63-2-8020.34-0001

Perform Aerial Port of
Debarkation Activities for
Redeployment
63-2-8021.34-0001

Figure 3-5. Provide Intelligence Support Mission Outline Part I (Continued)
Conduct Voice Communications Conduct Battlefield Stress Perform Home Station Activities Intercept or Radio Direction Reduction and Prevention 63-2-8022.34-0001 Finding (RDF) Using the Procedures AN/PRD-12 08-2-R303.34-0001 34-5-0803
Conduct HF OR VHF Electronic Perform Field Sanitation Perform Sea Port of Debarkation Attack ( EA) Operations Using Functions Activities for Redeployment AN/TLQ-17A(V)3 08-2-R315.34-0001 63-2-8023.34-0001 34-5-0805
Perform Limited Analysis of Combat Battlefield Stress Perform Demobilization Station Reported Information 12-3-C215.34-0001 Activities 34-5-0806 63-2-8024.34-0001
Prepare for Counterintelligence Handle Enemy Prisoners of War Conduct Integration Activities Operations 19-3-3106.34-0001 63-2-8025.34-0001 34-5-0913
Perform Counterintelligence Use Passive Air Defense Conduct Staging Activities Operations Measures 63-2-8026.34-0001 34-5-0915 44-3-C220.34-0001
Use a Linguist while Conducting Take Active Combined Arms Air Plan Unit Mobilization in a an Interrogation Defense Measures Against Peacetime Environment 34-5-0917 Hostile Aerial Platforms 63-2-8027.34-0001 44-3-C221.34-0001
Perform Direction Finding (DF) Perform Risk Management Plan Unit Deployment Activities
Operations with the AN/TSQ-138 Procedures Upon Receipt of a Warning Order Trailblazer 71-3-C231.34-0001 63-2-8028.34-0001 34-5-1600
Perform Direction Finding (DF) Maintain Operations Security Plan Unit Redeployment
Operations with the ANTTSQ-138 71-3-C232.34-0001 63-2-8029.34-0001 Trailblazer 34-5-1600
Conduct Intelligence Preparation
of the Battlefield
34-6-2021

Produce Intelligence Products
34-6-2022

Disseminate Combat Information
and Intelligence
34-6-2023

Direct Intelligence Operations
34-6-2024

Figure 3-5. Provide Intelligence Support Mission Outline Part I (Continued)
Maintain the Current Enemy
Situation
34-6-2025

Supervise Intelligence Operations 34-6-2026
Process Specific Information
Requirements Data
34-6-2027

Produce a Reconnaissance,
Intelligence, Surveillance and
Target Acquisition (RISTA) Plan
(ACR)
34-6-2029

Conduct Intelligence Functions
for Deployment
34-6-2033

Figure 3-5. Provide Intelligence Support Mission Outline Part I (Continued)
STX SUSTAIN/MAINTAIN/ RESUPPLY 34-3-E0014
Provide Food Service Support 10-2-C317.34-0001
Perform Unit Graves Registration (GRREG) Operations 10-2-C318.34-0001
Receive Airdrop Resupply 10-2-C319.34-0001
STX COMMUNICATE 34-3-E0012
Install/Operate/Maintain a Single
Channel Ground and Airborne
Radio System Frequency
Hopping Net
11-3-1102.34-0001

Establish and Operate a Single
Channel Voice Radio Net
11-3-C3-2.34-0001

Install/Operate/Maintain a Single
Channel Voice Radio Station
11-5-0102.34-0001

STX MOVE 34-3-E0013
Move Tactically 07-3-C211.34-0001
Perform a Tactical Road March 07-3-C227.34-0001
Occupy Assembly Area 07-3-C228.34-0001
Figure 3-5. Provide Intelligence Support Mission Outline Part II.
Provide Company Supply Install/Operate/Maintain Perform Passage of Lines
Support Frequency Modulated Radio 07-3-C229.34-0001
10-2-C320.34-0001 Retransmission System
11-5-0104.34-0001
Maintain Company Strength Operate/Maintain/Troubleshoot Prepare the AN/TSQ-190 (V)
12-2-C321.34-0001 Platform with Applique, Trojan Spirit for Deployment
Precision Lightweight GPS 34-4-1200
Receiver and SINCGARS System
Improvement Program
11-5-0201.34-0001
Maintain Troop Morale and Operate/Maintain/Troubleshoot Displace the Analysis and
Combat Capability Platform with Applique, EPLRS, Control Element
12-2-C338.34-0001 Precision Lightweight Receiver, 34-6-2030
and SINCGARS System
Improvement Program
11-5-0202.34-0001
Maintain Platoon Strength Establish an Operational All Conduct a Convoy
12-3-C216.34-0001 Source Analysis System after a 55-2-C324.34-0001
Move
34-4-0601
Rearm/Resupply Establish the Operational Site
17-3-1030.34-0001 (Trojan Spirit)
34-4-1201
Execute Service Support Platoon Prepare the ANiTSQ-190 (V) for
Operations Operation (Trojan Spirit)
34-3-9020 34-4-1202
Repair IEW Equipment in a Conduct Common Ground
Unit/DS/GS Maintenance Facility Station Pre-Mission Activities
. 34-4-0301 34-5-0051
Control Intelligence and
Electronic Warfare Equipment
Repair Process in a Unit/Direct
Support/General Support Facility
34-4-0302

Perform Material Technical
Inspection and Evacuation
Operations of IEW Equipment
34-4-0303

Repair Intelligence and
Electronic Warfare
Systems/Equipment at a Forward-
Deployed Location
34-4-0304

Figure 3-5. Provide Intelligence Support Mission Outline Part II.
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Conduct Intelligence and
Electronic Warfare (IEW)
Systems Integration Operations
34-4-0305

Perform Quality Assurance on
IEW Systems Maintenance
Operations
34-4-0306

Perform Unit Level Maintenance
43-2-C322.34-0001

Manage Unit Maintenance
Operations
43-2-C323.34-0001

Receive External Sling Load
Resupply
55-2-C325.34-0001

Perform Predeployment Supply
Activities
63-2-8004.34-0001

Perform Predeployment Maintenance Activities 63-2-8005.34-0001
Figure 3-5. Provide.
STX
COMMAND AND CONTROL
34-3 -E0015

Operate the Company Command
Post
17-2-3808.34-0002

Conduct Troop-Leading
Procedures
17-3-0065.34-0001

Execute Military Intelligence
Company Operations
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Intelligence Support Mission Outline Part II.
CHAPTER 4
Training Exercise

4-1. General. Training exercises are used to train and practice the performance of collective tasks. This MTP contains a sample Situational Training Exercise (STX). It is designed to assist in developing, sustaining, and evaluating the unit's mission proficiency. Table 4-1 lists an example STX by title, exercise number, and page number.
TITLE EXERCISE NUMBER PAGE
Move STX 34-3-E0013 4-1 Table 4-1. Situational Training Exercise
4-2. Situational Training Exercise. STXs are short, scenario driven, mission-oriented, tactical exercises that train a group of closely related collective tasks. The STX provides the information for training the tasks that make up the critical wartime mission. The STX does the following important functions:
a.
Provides repetitive training on the missions.

b.
Allows training to focus on identified weaknesses.

c.
Allows the unit to practice the collective tasks before conducting a higher echelon FTX.

d.
Saves time by providing a majority of the information needed to develop a vehicle for training.

Military Intelligence Platoon
STX
34-3-E0013
Move

1.
Objective. This example STX trains individual, collective, and leader tasks in the unit. It is used for internal and external evaluations.

2.
Interface. This STX supports the company FTX 34-2-E0001, Conduct Company Operations

3.
Training.

a. Guidance. The Trainer should review the individual, collective, and leader tasks performed during the STX. Then determine which tasks may require initial or refresher training.
(1)
Individual training. Individual training should be soldier's manual tasks required to support this STX. The Individual-to-Collective Task Matrix in Chapter 2 should be used as a source for these individual tasks. Training should be hands-on and performance-oriented. During training, leaders assess soldiers' proficiency by evaluating task performance against the soldiers' manual standards, and provide feedback to the soldier. The individual training and evaluation program includes things such as common task tests and commander's evaluations

(2)
Collective training. Collective training should be on the collective tasks required for the STX. Battle/crew drills and STXs are key tools for squad and platoon collective training. As with individual tasks, drills should be trained to standard with feedback provided as required. Collective tasks that could support this STX and mission, as well as other missions, are in the Mission-to-Collective Tasks Matrix in Chapter 2 and the Move outline in Chapter 3.

(3)
Leader training. Leader training should be on the leader tasks required for the exercise as well as the individual tasks. Leader tasks are trained in the same manner as stated in paragraph 3(1) or by one or all of the following methods:

(a)
Classroom discussion on how to plan the exercise and implement unit SOPs. (FM 25-4, Chapter 2)

(b)
Map reconnaissance that assists in terrain analysis and war-gaming. (Use map of the area where the STX will be conducted.)

(c)
Terrain board or sand table exercises that permit simulations or miniatures to be used to gain three-dimensional perspective in war-gaming and/or rehearsing the exercise. (Model the terrain board or sand table to match the terrain where the exercise will be conducted).

(d)
Tactical exercises without troops allow leaders to train on the ground, practicing land navigation movement, reporting, and other leader actions. (FM 25-4, pages 40 through 44).

(e)
Simulations and war-gaming teach leaders as part of a continuing officer and noncommissioned officer development program.

(f)
Training extension courses present information and demonstrate how tasks are performed to standard using audiovisual equipment. (DA Pam 350-100)

b.
Training tips. Tips for training and general instructions on how to prepare and accomplish the STX are:

(1)
Know the requirements for infiltration (FM 7-70, paragraph 3-5), tactical movement (FM 7-70, paragraph 3-2), and consolidation and reorganization (FM 7-70, paragraphs 5-10 and 8-14).

(2)
Conduct a leader's reconnaissance of the training area with squad leaders to ensure that you do not make time consuming mistakes.

(3)
Review the standards for the T&EOs that support this exercise

(4)
The exercise may be conducted with blank ammunition, without ammunition, or live fire. The use of ammunition is encouraged to add more realism to the exercise.

(5)
The exercise may be conducted with or without MILES. MILES provides better feedback and should be used if available.

(6)
The exercise can be conducted under all environmental conditions, both day and night, with or without NBC. This scenario involves an active NBC environment.

4. General Situation.
a.
Contact with the enemy has been reestablished. Initial reports indicate that he is at 65 to 70 percent strength and has not been reinforced. His defensive positions are not well established. He has the capability for indirect fire and CAS. The enemy has used chemicals and will probably do so again. A move is ordered to assist elsewhere. The unit is acting as part of a larger force and has indirect fire available. Figure 4-1 illustrates the graphic scenario of task performance in this exercise.

b.
This exercise begins with the receipt of a company FRAGO and ends after consolidation and reorganization. An AAR should be held after completing the .• reorganization. A final AAR should be conducted once all evaluation notes are compiled. If necessary, run portions of the exercise again until you are satisfied with your unit's performance. Table 4-2 provides a recommended sequence of T&EOs and time for each portion of the STX.

• ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
• Conduct Non-Tactical Move
I
Assembly
• Prepare Unit for Non-Tactical Area
Move

Occupy Assembly Area
• Prepare Equipment Reception Teams for Tactical Road March
/ Conduct Tactical

Road March
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• Perform Passage of Lines
OPFOR,
• Convoy
Figure 4-1. General FTX Scenario
SEQUENCE EVENT ESTIMATED TIME
1 Administrative Preparations Pre FTX
2 Perform Risk Management 24 hrs.
3 Receive FRAGO 30 min
4 Conduct Mission Analysis 30 min.
5 Prepare Equipment 1 hr.
6 Occupy Assembly Area 30 min.
7 Issue Movement Order 20 min.
8 Intermediate AAR 30 min.
9 Conduct Non-Tactical Move 1 hr.
10 Intermediate AAR 1.hr.
11 Conduct Tactical Move 1 hr.
*12 React to Ambush 1.hr.
13 Final AAR 2 hrs.

*Indicates these tasks are performed simultaneously with other tasks.
NOTES: Events are trained to standards, not time limitations. The time required to
train an event varies based on METT-TC factors and the proficiency of the platoon. Additional time is required if large portions of the exercise are conducted at night, under limited visibility, or under MOPP conditions.
Table 4-2. Sequence of Events and Time for STX
5. Instructions for this STX are as follows:
a.
This STX should be initially trained and rehearsed slowly, on open terrain, during good visibility, and with frequent explanations and critiques by leaders. This simple execution, combined with a thorough prebrief and chalk talks, constitutes the "crawl" stage of STX training. The "walk" phase of this STX entails conducting the training at closer to normal rates, on more difficult terrain, and with stops for explanation and critiques only when problems occur (except for planned AARs). The STX is executed under conditions as close to those expected in combat as possible for the "run" phase. The run phase used should be full operational security, camouflage, realistic time frames, distances, challenging terrain, an aggressive OPFOR, NBC environment, and movement distances. This exercise is conducted at full speed after conducting building­block training (individual training, drills) to reach the run level of execution.

b.
The T&EO standards for this exercise are in Chapter 5. These standards must be met to obtain the maximum benefits from the training.

c.
This exercise should be conducted on a recurring basis to sustain proficiency. However, since many of the T&EOs in this STX will be trained in other STXs, practice may occur through integration rather than retraining the STX.

6. Support Requirements.
a.
Ideally, the OPFOR replicates enemy forces in size and strength to realistically portray threat activities. (See Chapter 6).

b.
At least one evaluator should be assigned to control OPFOR activities. The evaluator evaluates OPFOR actions, ensures realism, stresses safety, and assesses loss and damage.

c.
OPFOR units should look and fight like the potential enemy. This assists soldiers in understanding threat tactics, doctrine, and weapons systems. (See Chapter 6)

d.
Minimum trainers/observer controllers: The company commander or platoon leader, who will be the trainer and primary evaluator, can conduct this exercise. At least one other observer controller is required with the OPFOR. Another platoon being trained or evaluated should be used as the platoon making the main attacks. This platoon will need an additional trainer or observer controller.

CHAPTER 5
Training and Evaluation Outlines
5-1. Introduction. This chapter contains the training and evaluation outlines for the unit. T&EOs are the foundation of the MTP and the collective training of the units. T&EOs are training objectives (task, conditions, and standards) for the collective tasks which support critical wartime operations. The unit must master designated collective tasks to perform its critical wartime operations. T&EOs may be trained separately, in an STX, in an FTX, or in live-fire exercises. For collective live-fire standards, the trainer needs to refer to the applicable gunnery manual for the appropriate course of fire. Those standards and courses of fire need to be integrated into the training exercise.
5-2. Structure. The T&EOs in this chapter are listed in Table 5-1. The Mission-to-Collective Task Matrix in Chapter 2 lists the T&EOs required to train the critical wartime missions according to their specific BOS.
5-3. Format. The T&EOs are prepared for every collective task that supports critical wartime operation accomplishment. Each T&EO contains the following items:
a.
Element. This identifies the unit or unit element(s) that performs the task.

b.
Task. This is a description of the action to be performed by the unit, and provides the task number.

c.
References. These are in parenthesis following the task number. The reference which contains the most information (primary reference) about the task is listed first and underlined. If there is only one reference do not underline the reference.

d.
Iteration. Used to identify how many times the task is performed and evaluated during training. The "M" identifies when the task is performed in MOPP4.

e.
Commander/Leader Assessment. This is used by the unit leadership to assess the proficiency of the unit in performing the task to standard. Assessments are subjective in nature and use all available evaluation data and submit leader input to develop an assessment of the organization's overall capability to accomplish the task. Use the following ratings:

(1)
T - Trained. The unit is trained and has demonstrated its proficiency in accomplishing the task to wartime standards.

(2)
P - Needs practice. The unit needs to practice the task. Performance has demonstrated that the unit does not achieve standard without some difficulty or has failed to perform some task steps to standard.

(3)
U - Untrained. The unit can not demonstrate an ability to achieve wartime proficiency.

f.
Condition. A statement of the situation or environment in which the unit is to do the collective task.

g.
Task standard.

(1)
The task standard states the performance criteria that a unit must achieve to successfully execute the task. This overall standard should be the focus of training. It . should be understood by every soldier.

(2)
The trainer or evaluator determines the unit's training status using performance observation measurements (where applicable) and his judgment. The unii must be evaluated in the context of the METT-T conditions. These conditions should be as similar as possible for all evaluated elements. This will establish a common base line for unit performance.

h.
Task Steps and Performance Measures. This is a listing of actions that is required to complete the task. These actions are stated in terms of observable performance for evaluating training proficiency. The task steps are arranged sequentially along with supporting individual tasks and their reference. Leader tasks within each T&EO are indicated by an asterisk (*). Under each task step are listed the performance measures that must be accomplished to correctly perform the task step. If the unit fails to correctly perform one of these task steps to standard, it has failed to achieve the overall task standard.

i.
GO/NO-GO column. This column is provided for annotating the platoon's performance of the task steps. Evaluate each performance measure for a task step and place an "X" in the appropriate column. A major portion of the performance measures must be marked a "GO" for the task step to be successfully performed.

j.
Task performance/evaluation summary block. This block provides the trainer a means of recording the total number of task steps and performance measures evaluated and those evaluated as "GO". It also provides the evaluator a means to rate the units demonstrated performance as a "GO" or "NO-GO". It also provides the leader with a historical record for five training iterations.

k.
Supporting Individual Tasks. This is a listing of all supporting individual tasks required to correctly perform the task. Listed are the reference, tasks number, and task title.

I.
OPFOR standards. These standards specify overall OPFOR performance for each collective task. These standards ensure that OPFOR soldiers accomplish meaningful training and force the training unit to perform its task to standard or "lose" to the OPFOR. The OPFOR standards specify what must be accomplished -- not how it must be accomplished. The OPFOR must always attain its task standards, using tactics consistent with the type of enemy they are portraying.

5 - 2
DODDOA 019228 5-4. Use. The T&EOs can be used to train or evaluate a single task. Several T&EOs can be used to train or evaluate a group of tasks such as an STX or FTX.
Develop Intelligence
Provide Intelligence Support to Targeting (ACR).(34-6-2028) . 5-7 Execute Military Intelligence Company Operations (ACR).(34-2-9016) . 5-10 Monitor Platoon Operational Status .(34-3-0001) . 5-15 Establish an Electronic Support (ES) or Electronic Attack (EA) Site.(34-5-0800) .5-18 Execute Collection and Jamming (C&J) Platoon Operations.(34-3-9000). 5-22 Conduct Voice Communications Intercept or Radio Direction Finding (RDF) Using AN/TRQ-32A(V)2.(34-5-0801) . 5-26 Conduct Voice Communications Intercept or Radio Direction Finding (RDF) Using the AN/PRD-12.(34-5-0803) . 5-29 Conduct HF OR VHF Electronic Attack ( EA) Operations Using ANITTLQ-17A(V)3 .(34-5-0805) . 5-32 Perform Limited Analysis of Reported Information .(34-5-0806) . 5-35 Perform Counterintelligence Operations .(34-5-0915) . 5-38 Establish Interrogation Site.(34-5-0205) . 5-44 Conduct Interrogation Support Operations.(34-5-0214) . 5-48 Use a Linguist While Conducting an Interrogation.(34-5-0917) . 5-55 Execute Electronic Warfare (EW) Platoon Operations .(34-3-9015) . 5-60 Perform Direction Finding (DF) Operations with the AN/TSQ-138 Trailblazer .(34-5-1600) .5-64 Employ Remotely Monitored Battlefield Sensor System (REMBASS) .(34-4-0007) .5-68 Prepare Sensors Anti-Intrusion DT-561/GSQ, DT-562/GSQ, and DT-565/GSQ for Operation (34-4-0005) . 5-73 Employ the Anti-Intrusion DT-561/GSQ, DT-562/GSQ, and DT-565/GSQ Sensors .(34-4-0006) . 5-76 Recover the Sensors (Remotely Monitored Battlefield Sensor System (REMBASS)) .(34-4-0014) . 5-80 Establish the Radar Site (GSR) .(34-5-0003) . 5-83 Conduct Search with Radar.(34-5-0004) . 5-86 Prepare the Repeater for Operation.(34-4-0009) . 5-89 Emplace the Repeater for Operation.(34-4-0010) . 5-93 Recover the Repeater.(34-4-0011) . 5-96 Emplace Antenna Group 0E-239.(34-4-0008) . 5-99 Operate the Portable Monitoring Set R-2016.(34-4-0012) . 5-102 Operate Code Programmer, C-10434/GSQ .(34-4-0013) . 5-105 Emplace the Analysis and Control Element (ACE) (ACR).(34-6-2031) . 5-108 Establish an Operational All Source Analysis System (ASAS) After a Move .(34-4-0601) .5-111 Conduct All Source Analysis System (ASAS) Operations.(34-4-0602) . 5-114 Prepare the All Source Analysis System (ASAS) for Redeployment (34-4-0600) .5-121 Prepare the AN/TSQ-190 (V) Trojan Spirit for Deployment .(34-4-1200) . 5-124 Establish the Operational Site (Trojan Spirit) .(34-4-1201) . 5-127 Prepare the AN/TSQ-190 (V) for Operation-(Trojan Spirit) .(34-4-1202) . 5-131 Establish the Common Ground Station (CGS) Site.(34-5-0050) . 5-134 Conduct Common Ground Station (CGS) Pre-Mission ActivitieS .(34-5-0051) . 5-139 Conduct Common Ground Station (CGS) Mission Activities.(34-5-0052) . 5-142 Conduct Common Ground Station (CGS) Post-Mission Activities .(34-5-0053) .5-145 Prepare the Common Ground Station (CGS) for Redeployment (34-5-0054) . 5-147 Conduct Intelligence Preparartion of the Battlefield (IPB) (ACR).(34-6-2021) . 5-151 Produce Intelligence Products (ACR) .(34-6-2022) . 5-155 Disseminate Combat Information and Intelligence (ACR).(34-6-2023) . 5-159 Direct Intelligence Operations (ACR) .(34-6-2024) . 5-162
Maintain the Current Enemy Situation (ACR) (34-6-2025) . 5-164 Supervise Intelligence Operations (ACR) (34-6-2026) . 5-167 Process Specific Information Requirements (SIR) Data (ACR) (34-6-2027) . 5-169 Produce a Reconnaissance, Intelligence, Surveillance and Target Acquisition (RISTA) Plan (ACR) (34-6-2029) . 5-172 Displace the Analysis and Control Element (ACE) (ACR) (34-6-2030) . 5-176
Deploy/Conduct Maneuver
Move Tactically (Dismounted) (07-5-1107.34-0001) . 5-179 Cross Danger Area (07-5-1108.34-0001) . 5-185 Cross Water Obstacle (07-5-1109.34-0001) . 5-190 Establish Surveillance Site (Dismounted) (07-5-1111.34-0001) . 5-194 Execute Actions on Contact (17-3-1021.34-0001) . 5-198 Break Contact (34-5-1117) . 5-203 Move Tactically (07-3-C211.34-0001) . 5-207 Perform a Tactical Road March (07-3-C227.34-0001) . 5-214 Occupy Assembly Area (07-3-C228.34-0001) . 5-218 Perform Passage of Lines (07-3-C229.34-0001) . 5-223 Prepare for Counterintelligence Operations (34-5-0913) . 5-228 Deploy Counterintelligence Team (34-5-0914) . 5-231 Redeploy Counterintelligence Team (34-5-0916) . 5-234 Perform Deployment Alert Activities (63-2-8001.34-0001) . 5-237 Perform Personnel and Administrative Predeployment Activities (63-2-8002.34-0001) .5-240 Perform Predeployment Training Activities (63-2-8003.34-0001) . 5-243 Perform Predeployment Supply Activities (63-2-8004.34-0001) . 5-245 Perform Predeployment Maintenance Activities (63-2-8005.34-0001) . 5-247 Prepare Vehicles and Equipment for Deployment (63-2-8006.34-0001) . 5-251 Prepare Unit for Nontactical Move (63-2-8007.34-0001) . 5-256 Conduct Nontactical Road March (63-2-8008.34-0001) . 5-259 Perform Sea Port of Embarkation Activities for Deployment (63-2-8009.34-0001) .5-262 Perform Aerial Port of Embarkation Activities for Deployment (63-2-8010.34-0001) .5-266 Perform Aerial Port of Debarkation Activities for Deployment (63-2-8011.34-0001) .5-269 Perform Seaport of Debarkation Activities for Deployment (63-2-8012.34-0001) .5-272 Prepare Equipment Reception Team for Tactical Road March (63-2-8013.34-0001) .5-275 Perform Redeployment Personnel and Administrative Actions (63-2-8014.34-0001) .5-278 Perform Redeployment Training Activities (63-2-8015.34-0001) . 5-281 Perform Redeployment Supply Activities (63-2-8016.34-0001) . 5-283 Perform Redeployment Maintenance Activities (63-2-8017.34-0001) . 5-285 Prepare Vehicles and Equipment for Redeployment (63-2-8018.34-0001) . 5-288 Perform Sea Port of Embarkation Activities for Redeployment (63-2-8019.34-0001) .5-293 Perform Aerial Port of Embarkation Activities for Redeployment (63-2-8020.34-0001) .5-298 Perform Aerial Port of Debarkation Activities for Redeployment (63-2-8021.34-0001) .5-302 Perform Home Station Activities (63-2-8022.34-0001) . 5-305 Perform Sea Port of Debarkation Activities for Redeployment (63-2-8023.34-0001) .5-308 Perform Demobilization Station Activities (63-2-8024.34-0001) . 5-311 Conduct Integration Activities (63-2-8025.34-0001) . 5-314 Conduct Staging Activities (63-2-8026.34-0001) . 5-316 Plan Unit Mobilization in a Peacetime Environment (63-2-8027.34-0001) . 5-319 Plan Unit Deployment Activities Upon Receipt of a Warning Order (63-2-8028.34-0001) .5-323 Plan Unit Redeployment (63-2-8029.34-0001) . 5-326
Protect the Force
Conduct a Chemical Survey (03-2-C310.34-0001) . 5-329 Conduct Thorough Decontamination Operations (03-2-C312.34-0001) . 5-333 Prepare for Operations Under Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Conditions (03-3-C201.34-0001) . 5-339 Prepare for a Chemical Attack (03-3-C202.34-0001) . 5-343 Respond to a Chemical Attack (03-3-C203.34-0001) . 5-346 Prepare for a Friendly Nuclear Strike (03-3-C205.34-0001) . 5-350 Prepare for Nuclear Attack (03-3-C206.34-0001) . 5-353 Cross a Radiologically Contaminated Area (03-3-C208.34-0001) . 5-356 React to Smoke Operations (03-3-C209.34-0001) . 5-359 Respond to the Residual Effects of a Nuclear Attack (03-3-C222.34-0001) . 5-363 Respond to the Initial Effects of a Nuclear Attack (03-3-C223.34-0001) . 5-366 Conduct Operational Decontamination (03-3-C224.34-0001) . 5-370 Conduct Chemical Reconnaissance (03-3-C225.34-0001) . 5-376 Cross a Chemically Contaminated Area (03-3-C226.34-0001) . 5-381 Camouflage Vehicles and Equipment (05-2-C301.34-0001) . 5-385 Disable Critical Equipment/Material (05-3-0210.34-0001) . 5-390 Construct Wire Entanglements (05-3-0301.34-0001) . 5-393 Construct a Protective Obstacle (05-3-C230.34-0001) . 5-397 Prepare Crew Served Weapons Fighting Positions (05-5-0302.34-0001) . 5-401 Establish Company Defensive Position (07-2-C314.34-0001) . 5-405 Defend Unit Position (07-3-C212.34-0001) . 5-412 Establish Unit Defense (07-3-C219.34-0001) . 5-417 Install/Operate/Maintain Frequency Modulated Radio Retransmission Station (11-5-0104.34-0001) . 5-423 Operate/Maintain/Troubleshoot Platform with Applique, Precision Lightweight GPS Receiver (PLGR) and SINCGARS System Improvement Program (SIP) (11-5-0201.34-0001) .5-427 Operate/Maintain/Troubleshoot PlatfOrm with Applique, EPLRS, Precision Lightweight (GPS) Receiver (PLGR, and SINCGARS System Improvement Program (SIP) (11-5-0202.34-0001) . 5-431 Process Captured Documents and Equipment (19-3-3105.34-0001) . 5-435 Handle Enemy Prisoners of War (19-3-3106.34-0001) . 5-437 Use Passive Air Defense Measures (44-3-C220.34-0001) . 5-440 Take Active Combined Arms Air Defense Measures Against Hostile Aerial Platforms (44-3-C221.34-0001) . 5-444
Perform CSS and Sustainment Conduct Assembly Area Activities (17-2-2000.34-0001) . 5-449 Treat Casualties (08-2-0003.34-0001) . 5-456 Transport Casualties (08-2-C316.34-0001) . 5-461 Conduct Battlefield Stress Reduction and Prevention Procedures (08-2-R303.34-0001) .5-466 Perform Field Sanitation Functions (08-2-R315.34-0001) . 5,469 Provide Food Service Support (10-2-C317.34-0001) . 5-473 Perform Unit Graves Registration (GRREG) Operations (10-2-C318.34-0001) .5-477 Receive Airdrop Resupply (10-2-C319.34-0001) . 5-480 Provide Company Supply Support (10-2-C320.34-0001) . 5-484 Maintain Company Strength (12-2-C321.34-0001) . 5-487 Maintain Troop Morale and Combat Capability (12-2-C338.34-0001) . 5-490 Combat Battlefield Stress (12-3-C215.34-0001) . 5-494 Maintain Platoon Strength (12-3-C216.34-0001) . 5-497 Rearm/Resupply (17-3-1030.34-0001) . 5-500 Execute Service Support Platoon Operations (34-3-9020) . 5-504 Repair IEW Equipment in a Unit/DS/GS Maintenance Facility (34-4-0301) . 5-508 Control Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Equipment Repair Process in a Unit/Direct Support/General Support Facility (34-4-0302) .
5-511 Perform Material Technical Inspection (TI) and Evacuation Operations of IEW Equipment (34-4-0303) .
5-514 Repair Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Systems/Equipment at a Forward-Deployed Location (34-4-0304) .
5-517 Conduct Intelligence and Electronic Warfare (IEW) Systems Integration Operations (34-4-0305) . 5-521 Perform Quality Assurance on IEW Systems Maintenance Operations (34-4-0306) .5-524 Perform Unit Level Maintenance (43-2-C322.34-0001) . 5-527 Manage Unit Maintenance Operations (43-2-C323.34-0001) . 5-532 Receive External Sling Load Resupply (55-2-C325.34-0001) . 5-535 Perform Risk Management Procedures (71-3-C231.34-0001) . 5-540
Exercise Command and Control Establish and Operate a Single Channel Voice Radio Net with Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS) System Implementation Program (SIP) (11-2-C302.34-0001) .
5-542 Install/Operate/Maintain a Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS) Frequency Hopping (FH) Net (11-3-1102.34-0001) . 5-545 Establish and Operate a Single Channel Voice Radio Net (11-3-C302.34-0001) .5-550 Install/Operate/Maintain a Single Channel Voice Radio Station (FM) (11-5-0102.34-0001) .5-554 Operate the Company Command Post (17-2-3808.34-0002) . 5-559 Conduct Troop-Leading Procedures (17-3-0065.34-0001) . 5-564 Execute Ground Surveillance Radar Platoon Operations (34-3-9021) . 5-572 Conduct Intelligence Functions for Deployment (ACR) (34-6-2033) . 5-576 Conduct a Convoy (55-2-C324.34-0001) . 5-579 Maintain Operations Security (71-3-C232.34-0001) . 5-586
Figure 5-1. List of T&EO's
ELEMENTS: ACE ALL SOURCE INTEL SEC INTEL PROCESSING TM
TASK: Provide Intelligence Support to Targeting (ACR) (34-6-2028) (FM 6-20-10). (FM 34-1). (FM 34-3) (FM 34-35). (FM 34-8)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Given the corps operations order, initiation of the staff planning process, and completion of the initial intelligence preparation of the battlefield products. Coordination for nonlethal fires has been effected with the regimental military intelligence company and the corps analysis and control element. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The regimental S2 and analysis and control element ensured intelligence support was included in the regiment's targeting plan in accordance with the four-step targeting process (Decide, Detect, Deliver, and Assess).
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Provide intelligence support to the "Decide" function of targeting.
a.
Using the target value analysis methodology, provide the Fire Support
Officer (FSO) the high value target list, including anticipated locations and
target supporting infrastructure, for each course of action.

b.
Assist, during war gaming, in developing the high payoff target list for each
enemy courses of action.

c.
Assist in developing target selection standards and the target management

matrix.
(1) Determine the S3 and FSO's requirements for timeliness and accuracy in the reconnaissance, intelligence, surveillance and target acquisition effort.
(2)
Coordinate with the S3 and FSO during the war gaming process to
determine which targets should be the object of coordinated attack.

d.
Ensure the decision support template includes developed time phase lines.

e.
Use the situation, event, and decision support templates to assist the S3

and FSO in determining whether the target can be attacked given available
. assets and time constraints.

f.
Coordinate with the regimental S2 to conduct command and control
warfare, specifically electronic attack effectively.

g.
Assist in developing the attack guidance matrix from the decision support
template and time phase lines.

2. Provide intelligence support to the "Detect" function of targeting.
a.
Provide the FSO all targetable data received from the intelligence collection
effort.

b.
Continuously refine the reconnaissance, intelligence, surveillance and
target acquisition plan to meet target selection standards, priority
intelligence requirements, high payoff target list, and target nomination
criteria.

c.
Inform the FSO and regimental staff of any tactical changes by the enemy
that warrant a change in the high payoff target list.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO
d.
Notify the FSO of any changes to the common relevant picture or situation map that effect the targeting plan and all targets being actively tracked.

e.
Assist in dynamically updating the decision support template as the tactical situation changes to support the attack guidance matrix.

f.
As required by the tactical situation, adjust the reconnaissance, intelligence, surveillance and target acquisition plan to support the targeting effort.

3. Provide intelligence support to the "Deliver" function of targeting.
a.
Provide the targeting team with final location and targeting data on targets acquired through the reconnaissance, intelligence, surveillance and target acquisition effort or detected by higher collection assets.

b.
Coordinate to ensure electronic attack and other weapons do not interfere with the use of directed energy weapons.

4. Provide intelligence support to the "Assess" function of targeting.
a.
Coordinate with the FSO, during the "Decide" phase of targeting, to
determine which targets require Battle Damage Assessment (BDA).

b.
Task appropriate task force assets to collect BDA data as a part of the
reconnaissance, intelligence, surveillance and target acquisition plan.

c.
Submit requests for BDA results for specific targets to higher headquarters.

d.
Analyze and horizontally disseminate BDA results as per the task force
standing operating procedures.

e.
Recommend to the task force staff any changes to the battle plan based on BDA results.

f.
Assess the effectiveness of electronic attack and directed energy weapons.

5. Coordinate with the task force staff if supporting extended operations.
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
References
Task Number. Task Title
01-9001.19-0002 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, Or STP 21-1I-MQS Equivalent Sized Organization STP 21-I-MQS 01-9007.01-0130 Write to Persuade a Decision Maker to STP 21-1I-MQS Choose a Course of Action STP 21-I-MQS
01-9007.01-0250 Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct STP 21-1I-MQS STP 21-I-MQS 01-9017.02-0002 Conduct a Battle Analysis STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS 03-9001.10-0004 Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as STP 21-11-MQS a Commander or Staff Officer STP 21-I-MQS
NO-GO
TOTAL
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
03-9001.12-0003 Communicate Effectively as a Commander or STP 21-II-MOS
Staff Officer
STP 21-1-MQS
03-9001.13-0001 Solve Problems Using the Military Problem STP 21-II-MOS
Solving Process
STP 21-I-MQS
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT
071-332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT
071-332-5021(SL3) Prepare a Situation Map STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Electronic Warfare (34-OPFOR-1012)
CONDITION: OPFOR employs collection and direction finding assets (ground and air), to monitor and locate enemy forces.
STANDARD: The positions of enemy command, intelligence, and logistics units were located. The locations of the positions were forwarded to OPFOR headquarters. Jamming signals were used against enemy radio receivers. Enemy radio nets were monitored and all information of intelligence value was reported to OPFOR HQ.
ELEMENT: COMPANY HEADQUARTERS
TASK: Execute Military Intelligence Company Operations (ACR) (34-2-9016)
(FM 17-95). (FM 17-95-10) (FM 34-10)
(FM 34-13). (FM 34-130) (FM 34-2)
(FM 34-3). (FM 34-5) (FM 34-52)

(FM 34-60). (FM 34-8) (FM 34-80)
.

2 3.4.5.M.(Circle)
ITERATION:. 1..
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Given a deployed military intelligence company supporting an armored cavalry regiment in a theater of operations. Direct coordination for intelligence gathering missions has been effected with the regimental S2. Coordination for administrative and logistical support has been effected with appropriate regimental staff elements in the regimental support area. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The military intelligence company successfully deployed its assets and provided timely intelligence and electronic warfare support to the regiment for the duration of the tactical mission and/or deployment.
GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
1.
Employ military intelligence company assets.

2.
Deploy the operations platoon (analysis and control element, common ground
station, and company tactical operations center) with the regimental tactical
operations center.

3.
Establish the company logistics operation center and provide combat service
support to the company

4.
Ensure communications are established.

*
5. Supervise the deployment of ground surveillance radar platoon assets.

*
6. Supervise the deployment of aerial reconnaissance platoon assets.

*
7. Supervise the deployment of collection and jamming platoon assets.

*
8. Supervise the deployment of electronic warfare platoon assets.

*
9. Coordinate intelligence and electronic warfare support to the regiment.

*10. Commander ensures coordination with other friendly forces is conducted for
intelligence and electronic warfare site locations in the brigade area of
operations.

11. Monitor company operational status.
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
01-0401.20-0001 Direct Unit Air Defense ST? 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-1-MQS
01-1940.00-1001 Supervise Construction of Obstacles STP 21-ll-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
01-3301.02-0011 Defend a Company Position STP 21-11-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
01-4965.90-0001 Supervise Unit Maintenance Operations STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
01-9001.17-0003 Build a Cohesive Unit or Organization STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-1-MQS
01-9001.19-0002 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or STP 21-11-MQS
Equivalent Sized Organization
STP 21-1-MQS
01-9007.01-0250 Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct STP 21-11-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
01-9017.02-0002 Conduct a Battle Analysis STP 21-11-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
03-0170.01-1005 Perform Wartime Strength Accounting at Unit STP 21-II-MOS
Level
STP 21-I-MQS
03-4995.90-0010 Direct Vehicle and Equipment Recovery STP 21-II-MQS
Operations
STP 21-1-MOS
03-5105.00-0002 Direct Field Feeding Operations STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
03-8310.00-9000 Supervise Unit Preventive Medicine and Field STP 21-II-MQS
Sanitation Procedures
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9001.10-0004 Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as STP 21-II-MQS
a Commander or Staff Officer
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9001.11-0002 Establish a Positive Command Climate STP 21-11-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9001.12-0003 Communicate Effectively as a Commander or STP 21-11-MQS
Staff Officer
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9001.13-0001 Solve Problems Using the Military Problem STP 21-1I-MQS
Solving Process
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9001.14-0002 Motivate Subordinates to Accomplish Unit STP 21-1I-MQS
Missions
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9003.02-0001 Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations STP 21-11-MQS

SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9003.03-0001 Supervise the Management of Accident Risk STP 21-II-MQS
in Unit Operations
STP 21-I-MQS
04-3303.02-0014 Prepare Platoon or Company Combat Orders STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
04-3303.02-0037 Navigate While Mounted STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-1-MQS
04-5030.00-2013 Implement Mission-Oriented Protective STP 21-II-MQS
Posture Based on Threat or Direction
STP 21-I-MQS
071-326-5502(SL2) Issue a Fragmentary Order STP 21-24-SMCT
071-326-5503(SL2) Issue a Warning Order STP 21-24-SMCT
071-326-5505(SL2) Issue an Oral Operation Order STP 21-24-SMCT
071-326-5705(SL2) Establish an Observation Post STP 21-24-SMCT
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT
071-332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT
071-332-5021(SL3) Prepare a Situation Map STP 21-24-SMCT
071-410-0012(SL3) Conduct Occupation of an Assembly Area STP 21-24-SMCT
081-831-1047(SL4) SUPERVISE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF STP 21-24-SMCT
PREVENTIVE MEDICINE POLICIES
091-CLT-3009(SL4) Supervise Maintenance Operations STP 21-24-SMCT
101-92Y-0001(SL4) Supervise Supply Activities STP 21-24-SMCT
101-92Y-0002(SL3) Plan Tactical Re-Supply Operations STP 21-24-SMCT
101-CLT-0198(SL4) Supervise Tactical Feeding Operation STP 21-24-SMCT
113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio STP 21-1-SMCT
151-357-0002(SL4) Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) STP 21-24-SMCT
Operations
159-200-2020(SL4) Integrate threat capabilities into mission STP 21-24-SMCT
planning.
181-105-2002(SL2) Conduct Combat Operations According to the STP 21-24-SMCT
Law of War
301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT
301-371-1052(SL1) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT
AND MATERIAL
301-371-1150(SL3) IDENTIFY INTELLIGENCE AND STP 21-24-SMCT
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) ASSETS
301-371-1200(SL2) PROCESS CAPTURED MATERIEL STP 21-24-SMCT
441-091-3000(SL3) Supervise the Implementation of Air Defense STP 21-24-SMCT
Measures
805C-PAD-2461(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status STP 21-24-SMCT
Report)
805C-PAD-4595(SL4 Supervise Cross-leveling of Personnel STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT
S1-9011.07-0001 Describe the Brigade Fight STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
S3-9001.18-0002 Minimize Combat Stress STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
S3-9060.00-1000 Conduct Small Unit Combat Operations STP 21-II-MQS
According to the Law of War

SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number. Task Title. References
STP 21-I-MQS

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-0PFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HO requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HO.
TASK: Attack (34-OPFOR-1010)
CONDITION: Enemy rear area support base has been located. PIR's and other Intelligence requirements have been obtained by OPFOR patrols. Element has automatic and anti-armor weapons, and light mortars. Element is approximately the size of two platoons.
5-13
DODDOA 019239
STANDARD: An attack plan was developed. An attack was initiated using a scheme of maneuver that exploited enemy flanks, gaps, and weaknesses. Covered and concealed routes were used to approach enemy areas. Employed indirect fire to support attack. Penetrated enemy defenses. Destroyed equipment and supplies, inflicted casualties, isolated the support base, and blocked reinforcements. The enemy unit was forced to displace.
TASK: Maintain Contact (34-0PFOR-1011)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is tactically engaged with enemy base defense forces. Enemy forces are • withdrawing under pressure.
STANDARD: The enemy forces were engaged decisively. As the enemy withdrew, the unit or force advanced maintaining contact.
TASK: Conduct Electronic Warfare (34-OPFOR-1012)
CONDITION: OPFOR employs collection and direction finding assets (ground and air), to monitor and locate enemy forces.
STANDARD: The positions of enemy command, intelligence, and logistics units were located. The locations of the positions were forwarded to OPFOR headquarters. Jamming signals were used against enemy radio receivers. Enemy radio nets were monitored and all information of intelligence value was reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENTS: GSR PLT HQ AIR RECON PLT HQ 3 C&J PLATOON HQ ELEC WARFARE PLT HQ SERVICE SPT PLT HQ COMMUNICATIONS PLT HQ
TASK: Monitor Platoon Operational Status (34-3-0001) (FM 34-80)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The MI platoon is either attached to a supported task force, or part of a task organized MI Company supporting a brigade combat team or divisional operations. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Provided support in accordance with the commander's intent as expressed in the operations order. Platoon leaders ensured unit maintenance was adequate for platoon to perform mission successfully.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
* 1. Platoon leader ensures maximum support is being provided to combat maneuver
battalions. NOTE: This is accomplished with assistance from the platoon sergeant even though some degree of operational control over platoon assets is lost because of attachment to maneuver elements.
a.
Receive daily operational status reports from team leaders or through the
supported command or S2.

b.
Maintain and monitor personnel and equipment status of teams.

c.
Monitor movement of teams when task organization changes are executed.

*
2. Squad leaders request maintenance assistance from the military intelligence battalion and ensure all assigned equipment is operational.

a.
Request technical assistance when unit has a low material readiness rate or
other nonstandard conditions exist.

b.
Request maintenance assistance from the maintenance platoon of the
supported unit when on site repair exceeds teams capability.

*
3. Squad leaders coordinate with supported unit for maintenance support teams for on site repairs of vehicle and communications equipment.

a.
Request maintenance assistance to identify and resolve maintenance­related difficulties.

b.
Contact the supported unit for replacement and supply of all class I through
class X supplies.

c.
Coordinate with platoon leader/platoon sergeant for evacuation and
replacement of equipment as required.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
01-5001.17-0003 Build a Cohesive Unit or Organization STP 21-11-MQS STP 21-1-MQS 01-9001.19-0002 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or STP 21-1I-MQS Equivalent Sized Organization
STP 21-1-MQS 01-9007.01-0250 Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct STP 21-1I-MQS STP 21-I-MQS
01-9017.02-0002 Conduct a Battle Analysis STP 21-1I-MQS STP 21-I-MQS 03-5105.00-0002 Direct Field Feeding Operations STP 21-11-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS 03-8310.00-9000 Supervise Unit Preventive Medicine and Field STP 21-1I-MQS Sanitation Procedures STP 21-1-MQS 03-9001.10-0004 Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as STP 21-11-MQS a Commander or Staff Officer STP 21-I-MQS 03-9001.12-0003 Communicate Effectively as a Commander or STP 21-1I-MQS Staff Officer STP 21-I-MQS 03-9001.13-0001 Solve Problems Using the Military Problem STP 21-11-MQS Solving Process STP 21-I-MQS 03-9001.14-0002 Motivate Subordinates to Accomplish Unit STP 21-1I-MQS Missions
STP 21-1-MQS 03-9003.02-0001 Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations STP 21-ll-MQS STP 21-I-MQS 04-3303.02-0014 Prepare Platoon or Company Combat Orders STP 21-1I-MQS STP 21-I-MQS
04-3303.02-0037 Navigate While Mounted STP 21-1I-MQS STP 21-I-MQS 04-5030.00-2013 Implement Mission-Oriented Protective STP 21-1I-MQS Posture Based on Threat or Direction STP 21-I-MQS 04-5030.00-2017 Prepare for Nuclear, Biological, or Chemical STP 21-11-MQS Attack
STP 21-I-MQS 071-332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT 071-332-5021(SL3) Prepare a Situation Map STP 21-24-SMCT 101-92Y-0001(SL4) Supervise Supply Activities STP 21-24-SMCT 101-92Y-0002(SL3) Plan Tactical Re-Supply Operations STP 21-24-SMCT 101-CLT-0198(SL4) Supervise Tactical Feeding Operation STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio STP 21-1-SMCT
151-357-0001(SL4) Supervise CSS Functions During Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT
Operations
181-105-2002(SL2) Conduct Combat Operations According to the STP 21-24-SMCT
Law of War
301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT
301-371-1052(SL1) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT
AND MATERIAL
441-091-3000(SL3) Supervise the Implementation of Air Defense STP 21-24-SMCT
Measures
805C-PAD-2461(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status STP 21-24-SMCT
Report)
805C-PAD-4595(SL4 Supervise Cross-leveling of Personnel STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-4001(S L4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT
S1-9011.07-0001 Describe the Brigade Fight STP 21-11-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
S3-9001.18-0002 Minimize Combat Stress STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
S3-9060.00-1000 Conduct Small Unit Combat Operations STP 21-11-MQS
According to the Law of War
STP 21-I-MQS

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Electronic Warfare (34-0PFOR-1012)
CONDITION: OPFOR employs collection and direction finding assets (ground and air), to monitor and locate enemy forces.
STANDARD: The positions of enemy command, intelligence, and logistics units were located. The locations of the positions were forwarded to OPFOR headquarters. Jamming signals were used against enemy radio receivers. Enemy radio nets were monitored and all information of intelligence value was reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
ELEMENTS: THREE VOICE COLL TM THREE HFNHF ECM TM FOUR ELEC WARFARE TM THREE VOICE COLL TMS THREE HFNHF ECM TMS
TASK: Establish an Electronic Support (ES) or Electronic Attack (EA) Site (34 -5-0800) (FM 34-10). (FM 34-10-2). (FM 34-13) (FM 34-40-3). (FM 34-40-7). (FM 34-40-9) (FM 34-8)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Team has arrived at the tactical intelligence and electronic warfare operating site. Hazards such as a nuclear, biological, or chemical environment, limited visibility, night, inclement weather, and opposing force can exist. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Site was operational within time standards established by the analysis and control team or company command post.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Conduct map reconnaissance of the area of operations.
a.
Locate the general site assigned by the supported unit.

b.
Locate the target areas.

c.
Analyze the terrain to determine specific site employment ensuring line-of-
site is maintained with target areas.

*
2. Select specific collection site. The team leader selects primary, alternate, and supplementary sites by conducting ground reconnaissance of the specific location. The following factors should be considered in selecting specific sites:

a.
Maximum coverage of the target areas;

b.
Primary and alternate routes for lateral, forward, and rearward movement;

c.
Lines of communication (for wire or radio) to the supported unit;

d.
Availability of cover and concealment;

e.
Coordination with adjacent units;

f.
Inform the analysis and control team of final site selection.

*
.3. Establish security.. •

a.
Assign fighting positions to protect the site against enemy threat.

b.
Perform security checks in and around the site.

c.
Position equipment to take advantage of natural concealment and cover.

d.
Camouflage equipment to prevent detection by enemy.

e.
Enforce light, noise, and litter discipline.

4. Establish line of sight with the supported unit.
a.
Communicate with supported unit.

b.
Notify friendly forces of team's presence.

c.
Identify logistical and defense requirements.

d.
Ascertain status of opposing force operating in the area.

5. Conduct before operations preventive maintenance checks and services on
equipment.

a. Identify 100 percent of deadline deficiencies.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO
b. Provide operator level maintenance to keep equipment operational.
6.
Set up equipment.

7.
Notify the platoon operations center and/or analysis and control team when team
is operational.

8.
Continue to improve field fortifications and camouflage as time allows.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO'TNO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
071-326-0513(SL1) Select Temporary Fighting Positions STP 21-1-SMCT 071-326-0608(SL2) Use Visual Signaling Techniques STP 21-24-SMCT 071-326-5703(SL1) Construct Individual Fighting Positions STP 21-1-SMCT 071-326-5705(SL2) Establish an Observation Post STP 21-24-SMCT 071-326-5775(SL4) Coordinate with an Adjacent Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT 071-326-5805(SL3) Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission STP 21-24-SMCT 071-329-1006(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Dismounted 071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT 071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Mounted 071-331-0815(SL1) Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline STP 21-1-SMCT 071-331-1004(SL1) Perform Duty as a Guard STP 21-1-SMCT 071-332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT 071-332-5021( SL3) Prepare a Situation Map STP 21-24-SMCT 071-410-0012(SL3) Conduct Occupation of an Assembly Area STP 21-24-SMCT 071-430-0002(SL2) Conduct a Defense by a Squad STP 21-24-SMCT 071-430-0006(SL4) Conduct a Defense by a Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT 071-720-0015(SL3) Conduct an Area Reconnaissance by a STP 21-24-SMCT
Platoon 091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS) 113-571-1023(SL1) Prepare a Written Message in USMTF Format STP 21-1-SMCT 113-600-2001(SL1) Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT 113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio STP 21-1-SMCT 191-376-4114(SL1) Control Entry to and Exit From a Restricted STP 21-1-SMCT
Area 441-091-2000(SL2) Defend Against Air Attack (Active) STP 21-24-SMCT 551-88N-0004(SL3) Coordinate Unit Movement STP 21-24-SMCT 805C-PAD-1001(SL4 Prepare a Standing Operating Procedure STP 21-24-SMCT
(SOP) 805C-PAD-2461(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status STP 21-24-SMCT Report)
NO-GO
TOTAL
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number. Task Title. References
805C-PAD-2472(SL2 Prepare a Duty Roster . STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
TASK: Attack (34-0PFOR-1010)
CONDITION: Enemy rear area support base has been located. PIR's and other intelligence requirements have been obtained by OPFOR patrols. Element has automatic and anti-armor weapons, and light mortars. Element is approximately the size of two platoons.
STANDARD: An attack plan was developed. An attack was initiated using a scheme of maneuver that exploited enemy flanks, gaps, and weaknesses. Covered and concealed routes were used to approach enemy areas. Employed indirect fire to support attack. Penetrated enemy defenses. Destroyed equipment and supplies, inflicted casualties, isolated the support base, and blocked reinforcements. The enemy unit was forced to displace.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
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CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Maintain Contact (34-0PFOR-1011)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is tactically engaged with enemy base defense forces. Enemy forces are withdrawing under pressure.
STANDARD: The enemy forces were engaged decisively. As the enemy withdrew, the unit or force advanced maintaining contact.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
ELEMENTS: 3 C&J PLATOON HQ ELEC WARFARE PLT HQ
TASK: Execute Collection and Jamming (C&J) Platoon Operations (34-3-9000)
.
(FM 34-40-7) (FM 34-13). (FM 34-3)
.
(FM 34-40-3) (FM 34-40-9). (FM 34-8)
(FM 34-80)
.
ITERATION:. 1.2 3.4.5.M.(Circle) .
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Given a deployed collection and jamming platoon, as a part of the military intelligence company supporting a brigade or division in a theater of operations. Communications are established, as required, with the military intelligence battalion S3, analysis and control element, and Analytical Control Team for receiving mission taskings and reporting gathered intelligence. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Successfully deployed assets and provided effective electronic support, electronic attack, and limited analysis and reporting of intelligence gathered as tasked by the ACE for the duration of the tactical mission and/or deployment. Reports are broadcast to the Division ACE and/or BDE ACT as appropriate.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
* 1. Plan, coordinate, and supervise electronic support or electronic attack operations.
2.
Establish a tactical special compartmented information facility.

3.
Establish secure data and voice communications using the TSQ-175.

4.
Direct emplacement of Signal Intelligence and electronic attack teams.

*
5. Platoon leader effects coordination with other friendly forces for intelligence and electronic warfare site selection and communication in the division or supported brigade area of operation.

*
6. Supervise limited analysis of reported information.

' 7. Monitor and report platoon operational status.
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number. Task Title. References
01-9001.17-0003.Build a Cohesive Unit or Organization .STP 21-11-MQS STP 21-I-MQS
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SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
01-9001.19-0002 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or STP 21-1I-MQS
Equivalent Sized Organization
STP 21-I-MQS
01-9007.01-0250 Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct STP 21-11-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
01-9017.02-0002 Conduct a Battle Analysis STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
03-5105.00-0002 Direct Field Feeding Operations STP 21-11-MQS
STP 21-1-MQS
03-8310.00-9000 Supervise Unit Preventive Medicine and Field STP 21-lI-MQS
Sanitation Procedures
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9001.10-0004 Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as STP 21-II-MOS
a Commander or Staff Officer
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9001.12-0003 Communicate Effectively as a Commander or STP 21-11-MQS
Staff Officer
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9001.13-0001 Solve Problems Using the Military Problem STP 21-II-MQS
Solving Process
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9001.14-0002 Motivate Subordinates to Accomplish Unit STP 21-1I-MQS
Missions
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9003.02-0001 Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations STP 21-II-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
04-3303.02-0014 Prepare Platoon or Company Combat Orders STP 21-11-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
04-3303.02-0037 Navigate While Mounted STP 21-11-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
04-5030.00-2013 Implement Mission-Oriented Protective STP 21-II-MQS
Posture Based on Threat or Direction
STP 21-I-MQS
04-5030.00-2017 Prepare for Nuclear, Biological, or Chemical STP 21-11-MQS
Attack
STP 21-I-MQS
071-332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT
071-332-5021(SL3) Prepare a Situation Map STP 21-24-SMCT
101-92Y-0001(SL4) Supervise Supply Activities STP 21-24-SMCT
101-92Y-0002(SL3) Plan Tactical Re-Supply Operations STP 21-24-SMCT
101-CLT-0198(SL4) Supervise Tactical Feeding Operation STP 21-24-SMCT
113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio STP 21-1-SMCT
151-357-0001(SL4) Supervise CSS Functions During Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT
Operations
181-105-2002(SL2) Conduct Combat Operations According to the STP 21-24-SMCT
Law of War
301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT
301-371-1052(SL1) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT
AND MATERIAL
441-091-3000(SL3) Supervise the Implementation of Air Defense STP 21-24-SMCT
Measures
805C-PAD-2461(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status STP 21-24-SMCT
Report)

Task Number
805C-PAD-4595(SL4 850-001-2000(SL2)
850-001-3001(SL3) 850-001-4001(SL4) S1-9011.07-0001
S3-9001.18-0002
S3-9060.00-1000
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Title
Supervise Cross-leveling of Personnel Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process Control Mission Safety Hazard Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon Describe the Brigade Fight
Minimize Combat Stress
Conduct Small Unit Combat Operations According to the Law of War
References STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-11-MQS STP 21-1-MQS STP 21-11-MQS STP 21-I-MQS STP 21-11-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Electronic Warfare (34-OPFOR-1012)
CONDITION: OPFOR employs collection and direction finding assets (ground and air), to monitor and locate enemy forces.
STANDARD: The positions of enemy command, intelligence, and logistics units were located. The locations of the positions were forwarded to OPFOR headquarters. Jamming signals were used against enemy radio receivers. Enemy radio nets were monitored and all information of intelligence value was reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-0PFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENTS: THREE VOICE COLL TMS THREE VOICE COLL TM
TASK: Conduct Voice Communications Intercept or Radio Direction Finding (RDF) Using AN/TRQ-32A(V)2 (34-5-0801) (FM 34-10). (FM 34-1). (FM 34-10-2) (FM 34-2). (FM 34-40-9)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Team is operational. Team has been given clear mission tasking. An active signals environment exists. Hazards such as nuclear, biological, or chemical environment, limited visibility, night, inclement weather, and opposing force may exist. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Combat information, which supports priority intelligence requirements and information requirements, was passed to the platoon operations center in time to influence the supported commander's decision.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Prepare for operations.
a.
Establish radio, data, TIGER, etc. communications with TA Team/ACT.

b.
Receive/verify receipt of taboo freq list.

c.
Receive/verify receipt of target freq list.

d.
Monitor stop buzz frequency.

2. Perform electronic support operations.
a.
Program operator terminal to search tasked frequencies or frequency
ranges.

b.
Search spectrum for active target signals.
..c. Locate active target signals and report on tasked signals.

d.
Tip off non-tasked target signals to TA Team/Analysis and Control Team
(ACT).

3. Perform radio direction finding operations in coordinated or manual mode.
a.
Conduct and maintain netted or manual mode RDF operations.

b.
Log results of netted or manual mode direction finding operations.

c.
Transmit data to the TA Team/ACT via secure communications immediately
after receipt.

4. Identify and record target communications.
a.
Identify active target signals to country, service, and general activity upon
intercept.

b.
Hand copy opposing force transmissions to include 100 percent of the
reportable information.

c.
Produce transcriber recording in accordance with tasking. NOTE: AN/TRQ-32A(V)2 tape recorders will be replaced by digital temporary storage.

5. Identify reportable combat information.
a.
Identify all critical intelligence information within two minutes of intercept.

b.
Identify tactical report information within five minutes of intercept.

c.
Identify intelligence items requiring further exploitation.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
6. Report critical combat information upon recognition.
a.
Report all critical intelligence information to the TA Team/ACT within five
minutes of identification.

b.
Report all tactical report information to the TA Team/ACT within 15 minutes
of identification.

c:
Send all items requiring further exploitation (hand copy, tapes) to the TA
Team/ACT in accordance with the unit's standing operating procedures.

d.
Operators report information to team leader who will then transmit a
resource status report to the TA Team/ACT within 10 minutes after any
change in mission status.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
071-326-5775(SL4) Coordinate with an Adjacent Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT 071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT 071-332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT 071-332-5021(SL3) Prepare a Situation Map STP 21-24-SMCT 113-600-2001(SL1) Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT 113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio STP 21-1-SMCT 301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT 301-371-1050(SL1) IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY STP 21-1-SMCT
(OPSEC) MEASURES 301-371-1052(SL1) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT AND MATERIAL 301-371-1150(SL3) IDENTIFY INTELLIGENCE AND STP 21-24-SMCT
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) ASSETS 805C-PAD.3591(SL3 Protect Classified Information and Materials STP 21-24-SMCT 805C-PAD-3594(SL3 Store Classified Information and Materials STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-0PFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
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STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties ware inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
TASK: Conduct Electronic Warfare (34-OPFOR-1012)
CONDITION: OPFOR employs collection and direction finding assets (ground and air), to monitor and locate enemy forces.
STANDARD: The positions of enemy command, intelligence, and logistics units were located. The locations of the positions were forwarded to OPFOR headquarters. Jamming signals were used against enemy radio receivers. Enemy radio nets were monitored and all information of intelligence value was reported to OPFOR HQ.
ELEMENTS: THREE VOICE COLL TMS THREE VOICE COLL TM
TASK: Conduct Voice Communications Intercept or Radio Direction Finding (RDF) Using the AN/PRD­12 (34-5-0803)
(FM 34-40-9). (FM 34-10). (FM 34-10-2)
(FM 34-13). (FM 34-2). (FM 34-40-3)
(FM 34-80)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The team is operational and has been given clear mission tasking. An active target­signals environment exists. Hazards such as the nuclear, biological and chemical environment, limited visibility, night, inclement weather, and opposing force can exist. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Combat information, which supports priority intelligence requirements and information requirements, was transmitted to the analysis and control team in time to influence the supported commander's decision.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Prepare for operations.
a.
Establish radio, data, TIGER, etc. communications with TA Team/ACT.

b.
Receive/verify receipt of taboo freq list.

c.
Receive/verify receipt of target freq list.

d.
Monitor stop buzz frequency.

2. Perform intercept operations.
a.
Search spectrum for active target signals.

b.
Locate active target signals.

c.
Tip off non-tasked target signals to the TA Team/ACT.

3. Conduct coordinated RDF operations.
a.
Establish and maintain netted RDF operations.

b.
Log results of netted direction finding operations.

c.
Transmit data to the TA Team via secure communications immediately
after receipt.

4. Identify target communications.
a.
Identify active target signals to country, service, and general activity upon
intercept.

b.
Hand copy 80 percent of the who, what, where, and when of the target
transmission.

5. Identify reportable combat information.
a.
Identify all critical intelligence information within two minutes of intercept.

b.
Identify tactical report information within five minutes of intercept.

c.
Identify intelligence items requiring further exploitation.

6. Report combat information.
a.
Report all critical intelligence information to the TA Team/ACT within five
minutes after being identified.

b.
Report all tactical report information to the TA Team/ACT within 15 minutes
after being identified.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
c.
Send all items requiring further exploitation (hand copy) to the TA
Team/ACT in accordance with JAW the unit standing operating procedures.

d.
Transmit the resource status report to the TA Team/ACT within 10 minutes
after any change in mission status.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
071-326-5775(SL4) Coordinate with an Adjacent Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT 113-571-1023(SL1) Prepare a Written Message in USMTF Format STP 21-1-SMCT 113-600-2001(SL1) Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT 113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio STP 21-1-SMCT 301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT 301-371-1050(SL1) IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY STP 21-1-SMCT
(OPSEC) MEASURES 301-371-1052(SL1) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT AND MATERIAL
301-371-1150(SL3) IDENTIFY INTELLIGENCE AND STP 21-24-SMCT
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) ASSETS
805C-PAD-1001(SL4 Prepare a Standing Operating Procedure STP 21-24-SMCT

(SOP) 805C-PAD-3591(SL3 Protect Classified Information and Materials STP 21-24-SMCT 805C-PAD-3594(SL3 Store Classified Information and Materials STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons.
Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
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CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
TASK: Conduct Electronic Warfare (34-OPFOR-1012)
CONDITION: OPFOR employs collection and direction finding assets (ground and air), to monitor and locate enemy forces.
STANDARD: The positions of enemy command, intelligence, and logistics units were located. The locations of the positions were forwarded to OPFOR headquarters. Jamming signals were used against enemy radio receivers. Enemy radio nets were monitored and all information of intelligence value was reported to OPFOR HQ.
ELEMENTS: THREE HFNHF ECM TM THREE HFNHF ECM TMS
TASK: Conduct HF OR VHF Electronic Attack ( EA) Operations Using AN/TLQ-17A(V)3 (34-5-0805) (FM 34-2)
(FM 34-40-7). (FM 34-10-2).
(FM 34-40-3). (FM 34-40-9). (FM 34-80)

(Circle)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The TLQ-17 team is operational. Team has been given clear mission tasking. An active target signals environment exists. Hazards such as a nuclear, biological, or chemical environment, limited visibility, night, inclement weather, and opposing force can exist. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Tasked targets were identified and jammed in accordance with the tasking message.
GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
1. Prepare for operations.
a.
Establish radio, data, TIGER, etc. communications with TA team/ACT.

b.
Receive/verify receipt of taboo freq list.

c.
Receive/verify receipt of target frequency list.

d.
Enter target frequencies in ANTTLQ-17A(V)3.

e.
Search and monitor for signals in the priority, scan, search, or manual
modes.

f.
Monitor stop buzz frequency.

g.
Intercept tasked target signals.

2. Identify and record incoming signals.
a.
Identify signals as friendly or enemy.

b.
Compare intercepted signal against list of high payoff targets.

c.
Hand copy or record combat information from tasked signals.

3. Conduct jamming operations.
a.
Jam IAW mission tasking and electronic warfare annex of the operations
order.

b.
Jam only parts of the transmission that will confuse and delay the enemy or
otherwise degrade target communications.

c.
Issue an electronic warfare mission summary using U.S. message text
format to the TA Team/ACT.

d.
Receive updated mission tasking from the TA Team/ACT.

4. Identify reportable combat information.
a.
Identify critical intelligence information within two minutes of intercept.

b.
Identify tactical report information within five minutes of intercept.

c.
Identify intelligence items requiring further exploitation.

5. Report combat information.
a.
Report all critical intelligence information to the TA team/ACT within five
minutes after identification as critical.

b.
Report all tactical report information to the TA team/ACT within 15 minutes
of identification.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
c.
Send all items requiring further exploitation (hardcopy) to the TA team/ACT
in accordance with the unit standing operating procedures.

d.
Transmit the resource status report to the TA team/ACT within 10 minutes
after any change in mission status.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK TOTAL
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
01-5767.02-0001 Conduct Electronic Counter-Counter STP 21-II-MQS Measures STP 21-I-MQS
01-5831.02-0003 Read a Message STP 21-II-MQS STP 21-I-MQS 01-5831.10-0004 Write a Message STP 21-II-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS 071-326-5775(SL4) Coordinate with an Adjacent Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT 113-571-1023(SL1) Prepare a Written Message in USMTF Format STP 21-1-SMCT 113-600-2001(SL1) Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT 113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio STP 21-1-SMCT 301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT 301-371-1050(SL1) IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY STP 21-1-SMCT
(OPSEC) MEASURES 301-371-1052(SL1) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT AND MATERIAL 301-371-1150(SL3) IDENTIFY INTELLIGENCE AND STP 21-24-SMCT
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) ASSETS 805C-PAD-3591(SL3 Protect Classified Information and Materials STP 21-24-SMCT 805C-PAD-3594(SL3 Store Classified Information and Materials STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
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TASK: Conduct Electronic Warfare (34-OPFOR-1012)
CONDITION: OPFOR employs collection and direction finding assets (ground and air), to monitor and locate enemy forces.
STANDARD: The positions of enemy command, intelligence, and logistics units were located. The locations of the positions were forwarded to OPFOR headquarters. Jamming signals were used against enemy radio receivers. Enemy radio nets were monitored and all information of intelligence value was reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
ELEMENTS: THREE TRANS/ANAL TM THREE TRANS/ANAL TMS
TASK: Perform Limited Analysis of Reported Information (34-5-0806)
.
(FM 34-3). (FM 34-40-3) (FM 34-40-9)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDERILEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The traffic and analysis team may be collocated with the analysis and control team. The team is given clear mission tasking. Combat information is provided by the voice collection or low level voice intercept teams. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The traffic and analysis team provided combat intelligence to the analysis and control team in time to influence the supported commander's decision.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
* 1. Provide technical guidance to team members.
a Determine specific analytical and reporting requirements from existing
tasking directives.

b.
Extract pertinent information from technical publications, personal
experience, or observation.

c.
Develop working aids to support the tasks performed by supporting teams.

*
2. Determine the disposition of intercept material.

a.
Compare intercept material to tasking.

b.
Identify reportable combat information.

c.
Prioritize reportable combat information.

d.
Destroy non-usable intercept material at completion of exercise or during
direct attack on site.

e.
Collate combat information by activity and country.

f.
Identify items requiring further exploitation.

g.
Make collateral distribution of critical combat information.

3. Establish and maintain net and station continuity on assigned targets.
a.
Establish a target history file.

b.
Record target procedures, locations, or any data corresponding to targets.

c.
Construct net diagrams.

4. Locate target using radio direction finding data.
a.
Determine fix location if three or more bearings intersect.

b.
Determine cut location if two bearings are used.

c.
Transmit locations via the analysis and control team to ACE by frequency
modulated secure communications or MSRT.

d.
Maintain RDF analysis overlays to assist in maintaining enemy situational
awareness.

e.
Maintain LOB overlays to track enemy locations and movement.

5. Convert target grid and time data into standardized NATO formats.
a.
Convert grids to universal transverse mercator grids.

b.
Convert times to local, target, or Greenwich mean time by using
international time zones.

6. Report combat information.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
a.
Report all critical intelligence information to ACT within five minutes after
being identified.

b.
Report all tactical report information to ACT/ACE within 15 minutes after
being identified.

c.
ACT/ACE coordinates with HUMINT chief to receive captured documents
which may be exploited for compromises.

d.
Sehd all items requiring further exploitation (hand copy, tapes) to ACT/ACE
in accordance with the unit's standing operating procedures.

e.
Transmit the resource status report to the ACE within 10 minutes after any
changes in mission status.

*
7. Recommend adjustments to tasking.

a.
Compare combat information to tasking.

b.
Note any intelligence gaps, duplication of effort, or special items.

c.
Transmit recommendations to ACE by.frequency modulated secure
communications upon determining the correct adjustments.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
113-571-1023(SL1) Prepare a Written Message in USMTF Format STP 21-1-SMCT 113-600-2001(SL1) Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT 113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio STP 21-1-SMCT 301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT 301-371-1050(SL1) IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY STP 21-1-SMCT
(OPSEC) MEASURES 301-371-1052(SL1) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT AND MATERIAL 301-371-1150(SL3) IDENTIFY INTELLIGENCE AND STP 21-24-SMCT
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW) ASSETS 805C-PAD-3591(SL3 Protect Classified Information and Materials STP 21-24-SMCT 805C-PAD-3594(SL3 Store Classified Information and Materials STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)
DODDOA 019262
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.

ELEMENTS: COUNTER INTEL TM CI TEAM
TASK: Perform Counterintelligence Operations (34-5-0915)
(FM 34-60). (AR 380-19). (AR 380-67)
(AR 381-10). (FM 19-30). (FM 34-7-1)
M.(Circle)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The counterintelligence team is supporting a tactical unit and is deployed in response to a mission tasking. Priority Intelligence Requirements (PIRs) and Specific Information Requirements (SIRs) are known. Sources to interview, incidents to investigate, automated information equipment (CHATS, Individual Tactical Reporting Tool, etc.) and a standing operating procedures are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Interviews were conducted, databases were updated, information was analyzed, assessments were conducted, and reports and products were created and disseminated in accordance with the standing operating procedures and higher headquarters guidance.
.. TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
GO NO-GO
1. Investigate events of CI interest in support of PIRs and SIRs.
a.
Coordinate with control element for guidance.

b.
Investigates the site of the terrorism, SAEDA, force protection, or sabotage
(only if foreign directed) event.

(1)
Establish rapport, interview subjects and witnesses as applicable.

(2)
Determine possible follow-up interviews and intent to recontact if
necessary

(3)
Prepare and disseminate initial report and Force Protection Information Report (FPIR).

(4)
Update databases.

(5)
Conduct follow-up interviews and actions as necessary or directed by higher headquarters.

2. Conduct screening and debriefing at an enemy prisoner of war site or a refugee
checkpoint.

a.
Coordinate with military police and HUMINT collectors for location of area of
operation.

b.
Interview prisoners or detainees.

(1)
Ask questions based on PIRs.

(2)
Determine the value of information obtained.

(3)
Segregate persons of CI interest and interview further.

(4)
Compile reports, forwards information, and recommend next course of action to higher headquarters.

(5)
Conduct follow-up interviews as necessary or directed.

(6)
Updates databases.

3. Conduct liaison operations with host nation agencies and allied forces.
a.
Develop questions using PIRs and SIRs to ask prior to conducting liaison.

b.
Establish contact and build rapport.

c.
Use a linguist if necessary.

d.
Establish a shared work relationship.

e.
Assess the reliability of information gathered.

f.
Produce a Liaison Contact Report and forward to higher headquarters.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
4. Conduct Counterintelligence Force protection Source Operations (CFSO).
a.
Conduct spotting and assessing of potential sources.

b.
Interview potential lead.

c.
Requests source operation authority based on reliability, placement, and
access of the contact.

d.
Develop security techniques and measures.

e.
Develop a communications plan.

f.
Prepare operational, coordination, and administrative reports.

5. Conduct vulnerability assessment.
a.
Determine and assess the enemy HUMINT, IMINT, and SIGINT threat
capabilities.

b.
Analyze friendly vulnerabilities against the enemy threat.

c.
Recommend countermeasures and deception to the threat.

6. Conduct product development and CI analysis.
a.
Prepare CI reports (Contact Report, FPIR, Intelligence Information Report,
CI Spot Report, etc.).

b.
Research information obtained and compare it against PIRs, SIRs, and
current CI events.

c.
Analyze data for accuracy and timeliness.

d.
Create link diagrams, time event charts, association matrixes, and activity
matrixes as appropriate.

e.
Prepare any additional graphic products or reports based upon requirement.

f.
Disseminate reports and developed products.

g.
Update products as necessary.

7. Conduct database maintenance.
a.
Update database with current report information.

b.
Scrub database for duplicate records and information no longer required.

c.
Maintain Clmaps and overlays with current information.

d.
Create backups of data tables and other important information.

* Note: Team leader should conduct quality control of all reports and products produced by the team and conduct mission planning for all types of CI operations.
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT 071-332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT 071-332-5021(SL3) Prepare a Situation Map STP 21-24-SMCT 159-200-2020(SL4) Integrate threat capabilities into mission STP 21-24-SMCT
planning. 301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number. Task Title. References

301-371-1050(SL1).IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY.STP 21-1-SMCT (OPSEC) MEASURES
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Sniper Operations (34-OPFOR-1005)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has received a sniper mission from headquarters. Snipers are assigned missions in the enemy rear area along major supply routes and near support sites.
STANDARD: Infiltrated enemy area of operations and set up a well concealed location. Vehicle drivers or personnel on foot were engaged with short bursts of semiautomatic fire. Selected targets were killed or wounded. Prevented position from being discovered and evacuated the area without being detected. Results of the operation were reported to OPFOR headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Electronic Warfare (34-OPFOR-1012)
CONDITION: OPFOR employs collection and direction finding assets (ground and air), to monitor and locate enemy forces.
DODDOA 019266
STANDARD: The positions of enemy command, intelligence, and logistics units were located. The locations of the positions were forwarded to OPFOR headquarters. Jamming signals were used against enemy radio receivers. Enemy radio nets were monitored and all information of intelligence value was reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Surrender to Capturing Unit on the Battlefield (34-OPFOR-1017)
CONDITION: Friendly forces capture OPFOR element in whole or in part during operations. OPFOR soldiers have documents/equipment of tactical value with them when captured.
STANDARD: OPFOR soldiers prevented capture of documents/equipment and consistently hindered efforts of friendly forces to search, segregate, and secure them.
TUSK: Perform as a Paramilitary Official (34-OPFOR-1018)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player provides the unit with information, support, or authorization/approval to conduct operations. He/she acts IAW cultural norms established for the scenario. They behave IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. The role player supports actions that do not conflict with his/her national or bureaucratic interests, personality, personal interests, or cultural norms. They also incorporate guidance given to them by the civil affairs planner. He/she stays in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a Government Official (34-OPFOR-1019)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player provides the.unit with information, support, or authorization/approval to conduct operations. He/she acts IAW the cultural norms established for the scenario. They behave IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. The role players support actions that do not conflict with his/her national or bureaucratic interests, personality, personal interests, or cultural norms. They also incorporate guidance given to them by the civil affairs planner. He/she stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a U.S. Government Official (34-OPFOR-1020)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player provides the unit with information, support, or authorization/approval to conduct operations. He/she acts IAW the cultural norms. They behave IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. The role player supports actions that do not conflict with U.S. national or agency-specific bureaucratic interests, his/her personality or personal interests, cultural norms, or U.S. public opinion. They also incorporate guidance given to them by the civil affairs planner. He/she stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a Nongovernmental Organization (NGO) Representative (34-OPFOR-1021)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player provides the unit with information, support, or authorization/approval to
conduct operations. He/she behaves IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario.
They support actions that do not conflict with his/her organizational or bureaucratic interests, personality
or personal interests, or international law. They also incorporate guidance given to them by the civil
affairs planner. He/she stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a Civilian at Stage 1 (Pro Govt, Pro BLUFOR) (34-OPFOR-1022)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar wit the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player is extremely cooperative with BLUFOR. He/she is nonaggressive towards BLUFOR. They are fully compliant to BLUFOR commands, actively seeks out BLUFOR assistance and informs BLUFOR of all known OPFOR activities. The role player informs on suspected CLF operations, won't willingly.assist OPFOR in any way unless placed in jeopardy of life. He/she is willing to overlook minor violations of ROE/Law of War. They act IAW the cultural norms established for the scenario. The role player behaves IAW the personality developed for them and stays in character at all times in the presence of the BLUFOR. He/she incorporates guidance given to him by COB site managers. They are fearful of a pointed weapon.
TASK: Perform as a Civilian af Stage 2 (Pro Govt to Neutral) (34-OPFOR-1023)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player is cooperative with BLUFOR but tries to maintain a neutral facade. He/she is compliant with BLUFOR demands, but complains if BLUFOR violates ROE/Law of War. They only offer BLUFOR use of facilities if an emergency is present. They may pass information about OPFOR to BLUFOR if scripted, or if BLUFOR asks a relevant question. The role player accepts BLUFOR assistance. They won't allow OPFOR assistance or use of facilities unless threatened by force. They are fearful of pointed weapons. He/she acts IAW the cultural norms and behaves IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. They incorporate guidance given to them by COB site managers. He/she stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a Civilian at Stage 3 (Neutral) (34-OPFOR-1024)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player is equally cooperative with BLUFOR and OPFOR. He/she will not give information openly to either BLUFOR and OPFOR unless event is directed by COB staff. They report violations of ROE/Law of Land Warfare to civil officials/role play press. He/she openly accepts support from either side. They avoid being overly friendly the BLUFOR and comply with BLUFOR demands, but does so grudgingly. They allow either BLUFOR or OPFOR to temporarily use facilities. He/she is fearful of pointed weapons. The role player acts JAW the cultural norms and behaves IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. They incorporate guidance given to him by COB site managers. They stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a Civilian at Stage 4 (Neutral to Anti-government) (34-OPFOR-1025)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player is less cooperative with BLUFOR and is friendly to OPFOR. They will give information to OPFOR when approved by COB site manager. They also will give information to BLUFOR when approved by COB site manager. He/she actively reports any ROE violation in an agitated, boisterous manner. They are reluctantly compliant of BLUFOR demands. They give OPFOR any logistic support available in village. He/she is fearful but belligerent if weapons are pointed at them. He/she acts IAW the cultural norms and behaves IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. They incorporate guidance given by COB site managers. They stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a Civilian at Stage 5 (Anti-government/Anti-BLUFOR) (34-OPFOR-1026)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player openly supports OPFOR and is anti-government and anti-BLUFOR. They actively work to frustrate BLUFOR goals. He/she is politically active and seeks to incite others. They give BLUFOR data to OPFOR and allow OPFOR to occupy facilities. They also support terrorist operations but does not actively participate. They will turn in to OPFOR who are pro-BLUFOR and refuses to let BLUFOR use facilities. They are non compliant to BLUFOR demands and is openly disobedient and protests BLUFOR activities. He/she is defiant towards pointed weapons. The role player acts IAW the cultural norms and behaves IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. They incorporate guidance given by COB site managers. They stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a Dislocated Civilian (34-OPFOR-1027)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player provides BLUFOR with information and acts IAW the cultural norms established for the scenario. They behave IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. He/she exhibits a strong desire to flee the area by the easiest, most direct route. Without positive control measures by BLUFOR, the role player moves onto MSRs and interferes with tactical operations. He/she will comply with BLUFOR guidance to move through area. However, they become frightened to the point of hysteria if BLUFOR insists on no passage through area or insists on travel through area role player knows is mined or held by OPFOR. They will, on direction of COB site manager,. try to bypass or flee through BLUFOR traffic control measures. He/she flees at sound of warning shots and is prone to panic. They beg for mercy when confronted with pointed weapon and becomes hysterical if threatened. They stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All
personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data
satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons' (34-OPFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons.
Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies
and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy
movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and
equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
ELEMENTS: INTERROGATION TM INTERROGATION TEAM
TASK: Establish Interrogation Site (34-5-0205) (FM 34-52)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Human intelligence collection team (interrogators) have been tasked to establish an enemy prisoner of war (EPW)/detainee interrogation site within a facility. The facility is already constructed at a location determined by the commander. A unit standing operating procedures (SOP), and logistical and personnel support are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in
MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The interrogation site was established within the facility and coordination for logistical and personnel support was accomplished IAW commander's guidance and the SOP.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Team leader receives a briefing from higher headquarters and briefs the team. Note: The interrogation facility is normally collocated with a holding area. The actual construction of the interrogation facility and holding area is the responsibility of the engineers. Security of the facility and handling of EPW/detainees is the responsibility of the military police.

a.
Brief the team on number of EPW/detainees, the desired goals of the
interrogation, and the concept of operation.

b.
Brief the team on procedures to obtain fuel, repair parts, various classes of
supplies, transportation, engineering and military police support as needed
to sustain and maintain interrogation operations.

2. Team establishes areas within the interrogation facility.
a. Establish the following:
(1)
Team operations area.

(2)
Screening area.

(3)
Document exploitation area.

(4)
Interrogation area (in booths or rooms if available).

*
3. Develop a diagram of the interrogation site indicating location of key areas and other information.

*
4. Team chief coordinates with holding area OIC.

a.
Coordinate for guards to accompany EPW or detainees throughout the
screening and interrogation.

b.
Coordinate the routes and procedures to be used when moving
EPWsidetainees between the latrine, holding area, screening area, and the
interrogation area.

c.
Maintain a log of coordination actions taken to date.

*
5. Team chief coordinates moral, welfare, and recreation support for soldiers.

a.
Coordinate preventive and routine medical care.

b.
Arrange distribution and collection of personal mail.

c.
Coordinate hot "A" rations in the ration cycle.

d.
Make provisions and time for personal hygiene and showers.

e.
Conduct physical conditioning program.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
f. Coordinate fuel, prescribed load list, and maintenance requirements.
*
6. Team chief reports when team is ready to begin operations.

a.
Meet with team members to ensure site is set up as directed.

b.
Inform higher headquarters and holding area OIC the site is established and
interrogation operations can begin.

c.
Request from the supported unit or higher headquarters any additional
support required.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
.
Task Number Task Title. References
191-376-4100(SL2).Perform EPW/CI Security and Control .STP 21-24-SMCT Activities at an EPW/CI CAMP
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-0PFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HO.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
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DODDOA 019271
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Disrupt Friendly Defensive Operations (34-OPFOR-1014)
CONDITION: Friendly forces are establishing local defensive positions and obstacles. OPFOR element receives orders to harass and disrupt these efforts. OPFOR has offensive air support and NBC weapons available.
STANDARD: OPFOR element located and penetrated friendly positions and caused a halt or disruption in work being completed on defenses.
TASK: Conduct Terrorist and Saboteur Attacks (34-OPFOR-1013)
CONDITION: OPFOR dispatches small team(s) into enemy rear area to disrupt support operations.
STANDARD: Rear support bases and command and control facilities were located. Rear area support operations were delayed and disrupted. Rear area bases were infiltrated to conduct sabotage and terrorist activities. Supplies and equipment were destroyed and casualties were inflicted.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
ELEMENTS: INTERROGATION TEAM INTERROGATION TM
TASK: Conduct Interrogation Support Operations (34-5-0214) (FM 34-52)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The interrogation team is established at the brigade support area (BSA). The interrogation team will provide HUMINT collection support at the BSA and be prepared to provide direct support to deployed battalions. Communications have been established using the Counterintelligence/Human intelligence Automated Tool Set (CHATS) and FM radio. The commander's Priority Intelligence Request (PIR) are known and a unit standing operating procedure (SOP) is available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Performed screening, interrogation, and document exploitation IAW the commander's guidance and the unit SOP. Maintain records and files IAW unit SOP and commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Team leader supervises the interrogation team.

a.
Provide Priority Intelligence Requirements (PIR) to all team members.

b.
Conduct regular checks with the brigade S2 to ensure latest PIR have been
received.

c.
Conduct mission planning.

2. Conduct EPW/detainee screening operations.
a.
Use CHATS database and digital camera to assist in screening process.

b.
Screen EPW/detainees as they arrive at the brigade collection point.

c.
Use linguists as needed to assist with screening.

d.
Identify high priority EPW/detainees to interrogate using PIR and team
leaders guidance.

3. Conduct interrogation operations. See FM 34-52 for detailed steps on approach,
map tracking, questioning techniques, and termination of an interrogation.

a.
Interrogate EPW/detainees first that have the highest priority.

b.
Determine the language and fluency required for interrogation and use a
linguist as necessary.

c.
Identify the best approach to use.

d.
Obtain background information and physical condition of the EPW/detainee.

e.
Interrogate, conduct map tracking, and terminate the interrogation.

f.
Gather all information obtained during the interrogation and write reports.

4. Team chief monitors conduct of interrogations.
a.
Ensure Enemy Prisoners of war (EPW)/detainees are treated IAW the
Geneva Conventions.

b.
Report violations through the chain of command.

*
5. Team chief reports the status of interrogations to higher headquarters.

a.
Determine frequency, method, and format for reporting.

b.
Consolidate and forward all reports to higher headquarters or the supported
unit using CHATS or FM radio.

c.
Immediately report loss of personnel or major end items.

GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
d. Coordinate with supported unit for vehicle maintenance support, when
required.

6. Screen, categorize, exploit, and evacuate Captured Enemy Documents (CED).
a.
Inventory all incoming CED.

b.
Compare incoming CEDs with the document transmittal forms and
document tags that accompanied them.

c.
Identify all CEDs listed on the document transmittal forms but not on hand.

d.
Identify all CEDs with incomplete or missing document transmittal forms or
document tags.

e.
Initiate trace action on all missing CEDs.

f.
Document effort to trace missing CEDs.

g.
Scan each CED to determine its content.

h.
Extract and translate pertinent information from CEDs.

i.
Identify as category A all CEDs containing time-sensitive information that
pertain to the team's PIR/IR. Electronically scan and transmit highly
perishable documents and associated analytic notations to higher
headquarters using CHATS.

j.
Identify as category B all CEDs that are encrypted, contain cryptographic
information, or contain information relating to the enemy's communications
systems.. .

k.
Identify as category C all CEDs containing information which is not time­sensitive and does not pertain to the team's PIR/IR.

I.
Identify as category D all CEDs that do not appear to contain any
information of intelligence value.

m.
Identify as Technical Documents (TECHDOC) all CEDs containing technical
information associated with specific items of enemy equipment. In order to
expedite their evacuation and exploitation, TECHDOC CEDs will receive the
same processing priority as Category A CEDs.

n.
Report all PIR information to higher headquarters as soon as it is identified.

o.
Group CEDs, prepare transmittal forms in order of priority, and evacuate to
the next higher echelon.

7. Document interrogation activitios-:
a.
Establish records and files of interrogations, CED exploitation, and other
interrogation operations IAW unit SOP and team leader's guidance.

b.
Record all events which impact on the team's operations.

c.
Use CHATS to establish and maintain files where feasible.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
M TOTAL
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number. Task Title. References
113-637-2001(SL1).Communicate via a Tactical Radio.STP 21-1-SMCT 121-004-1227.ESTABLISH FILES. STP 34-97E1-SM
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
181-105-1001(SL1) Comply with the Law of War and the Geneva STP 21-1-SMCT and Hague Conventions 181-105-2001(SL2) Enforce the Law of War and the Geneva and STP 21-24-SMCT Hague Conventions 191-376-4101(SL2) Process EPW/CI at Collecting Point or STP 21-24-SMCT Holding Area. 301-337-3305 SELECT SOURCES AND ASSIGN STP 34-97E24-SM-TG
PRIORITY OF INTERROGATION 301-337-3308 ASSIGN INTERROGATORS STP 34-97E24-SM-TG 301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT 301-371-1200(SL2) PROCESS CAPTURED MATERIEL STP 21-24-SMCT 301-97E-1321 ACCOUNT FOR CAPTURED ENEMY STP 34-97E1-SM
DOCUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT 301-97E-1322 SCREEN CAPTURED ENEMY DOCUMENTS STP 34-97E1-SM
AND EQUIPMENT 301-97E-1323 TRANSLATE DOCUMENTS STP 34-97E1-SM 301-97E-1324 EVACUATE CAPTURED ENEMY STP 34-97E1-SM
DOCUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT
301-97E-1325 DETERMINE DISPOSITION OF STP 34-97E1-SM DOCUMENTS CAPTURED WITH EPW/DETAINEES
301-97E-1400 PROCESS DOCUMENTS STP 34-97E1-SM 301-97E-1401 SCREEN DOCUMENTS FOR STP 34-97E1-SM INTELLIGENCE VALUE 301-97E-1402 DETERMINE DISPOSITION OF SOURCE STP 34-97E1-SM
RELATED DOCUMENTS 301-97E-1403 EXPLOIT DOCUMENTS STP 34-97E1-SM 301-97E-1450 EXPLOIT OPEN SOURCE MATERIAL STP 34-97E1-SM 301-97E-1451 CONDUCT AN INTERROGATION USING AN STP 34-97E1-SM
INTERPRETER 301-97E-1500 PREPARE A TACTICAL TRANSLATION STP 34-97E1-SM REPORT 301-97E-1501 PREPARE A SPOT REPORT (IN SALUTE STP 34-97E1-SM
.
FORMAT) 301-97E-1502 PREPARE A TACTICAL INTERROGATION STP 34-97E1-SM
REPORT (TIR) 301-97E-3309 ASSIGN DOCUMENT TRANSLATORS STP 34-97E24-SM-TG 301-97E-3310 ASSIGN INTERPRETERS STP 34-97E24-SM-TG 301-97E-4307 SUPERVISE INTERROGATION ACTIVITIES STP 34-97E24-SM-TG 301-97E-4309 SUPERVISE INTERPRETATION ACTIVITIES STP 34-97E24-SM-TG
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Surrender to Capturing Unit on the Battlefield (34-OPFOR-1017)
CONDITION: Friendly forces capture OPFOR element in whole or in part during operations. OPFOR soldiers have documents/equipment of tactical value with them when captured.
STANDARD: OPFOR soldiers prevented capture of documents/equipment and consistently hindered efforts of friendly forces to search, segregate, and secure them.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-0PFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-0PFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Gather Intelligence (34-OPFOR-1008)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements, operating in the rear area, are planning attacks on enemy bases. Information is needed before plans are finalized.
STANDARD: All Priority Intelligence Requests and other intelligence requirements were identified. Passed through any outpost, defensive wire, or warning device undetected. Moved to an observation point that offered cover and concealment and was close enough to gather required information. Gathered data which answered intelligence requirements. Withdrew from area undetected. All information of value was reported to OPFOR headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Terrorist and Saboteur Attacks (34-OPFOR-1013)
CONDITION: OPFOR dispatches small team(s) into enemy rear area to disrupt support operations.
STANDARD: Rear support bases and command and control facilities were located. Rear area support operations were delayed and disrupted. Rear area bases were infiltrated to conduct sabotage and terrorist activities. Supplies and equipment were destroyed and casualties were inflicted.
TASK: Perform as a Paramilitary Official (34-OPFOR-1018)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player provides the unit with information, support, or authorization/approval to conduct operations. He/she acts IAW cultural norms established for the scenario. They behave IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. The role player supports actions that do not conflict with his/her national or bureaucratic interests, personality, personal interests, or cultural norms. They also incorporate guidance given to them by the civil affairs planner. He/she stays in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a Government Official (34-OPFOR-1019)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player provides the unit with information, support, or authorization/approval to conduct operations. He/she acts IAW the cultural norms established for the scenario. They behave IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. The role players support actions that do not conflict with his/her national or bureaucratic interests, personality, personal interests, or cultural norms. They also incorporate guidance given to them by the civil affairs planner. He/she stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a U.S. Government Official (34-OPFOR-1020)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player provides the unit with information, support, or authorization/approval to conduct operations. He/she ac.ts IAW the cultural norms. They behave IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. The role player supports actions that do not conflict with U.S. national or agency-specific bureaucratic interests, his/her personality or personal interests, cultural norms, or U.S. public opinion. They also incorporate guidance given to them by the civil affairs planner. He/she stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a Nongovernmental Organization (NGO) Representative (34-OPFOR-1021)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player provides the unit with information, support, or authorization/approval to
conduct operations. He/she behaves IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario.
They support actions that do not conflict with his/her organizational or bureaucratic interests, personality
or personal interests, or international law. They also incorporate guidance given to them by the civil
affairs planner. He/she stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a Civilian at Stage 1 (Pro Govt, Pro BLUFOR) (34-OPFOR-1022)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar wit the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player is extremely cooperative with BLUFOR. He/she is nonaggressive towards
BLUFOR. They are fully compliant to BLUFOR commands, actively seeks out BLUFOR assistance and
informs BLUFOR of all known OPFOR activities. The role player informs on suspected CLF operations,
won't willingly assist OPFOR in any way unless placed in jeopardy of life. He/she is willing to overlook
minor violations of ROE/Law of War. They act IAW the cultural norms established for the scenario. The
role player behaves IAW the personality developed for them and stays in character at all times in the
presence of the BLUFOR. He/she incorporates guidance given to him by COB site managers. They are
fearful of a pointed weapon.
TASK: Perform as a Civilian at Stage 2 (Pro Govt to Neutral) (34-OPFOR-1023)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player is cooperative with BLUFOR but tries to maintain a neutral facade. He/she is compliant with BLUFOR demands, but complains if BLUFOR violates ROE/Law of War. They only offer BLUFOR use of facilities if an emergency is present. They may pass information about OPFOR to BLUFOR if scripted, or if BLUFOR asks a relevant question. The role player accepts BLUFOR assistance. They won't allow OPFOR assistance or use of facilities unless threatened by force. They are fearful of pointed weapons. He/she acts IAW the cultural norms and behaves IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. They incorporate guidance given to them by COB site managers. He/she stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a Civilian at Stage 3 (Neutral) (34-OPFOR-1024) CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player is equally cooperative with BLUFOR and OPFOR. He/she will not give information openly to either BLUFOR and OPFOR unless event is directed by COB staff. They report violations of ROE/Law of Land Warfare to civil officials/role play press. He/she openly accepts support from either side. They avoid being overly friendly the BLUFOR and comply with BLUFOR demands, but does so grudgingly. They allow either BLUFOR or OPFOR to temporarily use facilities. He/she is fearful of pointed weapons. The role player acts IAW the cultural norms and behaves IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. They incorporate guidance given to him by COB site managers. They stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a Civilian at Stage 4 (Neutral to Anti-government) (34-OPFOR-1025)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player is less cooperative with BLUFOR and is friendly to OPFOR. They will give information to OPFOR when approved by COB site manager. They also will give information to BLUFOR when approved by COB site manager. He/she actively reports any ROE violation in an agitated, boisterous manner. They are reluctantly compliant of BLUFOR demands. They give OPFOR any logistic support available in village. He/she is fearful but belligerent if weapons are pointed at them. He/she acts IAW the cultural norms and behaves IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. They incorporate guidance given by COB site managers. They stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a Civilian at Stage 5 (Anti-government/Anti-BLUFOR) (34-OPFOR-1026)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player openly supports OPFOR and is anti-government and anti-BLUFOR. They actively work to frustrate BLUFOR goals. He/she is politically active and seeks to incite others. They give BLUFOR data to OPFOR and allow OPFOR to occupy facilities. They also support terrorist operations but does not actively participate. They will turn in to OPFOR who are pro-BLUFOR and refuses to let BLUFOR use facilities. They are non compliant to BLUFOR demands and is openly disobedient and protests BLUFOR activities. He/she is defiant towards pointed weapons. The role player acts IAW the cultural norms and behaves IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. They incorporate guidance given by COB site managers. They stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a Dislocated Civilian (34-OPFOR-1027)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player provides BLUFOR with information and acts IAW the cultural norms established for the scenario. They behave IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. He/she exhibits a strong desire to flee the area by the easiest, most direct route. Without positive control measures by BLUFOR, the role player moves onto MSRs and interferes with tactical operations. He/she will comply with BLUFOR guidance to move through area. However, they become frightened to the point of hysteria if BLUFOR insists on no passage through area or insists on travel through area role player knows is mined or held by OPFOR. They will, on direction of COB site manager, try to bypass or flee through BLUFOR traffic control measures. He/she flees at sound of warning shots and is prone to panic. They beg for mercy when confronted with pointed weapon and becomes hysterical if threatened. They stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009) CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENTS: INTERROGATION TM INTERROGATION TEAM
TASK: Use a Linguist While Conducting an Interrogation (34-5-0917) (FM 34-52). (AR 611-6)
1.2.3.4.5.(Circle)
ITERATION:.
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Enemy prisoners of war (EPWs) or detainees, who require the use of a linguist to interrogate, are at a site and have knowledge of immediate tactical value. A HUMINT collector, a linguist, and a unit standing operating procedures (SOP) are available. This task should not be performed in MOPP. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The HUMINT collector used a linguist to interrogated the EPW/detainee. Information of immediate tactical value was obtained. The linguist was utilized IAW FM 34-52 and the unit SOP. The interrogation was evaluated and corrections to any deficiencies were recommended.
GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
1. Prepare a plan with the linguist..'
a.
Inform the linguist of the current situation, the objectives of the interrogation,
and the need to imitate attitude and tone of voice, so translations carry the
same meaning and intent.

b.
Determine the type of approach and method (simultaneous or alternate) of
translation to use.

c.
Inform the linguist of any information known about the EPW/detainee.

d.
If time permits, develop prepared questions to ask during the interrogation.

e.
Inform the linguist of the requirement to assist in the preparation of any
report produced.

2. Use the linguist during interrogation.
a.
Position the linguist and the EPW/detainee according to the approach used,
fluency of the linguist, and cultural norms. See FM 34-52 for details on
conducting an interrogation, approaches, positioning, and termination.

b.
Have the linguist tell the EPW/detainee to maintain eye contact with you
and speak directly to you rather than to the linguist.

c.
Speak directly to the EPW/detainee as if you can speak the foreign
language while the linguist translates your words using one of the two
methods mentioned above.

d.
Both the interrogator and linguist make notes of the information being
provided working as a team.

e.
Use a tape recorder to record the interrogation if available.
Note: A video camera can also be used for recording but is considered more
intrusive. It could cause the EPW/detainee to not provide information. It should be
used dependent upon the importance of the information and situation.

f.
Have the linguist clarify anything not understood or conflicting before
terminating the interrogation.

g.
Terminate the interrogation and compare notes with the linguist afterwards.

*
3. Team leader evaluates the interrogation.

a.
Inform the interrogator and linguist what was performed correctly and


.incorrectly during the interrogation.

b.
If a recording of the interrogation was made, use it to illustrate any positive
or negative comments.

GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
c. Make recommendations for correcting mistakes while using the linguist.
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK TOTAL
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"`" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
References
Task Number. Task Title
181-105-1001(SL1) Comply with the Law of War and the Geneva STP 21-1-SMCT and Hague Conventions 181-105-2001(SL2) Enforce the Law of War and the Geneva and STP 21-24-SMCT
Hague Conventions 301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT 301-371-1050(SL1) IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY STP 21-1-SMCT
(OPSEC) MEASURES
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and
storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The
enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were
reported to OPFOR HQ.

TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-0PFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key
locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies
was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate
of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.

TASK: Perform as a Paramilitary Official (34-OPFOR-1018)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
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STANDARD: The role player provides the unit with information, support, or authorization/approval to conduct operations. He/she acts IAW cultural norms established for the scenario. They behave IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. The role player supports actions that do not conflict with his/her national or bureaucratic interests, personality, personal interests, or cultural norms. They also incorporate guidance given to them by the civil affairs planner. He/she stays in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a Government Official (34-OPFOR-1019)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player provides the unit with information, support, or authorization/approval to conduct operations. He/she acts IAW the cultural norms established for the scenario. They behave IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. The role players support actions that do not conflict with his/her national or bureaucratic interests, personality, personal interests, or cultural norms. They also incorporate guidance given to them by the civil affairs planner. He/she stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a U.S. Government Official (34-OPFOR-1020)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player provides the unit with information, support, or authorization/approval to conduct operations. He/she acts IAW the cultural norms. They behave IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. The role player supports actions that do not conflict with U.S. national or agency-specific bureaucratic interests, his/her personality or personal interests, cultural norms, or U.S. public opinion. They also incorporate guidance given to them by the civil affairs planner. He/she stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a Nongovernmental Organization (NGO) Representative (34-OPFOR-1021)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player provides the unit with information, support, or authorization/approval to conduct operations. He/she behaves IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. They support actions that do not conflict with his/her organizational or bureaucratic interests, personality or personal interests, or international law. They also incorporate guidance given to them by the civil affairs planner. He/she stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a Civilian at Stage 1 (Pro Govt, Pro BLUFOR) (34-OPFOR-1022)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar wit the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player is extremely cooperative with BLUFOR. He/she is nonaggressive towards BLUFOR. They are fully compliant to BLUFOR commands, actively seeks out BLUFOR assistance and informs BLUFOR of all known OPFOR activities. The role player informs on suspected CLF operations, won't willingly assist OPFOR in any way unless placed in jeopardy of life. He/she is willing to overlook minor violations of ROE/Law of War. They act IAW the cultural norms established for the scenario. The role player behaves IAW the personality developed for them and stays in character at all times in the presence of the BLUFOR. He/she incorporates guidance given to him by COB site managers. They are fearful of a pointed weapon.
TASK: Perform as a Civilian at Stage 2 (Pro Govt to Neutral) (34-OPFOR-1023)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player is cooperative with BLUFOR but tries to maintain a neutral facade. He/she is compliant with BLUFOR demands, but complains if BLUFOR violates ROE/Law of War. They only offer BLUFOR use of facilities if an emergency is present. They may pass information about OPFOR to BLUFOR if scripted, or if BLUFOR asks a relevant question. The role player accepts BLUFOR assistance. They won't allow OPFOR assistance or use of facilities unless threatened by force. They are fearful of pointed weapons. He/she acts IAW the cultural norms and behaves IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. They incorporate guidance given to them by COB site managers. He/she stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a Civilian at Stage 3 (Neutral) (34-OPFOR-1024)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player is equally cooperative with BLUFOR and OPFOR. He/she will not give information openly to either BLUFOR and OPFOR unless event is directed by COB staff. They report violations of ROE/Law of Land Warfare to civil officials/role play press. He/she openly accepts support from either side. They avoid being overly friendly the BLUFOR and comply with BLUFOR demands, but does so grudgingly. They allow either BLUFOR or OPFOR to temporarily use facilities. He/she is fearful of pointed weapons. The role player acts IAW the cultural norms and behaves IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. They incorporate guidance given to him by COB site managers. They stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a Civilian at Stage 4 (Neutral to Anti-government) (34-OPFOR-1025)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player is less cooperative with BLUFOR and is friendly to OPFOR. They will give information to OPFOR when approved by COB site manager. They also will give information to BLUFOR when approved by COB site manager. He/she actively reports any ROE violation in an agitated, boisterous manner. They are reluctantly compliant of BLUFOR demands. They give OPFOR any logistic support available in village. He/she is fearful but belligerent if weapons are pointed at them. He/she acts IAW the cultural norms and behaves IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. They incorporate guidance given by COB site managers. They stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a Civilian at Stage 5 (Anti-government/Anti-BLUFOR) (34-OPFOR-1026)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player openly supports OPFOR and is anti-government and anti-BLUFOR. They actively work to frustrate BLUFOR goals. He/she is politically active and seeks to incite others. They give BLUFOR data to OPFOR and allow OPFOR to occupy facilities. They also support terrorist operations
but does not actively participate. They will turn in to OPFOR who are pro-BLUFOR and refuses to let
BLUFOR use facilities. They are non compliant to BLUFOR demands and is openly disobedient and
protests BLUFOR activities. He/she is defiant towards pointed weapons. The role player acts IAW the
cultural norms and behaves IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. They
incorporate guidance given by COB site managers. They stay in character at all times in the presence of
BLUFOR.
TASK: Perform as a Dislocated Civilian (34-OPFOR-1027)
CONDITION: The role player is familiar with the HUMINT mission and scenario.
STANDARD: The role player provides BLUFOR with information and acts IAW the cultural norms established for the scenario. They behave IAW the personality developed for them in support of the scenario. He/she exhibits a strong desire to flee the area by the easiest, most direct route. Without positive control measures by BLUFOR, the role player moves onto MSRs and interferes with tactical operations. He/she will comply with BLUFOR guidance to move through area. However, they become frightened to the point of hysteria if BLUFOR insists on no passage through area or insists on travel through area role player knows is mined or held by OPFOR. They will, on direction of COB site manager, try to bypass or flee through BLUFOR traffic control measures. He/she flees at sound of warning shots and is prone to panic. They beg for mercy when confronted with pointed weapon and becomes hysterical if threatened. They stay in character at all times in the presence of BLUFOR.
ELEMENT: ELEC WARFARE PLT HQ
TASK: Execute Electronic Warfare (EW) Platoon Operations (34-3-9015) (FM 34-40-7)S (FM 34-13)S (FM 34-3) (FM 34-40-3)S (FM 34-40-9)S (FM 34-8) (FM 34-80)
ITERATION:. 1S2S3 4.
5SMS(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.TSPSUS(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Given a deployed electronic warfare platoon, as a part of the general support military intelligence company, supporting a division in a theater of operations. Communications are established, as required, with the military intelligence battalion S3, analysis and control element, and transcription and analysis team for receiving mission taskings and reporting gathered intelligence. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Successfully deployed assets and provided effective electronic support and limited analysis of intelligence, as tasked by the military intelligence battalion S3 for the duration of the tactical mission and/or deployment.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
* 1. Plan, coordinate, and supervise electronic warfare operations.
2.
Establish a tactical special compartmented information facility.

3.
Establish communications with the TSQ-175.

*
4. Direct emplacement of electronic warfare teams.

*
5. Coordinate intelligence and electronic warfare support to the division.

*
6. Platoon leader effects coordination with other friendly units for intelligence and electronic warfare site selection in the division area of operation.

*
7. Supervise limited analysis of reported information.

*
8. Monitor platoon operational status.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO''/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
01-9001.17-0003 Build a Cohesive Unit or Organization STP 21-1I-MQS STP 21-I-MQS 01-9001.19-0002 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or STP 21-11-MQS Equivalent Sized Organization
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
STP 21-1-MQS
01-9007.01-0250 Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct STP 21-II-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
01-9017.02-0002 Conduct a Battle Analysis STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
03-5105.00-0002 Direct Field Feeding Operations STP 21-II-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
03-8310.00-9000 Supervise Unit Preventive Medicine and Field STP 21-1I-MQS
Sanitation Procedures
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9001.10-0004 Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as STP 21-II-MQS
a Commander or Staff Officer
STP 21-1-MQS
03-9001.12-0003 Communicate Effectively as a Commander or STP 21-1I-MQS
Staff Officer
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9001.13-0001 Solve Problems Using the Military Problem STP 21-II-MQS
Solving Process
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9001.14-0002 Motivate Subordinates to Accomplish Unit STP 21-II-MQS
Missions
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9003.02-0001 Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
04-3303.02-0014 Prepare Platoon or Company Combat Orders STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
04-3303.02-0037 Navigate While Mounted STP 21-II-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
04-5030.00-2013 Implement Mission-Oriented Protective STP 21-II-MQS
Posture Based on Threat or Direction
STP 21-I-MQS
04-5030.00-2017 Prepare for Nuclear, Biological, or Chemical STP 21-1I-MQS
Attack
STP 21-I-MQS
071-332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT
071-332-5021(SL3) Prepare a Situation Map STP 21-24-SMCT
101-92Y-0001(SL4) Supervise Supply Activities STP 21-24-SMCT
101-92Y-0002(SL3) Plan Tactical Re-Supply Operations STP 21-24-SMCT
101-CLT-0198(SL4) Supervise Tactical Feeding Operation STP 21-24-SMCT
113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio STP 21-1-SMCT
151-357-0001(SL4) Supervise CSS Functions During Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT
Operations
181-105-2002(SL2) Conduct Combat Operations According to the STP 21-24-SMCT
Law of War
301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT
301-371-1052(SL1) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT
AND MATERIAL
441-091-3000(SL3) Supervise the Implementation of Air Defense STP 21-24-SMCT
Measures
805C-PAD-2461(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status STP 21-24-SMCT
Report)
805C-PAD-4595(SL4 Supervise Cross-leveling of Personnel STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT
S1-9011.07-0001 Describe the Brigade Fight STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
S3-9001.18-0002 Minimize Combat Stress STP 21-11-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
S3-9060.00-1000 Conduct Small Unit Combat Operations STP 21-II-MQS
According to the Law of War
STP 21-I-MQS

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Electronic Warfare (34-OPFOR-1012)
CONDITION: OPFOR employs collection and direction finding assets (ground and air), to monitor and locate enemy forces.
STANDARD: The positions of enemy command, intelligence, and logistics units were located. The locations of the positions were forwarded to OPFOR headquarters. Jamming signals were used against enemy radio receivers. Enemy radio nets were monitored and all information of intelligence value was reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-0PFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical
Weapons (34-0PFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENT: FOUR ELEC WARFARE TM
TASK: Perform Direction Finding (DF) Operations with the AN/ISO-138 Trailblazer (34-5-1600)
(ARTEP 34-398-10-DRILL)S(FM 34-10)S (FM 34-40-9)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Given an operational radio receiving set, AN/ISO-138, which has been initialized; signal . operating instructions and data specifying local, network, reporting, and tasking parameters; and an active signal environment. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Successfully performed general and directed searches to intercept and monitor high frequency, very high frequency, and ultra high frequency signals; performed direction finding operations; and identified and processed reportable information.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Perform a general search.
a.
Establish a general search plan.

b.
Edit the general search plan.

c.
Develop the exclusion frequency list.

d.
Activate the general search plan.

e.
Access all general search activity data.

f.
Access general search activity by restrictive parameters.

g.
Access the general search histogram.

h.
Clear search data from general search or directed search activity files.

i.
Deactivate the general search plan.

2. Perform a directed search.
a.
Establish, and set priorities for, the directed search plan.

b.
Edit the directed search plan. .•

c.
Activate the directed search plan.

d.
Clear the directed search activity files.

e.
Access the directed search activity data.

f.
Deactivate the directed search plan.

3. Intercept and monitor high frequency, very high frequency, and ultra high
frequency signals.

a. Intercept and monitor high frequency signals.
(1)
Set RECEIVER 4 switch to ON (up).

(2)
Adjust the volume.

(3)
Verify the high frequency function key lights up.

(4)
Set the receiver control switches.

(5)
Tune the receiver to mission frequency.

(6)
Set the proper band width.

(7)
Monitor intercepted high frequency signals using headset.

b.
Intercept and monitor very high frequency, and ultra high frequency signals.

(1)
Set the intercom system control switches.

(2)
Set the receiver control and display switches.

(3)
Scan and monitor intercepted signals.

(4)
Automatically tune very high frequency, and ultra high frequency
receiver.

4. Initiate a direction finding request.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
a.
Obtain a fix on the frequency the intercept receiver is tuned to.

b.
Obtain a fix on a frequency that the intercept receiver is not tuned to.

c.
Observe the response when the fix is completed.

5. Access and edit fix and Line of Bearing (LOB) displays.
a.
Access the fix display.

b.
Change the scale of the display.

c.
Change the fix display's direction of view.

d.
Access LOBs for specific fixes.

e.
View and identify previous LOB sets.

f.
Edit LOBs and fixes.

6. Develop, display, and edit gist messages.
a.
Create and access an unassigned gist file.

b.
Access an assigned gist file for a specific frequency.

c.
Develop the gist file.

d.
Edit the gist file.

7. Purge specified direction finding data from a file.
a.
Purge direction finding data for a specified frequency.

b.
Purge direction finding data for a specific frequency range.

c.
Purge direction finding data for all frequencies.

8. Conduct radio direction finding operations.
a. Perform a netted fix with other Trailblazer systems or Quickfix.
(1)
Enter the net control station identification platform. (An additional
Trailblazer will be the slave station.

(2)
Tune receiver B to a given frequency (PSN-1 only).

(3)
Request a netted fix.

(4)
Interpret the fix data from the printout.

(5)
Disable LOBs (platforms), as necessary, to obtain the most accurate
fix with the smallest circular error probable.

b.
Perform a manual fix.

(1)
Obtain a LOB for a given signal.

(2)
Request a minimum of one additional LOB from another Trailblazer
system with a known universal transverse mercator grid location.

(3)
Enter the LOB and universal transverse mercator into the SYS CTLR.

(4)
Request a manual fix.

(5)
Interpret the fix data from the printout.

(6)
Disable the LOBs (platforms), as necessary, to obtain the most
accurate fix with the smallest circular error probable.

c.
Enable a manual heading.

9. Identify and process all reportable information.
a. Process reportable combat information.
(1)
Recognize all tactical report information and report in accordance with
USSID 369 and local requirements.

(2)
Process and report all tactical report information within the guidelines
of USSID 369 and local requirements.

(3)
Forward all items needing further exploitation to the platoon operations center IAW tasking instructions and the unit tactical standing operating procedures.

10. Transmit a resource status report to the platoon operations center within 10 minutes of any change in mission status.
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS ''GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References

331-371-1000(SL1)SREPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATIONSSTP 21-1-SMCT 301-371-1050(SL1)SIMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY SSTP 21-1-SMCT (OPSEC) MEASURES
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Electronic Warfare (34-OPFOR-1012)
CONDITION: OPFOR employs collection and direction finding assets (ground and air), to monitor and locate enemy forces.
STANDARD: The positions of enemy command, intelligence, and logistics units were located. The locations of the positions were forwarded to OPFOR headquarters. Jamming signals were used against enemy radio receivers. Enemy radio nets were monitored and all information of intelligence value was reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and
storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The
enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were
reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key
locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
DODDOA 019292
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
ELEMENTS: 3 GSR SQDS THREE GSR SQD
TASK: Employ Remotely Monitored Battlefield Sensor System (REMBASS) (34-4-0007) (REMBASS). (FM 34-10-1). (FM 34-80)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The remotely monitored battlefield sensor system team has received a mission from the supported maneuver unit commander or S2. Certain soil or other environmental conditions may preclude the effective use of sensors or cause the enemy to easily locate sensor locations, requiring leaders to use alternative means of employment. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The remotely monitored battlefield sensor system team employed and monitored remotely monitored battlefield sensor system in the supported unit's area of operation.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Coordinate with the supported unit commander or S2.

a.
Become familiar with the mission.

b.
Become familiar with the friendly and enemy situation.

*
2. Coordinate for the following:

a.
Maps, photographs, and overlays of the area of interest;

b.
Expected targets by type;

c.
Required reports to submit;

d.
Reporting procedures;

e.
Communications;

f.
Security;

g.
Class I through IX supplies;

h.
Available maintenance support;

i.
Sensor implant site;

j.
Monitoring of the site;

k.
Implant mission security;

I.
Surveillance areas;

m.
Operational periods and schedule.

3. Review the mission plan.
a.
Select assets (personnel and equipment) to employ.

b.
Ensure all equipment is complete and operational.

c.
Ensure all monitors, sensors, and repeaters are programmed prior to
departure.

d.
Ensure all sensors and repeaters are programmed with proper identification
codes and channels.

4. Prepare a preliminary sensor sketch map.
a.
Record general terrain information.

b.
Record grid coordinates for each piece of equipment.

c.
Record specific terrain information.

d.
Record implant information.

e.
Record distance between sensors.

5. Prepare a terrain profile to determine if the string or target area can be
monitored.

.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
a.
Determine if line of sight exists from the site to the target area.

b.
Determine potential direct fire weapon positions.

c.
Determine potential locations for defensive positions.

d.
Select the highest points between the start point and the end point as a
monitor site or repeater's location to establish radio line of site.

e.
Determine the distance capabilities (up to 15 km, ground to ground) to
determine the repeaters location or the number of repeaters needed.

6. Navigate to a specific location.
a.
Secure implant area.

b.
Ensure equipment is correctly implanted.

c.
Camouflage equipment.

d.
Ensure equipment is operational after implant is completed.

*
7. Update the preliminary sensor sketch map.

a.
Annotate the eight-digit'grid coordinates of the first, middle, and last sensor
in the string or field.

b.
Annotate the distance in meters between sensors.

c.
Record azimuths to or from sensor or repeater locations.

d.
Record any significant features that could help in the recovery of the sensor
string, sensor field, or repeaters.

e.
Determine and annotate the detection range of the sensors if time and
conditions permit.

f.
Record any information of importance, such as poor road conditions that
could cause abnormal rates of speed.

g.
Use proper symbology for the remotely monitored battlefield sensor system
equipment.

h.
Use proper marginal information.

8. Navigate to monitor site.
a.
Ensure monitor is properly programmed.

b.
Ensure overlays are completed and given to S2.

*
9. Prepare the sensor operation data record.

a.
Record the string field.

b.
Record the identification codes of the sensors or repeaters.

c.
Record the sensor monitoring set channel.

d.
Record the sensors or repeaters pen number on the sensor monitoring set.

e.
Record the sensors or repeaters transmitting channel.

f.
Record the detection range of the seismic acoustic sensors.

g.
Record the type of sensor (seismic acoustic, infrared passive, or magnetic).

h.
Record the eight-digit grid coordinate of the first, middle, and last sensor in
the field.

i.
Record the implant date.

j.
Record the programmed life of battery (7.5 days, 15 days, 30 days, or End­of-Life (EOL)).

k.
Record any adverse conditions that can assist the operator or S2 during
sensor data analysis (muddy roads, snow, ice, frozen rut, or rugged terrain).

10. Analyze sensor data.
a.
Determine type of target.

b.
Determine the number of targets by using the appropriate count indicator
sensor and counting the activations (magnetic for vehicles, infrared passive
for personnel).

c.
Determine direction of travel.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO
d.
Determine the distance in meters from two-count indicator sensors in the string by using the sketch map.

e.
Determine time measure. NOTE: To determine time, measure with a ruler from the first activation of the first­count sensor indicator to the first activation of the second-count sensor indicator to the closest 1/32 of an inch. Convert this measurement to minutes using the chart on the sensor monitoring set. The answer is time.

f.
Determine rate of speed by dividing distance by time. The answer gives you rate of speed in meters per minute.

g.
Determine total time count indicator. NOTE: This is done by measuring with a ruler from the first activation to the last activation of the appropriate count indicator sensor to the closest 1/32 of an inch. Convert this measurement to minutes using the chart of the sensor monitoring set.

h.
Determine the length of column by multiplying total time count indicator by rate of speed. This is the length of column in meters.

11. Report all targets using the sensor activation spot report and supported unit
communication procedures.

a.
Record the direction of the target's movement.

b.
Record the rate of speed of the target.

c.
Record the length of column of the target.

d.
Record the type of target.

e.
Record the number of targets.

f.
Record the last time observed and last known location of the target.

g.
Identify the sensor field or string monitored.

h.
Record other pertinent information in the remarks section.

i.
Identify the operator and unit.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
031-503-3008(SL2) IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED • STP 21-24-SMCT PROTECTIVE POSTURE 052-191-1361(SL1) CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR STP 21-1-SMCT
INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT 052-191-1362(SL1) CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT STP 21-1-SMCT 061-283-6003(SL2) ADJUST INDIRECT FIRE STP 21-24-SMCT 071-326-0502(SL1) Move Under Direct Fire STP 21-1-SMCT 071-326-0503(SL1) Move Over, Through, or Around Obstacles STP 21-1-SMCT
(Except Minefields) 071-326-0510(SL1) React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted STP 21-1-SMCT 071-326-0511(SL1) React to Flares STP 21-1-SMCT 071-326-0513(SL1) Select Temporary Fighting Positions STP 21-1-SMCT 071-326-3002(SL1) React to Indirect Fire While Mounted STP 21-1-SMCT
NO-GO
.
TOTAL
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
071-326-5502(SL2) Issue a Fragmentary Order STP 21-24-SMCT
071-326-5505(SL2) Issue an Oral Operation Order STP 21-24-SMCT
071-326-5705(SL2) Establish an Observation Post STP 21-24-SMCT
071-326-5805(SL3) Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission STP 21-24-SMCT
071-329-1006(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Dismounted
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT
071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Mounted
071-331-0815(SL1) Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline STP 21-1-SMCT
071-332-5021(SL3) Prepare a Situation Map STP 21-24-SMCT
C71-410-0002(SL1) React to Direct Fire While Mounted STP 21-1-SMCT
071-430-0002(SL2) Conduct a Defense by a Squad STP 21-24-SMCT
071-430-0003(SL3) Consolidate a Squad Following Enemy STP 21-24-SMCT
Contact While in the Defense
071-430-0004(SL3) Reorganize a Squad Following Enemy STP 21-24-SMCT
Contact While in the Defense
071-710-0006(SL1) Plan Use of Night Vision Devices STP 21-1-SMCT
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability
113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio STP 21-1-SMCT
181-105-2002(SL2) Conduct Combat Operations According to the STP 21-24-SMCT
Law of War
301-341-1801 PREPARE A SENSOR ACTIVATION SPOT STP 34-96R14-SM-TG
REPORT
STP 34-96R14-SM-TG-
PROPOS
301-341-1802 PREPARE SENSOR OPERATOR DATA STP 34-96R14-SM-TG
RECORD (SODR)
STP 34-96R14-SM-TG-
PROPOS
301-341-1803 PREPARE A SENSOR SKETCH MAP STP 34-96R14-SM-TG
STP 34-96R14-SM-TG-
PROPOS
301-341-2342 PREPARE A TERRAIN PROFILE FOR A STP 34-96R14-SM-TG
GROUND SURVEILLANCE MISSION
STP 34-96R14-SM-TG-
PROPOS
301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT
301-371-1052(SL1) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT
AND MATERIAL
441-091-2000(SL2) Defend Against Air Attack (Active) STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-0PFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENTS: 3 GSR SQDS THREE GSR SQD
TASK: Prepare Sensors Anti-Intrusion DT-561/GSQ, DT-562/GSQ, and DT-565/GSQ for Operation
(34-4-0005) (REMBASS). (STP 34-96R14-SM-TG).(TM 11-6350-220-12)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The remotely monitored battlefield sensor system team has received an operations order requiring the use of all types of sensors. The remotely monitored battlefield sensor system team must prepare and test the sensors using predetermined channels and identification codes. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Prepared and tested the DT-561/GSQ, DT-562/GSQ, and DT-565/GSQ sensors for a ground surveillance mission.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Refer to the preliminary sketch map to determine the following:

a.
Channels;

b.
Identification (ID) codes;

c.
Type of sensor needed;

d.
Number of sensors needed.

2. Perform pre-mission procedures.
a.
Ensure all sensor components are complete.

b.
Test the portable monitoring set.

3. Connect the cable to the code programmer.
a.
Ensure battery is installed.

b.
Ensure code programmer is off.

c.
Ensure the sensor is off...

d.
Connect the cable to the sensor.

4. Program the sensor.
a.
Turn code programmer on (BIT GO will be displayed).

b.
Push function (FUNC) button until battery condition (BTY COND) is

displayed. NOTE: If you have installed new batteries in the sensor, the batteries must be conditioned by pushing the enter (ENT) button. The display will count off 35 seconds and BTY GO should be displayed. If BTY NO-GO appears, repeat the procedures. If BTY NO-GO still appears, replace the battery. If second battery fails, notify organizational maintenance.
c.
Push the FUNC button until the appropriate sensor appears (HES seismic
acoustic, infrared passive, or magnetic).

d.
Push ENT for the type of sensor (transmitter (XMTR) will be displayed).

e.
Enter the three-digit transmit channel (ID 1 will be displayed). NOTE: The magnetic and infrared passive sensors use two ID codes. The first ID is the left and the second ID is the right. The seismic acoustic sensor uses only one ID code.

.f. Enter the 2 digit (left), ID code (01 through 63). NOTE: If using seismic acoustic sensor, do steps "g" and "h", then proceed to step "k". If using magnetic or infrared passive, perform all of the listed steps.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
g.
Push ENT button (GAIN-HI will be displayed).

h.
Push STEP button until desired gain appears (GAIN-HI, GAIN-MED, or
GAIN-LO will appear).

i.
Push ENT key (ID 2 will be displayed).

j.
Enter the 2-digit (right), ID code (01 through 63).

k.
Push ENT button (BTY LIFE will be displayed).

I.
Push the STEP button until the desired battery operating life appears (7.5
days, 15 days, 30 days or, end of life (EOL) will be displayed).

m.
Push the ENT button after the correct selection for BTY LIFE is displayed
(MODE-ARM will be displayed).

n.
Push STEP button until desired mode, ARM or test (TST) is displayed.

o.
Push ENT button after the correct mode appears (LOAD? will be displayed).

p.
Push LOAD (LD) button (LD GO should be displayed). The sensor has

accepted all programming and is loaded. NOTE: If LD NO-GO appears in step "p", repeat programming procedures. IF LD NO-GO appears the second time, notify organizational maintenance.
q.
Turn code programmer OFF. . .

r.
Disconnect code programmer cable from sensor.

s.
Install transducer and antenna on the sensor.

5. Test the sensors.
a.
Turn portable monitoring set to ON. . •

b.
Select the same channel on the portable monitoring set, as the transmit
channel for the sensor.

c.
Turn the sensor switch to ON.

d.
Stimulate the sensor's transducer while observing the portable monitoring

set. NOTE: After about five seconds the portable monitoring set should display the ID codes for the appropriate sensor. If the portable monitoring set does not display the ID code of the sensor, check the connections of the antennas and transducers on the
sensor. If no display appears the second time, reprogram the sensor. If still no display, turn the sensor into organizational maintenance. ..e. Turn sensor and portable.monitoring set OFF.
f. Disconnect antenna and transducer from the sensor and stow in the
accessory bag.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number. Task Title. References
301-341-1704 REPLACE BATTERY BA 5598 STP 34-96R14-SM-TG
STP 34-96R14-SM-TG-
PROPOS

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key
locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENTS: 3 GSR SQDS THREE GSR SQD
TASK: Employ the Anti-Intrusion DT-561/GSQ, DT-562/GSQ, and DT-565/GSQ Sensors (34-4-0006) (REMBASS). (STP 34-96R14-SM-TG)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The remotely monitored battlefield sensor system team has preprogrammed all required sensors for the surveillance mission. The team has arrived at the designated area to implant the equipment. Certain soil or other environmental conditions may preclude effective use of the sensors or cause the enemy to easily locate sensor positions, requiring leaders to use alternative means of employment. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Implanted, tested, and camouflaged anti-intrusion DT-561/GSQ, DT-562/GSQ, and DT-565/GSQ sensors.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Prepare sensors for use.
a.
Connect the transducer cable to sensors.

b.
Connect the whip antenna and antenna base to the sensor. Use no more

than two antenna cables, if remoting the antenna system. NOTE: To extend the transmission range, use the radials with the whip antenna, elevating the antenna as high as possible (for example, up a tree or pole).
c. Dig holes for sensors, if necessary. NOTE: If the transducer cable must be extended to the target area, dig a trench and another hole to place the cable and transducer in. Place the sensor in the hole. .
2. Perform sensor operational checks.
a.
Turn the portable monitoring setto TEST. Verify the correct display, then
turn the portable monitoring set to ON.

b.
Set the frequency select switches to the sensor channel.

c.
Turn the sensor switch to ON, stimulate the sensor's transducer, and
observe the portable monitoring set.

d.
Verify the correct display on the portable monitoring set. NOTE: If the portable monitoring set display is not activated, reprogram the sensor. If still no activations on the portable monitoring set, replace the battery and reprogram the sensor..If still no display, replace with another sensor and turn the inoperative sensor into maintenance upon completion of the mission.

3. Bury sensor case and ensure the following: NOTE: Once sensors have been turned on, if the sensors are programmed in the ARM mode, the following must be completed in five minutes or less to prevent the sensor's anti-tampering device from activating.
a. DT-561/GSQ (MAG) - The transducer should be buried near the road or
expected path of travel with the arrow perpendicular to the avenue of
approach. Avoid placing any equipment directly in the travel lane. Bury the
sensor case, transducer, and cable ensuring the wire whip antenna and
microphone are completely exposed above the surface of the ground. Pack
the soil tightly around the equipment to prevent movement.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO
b.
DT-562/GSQ (S/A) - The transducer should be buried six to 12 inches deep near the road or expected path of travel. Bury the sensor case, transducer, and cable ensuring the wire whip antenna and microphone are completely exposed above the surface of the ground. Pack the soil tightly around the equipment to prevent movement.

c.
DT-565/GSQ (IP) - The transducer should be completely exposed above the surface. Ensure the transducer has line of sight to the target area. Use the screw mount to attach the transducer to a fence post, tree trunk, or other stationary object. If you cannot find a natural stationary object, use the tripod. Aim the transducer at a point below the horizon with a stable background. Avoid aiming the transducer into reflective objects (for example, windows or puddles). Bury the sensor case and transducer cable ensuring the wire whip antenna and microphone are completely exposed above the surface of the ground. Pack the soil tightly around the equipment to prevent movement.

d.
Conceal implant areas using available camouflage.

e.
Remove all footprints.

f.
Annotate sensor locations, identification, and channel sketch map.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
052-191-1362(SL1) CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT STP 21-1-SMCT 071-326-0503(SL 1) Move Over, Through, or Around Obstacles STP 21-1-SMCT
(Except Minefields) 071-326-0510(SL1) React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted STP 21-1-SMCT 071-326-0511(SL1) React to Flares STP 21-1-SMCT 071-326-3002(SL 1) React to Indirect Fire While Mounted STP 21-1-SMCT 071-329-1006(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Dismounted 071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT 071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Mounted 071-331-0815(SL1) Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline STP 21-1-SMCT 071-410-0002(SL1) React to Direct Fire While Mounted STP 21-1-SMCT 101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability 113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio STP 21-1-SMCT 181-105-2002(SL2) Conduct Combat Operations According to the STP 21-24-SMCT
Law of War 441-091-2000(SL2) Defend Against Air Attack (Active) STP 21-24-SMCT 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT
NO-GO
TOTAL
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-0PFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENTS: THREE GSR SQD 3 GSR SQDS
TASK: Recover the Sensors (Remotely Monitored Battlefield Sensor System (REMBASS)) (34-4-0014) (REMBASS)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The remotely monitored battlefield sensor system team has been informed by the brigade S2 that anti-intrusion sensors are no longer needed for surveillance and must be recovered for subsequent missions. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Recovered and disarmed the anti-intrusion sensors. Recorded and reported deficiencies. Ensured the equipment is combat ready.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Recover the anti-intrusion sensors.
a.
Refer to the sketch map for the location of the anti-intrusion sensors.

b.
Use a military map to navigate to the location of the anti-intrusion sensors.

c.
Recover the anti-intrusion sensors by digging them up or removing the
camouflage.

d.
Turn the anti-intrusion sensors MODE switch to OFF.

e.
Disconnect the antenna cable from the anti-intrusion sensors.

f.
Fold the anti-intrusion sensors antenna and stow.

g.
Coil all cables and stow.

h.
Remove the batteries and stow.

i.
Replace the protective caps.

j.
Return to the supported unit with all equipment.

2. Perform operational maintenance on the equipment.
..a. Record all deficiencies on the specified department of the army form.

b. Ensure all deficiencies are reported and repaired to ensure the equipment is
combat ready for the next mission.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References

071-329-1006(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Dismounted 071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT 071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Mounted
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SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-0PFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-0PFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
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TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENTS: THREE GSR SQD 3 GSR SQDS
TASK: Establish the Radar Site (GSR) (34-5-0003) (FM 34-80)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3 4.
5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDERILEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The ground surveillance radar team has arrived at the general radar site location designated by the supporting unit commander or S2. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Prepared the site, enabling ground surveillance radar teams to conduct search with radar over the assigned sector according to the platoon operations order or fragmentary order.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Conduct map reconnaissance of the area of operation.

a.
Locate the general site assigned by the supported unit.

b.
Locate all the target areas.

c.
Analyze the terrain to determine possible specific site employment.

*
2. Select specific radar site. The team leader selects primary, alternate, and supplementary sites by conducting ground reconnaissance of the general location..Consider the following factors:

a.
Permit maximum coverage of the target areas. (line of sight to the target
areas);

b.
Permit maximum absorption of radar beams outside of the target areas.
(main and side lobes);

c.
Access to routes for lateral, forward, and rearward movement;

d.
Lines of communication (for wire or radio) to the supported unit;

e.
Availability of cover and concealment;

f.
Coordinate with adjacent units.

*
3. Select the specific site that will allow mission requirements to be met.

4.
Establish security and hasty fighting position.

5.
Select where the radar set will be and clear the vegetation from the field of scan,

6.
Select the remote position (only when control indicator is to be remoted from
receiver/transmitter).

7.
Install AN/PPS-5 or AN/PPS-15 radar set.

a.
Install the AN/PPS-5 radar set within 10 minutes or the AN/PPS-15 radar
set within 5 minutes.

b.
Orient AN/PPS-5 radar set to within 10 mils or AN/PPS-15 to within 20 mils.

8.
Perform operator and crew adjustments.

9.
Complete radar site preparations.

a.
Prepare accurate surveillance cards and plotter.

b.
Prepare radar site overlay.

c.
Continue to improve field fortifications and camouflage...

d.
Coordinate security and defense plans with controlling and adjacent units.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number. Task Title References

052-191-1361(SL1) CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR STP 21-1-SMCT
INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT 071-326-0513(SL1) Select Temporary Fighting Positions STP 21-1-SMCT 071-326-5775(SL4) Coordinate with an Adjacent Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT 071-332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT 071-720-0015(SL3) Conduct an Area Reconnaissance by a STP 21-24-SMCT
Platoon
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
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TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
ELEMENTS: THREE GSR SOD 3 GSR SODS
TASK: Conduct Search with Radar (34-5-0004) (TM 11-5840-298-12).(FM 34-80)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER1LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The radar squad is assigned a sector of scan that covers the assigned area of operations. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Located and correctly identified targets.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Search for enemy activity.. .
a.
Search for enemy activity on avenues of approach with terrestrial
surveillance detecting 80 percent of targets and point monitoring detecting
90 percent of targets.

b.
Search possible enemy positions.

c.
Search assembly areas.

2. Observe point targets for enemy movement.
a.
Observe bridges.

b.
Observe road junctions.

c.
Observe defiles.

d.
Observe other likely targets.

3.
Scan final protective fire areas of preplanned barrage location to ensure timely
firing.

4.
Confirm targets developed by other surveillance means.

a.
Confirm targets from remotely monitored battlefield sensor system.

b.
Confirm operation post reported targets.

c.
Confirm targets from miscellaneous sources.

5.
Extend surveillance capabilities of patrol by surveying distant points.

6.
Help in the control of units, especially night operations.

a.
Locate friendly units.

b.
Vector patrols.

c.
Warn units of enemy activity.

7. Assist in daytime observations when applicable.
a.
Detect targets in haze or smoke.

b.
Detect targets masked by bright sun.

..8. Increase the effectiveness of fire support by accurately locating targets.
a.
Determine the rate and direction of movement of a target.

b.
Plot original target location to within 100 meters.

c.
Plot new target location to within 100 meters.

d.
Plot direction of movement within 100 mils.

9. Survey target areas immediately after friendly fires are lifted.
a. Detect any enemy activity.
. .
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
b. Determine effectiveness of fires.
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
052-191-1361(SL1) CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR STP 21-1-SMCT
INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT 052-191-1362(SL1) CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT STP 21-1-SMCT 071-326-3013(SL3) CONDUCT A TACTICAL ROAD MARCH STP 21-24-SMCT 071-326-5805(SL3) Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission STP 21-24-SMCT 071-329-1006(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Dismounted 071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Mounted 071-331-0815(SL1) Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline STP 21-1-SMCT 071-710-0006(SL1) Plan Use of Night Vision Devices STP 21-1-SMCT 071-720-0015( SL3) Conduct an Area Reconnaissance by a STP 21-24-SMCT
Platoon 181-101-4001(SL4) Conduct a Search/Seizure STP 21-24-SMCT 191-380-0109(SL4) PLAN PATROL ACTIVITIES STP 21-24-SMCT 301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Riak Mgt Process 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT 850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Electronic Warfare (34-OPFOR-1012)
CONDITION: OPFOR employs collection and direction finding assets (ground and air), to monitor and locate enemy forces.
STANDARD: The positions of enemy command, intelligence, and logistics units were located. The locations of the positions were forwarded to OPFOR headquarters. Jamming signals were used against enemy radio receivers. Enemy radio nets were monitored and all information of intelligence value was reported to OPFOR HQ.
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TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons.
Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy
movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
ELEMENTS: THREE GSR SQD 3 GSR SQDS
TASK: Prepare the Repeater for Operation (34-4-0009) (REMBASS). (STP 34-96R14-SM -TG)
ITERATION:. 1.2 3 4.
5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The remotely monitored battlefield sensor system team reviews the supported unit mission plan; a terrain profile of the surveillance area is prepared; and there is no radio line of sight from the sensor antennas to the sensor monitoring set or portable monitoring set. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The repeater was operational after the batteries were installed, operational codes were set into the programmer, codes were loaded into the repeater, and the repeater was tested for operation.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Install the battery.
a.
Set repeater MODE switch to OFF.

b.
Release four outer case latches.

c.
Remove repeater cover.

d.
Release four inner battery compartment cover latches.

e.
Remove battery compartment cover latches.

f.
Ensure the alternating current or direct current connector is clean.

g.
Ensure the battery connector is clean. NOTE: Install the required number of batteries A and B first to ensure battery compartment cover fits properly; then C, D, E, and F, if needed.

h.
Put battery compartment cover on and latch.

i.
Put rear cover on and latch.

2. Connect the code programmer.
a.
Set programmer MODE switch to OFF.

b.
Ensure the repeater MODE switch is OFF.

c.
Connect cable to code programmer and repeater.

3. Program and load the repeater.
a.
Turn programmer MODE switch ON (BIT GO will be displayed).

b.
Push FUNC button (CHK DSP will be displayed).

c.
Push FUNC button again (BTY COND will be displayed). NOTE: If you installed new batteries in the repeater, the batteries must be conditioned by pushing the ENT button; the display will count off 35 seconds and BTY GO should be displayed. If you do not want to condition the batteries, push the FUNC button (XMTR will be displayed). If BTY NO-GO appears, repeat procedure. IF BTY NO-GO still appears, replace battery. .If batteries fail, refer to organizational maintenance.

d.
Continue to push FUNC button until repeater (RPTR) is displayed.

e.
Push ENT once RPTR is displayed (BTY COND will be displayed).

f.
Push the number buttons to program the appropriate transmitting channel
(3 digits) to be received by the sensor monitoring set, PMS, or another like
repeater. Once the appropriate channel is displayed, push the ENT button
(RCVR will be displayed).

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
g. Push the number buttons to program the appropriate receiving channel (3
digits) to be received from the sensors or another like repeater. Once the
appropriate channel is displayed, push the ENT button (ARM will be
displayed).

NOTE: The transmitter and receiver channels will never be the same.
h. Push ENT to ARM the repeater (anti-tampering device will be activated).
BTY LIFE will be displayed OR push STEP to display TEST. Push ENT if
you want the repeater in the TEST mode (anti-tampering device will not be
activated) (BTY LIFE will be displayed).

NOTE: The repeaters MODE switch must be set to the appropriate selection (ON/TEST or ARM), depending on the program mode.
i.
To program the BTY LIFE, push the STEP button 1 to 4 times (one of the
following will be displayed: 7.5 days, 15 days, 30 days or end of life (EOL)
until the battery has only 10 volts or less).

j.
Push ENT once the desired BTY LIFE .is displayed (LOAD? will be
displayed).

k.
Push the LOAD button (LD GO should be displayed). NOTE: If LD NO-GO is displayed after pushing the LOAD button, repeat task steps 2 & 3 above. If LD NO-GO is displayed a second time, replace the batteries and repeat task steps 1-3 above. If LD NO-GO is displayed a third time, turn the repeater into higher echelon maintenance for repair.

I.
Turn the code programmer OFF.

m.
Disconnect the code programmer cable from the repeater.

4. Test the repeater.
a.
Connect the antenna cable to the repeater.

b.
Connect the antenna to the antenna mount on the repeater.

5. Perform the self-test and pre-mission test for the portable monitoring set R-2016
to ensure it is operational.

a.
Turn the portable monitoring set MODE switch to ON.

b.
Select the same channel on the portable monitoring set as the transmit
channel for the repeater.

c.
Set MODE switch on the repeater to ON/TEST (after about 5 seconds, the

portable monitoring set should display 64/1). NOTE: 64/1 display verifies the repeater is operational on the transmit channel. The repeater will continue to send this message every 84 minutes.
d. Turn preprogrammed sensor MODE switch to ON and observe the portable
monitoring set display for the sensors ID codes. NOTE: The appropriate ID codes verify the repeater is operational on the receiver and transmitting channels.
e. Turn the sensor and repeater MODE switches to OFF.
6. Prepare equipment to go to the emplacement site.
a.
Disassemble the repeater and sensor and stow all components.

b.
Replace all protective caps on the sensor and repeater.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability
301-341-1709 EMPLOY REPEATER RT-1175(*) STP 34-96R14-SM-TG
STP 34-96R14-SM-TG-
PROPOS
301-341-1710 REPLACE BATTERY BA 5590/U AND STP 34-96R14-SM-TG
POWER SUPPLY PP 8080
STP 34-96R14-SM-TG-
PROPOS
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key

locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies

was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate
of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-0PFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy

facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on

designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and
enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)

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CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-0PFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENTS: THREE GSR SOD 3 GSR SQDS
TASK: Emplace the Repeater for Operation (34-4-0010) (REMBASS). (STP 34-96R14-SM-TG)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The repeater is emplaced and armed during the time of implant. The remotely monitored battlefield sensor system team has reviewed the supported unit mission plan. A terrain profile determined that radio line of sight could not be established from the sensor string or field to the sensor monitoring set or portable monitoring set monitor site, and a repeater is required. The repeater is preprogrammed and loaded. Certain soil or other environmental conditions may preclude effective use of the sensors or cause the enemy to easily locate sensor positions, requiring leaders to use alternative means of employment. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Emplaced and armed the repeater for surveillance operations.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Select a site to emplace the repeater.

a.
Ensure the antenna is clear for radio line of sight transmissions and
reception.

b.
Ensure the site is well drained and free of water.

c.
Ensure the soil is soft enough to bury the repeater, if necessary.

d.
Avoid buildings or massive objects that may interfere with repeater
operations.

e.
Erect camouflage if required.

2. Use antenna mast method for installing the antenna.
a.
Ensure the site selected for the tripod is reasonably flat (not more than 10
percent from vertical).

b.
Ensure the soil is soft enough to drive in the ground stakes.

c.
Secure the mast with guide wires if necessary (high winds of 70 mph or
more).

d.
Anchor the tripod, mast, or cables with sandbags if necessary.

e.
Ensure the antenna is free of all other cables and power lines. NOTE: The antenna can also be mounted on the repeater case or remoted to another location (up a tree, on a telephone pole, or in another suitable location).

3. Arm the repeater.
a.
Turn the repeater MODE switch to ARM.

b.
Turn the portable monitoring set on, select the appropriate channel, and

observe the display for 64/1. NOTE: To avoid a false alarm or disarming of the repeater, complete the next step within five minutes.
c.
Bury the repeater and antenna cables, packing the soil tightly around the
repeater or camouflage as necessary.

d.
Ensure the antenna is completely exposed above the surface of the ground.

e.
Annotate the location of the repeater on the sketch map.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
052-191-1362(SL1) CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT STP 21-1-SMCT
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability
301-341-1709 EMPLOY REPEATER RT-1175(*) STP 34-96R14-SM-TG
STP 34-96R14-SM-TG-
PROPOS
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key

locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies

was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate
of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy

facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on

designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and
enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements.

Aircraft .is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.

DODDOA 019320
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on
a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned
tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All
personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribea time. The collected intelligence data
satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENTS: THREE GSR SQD 3 GSR SQDS
TASK: Recover the Repeater (34-4-0011) (REMBASS). (STP 34-96R14-SM-TG)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3 4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDERILEADER ASSESSMENT: P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The remotely monitored battlefield sensor system team has been informed by the supported commander or S2, the string or field is no longer needed for surveillance and the repeater must be recovered for subsequent missions. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Recovered and disarmed the repeater. Recorded and reported deficiencies. Ensured equipment was combat ready.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Recover the repeater.
a.
Refer to the sketch map for the location of the repeater.

b.
Use a military map to navigate to the location of the repeater.

c.
Recover the repeater by digging it up or removing the camouflage.

d.
Turn the repeater MODE switch to OFF.

e.
Disconnect the antenna cable from the repeater. NOTE: If the antenna mast was used, collapse the mast, disassemble, and stow.

f.
Fold the repeater antenna and stow.

g.
Coil all cables and stow.

h.
Remove batteries and stow.

i.
Replace protective caps.

j.
Return to supported unit with all equipment.

2. Perform operator maintenance on equipment.
a.
Record all deficiencies on DA Form 2404.

b.
Ensure all deficiencies are reported and repaired to ensure equipment is
combat ready for the next mission.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS ''GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References 071-329-1006(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Dismounted
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT
071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT

Another Point While Mounted
DODDOA 019322
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
071-331-0815(SL1) Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline STP 21-1-SMCT
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability
301-341-1709 EMPLOY REPEATER RT-1175(*) STP 34-96R14-SM-TG
STP 34-96R14-SM-TG-
PROPOS
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
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STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wourded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENTS: THREE GSR SOD 3 GSR SODS
TASK: Emplace Antenna Group 0E-239 (34-4-0008) (FM 34-10-1). (STP 34-96R14-SM-TG) (TM 11-5820-867-12)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The remotely monitored battlefield sensor system team has completed programming all sensors, repeaters, and the sensor monitoring set in accordance with the mission plan. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Prepared, emplaced, and displaced the 0E-239 antenna group in accordance with the monitoring site and mission plan.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Assemble the antenna group on the ground.
a.
Install battery in the antenna coupler.

b.
Connect the radio frequency amplifier to the antenna connector.

c.
Place antenna bracket on mast.

d.
Connect the 200 foot coaxial cable to the radio frequency amplifier.

e.
Slide antenna into the antenna bracket.

f.
Loop the 200 foot coaxial cable through the eye of keeper.

2. Assemble antenna mast.
NOTE: Be sure to raise the mast and antenna only in areas free of electrical power lines.
a.
Locate suitable site; optimum conditions for selecting site are fairly level
ground and a clear area of at least 50 ft x 50 ft.

b.
Drive mast base assembly through plate.

c.
Anchor plate with stake.

d.
Install five lower mast sections on the mast base.

e.
Install five upper mast sections.

f.
Attach radio frequency amplifier, antenna, and 200 foot coaxial cable
assembly to top of mast.

g.
Place four stakes 25 feet from base assembly.

h.
Attach free ends of guy assemblies to appropriate stakes.

i.
Attach remaining guy assemblies at full loose adjustment and begin raising
mast by walking it up, top to bottom.

j.
Drive grounding rod into ground and attach braided grounding cable from
grounding rod to sensor monitoring set.

k.
Connect free end of 200 foot coaxial cable to antenna coupler.

I.
Attach 20 foot cable from coupler to the sensor monitoring set.

3. Displace antenna group.
a.
Ensure antenna coupler power switch is OFF.

b.
Disconnect coaxial cable from antenna coupler and sensor monitoring set.

c.
Disconnect ground cable and remove grounding rod.

d.
Install protective caps on all antenna coupler connections. .

e.
Lower antenna group mast by detaching left and right guy assemblies; then
with the two remaining guy assemblies, lower mast by walking it down,
bottom to top.

f.
Remove 200 foot coaxial cable.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
g.
Remove antenna and radio frequency amplifier from bracket.

h.
Disconnect 200 foot coaxial cable from radio frequency amplifier.

i.
Disconnect radio frequency amplifier from antenna.

j.
Disassemble mast and pack in transit bag.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS ''GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References

301-341-1836 EMPLOY ANTENNA GROUP 0E-239 STP 34-96R14-SM-TG
STP 34-96R14-SM-TG-
PROPOS 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT Risk Mgt Process 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy
facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
5 - 100
DODDOA 019326
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All •
personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data
satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENTS: THREE GSR SOD 3 GSR SODS
TASK: Operate the Portable Monitoring Set R-2016 (34-4-0012)
.
(REMBASS). (STP 34-96R14-SM-TG) (TM 11-5820-870-12)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.(Circle)
COMMANDERILEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The remotely monitored battlefield sensor system team has received its' mission from the supported unit commander or S2, and is preparing their equipment for the mission. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Performed preventive maintenance checks and services, to ensure the portable monitoring set verified that the sensors and repeaters were transmitting correctly when emplaced.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Ensure the portable monitoring set is operational.

a.
Install the battery. NOTE: If using a new battery in the portable monitoring set, condition the battery in a sensor before installing.

b.
Perform self-test.

(1)
Turn MODE switch to TEST.

(2)
Verify display and listen for the alarm. If necessary, turn alarm volume

and display light fully clockwise and listen for the alarm again. NOTE: If alarm does not sound for about 1/2 second every six seconds or if test pattern is not visible on the display, turn the MODE switch to OFF, replace battery. .If alarm or display does not activate after second battery, turn-in to organizational maintenance.
c. Install the antenna. NOTES: Check to ensure the antenna adapter and portable monitoring set antenna jack mate securely without binding. If antenna or antenna connector is damaged or defective, notify organizational maintenance.
2. Perform pre-mission test.
a.
Turn the portable monitoring set MODE switch to OFF.

b.
Program a sensor to channel 300.

c.
Turn the code programmer off, disconnect the code programmer cable from
the sensor, and connect all sensor components.

d.
Set the channel select switch on the portable monitoring set to channel 300
and turn the MODE switch to ON.

e.
Turn the sensor MODE switch to ON.

f.
Stimulate the transducer and observe the portable monitoring set display.

g.
Verify the correct display (identification code) on the portable monitoring
set.

h.
Turn the sensor MODE switch to OFF and disconnect the transducer.

i.
Connect the code programmer cable to the sensor.

j.
Turn the code programmer ON and reprogram the sensor to channel 002
using the same identification code from step 2b.

k.
Disconnect the code programmer cable from the sensor.

I.
Connect the transducer to the sensor.

m.
Set the channel select switches on the portable monitoring set to channel

002.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
n.
Turn the sensor MODE switch to ON.

o.
Stimulate the transducer and observe the portable monitoring set display.

p.
Verify the correct display (identification code) on the portable monitoring
set.

q.
Turn the sensor MODE switch to OFF and disconnect the transducer.

r.
Connect the code programmer cable to the sensor.

s.
Turn the code programmer ON and reprogram the sensor to channel 598
using the same identification code from step 2b.

t.
Disconnect the code programmer cable from the sensor.

u.
Connect the transducer to the sensor.

v.
Set the channel select switches on the portable monitoring set to channel

598.
w.
Turn the sensor MODE switch to ON.

x.
Stimulate the transducer and observe the portable monitoring set display.

y.
Verify the correct display (identification code) on the portable monitoring
set.

z.
Turn the sensor MODE switch to OFF.

aa. Turn portable monitoring set MODE switch to OFF. NOTE: If all the above checks were completed, the portable monitoring set is operational and can be used to check sensors and repeaters during the time of implant for missions.
ab. Continue to program and check all other required equipment for the
mission.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT and Services (PMCS) 101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT cleanliness, and serviceability 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT Risk Mgt Process 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
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ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key
locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies
was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate
of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy
facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy_ equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew. on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarter.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENTS: THREE GSR SQD 3 GSR SQDS
TASK: Operate Code Programmer, C-10434/GSQ (34-4-0013) (REMBASS). (STP 34-96R14-SM-TG).(TM 11-6350-288-12)
ITERATION:. 1.2 3 4.
5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The remotely monitored battlefield sensor system team is preparing to conduct a ground surveillance mission that requires multiple sensor strings. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Programmed the sensors and repeaters in accordance with the supported unit commander or S2 mission plan.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Prepare the sensors in accordance with the mission plan, using the code
programmer.

a.
Determine type of sensor to be programmed (infrared passive, magnetic,
seismic acoustic, or repeater).

b.
Set the sensor MODE switch to OFF.

c.
Set the code programmer switch to OFF.

d.
Connect cable W1 to sensor (infrared passive, magnetic, seismic acoustic,
or repeater) jack J1 and to code programmer jack J1.

2. Program the sensor.
a.
Turn the code programmer switch to ON and BIT GO will appear.

b.
Push FUNC key and CHK DSP will appear.

c.
Push ENT key and verify the display as illustrated in the technical manual.

d.
Push FUNC key and BTY COND will appear. NOTE: Battery conditioning should be performed on only NEW or LOW batteries.

e.
Push FUNC key until the type of equipment being programmed appears.

f.
Push ENT for the desired type of equipment (sensors or repeater).

g.
Depress ENT key, XMTR appears. NOTE: The following frequencies are not used for transmitting or receiving in the remotely monitored battlefield sensor system: 208, 211, 267, 342, 354, 354; an operator error (OP ERR) message will appear if these codes are entered.

h.
Enter preassigned transmitter channel code, 001 through 599.

i.
When the correct channel appears, push the ENT key. NOTE: ID 1 will appear if programming a sensor. If programming the repeater, RCVR will appear.

j.
Enter the 2-digit identification code. Depress ENT when the correct code

appears. NOTES: If programming a counter-indicator type sensor (infrared passive or magnetic), a second identification code (ID 2) will appear and must be entered as in above. If programming the seismic acoustic sensor, GAIN will appear and the operator must select HI, MED, or LO.
k.
Depress ENT key.

I.
Depress step key until desired BTY operating life appears. NOTE: One of the following may be selected: 7.5, 15, 30, EOL.

m.
Depress ENT key.

n.
Depress STEP key if test mode is wanted.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
NOTE: Ensure when placing the sensor or repeater in ARM mode, the equipment is
in the desired location, due to the anti-tamper mechanism.

o.
Depress ENT once the desired mode appears. LOAD? will appear.

p.
Depress LOAD key, LD GO should appear.
NOTE: If LD NO-GO appears, repeat programming procedures. If LD NO-GO
appears again, replace the battery. If LD NO-GO reappears after replacing the
battery, notify organizational maintenance.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001( SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key
locations have been identified.

STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies
was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate
of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.

TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy
facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.

STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on
designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and
enemy personnel were killed.

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TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENT: ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ
TASK: Emplace the Analysis and Control Element (ACE) (ACR) (34-6-2031) (FM 34-25-3). (FM 21-26). (FM 34-1) (FM 34-35). (FM 34-8)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Given an operational communications control set, a baseline all source analysis system, and an all source analysis system-remote workstation. The analysis and control element has been prepared for displacement and a new site has been approved. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The analysis and control element was operational in four hours and communications were established with the military intelligence company, higher, subordinate, and adjacent units.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1.
Emplace the analysis and control element at the approved site by setting up all
vans, processors, and support equipment and ensuring they are operational.

2.
Establish internal analysis and control element communications.

a.
"Talk" Mode all source terminal to all source terminal.

b.
"Talk" Mode single source terminal to single source terminal.

c.
"Talk" Mode all source analysis system-remote workstation to all source
analysis system-remote workstation.

d.
Use the communications control set to establish the interface between
dissimilar systems, i.e., all source analysis system-remote workstation, all
source terminal, single source terminal, mobile subscriber
equipment/tactical packet network.

*
3. Coordinate with the regimental signal officer to establish external communications on the mobile subscriber equipment link.

a.
Establish the telephone switchboard (SB-3614A) (optional).

b.
Establish the TA-838 telephone for point-to-point communications with the:
(optional)

(1)
all source terminal system supervisor

(2)
single source terminal system supervisor

(3)
Subordinate squadron S2s

c.
Establish intra-enclave communications via analyst mail over the local area
network.

d.
Establish extra-enclave communications via all source terminal/single
source terminal communications control sets using the generic gateway
protocol.

e.
Establish very high frequency communications via the:

(1)
Single channel ground and airborne radio system;

(2)
Digital communications terminal (AN/PSC-2)

f.
Establish ultra high frequency communications with forward sensors to
include the:

(1)
ARC-164 Radio;

(2)
Tactical intelligence generation and evaluation relay (if available);

(3)
Mobile integrated tactical terminal;

(4)
GOLDWING or improved high frequency radio (if available);

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
(5) Synthesized ultra high frequency computer controlled equipment sub
system radio. (A tactical exploitation of national capabilities radio which
may not be available)

4. Establish satellite communications links with authorized organizations and
agencies. Systems supporting this effort include the:

a*. TROJAN SPIRIT (joint worldwide information communications system or
the warfighter's associate workstation);

b.
Mobile integrated tactical terminal;

c.
Single channel tactical satellite radio;

5.
Establish the joint tactical terminal for interconnectivity with the corps'
intermediate processing facility.

6.
The team establishes ground station module for interface with the joint
surveillance target attack radar system.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References 113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio STP 21-1-SMCT 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
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STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-0PFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
ELEMENT: ALL SOURCE INTEL SEC
TASK: Establish an Operational All Source Analysis System (ASAS) After a Move (34-4-0601)
(FM 34-1). (FM 21-26). (FM 34-10)
(FM 34-25). (FM 34-35). (FM 34-40-3)
(FM 34-8). (FM 34-80)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The maneuver unit has received the corps operations order. The G2 main and tactical command post or analysis and control team have moved tactically to the vicinity of the new site, which has been established per the unit standing operating procedures. All source analysis system elements have completed the move safely and within given time limits. All deferred maintenance on automation and communications equipment has been completed. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The all source analysis system was unloaded and set up in its operational configuration within four hours. Set up was considered complete when more than one user could sign-on to each local area network cluster and the compartmented all source analysis system message processing system was sufficiently operational to establish and test its minimum essential set of linkages, ensuring connectivity between remote work station and higher/adjacent/lower all source analysis system systems.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Configure the All Source Analysis System (ASAS) and become operational. Note: This task applies to ASAS personnel working in the G2 Tactical Operations Center (TOC) in a division, regimental S2 Section in an armored cavalry regiment, as well as those operating in the analysis and control team of a Direct Support MI Company. Elements within the G2 section may be configured differently and use different ASAS systems. Communication interfaces between the special compartmented information ASAS in the analysis and control element and the collateral remote work station in the TOC(s) and the analysis and control team are provided by the communications control set. Both ASAS-RWS, Version 1 and Version 3 may be deployed and the operator should be aware not all these systems may be fully compatible nor possess the same tools.
a.
Identify the new site on the map and consider mission, equipment, terrain,
troops - time and ASAS-unique communications connectivity requirements.

b.
Plan for operational continuity and recovery procedures for the loss of
contact with current operations when either the analysis and control
element or analysis and control team and their supporting ASAS systems
are required to move.

2. Establish the essential set of tactical communications.
a.
Analysis and control element to subordinate analysis and control teams.

b.
G2 to adjacent, higher, or subordinate TOCs and/or army battle command
systems subsystems.

c.
TOC to the battlefield command vehicle.

d.
Analysis and control team to supported brigade remote work station/TOC
local area network or subordinate battalion ASAS subsystems (if
applicable).

3. Establish remainder of capabilities.
a. Establish remainder of communications links.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
b. Prioritize maintenance actions and perform preventive maintenance checks
and services.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
Task Number
071-326-5502(SL2) 071-326-5503(SL2) 071-329-1019(SL2) 071-329-1030(SL1)
091-CLT-4029(SL2)
101-92Y-0006(SL2)
113-637-2001(SL1) 301-371-1000(SL1) 850-001-2000(SL2)
850-001-3001(SL3)
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Title
Issue a Fragmentary Order Issue a Warning Order Use a Map Overlay Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability Communicate via a Tactical Radio REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process Control Mission Safety Hazard
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS
..
34-4-0600 Prepare the All Source Analysis System ARTEP 34-113-11-MTP (ASAS) for Redeployment ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP ARTEP 34-144-30-MTP ARTEP 34-353-30-MTP ARTEP 34-355-MTP ARTEP 34-357-30-MTP ARTEP 34-387-30-MTP ARTEP 34-388-30-MTP ARTEP 34-393-30-MTP ARTEP 34-396-30-MTP ARTEP 34-407-30-MTP
34-4-0603 Prepare the All Source Analysis System ARTEP 34-143-30-MTP Remote Workstation (ASAS-RWS) for Redeployment ARTEP 34-143-31-MTP ARTEP 34-397-30-MTP ARTEP 34-397-32-MTP
..
Task Number Task Title
5 M TOTAL
References STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT
References
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-0PFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENT: ALL SOURCE INTEL SEC
TASK: Conduct All Source Analysis System (ASAS) Operations (34-4-0602) (FM 34-130). (FM 3-0). (FM 19-30) (FM 21-26). (FM 34-1). (FM 34-10) (FM 34-2). (FM 34-25). (FM 34-3) (FM 34-35). (FM 34-40-3). (FM 34-54) (FM 34-8). (FM 34-80)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS:. The all source analysis system (single source, all source, and remote work station variants), and it's associated communications network is employed and operational in a tactically survivable secure setting. all source analysis system is part of the multi-echelon system of systems used by both higher and subordinate elements. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Identified high value targets and high payoff targets and provided lists within required suspense times (see unit tactical standing operatihg procedures). Generated a report to satisfy each priority intelligence requirements within unit standing operating procedures suspenses after event recognition. Reported the enemy disposition, to the greatest degree possible, in an enemy situation report at the end of each 12-hour period.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Provide command and control of the G2 tactical operations center or Analysis
and Control Team (ACT) operations. Note: This task will apply to All Source Analysis System (ASAS) teams located in the divisional and regimental tactical operations centers or brigade ACTs.
a. Synchronization.
(1)
Facilitate intra-G2 tactical operations center/ACT communications.

(2)
Set G2 tactical operations center/ACT mission priorities based on the commander's guidance.

(3)
Obtain/recommend/synchronize with maneuver priority intelligence
requirements.

(4)
Estimate time/standards (reports, databases, etc.).

(5)
Ensure communications are established and maintained. ..

(6)
Review intelligence products for accuracy and timeliness.

b.
Maintain awareness of friendly situation.

(1)
Obtain/maintain/disseminate friendly graphics.

(2)
Communicate intent and impact to the G2/S2.

(3)
Obtain/disseminate the front line trace.

c.
Establish and maintain communications.

(1)
Operate in accordance with the organic standing operating
procedures.

(2)
Provide communications/frequency deconfliction and Internet protocol.

(3)
Provide intelligence and electronic warfare communications.

(4)
Track communications status (conduct loop-back testing to determine the location of communications failures).

(5)
Work alternate channels as required.

(6)
Run/maintain communications terminals.

(7)
Plan, monitor, and maintain set of "R" routers.

(8)
Work formats (training input).

..
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
(9)
Track accomplishment of each message (dissemination).

(10)
Prioritize for establishing/degrading operations circuits.

d.
Validate Analysis and Control Element (ACE) requirements.

(1)
Validate non-standing operating procedure requirements.

(2)
Prioritize.

(3)
Track completion of tasks.

e.
Sustainment.

(1)
Maintain priorities.

(2)
Maintain soldier fill priorities.

(3)
Maintain maintenance status.

(4)
Maintain training status (M1/Operator Skills).

(5)
Maintain internal ACE/ACT logistics (Class I, Ill, V, etc.).

(6)
Coordinate with supported elements for support.

f.
Operations support.

(1)
Maintain security.

(2)
Maintain safety.

(3)
Provide system configuration.

(4)
Provide manning/position priorities.

(5)
Provide command and control of set up/tear down.

(6)
Coordinate with the special security officer for tactical sensitive
compartmented information facility requirements as needed.

(7)
Establish deployment planning priorities IAW the time-phased force
and deployment list.

(8)
Provide ACE/supporting military intelligence unit coordination with
other brigade staff.

(9)
Set message release authority priorities.

2. Conduct intelligence preparation of the battlefield and provide products to the staff and subordinate commands.
a.
Analyze the mission to establish initial database requirements in terms of
enemy, geographical, and climatological information needs.

b.
Coordinate with ACE for initial collection requirements to fill database gaps.

c.
Determine area of interest and area of operations in coordination with the
G2/S2 & G3/S3 plans.

(1)
Area of operations based on mission, equipment, terrain, troops-time
and civilian considerations and forward line of troops.

(2)
Area of interest based on mission, equipment, terrain, troops-time and
civilian considerations and commander's concept of operations.

(3)
Analyze current/future requirements.

(4)
Area of operations or contingency.

(5)
Analyze to define/recommend area of interest.

d.
Refine priority intelligence requirements and information requests as
needed..

e.
Describe the battlefield's effects.

(1)
Coordinate with weather/terrain teams.

(2)
Develop terrain sub-factor overlays, combined obstacle overlays, and
mobility analysis in coordination with the engineer terrain team via the
digital topographic support system when available.

(
a) Develop the terrain database.

(
b) Analyze the terrain factor overlays.

(
c) Develop the modified combined obstacle overlay (some units may use modified combined obstacle overlays developed by the engineer terrain team).

(
d) Identify avenues of approach.

(
e) Analyze avenues of approach.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
( f) Develop avenues of approach overlays.
(3) Analyze weather factors and develop weather overlays in coordination
with the Air Force weather team via the integrated meteorological
system when available.
( a) Develop weather factor analysis.
( b) Develop weather critical values.
( c) Develop the weather database.
( d) Develop weather factor overlays. .
( e) Determine the impact of weather on terrain operations.
(4) Show the impact on enemy and friendly operations.
(5) Perform the intelligence preparation of the battlefield process using the
products issued by the terrain team which include identified avenues of
approach, mobility corridors target areas of interest, named areas of
interest, battle positions, and others.
(6) Determine other characteristics of the battlefield that could effect
operations through the identification of:
( a) Demographic, political, and socioeconomic factors;
( b) Infrastructures (transportation, telecommunications, etc.).
f. Evaluate the threat.
(1) Review existing doctrine and order of battle.
(2) Produce doctrinal templates.
(3) Identify unknowns.
(4) Request information from higher level to satisfy unknowns.
(5) Input to high value targets and high payoff targets.
g. Determine threat courses of action.
(1) Determine threat courses of action to blue operations.
(2) Input to the intelligence and electronic warfare synchronization matrix.
(3) Include all enemy battlefield operating systems.
(4) Develop multi-source indicators (current/future). h. Reporting. •
(1) Pass to the S2 Section for dissemination.
(2) Pass to analysis.
3. Perform analysis (ASAS).
a. Identify gaps/requirements.
(1) Identify key priority intelligence requirements/high payoff targets
resolutions.
( a) Priority intelligence requirements resolution should include the
specific requirement and latest time information is of value.
( b) High payoff targets resolution should be tied to the target
selection standards and attack guidance matrix.
(2) Notify the ACE/ACT chief (develop specifics).
(3) Perform manual correlation.
(4) Build event alarms to include both single source and multi-source
alarms.
(5) Respond to priority intelligence requirements and requests for
information.
(6) Identify unit, activity, and equipment.
(7) Provide data for force protection to include the integration of HUMINT
sources.
(8) Provide predictive intelligence based on current situation.
(9) Provide longer-term battle damage assessment that indicates
remaining threat capabilities and current or emerging threat
vulnerabilities.
(10) Provide reportable information to the G2/S2 and fire support officer.

..
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
(11)
Build databases. Assist ACT in deconflicting ACE/ACT database
holdings.

b.
Situation development.

(1)
Template/develop enemy courses of action.

(2)
Maintain the situation map.

(3)
Maintain adjacent and higher friendly operations.

(4)
Produce indicators/event templates.

(
a) Include predicted threat decision points.

(
b) Include all threat actions relative to friendly decision points, priority intelligence requirements and high payoff targets.

(5)
Participate in war gaming/planning.

(6)
Maintain enemy courses of action.

(
a) Maintain current enemy courses of action.

(
b) Develop possible future enemy courses of action .

c.
Perform database management.

(1)
Load initial database information.

(2)
Define the area of operations.

(3)
Set alarms/queries.

(4)
Update/edit/purge (as required).

d.
Provide intelligence support to force protection.

(1)
Provide threat collection capabilities in intelligence preparation of the
battlefield (current/future).

(2)
Identify friendly weakness' and vulnerabilities.

(3)
Recommend counter-reconnaissance, intelligence, surveillance, target
acquisition actions.

(
a) Counter-reconnaissance, intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition actions plan must be based upon threat signatures and friendly capabilities.

(
b) Identify requirements requiring external or higher assistance.

(
c) Determine the impact of failure to counter threat capabilities.

(4)
Provide intelligence support to electronic attack and electronic
protection.

e.
Reporting.

(1)
Respond to requests for information.

(2)
Provide input to high value targets and high payoff targets.

(3)
Provide input to battle damage assessment.

(4)
Provide situation report to subordinate/higher.

(5)
Provide tactical warnings.

(6)
Execute message release authority as required/authorized.

(7)
Base reporting on prioritized requirements.

4. Provide support to collection management (The mission management and asset management (technical control) portions of collection management will be performed by the echelon ACE).
a.
Develop, coordinate, and recommend priority intelligence
requirements/information requirements in consonance with the commander
and G3 in support of preparation of the collection plan.

b.
Perform the requirements management portion of the collection
management process with the S2 Section.

(1)
Participate in war games.

(2)
Disseminate information requirements.

(3)
Assist collection manager in processing requirements from
higher/adjacent/subordinate units. Include validation, also implies
structured query language/query development.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
(4)
Receive, modify, and coordinate/exchange the intelligence and
electronic warfare collection plan developed by the ACE collection
management section. This includes the capability to coordinate
collection requirements with other staff elements and update as
appropriate.

c.
Support to mission management.

(1)
. Forward unit capabilities status, to include maneuver units, non-military
intelligence collection systems, etc. to collection manager.

(2)
Assist in developing the intelligence synchronization matrix and
friendly scheme of maneuver. Receive, update, and
coordinate/exchange an automated intelligence and electronic warfare
synchronization matrix developed by the ACE collection management
section. This includes the capability to coordinate/merge the
intelligence and electronic warfare battlefield forward area collection
activities with the maneuver battlefield forward area concept of
operations.

(3)
Forward subordinate priority intelligence requirements to collection
manager.

5. Provide support to targeting. Receive, store, create, edit, and exchange the following targeting information/products to perform its overall target development/coordination functions:
a.
Protected target list;

b.
Taboo, restricted, and guarded frequency Lists;

c.
High value targets/high payoff targets lists;

d.
Target selection standards;

e.
Attack guidance matrix;

f.
Target spread sheets;

g.
Target sheets;

h.
Fire support, electronic warfare, information operations, and intelligence
annexes of the operations order.

6. Dissemination.
a. Identify/track required reports.
(1)
Outgoing: log acknowledgments/non-acknowledgments.

(2)
Identify primary, secondary, and tertiary communications for each type
of product (standard).

(3)
Monitor status of collateral-level intelligence related communications.

(4)
Build data authentication groups, address indicator groups, plain
language address databases, routers, and message profiles.
(Communications address groups)

b.
Quality control/format.

(1)
Check classification and structure of each message.

(2)
Input training shortcomings.

c.
Maintain incoming/outgoing message journal.

d.
Identify and track internal/external distribution/routing.

(1)
Set tables.

(2)
Track distribution/routing.

e.
Execute message release authority.

(1)
Coordinate with ACE main.

(2)
Execute release priorities.

f.
Identify and track nonstandard distribution.

7. Execute interface between ASAS-RWS-ACE, ASAS-RWS/army battle command system and other ASAS-RWS terminals.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
a. Conduct external database coordination with ASAS-RWS and the ACE all source element.
(1)
Identify external user requirements.

(2)
Establish external database coordination criteria.

(3)
Perform manual Message release authority operations.

b.
Perform ASAS army battle command system automated message function.

c.
Generate and respond to requests for information as needed.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
Task Number
113-600-2001(SL1) 113-637-2001(SL1) 301-371-1000(SL1) 850-001-2000(SL2)
850-001-3001(SL3)
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS ' Task Title
Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone Communicate via a Tactical Radio REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process Control Mission Safety Hazard
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS
. .
Task Number Task Title
. .
34-4-0600 Prepare the All Source Analysis System (ASAS) for Redeployment
34-4-0603 Prepare the All Source Analysis System Remote Workstation (ASAS-RWS) for Redeployment
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS 5 M TOTAL
References STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT
References
ARTEP 34-113-11-MTP
ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP ARTEP 34-144-30-MTP ARTEP 34-353-30-MTP ARTEP 34-355-MTP ARTEP 34-357-30-MTP ARTEP 34-387-30-MTP ARTEP 34-388-30-MTP ARTEP 34-393-30-MTP ARTEP 34-396-30-MTP ARTEP 34-407-30-MTP ARTEP 34-143-30-MTP
ARTEP 34-143-31-MTP ARTEP 34-397-30-MTP ARTEP 34-397-32-MTP TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical
Weapons (34-0PFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons.
Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies
and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy
movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Conduct Electronic Warfare (34-OPFOR-1012)
CONDITION: OPFOR employs collection and direction finding assets (ground and air), to monitor and locate enemy forces.
STANDARD: The positions of enemy command, intelligence, and logistics units were located. The locations of the positions were forwarded to OPFOR headquarters. Jamming signals were used against enemy radio receivers. Enemy radio nets were monitored- and all information of intelligence value was reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENT: ALL SOURCE INTEL SEC
TASK: Prepare the All Source Analysis System (ASAS) for Redeployment (34-4-0600)
(FM 34-8). (FM 21-26). (FM 34-1)
(FM 34-10). (FM 34-2). (FM 34-25)
(FM 34-3). (FM 34-35). (FM 34-80)
.. ITERATION:. 1 2.3.4.5 M.(Circle)
.. COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: T.P.U (Circle)
CONDITIONS: The division has received the corps operations order. In response, the plans to redeploy the all source analysis system, in conjunction with the remainder of the analysis and control element at the analysis and control element forward/TAC-1 or at the analysis and control team, must be generated. Some iterations of this task should be perrormed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Completeness of planning, for the next tactical move, is rated on a percent of the planning factors in paragraphs 1 through 2g below. These elements comprise 100 percent of the all source analysis system-unique requirements considered. At least seventy (70) percent must have been considered in the first iteration and ninety (90) percent in any follow-on iteration. (Though a planned move of 20-60 km at 20 km per hour may have occurred, conduct of an actual road march was not required since it did not train any unique all source analysis system subtasks or procedures.)
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO•GO
*
1. Plan All Source Analysis System (ASAS) set up in a projected site location. Note: This task applies to all ASAS teams in the analysis and control element found in divisions and armored cavalry regiments as well as in the analysis and control team of the Direct Support (DS) MI Companies.

a.
Identify projected location on map, considering mission, equipment, terrain,
troops - time available and ASAS-unique communications connectivity
requirements.

b.
Plan for operational continuity and recovery procedures for the loss of
contact with current operations while ASAS relocates.

*
2. Plan success of the move. (Consider the following in any plan.)

a.
Deferred maintenance and preventive maintenance.

b.
Availability of spares and repair parts.

c.
Inventory of ASAS System.

d.
Brief personnel on mission and details.

e.
Load plans vs. march order and emplacement order.

f.
Requirements for primary and alternate communications paths and
associated crypto/keying material to support data exchanges.

g.
Priority of effort (e.g., power, shelter, communications, etc.).

3. Reconfigure ASAS for split-based operations/continuity of operations if
applicable.

a.
Set ASAS tables via SysAd.

b.
Reconfigure local area network.

4. Conduct tear down procedures.
a.
Backup files and databases prior to redeployment.

b.
Disconnect ASAS power cords and communications cables.

c.
Conduct preventive maintenance checks and services on ASAS,
uninterrupted power source, peripheral devices, and cables.

ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
d.
Remove HDD from high capacity unit/Ultrahigh Capacity Unit.

e.
Inventory ASAS components.

f.
Pack ASAS line replaceable units and cables in transit cases.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED •
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References

071-326-3013(SL3) CONDUCT A TACTICAL ROAD MARCH STP 21-24-SMCT 071-326-5502(SL2) Issue a Fragmentary Order STP 21-24-SMCT 071-326-5503(SL2) Issue a Warning Order STP 21-24-SMCT 071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT 071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Mounted 091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT and Services (PMCS) 101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT cleanliness, and serviceability 301-371-1052(SL1) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT AND MATERIAL 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT Risk Mgt Process 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-0PFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
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STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENTS: ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ
ALL SOURCE INTEL SEC
SATELLITE COMMO TM

TASK: Prepare the AN/TSQ-190 (V) Trojan Spirit for Deployment (34-4-1200) (FM 34-10). (FM 34-1)
..ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The communications central team supporting the analysis and control element, received an operations order, requiring deployment. Hazards such as nuclear, biological, or chemical environment, limited visibility, night, inclement weather and opposing force may exist. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Departed with all necessary equipment and supplies as specified by the operations order and the unit tactical standing operating procedures.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Plan for deployment.

a.
Receive the order to prepare for deployment.

b.
Sign for communications security equipment.

c.
Check preventive maintenance checks and services.

d.
Conduct a final check of the load plan.

e.
Ensure all sensitive items are secure.

f.
Receive circuit information.

2. Prepare for deployment.
a. Perform preventive maintenance checks and services on the AN/TSQ-190
(V)
and prime mover.

b.
Perform preventive maintenance checks on the spare equipment and
mobile antenna platform.

c.
Install all communications security equipment.

d.
Tighten any loose connectors.

e.
Load deployable classes of supply and equipment in accordance with
standardized load plans.

f.
Load all camouflage and camouflage support systems (when applicable).

g.
Load any additional equipment into the support vehicle (when applicable).

h.
Load the basic issue items kit into the prime mover.

i.
Load the basic issue items kit into the support vehicle.

3. Conduct the move to the assembly point.
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/'NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
071-326-3013(SL3) CONDUCT A TACTICAL ROAD MARCH STP 21-24-SMCT
071-326-5502(SL2) Issue a Fragmentary Order STP 21-24-SMCT
071-326-5503(SL2) Issue a Warning Order STP 21-24-SMCT
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT
071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Mounted
071-710-0006(SL1) Plan Use of Night Vision Devices STP 21-1-SMCT
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability
113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio STP 21-1-SMCT
551-721-1352 PERFORM VEHICLE PREVENTIVE STP 21-1-SMCT
MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES
(PMCS)
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and
equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENTS: SATELLITE COMMO TM ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ
TASK: Establish the Operational Site (Trojan Spirit) (34-4-1201) (FM 34-10). (FM 34-1)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The communications central team supporting the analysis and control element will set up their equipment. Hazards such as a nuclear, biological, or chemical environment, limited visibility, night, inclement weather and opposing force may exist. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The communications central team arrived at the operational location by the time specified in the operations order and was operational within 30 minutes without use of camouflage.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Select the specific communications central team site. The site will:

a.
Be relatively level and allow for vehicle movement;

b.
Have no overhead obstructions;

c.
Consist of at least a 10 x 10 meter area;

d.
Be able to support the weight of two vehicles, Mobile Antenna Platform
(MAP), and allow proper grounding (address soil classification);

e.
Permit line of sight communications with other deployed elements;

f.
Have at least two routes of egress from opposing force elements.

• 2. Confirm site location through the on-board global positioning system.
3.
Position the support vehicle within 10 meters of the communications central team
set-up.

4.
Prepare AN/TSC 190 (V) for operations.

a.
Level MAP while observing indicators on stabilizer arms.

b.
Install MAP.

c.
Ground all equipment and primary heavy shelter.

d.
Connect electrical cables to MAP.

e.
Connect signal cables to MAP.

f.
Power up the tunnel generator.

g.
Verify main circuit breaker, on primary heavy shelter power entry panel, is in
the tunnel generator position.

h.
Verify the tunnel generator indicates 60 degrees.

i.
Ensure the voltage indicates 115 volts.

j.
Ensure amperes indicates 60 (Sixty).

k.
Set MAIN circuit breaker to ON.

I.
Verify primary heavy shelter power entry panel green OK indicator is
illuminated. Red VOLT, PHASE, and FREQUENCY indicators are off.

m.
(AT MAP) Set circuits to ON in sequences; MAIN, CONVENIENCE,
LNA/WG, SSPA?LIGHT

n.
Position antenna dish at initial 5 degrees.

o.
Pull pin set in engage position, set to approximate position of satellite.

5. Conduct preparations of the primary heavy shelter for operations.
a. Emplace ladder to rear of shelter.
ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
b.
Turn on MAIN POWER, and TECH POWER.

c.
Monitor voltage, current, and frequency being supplied to the system.

d.
Turn on the global positioning system.

e.
Remove green U link patch from patch.

f.
Turn on equipment in sequence.

6.
Power up analyst workstation.

7.
Power up equipment in the red process racks.

8.
Configure primary heavy shelter auxiliary.

a.
Install the dome antenna.

b.
Install the commander's tactical terminal hybrid receive only line of sight
antenna.

c.
Configure the digital subscriber voice terminal.

d.
Configure and load KY-68.

e.
Configure 3251 modems (if applicable).

f.
Configure 2510 modems (if applicable).

g.
Configure DNE 9030T printer.

h.
Configure CPC 5000 Notebook.

9. Set up the red processing equipment.
a.
Program DPMUX 2048AT 16 Multiplexer.

b.
Load and configure the KIV-7.

c.
Program the TSP 9100A Fax.

d.
Configure KY 68 (digital subscriber voice terminal).

10. Set up the radio frequency/satellite communications.
a.
Configure the HP-8562A spectrum analyzer.

b.
Configure up/down converters.

c.
Set up and configure satellite communications modem.

d.
Configure the antenna control unit.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"— indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References

052-191-1362(SL 1) CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT STP 21-1-SMCT 071-326-3013(SL3) CONDUCT A TACTICAL ROAD MARCH STP 21-24-SMCT 071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT 071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Mounted 091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT and Services (PMCS) 101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT cleanliness, and serviceability
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Terrorist and Saboteur Attacks (34-OPFOR-1013)
CONDITION: OPFOR dispatches small team(s) into enemy rear area to disrupt support operations.
STANDARD: Rear support bases and command and control facilities were located. Rear area support operations were delayed and disrupted. Rear area bases were infiltrated to conduct sabotage and terrorist activities. Supplies and equipment were destroyed and casualties were inflicted.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
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STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines. ,
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
ELEMENTS: ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ SATELLITE COMMO TM
TASK: Prepare the ANfTSQ-190 (V) for Operation (Trojan Spirit) (34-4-1202) (FM 34-10). (FM 34-1)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The communications central team, supporting the analysis and control element, has established an operational site. Hazards such as a nuclear, biological, or chemical environment, night and limited visibility problems, inclement weather, and opposing force may exist. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Prepared all equipment and became operational within 30 minutes.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES - GO NO-GO
1. Prepare the ANTI-SO-190(V) for operation.
a.
Acquire the satellite.

b.
Communicate with SPACENET and fine tune signal.

c.
Communicate with Ft. Belvoir for crypto link.

d.
Monitor the mobile antenna platform/satellite tracking equipment.

e.
Monitor the transmit/receive carrier signal level.

2. Prepare the primary heavy shelter equipment for operation.
a.
Operate the UNIX workstation.

b.
Operate the digital voice compression telephone.

c.
Operate the 9100A facsimile.

d.
Operate the HP 1200/PS printer.

3. Connect external connections.
a.
Configure the remote workstation.

b.
Configure the remote notebook computer.

c.
Configure the red sensitive compartmented information external subscriber.

d.
Configure the black external subscriber.

e.
Configure the red collateral external subscriber.

f.
Configure the black collateral subscriber.

g.
Configure the ultra high frequency satellite communications system.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilitiei, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-0PFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided.. Ail personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data
satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
ELEMENT: INTEL PROCESSING TM
TASK: Establish the Common Ground Station (CGS) Site (34-5-0050)
(FM 34-10). (FM 34-10-2). (FM 34-25)
(FM 34-25-1). (FM 34-25-1A). (FM 34-40-3)

(FM 34-40-9). (FM 34-80)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle) .
CONDITIONS: The common ground station team is deployed in support of tactical operations. Hazards such as a nuclear, biological, or chemical environment, limited visibility, night, inclement weather, and opposing force may exist. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The common ground station team arrived at its new location by the time specified in the operations order. The site was operational, without camouflage, within the commander's time requirements. The common ground station team performed preventive maintenance checks and services identifying and reporting all deficiencies. (Camouflage setup is dependent upon time available prior to start of mission but should be completed within one hour.)
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
* 1. The team chief and NCOIC perform site selection in accordance with standards
established by the commander, tactical standing operating procedures, and
technical manual.

2. Setup the system.
a. Emplace generator.
(1)
Install leveling legs.

(2)
Drop trailer 3rd wheel.

(3)
Set trailer brakes.
. (4) Remove trailer chains. ..

(5)
Unhook towing pindle.

(6)
Raise trailer 3rd wheel.

(7)
Signal "OK" to driver when clear.

b.
Remain in trucks.

(1)
Set both emergency brakes.

(2)
Depress both foot brakes.

c.
Emplace support trailer.

(1)
Install leveling legs.

(2)
Drop trailer 3rd wheel.

(3)
Remove trailer chains.

(4)
Unhook towing pindle.

1
1
(5)
Raise trailer 3rd wheel.

(6)
Signal "OK" to driver when clear.

3. Emplace trucks.
a.
Drive to pre-selected site.

b.
Park on level ground.

c.
Set emergency brake.

d.
Turn off engine and lights.

e.
Place chock blocks under the tires.

4. Once the chock has been placed under the tires the following team actions will
be performed:

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
a. Prepare generator for operation. (1) Level generators. (2) Remove grounding equipment. (3) Remove fuel cans/fire extinguisher. .(4) Ground both generators. b. Prepare trucks for operations. (1) Remove/install ladders. (2) Remove grounding equipment. (3) Remove air conditioner covers. (4) Install antennas. (5) Ground both trucks. (6) Give "OK" signal after both are grounded. c. Prepare support element equipment. (1) Remove surveillance control data link antenna from the carrying case. (2) Take carrying case to support truck. (3) Lower the mast assembly. (4) Install the surveillance control data link antenna. (5) Install the surveillance control data link cable to the antenna and mission truck.
(6) Raise the mast. d. Connect and operate the generator. (1) Take both power cables to trucks, connect power cables, then give "OK" signal. (2) After giving the "OK" signal, start both generators in accordance with the technical manual.
(3) Toggle close/open circuit to closed. e. Power up the mission shelter. (1) After power is applied, power up the mission shelter in accordance with the technical manual. (2) Turn on/initialize mission equipment in accordance with the technical manual.
f. Power up support shelter. (1) Power up the support shelter (at the support truck) in accordance with the technical manual.
(2) Install the surveillance control data link power cable. (3) Toggle the extend/retract mast control to extend. (4) Extend the mast as needed.
5. Camouflage the site.
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS: NONE

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical
Weapons (34-0PFOR-1001)

CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons.
Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.

STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies
• and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into-predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Attack (34-OPFOR-1010)
CONDITION: Enemy rear area support base has been located. PIR's and other intelligence requirements have been obtained by OPFOR patrols. Element has automatic and anti-armor weapons, and light mortars. Element is approximately the size of two platoons.
STANDARD: An attack plan was developed. An attack was initiated using a scheme of maneuver that exploited enemy flanks, gaps, and weaknesses. Covered and concealed routes were used to approach enemy areas. Employed indirect fire to support attack. Penetrated enemy defenses. Destroyed equipment and supplies, inflicted casualties, isolated the support base, and blocked reinforcements. The enemy unit was forced to displace.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy
facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.

STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Terrorist and Saboteur Attacks (34-OPFOR-1013)
CONDITION: OPFOR dispatches small team(s) into enemy rear area to disrupt support operations.
STANDARD: Rear support bases and command and control facilities were located. Rear area support
operations were delayed and disrupted. Rear area bases were infiltrated to conduct sabotage and
terrorist activities. Supplies and equipment were destroyed and casualties were inflicted.

TASK: Disrupt Friendly Defensive Operations (34-OPFOR-1014)
CONDITION: Friendly forces are establishing local defensive positions and obstacles. OPFOR element receives orders to harass and disrupt these efforts. OPFOR has offensive air support and NBC weapons available.
STANDARD: OPFOR element located and penetrated friendly positions and caused a halt or disruption in work being completed on defenses.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007) CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and
storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The
enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were
reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key
locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. MoVement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data . satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
TASK: Maintain Contact (34-0PFOR-1011)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is tactically engaged with enemy base defense forces. Enemy forces are withdrawing under pressure.
STANDARD: The enemy forces were engaged decisively. As the enemy withdrew, the unit or force advanced maintaining contact.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
ELEMENT: INTEL PROCESSING TM
TASK: Conduct Common Ground Station (CGS) Pre-Mission Activities (34-5-0051) (FM 34-80). (FM 34-10). (FM 34-10-2) (FM 34-25-1). (FM 34-25-1A). (FM 34-40-3) (FM 34-8)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The common ground station is operational. The common ground station team has received a pre-mission briefing from the supported commander on the area of interest and has been provided secure communication codes. The team is prepared to provide imagery information to the tactical commander through use of common ground station hardware and software. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The common ground station team prepared all equipment with secure codes, operating parameters, and frequencies to support the mission. The team established a data link.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Enter all frequencies, call signs, HOPSETS, and crypto for the following:
a. VRC-92A.
(1)
command net.

(2)
Common ground stations:

(
a) Next higher headquarters

(
b) Sister headquarters

(
c) Next lower headquarters

(
d) Resupply, maintenance

(
e) Fire support officer

(
f) Intelnet

(
g) Air Force liaison officer

b.
VRC-83:

(1)
Word of the day

(2)
Call signs

(3)
Frequencies

c.
Joint surveillance target attack radar system:

(1)
KGV-8 crypto
..(2) Orbit 1

(3)
Orbit 2

(4)
GRCA

(5)
Time

(6)
Call signs

d.
Secure data up-link:

(1)
Fixed frequency or spectrum shift

(2)
Down-link

(3)
Fixed frequency or spectrum shift

(4)
Ground data terminal address

(5)
Time constant

(6)
Short code

(7)
Long code

e.
AFATDS - complete entire panel set.

f.
All source analysis system-remote work station - complete entire panel set.

g.
Satellite communications - complete entire panel set:

ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
(1)
PRC-140

(2)
KG-84

(3)
TROJAN Spirit

(4)
Commanders tactical terminal

(5)
Unmanned aerial vehicle

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
113-573-8006 USE AN AUTOMATED SIGNAL OPERATION STP 21-24-SMCT INSTRUCTION (SOI) 113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio STP 21-1-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Electronic Warfare (34-OPFOR-1012)
CONDITION: OPFOR employs collection and direction finding assets (ground and air), to monitor and locate enemy forces.
STANDARD: The positions of enemy command, intelligence, and logistics units were located. The locations of the positions were forwarded to OPFOR headquarters. Jamming signals were used against enemy radio receivers. Enemy radio nets were monitored and all information of intelligence value was reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)..
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-0PFOR-1007)
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CONDITION: OPFOR HO requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
ELEMENT: INTEL PROCESSING TM
TASK: Conduct Common Ground Station (CGS) Mission Activities (34-5-0052)

(FM 34-25-1). (FM 34-10). (FM 34-10-2)
(FM 34-25-1A). (FM 34-40-3). (FM 34-8)
(FM 34-80)

ITERATION:. 1.2.3 4.
5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The common ground station is operational. The common ground station team has received a premission briefing from the supported commander on the area of interest. The team is prepared to provide imagery information to the tactical commander through use of common ground station hardware and software. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Combat information, which supported priority intelligence requirements, was transmitted to appropriate units and agencies in near real time.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Request radar service.
a.
Select proper radar service request to receive necessary imagery.

b.
Fill in radar service request, giving all required data.

c.
Send request via data link.

d.
Receive approval/disapproval message from aircraft.

2. Perform target tracking procedures.
a.
Select target in proper priority order.

b.
Fill out description of target and assign priority according to mission brief guidance.

c.
Complete a size box obtaining and recording strength, length, width, direction of travel, and speed.

d.
Make target predictions as necessary.

e.
Set event alarms.

f.
Establish fences, watchdogs, and other parameters.

3. Receive and display unmanned aerial vehicle imagery.
a.
Record unmanned aerial vehicle imagery.

b.
Correlate unmanned aerial vehicle imagery with all other imagery and information received.

4. Receive signals intelligence data through the commander's tactical terminal and DB2I exchange.
a.
Display and store signals intelligence as tactical reports.

b.
Correlate signals intelligence data with all other data collected.

5.
Communicate target information through use of proper reports.

6.
Receive requests for information from AFATDS and all source analysis system.

a.
Record incoming requests for information from supported commander.

b.
Respond to requests for information within given time limits.

7. Maintain communications with the mission aircraft.
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number. Task Title. References

113-637-2001(SL1).Communicate via a Tactical Radio.STP 21-1-SMCT 301-371-1052(SL1).PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION.STP 21-1-SMCT AND MATERIAL
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Electronic Warfare (34-OPFOR-1012)
CONDITION: OPFOR employs collection and direction finding assets (ground and air), to monitor and locate enemy forces.
STANDARD: The positions of enemy command, intelligence, and logistics units were located. The locations of the positions were forwarded to OPFOR headquarters. Jamming signals were used against enemy radio receivers. Enemy radio nets were monitored and all information of intelligence value was reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Attack (34-0PFOR-1010)
CONDITION: Enemy rear area support base has been located. PIR's and other intelligence requirements have been obtained by OPFOR patrols. Element has automatic and anti-armor weapons, and light mortars. Element is approximately the size of two platoons.
STANDARD: An attack plan was developed. An attack was initiated using a scheme of maneuver that exploited enemy flanks, gaps, and weaknesses. Covered and concealed routes were used to approach enemy areas. Employed indirect fire to support attack. Penetrated enemy defenses. Destroyed equipment and supplies, inflicted casualties, isolated the support base, and blocked reinforcements. The enemy unit was forced to displace.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
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TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Maintain Contact (34-0PFOR-1011)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is tactically engaged with enemy base defense forces. Enemy forces are withdrawing under pressure.
STANDARD: The enemy forces were engaged decisively. As the enemy withdrew, the unit or force advanced maintaining contact.
ELEMENT: INTEL PROCESSING TM
TASK: Conduct Common Ground Station (CGS) Post-Mission Activities (34-5-0053) (FM 34-10) (FM 34-10-2) (FM 34-25-1) (FM 34-25-1A)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3 4.
5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The common ground station team is deployed in support of tactical operations. The mission is complete. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Reviewed all work assignments to ensure there were no outstanding tasks and completed a post-mission analysis of the stored data. An end of mission report was completed and forwarded, all secure codes/data were cleared as appropriate.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Begin post-mission analysis.
a.
Analyze imagery collected during the mission.

b.
Compare new mission imagery with past mission imagery.

c.
Note any radical changes in movement patterns in current and past
missions.

d.
Report all noted changes to the supported commander.

e.
Save or purge information on database.

f.
Complete end of mission report and pass on to supported commander.

2.
Clear all parameters and codes (commanders tactical terminal hybrid receive
only and ground data terminal).

3.
Enter quit panel and log off (record time of shut down in system log).

4.
Clear digital codes from the following equipment:

a.
TACFIRE KY-57 and VOICE

b.
All source analysis system KY-68

c.
Ground data terminal

5.
Clear all KG-84 frequencies.

6.
Clear all radio frequencies.

7.
Notify commander that mission is complete.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number. Task Title. References

301-371-1052(SL1).PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION .STP 21-1-SMCT AND MATERIAL
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-0PFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
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ELEMENT: INTEL PROCESSING TM
TASK: Prepare the Common Ground Station (CGS) for Redeployment (34-5-0054) (FM 34-80). (FM 34-10). (FM 34-10-2) (FM 34-25-1). (FM 34-25-1A)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The common ground station has been ordered to redeploy. The common ground station team completes mission operations and begins post-mission operations. TM 11-5865-322-10-1 is available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The common ground station team completed 3II teardown procedures and was ready for redeployment in accordance with time lines issued by the commander.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1.
Remove and stow camouflage.

2.
Complete teardown procedures.

a. Mission shelter:
(1)
Press the System Shutdown button

(2)
Wait 120 seconds. Countdown

(3)
Power down mission equipment in accordance with the technical
manual

(4)
Turn OFF mission shelter in accordance with the technical manual

(5)
After power is turned OFF, give the okay signal to the generator team

(6)
Remove/store frequency modulated antennas

(7)
Store ultra high frequency antenna

(8)
Replace the air conditioner

b.
Support shelter:

(1)
Retract the mast assembly

(2)
Lower the mast assembly

(3)
Remove the surveillance and control data link cable

(4)
Store the surveillance and control data link cable

(5)
Remove the surveillance and control data link antenna

(6)
Raise the mast assembly

(7)
Power down the support shelter

(8)
Give the okay signal to the generator team

(9)
Replace the air conditioner cover

c.
Generator (AFTER RECEIVING THE "OK" SIGNALS!):

(1)
Toggle the close/open circuit to open

(2)
Turn OFF generators in accordance with the technical manual

(3)
Disconnect power cables from shelters

(4)
Store power cables.

d.
Mission shelter:

(1)
Remove/store grounding cables

(2)
Remove/ store grounding rods

(3)
Store slide hammer and ladder

(4)
Store chock

e.
Support shelter: Store ladder and chock.

f.
Generator:

(1)
Store grounding cables

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
(2)
Store grounding rods

(3)
Store slide hammer

(4)
Store fire extinguishers

(5)
Store fuel cans

g.
Mission shelter: Start ground guide instructions.

h.
Mission support: Start support truck.

i.
Generator: Ground guide trucks to generators.

j.
Mission shelter: Follow ground guide instructions.

k.
Mission support:.Follow ground guide instructions.

I.
Generator:

(1)
Hookup towing pintles to trucks

(2)
Connect trailer chains to trucks

(3)
Connect trailer lighting cables

(4)
Conduct lights check

(5)
Remove/store leveling legs.•

(6)
Release trailer brakes

3. Move out in accordance with the operations order.
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"'
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References

551-88N-0002(SL2) Prepare for Unit Movement STP 21-24-SMCT 551-88N-0003(SL4) Plan Unit Move STP 21-24-SMCT 551-88N-0004(SL3) Coordinate Unit Movement STP 21-24-SMCT 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT 850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Attack (34-OPFOR-1010)
CONDITION: Enemy rear area support base has been located. PIR's and other intelligence requirements have been obtained by OPFOR patrols. Element has automatic and anti-armor weapons, and light mortars. Element is approximately the size of two platoons.
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STANDARD: An attack plan was developed. An attack was initiated using a scheme of maneuver that exploited enemy flanks, gaps, and weaknesses. Covered and concealed routes were used to approach enemy areas. Employed indirect fire to support attack. Penetrated enemy defenses. Destroyed equipment and supplies, inflicted casualties, isolated the support base, and blocked reinforcements. The enemy unit was forced to displace.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy
facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-0PFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-0PFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009) CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on
a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
TASK: Maintain Contact (34-0PFOR-1011)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is tactically engaged with enemy base defense forces. Enemy forces are withdrawing under pressure.
STANDARD: The enemy forces were engaged decisively. As the enemy withdrew, the unit or force advanced maintaining contact.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
ELEMENT: ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ
TASK: Conduct Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB) (ACR) (34-6-2021) (FM 34-130). (FM 101-5) (FM 101-5-1) (FM 21-26). (FM 34-1) (FM 34-35) (FM 34-60). (FM 34-8) (FM 34-80)
ITERATION:. 1.2 .3.4.5.M.(Circle) .
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Given a deployed regimental S2 and analysis and control element; incoming all-source intelligence and information from higher, adjacent and subordinate elements; enemy order of battle; knowledge of threat doctrine; commander's initial planning guidance; refined data from the corps' terrain team and staff weather officer, a personal computer-based tactical local area network and the all source analysis system-remote workstation. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The regimental S2/analysis and control element conducted intelligence preparation of the battlefield that accurately defined the battlefield area, described the effects of weather and terrain on the battlefield, evaluated the threat, and provided supporting templates and reports that assisted the staff in determining courses of action and mission planning.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1.
Establish coordination with other staff elements in accordance with the unit
tactical standing operating procedures.

2.
Define the battlefield area.

a.
Coordinate with the corps terrain team or attached engineer unit for
engineer terrain analysis of the battle area.

b.
Identify the amount of detail required and feasible within the time available.

c.
Identify the limits of the regiment's Area of Operations (AO) and
battlespace.

d.
Establish the limits of the regiment's Area of Interest (Al).

e.
Evaluate existing databases to identify gaps in intelligence.

f.
Collect the required intelligence.

g.
Identify significant characteristics of the AO and Al.

3. Analyze and describe terrain and weather effects on friendly and enemy Courses
of action (COAs).

a. Conduct terrain analysis of the battlefield area and identify military aspects
of the terrain.

(1)
Determine observation and fields of fire in the AO and Al.

(2)
Identify areas of cover and concealment.

(3)
Identify obstacles.

(4)
Identify key terrain.

(5)
Identify and analyze enemy avenues of approach and mobility
corridors in the AO and Al. (For attack/counterattack forces these
should be tailored to a specific unit type: i.e., heavy, light, airborne
forces, etc.)

b.
Determine the military aspects of weather on military operations.

(1)
Coordinate with the corps staff weather officer.

(2)
Evaluate the effects of visibility within the AO and Al.

(3)
Evaluate the effects of wind.

(4)
Evaluate the effects of precipitation.

(5)
Evaluate the effects of cloud cover.

ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
(6)
Evaluate the effects of temperature and humidity.

c.
Determine other characteristics of the battlefield that could effect operations. This can be accomplished through identification of:

(1)
Demographic, political, and socioeconomic factors;

(2)
Infrastructures (transportation and telecommunications, etc.).

4.
Prepare a modified combined obstacle overlay.

5.
Create or update threat doctrine or patterns of operation to doctrinal templates.

a.
The analysis and control element describes threat tactics and options.

b.
The analysis and control element identifies those high value targets critical to the completion of the threat commander's mission.

c.
The analysis and control element identifies threat capabilities, vulnerabilities, COAs, supporting missions and other actions that can influence friendly operations.

d.
Develop situation templates (in accordance with FM 34-130), which graphically depict doctrinal threat dispositions, given terrain constraints in the AO and Al, should the threat adopt a particular COA.

e.
Develop event templates (in accordance with FM 34-130), which depict where and when to collect information, to indicate which COA the threat has adopted.

(1)
Develop new named areas of interest at specific points, routes, or areas within the AO and Al that can match natural terrain features, arbitrary features such as time phase lines, or engagement areas.

(2)
Develop an event matrix that provides details on the type of threat activity expected in each named areas of interest, when the named areas of interest is expected to be active, and its relationship to other battlefield events.

6. Identify the threat's likely objectives and desired end state beginning with the threat command one echelon above and repeating the process through two echelons below.
a. The S2/analysis and control element identifies and analyzes the full set of COAs available to the threat (in accordance with FM 34-130).
(1)
Analyze the feasibility of each threat COA in terms of time, space, resources, and the force ratios required to accomplish it's objective(s).

(2)
Identify the uniqueness and suitability of each threat COA.

(3)
Determine the acceptability of risk to threat forces for each COA.

(4)
Determine whether the COAs are consistent with threat doctrine.

b.
Develop each COA in the amount of detail time allows.

c.
Evaluate and prioritize each COA.

(1)
Determine the most dangerous threat COA.

(2)
Determine the most likely threat COA.

7.
Assist the battle staff in the production of the decision support template through the war gaming process and other intelligence preparation of the battlefield products already developed.

8.
Confirm or deny the existing estimate of the enemy's COA and update the estimate based on current intelligence, weather, and terrain data.

GO NO-GO

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number. Task Title References
01-9001.19-0002 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or STP 21-1I-MQS Equivalent Sized Organization STP 21-I-MQS 01-9007.01-0130 Write to Persuade a Decision Maker to STP 21-1I-MQS Choose a Course of Action STP 21-I-MQS
01-9007.01-0250 Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct STP 21-1I-MQS STP 21-I-MQS 01-9017.02-0002 Conduct a Battle Analysis STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-1-MQS 03-9001.10-0004 Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as STP 21-ll-MQS a Commander or Staff Officer STP 21-I-MQS 03-9001.12-0003 Communicate Effectively as a Commander or STP 21-11-MQS Staff Officer STP 21-I-MQS 03-9001.13-0001 Solve Problems Using the Military Problem STP 21-1I-MQS Solving Process
STP 21-1-MQS 071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT 071-332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-0PFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
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STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
ELEMENT: ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ
TASK: Produce Intelligence Products (ACR) (34-6-2022)
(FM 34-3). (FM 101-5) (FM 101-5-1)
(FM 34-130). (FM 34-35) (FM 34-60)
(FM 34-8)

ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Given the regiment is supported by corps intelligence collection assets and an initial entry intelligence package (in either digital or hard copy format). The all source analysis system-remote workstation is loaded with current intelligence databases. Some iterations of this task should be performed it MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The regimental S2 section and analysis and control element produced intelligence products that provided weather and terrain data, enemy order of battle, enemy capabilities and vulnerabilities, and accurately portrayed potential enemy courses of action.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Record incoming information and intelligence.
a. Maintain an intelligence journal (optional). At a minimum it should reflect:
(1)
An accurate and concise statement of the message, report, or event;

(2)
A notation as to the sender or individual making the report;

(3)
The time of receipt or dispatch and method of transmission;

(4)
Action actually taken (not intended). Note: Databases will be maintained on the all source analysis system-remote workstation. It is recommended, if the journal is maintained on the all source analysis system, periodic printouts be made in the event of a system failure or power outage. Hard copy backup of all estimates, annexes, and summaries should also be maintained.

b.
Fuse existing database information with incoming intelligence.

c.
Update intelligence databases.
d.. Use incoming reports to help identify gaps in intelligence coverage.

e.
Use the high payoff target list to identify combat information for immediate
dissemination.

f.
Synthesize intelligence to confirm or deny possible enemy courses of
action.

g.
Evaluate the current enemy situation.

h.
Develop an estimate of the current enemy situation and the most likely and
dangerous enemy courses of action.

2.
Provide timely intelligence support to targeting.

3.
Dynamically establish and terminate sensor-to-shooter links.

4.
Produce the intelligence annex to the regiment operations order in the format
below:

a.
Summary of the enemy situation.

b.
Priority intelligence requirements and information requirements.

c.
Intelligence acquisition tasks.
..(1) Orders to attached and subordinate units.

(2)
Requests to higher and adjacent units.

d.
Measures for handling personnel, documents, and material.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
(1 ) Enemy prisoners of war, deserters, repatriates, inhabitants, and other persons.
(2)
Captured documents.

(3)
Captured material and equipment.

e.
Counterintelligence.

f.
Miscellaneous instructions if required.

g.
Documents or equipment required. Note:.This paragraph is covered largely by the regimental tactical standing operating procedures. Many special operational instructions having Counterintelligence aspects are listed in the operations order or in other annexes. Certain instructions and procedures on the conduct of special personnel in the operation may require limited distribution on'a need-to-know basis; therefore, a special appendix may need to be prepared for a limited and specified number of addressees.

h.
Reports and distribution.

(1)
Period to be covered by routine reports and distribution.

(2)
Routine and special reports whose production differs from that of the tactical standing operating procedures. ..

(3)
Periodic or special conferences of intelligence officers.

(4)
Distribution of special intelligence studies, such as defense overprints, imagery intelligence reports, and electronic order of battle overlays.

(5)
Special intelligence liaison when indicated.

i.
Process and disseminate the intelligence annex.

(1)
Process input received from the tasked elements.

(2)
Review input and make appropriate changes.

(3)
Submit the intelligence annex to the S3 for incorporation into the
operations order.

(4)
Ensure units are tasked to collect the required intelligence to answer the commander's priority intelligence requirements and information requirements.

5. Produce the Intelligence Summary (INTSUM) which is prepared to answer the
commanders priority intelligence requirements and information requirements.

..The INTSUM will address the following areas: Note: FM 34-2 and FM 34-8 have changed INTSUM production from time to event driven. This may effect the regimental tactical standing operating procedures. Additionally, the graphic INTSUM may replace the current hard copy INTSUM.
a.
Issuing unit;

b.
Time and date of issue;

c.
Summary of enemy activity for the period;

(1)
Enemy ground activity.

(2)
Trace of forward enemy elements.

(3)
Potential targets for nuclear weapons.

(4)
Enemy nuclear, biological and chemical activity.

(5)
Enemy air activity.

(6)
Other enemy activity (new tactics, counterintelligence, etc.).

d.
Enemy personnel and equipment losses;

(1)
Personnel killed in action.

(2)
Enemy prisoners of war.

(3)
Equipment deStroyed or captured.

e.
New enemy obstacles or barriers;

f.
Enemy administrative activities;

g.
Identification of new enemy units, equipment, or personalities;

h.
Enemy movements;

i.
Estimated number and type of enemy vehicles;

j.
Current and projected weather and terrain conditions;

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
k.
Brief discussion of enemy capabilities and vulnerabilities;

I.
Conclusions.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
01-9001.19-0002 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or STP 21-1I-MQS Equivalent Sized Organization STP 21-I-MQS 01-9007.01-0130 Write to Persuade a Decision Maker to STP 21-11-MQS Choose a Course of Action
STP 21-1-MQS 01-9017.02-0002 Conduct a Battle Analysis STP 21-1I-MQS STP 21-I-MQS
03-9001.10-0004 Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as STP 21-11-MQS a Commander or Staff Officer STP 21-I-MQS 03-9001.12-0003 Communicate Effectively as a Commander or STP 21-11-MQS Staff Officer STP 21-I-MQS 03-9001.13-0001 Solve Problems Using the Military Problem STP 21-1I-MQS Solving Process STP 21-1-MQS 04-9007.01-0220 Write to Inform or Direct STP 21-1I-MQS STP 21-1-MQS
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.

STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)
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CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
ELEMENT: ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ
TASK: Disseminate Combat Information and Intelligence (ACR) (34-6-2023)
(FM 34-3). (FM 101-5). (FM 34-1)
(FM 34-35). (FM 34-8)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Given the regiment's tactical standing operating procedures, completed intelligence products, an initial entry intelligence package from higher intelligence headquarters in digital or hard copy. The regiment is supported by corps or other intelligence gathering assets. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The regimental S2 section and analysis and control element disseminated combat information and intelligence to the appropriate units and staff elements, in accordance with the tactical standing operating procedures, that accurately portrayed weather, terrain, the enemy's current and probable future courses of action, capabilities, vulnerabilities, and order of battle. This was accomplished in time for commanders and staff to plan and mass forces at the proper time and place to successfully influence the battle.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1.
Determine combat information and intelligence that requires dissemination.

2.
Disseminate combat information to the appropriate addressees listed in the
tactical standing operating procedures.

a.
Use the most expeditious means available to disseminate highly perishable
combat information in spot report format immediately after receipt.

b.
Ensure the commander, subordinate squadrons, S3, and other key staff
members in the tactical operations center receive combat information based
on their needs.

3. Disseminate intelligence to the appropriate addressees listed in the tactical
standing operating procedures.

a.
Disseminate intelligence to the commander, subordinate squadrons, S3,
and other key staff elements.

b.
Disseminate intelligence to the corps G2 and other adjacent friendly units
as required.

4.
Disseminate via frequency modulated/multiple subscriber equipment when
necessary.

5.
Confirm the combat information and intelligence passed has been received.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
01-9001.19-0002 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or STP 21-1I-MQS
Equivalent Sized Organization
STP 21-I-MQS
01-9007.01-0130 Write to Persuade a Decision Maker to STP 21-11-MQS
Choose a Course of Action
STP 21-I-MQS
01-9007.01-0250 Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
01-9017.02-0002 Conduct a Battle Analysis STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9001.10-0004 Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as STP 21-1I-MQS
a Commander or Staff Officer
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9001.12-0003 Communicate Effectively as a Commander or STP 21-1I-MQS
Staff Officer
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9001.13-0001 Solve Problems Using the Military Problem STP 21-1I-MQS
Solving Process
STP 21-I-MQS

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Electronic Warfare (34-OPFOR-1012)
CONDITION: OPFOR employs collection and direction finding assets (ground and air), to monitor and locate enemy forces.
STANDARD: The positions of enemy command, intelligence, and logistics units were located. The locations of the positions were forwarded to OPFOR headquarters. Jamming signals were used against enemy radio receivers. Enemy radio nets were monitored and all information of intelligence value was reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
ELEMENT: ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ
TASK: Direct Intelligence Operations (ACR) (34-6-2024)
(FM 34-3). (FM 101-5). (FM 34-1)
(FM 34-35). (FM 34-8)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The regiment is supported by corps and other strategic information and intelligence collection assets. The commander has approved the priority intelligence requirements and information requirements and given his concept of operations. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The regimental intelligence efforts provided opportunities to create, identify, and exploit enemy weaknesses to accomplish the assigned mission in accordance with the commander's intent.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Review current and future requirements.
a.
Monitor the current and projected enemy situation and course(s) of action.

b.
Recommend changes to the priority intelligence requirements.

c.
Recommend changes to the information requirements.

d.
Recommend changes to the military intelligence company's organization for
combat, as required, in coordination with the S3.

*
2. Supervise the analysis and control element in its intelligence acquisition.

a.
Supervises execution of intelligence acquisition tasks by regimental assets.

b.
Monitors status of requests for intelligence information.

c.
Initiates new requests for intelligence information, as required.

*
3. Supervise exploitation of captured personnel, documents, and material in accordance with priority intelligence requirements and information requirements.

*
4. Coordinate the intelligence effort between the main and tactical command post, if there is one.

*
5. Supervise the release/dissemination of all intelligence products.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number. Task Title. References

01-9001.19-0002.Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or .STP 21-1I-MQS Equivalent Sized Organization
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SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
STP 21-1-MQS
01-9007.01-0130 Write to Persuade a Decision Maker to STP 21-11-MQS
Choose a Course of Action
STP 21-1-MQS
01-9007.01-0250 Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
01-9017.02-0002 Conduct a Battle Analysis STP 21-11-MQS
STP 21-1-MQS
03-9001.10-0004 Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as STP 21-1I-MQS
a Commander or Staff Officer
STP 21-1-MQS
03-9001.12-0003 Communicate Effectively as a Commander or STP 21-1I-MQS
Staff Officer
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9003.02-0001 Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-1-MQS
04-9007.01-0220 Write to Inform or Direct STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-1-MQS

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
STP 21-I-MQS
01-9007.01-0130 Write to Persuade a Decision Maker to STP 21-1I-MQS
Choose a Course of Action
STP 21-I-MQS
01-9007.01-0250 Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct STP 21-11-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
01-9017.02-0002 Conduct a Battle Analysis STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-1-MQS
03-9001.10-0004 Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as STP 21-1I-MQS
a Commander or Staff Officer
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9001.12-0003 Communicate Effectively as a Commander or STP 21-11-MQS
Staff Officer
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9003.02-0001 Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
04-9007.01-0220 Write to Inform or Direct STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-I-MOS

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
ELEMENT: ANAL & CNTL ELEM HO
TASK: Maintain the Current Enemy Situation (ACR) (34-6-2025)
.
(FM 34-130). (FM 101 -5) (FM 34-1)
.
(FM 34-3). (FM 34-35) (FM 34-8)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3 4.
5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDERILEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Given the regimental tactical standing operating procedures, combat information and intelligence, the all source analysis system-remote workstation, and the echelon above corps or corps intelligence packages in digital or hard copy format. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The current enemy situation was updated by the regimental S2 and analysis control element in the all-source enemy order of battle database. Enemy courses of action were reassessed, confirmed or denied based upon the latest enemy order of battle, terrain, and weather information. This database then reflected unforeseen or newly developing risks or vulnerabilities of the command, and projected future courses of action (through situational and event templating) against which plans for future operations were developed.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. The S2 receives the commander's priority intelligence requirements and
information requirements.

a.
Merges significant aspects of the area of operations and current enemy
situation.

b.
Uses the priority intelligence requirements and information requirements to
drive the analysis of the current enemy situation.

c.
Analyzes and compares current enemy dispositions and compositions with
projected courses of action.

d.
Confirms or denies courses of action and updates the enemy situation
based on current intelligence and intelligence preparation of the battlefield
products. Tracks status of latest time information is of value for each
priority intelligence requirements.

2.
The S2 provides the commander with the intelligence estimate, as required. (See
Task #34-6-2022)

3.
Maintain the current situation on the all source analysis system-remote
workstation and the maneuver control station (Phoenix) to provide the common
relevant picture.

a.
Include enemy capabilities and vulnerabilities.

b.
Include prioritized courses of action and probable future intent.

4. Maintain the situation map, as required by tactical standing operating
procedures.

a.
Portray the enemy situation and locations.

b.
List recent significant events and indicators of future events.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References 01-9001.19-0002 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or STP 21-11-MQS Equivalent Sized Organization STP 21-I-MQS 01-9007.01-0130 Write to Persuade a Decision Maker to STP 21-11-MQS Choose a Course of Action STP 21-I-MQS
01-9007.01-0250 Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct STP 21-1I-MQS STP 21-I-MQS 01-9017.02-0002 Conduct a Battle Analysis STP 21-11-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS 03-9001.10-0004 Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as STP 21-1I-MQS a Commander or Staff Officer STP 21-1-MQS 03-9001.12-0003 Communicate Effectively as a Commander or STP 21-11-MQS Staff Officer STP 21-I-MQS 03-9001.13-0001 Solve Problems Using the Military Problem STP 21-1I-MQS Solving Process
STP 21-1-MQS 071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT 071-332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT 071-332-5021(SL3) Prepare a Situation Map STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-0PFOR-1001)
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CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
ELEMENT: ANAL & CNTL ELEM HO
TASK: Supervise Intelligence Operations (ACR) (34-6-2026) (FM 34-1) (FM 34-35) (FM 34-8)
ITERATION: 1 2 3 4 5 M (Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: T P U (Circle)
CONDITIONS: Given the analysis control element is established at the regimental tactical operations center under supervision of the S2. Communications have been established with higher, adjacent, and subordinate elements. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The analysis control element chief supervised all analysis control element intelligence operations in accordance with the S2's guidance, provided intelligence and electronic warfare support to the regiment, and assisted in the implementation of the reconnaissance, intelligence, surveillance and target acquisition plan.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
* 1. Prioritize the intelligence collection effort.
2. The Analysis Control Element (ACE) receives tasking from the S2.
a.
Conducts briefings of assigned elements on the current situation and new
taskings.

b.
Reviews taskings for clarity and completeness.

c.
Ensures missions are synchronized with the overall operation.

* 3. The S2 supervises the efforts in support of the intelligence preparation of the
battlefield process. Note: Supervision of intelligence operations in the regiment is conducted at two levels. First, the S2 has overall supervision of the regiment's intelligence mission and operations. Second, the ACE chief provides routine supervision of ACE operations and manages assets. The ACE provides priority intelligence requirements and information requirements to subordinate and attached elements and checks to ensure priority intelligence requirements and information requirements have been received.
4. Provide support to intelligence and electronic warfare operations.
* 5. Orchestrate the development of all intelligence products.
6. The ACE submits intelligence products ready for dissemination to the S2 for
review and approval.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
01-9001.19-0002 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or STP 21-11-MQS
Equivalent Sized Organization
STP 21-I-MQS
01-9007.01-0130 Write to Persuade a Decision Maker to STP 21-11-MQS
Choose a Course of Action
STP 21-I-MQS
01-9007.01-0250 Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct STP 21-11-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
01-9017.02-0002 Conduct a Battle Analysis STP 21-11-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9001.10-0004 Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as STP 21-ll-MQS
a Commander or Staff Officer
STP 21-1-MQS
03-9001.12-0003 Communicate Effectively as a Commander or STP 21-1I-MQS
Staff Officer
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9001.13-0001 Solve Problems Using the Military Problem STP 21-11-MQS
Solving Process
STP 21-I-MQS
03-9003.03-0001 Supervise the Management of Accident Risk STP 21-II-MQS
in Unit Operations
STP 21-I-MQS

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
ELEMENT: ANAL & CNTL ELEM HO
TASK: Process Specific Information Requirements (SIR) Data (ACR) (FM 34-2) (FM 101-5-1) (FM 34-3) (FM 34-35) (34-6-2027) (FM 34-1) (FM 34-8)
ITERATION: 1 2 3 4 5 M (Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: T P U (Circle)

CONDITIONS: The regimental S2 and analysis and control element are located at the regimental tactical operations center. Both elements are operational and intelligence information is being received. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Intelligence and combat information critical in determining enemy dispositions and intentions was developed by the S2 and analysis and control element in a timely and accurate manner, enabling the commander to identify and take appropriate action at the decisive point in the battle.
.. TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
GO NO-GO
*
1. The S2 and analysis and control element chief determine Specific Information Requirement (SIR).

a.
Identify enemy characteristics that fulfill information requirements.

b.
Write SIRs in "question" format.

c.
Integrate SIRs into the reconnaissance, intelligence, surveillance, and target acquisition plan.

d.
Identify information and intelligence gaps.

e.
Develop SIRs such as:

(1)
When will there be movement of enemy reconnaissance elements?

(2)
What is the location, number, and capabilities of enemy engineer units?

(3)
What is the location, number, and type of enemy artillery batteries?

f.
Forward SIRs, priority intelligence requirements, and information requirements to the corps G2.

2. Process incoming intelligence data.
a.
Determine the reliability of the source or agency.

b.
Determine the credibility of incoming information.

c.
Compare incoming data with the intelligence estimate.

d.
Compare incoming data with intelligence products developed during the intelligence preparation of the battlefield process against:

(1)
List of intelligence indicators;

(2)
Intelligence workbook;

(3)
Priority intelligence requirements, information requirements, and SIRS;

(4)
Situation map.

e.
Determine the validity of incoming data based on preceding standards.

f.
Analyze information and intelligence regarding:

(1)
Enemy strengths and vulnerabilities;

(2)
Weather;

(3)
Terrain;

(4)
Training;

(5)
Tactics;

(6)
Doctrine;

(7)
Disposition;

(8)
Personalities;

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
(9) Indicators.
3. The analysis and control element provides input to the S2 to assist in the
development of:

a.
Command information analysis;

b.
Operations security analysis;

c.
Electronic warfare analysis;

d.
Tactical deception plan.

4. Provide the regimental chemical officer an estimate of the enemy's ability and
likeliness to initiate nuclear, biological, and chemical operations.

* 5. The analysis and control element chief (with assistance from the chemical officer), provides the S2 with estimates of the effects of enemy smoke munitions and nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons on friendly operations.
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
01-9001.19-0002 Take Charge of a Company, Staff Section, or STP 21-1I-MQS Equivalent Sized Organization STP 21-I-MQS 01-9007.01-0130 Write to Persuade a Decision Maker to STP 21-II-MQS Choose a Course of Action STP 21-I-MQS 01-9007.01-0250 Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct STP 21-II-MQS STP 21-I-MQS 01-9017.02-0002 Conduct a Battle Analysis STP 21-ll-MQS STP 21-I-MQS 03-9001.10-0004 Apply the Ethical Decision-Making Process as STP 21-1I-MQS a Commander or Staff Officer STP 21-I-MQS 03-9001.12-0003 Communicate Effectively as a Commander or STP 21-II-MQS Staff Officer STP 21-I-MQS 03-9001.13-0001 Solve Problems Using the Military Problem STP 21-1I-MQS Solving Process STP 21-I-MQS
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
5 - 170 TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
ELEMENT: ANAL & CNTL ELEM HO
TASK: Produce a Reconnaissance, Intelligence, Surveillance and Target Acquisition (RISTA) Plan (ACR) (34-6-2029)
(FM 34-2) (FM 34-3) (FM 34-1) (FM 34-2-1) (FM 34-35) (FM 34-8)
ITERATION:. 1 2 3 4 5 M (Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P U (Circle)

CONDITIONS: Given the corps operations order of an upcoming operation, the regimental S2 and analysis and control element have begun the planning process. The all source analysis system-remote workstation may or may not be available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The regimental S2/analysis and control element developed the initial reconnaissance, intelligence, surveillance, and target acquisition plan using organic and attached elements to accomplish the commander's reconnaissance objectives and answer his priority intelligence requirements.
GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
1.
The commander issues specific guidance on his Reconnaissance, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Target Acquisition (RISTA) objectives and priority intelligence requirements.

2.
The S2 establishes limits (areas) of responsibility for subordinate units during the intelligence preparation of the battlefield process and issues the limits to the units as soon as possible.

3.
During war gaming, the regimental S2/analysis and control element contacts the corps G2 on the operations and intelligence net to confirm order of battle information.

Note: The all source analysis system-remote workstation may or may not be available. If present then it will be linked with the maneuver control station and together will form an automated data transmission/fusion system.
4. The S2 Section begins developing the initial RISTA plan to support friendly courses of action and the decision support template.
a.
Uses the commander's RISTA objectives and priority intelligence requirements in conjunction with the situation and event templates and associates them with the expected enemy course of action. Ensures the Counter-RISTA plan is included in the overall RISTA plan.

b.
Coordinates with other staff sections to identify and list all available collection assets.

c.
Prepares the intelligence synchronization matrix to answer priority intelligence requirements and targeting requirements that meet the commander's reconnaissance objectives. (See FMs 34-2, 34-2-1 and 34­130)

d.
Ensures there is redundancy in the collection effort so combat information and intelligence will not be missed. Coordinates subordinate squadron RISTA plans to meet regimental RISTA requirements and capabilities.

e.
Ensures there is a mix of assets used to support the collection effort.

f.
Ensures cueing is used to maximize asset effectiveness.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
g. Creates the RISTA overlay with the RISTA matrix based on addressing
who, what, where, when, and how. At a minimum the overlay should
include:

(1)
Routes;

(2)
Zones and areas of reconnaissance;

(3)
Limits of responsibilities;

(4)
Passage points;

(5)
Control points;

(6)
Listening post/observation post positions;

(7)
Ground surveillance system positions (primary, alternate, and
supplementary) and scout routes and/or positions;

(8)
Sectors of scan for sensors;

(9)
Medical evacuation locations;

(10)
Named areas of interest;

(11)
Friendly boundaries.

h.
Tasks appropriate assets to cover specific named areas of interest and
answer specific priority intelligence requirements.

i.
Uses annex R of the operations order to brief the commander, staff, section
leaders, squadron S2s, and patrol leaders on the RISTA and Counter-
RISTA plans. At a minimum this should include:

(1)
Who is tasked;

(2)
What to look for;

(3)
Why to look;

(4)
When to look;

(5)
How long to look for;

(6)
What they can expect to find or see;

(7)
How to get to where they are supposed to be;

(8)
Passage of lines and recognition signals;

(9)
Friendly assets in the area of operations and locations;

(10)
Resupply;

(11)
Obstacles;

(12)
Medical evacuation;

(13)
Nuclear, biological, and chemical hazards.

j.
Distributes the final RISTA and Counter-RISTA plans to higher and
subordinate elements.

k.
Requests reconnaissance support from higher elements if needed.

I.
Evaluates reports, reviews requirements, and identifies intelligence gaps.

m.
Analyzes reports to confirm or deny templates and models and tells the
commander what they mean.

n.
Updates templates as needed.

5. The analysis and control element will use the RISTA plan to develop specific information requirements for each priority intelligence requirements.
a.
Identify specific information requirements that could be satisfied with
organic or attached collection assets.

b.
Develop specific orders and requests for each asset to be tasked.

c.
Ensure each specific information requirements for each named area of
interest is identified for each collection asset.

6.
Ensure combat information is immediately passed to those staff sections and units that can react most expeditiously.

7.
Recommend to the commander that he update his concept of operations, develop new courses of action, and change the RISTA plan if indications show the enemy is doing something unexpected.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
8. Plan for future battles.
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS: NONE
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-0PFOR-1001)
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CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
ELEMENT: ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ
TASK: Displace the Analysis and Control Element (ACE) (ACR) (34 -6-2030) (FM 34-25-3). (FM 21-26). (FM 34-1) (FM 34-35)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDERILEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Given the regimental operations or fragmentation order, appropriate tools, and load plans. Displacement is in conjunction with the remainder of the regimental tactical operations center. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The analysis and control element planned, prepared, and successfully displaced from the current location and moved to a new location to continue operations in support of the regiment. The S2 and analysis and control element successfully maintained continuity of intelligence support to regimental operations during the displacement.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Plan Analysis and Control Element (ACE) setup at the projected site location.

a.
Identify the projected ACE site on the map, considering mission,
equipment, terrain, troops - time and ACE-unique communications and
connectivity requirements.

b.
Coordinate site location and availability with the S2 and S3.

c.
Coordinate logistical support for the ACE with the S1 and S4.

(1)
Coordinate for replacements and augmentees with the S1.

(2)
Coordinate for needed classes of supplies.

d.
Plan for operational continuity and recovery procedures in the event of a . loss of contact with current operations while the ACE is moving.

*
2. Plan the move. Consider the following in any plan.

a.
Deferred maintenance and preventive maintenance checks and services.

b.
Deploying the primary load list.

c.
Briefing personnel on mission and details.

d.
Load plans.

3.
The ACE quartering party reconnoiters the new site in conjunction with the S2
and/or quartering party plan in the tactical standing operating procedures.

4.
Prepare for deployment.

a.
Identify mission, threat, and area-specific requirements.

b.
Determine the readiness level/deployment status of available equipment
and personnel.

c.
Upload IAW land, sea, rail, air, or convoy upload plans.

5. Conduct railhead, seaport, airhead, or convoy operations as required.
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
1 2 3 4 5 M TOTALITERATION
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
03-9003.02-0001 Manage Accident Risk in Unit Operations STP 21-II-MOS STP 21-I-MQS 04-3303.02-0037 Navigate While Mounted STP 21-11-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS 071-326-3002(SL 1) React to Indirect Fire While Mounted STP 21-1-SMCT 071-326-3013(SL3) CONDUCT A TACTICAL ROAD MARCH STP 21-24-SMCT 071-326-5805(SL3) Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission STP 21-24-SMCT
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT 071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Mounted 071-410-0002(SL1) React to Direct Fire While Mounted STP 21-1-SMCT 071-410-0012(SL3) Conduct Occupation of an Assembly Area STP 21-24-SMCT 071-710-0006(SL1) Plan Use of Night Vision Devices STP 21-1-SMCT 091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS) 113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio STP 21-1-SMCT 551-88M-0001(SL3) Lead a Convoy Serial/March Unit STP 21-24-SMCT 551-88M-0005(SL1) Operate a Vehicle in a Convoy STP 21-1-SMCT 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process 850-001-3001(S L3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
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STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was
surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element
from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation.
Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on
a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned
tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All
personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data
satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical
Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons.
Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies
and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy
movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and
equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
ELEMENT: THREE GSR SOD
TASK: Move Tactically (Dismounted) (07-5-1107.34-0001) (FM 7-8). (FM 90-13). (FM 90-8)
1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
ITERATION:.
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: T P U (Circle)
CONDITIONS: The team has been inserted into a potentially hostile area of operation. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The team moved on foot using the specified route to the objective area and arrived at the time and the destination specified in the order. The team remained undetected and maintained an accurate patrol log.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. The team leader moves the team cross-country.

a.
Studies route on the map before beginning team movement.

b.
Pinpoints present location within 200 meters.

c.
Controls navigation by checking his compass against the soldier's compass;
and makes necessary corrections.

d.
Follows the planned route or modifies it based on the enemy's situation or
terrain.

e.
Moves the team on the routes that best conceal movement from ground and
air observation and provide the best cover from direct fire.

f.
Avoids known or suspected danger areas.

g.
Maintains security and control when crossing danger areas.

h.
Maintains light and noise discipline.

i.
Maintains security at halts.

j.
Arrives at the destination in time to accomplish the mission.

k.
Designates rally points enroute. Note: Rally points must be easy to identify and must provide cover and concealment.

I.
Accounts for everyone after all halts and after crossing danger areas and
• obstacles (as a minimum).

m.
Prevents breaks in contact.

n.
Maintains control and rate of movement.

o.
Ensures the team's load is distributed evenly throughout the team.

p.
Ensures patrol log is maintained throughout the movement.

2. The team employs counter tracking measures.
*
3. The team leader controls the teams' movement.

a.
Changes formation and movement techniques based on the terrain and the
enemy situation.

b.
Uses arm-and-hand signals and follows team standing operating
procedures and battle drills.

c.
If the team makes contact, team members use team standing operating
procedures and battle drills to break contact with enemy.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
031-503-1013(SL1) DECONTAMINATE YOURSELF AND STP 21-1-SMCT
INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT USING
CHEMICAL DECONTAMINATING KITS
031-503-1015(SL1) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC STP 21-1-SMCT
INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH THE
APPROPRIATE MISSION-ORIENTED
PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR
031-503-1018(SL1) REACT TO NUCLEAR HAZARD OR ATTACK STP 21-1-SMCT
031-503-1019(SL1) REACT TO CHEMICAL OR BIOLOGICAL STP 21-1-SMCT
HAZARD OR ATTACK
031-503-1037(SL1) DETECT CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M8 STP 21-1-SMCT
OR M9 DETECTOR PAPER
031-503-2001(SL2) IDENTIFY CHEMICAL AGENTS USING STP 21-24-SMCT
M256-SERIES CHEMICAL AGENT
DETECTOR KIT
031-503-3002(SL2) CONDUCT UNMASKING PROCEDURES 031-503-3004(SL2) SUPERVISE THE CROSSING OF A STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT
CONTAMINATED AREA
031-503-3005(SL2) SUBMIT NBC 1 REPORT STP 21-24-SMCT
031-503-3008(SL2) IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED STP 21-24-SMCT
PROTECTIVE POSTURE
031-503-3010(SL2) SUPERVISE EMPLOYMENT OF NUCLEAR, STP 21-24-SMCT
BIOLOGICAL, OR CHEMICAL MARKERS
031-506-1053(SL2) REPORT NBC INFORMATION USING NBC 4 STP 21-24-SMCT
REPORT
052-191-1361(SL1) CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR STP 21-1-SMCT
INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT
061-283-6003(SL2) ADJUST INDIRECT FIRE STP 21-24-SMCT
071-008-0007(SL1) Engage Targets with an M16A1 or M16A2 STP 21-1-SMCT
Rifle Using an AN/PAS-13 Series Thermal
Sight
071-010-0006(SL1) Engage Targets with an M249 Machine Gun STP 21-1-SMCT
071-100-0003(SL1) Engage Targets with an M4 or M4A1 Carbine STP 21-1-SMCT
071-311-2130(SL1) Engage Targets with an M203 Grenade STP 21-1-SMCT
Launcher
071-315-2308(SL1) Engage Targets with an M16A1 or M16A2 STP 21-1-SMCT
Rifle Using a Night Vision Sight AN/PVS-4
071-325-4407(SL1) Employ Hand Grenades STP 21-1-SMCT
071-326-0502(SL1) Move Under Direct Fire STP 21-1-SMCT
071-326-0503(SL1) Move Over, Through, or Around Obstacles STP 21-1-SMCT
(Except Minefields)
071-326-0510(SL1) React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted STP 21-1-SMCT
071-326-0511(SL1) React to Flares STP 21-1-SMCT

Task Number
071-326-0608(SL2) 071-326-5502(SL2) 071-326-5805(SL3) 071-329-1006(SL1)
071-329-1019(SL2) 071-410-0019(SL3) 071-710-0006(SL1) 081-831-0101(SL2) 081-831-1000(SL1) 081-831-1003(SL1)
081-831-1005(SL1)
081-831-1007(SL1) 081-831-1008(SL1) 081-831-1025(SL1)
081-831-1026(SL1)
081-831-1032(SL1)
081-831-1033(SL1)
081-831-1034(SL1)
081-831-1042(SL1)
081-831-1044(SL1)
081-831-1045(SL1) 081-831-1046(SL1) 081-831-1054(SL2) 113-637-2001(SL1) 191-380-0109(SL4) 441-091-2000(SL2) 441-091-3000(SL3)
805C-PAD-2060(SL2 850-001-2000(SL2)
850-001-3001(SL3) 850-001-4001(SL4)
Task Number
07-5-1108.34-0001
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Title. References
Use Visual Signaling Techniques.STP 21-24-SMCT Issue a Fragmentary Order . STP 21-24-SMCT Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission.STP 21-24-SMCT Navigate from One Point on the Ground to.STP 21-1-SMCT Another Point While Dismounted Use a Map Overlay. STP 21-24-SMCT Control Organic Fires. STP 21-24-SMCT Plan Use of Night Vision Devices.STP 21-1-SMCT REQUEST MEDICAL EVACUATION .STP 21-24-SMCT EVALUATE A CASUALTY. STP 21-1-SMCT PERFORM FIRST AID TO CLEAR AN .STP 21-1-SMCT
_
OBJECT STUCK IN THE THROAT OF A CONSCIOUS CASUALTY PERFORM FIRST AID TO PREVENT OR.STP 21-1-SMCT CONTROL SHOCK
PERFORM FIRST AID FOR BURNS.STP 21-1-SMCT PERFORM FIRST AID FOR HEAT INJURIES STP 21-1-SMCT PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN STP 21-1-SMCT ABDOMINAL WOUND PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN .STP 21-1-SMCT CHEST WOUND PERFORM FIRST AID FOR BLEEDING OF .STP 21-1-SMCT AN EXTREMITY PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN HEAD STP 21-1-SMCT WOUND PERFORM FIRST AID FOR A SUSPECTED STP 21-1-SMCT FRACTURE PERFORM MOUTH-TO-MOUTH.STP 21-1-SMCT RESUSCITATION PERFORM FIRST AID FOR NERVE AGENT STP 21-1-SMCT INJURY PERFORM FIRST AID FOR COLD INJURIES STP 21-1-SMCT TRANSPORT A CASUALTY. STP 21-1-SMCT EVACUATE CASUALTIES. STP 21-24-SMCT Communicate via a Tactical Radio.STP 21-1-SMCT PLAN PATROL ACTIVITIES. STP 21-24-SMCT Defend Against Air Attack (Active) .STP 21-24-SMCT Supervise the Implementation of Air Defense.STP 21-24-SMCT Measures Report Casualties. STP 21-24-SMCT Employ Accident Prevention Measures and .STP 21-24-SMCT Risk Mgt Process Control Mission Safety Hazard . STP 21-24-SMCT Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon. STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS
Task Title. References
Cross Danger Area . ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP ARTEP 34-117-30-MTP ARTEP 34-143-30-MTP ARTEP 34-144-30-MTP ARTEP 34-353-30-MTP
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS
Task Number. Task Title. References

ARTEP 34-355-MTP ARTEP 34-357-30-MTP ARTEP 34-358-30-MTP ARTEP 34-387-30-MTP ARTEP 34-393-30-MTP ARTEP 34-397-30-MTP ARTEP 34-399-10-MTP
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Gather Intelligence (34-0PFOR-1008)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements, operating in the rear area, are planning attacks on enemy bases. Information is needed before plans are finalized.
STANDARD: All Priority Intelligence Requests and other intelligence requirements were identified.
Passed through any outpost, defensive wire, or warning device undetected. Moved to an observation point that offered cover and concealment and was close enough to gather required information. Gathered data which answered intelligence requirements. Withdrew from area undetected. All information of value was reported to OPFOR headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced enemy match element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Sniper Operations (34-OPFOR-1005)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has received a sniper mission from headquarters. Snipers are assigned missions in the enemy rear area along major supply routes and near support sites.
STANDARD: Infiltrated enemy area of operations and set up a well concealed location. Vehicle drivers or personnel on foot were engaged with short bursts of semiautomatic fire. Selected targets were killed or wounded. Prevented position from being discovered and evacuated the area without being detected. Results of the operation were reported to OPFOR headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-0PFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Counter Passage of Lines (34-OPFOR-1016)
CONDITION: Friendly units are in defense positions but are expected to attempt a passage of lines. Friendly forces have close air support and NBC capabilities. The OPFOR element receives orders to disrupt the friendly passage of lines.
STANDARD: The friendly force passage of lines was delayed by the OPFOR element for a minimum of two hours.
TASK: Maintain Contact (34-0PFOR-1011)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is tactically engaged with enemy base defense forces. Enemy forces are withdrawing under pressure.
STANDARD: The enemy forces were engaged decisively. As the enemy withdrew, the unit or force advanced maintaining contact.
TASK: Attack (34-OPFOR-1010)
CONDITION: Enemy rear area support base has been located. PIR's and other intelligence requirements have been obtained by OPFOR patrols. Element has automatic and anti-armor weapons, and light mortars. Element is approximately the size of two platoons.
STANDARD: An attack plan was developed. An attack was initiated using a scheme of maneuver that exploited enemy flanks, gaps, and weaknesses. Covered and concealed routes were used to approach enemy areas. Employed indirect fire to support attack. Penetrated enemy defenses. Destroyed equipment and supplies, inflicted casualties, isolated the support base, and blocked reinforcements. The enemy unit was forced to displace.
TASK: Conduct Electronic Warfare (34-OPFOR-1012)
CONDITION: OPFOR employs collection and direction finding assets (ground and air), to monitor and locate enemy forces.
STANDARD: The positions of enemy command, intelligence, and logistics units were located. The locations of the positions were forwarded to OPFOR headquarters. Jamming signals were used against enemy radio receivers. Enemy radio nets were monitored and all information of intelligence value was reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENT: THREE GSR SQD
TASK: Cross Danger Area (07-5-1108.34-0001) (FM 7-8)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The team is moving cross country and encounters a danger area. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The team crossed the danger area only if it could not be bypassed within mission requirements. The team crossed the danger area without being detected and employed counter tracking measures to prevent the threat from determining the size and destination of the element.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. The team encounters a danger area.

a.
The point soldier signals a danger area (soldiers relay this message
throughout the team).

b.
The team halts well short of the danger area and maintains local security.

c.
The team leader moves forward and confirms the danger area.

*
2. The team leader reconnoiters the danger area and estimates the situation.

a.
If the danger area can be bypassed, the team leader directs a route for the
team.

b.
If the danger area cannot be bypassed, the team leader controls the team's
movement across the area.

c.
The team leader designates near-side and far-side rally points.

d.
The team leader selects the crossing point that provides the best cover and
concealment.

e.
The team leader assigns a far-side clearing/security element.

3. The near-side security element provides security.
a.
Observes to flanks. .

b.
Overwatches crossing of far-side security team.

4. The far-side clearing/security element reconnoiters the far side and establishes
security.

a.
Clears an area large enough for the remaining members of the team.

b.
Signals team leader the area is clear.

5. The team crosses the danger area.
a.
The remaining team members cross the danger area using a wedge or file
formation.

b.
The near-side security element overwatches crossing.

c.
The team crosses quickly and quietly.

d.
The team maintains light and noise discipline.

e.
The near-side security element crosses the danger area and employs
counter tracking measures.

6. The team continues the mission.
a.
Accounts for all members and equipment.

b.
Resumes tactical movement.

c.
Maintains proper formation and personnel intervals.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number. Task Title
031-503-1015(SL1) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH THE APPROPRIATE MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR
031-503-1018(SL1) REACT TO NUCLEAR HAZARD OR ATTACK 031-503-1019(SL1) REACT TO CHEMICAL OR BIOLOGICAL HAZARD OR ATTACK 031-503-1037(SL1) DETECT CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M8 OR M9 DETECTOR PAPER 031-503-3004(SL2) SUPERVISE THE CROSSING OF A CONTAMINATED AREA 031-503-3008(SL2) IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE 031-506-1053(SL2) REPORT NBC INFORMATION USING NBC 4 REPORT 052-191-1361(SL1) CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR
INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT 061-283-6003(SL2) ADJUST INDIRECT FIRE 071-008-0007(SL1) Engage Targets with an M16A1 or M16A2
Rifle Using an AN/PAS-13 Series Thermal
Sight 071-010-0006(SL1) Engage Targets with an M249 Machine Gun 071-100-0003(SL1) Engage Targets with an M4 or M4A1 Carbine 071-311-2130(SL1) Engage Targets with an M203 Grenade
Launcher 071-315-2308(SL1) Engage Targets with an M16A1 or M16A2
Rifle Using a Night Vision Sight AN/PVS-4 071-325-4407(SL1) Employ Hand Grenades 071-326-0502(SL1) Move Under Direct Fire 071-326-0503(SL1) Move Over, Through, or Around Obstacles
(Except Minefields) 071-326-0510(SL1) React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted 071-326-0511(SL1) React to Flares
071-326-0513(SL1) Select Temporary Fighting Positions 071-326-0608(SL2) Use Visual Signaling Techniques 071-326-5705(SL2) Establish an Observation Post 071-329-1006(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to
Another Point While Dismounted
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay
071-331-0804(SL1) Perform Surveillance Without the Aid of
Electronic Devices
071-410-0019(SL3) Control Organic Fires

5 M TOTAL
References
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT
Task Number 071-710-0006(SL1) 081-831-1000(SL1) 081-831-1003(SL1)
081-831-1005(SL1) 081-831-1007(SL1) 081-831-1008(SL1) 081-831-1025(SL1) 081-831-1026(SL1) 081-831-1032(SL1) 081-831-1033(SL1) 081-831-1034(SL1) 081-831-1042(SL1) 081-831-1044(SL1) 081-831-1045(SL1) 081-831-1046(SL1) 081-831-1054(SL2) 113-637-2001(SL1) 181-105-2002(SL2)
191-380-0109(SL4) 805C-PAD-2060(SL2 805C-PAD-2461(S L2
850-001-2000(SL2) 850-001-3001(SL3) 850-001-4001(SL4)
Task Number
07-5-1107.34-0001
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Title. References
Plan Use of Night Vision Devices.STP 21-1-SMCT EVALUATE A CASUALTY. STP 21-1-SMCT PERFORM FIRST AID TO CLEAR AN .STP 21-1-SMCT OBJECT STUCK IN THE THROAT OF A CONSCIOUS CASUALTY PERFORM FIRST AID TO PREVENT OR.STP 21-1-SMCT CONTROL SHOCK PERFORM FIRST AID FOR BURNS .STP 21-1-SMCT PERFORM FIRST AID FOR HEAT INJURIES STP 21-1-SMCT PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN STP 21-1-SMCT ABDOMINAL WOUND PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN .STP 21-1-SMCT CHEST WOUND PERFORM FIRST AID FOR BLEEDING OF .STP 21-1-SMCT AN EXTREMITY PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN HEAD STP 21-1-SMCT WOUND PERFORM FIRST AID FOR A SUSPECTED STP 21-1-SMCT FRACTURE PERFORM MOUTH-TO-MOUTH.STP 21-1-SMCT RESUSCITATION PERFORM FIRST AID FOR NERVE AGENT STP 21-1-SMCT INJURY PERFORM FIRST AID FOR COLD INJURIES STP 21-1-SMCT TRANSPORT A CASUALTY. STP 21-1-SMCT EVACUATE CASUALTIES. STP 21-24-SMCT Communicate via a Tactical Radio.STP 21-1-SMCT Conduct Combat Operations According to the STP 21-24-SMCT Law of War PLAN PATROL ACTIVITIES. STP 21-24-SMCT Report Casualties. STP 21-24-SMCT Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status .STP 21-24-SMCT Report) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and .STP 21-24-SMCT Risk Mgt Process Control Mission Safety Hazard. STP 21-24-SMCT Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon. STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS
Task Title. References
Move Tactically (Dismounted) .ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP ARTEP 34-117-30-MTP ARTEP 34-143-30-MTP ARTEP 34-144-30-MTP ARTEP 34-353-30-MTP ARTEP 34-355-MTP ARTEP 34-357-30-MTP ARTEP 34-358-30-MTP ARTEP 34-387-30-MTP ARTEP 34-393-30-MTP ARTEP 34-397-30-MTP ARTEP 34-399-10-MTP ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Gather Intelligence (34-OPFOR-1008)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements, operating in the rear area, are planning attacks on enemy bases. Information is needed before plans are finalized.
STANDARD: All Priority Intelligence Requests and other intelligence requirements were identified. Passed through any outpost, defensive wire, or warning device undetected. Moved to an observation point that offered cover and concealment and was close enough to gather required information. Gathered data which answered intelligence requirements. Withdrew from area undetected. All information of value was reported to OPFOR headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-0PFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: DEFEND DANGER AREA (07-0PFOR-1108)
CONDITION: The OPFOR is defending a danger area.
STANDARD: 1. Detect the crossing.2. Surprise the main body.3. Decisively engage the unit.4. Prevent the unit from crossing at its chosen location.5. Inflict at least one casualty on the team.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004) CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Sniper Operations (34-OPFOR-1005)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has received a sniper mission from headquarters. Snipers are assigned missions in the enemy rear area along major supply routes and near support sites.
STANDARD: Infiltrated enemy area of operations and set up a well concealed location. Vehicle drivers or personnel on foot were engaged with short bursts of semiautomatic fire. Selected targets were killed or wounded. Prevented position from being discovered and evacuated the area without being detected. Results of the operation were reported to OPFOR headquarters.
TASK: Maintain Contact (34-0PFOR-1011)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is tactically engaged with enemy base defense forces. Enemy forces are withdrawing under pressure.
STANDARD: The enemy forces were engaged decisively. As the enemy withdrew, the unit or force advanced maintaining contact.
TASK: Attack (34-0PFOR-1010)
CONDITION: Enemy rear area support base has been located. PIR's and other intelligence requirements have been obtained by OPFOR patrols. Element has automatic and anti-armor weapons, and light mortars. Element is approximately the size of two platoons.
STANDARD: An attack plan was developed. An attack was initiated using a scheme of maneuver that exploited enemy flanks, gaps, and weaknesses. Covered and concealed routes were used to approach enemy areas. Employed indirect fire to support attack. Penetrated enemy defenses. Destroyed .-equipment and supplies, inflicted casualties, isolated the support base, and blocked reinforcements. The enemy unit was forced to displace.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
ELEMENT: THREE GSR SOD
TASK: Cross Water Obstacle (07-5-1109.34-0001) (FM 7-8). (FM 90-13). (FM 90-8)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The team must cross a water obstacle. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The team successfully crossed the water obstacle and assembled on the far-side. The team used the proper waterproofing techniques to prevent damage to equipment. The team ensured sufficient mission essential equipment remained intact to successfully accomplish the mission. The team remained undetected.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. The team leader selects a crossing site based on mission, enemy, terrain, troops-time and civilian considerations.

*
2. The team leader emplaces security at the crossing site.

*
3. The assistant team leader supervises personnel preparation for water crossing.

*
4. Team members maintain light and noise discipline.

5.
To prepare for the water crossing, team members waterproof all water-sensitive
items, unblouse trousers, and unbuckle chin straps on helmets.

6.
The team crosses the water obstacle using one of the following techniques:

a.
One-rope bridge;

b.
Two-rope bridge:

c.
Poncho rafts;

d.
Air mattresses;

e.
Waterproof bags;

f.
Empty canteens;

g.
Water wings (made from extra trousers);

h.
Boats (military or civilian).

7.
The far-side security team crosses the water obstacle first, using the selected
technique.

8.
A team member sets up far-side security.

9.
The rest of the team members cross the obstacle, gather equipment, and occupy
security positions on the far side.

10.
The team leader accounts for all personnel and equipment.

11.
The team sterilizes the crossing site.

*12. The team moves out of the area of the water obstacle as soon as possible and continues the mission.
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
031-503-3004(SL2) SUPERVISE THE CROSSING OF A STP 21-24-SMCT
CONTAMINATED AREA
071-326-0502(SL1) Move Under Direct Fire STP 21-1-SMCT
071-326-0503(SL1) Move Over, Through, or Around Obstacles STP 21-1-SMCT
(Except Minefields)
071-326-0510(SL1) React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted STP 21-1-SMCT
071-326-0511(SL1) React to Flares STP 21-1-SMCT
071-326-0608(SL2) Use Visual Signaling Techniques STP 21-24-SMCT
071-326-5705(SL2) Establish an Obs.ervation Post STP 21-24-SMCT
071-329-1006(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Dismounted
071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT
071-331-0804(SL1) Perform Surveillance Without the Aid of STP 21-1-SMCT
Electronic Devices
071-710-0006(SL1) Plan Use of Night Vision Devices STP 21-1-SMCT
081-831-1046(SL1) TRANSPORT A CASUALTY STP 21-1-SMCT
081-831-1054(SL2) EVACUATE CASUALTIES STP 21-24-SMCT
113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio STP 21-1-SMCT
181-105-2002(SL2) Conduct Combat Operations According to the STP 21-24-SMCT
Law of War
191-380-0109(SL4) PLAN PATROL ACTIVITIES STP 21-24-SMCT
805C-PAD-2461(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status STP 21-24-SMCT
Report)
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HO requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements.
Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Gather Intelligence (34-OPFOR-1008)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements, operating in the rear area, are planning attacks on enemy bases. Information is needed before plans are finalized.
STANDARD: All Priority Intelligence Requests and other intelligence requirements were identified. Passed through any outpost, defensive wire, or warning device undetected. Moved to an observation point that offered cover and concealment and was close enough to gather required information. Gathered data which answered intelligence requirements. Withdrew from area undetected. All information of value was reported to OPFOR headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: DEFEND WATER OBSTACLE (07-0PFOR-1109)
CONDITION: The OPFOR is ordered to defend a water obstacle.
STANDARD: 1. Detect the crossing.2. Surprise the main body.3. Fix the unit.4. Prevent the unit from crossing at its chosen location.
TASK: Conduct Sniper Operations (34-0PFOR-1005)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has received a sniper mission from headquarters. Snipers are assigned missions in the enemy rear area along major supply routes and near support sites.
STANDARD: Infiltrated enemy area of operations and set up a well concealed location. Vehicle drivers or personnel on foot were engaged with short bursts of semiautomatic fire. Selected targets were killed or wounded. Prevented position from being discovered and evacuated the area without being detected. Results of the operation were reported to OPFOR headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004) CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
TASK: Attack (34-0PFOR-1010)
CONDITION: Enemy rear area support base has been located. PIR's and other intelligence requirements have been obtained by OPFOR patrols. Element has automatic and anti-armor weapons, and light mortars. Element is approximately the size of two platoons.
STANDARD: An attack plan was developed. An attack was initiated using a scheme of maneuver that exploited enemy flanks, gaps, and weaknesses. Covered and concealed routes were used to approach enemy areas. Employed indirect fire to support attack. Penetrated enemy defenses. Destroyed equipment and supplies, inflicted casualties, isolated the support base, and blocked reinforcements. The enemy unit was forced to displace.
TASK: Conduct Electronic Warfare (34-OPFOR-1012)
CONDITION: OPFOR employs collection and direction finding assets (ground and air), to monitor and locate enemy forces.
STANDARD: The positions of enemy command, intelligence, and logistics units were located. The locations of the positions were forwarded to OPFOR headquarters. Jamming signals were used against enemy radio receivers. Enemy radio nets were monitored and all information of intelligence value was reported to OPFOR HQ.
ELEMENT: THREE GSR SQD
TASK: Establish Surveillance Site (Dismounted) (07-5-1111.34-0001) (FM 7-93)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The team has occupied an objective rally point and/or is preparing to occupy an intercept/surveillance site while moving dismounted. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The team established a site that allows surveillance of the named area of interest or position to conduct voice intercept but cannot be easily detected. The team begins operations in the objective area no later than the time designated in the operations order. The team maintains security throughout the mission, and remains undetected.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. The team leader issues the following to the intercept and/or surveillance site teams before they depart:

a.
Five-point contingency plan;

b.
Rendezvous plan;

c.
Primary and alternate rally points;

d.
Communications plan.

2. The intercept/surveillance team departs in a controlled and secure manner using
the terrain for cover and concealment.

a.
The team implements counter tracking measures.

b.
The team periodically performs radio checks with platoon CP during the
movement.

3. The intercept/surveillance team approaches the intercept/surveillance site and:
a.
Uses the fishhook method when the situation allows;

b.
Conducts a listening halt for 10 to 15 minutes;

c.
Pinpoints the objective;

d.
Reconnoiters the alternate intercept/surveillance site;

e.
Informs the platoon CP of any changes to the plan.

4.
The team maintains security throughout the operation.

5.
The team keeps equipment not in use packed in rucksacks.

*
6. The team leader ensures site is camouflaged and complies with mission, enemy, terrain, troops-time and civilian considerations and FM communications are attainable.

*
7. The team leader ensures site is functional.

a.
Ensures site is wide enough and long enough to accommodate personnel.

b.
Ensures team members camouflage all rucksacks.

c.
Ensures at least one team member provides security at all times and
Claymores are emplaced.

d.
Ensures the site has overhead concealment and is not easily detectable.

' 8. The team leader issues the following plans:
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO
a.
Security plan;

b.
Alert plan;

c.
Evacuation plan;

d.
Rendezvous plan.

9.
Once site is fully established, intercept/surveillance team reports to platoon CP.

10.
The team prepares a withdrawal plan.

a.
Procedures.

b.
Routes.

c.
Sterilization.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
NO-GO
TOTAL
ITERATION 1 2 3 4
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title
031-503-1015(SL1) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH THE APPROPRIATE MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR
031-503-1023(SL2) PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN CHANGING MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR
052-191-1361(SL1) CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR
INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT 071-325-4425(SL1) Employ an M18A1 Claymore Mine 071-326-0510(SL1) React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted 071-326-0513(SL1) Select Temporary Fighting Positions 071-326-5705(SL2) Establish an Observation Post 071-326-5805(SL3) Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission 071-329-1006(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to
Another Point While Dismounted 071-331-0804(SL1) Perform Surveillance Without the Aid of
Electronic Devices 071-331-0815(SL1) Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline 071-710-0006(SL1) Plan Use of Night Vision Devices 181-105-2002(SL2) Conduct Combat Operations According to the
Law of War 191-380-0109(SL4) PLAN PATROL ACTIVITIES 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and
Risk Mgt Process 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard 850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
5 M
References
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS ..
Task Number Task Title References
.
07-5-1110 Establish Hide Site
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conthict Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy
movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and
equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Conduct Sniper Operations (34-OPFOR-1005)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has received a sniper mission from headquarters. Snipers are assigned
missions in the enemy rear area along major supply routes and near support sites.
STANDARD: Infiltrated enemy area of operations and set up a well concealed location. Vehicle drivers or personnel on foot were engaged with short bursts of semiautomatic fire. Selected targets were killed or wounded. Prevented position from being discovered and evacuated the area without being detected. Results of the operation were reported to OPFOR headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Attack (34-0PFOR-1010)
CONDITION: Enemy rear area support base has been located. PIR's and other intelligence requirements have been obtained by OPFOR patrols. Element has automatic and anti-armor weapons, and light mortars. Element is approximately the size of two platoons.
STANDARD: An attack plan was developed. An attack was initiated using a scheme of maneuver that exploited enemy flanks, gaps, and weaknesses. Covered and concealed routes were used to approach enemy areas. Employed indirect fire to support attack. 'Penetrated enemy defenses. Destroyed equipment and supplies, inflicted casualties, isolated the support base, and blocked reinforcements. The enemy unit was forced to displace.
ELEMENTS: SERVICE SPT PLT HQ GSR PLT HQ AIR RECON PLT HQ 3 C&J PLATOON HQ ELEC WARFARE PLT HQ ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ OPS SPT PLT HQ COMMUNICATIONS PLT HQ COMPANY COMPANY HEADQUARTERS
TASK: Execute Actions on Contact (17-3-1021.34-0001) (FM 17-95)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The platoon is conducting tactical operations as part of a tactical operation. Contact is immediate. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The platoon reacted to the contact. The platoon leader reports the contact to higher headquarters. Platoon developed the situation based on the commander's intent while retaining sufficient combat power to continue the mission. The platoon successfully accomplished the course of action directed by the commander. No friendly unit suffered casualties or equipment damage as a result of fratricide.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Platoon reacts to the situation as appropriate.
a. Reacts when contact entails enemy fire.
(1)
Returns fire immediately to destroy or suppress the enemy.

(2)
Immediately alerts the rest of the platoon/team with a contact report.

(3)
Takes evasive actions to seek cover and concealment, evade enemy fire, and/or break contact.

(4)
Sends initial contact report to the commander.

b.
Reacts when contact is visual and/or does not involve fire.

(1)
Immediately alerts the rest of the platoon with a contact report.

(2)
Sends an initial spot report to platoon leader.

*
2. Platoon leader/platoon sergeant deploys platoon and reports the situation.

a.
Orders platoon to seek the best available covered and concealed
position(s) (must afford unobstructed observation and fields of fire).

b.
Platoon sergeant directs elements not in contact to establish a hasty
defense and await further guidance from the platoon leader.

c.
Immediately sends contact report to higher headquarters followed by an
initial spot report.

*
3. Platoon leader evaluates and develops the situation.

a.
Element(s) in contact evaluate the situation quickly.

(1)
Determine enemy size, composition, activity, orientation, and location of weapons systems.

(2)
Search (physically or visually) for antitank ditches, minefields, wire, or other obstacles that could define a fire sack.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
(3) Search (physically or visually) for the flanks of the enemy and any
elements that could mutually support enemy position(s).
(4) Based on a fully developed situation, send updated spot report (with
possible courses of action (COA)) to the platoon leader/platoon
sergeant.
b. Platoon leader/platoon sergeant analyzes spot reports and other tactical
information as required to make an assessment of the situation.
c. Platoon leader/platoon sergeant directs the actions of elements not in
contact in a manner that supports the elements in contact.
AND/OR
d. Platoon leader/platoon sergeant directs elements not in contact to continue
the mission in accordance with the OPORD/FRAGO.
• 4. Platoon leader/platoon sergeant develop the situation as required.
a. Ensure the platoon's actions allow for survivability and mission
accomplishment.
b. Send an updated spot report to the commander.
* 5. Platoon leader selects appropriate COA based on the commander's intent,
METT-TC, his analysis of the situation, and input from elements in contact.
a. Directs platoon to execute original COA (as previously addressed in the
OPORD) if it is consistent with the commander's intent/concept and is within
the platoon's capability.
OR
b. Based on the situation, issues FRAGO to refine the plan, ensuring it
supports the commander's intent.
OR
c. Directs platoon to establish hasty defense/support by fire position and takes
further guidance from the commander.
OR
d. Chooses alternate COA based on evaluation of the situation.
• 6. If the situation dictates a change to the original plan, platoon leader recommends
alternate COA.
a. Sends recommendation to the commander.
b. Receives orders to execute the COA selected by the commander.
• 7. Based on the situation and the commander's order, platoon leader directs
platoon to execute COA.
a. Conducts coordination with other elements as necessary to obtain support.
b. Issues order for the COA.
(1) Directs platoon to break contact and bypass.
OR
(2) Directs platoon to maintain contact and bypass.
OR
(3) Directs platoon to establish a hasty defense by occupying support by
fire positions.
8. Platoon executes selected or refined COA.
a. Platoon leader/platoon sergeant keeps higher headquarters informed at all
times throughout the operation.
b. Platoon/team leader adjusts COA during execution as situation dictates.
c. Continues to execute COA until it accomplishes the original mission,
receives FRAGO from the commander, or is ordered to execute
consolidation and reorganization on the objective.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title
01-9017.02-0002 Conduct a Battle Analysis
03-0170.01-1005 Perform Wartime Strength Accounting at Unit Level
04-3303.02-0014 Prepare Platoon or Company Combat Orders
071-008-0007(SL1) Engage Targets with an M16A1 or M16A2
Rifle Using an AN/PAS-13 Series Thermal
Sight 071-010-0006(SL1) Engage Targets with an M249 Machine Gun 071-030-0004(SL1) Engage Targets with an MK19 Machine Gun 071-100-0003(SL1) Engage Targets with an M4 or M4A1 Carbine 071-311-2130(SL1) Engage Targets with an M203 Grenade
Launcher 071-315-2308(SL1) Engage Targets with an M16A1 or M16A2
Rifle Using a Night Vision Sight AN/PVS-4 071-325-4407(SL1) Employ Hand Grenades 071-326-0502(SL1) Move Under Direct Fire 071-326-0511(SL1) React to Flares.. 071-326-0513(SL1) Select Temporary Fighting Positions 071-326-5502(SL2) Issue a Fragmentary Order 071-326-5775(SL4) Coordinate with an Adjacent Platoon 071-329-1006(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to
Another Point While Dismounted 071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to
Another Point While Mounted
071-410-0002(SL1) React to Direct Fire While Mounted
071-410-0019(SL3) Control Organic Fires
071-430-0002(SL2) Conduct a Defense by a Squad
071-430-0003(SL3) Consolidate a Squad Following Enemy
Contact While in the Defense
071-430-0004(SL3) Reorganize a Squad Following Enemy
Contact While in the Defense
071-430-0006(SL4) Conduct a Defense by a Platoon
071-430-0007(SL4) Consolidate a Platoon Following Enemy
Contact While in the Defense
071-430-0008(SL4) Reorganize a Platoon Following Enemy
Contact While in the Defense
071-710-0006(SL1) Plan Use of Night Vision Devices
071-720-0015(S L3) Conduct an Area Reconnaissance by a
Platoon
5 M
References
STP 21-11-MQS STP 21-I-MQS STP 21-1I-MQS
STP 21-1-MQS STP 21-11-MQS STP 21-I-MQS STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT

TOTAL
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced
enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed
all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Sniper Operations (34-OPFOR-1005)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has received a sniper mission from headquarters. Snipers are assigned
missions in the enemy rear area along major supply routes and near support sites.
STANDARD: Infiltrated enemy area of operations and set up a well concealed location. Vehicle drivers or personnel on foot were engaged with short bursts of semiautomatic fire. Selected targets were killed or wounded. Prevented position from being discovered and evacuated the area without being detected. Results of the operation were reported to OPFOR headquarters.
TASK: Attack (34-OPFOR-1010)
CONDITION: Enemy rear area support base has been located. PIR's and other intelligence requirements have been obtained by OPFOR patrols. Element has automatic and anti-armor weapons, and light mortars. Element is approximately the size of two platoons.
STANDARD: An attack plan was developed. An attack was initiated using a scheme of maneuver that exploited enemy flanks, gaps, and weaknesses. Covered and concealed routes were used to approach enemy areas. Employed indirect fire to support attack. Penetrated enemy defenses. Destroyed equipment and supplies, inflicted casualties, isolated the support base, and blocked reinforcements. The enemy unit was forced to displace.
TASK: Maintain Contact (34-0PFOR-1011)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is tactically engaged with enemy base defense forces. Enemy forces are withdrawing under pressure.
STANDARD: The enemy forces were engaged decisively. As the enemy withdrew, the unit or force advanced maintaining contact.
TASK: Engage with Indirect Fires (34-OPFOR-1033)
CONDITION: OPFOR unit or observation post is deployed observing a likely avenue of approach. Threat forces are conducting tactical movement along the avenue of approach. OPFOR has communications with supporting indirect fire assets.
STANDARD: Threat forces are detected without giving away OPFOR locations. Detected threat forces are engaged with indirect fires resulting in threat losses, suppression, or neutralization.
ELEMENT: THREE GSR SQD
TASK: Break Contact (34-5-1117)
.
(FM 7-8) (FM 34-2-1). (FM 7-92)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDERILEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The team/squad is moving or stationary. The enemy fires on the team/squad. The team/squad leader orders the team/squad to break contact. Rules of engagement have been published. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The team/squad moves to where the enemy can not observe or place direct fire on it. The team/squad continues follow-on operations. The US forces comply with the ROE.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. The team/squad leader gives the order to break contact.

a.
Directs team member(s) in contact to support the disengagement of the
remainder of personnel.

b.
Orders the movement of the rernainder of the team/squad to a recognizable
terrain feature or to the last rally point to establish a subsequent fire support
area.

2. The base-of-fire element continues to suppress the threat.
a.
Maintains effective direct fire against specified targets.

b.
Uses indirect fire to suppress the threat and conceal movement.

c.
Uses smoke to conceal movement of friendly personnel (hand held or
M203).

3. The movement element begins its disengagement.
a.
Uses fragmentation, concussion, and smoke grenades to conceal
movement.

b.
Takes up the designated position and engages the threat position.

*
4. The team/squad leader directs the base-of-fire element to move to its next location.

a.
Uses the appropriate movement technique based on the volume and
accuracy of threat fire.

b.
Takes up the next designated position and engages the threat position.

5. The team/squad continues to bound away from the threat.
a.
Continues to suppress the threat as it breaks contact.

b.
Element continues bounding until it breaks contact or passes through a
higher level support-by-fire position.

c.
Changes the direction of movement once contact is broken to reduce the
ability of the threat to place effective indirect fire on the unit.

d.
Moves to the last designated rally point in the absence of a leader's
instructions.

*
6. The team/squad leader moves the team/squad to the final rally point.

a.
Accounts for personnel and equipment.

b.
Reorganizes as required in accordance with unit's tactical standing


.operating procedures.

c.
Reports to the platoon leader.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number. Task Title References
04-3306.01-0001 Control Movement Techniques STP 21-II-MQS
STP 21-I-MQS 061-283-6003(SL2) ADJUST INDIRECT FIRE STP 21-24-SMCT 071-008-0007(SL1) Engage Targets with an M16A1 or M16A2 STP 21-1-SMCT
Rifle Using an AN/PAS-13 Series Thermal
Sight 071-311-2025(SL1) Maintain an M16A1 or-M16A2 Rifle STP 21-1-SMCT 071-311-2125(SL1) Maintain an M203 Grenade Launcher STP 21-1-SMCT 071-311-2127(SL1) Load an M203 Grenade Launcher STP 21-1-SMCT 071-311-2128(SL1) Unload an M203 Grenade Launcher STP 21-1-SMCT 071-311-2129(SL1) Correct Malfunctions of an M203 Grenade STP 21-1-SMCT
Launcher 071-311-2130(SL1) Engage Targets with an M203 Grenade STP 21-1-SMCT Launcher 071-312-3007(SL1) Prepare a Range Card for an M60 Machine STP 21-1-SMCT
Gun 071-312-3025(SL1) Maintain an M60 Machine Gun STP 21-1-SMCT 071-312-3027(SL1) Load an M60 Machine Gun STP 21-1-SMCT 071-312-3028(SL1) Unload an M60 Machine Gun STP 21-1-SMCT 071-312-3031(SL1) Engage Targets with an M60 Machine Gun STP 21-1-SMCT 071-315-2308(SL1) Engage Targets with an M16A1 or M16A2 STP 21-1-SMCT
Rifle Using a Night Vision Sight AN/PVS-4 071-325-4401(SL1) Perform Safety Checks on.Hand Grenades STP 21-1-SMCT 071-325-4407(SL1) Employ Hand Grenades STP 21-1-SMCT 071-326-0502(SL1) Move Under Direct Fire STP 21-1-SMCT 071-326-0503(SL1) Move Over, Through, or Around Obstacles STP 21-1-SMCT
(Except Minefields) 071-326-0510(SL1) React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted STP 21-1-SMCT 071-326-0513(SL1) Select Temporary Fighting Positions STP 21-1-SMCT 071-326-0515 SELECT A MOVEMENT ROUTE USING A STP 21-24-SMCT
MAP 071-326-5775(SL4) Coordinate with an Adjacent Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT 071-326-5805(SL3) Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission STP 21-24-SMCT 071-329-1006(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Dismounted 101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT cleanliness, and serviceability 181-105-1001(SL1) Comply with the Law of War and the Geneva STP 21-1-SMCT and Hague Conventions 181-105-2001(SL2) Enforce the Law of War and the Geneva and STP 21-24-SMCT Hague Conventions
TOTAL
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SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
181-105-2002(SL2) Conduct Combat Operations According to the STP 21-24-SMCT
Law of War
805C-PAD-2461(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status STP 21-24-SMCT
Report)

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-0PFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy
movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced
enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed
all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission
were reported to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was
surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element
from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation.
Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Sniper Operations (34-OPFOR-1005)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has received a sniper mission from headquarters. Snipers are assigned missions in the enemy rear area along major supply routes and near support sites.
STANDARD: Infiltrated enemy area of operations and set up a well concealed location. Vehicle drivers or personnel on foot were engaged with short bursts of semiautomatic fire. Selected targets were killed or wounded. Prevented position from being discovered and evacuated the area without being detected. Results of the operation were reported to OPFOR headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Attack (34-0PFOR-1010)
CONDITION: Enemy rear area support base has been located. PIR's and other intelligence requirements have been obtained by OPFOR patrols. Element has automatic and anti-armor weapons, and light mortars. Element is approximately the size of two platoons.
STANDARD: An attack plan was developed. An attack was initiated using a scheme of maneuver that exploited enemy flanks, gaps, and weaknesses. Covered and concealed routes were used to approach enemy areas. Employed indirect fire to support attack. Penetrated enemy defenses. Destroyed equipment and supplies, inflicted casualties, isolated the support base, and blocked reinforcements. The enemy unit was forced to displace.
TASK: Maintain Contact (34-0PFOR-1011)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is tactically engaged with enemy base defense forces. Enemy forces are
withdrawing under pressure.
STANDARD: The enemy forces were engaged decisively. As the enemy withdrew, the unit or force advanced maintaining contact.
ELEMENTS: GSR PLT HQ OPS SPT PLT HQ 3 C&J PLATOON HQ COMMUNICATIONS PLT HQ SERVICE SPT PLT HQ AIR RECON PLT HQ ELEC WARFARE PLT HQ THREE GSR SQD THREE VOICE COLL TM THREE HFNHF ECM TM COMPANY COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ ACE FOUR ELEC WARFARE TM COUNTER INTEL TM INTERROGATION TM THREE TRANS/ANAL TM
TASK: Move Tactically (07-3-C211.34-0001) (FM 7-7). (FM 7-10) (FM 7-20) (STP 7-11 B24-SM-TG)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3 4.
5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: While conducting tactical operations as part of a task force, the platoon receives an OPFORD/FRAGO directing it to conduct tactical movement. The order includes graphic control measures for movement; it may or may not designate the route or axis of advance. Enemy contact may or may not be expected during the movement. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The platoon moves on the route or axis of advance using formations and techniques of movement as specified in the OPORD/FRAGO or as directed by their platoon leader. As necessary, the platoon adjusts the route/axis, formation, and/or movement technique in response to the changing probability of enemy contact and/or changes in the tactical situation. Maintains movement security at all times.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Platoon leader conducts troop-leading procedures, with emphasis on the following planning considerations:

a.
Executes the eight troop-leading steps as thoroughly as the tactical
situation permits.

b.
Develops a thorough mission analysis, focusing on the factors of mission,
enemy, terrain, troops-time and civilian considerations (METT-TC). Assign
all squads an area of responsibility.

c.
Conducts reconnaissance and develops a movement plan as time permits.
Direct squad leaders to assign individual areas of responsibility.

d.
Plan the use of dismounts when any of the following condition apply:

(1)
Detailed reconnaissance is required.

(2)
Stealth is required

(3)
Enemy contact is expected or visual contact has been made.

(4)
Vehicle movement is restricted by terrain.

(5)
Time is not limited

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
(6) Security is the primary concern.
e. Initiates movement to designated route or sector as required to support the
plan.
' 2. Determine appropriate movement route, technique, and formation based on
mission analysis and reconnaissance.
a. Select movement route that provides adequate cover and concealment
(unless specified in the OPORD/FRAGO).
b. Selects technique of movement based on METT-TC (unless specified in the
OPORD/FRAGO).
(1) Selects traveling technique when speed is necessary and enemy
contact is not likely. OR
(2) Selects traveling overwatch technique when speed is necessary, but
enemy contact is possible. OR
(3) Selects bounding overwatch technique when enemy contact is
expected or when crossing a danger area.
( a) Selects alternate bounding method when a secure, but more
rapid, advance is required.
( b) Selects successive bounding methods when maximum security
and ease of control are required.
c. Selects movement formation based on METT-TC (unless specified in the
OPORD/FRAGO or unit SOP.
(1) Selects column formation when speed is critical, when the platoon is
moving through restrictive terrain on a specific route, and/or when
enemy contact is not likely. OR
(2) Selects staggered column formation when speed is critical, when there
is limited area for lateral dispersion, and/or when enemy contact is not
likely..OR
(3) Selects vee formation when terrain restricts movement or when
overwatch within the platoon is required. OR •
(4) Selects line formation when the commander specifies maximum
reconnaissance forward and/or multiple separate reconnaissance
sources.
3. Employ the selected technique of movement and formation.
a. Uses the correct visual signal and/or voice command. OR
b. Uses graphic control measures or other cues to initiate the technique of
movement.
* 4. Designate the movement technique to be used based on METT-TC
considerations.
a. As ordered, employs traveling techniques of movements.
(1) Assumes correct order of march as directed.
(2) Moves continuously as one unit, with one element trailing the other.
(3) Maintains interval and dispersion between vehicles as terrain and
weather permit.
(4) Uses terrain driving techniques by individual vehicles to reduce
exposure.
. (5) Maintains visual contact between lead and trail elements.
(6) As much as possible, maintains team integrity and organizes the
formation for the ease of deployment for the upcoming mission.
(7) Maintains areas of responsibility for observation and fire to ensure 360
degree security.
b. As ordered, employs traveling overwatch technique of movement.
(1) Choose the appropriate formation

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
(
a) Team vee

(
b) Team wedge

(2)
Assumes positions as lead and tail elements as designated.

(3)
Lead elements moves continuously while the trail element halts
periodically at vantage points from which it can provide
overwatch/support by fi re for the lead elements

(4)
Uses terrain driving (when mounted) techniques by individual vehicles
to reduce exposure.

(5)
Maintain command and control of platoon/team, using hand-and-arm
signals of FM communications as the terrain allows

(6)
Maintains 360 degree security.

(7)
Scouts as necessary to maintain security.

c.
As ordered, employs bounding overwatch technique of movement..

(1)
Assumes appropriate formation (team vee or team wedge) as
designated.

(2)
Assumes positions as lead (bounding) and trail (overwatch) elements
as designated.

(3)
Executes the following actions when using alternate bounds:

(
a) The designated overwatch element (called A team in this example; it can also be a single vehicle) occupies fi ring positions that afford optimum fields of observation and fire and provides overwatch/support by fire or the bounding element (team B in this example).

(
b) Once team A reports "SET", team B begins its bound past team A, taking care not to obstruct the overwatch element's fields of observation and fire (lAW METT-TC)

(
c) Team B occupies overwatch/SBF position within observation range of team A and no more than half the distance of the maximum effective range of team A's main weapon system.

(
d) Once team B reports "SET", team A begins its bound in the direction of team B's position.

(
e) Team A occupies the position an overwatch/SBF position abreast of team B, taking care not obstruct fields of observation and fire (lAW METT-TC).

(
f) The two elements/vehicles repeat this sequence of bounding until the platoon/team halt or the technique of movement is changed.

(
g) Platoon/team dismounts scouts as necessary to provide security.

5. Platoon/team moves using appropriate formation as directed by the platoon/team leader.
a. Executes column formation.
(1)
Briefs team leaders on the route of march(and specifies use of way
points..

(2)
Position himself where the platoon can most effectively execute the
formation and where he can best command and control the platoon..

(3)
direct teams to move to designated position with in the formation.

(4)
Ensures proper intervals and speed is maintained.

(5)
Provides 360 degree security.

b.
Executes staggered column formation

(1)
Brief team leaders on the route of march, specifies use of waypoints.

(2)
Positions himself where the platoon can most effectively execute the
formation and where he can best command and control the platoon

.. TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
(3)
Directs teams to move into designated positions within the formation,
with individuals staggered on alternate sides of the prescribe route and
the trail sections positioned to provide overwatch for the lead section,
as necessary..

(4)
Ensure soldiers maintain proper lateral dispersion, interval and speed.

(5)
Provide 360 degree security.

c.
Exdcute a vee formation

(1)
Platoon leader deploys team C, Platoon Sergeant deploys team B.

(2)
A and B teams reconnoiter forward while team C provides
overwatch/support by fire.

(3)
Ensure soldiers maintain positions so that the trail team can monitoring
the lead teams' movement.

(4)
Ensures soldiers maintain proper later dispersion, interval and speed.

(5)
Provide security to the front and flanks.

d.
Execute a line formation

(1)
Platoon deploys in linear configuration, allowing maximum
reconnaissance forward.

(2)
Platoon leader deploys team C; Platoon Sergeant should deploy team

B.

(3)
Ensure soldiers maintain proper lateral dispersion, interval, and speed.

(4)
Provide security to the front

6. Platoon executes herringbone or coil formation when it must establish local security during a halt or at the completion of tactical movement.
a. Executes a herring bone formation when the platoon makes a scheduled or
unscheduled halt (assume a hasty defense with 360 degree security while
remaining postured to resume movement in the direction of travel.

(1)
Uses graphic control measures or a cue to initiate the formation
change. or

(2)
Uses proper voice command or visual signals.

(3)
Directs soldiers to move into covered and concealed positions on
alternating sides of the route.

(4)
Directs soldiers to orient outward and maintain proper dispersion.

(5)
Maintain 360 degree security.

(6)
In an unscheduled halt, take the following actions.

(
a) Determine the cause of the halt.

(
b) Inform leaders of the halt and its cause.

(
c) Develop a course of action.

(
d) Resume movement as soon as possible.

(7) In a scheduled halt, take the following actions.
(
a) Direct platoon to perform maintenance operations.

(
b) Direct platoon to conduct resupply operations if required.

b.
Executes a coil formation when the platoon/team is operating independently

and must establish 360 degrees of security during extended halts or lulls in
combat IAW METT-TC factors

(1)
Uses graphic control measures or a cute to initiate the formation
change. or

(2)
Uses proper voice command or visual signal.

(3)
In a HMMWV, vehicles move into designated positions within the
formation. These steps apply:

(
a) A Team occupies a cover and concealed position in the direction of travel (12 o'clock).

(
b) B Team occupies a covered and concealed position at 3 o'clock.

(
c) C Team occupies a covered and concealed position at 9 o'clock.

(
d) D Team occupies a covered and concealed position at 6 o'clock.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
( e) Headquarters team occupies a covered and concealed position in
the center of the formation.

(4)
Orient vehicles outward and maintains proper dispersion IAW METT-TC and/or OPORD/FRAGO.

(5)
Orient weapons outward to maintain 360 degree security.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title
04-3306.01-0001 Control Movement Techniques
071-326-0502(SL1) Move Under Direct Fire 071-326-0503(SL1) Move Over, Through, or Around Obstacles
(Except Minefields) 071-326-0510(SL1) React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted 071-326-0515 SELECT A MOVEMENT ROUTE USING A
MAP 071-326-3002(SL1) React to Indirect Fire While Mounted 071-326-5630 CONDUCT MOVEMENT TECHNIQUES BY A
PLATOON 071-329-1006(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted 071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to
Another Point While Mounted 191-380-0109( SL4 ) PLAN PATROL ACTIVITIES 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and
Risk Mgt Process 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard 850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
5 M TOTAL
References
STP 21-11-MQS STP 21-I-MQS STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were
reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons.
Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies
and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy
movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and
equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced
enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed
all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission
were reported to headquarters.
TASK: Maintain Contact (34-0PFOR-1011)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is tactically engaged with enemy base defense forces. Enemy forces are withdrawing under pressure.
STANDARD: The enemy forces were engaged decisively. As the enemy withdrew, the unit or force advanced maintaining contact.
TASK: Conduct Sniper Operations (34-OPFOR-1005)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has received a sniper mission from headquarters. Snipers are assigned missions in the enemy rear area along major supply routes and near support sites.
STANDARD: Infiltrated enemy area of operations and set up a well concealed location. Vehicle drivers or personnel on foot were engaged with short bursts of semiautomatic fire. Selected targets were killed or wounded. Prevented position from being discovered and evacuated the area without being detected. Results of the operation were reported to OPFOR headquarters.
TASK: Attack (34-OPFOR-1010)
CONDITION: Enemy rear area support base has been located. PIR's and other intelligence requirements have been obtained by OPFOR patrols. Element has automatic and anti-armor weapons, and light mortars. Element is approximately the size of two platoons.
STANDARD: An attack plan was developed. An attack was initiated using a scheme of maneuver that exploited enemy flanks, gaps, and weaknesses. Covered and concealed routes were used to approach enemy areas. Employed indirect fire to support attack. Penetrated enemy defenses. Destroyed equipment and supplies, inflicted casualties, isolated the support base, and blocked reinforcements. The enemy unit was forced to displace.
TASK: Conduct Electronic Warfare (34-0PFOR-1012)
CONDITION: OPFOR employs collection and direction finding assets (ground and air), to monitor and
locate enemy forces.
STANDARD: The positions of enemy command, intelligence, and logistics units were located. The
locations of the positions were forwarded to OPFOR headquarters. Jamming signals were used against
enemy radio receivers. Enemy radio nets were monitored and all information of intelligence value was
reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on
a rear area base.

STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned
tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All
personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data
satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENTS: SERVICE SPT PLT HQ GSR PLT HQ AIR RECON PLT HQ 3 C&J PLATOON HQ ELEC WARFARE PLT HQ OPS SPT PLT HQ COMMUNICATIONS PLT HQ COMPANY COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ
TASK: Perform a Tactical Road March (07-3-C227.34-0001) (FM 21-18). (FM 7-10) (FM 7-70) (FM 7-8)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The platoon has received an OPORD/FRAGO, completed with graphics to conduct a tactical road march as part of brigade task force operation. The order specifies the arrival time at the SP as well as the march speed, interval, and order of march. All planning and preparation are complete, including reconnaissance to determine the time-distance factor to the start point. Enemy contact is not expected. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The platoon moves through the start point, check points, and release point at the times specified in the OPORD/FRAGO and completes movement to the location designated in the order.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Platoon leader initiates road march and controls platoon movement toward the start point.

a.
Directs platoon to begin movement using designated formation, movement
technique, and vehicle interval and speed.

b.
Position himself where he can best control the movement of the platoon.

c.
Uses visual signals or FM radio to communicate with platoon in accordance
with OPORD/FRAGO or unit SOP.

2. Conduct the road movement.
a.
Cross start point at the designated time.

b.
Maintain personnel and vehicle intervals and rate of march specified in the
order or unit SOP.

c.
Follow the prescribed route.

3. Maintain local security throughout the movement.
a.
Maintain all-around observation at all times to include air guards.

b.
Orient as directed to establish unit local security.

4. Report and react to enemy contact.
a.
Report and react in accordance with directions in OPORD.

b.
Report and react in accordance with unit SOP.

5.
.Unit halts.

a.
Conduct halt at regular intervals in accordance with unit SOP (as the
tactical situation permits) to rest troops, adjust and redistribute equipment,
and perform foot hygiene.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
b.
Position element to provide all-around security.

c.
Report all halts to next higher headquarters.

d.
Position vehicles in a herringbone formation.

e.
Dismount personnel to provide local security.

f.
Check condition of personnel and equipment.

g.
Coordinate with adjacent unit.

h.
Report status to higher headquarters.

*
6. Control the unit.

a.
Use visual, messenger, or radio signals for control throughout the
movement.

b.
Report control measures as directed by the SOP or the order.

c.
Use or modify control measures from the order, as needed.

7. Arrive at the release point at the time specified in the order.
a.
Meet the quartering party guide (if designated).

b.
Pass through the release point without halting.

c.
Report crossing to higher headquarters.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
4 5 M TOTAL
ITERATION 1 2 3
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
071-326-0510(SL1) React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted STP 21-1-SMCT 071-326-0608(SL2) Use Visual Signaling Techniques STP 21-24-SMCT 071-326-3002(SL1) React to Indirect Fire While Mounted STP 21-1-SMCT 071-326-3013(SL3) CONDUCT A TACTICAL ROAD MARCH STP 21-24-SMCT 071-326-5805(SL3) Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission STP 21-24-SMCT 071-329-1006(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Dismounted 071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT 071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Mounted
113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio STP 21-1-SMCT
191-379-4407(SL2) PLAN CONVOY SECURITY OPERATIONS STP 21-24-SMCT
551-88M-0001(SL3) Lead a Convoy Serial/March Unit STP 21-24-SMCT
551-88M-0005(SL1) Operate a Vehicle in a Convoy STP 21-1-SMCT
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT 850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Sniper Operations (34-0PFOR-.1005)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has received a sniper mission from headquarters. Snipers are assigned missions in the enemy rear area along major supply routes and near support sites.
STANDARD: Infiltrated enemy area of operations and set up a well concealed location. Vehicle drivers or personnel on foot were engaged with short bursts of semiautomatic fire. Selected targets were killed or wounded. Prevented position from being discovered and evacuated the area without being detected. Results of the operation were reported to OPFOR headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key
locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies
was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate
of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements.
Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and
storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The
enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were
reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-0PFOR-1001) CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and eqUipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Maintain Contact (34-0PFOR-1011)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is tactically engaged with enemy base defense forces. Enemy forces are withdrawing under pressure.
STANDARD: The enemy forces were engaged decisively. As the enemy withdrew, the unit or force advanced maintaining contact.
TASK: Attack (34-OPFOR-1010)
CONDITION: Enemy rear area support base has been located. PIR's and other intelligence requirements have been obtained by OPFOR patrols. Element has automatic and anti-armor weapons, and light mortars. Element is approximately the size of two platoons.
STANDARD: An attack plan was developed. An attack was initiated using a scheme of maneuver that exploited enemy flanks, gaps, and weaknesses. Covered and concealed routes were used to approach enemy areas. Employed indirect fire to support attack. Penetrated enemy defenses` Destroyed equipment and supplies, inflicted casualties, isolated the support base, and blocked reinforcements. The enemy unit was forced to displace.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on
a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned
tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All
personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data
satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENTS: SERVICE SPT PLT HQ OPS SPT PLT HQ 3 C&J PLATOON HQ COMMUNICATIONS PLT HQ GSR PLT HQ AIR RECON PLT HQ ELEC WARFARE PLT HQ COMPANY COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ
TASK: Occupy Assembly Area (07-3-C228.34-0001) (FM 740). (FM 20-3) (FM 71-1) (FM 7-7). (FM 7-8)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The platoon has been ordered to occupy an assembly area in preparation for combat operations. The enemy has the capability to attack by air, ground and indirect fire. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The platoon moved all personnel and essential equipment into thief assigned positions within the time specified in the operations order. Platoon occupation was not hindered by the enemy. The time required to prepare is increased when conducting this task in mission oriented protective posture-4 (MOPP-4).
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
* 1. Quartering party under the supervision of the platoon leader, moves to the
assembly
are and prepares the area for the main body.

a.
Establish initial site security.

b.
Reconnoiters the area.

c.
Prepare the area in accordance with the tactical standing operating
procedures.

d.
Assign the section sectors.

e.
Check for and mark or remove enemy obstacles and mines.

f.
Check for nuclear, biological, and chemical contamination.

g.
Select crew weapons firing positions and avenues of approach.

h.
Select command post location.

i.
Establish internal/external wire communications.

2. As the platoon enters the assembly area, quartering party members, waiting in
covered and concealed positions, move out to guide them to their designated
areas.

*
3. The platoon establishes and maintains local security from enemy air and ground forces.

a.
Squad leaders confirm defense sectors with platoon leader/platoon
sergeant.

b.
Observation posts are placed on critical avenues of approach, and establish
communications.

c.
Unit maintains noise, light and camouflage discipline.

d.
Conduct patrols in accordance with tactical standing operating procedures.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO
e. Issue a contingency plan in case of enemy contact.
4.
The unit prepares for the next mission in accordance with tactical standing
operating procedures.

5.
The platoon leader/platoon sergeant coordinates, as a minimum, with the
element on the left and right.

a.
Establishes responsibility for overlapping enemy avenues of approach
between adjacent.

b.
Exchanges information on observation posts and unit signals.

6. The platoon leader/platoon sergeant develops a defense plan to occupy
assembly area.

a.
Prepares the defense diagram.

b.
Employs crew served weapons

c.
Establishes left and right perimeters.

d.
Emplaces mines and obstacles, ensuring they are covered by fire.

7.
Forward the defense sketch to the battalion command post; retain one copy for
platoon use.

8.
On leaving the assembly area the following must be accomplished.

a.
Recovers all mines and obstacles.

b.
Eliminates signs of the unit's presence in the area (trash, aiming stakes, communication wire, etc.)

c.
Does not leave anything of intelligence value.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
031-503-3008(SL2) IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED STP 21-24-SMCT PROTECTIVE POSTURE 052-191-1361(SL1) CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR STP 21-1-SMCT INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT
052-191-1362(SL1) CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT STP 21-1-SMCT
052-192-1135(SL1) LOCATE MINES BY PROBING STP 21-1-SMCT
071-022-0015(SL1) Prepare a Range Card for a Caliber .50 M2 STP 21-1-SMCT Machine Gun 071-030-0002(SL1) Prepare a Range Card for an MK19 Machine STP 21-1-SMCT Gun 071-312-4032(SL1) Prepare a Range Card for an M249 Machine STP 21-1-SMCT Gun 071-326-0503(SL1) Move Over, Through, or Around Obstacles STP 21-1-SMCT (Except Minefields)
071-326-0513(SL1) Select Temporary Fighting Positions STP 21-1-SMCT
071-326-5703(SL1) Construct Individual Fighting Positions STP 21-1-SMCT
NO-GO
TOTAL
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
071-326-5704(SL2) Supervise Construction of a Fighting Position STP 21-24-SMCT
071-326-5705(SL2) Establish an Observation Post STP 21-24-SMCT
071-326-5775(SL4) Coordinate with an Adjacent Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT
071-329-1006(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Dismounted
071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Mounted
071-331-0815(SL1) Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline STP 21-1-SMCT
071-410-0012(SL3) Conduct Occupation of an Assembly Area STP 21-24-SMCT
071-430-0002(SL2) Conduct a Defense by a Squad STP 21-24-SMCT
071-430-0006(SL4) Conduct a Defense by a Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT
071-710-0006(SL1) Plan Use of Night Vision Devices STIR 21-1-SMCT
113-600-2001(SL1) Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio STP 21-1-SMCT
805C-PAD-2461(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status STP 21-24-SMCT
Report)
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Gather Intelligence (34-OPFOR-1008)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements, operating in the rear area, are planning attacks on enemy bases.
Information is needed before plans are finalized.
STANDARD: All Priority Intelligence Requests and other intelligence requirements were identified. Passed through any outpost, defensive wire, or warning device undetected. Moved to an observation point that offered cover and concealment and was close enough to gather required information. Gathered data which answered intelligence requirements. Withdrew from area undetected. All information of value was reported to OPFOR headquarters.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-0PFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Maintain Contact (34-OPFOR-1011)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is tactically engaged with enemy base defense forces. Enemy forces are
withdrawing under pressure.
STANDARD: The enemy forces were engaged decisively. As the enemy withdrew, the unit or force
advanced maintaining contact.
TASK: Conduct Sniper Operations (34-OPFOR-1005)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has received a sniper mission from headquarters. Snipers are assigned
missions in the enemy rear area along major supply routes and near support sites.
STANDARD: Infiltrated enemy area of operations and set up a well concealed location. Vehicle drivers or personnel on foot were engaged with short bursts of semiautomatic fire. Selected targets were killed or wounded. Prevented position from being discovered and evacuated the area without being detected. Results of the operation were reported to OPFOR headquarters.
TASK: Attack (34-OPFOR-1010)
CONDITION: Enemy rear area support base has been located. PIR's and other intelligence requirements have been obtained by OPFOR patrols. Element has automatic and anti-armor weapons, and light mortars. Element is approximately the size of two platoons.
STANDARD: An attack plan was developed. An attack was initiated using a scheme of maneuver that
exploited enemy flanks, gaps, and weaknesses. Covered and concealed routes were used to approach
enemy areas. Employed indirect fire to support attack. Penetrated enemy defenses. Destroyed
equipment and supplies, inflicted casualties, isolated the support base, and blocked reinforcements. The
enemy unit was forced to displace.
ELEMENTS: SERVICE SPT PLT HQ GSR PLT HQ AIR RECON PLT HQ 3 C&J PLATOON HQ ELEC WARFARE PLT HQ OPS SPT PLT HQ COMMUNICATIONS PLT HQ COMPANY COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ
TASK: Perform Passage of Lines (07-3-C229.34-0001) (FM 7-10). (FM 7-7) (FM 7-70) (FM 7-8)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The element is operating as a separate unit and is required to conduct a passage of lines. The enemy can attack with indirect fire, aircraft, or company size mounted or dismounted forces. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The unit moved all personnel and equipment through the stationary unit not later than the time specified in the order. The unit main body did not encountered the enemy during the departure from friendly lines and sustained no casualties from friendly fire. The time required to prepare is increased when conducting this task in mission oriented protective posture-4.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO

1. Receive the operations order.

a.
Initiate planning for the operation.

b.
Conduct coordination for the operation.

*.2. The passing force leader meets with the stationary unit leader: a.. Arrange for a specific time.
b. Determine meeting location.
*
3. The passing unit leader coordinates the passage through and reentry of lines with the forward unit leader.

a.
Ensure both unit personnel are aware of each units identification.

b.
Keep stationary unit leader informed as to size of passing unit.

c.
Coordinate time(s) of departure and return.

d.
Define area of operation.

*
4. The passing leader coordinates with the stationary leader.

a.
Exchange enemy intelligence information.

b.
Completes joint reconnaissance of the position.

c.
Explain passing unit scheme of maneuver.

d.
Coordinate recognition signals for the passage both near and far.

e.
Plan for guides and passage control measures.

f.
Coordinate security measure for the passage.

g.
Designate fire support responsibilities and fire plans.
.h. Exchange information on terrain and existing obstacles.

i.
Determine when and where battle hand-over occurs.

j.
Coordinate combat service support (items left on the position).

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
5. Both leaders coordinate specific control measures for the passage.

a.
Plan locations of contact points.

b.
Point out locations of passage points.

c.
Identify release points and battle hand-over line.

d.
Exchange call signs, frequencies, code words, signals, and challenge and
passwords.


6. Both leaders perform leaders reconnaissance of the passage area:

a.
Physically locate the passage-of-lines points.

b.
Identify obstacle locations and safety lines.

c.
Point out release points.

d.
Physically reconnoiter the assembly area (for rearward passage).

e.
Identify contact points.

f.
Walk the stationary force positions.

g.
Identify combat support and combat service support elements (command
posts, observation posts, and antiarmor and mortar positions).

h.
Ensure reconnaissance and other activities do not reveal the operation to
the enemy.

*
7. The passing leader checks with other leaders who will be operating in the same or adjacent areas.

a.
Exchange intelligence information on the enemy.

b.
Exchange terrain data.

8. Passing unit arrives in the stationary unit area.
a.
Move into secure position as designated in the primary coordination
meeting with the stationary leader.

b.
Start final preparations for the passage of line.

9. The passing unit leader issues a contingency plan before moving out to make
final coordination.

a.
Brief the unit on what is happening and what is going to happen.

b.
Confirm chain of command.


c. Prescribe actions to be taken on contact.

d.
Brief actions to be taken in the absence of the leader.

e.
Provide time schedule, suspenses, and any limits on actions.

*10. Passing unit leader completes coordination with the stationary unit leader.
a.
Confirm recognition signals for the passage both near and far.

b.
Coordinate with guides.

c.
Confirm traffic control measures.

d.
Confirm security measures for the passage.

e.
Collocate both leaders to observe critical areas, to make timely decisions,
and to facilitate battle handover.

11. The passing unit moves to position near the point of contact.
a.
Move at the designated time.

b.
Provide cover and concealment, during movement and at the stop position.

12. Passing unit security element passes through the passage lanes.
a.
Link up with guides from the stationary unit.

b.
Move with guides from the contact point(s) through the passage lane(s) and
passage point(s) to the release point(s).

c.
Clear the area forward of the release point(s) to the first covered and
concealed position.

d.
Report when area is secure.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
13. Remainder of the passage force moves through the passage lanes.
a.
Move forward to the release point(s).

b.
Identify and account for passage personnel as confirmed by the guides as
the unit passes through the release point.

c.
Ensure movement is continuous throughout the passage.

d.
Execute a security halt after the company has moved beyond the friendly
unit's final protective fire.

e.
Execute movement of the X0/1SG/PSG from the release point forward only
after the leader is sure he will not have to withdraw through the passage
point.

14. The passing unit makes a reentry through the friendly lines.
a.
Halt unit and establish the reentry rally point. NOTE: If in contact with the enemy, the unit does not halt. Contact party or guides from the stationary unit lead the unit through the passage points, or long-range signals are used.

b.
Contact forward unit by radio and tell them by use of prearranged code
word that the unit is ready to reenter. (The leader may opt to keep the unit
outside of friendly lines until daybreak).

c.
Acknowledge receipt of message.

15. Direct a security team on an azimuth and pace to the contact point.
a.
Establish contact with the stationary unit guides (far and near recognition
signals).

b.
Signal the unit forward, or go back and lead the unit to the passage point.

c.
Count and identify each element as they pass through the passage point.

16. Move through the passage point to the assembly area behind the friendly unit.
a.
Lead by the guide from the stationary unit.

b.
Treat and evacuate casualties upon arrival at assembly area.

c.
Leader repotts to the stationary unit command post. Provide tactical
information concerning the area of responsibility.

17. The passing leader links up with his unit in the assembly area.
a.
Prepare unit for movement to a secure area.

b.
Lead unit to secure area.

c.
Conduct debriefing.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
•.ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
071-326-3013(SL3) CONDUCT A TACTICAL ROAD MARCH STP 21-24-SMCT 071-326-5502(SL2) Issue a Fragmentary Order STP 21-24-SMCT 071-326-5505(SL2) Issue an Oral Operation Order STP 21-24-SMCT 071-326-5775(SL4) Coordinate with an Adjacent Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
071-326-5805(SL3) Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission STP 21-24-SMCT
071-329-1006( SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Dismounted
071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Mounted
113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio STP 21-1-SMCT
301-371-1000(SL1) REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT
301-371-1052(SL1) PROTECT CLASSIFIED INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT
AND MATERIAL
551-88N-0002(SL2) Prepare for Unit Movement STP 21-24-SMCT
551-88N-0003(SL4) Plan Unit Move STP 21-24-SMCT
551-88N-0004(SL3) Coordinate Unit Movement STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Maintain Contact (34-0PFOR-1011)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is tactically engaged with enemy base defense forces. Enemy forces are withdrawing under pressure.
STANDARD: The enemy forces were engaged decisively. As the enemy withdrew, the unit or force advanced maintaining contact.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons.
Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies
and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy
movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and
equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
TASK: Counter Passage of Lines (34-OPFOR-1016) CONDITION: Friendly units are in defense positions but are expected to attempt a passage of lines. Friendly forces have close air support and NBC capabilities. The OPFOR element receives orders to disrupt the friendly passage of lines.
STANDARD: The friendly force passage of lines was delayed by the OPFOR element for a minimum of two hours.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
TASK: Attack (34-OPFOR-1010)
CONDITION: Enemy rear area support base has been located. PIR's and other intelligence requirements have been obtained by OPFOR patrols. Element has automatic and anti-armor weapons, and light mortars. Element is approximately the size of two platoons.
STANDARD: An attack plan was developed. An attack was initiated using a scheme of maneuver that exploited enemy flanks, gaps, and weaknesses. Covered and concealed routes were used to approach enemy areas. Employed indirect fire to support attack. Penetrated enemy defenses. Destroyed equipment and supplies, inflicted casualties, isolated the support base, and blocked reinforcements. The enemy unit was forced to displace.
TASK: Conduct Electronic Warfare (34-0PFOR-1012)
CONDITION: OPFOR employs collection and direction finding assets (ground and air), to monitor and locate enemy forces.
STANDARD: The positions of enemy command, intelligence, and logistics units were located. The locations of the positions were forwarded to OPFOR headquarters. Jamming signals were used against enemy radio receivers. Enemy radio nets were monitored and all information of intelligence value was reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on
a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All
personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data
satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENTS: COUNTER INTEL TM CI TEAM
TASK: Prepare for Counterintelligence Operations (34-5-0913) (FM 34-60)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDERILEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The counterintelligence team is supporting a tactical unit and has received a mission tasking. An operations order, standing operating procedures, an Intelligence Annex, and a current threat assessment on the target area are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Reviewed orders from higher headquarters, the Intelligence Annex, and the CI Estimate in preparation to conduct CI operations within the timelines given by operational headquarters. All actions were performed in accordance with the standing operating procedures and higher headquarters guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
* 1. Team leader receives the mission tasking from operational headquarters.
2. Review the operations order and standing operating procedures. Note: The operations order and standing operating procedures should first be reviewed by the team leader and then briefed to the rest of the team. Also, the entire team should be given an opportunity to review the two documents.
a.
Obtain locations and assets of the friendly force.

b.
Obtain priority intelligence requirements.

c.
Obtain phases and planned movement.

d.
Obtain location of named areas of interest.

e.
Obtain rules of engagement.

f.
Obtain allied forces locations and their available assets.

3. Review Intelligence Annex B with emphasis on the CI Appendix.
a.
Determine if there are any liaison requirements.

b.
Determine if there will be any screening and debriefing missions.

c.
Determine if it is safe to travel to the site where the team will operate.

d.
Determine if intelligence contingency funds or incentives will be available.

e.
Determine if CI Force protection Source Operations (CFSO) are feasible
should it become necessary to run them.

4. Review the CI Estimate.
a. Review historical and regional data using a country study, newspapers,
historical reports or any other sources available.

(1)
Geographic and ethnic factors.

(2)
Current and recent past political situation.

(3)
Current economic situation.

(4)
Religious factors and common customs.

(5)
Key biographies of military leaders, political leaders,
insurgents/paramilitaries, and terrorist leaders.

b.
Review key host nation organizations located around the CI team's area of
operations.

(1)
Military.

(2)
Political.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
(3)
Insurgent/paramilitary.

(4)
Relief.

(5)
Religious or ethnic.

(6)
Local law enforcement.

5. Develop map overlays using information from the CI Estimate and other data
available.

*
6. Team leader determines specific information requirements.

*
7. Team leader determines what reports and products would normally be produced, where and how they will be sent, and if there is any required reporting frequency to higher headquarters.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References

071-329-1019(SL2) Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT 071-332-5000(SL3) Prepare an Operation Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT 113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio STP 21-1-SMCT 181-105-1001(SL1) Comply with the Law of War and the Geneva STP 21-1-SMCT
and Hague Conventions 181-105-2001(SL2) Enforce the Law of War and the Geneva and STP 21-24-SMCT Hague Conventions 181-105-2002(SL2) Conduct Combat Operations According to the STP 21-24-SMCT Law of War
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-0PFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
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CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
ELEMENTS: COUNTER INTEL TM CI TEAM
TASK: Deploy Counterintelligence Team (34-5-0914) (FM 34-60)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3 4.
5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The counterintelligence team is supporting a tactical unit and is deploying in response to a mission tasking. Standing operating procedures and automated information equipment (CHATS, Individual Tactical Reporting Tool, etc.) are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The team prepared for deployment, the correct location for placement was determined, the automation equipment was emplaced, and communications were established. Deployed in accordance with (IAW) the standing operating procedure and higher headquarters guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Team leader coordinates with operational headquarters.

a.
Receives OPORD and information on soldier readiness processing.

b.
Attends any mandatory briefings.

c.
Obtains deployment times and desired operational location of team.

2. Team prepares for deployment.
a.
Receive briefing from team leader.

b.
Obtain and test communication of CHATS, Individual Tactical Reporting
Tools, and any encryption equipment.

c.
Obtain necessary maps and data to load into CHATS.

d.
Obtain the signals operating instructions.

e.
Obtain current threat assessment.

f.
PMCS vehicles.

g.
Load equipment onto vehicles IAW load plan.

3. Team deploys to their operational location.
a.
Travel to area of operation IAW team leader's guidance.

b.
Coordinate with the control element of the area of operation for specific
location of operational base.

c.
Establish communications with higher headquarters after arriving at the
base location.

d.
Review the current local standing operating procedures.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
071-326-0515 SELECT A MOVEMENT ROUTE USING A STP 21-24-SMCT
MAP
071-329-1006(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Dismounted
071-329-1011 ORIENT A MAP USING A COMPASS STP 21-24-SMCT
071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Mounted
091-CLT-3009(SL4) Supervise Maintenance Operations STP 21-24-SMCT
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS)
113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio STP 21-1-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-0PFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HO requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and
storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The
enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were
reported to OPFOR HO.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-OPFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
ELEMENTS: COUNTER INTEL TM CI TEAM
TASK: Redeploy Counterintelligence Team (34-5-0916) (FM 34-60)
ITERATION:. 1.2 3.
4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The counterintelligence team is deployed in support of a tactical unit, has completed their mission, and has received orders to redeploy to home station. Automated information equipment (CHATS, Individual Tactical Reporting Tool, etc.) and standing operating procedures are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Backed up data, accounted for all equipment, and returned to home station with all equipment. Performed redeployment in accordance with the standing operating procedures and higher headquarters guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Team leader supervises end of mission activities.

a.
Inform the team the mission has ended.

b.
Directs team to back up databases and files before shutting down
equipment.

2. Conduct mission turnover with incoming team (if applicable).
a.
Brief incoming team on contacts, reports, requirements, and products they
are required to produce.

b.
Transfer database information to incoming team's CHATS.

' 3. Team redeploys.
a.
Team members verify balance of their intelligence contingency funds before
leaving.

b.
Inventory all equipment at the site.

c.
Load all equipment onto their vehicles IAW load plans.

d.
Redeploy to home station IAW team leaders guidance.

4. Team conducts recovery operations upon arrival at home station.
a.
Reinventory equipment.

b.
Perform PMCS on equipment and vehicles.

c.
Store equipment IAW team leader's guidance.

*
5. Team leader reports the team's status to the commander upon completion of recovery operations.

a.
Provide a back-brief to commander on mission accomplishment.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
071-326-5805(SL3) Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission STP 21-24-SMCT
071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Mounted
091-CLT-3009(SL4) Supervise Maintenance Operations STP 21-24-SMCT
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Hasty Ambush (34-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a concealed area when an enemy element is reported moving along an adjacent route.
STANDARD: The ambush site was prepared before the arrival of enemy element. The enemy force was surprised and casualties were inflicted within the designated kill zone. Delayed enemy march element from reaching its specified destination. Withdrew, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Reported results of mission to headquarters.
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-0PFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys..
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs.on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and
storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The
enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were
reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Tactical Nuclear Weapons (34-OPFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Orders have been received to use tactical nuclear weapons in the enemy's rear. Key locations have been identified.
STANDARD: Tactical nuclear missiles were delivered on target. Movement of equipment and supplies was disrupted or delayed to forward areas. Enemy equipment and supplies were destroyed. A high rate of nuclear casualties was inflicted among enemy troops.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
TASK: Conduct Deliberate Ambush (34-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy major supply route. Intelligence has reported an enemy convoy approaching the element. Headquarters has ordered complete destruction of the march element. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines.
STANDARD: Prepared ambush site before arrival of enemy convoy. Surprised enemy forces. Forced enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Killed, wounded, or captured enemy personnel and destroyed all vehicles and equipment. Consolidated and withdrew from the area on order. Results of the mission were reported to headquarters.
TASK: Disrupt Enemy Movement and Operations Using Persistent and Non-Persistent Chemical Weapons (34-0PFOR-1001)
CONDITION: Conventional artillery weapons or aircraft are available to deliver chemical weapons. Routes and key bases in the rear area have been selected.
STANDARD: Chemical agents were delivered into targeted areas. The movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas was delayed by disrupting command and control systems. Enemy movement was successfully channeled into predesignated ambush areas. Enemy supplies and equipment were contaminated. A high rate of casualties were inflicted on enemy forces.
ELEMENTS: COMPANY HEADQUARTERS COMPANY SERVICE SPT PLT HQ GSR PLT HQ AIR RECON PLT HQ 3 C&J PLATOON HQ ELEC WARFARE PLT HQ ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ OPS SPT PLT HQ
TASK: Perform Deployment Alert Activities (63-2-8001.34-0001) (FM 100-17). (HANDBOOK REF 97-1)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The unit is at a normal state of deployment readiness and receives a warning order to prepare for overseas deployment. The charge of quarters or first sergeant has notified the commander of the warning order. The unit movement plan, recall plan, security plan, unit and higher headquarters access rosters, and current maps are available. The unit has a unit movement officer and alternate, main body personnel, advance party personnel, seaport of embarkation team, equipment reception team, packing and crating team, weighing and marking team, rail loading team, and supercargoes have been designated by the commander. The unit is deploying as part of a higher headquarters deployment. Alert notification activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Unit personnel were recalled in accordance with the recall plan and were present or accounted for. Briefings were conducted for unit personnel and deployment teams in accordance with the movement plan. Security was established in accordance with the security plan.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO

1. Commander supervises deployment alert notification activities.

a.
Directs the charge of quarters or first sergeant to implement the recall plan.

b.
Coordinates with higher headquarters commander for guidance concerning
deployment requirements.

c.
Briefs company leaders on deployment and mission requirements.

d.
Directs unit movement officer to update movement plan, deployment
standing operating procedures, and marshaling plans.

e.
Assigns additional and/or replacement personnel to deployment teams.

f.
Monitors security of unit area for compliance with security plan.

g.
Monitors recall of unit personnel to ensure recall time standards are met
and personnel accountability is accomplished.

h.
Submits reports to higher headquarters in accordance with recall plan,
security plan, movement plan, and deployment operations order.

i.
Briefs higher headquarters commander and staff on status of deployment
alert activities.

2. Unit headquarters performs recall personnel accountability functions.
a.
Initiates recall procedures.

b.
Sets up central check-in.

c.
Checks personnel as they arrive, to ensure only personnel listed on access
rosters enter the unit area.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
d.
Annotates recall roster to indicate personnel are present for duty as they
arrive.

e.
Computes percent present-for-duty.

f.
Briefs commander on present-for-duty status as recall progresses.

g.
Terminates control check-in point when 100 percent of unit is present or
accounted for.

*
3. Unit movement officer assembles deployment teams.

a.
Identifies unit deployment team requirements by reviewing movement plan.

b.
Confirms personnel are available for designated deployment teams.

c.
Requests commander assign additional and/or replacement deployment
team members, if required.

d.
Briefs deployment teams on their duties and responsibilities.

e.
Briefs commander on status of deployment teams.

*
4. Supervise unit elements alert activities.

a.
Monitor arrival of unit element personnel to ensure all personnel are
accounted for.

b.
Supervise establishment of security of assigned area.

c.
Brief personnel on deployment.

*
5. Section chiefs and/or team leaders supervise alert activities.

a.
Inspect personnel as they arrive to ensure all have required clothing and
personal gear.

b.
Inspect alert bags to ensure all personal gear is present and serviceable.

c.
Assign personnel to security posts.

d.
Brief unit element leaders on alert status.

6. Perform recall activities.
a.
Relay alert notification.

b.
Report to duty unit headquarters in accordance with recall plan. '

c.
Repair or replace personal gear, as required.

d.
Perform security functions...

e.
Provide dependents with information on deployment.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
071-331-1004(SL1) Perform Duty as a Guard STP 21-1-SMCT 101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT cleanliness, and serviceability 301-371-1050(SL1) IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY STP 21-1-SMCT (OPSEC) MEASURES
Task Number
805C-PAD-1245(SL4
805C-PAD-2461(SL2 805C-PAD-4357(SL4 850-001-2000(SL2) 850-001-3001(SL3)
850-001-4001(SL4)
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Title
Support Unit And Family Readiness Through The Army Family Team Building (AFTB) Program Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report) Manage Subordinate Soldier's Deployment Requirements Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process Control Mission Safety Hazard Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
References
STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT
ELEMENTS: COMPANY HEADQUARTERS COMPANY SERVICE SPT PLT HQ ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ OPS SPT PLT HQ ACE GSR PLT HQ AIR RECON PLT HQ 3 C&J PLATOON HQ ELEC WARFARE PLT HQ
TASK: Perform Personnel and Administrative Predeployment Activities (63-2-8002.34-0001) (FM 100-17)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The unit has activated the recall plan. Unit personnel are accounted for and are prepared for predeployment processing. S1 has provided a soldier readiness processing schedule to the commander. The unit has coordinated with the S1 for assistance. Transportation is available to move the unit. The deployment standing operating procedures, movement plan, family assistance plan, and higher headquarters deployment operations order are available. The unit is deploying as part of a higher headquarters deployment. Soldier readiness processing activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Predeployment personnel and administrative activities were accomplished in accordance with the movement plan, deployment operations order, S1 soldier readiness processing schedule, and commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Direct personnel and administrative Preparation for Overseas Movement (POM) activities.

a.
Provide POM processing schedule to the unit movement officer/NCO.

b.
Direct the XO/1SG to publish a company POM processing schedule based
on the S1 POM processing schedule.

c.
Forward list of nondeployable personnel to the higher headquarters staff
element.

d.
Direct personnel to complete POM processing activities.

e.
Direct personnel to secure privately owned vehicles and personal property.

f.
Direct XO to prepare briefing for dependents.

g.
Direct XO to update family assistance plan.

h.
Request higher headquarters staff personnel appoint Class A pay agents
during deployment.

i.
Coordinate with higher headquarters staff element to close out unit fund
account.

j.
Brief battalion commander on status of POM activities.

2. Company headquarters processes POM records.
a.
Delivers unit POM records to POM processing site.

b.
Verifies all deploying personnel have processed.

c.
Returns POM records to company headquarters.

d.
Delivers POM records to battalion rear detachment prior to departure.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
3. Company headquarters performs personnel replacement functions. a: Identifies nondeployable personnel by reviewing monthly unit status report, first sergeant daily report, and POM processing results. b. Coordinates with higher headquarters staff element for replacement personnel. c. Recommends assignment of replacement personnel to commander. d. Assigns replacement personnel in accordance with commander's instructions. e. Updates the family assistance plan.
4. Company headquarters monitors company POM activities. a. Publishes company POM processing schedule based on movement plan, S1 POM processing schedule, and commander's guidance. b. Distributes company POM processing schedule to platoons and sections. c. Monitors POM processing to ensure activities are completed. d. Coordinates with higher headquarters staff element for additional POM processing. e. Briefs commander on POM processing status.
* 5. Supervise personnel and administrative POM activities. a. Designate personnel to assist contact teams in POM processing activities. b. Direct personnel to complete POM processing. c. Coordinate with the unit movement officer/NCO, if necessary, for additional POM processing. d. Coordinate personnel replacement with company headquarters. e. Monitor securing of privately owned vehicles and personal property for compliance with movement plan and commander's instructions. f. Brief personnel on family assistance plan. g. Brief commander on results of POM processing.
6. Perform POM activities. a. Perform POM contact team functions. b. Complete POM processing activities. c. Secure privately owned vehicles and personal property in accordance with movement plan and commander's instructions.
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.

SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title. References
805C-PAD-1245(SL4 805C-PAD-4357(SL4 Support Unit And Family Readiness Through.STP 21-24-SMCT The Army Family Team Building (AFTB) Program Manage Subordinate Soldier's Deployment.STP 21-24-SMCT Requirements

Task Number 850-001-2000(SL2) 850-001-3001(SL3) 850-001-4001(SL4) SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS Task Title Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process Control Mission Safety Hazard Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon References STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE

ELEMENTS: COMPANY COMPANY HEADQUARTERS SERVICE SPT PLT HQ GSR PLT HQ AIR RECON PLT HQ 3 C&J PLATOON HQ ELEC WARFARE PLT HO ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ OPS SPT PLT HQ
TASK: Perform Predeployment Training Activities (63-2-8003.34-0001) (FM 100-17)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The unit is preparing for deployment to an overseas site. Sufficient time exists for the unit to conduct predeployment training. The commander has designated a training officer and noncommissioned officer. The unit deployment standing operating procedures, movement plan, higher headquarters deployment operations order, and training records are available. The unit is deploying as part of a higher headquarters deployment. Predeployment training is performed day or night under all environmental conditions. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Predeployment training was accomplished in accordance with the training schedule and commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Commander directs predeployment training activities.

a.
Identifies training requirements through coordination with unit leaders and
review of the movement plan and training records.

b.
Identifies special training requirements by reviewing deployment operations
order and coordinating with the higher headquarters staff personnel.

c.
Directs training officer to develop a unit training schedule to correct training
deficiencies.

d.
Designates personnel to receive training in accordance with higher
headquarters staff personnel's instructions.

e.
Briefs higher headquarters commander on status of predeployment training.

*
2. Training officer/noncommissioned officer supervise predeployment training activities.

a.
Develop training schedule based on movement plan, deployment
operations order, specialized training requirements identified by higher
headquarters, and commander's guidance.

b.
Coordinate training support with the higher headquarters staff personnel.

c.
Provide training schedule to S2/S3 and unit leaders.

d.
Monitor training to ensure appropriate training is provided to personnel.

e.
Brief commander on status of predeployment training.

*
3. Unit leaders perform predeployment training activities.

a.
Coordinate with unit movement officer for required training support.

b.
Conduct training in accordance with training schedule.

c.
Annotate training results on individual and team training records.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References

850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT 850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: COMPANY COMPANY HEADQUARTERS
TASK: Perform Predeployment Supply Activities (63-2-8004.34-0001) (FM 100-17)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The unit is preparing for deployment to an overseas site. Basic loads of ammunition, rations, equipment identified to accompany troops, and repair parts are available. The unit movement plan, tactical standing operating procedures, and higher headquarters deployment operations order are available. The unit is deploying as part of a higher headquarters deployment. Predeployment supply activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Predeployment supply activities were accomplished in accordance with the movement plan, tactical standing operating procedures, and commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO

1. Commander directs predeployment supply activities.

a.
Identifies float and/or replacement equipment and additional supply
requirements on the movement plan deployment supply list based on the
deployment operations order; mission, enemy, troops, terrain-time
available, and civilian consideration; and coordination with higher
headquarters staff personnel.

b.
Coordinates with higher headquarters staff element for issue of additional
supplies.

c.
Coordinates with higher headquarters staff element for issue of float and/or
replacement equipment.

d.
Directs unit leaders to provide supply and equipment requests to supply
sergeant.

e.
Directs supply sergeant to request required supplies and equipment.

f.
Briefs higher headquarters commander and higher headquarters staff
personnel on supply status.

2. Unit elements perform predeployment supply activities.
a.
Identify shortages of supplies and equipment by conducting inventories and
inspections.

b.
Inventory soldier's personal belongings designated to remain in the unit
area.

c.
Secure personal belongings remaining in the unit area.

d.
Submit requests for supplies and equipment to supply sergeant.

e.
Issue individual basic loads.

3. Unit headquarters provides supply support.
a.
Submits requests to servicing supply support to speed up feasible arrival
date on all mission essential equipment requisitions already in the system.

b.
Coordinates with the S4 for additional DoD activity address codes to be
requested, as needed, for the rear detachment and deploying detachments.

c.
Submits changes of the "ship-to" address for the unit DoD activity address
code to the servicing supply support activity, to ensure correct routing of
requested supplies to the unit's deployment address.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
d.
Submits requests for issue of personal clothing and equipment to S4 in
accordance with AR 700-84.

e.
Submits request for basic loads and required supplies and equipment to S4.

f.
Submits request for eyeglasses, inserts, and hearing aids, if required, to the
S4.

g.
Requests supplies to support movement operations (blocking, bracing,
packing, crating, tie-down, dunnage, and pallet covers).

h.
Draws basic loads in accordance with S4 instructions.

i.
Coordinates with S4 to resolve outstanding requisitions.

j.
Coordinates with commander or S4 for transportation and materials
handling equipment support to pick-up, issue, and/or pack deployment
supplies.

k.
Inspects float and/or replacement equipment for serviceability.

I.
Signs for float and/or replacement equipment.

m.
Issues supplies and equipment.

n.
Secures unissued supplies and equipment.

o.
Turns-in equipment, supplies, and hazardous material to appropriate facility.

p.
Prepares hand receipt annex and/or transfer documentation for unit
property being transferred.

q.
Prepares backup of all automated supply systems prior to deployment.

r.
Briefs commander on deployment supply status.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT 850-001-4001(S L4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: COMPANY COMPANY HEADQUARTERS SERVICE SPT PLT HQ GSR PLT HQ AIR RECON PLT HQ 3 C&J PLATOON HQ ELEC WARFARE PLT HQ ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ OPS SPT PLT HQ ACE
TASK: Perform Predeployment Maintenance Activities (63-2-8005.34 -0001) (FM 100-17)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The unit is preparing for deployment to an overseas site. Sufficient time exists for the unit to conduct predeployment maintenance activities. A motor officer has been designated by the commander. Required tools, equipment, and personnel are available. Maintenance support teams are available in the unit maintenance area. The movement plan, maintenance standing operating procedures, and higher headquarters deployment operations order are available. The unit is deploying as part of a higher headquarters deployment. Predeployment maintenance is performed day or night under
all environmental conditions.
NOTE: Reserve Component specific tasks and performance measures are annotated (reserve component). Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Predeployment maintenance was accomplished in accordance with the maintenance standing operating procedures and commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Commander directs predeployment maintenance activities.

a.
Monitors maintenance activities for compliance with the maintenance
standing operating procedures and commander's guidance.

b.
Approves the use of controlled exchange when required repair parts are not
available.

c.
Checks material condition status report for accuracy and completeness.

d.
Forwards material condition status report to the S4.

e.
Coordinates with S4 for maintenance support.

f.
Alerts supporting army maintenance support activity supervisor of
deployment and timeline to enable shifting priority of support to unit
equipment (reserve component)

g.
Prioritizes internal repair of vehicles and equipment.

h.
Enforces safety procedures.

i.
Enforces environmental stewardship procedures.

" 2. Motor officer and/or motor sergeant supervise predeployment maintenance activities.
a. Coordinate with the equipment concentration site supervisor to recover unit
vehicles from equipment concentration site (reserve component).

ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
b.
Direct unit personnel to inspect and pick up vehicles from the equipment
concentration site for return to the unit (reserve component).

c.
Identify unit operational readiness levels by reviewing vehicle and
equipment status reports, preventive maintenance checks and services,
and predeployment maintenance checks.

d.
Prepare material condition status report in accordance with AR 220-land
AR 700-138.

e.
Submit current material condition status report to commander.

f.
Submit request for Maintenance Support Teams (MSTs) to commander.

g.
Submit request for controlled exchanges to commander for approval.

h.
Designate unit maintenance personnel to assist MSTs in accordance with
maintenance standing operating procedures, S4, and commander's
instructions.

i.
Direct calibration of tools.

j.
Verify Prescribed Load List (PLL) inventory by conducting spot checks.

k.
Submit request for PLL replenishment to S4.

I.
Verify completion of repairs by reviewing maintenance records.

m.
Coordinate with S4 to identify status of vehicles and equipment in support
maintenance.

n.
Coordinate with S4 to evacuate nondeployable vehicles and equipment to
support maintenance.

o.
Verify unit member's civilian and military driver's licenses and equipment for
validation and reissue.

p.
Prepare a backup of all automated maintenance systems prior to
deployment.

q.
Brief the commander on maintenance status of vehicles and equipment.

r.
Enforce safety procedures.

s.
Enforce environmental stewardship procedures.

3. Maintenance unit performs field maintenance activities.
a.
Calibrates tools.

b.
Inspects equipment in accordance with appropriate operator and
organizational maintenance technical manuals.

c.
Records all deficiencies on equipment inspection worksheets.

d.
Corrects unit-level maintenance deficiencies.

e.
Corrects direct support level maintenance deficiencies.

f.
Requests required repair parts.

g.
Repairs equipment in accordance with applicable technical manual(s).

h.
Requests approval for controlled exchange from higher headquarters for
required repair parts that were not available.

i.
Performs controlled exchange in accordance with instructions from higher
headquarters.

j.
Performs final inspection to ensure quality control of repairs.

k.
Conducts inventory of PLL to confirm shortages in accordance with
supported unit PLL listing.

I.
Submits request for PLL replenishment to servicing supply support activity.

m.
Performs technical inspections of float and/or replacement equipment in
accordance with appropriate technical manuals and manufacturer's
instructions.

n.
Releases equipment to appropriate elements.

o.
Employs safety procedures.

p.
Employs environmental stewardship procedures.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
4. Unit headquarters conducts transactions with MSTs.
a.
Identifies vehicles and equipment that require MST support.

b.
Prepares required documentation for submission to MST.

c.
Delivers vehicles and equipment to MST.

d.
Picks up equipment from MST upon notification of completed repairs.

e.
Notifies owning element to pick up vehicles and equipment.

' 5. Supervise predeployment operator maintenance activities.
a.
Monitor performance of preventive maintenance checks and services and
predeployment maintenance for compliance with maintenance standing
operating procedures, appropriate technical manual, and commander's
guidance.

b.
Inspect vehicles, weapons, and equipment to ensure compliance with
maintenance standing operating procedures, appropriate technical manual,
and commander's guidance.

c.
Provide input for material condition status report to maintenance control
section.

d.
Enforce safety procedures.

e.
Enforce environmental stewardship procedures.

6. Perform predeployment operator maintenance.
a.
Perform preventive maintenance checks and services in accordance with
appropriate technical manual(s).

b.
Notify supervisor of maintenance problems beyond operator's capabilities.

c.
Employ safety procedures.

d.
Employ environmental stewardship procedures.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
—" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
091-CLT-3009(SL4) Supervise Maintenance Operations STP 21-24-SMCT 091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT and Services (PMCS) 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT 850-001-4001(S L4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: COMPANY COMPANY HEADQUARTERS SERVICE SPT PLT HQ GSR PLT HQ AIR RECON PLT HQ 3 C&J PLATOON HQ ELEC WARFARE PLT HQ ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ OPS SPT PLT HQ
TASK: Prepare Vehicles and Equipment for Deployment (63-2-8006.34-0001) (FM 100-17). (HANDBOOK REF 97-1)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The unit receives a movement directive to deploy to an overseas site. A railhead is available on the installation. Packing and crating; weighing and loading; and rail loading teams have been designated. The movement directive, movement plan, deployment standing operating procedures, and deployment operations order are available. The unit has officers or noncommissioned officers appointed as unit movement officer and alternate unit movement officer. The unit is deploying as part of a higher headquarters deployment. Equipment preparation is performed day or night under all environmental conditions. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Vehicles and equipment to be deployed were prepared for deployment and loaded for movement to the aerial/seaport of embarkation in accordance with the deployment standing operating procedures, movement plan, and commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
' 1. Commander directs vehicle and equipment preparation activities.
a.
Identifies vehicles, equipment, and supplies to be deployed based on
movement directive; movement plan; deployment operations order; higher
headquarters commanders guidance; and mission, enemy, troops, terrain-
time available and civilian consideration.

b.
Identifies personnel, equipment, and vehicles scheduled to move to the
aerial/seaport of embarkation by road or rail by reviewing movement plan
and higher headquarters commander's guidance.

c.
Designates a unit marshalling area.

d.
Designates storage areas for equipment not to be deployed.

e.
Coordinates with S4 for disposition of equipment not to be deployed or
stored by the unit.

f.
Provides unit leaders with disposition instructions for equipment not being
deployed.

g.
Coordinates with S4 for transportation support to the aerial/seaport of
embarkation.

h.
Inspects area to ensure all excess vehicles, equipment, and supplies have
been turned-in or placed in a designated holding area.

i.
Notifies higher headquarters S2/S3 when vehicles and containers are
loaded and ready to move.

* 2. Unit Movement Officer (UMO) supervises vehicle and equipment preparation activities.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
a.
Updates Automated Unit Equipment List (AUEL) to reflect vehicles,
equipment, and supplies to be deployed based on physical inventory and
commander's guidance.

b.
Updates AUEL to reflect actual weights based on results of weighing and
any dimensions beyond those listed in current technical publications for
equipment table of organization and equipment line item number/index
number.

c.
Inputs updated AUEL into the installation transportation office or field
movement control element transportation coordinator automated command
and control information system station.

NOTE: When verified by the UMO, the updated AEUL becomes the deployment equipment list produced by the transportation coordinator automated command and control information system.
d.
Provides Unit Movement Coordinator (UMC) and/or S4 with information on
oversize and overweight vehicles, equipment, and cargo requiring special
handling.

e.
Coordinates with UMC for deployment equipment list, blocking, bracing,
packing, crating, and tie-down material requirements lists; vehicle/rail
loading plans and schedules; special hauling permit requests; military
shipping labels; and convoy clearance requests produced by the
transportation coordinator automated command and control information
system.

f.
Coordinates with S4 for radio frequency tags for in-transit visibility of
sensitive/classified cargo.

g.
Coordinates with S4 for packing materials, weighing scales, material
handling equipment, containers, inserts, pallets, and other equipment
preparation and loading materials.

h.
Coordinates with S4 for customs inspection per unit standing operating
procedures.

i.
Provides unit leaders with deployment forms, shipping labels, and
documents.

j.
Coordinates container pick-up with higher headquarters staff element.

k.
Provides special instructions to packing and crating teams.

I.
Provides container packing schedule to unit leaders.

m.
Identifies transportation support requirements by reviewing movement plan
and current vehicle status reports.

n.
Coordinates with S4 for movement of vehicles and equipment to rail loading
site.

o.
Provides rail loading plan to rail loading team chief.

p.
Provides rail loading team proper tools to conduct rail load out.

q.
Coordinates with UMC for port call message and verification of movement
plan aerial/seaport of embarkation requirements and procedures.

r.
Conducts risk assessment considering factors such as time, duration, and
cargo to ensure the mission is completed safely.

s.
Briefs commander on status of preparation of vehicles and equipment for
deployment.

*
3. Unit leaders supervise preparation of unit elements for deployment.

a.
Verify adequate space has been allowed for personnel items and secondary
loads by reviewing loading plans.

b.
Revise loading plans.

c.
Monitor packing and loading for compliance with deployment standing
operating procedures, movement plan, and UMO's instructions.

d.
Inspect area to ensure all equipment to be deployed has been packed
and/or loaded.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
e.
Inspect area to ensure all excess vehicles, equipment, and supplies have
been turned-in or placed in a designated holding area.

f.
Inspect internal loads to ensure loads are secure and in compliance with
loading plans.

g.
Notify UMO of any load plan revisions.

*
4. UMO maintains an up-to-date AUEL.

a.
Conducts physical inventory of vehicles and equipment to be deployed to
verify accuracy of AUEL.

b.
Revises AUEL.

c.
Submits AUEL changes to UMC.

5. Packing and crating teams prepare equipment for deployment.
a.
Pack containers in accordance with load plans, deployment equipment list,
and UMO's instructions.

b.
Pack hazardous materials in accordance with deployment standing
operating procedures, UMO's instructions, and applicable publications.

c.
Prepare container packing lists and shipping documents in accordance with
UMO's instructions, and applicable publications.

d.
Distribute container packing lists and shipping documents in accordance
with UMO's instructions, and applicable publications.

e.
Place military shipping labels and designated markings on containers in
accordance with movement plan, deployment standing operating
procedures, and UMO's instructions.

f.
Assist container pick-up crew in loading operations.

g.
Employ safety procedures.

h.
Employ environmental stewardship protective procedures.

6. Prepare vehicles, equipment, and personal gear for deployment.
a.
Place equipment not being deployed in designated storage area in
accordance with movement plan and commander's instructions.

b.
Turn-in excess vehicles, equipment, and supplies to supply sergeant in
accordance with deployment standing operating procedures and/or
commander's instructions.

c.
Pack personal gear in accordance with movement plan.

d..Mark and/or tag vehicles, equipment, and personal gear in accordance with
deployment standing operating procedures, movement plan, and UMO's
instructions.

e.
Place military shipping labels on vehicles and equipment in accordance with
movement plan and UMO's instructions.

f.
Move equipment to be packed in containers, to the container packing area.

g.
Load vehicles in accordance with deployment standing operating
procedures, movement plan, load plans, and UMO's instructions.

h.
Move vehicles to designated area for marshaling or rail loading site.

i.
Employ safety procedures.

7. Weighing and marking team weighs and marks vehicles for deployment.
a.
Sets up weighing and marking area in designated area.

b.
Guides vehicles onto scales as they arrive.

c.
Identifies vehicle gross weight.

d.
Identifies vehicle axle weights (air movement only).

e.
Computes vehicle center of balance based on axle weights (air movement
..only).

f.
Marks center of balance on vehicles in accordance with FM 55-12 (air
movement only).

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
g.
Reports gross weights for each deploying vehicle to UMO.

h.
Tears down weighing and marking area.

i.
Returns vehicle weighing scales in accordance with UMO or owning facility
officials' instructions._

*
8. Rail loading team officer/noncommissioned officer in charge supervises rail loading activities.

a.
Conducts safety briefing for all unit personnel at the rail loading site.

b.
Coordinates with UMO for rail loading plans.

c.
Coordinates with installation UMC to identify special rail loading
requirements.

d.
Verifies the presence of all rail guards by conducting roll call.

e.
Verifies the presence of manifested vehicles and equipment by conducting
physical inventory.

f.
Inspects vehicles and equipment for military shipping labels and proper
markings.

g.
Provides a cargo manifest to conductor.

h.
Notifies commander when rail loading is complete.

i.
Enforces safety procedures.

j.
Enforces environmental stewardship protection procedures.

9. Rail loading team performs rail loading.
a.
Stages vehicles in accordance with rail loading plan.

b.
Loads vehicles and equipment on railcars in accordance with rail loading
plan and UMO's instructions.

c.
Secures vehicles and equipment in accordance with rail loading plan and
UMO's instructions.

d.
Notifies rail loading team chief when rail loading is complete.

e.
Employs safety procedures.

f.
Employs environmental stewardship procedures.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
551-88N-0002(SL2) Prepare for Unit Movement STP 21-24-SMCT 551-88N-0003(SL4) Plan Unit Move STP 21-24-SMCT 551-88N-0004(SL3) Coordinate Unit Movement STP 21-24-SMCT 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT 850-001-4001(S L4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
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OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: COMPANY HEADQUARTERS COMPANY SERVICE SPT PLT HQ GSR PLT HQ AIR RECON PLT HQ 3 C&J PLATOON HQ ELEC WARFARE PLT HQ ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ OPS SPT PLT HQ ACE
TASK: Prepare Unit for Nontactical Move (63-2-8007.34-0001) (FM 55-30). (FM 55-10) (HANDBOOK REF 97-1)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The unit receives a movement directive to move to the aerial/seaport of embarkation for deployment to an overseas site. Routes, scheduled halts, and logistics and administrative support are available in accordance with the movement plan. Higher headquarters has an advanced party at the aerial/seaport of embarkation and the advance party has conducted a route reconnaissance. The convoy, serial, and march commanders have been designated. Security for the move has been coordinated. The movement directive, movement plan, port call message, load plans, and strip maps are available. Vehicles are loaded and staged for movement in a designated area. The unit has an officer/noncommissioned officer appointed as unit movement officer and alternate unit movement officer. The unit is deploying as part of a higher headquarters deployment. Preparation for movement is performed day or night under all environmental conditions. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Unit was ready to cross the start point no later than the time prescribed in the movement directive.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO•GO
*
1. Unit movement officer supervises preparation for movement to Aerial/Seaport of Embarkation (A/SPOE).

a.
Coordinates with higher headquarters staff personnel to verify movement
plan information for accuracy.

b.
Computes travel time and distance from proposed start point to release
point.

c.
Compares travel time and start time to verify company will arrive at A/SPOE
in accordance with port call message.

d.
Inspects vehicles and equipment for proper markings, and military shipping
labels in accordance with FM 55-9, FM 55-12, movement plan, and current
instructions.

e.
Notifies higher headquarters staff element that unit is ready to move using
Force XXI Battle Command Brigade & Below (FBCB2), radio, telephone, or
messenger.

f.
Briefs commander on preparations for movement.

2. Unit prepares vehicles and equipment for movement to A/SPOE.
a. Performs before-operations preventive maintenance checks and services
on all vehicles and equipment.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
b. Corrects maintenance discrepancies within the operator's capabilities in
accordance with applicable technical manual.
c. Reports all maintenance deficiencies beyond operator's capability to
immediate supervisor.
d. Corrects loading deficiencies in accordance with loading plan.
e. Recomputes vehicle center of balance (APOE only).
f. Re-marks center of balance on vehicle (APOE only).
g. Marks vehicles for movement to A/SPOE in accordance with FM 55-12, FM
55-30, movement order, and unit movement officer's instructions.
h. Places military shipping labels on vehicles and equipment in accordance
with movement plan and unit movement officer's instructions.
i. Employs safety procedures.
* 3. Convoy, serial, and march commanders and leaders organize convoy for
movement to A/SPOE.
a. Assign vehicle positions with the heavier, slower vehicles placed first.
b. Assign FBCB2 equipped vehicles as control vehicles.
c. Assign recovery vehicle(s) positions, where they can move to disabled
vehicles without disrupting convoy movement.
d. Assign sufficient number of recovery vehicles and mechanics to trail party.
e. Coordinate trail maintenance party with minimum quantities of petroleum,
oil, lubricant supplies, and Class IX authorized stockage level/prescribed
load list parts to support the convoy.
f. Provide vehicle position listing with location of all vehicles to the trail party
leader.
g. Open FBCB2 and radio net(s) as specified in the movement plan.
* 4. Convoy, serial, and march commanders and leaders conduct premovement
inspections.
a. Inspect personnel and their equipment for compliance with movement
directive, movement plan, and commander's instructions.
b. Inspect organizational equipment for accountability and serviceability.
c. Inspect vehicles, trailers, and loads for serviceability, proper stowing, and
security.
d. Forward personnel and equipment status to unit headquarters and S2/S3.
* 5. Convoy commander conducts briefings for convoy personnel.
a. Provides strip maps to each vehicle driver.
b. Briefs convoy chain of command.
c. Briefs convoy route.
d. Prescribes the rate of march and catch-up speeds.
e. Briefs vehicle intervals.
f. Identifies scheduled halts.
g. Briefs safety, accident, and break-down procedures.
h. Identifies location of maintenance support.
i. Provides location and identification of destination.
j. Briefs arm/hand signals, radio frequencies, and call signs.
6. Unit prepares to cross start point.
a. Stages vehicles for convoy in accordance with convoy commander's
instructions.
b. Notifies march commander vehicles are ready to cross start point for
convoy to A/SPOE using FBCB2, movement tracking system, radio, or
messenger.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"./"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Mounted 091-CLT-3009(SL4) Supervise Maintenance Operations STP 21-24-SMCT 091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS) 101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability 191-379-4407(SL2) PLAN CONVOY SECURITY OPERATIONS STP 21-24-SMCT 191-379-4412(SL2) PLAN STRAGGLER CONTROL STP 21-24-SMCT
OPERATIONS 551-721-4326(SL4) PERFORM DUTIES AS CONVOY STP 21-24-SMCT
COMMANDER 551-88M-0001(SL3) Lead a Convoy Serial/March Unit STP 21-24-SMCT 551-88M-0005(SL1) Operate a Vehicle in a Convoy STP 21-1-SMCT 551-88N-0002(SL2) Prepare for Unit Movement STP 21-24-SMCT 551-88N-0003(SL4) Plan Unit Move STP 21-24-SMCT 551-88N-0004(SL3) Coordinate Unit Movement STP 21-24-SMCT 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT 850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
ELEMENTS: COMPANY COMPANY HEADQUARTERS SERVICE SPT PLT HQ GSR PLT HQ AIR RECON PLT HQ ELEC WARFARE PLT HQ 3 C&J PLATOON HQ ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ OPS SPT PLT HQ
TASK: Conduct Nontactical Road March (63-2-8008.34-0001) (FM 55-10). (FM 55-30) (HANDBOOK REF 97-1)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Time specified to cross start point for convoy to aerial/seaport of embarkation has arrived. All equipment to be moved by convoy is loaded and vehicles are positioned for departure. The route of march is identified and has been traveled by a reconnaissance party. The convoy, serial, and march commanders have been designated. All weight, height, and width restrictions along route of march have been verified. Coordination for rest stops, convoy support facilities, and personnel and maintenance support has been accomplished. A security element has been assigned. Release point is within the aerial/seaport of embarkation marshalling area. Convoy operations may be performed during daylight or darkness. Force XXI battle command brigade & below system, radio, and visual signals are used for march column control. The movement plan and deployment operations order are available. Map and overlays with checkpoints, start point, release point, and critical points are available. Column may conduct halts during movement. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Start point, checkpoints, and release point were crossed at times specified in the movement plan or at times adjusted on the road movement table by the convoy commander.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
' 1. Convoy commander initiates convoy. a.• Directs lead vehicle to cross start point at specified time.
b.
Verifies vehicles have crossed the start point.

c.
Forwards crossing report to S2/S3 when unit elements have crossed the
start point.


2. Convoy commander reports convoy information to higher headquarters staff using Force XXI Battle Command Brigade & Below (FBCB2) or radio.

a.
Forwards checkpoint(s) clearance report as they are crossed.

b.
Employs current signal operating instructions/signal supplemental
instructions in all transmissions.


3. Convoy commander enforces march discipline using FBCB2 or radio.

a.
Places directional guides at all critical intersections along route.

b.
Assumes position(s) along march route that provides command presence at
critical turns or other points of decision.

c.
Enforces all movement policies defined in the movement plan, with
emphasis on formation, distances, speeds, passing procedures, and halts.

d.
Adjusts formation distances and speed consistent with roads and speed
limits.

e.
Enforces security measures to protect equipment and cargo during halts.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
f. Communicates to unit leaders and operators, by radio or proper visual signals, any violations of march discipline or changes to current orders.
4. Employ march discipline. a. Maintain designated march speed specified in movement plan or as prescribed by the convoy commander. b. Maintain proper vehicle interval as specified in movement plan or as adjusted by the convoy, serial, or march commander. c. Obey vehicle driving regulations and safe driving procedures based on conditions. d. Cross all check points as scheduled. e. React correctly to convoy, serial, or march commander's arm/hand signals.
5. Conduct scheduled halt(s). a. Stop column at prescribed time and location. b. Report scheduled halt to higher headquarters staff element using FBCB2 or radio. c. Perform during-operation preventive maintenance checks and services on vehicles. d. Inspect vehicle loads for safety and security. e. Begin departure at specified time in the movement plan or convoy commander's instructions. f. Report resumption of march to higher headquarters staff element using FBCB2 or radio.
6. Conduct unscheduled halt(s). a. Alert march column with prescribed arm/hand signal. b. Report halt and circumstances to higher headquarters staff element. c. Resume march as soon as reason for halt is rectified. d. Report resumption of march to higher headquarters staff element using FBCB2 or radio.
. 7. Trail party recovers disabled vehicle. a. Inspects disabled vehicle for repairability. b. Repairs disabled vehicle, when possible. c. Reports vehicle status to convoy commander using FBCB2 or radio. d. Tows disabled vehicle to applicable maintenance facility or destination based on convoy commander's instructions.
* 8. Convoy commander monitors unit crossing release point. a. Verifies lead vehicle has crossed release point at specified time. b. Verifies the vehicles have crossed release point. c. Forwards situation report to higher headquarters staff element using FBCB2 or radio.
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.

SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
071-329-1030(SL1) Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Mounted
091-CLT-3009(SL4) Supervise Maintenance Operations STP 21-24-SMCT
091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS)
113-637-2001(SL1) Communicate via a Tactical Radio STP 21-1-SMCT
191-376-4110(SL2) Provide In-Transit Security STP 21-24-SMCT
191-379-4407(SL2) PLAN CONVOY SECURITY OPERATIONS STP 21-24-SMCT
191-379-4412(SL2) PLAN STRAGGLER CONTROL STP 21-24-SMCT
OPERATIONS
551-721-4326(SL4) PERFORM DUTIES AS CONVOY STP 21-24-SMCT
COMMANDER
551-88M-0001(SL3) Lead a Convoy Serial/March Unit STP 21-24-SMCT
551-88M-0005(SL1) Operate a Vehicle in a Convoy STP 21-1-SMCT
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
ELEMENTS: COMPANY COMPANY HEADQUARTERS SERVICE SPT PLT HO
TASK: Perform Sea Port of Embarkation Activities for Deployment (63-2-8009.34-0001) (FM 100-17). (FM 55-50). (HANDBOOK REF 97-1)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle).
CONDITIONS: The unit's wheeled-vehicle convoy crosses the release point and is in the Seaport of Embarkation (SPOE) marshalling area. The commander has designated a unit liaison team, unit SPOE team and OIC. Higher headquarters, supporting installation, and port commander representatives have been notified of the unit's arrival. Port support activity officials have requested unit vehicle operators' assistance in offloading unit vehicles deployed to the SPOE by rail. The railhead is located in the SPOE area of operations and the unit's equipment has arrived. Transportation, maintenance, and logistics support is available. The movement plan, deployment standing operating procedures, marshalling area plan, and deployment operations order are available. The unit has a unit movement officer and alternate. The unit is deploying as part of a higher headquarters deployment. SPOE activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions.
NOTE: The SPOE team is a group of personnel designated by the unit commander to accompany unit equipment to the port and prepare it to be turned-in to the port support activity. The SPOE team OIC is often the unit movement officer. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Seaport of embarkation activities were performed in accordance with movement plan and higher headquarters staff and port support activity officials' instructions.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO

1. Commander or Seaport of Embarkation (SPOE) team OIC directs activities.

a.
Directs team to perform after-operation preventive maintenance checks and
services of vehicles upon arrival in the SPOE marshalling area.

b.
Identifies transportation requirements for return to unit area.

c.
Coordinates with supporting installation officials for transportation,
maintenance, and logistics support.

d.
Coordinates with port support activity officials to verify SPOE movement
schedules, procedures, and requirements.

e.
Briefs team leaders on SPOE movement schedules, procedures, and
requirements.

f.
Briefs unit movement officer on point of contact for maintenance support.

g.
Directs team to offload and inspect equipment arriving by rail.

h.
Coordinates with port support activity to identify number of supercargoes
authorized and point of contact for supercargoes.

i.
Inspects supercargoes to ensure they are prepared for sea movement, to
include proper orders and equipment.

j.
Briefs supercargoes on boarding schedule, responsibilities, and point of
contact during sea movement.

k.
Conducts acceptance inspection of vehicles, equipment, and cargo.

I.
Directs team to correct deficiencies noted during port support activity
acceptance inspection.

m.
Transfers custody of vehicles, equipment, and cargo to SPOE officials.

n.
Briefs the higher headquarters commander on status of SPOE activities.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
2. Supercargoes perform SPOE activities.
a. Report to port commander's representative.
b. Perform SPOE activities in accordance with port commander's instructions.
c. Coordinate with vessel point of contact for instructions on responsibilities
and accommodations.
d. Load baggage.
e. Board ship.
f. Employ safety procedures.
* 3. Unit movement officer coordinates SPOE activities.
a. Coordinates with port support activity officials to verify loading sequence of
vehicles and equipment (ship stow plan).
b. Monitors port support activity acceptance inspection of vehicles and cargo
to determine deficiencies.
c. Coordinates with maintenance support POC for disposition of excess fuel,
petroleum, oil, lubricant products, and maintenance support.
d. Inspects military shipping labels and markings on vehicles and equipment
for compliance with deployment standard operating procedures and port
support activity officials' instructions.
e. Coordinates with port support activity officials to correct deficiencies in
military shipping labels and markings on vehicles and equipment.
f. Briefs commander and/or SPOE team OIC on status of SPOE activities.
* 4. Unit movement officer coordinates rail offloading.
a. Coordinates with port support activity officials and intermediate command
unit movement officer for rail offloading schedule and requirements.
b. Designates personnel to assist in rail offloading activities.
c. Briefs personnel designated to perform rail offloading activities on schedule
and requirements.
d. Supervises rail offloading activities.
e. Assumes custody of equipment deployed by rail by signing appropriate
shipping documents.
f. Notifies SPOE team leaders equipment deployed by rail has arrived in the
marshalling area.
g. Briefs commander/SPOE team OIC on status of rail offloading activities.
5. SPOE team performs rail offloading operations.
a. Reports to the railhead.
b. Offloads equipment from railcars.
c. Moves equipment to SPOE.
d. Employs safety procedures.
e. Employs environmental stewardship procedures.
6. SPOE team performs SPOE marshalling area maintenance.
a. Performs after operation preventive maintenance checks and services.
b. Notifies supervisor of maintenance problems beyond operator's capability.
c. Checks vehicles, cargo, and personal gear for completeness, damage,
proper markings, and compliance with loading plans.
d. Conducts final preparation of vehicles and equipment.
e. Adjusts vehicle fuel levels in accordance with port support activity officials'
instructions.
f. Turns in excess fuel and petroleum, oil, and lubricant products.
g. Verifies placement of placards, labels, and certification documents on
hazardous material.
h. Corrects deficiencies on vehicles, cargo, and personal gear.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
i. Moves to SPOE staging area. j. Employs safety procedures. k. Employs environmental stewardship procedures.
* 7. SPOE team leaders supervise final preparation of vehicles, equipment, cargo, and personal gear for deployment. a. Inspect military shipping labels and markings on vehicles, cargo, and equipment for compliance with port call message. b. Inspect vehicles and cargo to ensure deficiencies noted during acceptance inspection have been corrected. c. Coordinate for maintenance assistance. d. Enforce safety procedures. e. Enforce environmental stewardship procedures.
8. SPOE team performs final preparation of vehicles, equipment, cargo, and personal gear for deployment. a. Moves vehicles and equipment to SPOE staging area. b. Stages vehicles for loading. c. Corrects deficiencies in military shipping labels and markings on vehicles and equipment. d. Drives vehicles to call forward area. e. Employs safety procedures. f. Employs environmental stewardship procedures.
* 9. Unit movement officer updates transportation documentation. a. Verifies deployment equipment list by conducting physical inspection of equipment. b. Updates deployment equipment list. c. Verifies the presence of supercargoes by conducting roll call. d. Updates supercargo manifest.
10. SPOE team returns to unit area. a. Assembles personnel for return to unit area. b. Reports to transportation loading area. c. Loads baggage on vehicles. d. Boards transportation to return to unit.
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.

SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title. References
101-92Y-0006(SL2) 551-88N-0002(SL2) 551-88N-0004(SL3) Inspect equipment for accountability,.STP 21-24-SMCT cleanliness, and serviceability Prepare for Unit Movement. STP 21-24-SMCT Coordinate Unit Movement. STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
ELEMENTS: COMPANY COMPANY HEADQUARTERS SERVICE SPT PLT HQ
TASK: Perform Aerial Port of Embarkation Activities for Deployment (63-2-8010.34-0001) (FM 100-17). (FM 55-10). (FM 55-12) (FM 55-9). (HANDBOOK REF 97-1)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The unit arrives at the aerial port of embarkation marshalling area for aerial deployment. Equipment and vehicles not deploying by air have been moved to the seaport of embarkation. Equipment to accompany troops by air is present. The installation transportation office or theater army movement control activity /movement control team has a unit movement coordinator and advance party at the aerial port of embarkation to assist in deployment activities. Transportation support is available. The deployment standing operating procedures, movement plan, port call message, and higher headquarters deployment operations order are available. The unit has a unit movement officer and alternate. The unit is deploying as part of a higher headquarters deployment. Aerial port of embarkation activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Aerial port of embarkation activities were performed in accordance with deployment standing operating procedures, movement plan, departure airfield control group officials, and commander's instructions.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO

1. Commander directs Aerial Port of Embarkation (APOE) activities.

a.
Notifies unit movement coordinator and Departure Airfield Control Group
(DACG) officials that the unit has arrived at the APOE.

b.
Verifies APOE movement schedules, procedures, and requirements.

c.
Provides manifest of personnel and equipment to accompany troops and
shipper's declaration of dangerous goods to higher headquarters for review
by DACG or port movement control team

d.
Briefs unit on APOE duties and responsibilities.

e.
Directs unit to conduct final preparation of deploying vehicles and
equipment.

f.
Conducts acceptance inspection of vehicles and equipment with DACG
officials at the alert holding area.

g.
Directs unit to correct deficiencies noted during acceptance inspection.

h.
Transfers custody of equipment and cargo to DACG officials.

i.
Briefs the higher headquarters commander on status of APOE activities.

' 2. Unit movement officer supervises APOE activities.
a.
Coordinates with DACG and/or supporting installation officials for
transportation, maintenance, logistics, and other support.

b.
Coordinates with DACG officials to verify APOE movement schedules,
procedures, and requirements.

c.
Coordinates with S4 representative to ensure adequate shoring, dunnage,
and floor protection are on hand and readily available for loading.

d.
Verifies unit vehicles, equipment, cargo, and secondary loads are properly
marked and prepared for airlift.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
e. Coordinates with DACG to verify loading sequence of vehicles and equipment. f. Verifies that deficiencies noted during DACG acceptance inspection have been corrected. g. Verifies the presence of all manifested personnel by conducting roll call. h. Provides verified personnel and cargo manifest to DACG at the alert holding area. i. Provides load teams to load and tie down unit equipment.
* 3. Supervise final preparation of vehicles, equipment, cargo, and personal gear for deployment. a. Inspect vehicles, equipment, cargo, and personal gear for completeness, damage, and compliance with loading plans. b. Inspect vehicles, equipment, cargo, and personal gear for proper marking and documentation.
c. Inspect vehicles and cargo to ensure deficiencies noted during acceptance inspection have been corrected. d. Coordinate with the unit movement officer for maintenance assistance. e. Enforce safety procedures. f. Enforce environmental stewardship procedures.
4. Perform APOE marshalling activities. a. Perform after operations preventive maintenance checks and services. b. Notify supervisor of maintenance problems beyond operator's capability to repair. c. Conduct final preparation of vehicles and equipment. d. Adjust vehicle fuel levels in accordance with TM 38-250. e. Turn-in excess fuel. f. Correct deficiencies on vehicles, cargo, and personal gear. g. Correct deficiencies on placement of placards, labels, and certification documents on hazardous material. h. Move to APOE alert holding area. i. Employ safety procedures.
5. Perform APOE alert holding area activities. a. Correct deficiencies in shipping documents, markings, custom labels, and decontamination tags on vehicles and equipment. b. Drive vehicles to call forward area.
6. Perform APOE passenger activities. a. Report to designated location for DACG safety and anti-terrorism briefing. b. Provide baggage detail to load unit baggage on aircraft. c. Complete security screen. d. Board aircraft.
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.

ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability
551-88N-0002(SL2) Prepare for Unit Movement STP 21-24-SMCT
551-88N-0003(SL4) Plan Unit Move STP 21-24-SMCT
551-88N-0004(SL3) Coordinate Unit Movement STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING. COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
ELEMENTS: COMPANY COMPANY HEADQUARTERS SERVICE SPT PLT HQ
TASK: Perform Aerial Port of Debarkation Activities for Deployment (63-2-8011.34-0001)
(FM 100-17). (FM 55-10). (FM 55-12)
(FM 55-9). (HANDBOOK REF 97-1)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Aircraft carrying main body lands at the Aerial Port of Debarkation (APOD). The unit has advance party personnel at the APOD to assist the unit. Representatives from the unit advance party and arrival airfield control group meet the aircraft. !Mit personnel assist in offloading vehicles. The arrival airfield control group has designated a holding area and a marshalling area for the unit to complete APOD activities. Transportation is available to move the unit to the marshalling area and theater staging base. The commander has designated an equipment reception team to travel to the seaport of debarkation to receive unit vehicles and equipment deployed by ship. The deployment standing operating procedures is available. APOD activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions.
NOTE: The equipment reception team is an ad hoc group of personnel designated by the unit commander to receive the unit's equipment upon arrival at the port. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Aerial port of debarkation activities were performed in accordance with deployment standing operating procedures, arrival airfield control group officials and commander's instructions.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Commander coordinates arrival of personnel.

a.
Coordinates with unit advance party and movement control team upon
arrival for location of holding area, marshalling area, maintenance support,
movement, security, and other special Aerial Port of Debarkation (APOD)
requirements.

b.
Assembles unit in holding area.

.
c.
Directs unit leaders to establish security.

d.
Coordinates with higher headquarters or movement control team for
transportation support to marshalling area.

e.
Coordinates with S2/S3 for tactical intelligence.

f.
Briefs unit leaders on tactical situation, security requirements, movement
schedule, and any special requirements.

g.
Directs unit leaders to prepare unit for movement.

*
2. Unit movement officer supervises unit movement activities at APOD.

a.
Coordinates with arrival airfield control group for offloading and movement
schedules.

b.
Briefs unit leaders on offloading and movement schedules.

c.
Provides arrival airfield control group, supporting installation officials, and
S2/S3 a copy of deployment equipment list.

d.
Coordinates with S2/S3 for convoy routes, maps, and timetable for road
movements.

e.
Coordinates with S4 representatives for fuel and supplies for road
movements.

f.
Briefs commander on APOD activities.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO

3. Unit leaders supervise unit activities at APOD.

a.
Inspect personnel and weapons for accountability as they exit aircraft.

b.
Brief personnel on location of holding area, marshalling area, movement
requirements, and special APOD requirements.

c.
Establish security in accordance with commander's instructions.

d.
Designate personnel to assist in offloading aircraft.

e.
Inspect personnel and personal gear at the holding area and marshalling
area to ensure all personnel have arrived with required personal gear and
baggage.

f.
Brief commander on unit activities at APOD.

g.
Enforce safety procedures.

h.
Enforce environmental stewardship procedures. . .

4. Unit headquarters prepares soldiers for movement.
a.
Issues individual supplies as needed, such as ammunition, food, water,
health, and comfort items.

b.
Coordinates with the arrival airfield control group for life support for unit
personnel in the transit holding area.

c.
Maintains daily personnel accountability.

5. Main body performs unit activities at the APOD.
a.
Disembarks aircraft in accordance with loadmaster's instructions.

b.
Assembles in APOD holding area.

c.
Performs offloading activities.

d.
Performs security functions.

e.
Moves to APOD marshalling area.

f.
Performs security functions.

g.
Ensures all equipment and vehicles are offloaded and serviceable.

h.
Notifies unit leaders of vehicle and/or equipment deficiencies that can not
be corrected.

i.
Reconfigures vehicles and cargo for road movement.

j.
Loads baggage on transportation for movement to holding area or main
body area.

k.
Fuels vehicles for convoy.

I.
Boards transportation for movement to seaport of debarkation holding area
or main body area.

m.
Employs safety procedures.

n.
Employs environmental stewardship procedures.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
.
Task Number Task Title. References
101-92Y-0006(SL2).Inspect equipment for accountability,.STP 21-24-SMCT cleanliness, and serviceability
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
551-88N-0002(SL2) Prepare for Unit Movement STP 21-24-SMCT
551-88N-0004(SL3) Coordinate Unit Movement STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
ELEMENTS: COMPANY HEADQUARTERS COMPANY SERVICE SPT PLT HQ
TASK: Perform Seaport of Debarkation Activities for Deployment (63-2-8012.34-0001) (FM 100-17). (FM 55-50). (HANDBOOK REF 97-1)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Unit equipment and supercargoes have arrived at the Seaport of Debarkation (SPOD). The equipment reception team has been briefed on their duties and responsibilities. The battalion headquarters has deployed and the battalion commander/staff are located in the SPOD. A rail loading team has been designated. Transportation support is available and security is provided. The port support activity has designated an area for equipment to be inventoried and inspected as it is offloaded. Rail and road marshalling area have been designated for the unit to complete SPOD activities and prepare for movement to the theater staging base. Sufficient railcars and vehicles are available to move the unit to the theater staging base. The unit's main body is located in the theater staging base. The deployment standing operating procedures is available. SPOD activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Seaport of debarkation activities were performed in accordance with deployment standing operating procedures and commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Equipment reception team directs unit activities at the Seaport of Debarkation (SPOD).

a.
Coordinates with higher headquarters staff personnel and/or port support
activity officials upon arrival for location of holding area, marshalling area,
maintenance, logistics, movement support, security, and other special
requirements.

b.
Coordinates with S4 and/or port support activity officials for needed support_
while at the SPOD.

c.
Identifies amount of prepositioned stocks required by the unit.

d.
Assembles equipment reception team in holding area.

e.
Conducts acceptance inspection with port support activity officials.

f.
Notifies battalion commander and S4 of missing or damaged equipment.

g.
Assumes custody of equipment and cargo.

h.
Coordinates with S4 for transportation support to theater staging base.

i.
Coordinates with S2/S3 and movement control team for movement
schedules to the theater staging base.

j.
Verifies arrival, morale, and welfare of supercargoes.

k.
Reestablishes accountability and responsibility for supercargoes.

I.
Directs convoy and rail loading parties to proceed to rail loading or road
convoy marshalling area.

m.
Monitors preparation of equipment for road convoy or rail movement to
ensure compliance with tactical standing operating procedures.

n.
Briefs unit leaders on SPOD requirements.

o.
Advises unit commander and battalion representative on SPOD activities.

*
2. Unit movement officer supervises unit activities at SPOD.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
a.
Coordinates with S4 to identify offloading schedules, location of holding
area and marshalling area, location of prepositioned vehicles and materiel,
and other SPOD information.

b.
Briefs personnel on offloading schedules, drawing prepositioned vehicles
and materiel, special SPOD requirements, and location of marshalling area.

c.
Coordinates with S2/S3 to identify equipment, loading times and sites, and
unit loading requirements to prepare designated equipment for rail
movement to theater staging base.

d.
Coordinates with S2/S3 for convoy routes, maps, tactical intelligence, and
timetable for road move to theater staging base.

e.
Coordinates with S4 for fuel, ammunition, and supplies for road move to
theater staging base.

f.
Provides rail loading plan to rail loading team chief.

g.
Monitors rail loading procedures to ensure compliance with movement
control team's instructions.

h.
Monitors preparation of equipment for road convoy to ensure compliance
with tactical standing operating procedures.

i.
Briefs equipment reception party on rail loading and convoy requirements.

j.
Briefs commander on SPOD activities.

k.
Enforces safety procedures.

I.
Enforces environmental stewardship procedures.

3. Supercargoes perform SPOD activities.
a.
Disembark ship.

b.
Report to equipment reception team for instructions.

4. Equipment reception team performs equipment reception activities.
a.
Offloads vehicles.

b.
Inspects equipment to be sure it is operational.

c.
Moves vehicles and materiel from prepositioned locations to rail or convoy
marshalling area.

d.
Moves unit vehicles and cargo to SPOD rail or convoy marshalling area.

e.
Performs before-operations preventive maintenance checks and services
on all vehicles and equipment.

f.
Corrects all vehicle and equipment discrepancies within the operator's
capabilities.

g.
Reports all deficiencies beyond operator's capability to immediate
supervisor.

h.
Reconfigures vehicles and cargo for road movement.

i.
Fuels vehicles for convoy to theater staging base.

j.
Draws weapons, ammunition, and other tactical supplies from S4.

k.
Notifies unit movement officer that vehicles are offloaded and operational.

I.
Employs safety procedures.

m.
Employs environmental stewardship procedures.

*
5. Rail loading team chief supervises rail loading activities.

a.
Coordinates with unit movement officer for rail loading plans.

b.
Coordinates with unit movement officer to identify special rail loading
requirements.

c.
Verifies the presence of all rail guards by conducting roll call.

d.
Verifies the presence of manifested vehicles and equipment by conducting
physical inventory.

e.
Provides a copy of the personnel and cargo manifest to conductor.

f.
Notifies commander when rail loading is completed.

g.
Enforces safety procedures.

ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO•GO
6. Rail loading team performs rail loading.
a.
Stages vehicles.

b.
Loads vehicles and equipment on railcar.

c.
Secures vehicles and equipment.

d.
Notifies rail loading team chief when rail loading is completed.

e.
Employs safety procedures.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title. References

101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability,.STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability 551-88N-0002(SL2) Prepare for Unit Movement. STP 21-24-SMCT 551-88N-0004(SL3) Coordinate Unit Movement. STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
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ELEMENTS: COMPANY HEADQUARTERS COMPANY SERVICE SPT PLT HQ
TASK: Prepare Equipment Reception Team for Tactical Road March (63-2-8013.34-0001)
(FM 100-14). (FM 55-10). (FM 63-2-2)
(HANDBOOK REF 97-1)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The unit has received a movement order from S2/S3 to move from the seaport of debarkation marshaling area to the theater staging base or tactical assembly area. The unit's vehicles have been offloaded and are operational. Movement can occur in a field or military operations on urbanized terrain environment. The movement control team has provided routes of march and a movement schedule. Area reconnaissance and coordination for fire support and medical evacuation support has been accomplished by S2/S3. Higher headquarters and unit tactical standing operating procedures are available. The unit march commander has been designated. Strip maps are provided by higher headquarters staff element. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Equipment reception team was ready to cross start point no later than time prescribed in movement order.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Equipment reception team prepares vehicles and equipment.
a.
Removes all unit identification markings on vehicles.

b.
Covers all reflective surfaces of all vehicles or cargo with available
materials.

c.
Hardens all vehicles using sandbags and/or other authorized materials.

d.
Places antennas at lowest height.

e.
Turns radio volume and squelch to lowest operational setting consistent
with operational requirements.

f.
Sets squelch setting "on" and call-light "off' when operating at night.

g.
Attaches radio frequency tags to vehicles.

*
2. Convoy commander and leaders organize convoy.

a.
Assign vehicle positions with the heavier, slower vehicles placed first.

b.
Assign Force XXI battle command brigade & below equipped vehicles as
control vehicles without setting a pattern.

c.
Assign recovery vehicle(s) positions where they can move to disabled
vehicles without disrupting convoy movement.

d.
Assign hardened vehicle(s) with crew-served weapons interspersed
throughout the convoy.

e.
Assign passenger locations where all unit personnel have a position and
semi-automatic and automatic weapons are alternated throughout the
convoy to cover front, rear, and flanks.

1. Assign soldiers to air guard duties with specific search sectors covering 360
degrees.

g.
Request sufficient number of recovery vehicles and mechanics to assign to
trail party element.

h.
Provide vehicle position listing with locations of all vehicles to the trail party
leader.

i.
Open Force XXI battle command brigade & below and radio net(s).

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
3. March commander and leaders conduct premovement inspections.

a.
Inspect personnel and equipment for compliance with commander's
guidance.

b.
Inspect organizational equipment for accountability and serviceability.

c.
Inspect vehicles, trailers, and loads for serviceability, proper stowing, and
security.

d.
Forward personnel and equipment status to commander and higher
headquarters staff element.

*
4. Convoy commander conducts briefings for convoy personnel.

a.
Provides strip maps to each vehicle driver.

b.
Briefs convoy chain of command.

c.
Briefs convoy route.

d.
Prescribes the rate of march and catch-up speeds.

e.
Briefs vehicle intervals.

f.
Identifies scheduled halts, to include convoy support centers.

g.
Briefs safety, accident, and breakdown procedures.

h.
Briefs immediate action security measures.

i.
Briefs blackout condition procedures.

j.
Identifies location of medical support.

k.
Identifies location of maintenance support.

I.
Provides location and identification of destination.

m.
Briefs arm and hand signals.

n.
Briefs radio frequencies and call signs for control personnel, fire support
elements, and medical evacuation support.

5. Equipment reception team prepares to cross start point.
a.
Positions all vehicles in accordance with convoy commander's instructions.

b.
Clears all individual and crew-served weapons.

c.
Posts air guards in positions designated by march commander.

d.
Posts security guards to maintain 360-degree surveillance.

e.
Forwards movement readiness report to S2/S3 using Force XXI battle
command brigade & below, radio, or messenger.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References

551-88N-0002(SL2) Prepare for Unit Movement STP 21-24-SMCT 551-88N-0004(SL3) Coordinate Unit Movement STP 21-24-SMCT 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
ELEMENTS: COMPANY HEADQUARTERS COMPANY SERVICE SPT PLT HQ GSR PLT HQ AIR RECON PLT HQ 3 C&J PLATOON HQ ELEC WARFARE PLT HQ ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ OPS SPT PLT HQ
TASK: Perform Redeployment Personnel and Administrative Actions (63-2-8014.34-0001) (FM 100-17). (HANDBOOK REF 97-1)
ITERATION:. 1.2 3 4.
5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The unit is located in the tactical assembly area and receives a warning order to redeploy to home station. Some personnel and administrative actions are initiated in the tactical assembly area and completed in the redeployment assembly area. The unit is redeploying as part of a higher headquarters redeployment. The S1 has provided a soldier readiness processing schedule to the commander. The S1 has coordinated for area support group contact team support. The redeployment movement plan is available. The unit has a unit movement officer. Preparation activities for redeployment are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Redeployment soldier readiness processing activities were accomplished in accordance with redeployment movement plan, S1 soldier readiness processing schedule, and commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO

1. Commander directs personnel and administrative redeployment activities.

a.
Coordinates with S1 to identify personnel and administrative requirements
for redeployment.

b.
Designates higher headquarters advance party representatives and seaport
of embarkment team.

c.
Briefs unit leaders on personnel and administrative requirements for
redeployment.

d.
Provides personnel and administrative processing schedule to unit
headquarters.

e.
Directs the unit headquarters to develop a unit personnel and administrative
processing schedule.

f.
Forwards list of personnel unable to redeploy to S1.

g.
Forwards list of personnel redeploying as individuals.

h.
Directs personnel to complete personnel and administrative requirements
for redeployment.

i.
Approves award and decoration recommendations.

j.
Coordinates with S1 for personnel and administrative support.

k.
Briefs higher headquarters commander on status of personnel and
administrative actions.

2. Headquarters supervises redeployment personnel and administrative actions.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO•GO
a. Develops unit personnel and administrative processing schedule based on the redeployment movement plan, S1 soldier readiness processing schedule, and commander's guidance. b. Distributes unit personnel and administrative processing schedule to platoons and sections. c. Monitors personnel and administrative processing to ensure personnel complete actions. d. Verifies redeployment records are updated prior to soldier's departure from theater.
3. Headquarters performs personnel redeployment processing functions. a. Identifies course of action for soldiers not eligible for redeployment, to include temporary gaining command, transfer procedures, and administrative requirements. b. Provides list of soldiers eligible and not eligible for redeployment. c. Provides redeploying soldiers medical, dental, and personnel records for redeployment processing. d. Provides necessary forms to unit personnel for redeployment processing. e. Dispatches all soldiers updated records back to the unit's home station before soldiers depart. f. Sends records to home station on different conveyance as soldiers. g. Completes personnel and administrative requirements for deployment. h. Prepares passenger manifest. i. Processes recommendations for decorations and awards.
j. Completes evaluation reports for eligible soldiers who are scheduled to redeploy individually. k. Inputs status changes and other actions to pay and personnel systems. I. Coordinates with the S1for personnel and administrative support. m. Briefs commander on personnel and administrative actions.
* 4. Supervise personnel and administrative actions. a. Direct personnel to complete personnel and administrative actions. b. Monitor personnel and administrative processing to ensure personnel complete all administrative actions. c. Submit performance reports, award and decoration recommendations, and other personnel actions to the commander for approval/certification. d. Coordinate with unit headquarters for personnel and administrative support. e. Submit records and reports to unit headquarters in accordance with the redeployment movement plan. f. Brief commander on personnel and administrative actions. g. Brief personnel on personnel and administrative requirements.
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.

ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
805C-PAD-2044(SL2 Recommend Individual for Award and/or STP 21-24-SMCT
Decoration
805C-PAD-2461(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status STP 21-24-SMCT
Report)

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
ELEMENTS: COMPANY COMPANY HEADQUARTERS SERVICE SPT PLT HQ GSR PLT HQ AIR RECON PLT HQ 3 C&J PLATOON HQ ELEC WARFARE PLT HQ ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ OPS SPT PLT HQ
TASK: Perform Redeployment Training Activities (63-2-8015.34-0001) (FM 100-17). (HANDBOOK REF 97-1)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The unit is preparing for redeployment to home station. Sufficient time exists for the unit to conduct redeployment training. Training support is available to train unit personnel in customs, US Department of Agriculture, and other redeployment requirements. Training is conducted in the tactical assembly area/redeployment assembly area. The redeployment movement plan, higher headquarters redeployment operations order, and training records are available. The unit has a movement officer and alternate. The unit is redeploying as part of a higher headquarters redeployment. Redeployment training activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Redeployment training was accomplished in accordance with the training schedule and commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Commander directs redeployment training activities.

a.
Identifies redeployment training requirements by reviewing the
redeployment movement plan and higher headquarters redeployment
operations order in coordination with the higher headquarters staff
personnel.

b.
Directs training officer to develop a unit training schedule to correct training
deficiencies.

c.
Designates personnel to receive redeployment training.

d.
Briefs higher headquarters commander on status of redeployment training.

e.
Completes verification statement and checklists indicating the status of the
unit.

*
2. Training officer/noncommissioned officer supervises redeployment training activities.

a.
Develops training schedule based on redeployment operations order,
specialized training requirements identified by higher headquarters, and
commander's guidance.-

b.
Coordinates with S2/S3 for training support.

c.
Provides training schedule to S2/S3 and unit leaders.

d.
Provides stress control and family support reorientation briefings and higher
headquarters directives.

e.
Ensures appropriate training is provided to personnel.

f.
Briefs commander on status of redeployment training.

*
3. Perform redeployment training activities.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
a.
Coordinate with unit movement officer for required training support.

b.
Conduct training in accordance with training schedule.

c.
Annotate training results on individual and team training records.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title. References

805C-PAD-1245(SL4 Support Unit And Family Readiness Through.STP 21-24-SMCT
The Army Family Team Building (AFTB)
Program 805C-PAD-2461(SL2 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status.STP 21-24-SMCT Report)
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
ELEMENTS: COMPANY HEADQUARTERS COMPANY SERVICE SPT PLT HQ
TASK: Perform Redeployment Supply Activities (63-2-8016.34-0001) (FM 100-17). (HANDBOOK REF 97-1)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The unit is preparing for redeployment to home station. Vehicles, equipment, and supplies are available to resupply units redeploying. Redeployment supply activities are accomplished in the tactical assembly area and redeployment assembly area. The tactical standing operating procedure, redeployment movement plan, and higher headquarters redeployment operations order are available. The unit is redeploying as part of a higher headquarters deployment. Redeployment supply activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Redeployment supply activities were accomplished in accordance with the redeployment movement plan, tactical standing operating procedures, higher headquarters redeployment. operations order, and commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Commander directs redeployment supply activities.
a.
Identifies vehicles and equipment to be left in-country.

b.
Identifies vehicles and equipment required to reconstitute the unit before or
after redeployment.

c.
Coordinates with S4 for issue of vehicles, equipment, and supplies required
to resupply the unit.

d.
Identifies supplies and equipment needed to redeploy to home station by
reviewing the redeployment movement plan, redeployment operations
order, and coordination with S4.

e.
Directs unit leaders to turn-in vehicles, ammunition, supplies, and
equipment to be left in-country.

f.
Directs unit leaders to provide supply and equipment requests to supply
section.

g.
Directs supply section to turn-in excess supplies and equipment.

h.
Inspects area and facilities to ensure excess vehicles, equipment, and
supplies have been turned-in.

i.
Briefs higher headquarters commander on supply status.

2. Perform redeployment supply activities.
a.
Identify shortages of vehicles, supplies, and equipment by conducting
inventories and reviewing deployment equipment list.

b.
Identify shortages by inventorying organizational clothing and individual
equipment.

c.
Submit requests for vehicles, supplies, and equipment to supply section.

3. Headquarters provides supply support.
a.
Provides a copy of the deployment equipment list to platoons and sections.

b.
Submits request for supplies and equipment to S4.

c.
Coordinates with S4 to resolve, cancel, or validate outstanding requisitions.

d.
Submits changes of the "ship to" address to reflect home station address for
all outstanding requisitions.

ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
e.
Coordinates with commander or S4 for transportation and material handling
equipment support to turn-in, pick-up, issue, and/or pack ammunition,
equipment, and supplies.

f.
Coordinates with S4 for customs and US Department of Agriculture
inspection schedule and procedures.

g.
Inspects issued vehicles and equipment for serviceability and
completeness.

h.
Issues vehicles, equipment, and supplies to appropriate platoons/sections.

i.
Secures unissued supplies and equipment.

j.
Turns in equipment, supplies, and hazardous material to designated facility.

k.
Briefs commander on supply status.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References

091-CLT-3009(S L4) Supervise Maintenance Operations STP 21-24-SMCT 091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT and Services (PMCS) 101-92Y-0001(SL4) Supervise Supply Activities STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
ELEMENTS: COMPANY HEADQUARTERS COMPANY SERVICE SPT PLT HQ GSR PLT HQ AIR RECON PLT HQ 3 C&J PLATOON HQ ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ OPS SPT PLT HQ ELEC WARFARE PLT HQ
TASK: Perform Redeployment Maintenance Activities (63-2-8017.34-0001) (FM 100-17). (HANDBOOK REF 97-1)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The unit is preparing for redeployment to home station. A motor officer has been designated by the commander. Required tools, equipment, and personnel are available. Maintenance support teams are available in the tactical assembly area and redeployment assembly area. The maintenance standing operating procedures is available. The unit is redeploying as part of a higher headquarters redeployment. Redeployment maintenance is performed day or night under all environmental conditions. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Redeployment maintenance was accomplished in accordance with the maintenance standing operating procedures and commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Commander directs redeployment maintenance activities.

a.
Identifies redeployment maintenance requirements.

b.
Monitors maintenance activities for compliance with the maintenance
standing operating procedures and commander's guidance.

c.
Approves the use of controlled exchange when required repair parts are not
available.

d.
Checks material condition status report for accuracy and completeness.

e.
Forwards material condition status report to the S4.

f.
Coordinates with S4 for maintenance support.

g.
Prioritizes repair of vehicles and equipment.

h.
Enforces safety procedures.

i.
Enforces environmental stewardship procedures.

*
2. Motor officer and/or motor sergeant supervises redeployment maintenance activities.

a.
Identifies unit operational readiness levels by reviewing vehicle and
equipment status reports, preventive maintenance checks and services,
and redeployment maintenance checks.

b.
Prepares material condition status report in accordance with AR 220-1 and
AR 700-138.

c.
Submits current material condition status report to commander.

d.
Submits request for Maintenance Support Teams (MSTs) to commander.

e.
Submits request for controlled exchanges to commander for approval.

f.
Designates unit maintenance personnel to assist MSTs.

g.
Directs calibration of tools.

h.
Verifies prescribed load list inventory by conducting spot checks.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
i. Verifies completion of repairs by reviewing maintenance records... j. Coordinates with S4 to identify status of vehicles and equipment in support maintenance.
k. Coordinates with S4 for disposition instructions for nonrepairable vehicles. I. Briefs the commander on maintenance status of vehicles and equipment. m. Issues and/or reissues military drivers and equipment licenses to unit personnel. n. Enforces safety procedures. o. Enforces environmental stewardship procedures.
3. Headquarters performs organizational maintenance activities. a. Calibrates tools.
b. Inspects equipment in accordance with technical manuals. c. Records all deficiencies on equipment inspection worksheets. d. Corrects unit-level maintenance deficiencies.
e. Forwards requests for direct support maintenance to the supporting maintenance facility. f. Requests required repair. g. Repairs equipment. h. Requests approval for controlled exchange through motor officer or sergeant when required repair parts are not available. i. Performs controlled exchange. j. Performs final inspection to ensure quality control of repairs. k. Conducts inventory of prescribed load list to confirm shortages. I. Submits request for prescribed load list replenishment to motor sergeant. m. Performs technical inspections of replacement equipment. n. Releases equipment to appropriate platoon or section. o. Employs safety procedures. p. Employs environmental stewardship procedures.
4. Headquarters conducts transactions with MST. a. Identifies vehicles and equipment that require MST support. b. Prepares required documentation for submission to MST. c. Delivers vehicles and equipment to MST. d. Picks up equipment from MST upon notification repairs are completed. e. Notifies owning element to pick up vehicles and equipment.
* 5. Supervise redeployment operator maintenance activities. a. Monitor performance of preventive maintenance checks and services and redeployment maintenance..• b. Inspect vehicles, weapons, and equipment to ensure compliance with appropriate technical manuals and commander's guidance. c. Provide input for material condition status report to motor officer. d. Enforce safety procedures. e. Enforce environmental stewardship procedures.
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.

SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
091-CLT-3009(SL4) 091-CLT-4029(SL2) 850-001-2000(SL2) Supervise Maintenance Operations Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-0PFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
ELEMENTS: COMPANY COMPANY HEADQUARTERS SERVICE SPT PLT HQ GSR PLT HQ AIR RECON PLT HQ 3 C&J PLATOON HQ ELEC WARFARE PLT HQ ANAL & CNTL ELEM HQ OPS SPT PLT HQ
TASK: Prepare Vehicles and Equipment for Redeployment (63-2-8018.34-0001) (FM 100-17). (HANDBOOK REF 97-1)
ITERATION:. 1.2 3.
4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The unit receives a movement directive to redeploy to home station. Preparation of vehicles and equipment for redeployment is performed in the tactical/redeployment assembly area and aerial/seaport of embarkation unit marshalling area. A railhead is available. Packing and crating; weighing and loading; vehicle and equipment cleaning; and rail loading teams have been designated. Transportation support, railcars, weighing scales, packing materials, material handling equipment, shipping containers, inserts, pallets and other equipment preparation and loading materials are available. The movement directive, redeployment movement plan and higher headquarters redeployment operations order are available. The unit has a Unit movement officer and alternate. The unit is redeploying as part of a higher headquarters redeployment. Equipment preparation is performed day or night under all environmental conditions. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Vehicles and equipment were prepared for redeployment and loaded for movement to aerial/seaport of embarkation in accordance with the redeployment movement plan and commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Commander directs vehicle and equipment preparation activities.

a.
Identifies equipment and supplies to be redeployed.

b.
Identifies personnel, equipment, and vehicles scheduled to move to the
aerial/seaport of embarkation (A/SPOE) by road or rail.

c.
Designates a unit marshalling area.

d.
Coordinates with S2/S3 for US Department of Agriculture and customs
contact team support.

e.
Coordinates with S4 for transportation support to A/SPOE.

f.
Inspects area to ensure all excess vehicles, equipment, and supplies have
been turned-in.

g.
Notifies S2/S3 when vehicles and containers are loaded and ready to move.

*
2. Unit movement officer supervises vehicle and equipment preparation activities.

a.
Coordinates with theater army movement control activity/movement control
team and the transportation coordinator's automated command & control
information system site for deployment equipment list, military shipping
labels, and documents.

NOTE: If the unit did not deploy with a deployment equipment list produced by the transportation coordinator's automated command & control information system, a deployment equipment list will be generated based on the unit property book and vehicle and secondary load lists.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
b. Updates automated unit equipment list (AUEL) to reflect vehicles,
equipment, and supplies to be redeployed.
c. Updates AUEL to reflect actual weights.
d. Inputs updated AUEL into the transportation coordinator's automated
command & control information system.
e. Provides theater army movement control activity/movement control team
and/or S4 with information on oversize and overweight vehicles, equipment,
and cargo requiring special handling.
f. Coordinates with transportation coordinator's automated command &
control information system site for deployment equipment list, blocking,
bracing, packing, crating, and tie-down material requirements lists;
vehicle/rail loading plans and schedules; special hauling permit requests;
military shipping labels; and convc.y clearance requests.
g. Coordinates with S4 for packing materials, weighing scales, material
handling equipment, containers, inserts, pallets, and other equipment
preparation and loading materials.
h. Coordinates with S4 for radio frequency tags for sensitive/classified cargo.
i. Coordinates with US Department of Agriculture and customs contact team
leaders for vehicle and equipment packing, loading, and cleaning
instructions early in the preparation process.
j. Provides unit leaders with a vehicle and equipment cleaning schedule.
k. Provides unit leaders with redeployment forms, shipping labels, and
documents.
I. Coordinates container pick-up with S4.
m. Provides special instructions to packing and crating teams.
n. Provides container packing schedule to unit leaders and customs contact
team.
o. Identifies transportation support requirements.
p. Coordinates with S4 for movement of vehicles and equipment to rail loading
site.. •
q. Provides rail loading plan to rail loading team chief.
r. Provides rail loading team proper tools to conduct rail load out.
s. Coordinates with S4 or theater army movement control activity/movement
control team officials for port call message and verification of redeployment
movement plan A/SPOE requirements and procedures.
t. Briefs commander on status of preparation of vehicles and equipment for
deployment.
* 3. Supervise preparation of unit elements for redeployment.
a. Verify adequate space has been allowed for personal items and secondary
loads by reviewing loading plans.
b. Revise loading plans.
c. Monitor packing and loading.
d. Direct personnel to deliver vehicles and equipment to the vehicle and
equipment cleaning site. .
e. Monitor vehicle and equipment cleaning operations to ensure vehicles and
equipment are cleaned.
f. Inspect area to ensure all equipment to be redeployed has been packed
and/or loaded.
g. Inspect area to ensure all excess vehicles, equipment, and supplies have
been turned-in.
h. Inspect internal loads to ensure loads are secure.
'.i. Notify unit movement officer of any load plan revisions.
j. Enforce safety procedures.
k. Enforce environmental stewardship protective procedures.

ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
4. Movement officer maintains an up-to-date AUEL.

a.
Conducts physical inventory of vehicles and equipment to be redeployed to
verify accuracy of AUEL.

b.
Revises AUEL.

c.
Submits AUEL changes to theater army movement control
activity/movement control team.

5. Packing and crating teams prepare equipment for redeployment.
a.
Pack hazardous materials.

b.
Prepare container packing lists and shipping documents.

c.
Distribute container packing lists and shipping documents.

d.
Mark containers.

e.
Assist container pick-up crew in loading operations.

f.
Employ safety procedures.

g.
Employ environmental stewardship protective procedures.

6. Vehicle and equipment cleaning team cleans vehicles and equipment for
redeployment.

a.
Guides vehicles into cleaning site.

b.
Cleans vehicles and equipment.

c.
Reports completion of vehicle and equipment cleaning operations to unit
movement officer.

7. Prepare vehicles, equipment, and personal gear for redeployment.
a.
Turn in excess vehicles, equipment, and supplies to supply sergeant.

b.
Pack personal gear.

c.
Mark and/or tag personal gear and equipment.

d.
Move equipment to be packed in containers to the container packing area.

e.
Load vehicles.

f.
Place radio frequency tags on sensitive/classified cargo and/or vehicles.

g.
Deliver vehicles and equipment to the vehicle and equipment cleaning site.

h.
Move vehicles to marshalling area.

i.
Employ safety procedures.

j.
Employ environmental stewardship protective procedures.

8. Weighing and marking team weighs and marks vehicles for deployment.
a.
Sets up weighing and marking.

b.
Guides vehicles onto scales as they arrive.

c.
Identifies vehicle gross weight.

d.
Identifies vehicle axle weights (air movement only).

e.
Computes vehicle center of balance based on axle weights (air movement
only).

f.
Marks center of balance on vehicles.

g.
Reports gross weights for each deploying vehicle to movement officer.

h.
Tears down weighing and marking area.

i.
Returns vehicle weighing scales.

9. Prepare vehicles and equipment for movement to A/SPOE or rail loading site.
a.
Stage vehicles for convoy.

b.
Correct loading deficiencies.. •

c.
Recompute center of gravity (air movement only).

d.
Re-mark center of gravity on vehicles (air movement only).

e.
Mark vehicles for movement to A/SPOE.

f.
Place military shipping labels on vehicles and equipment.

g.
Move designated vehicles and equipment to the rail loading site.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
h.
Prepare convoy for movement to A/SPOE.

i.
Notify movement officer that vehicles are ready to cross start point for
convoy to A/SPOE.

*10. Rail loading team supervises rail loading activities.
a.
Conducts safety briefing for unit personnel at the rail loading site.

b.
Coordinates with unit movement officer for rail loading plans.

c.
Coordinates with unit movement officer to identify special rail loading
requirements.

d.
Verifies the presence of rail guards by conducting roll call.

e.
Verifies the presence*of manifested vehicles and equipment by conducting
physical inventory.

f.
Provides cargo manifest to conductor.

g.
Inspects vehicles and equipment for military shipping labels and proper
markings

h.
Notifies commander when rail loading is complete.

i.
Enforces safety procedures.

j.
Enforces environmental stewardship protective procedures.

11. Rail loading team performs rail loading.
a.
Stages vehicles.

b.
Loads vehicles and equipment on railcars.

c.
Secures vehicles and equipment.

d.
Notifies rail loading team loading is complete.

e.
Employs safety procedures.

f.
Employs environmental stewardship protective procedures.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
091-CLT-3009(SL4) Supervise Maintenance Operations STP 21-24-SMCT 091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT and Services (PMCS) 101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT cleanliness, and serviceability 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT Risk Mgt Process
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENTS: COMPANY COMPANY HEADQUARTERS SERVICE SPT PLT HQ
TASK: Perform Sea Port of Embarkation Activities for Redeployment (63-2-8019.34-0001) (FM 100-17). (FM 55-1). (FM 55-10) (FM 55-50). (HANDBOOK REF 97-1)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The unit's wheeled-vehicle convoy crosses the release point in the Seaport of Embarkation (SPOE) marshalling area. The commander has designated a unit SPOE team. Commercial support is not available. The commander or SPOE team has notified higher headquarters and port support activity officials of the unit's arrival. Port support activity officials have requested unit vehicle operators' assistance in offloading unit vehicles deployed to the SPOE by rail. Transportation, maintenance, logistics, and equipment cleaning support is available. A SPOE sterile area has been designated. The redeployment movement plan/operations order are available. The unit is redeploying as part of a higher headquarters deployment and has a unit movement officer. A theater support command is in place and has assumed overall responsibility for all logistics in the theater, to include port operations. SPOE activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Seaport of embarkation activities were performed in accordance with the redeployment movement plan and higher headquarters staff and port support activity officials' instructions.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Commander or Seaport of Embarkation team directs SPOE activities.

a.
Directs team to perform after-operations preventive maintenance checks
and services on vehicles.

b.
Identifies transportation requirements for return to unit area.

c.
Coordinates with theater support command for transportation, maintenance,
and logistics support.

d.
Coordinates with Port Support Activity (PSA) officials to verify SPOE
movement schedules, procedures, safety guidelines, and requirements.

e.
Briefs team leaders on SPOE movement schedules, procedures, and
requirements.

f.
Directs team to offload and inspect equipment arriving by rail.

g.
Coordinates with PSA to identify number of supercargoes authorized and
the point of contact for supercargoes.

h.
Inspects supercargoes to ensure they are prepared for redeployment by
sea movement, to include proper orders and equipment.

i.
Briefs supercargoes on boarding schedule and responsibilities.

j.
Conducts acceptance inspection of vehicles, equipment, and cargo.

k.
Directs team to correct deficiencies noted during PSA acceptance
inspection.

I.
Transfers custody of vehicles, equipment, and cargo to SPOE officials.

m.
Briefs the higher headquarters commander on status of SPOE activities.

2. Supercargoes perform SPOE activities.
a.
Report to port commander's representative.

b.
Perform SPOE activities.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
c.
Coordinate with vessel point of contact for instructions on responsibilities and accommodations.

d.
Report to the customs inspector.

e.
Load baggage.

f.
Board ship.

*
3. Unit movement officer coordinates SPOE activities.

a.
Coordinates with PSA officials to verify loading sequence of vehicles and equipment (ship stow plan).

b.
Monitors PSA acceptance inspection of vehicles and cargo to identify deficiencies.

c.
Coordinates with maintenance support for disposition of excess fuel, petroleum, oil, lubricant products, and maintenance support.

d.
Coordinates with PSA officials for vehicle cleaning support and location of SPOE sterile area.

e.
Inspects shipping documents and labels, markings, customs labels, and decontamination tags on vehicles and equipment for compliance with theater army movement control activity/movement control team, customs, and US Department of Agriculture officials' instructions.

f.
Coordinates with theater army movement control activity/movement control team, US Department of Agriculture and/or customs officials to correct deficiencies in shipping documents and labels, customs labels, and decontamination tags.

g.
Briefs commander on status of SPOE activities.

*
4. Unit movement officer coordinates rail offloading.

a.
Coordinates with PSA officials for rail offloading schedule and requirements.

b.
Designates personnel to assist in rail offloading activities.

c.
Briefs personnel designated to assist in rail offloading activities on schedule and requirements.

d.
Supervises rail offloading activities.

e.
Assumes custody of equipment deployed by rail by signing appropriate shipping documents.

f.
Notifies SPOE team leaders, equipment deployed by rail has arrived in the marshalling area.

g.
Briefs commander and/or SPOE team OIC on status of rail offloading activities.

5. SPOE team performs rail offloading operations.
a.
Reports to the railhead in accordance with unit movement officer's instructions.

b.
Offloads equipment from railcars in accordance with PSA officials' instructions.

c.
Moves equipment to SPOE marshalling area in accordance with PSA officials' instructions.

d.
Employs safety procedures.

6. SPOE team performs SPOE marshalling area maintenance.
a.
Performs after-operations preventive maintenance checks and services in accordance with the redeployment movement plan and appropriate technical manuals.

b.
Notifies supervisor of maintenance problems beyond operator's capability.

c.
Checks vehicles, cargo, and personal gear for completeness, damage, proper markings and compliance with loading plans.

d.
Conducts final preparation of vehicles and equipment in accordance with the redeployment movement plan.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
e.
Adjusts vehicle fuel levels in accordance with port call message and PSA
officials and unit movement officer's instructions.

f.
Turns in excess fuel and petroleum, oil, and lubricant products in
accordance with unit movement officer's instructions.

g.
Verifies placement of placards, labels, and certification documents on
hazardous material in accordance with PSA officials and unit movement
officer's instructions.

h.
Corrects deficiencies on vehicles, cargo, and personal gear in accordance
with SPOE team leaders' instructions.

i.
Moves to SPOE vehicle and equipment cleaning site.

j.
Employs safety procedures.

k.
Employs environmental stewardship procedures.

7. SPOE team performs US Department of Agriculture cleaning activities.
a.
Performs vehicle cleaning in accordance with instructions from cleaning site
personnel.

b.
Corrects US Department of Agriculture inspection deficiencies in
accordance with US Department of Agriculture officials' instructions.

c.
Moves vehicles and equipment to designated sterile area in accordance
with unit leaders' instructions.

*
8. SPOE team leaders supervise final preparation of vehicles, equipment, cargo, and personal gear for redeployment by sealift.

a.
Inspect military shipping labels, markings, customs labels, and
decontamination tags on vehicles and equipment for compliance with
redeployment standing operating procedures, port call message, and unit
movement officer's instructions.

b.
Monitor customs inspection to ensure deficiencies are corrected.

c.
Inspect vehicles and cargo to ensure deficiencies noted during acceptance
inspection have been corrected.

d.
Coordinate maintenance assistance with commander and/or SPOE team
01C.

e.
Enforce safety procedures.

f.
Enforce environmental stewardship procedures.

9. SPOE team performs final preparation of vehicles, equipment, cargo and
personal gear for redeployment.

a.
Moves vehicles and equipment to SPOE staging area.

b.
Stages vehicles for loading.

c.
Corrects deficiencies in shipping documents, markings, customs labels, and
decontamination tags on vehicles and equipment.

d.
Corrects deficiencies noted during customs inspection.

e.
Drives vehicles to call forward area.

f.
Employs safety procedures.

g.
Employs environmental stewardship procedures.

*10. Unit movement officer updates transportation documentation.
a.
Verifies deployment equipment list by conducting physical inspection of
equipment.

b.
Updates deployment equipment list.

c.
Verifies the presence of supercargoes by conducting roll call.

d.
Updates supercargo manifest.

e.
Provides changes to deployment equipment list and supercargo manifest to
..PSA officials.

11. SPOE team returns to unit area.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
a.
Assembles personnel for return to unit area in accordance with commander
or SPOE team OIC's instructions.

b.
Reports to transportation loading area.

c.
Loads baggage on vehicles.

d.
Boards transportation to return to unit.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
091-CLT-3009(SL4) Supervise Maintenance Operations STP 21-24-SMCT 091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS) 101-92Y-0004(SL2) Enforce Property Accountability Policies STP 21-24-SMCT 101-92Y-0005(SL2) Enforce Compliance with Property STP 21-24-SMCT
Accountability Policies 101-92Y-0006(SL2) Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT cleanliness, and serviceability 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT 850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
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STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ELEMENTS: COMPANY COMPANY HEADQUARTERS SERVICE SPT PLT HQ
TASK: Perform Aerial Port of Embarkation Activities for Redeployment (63-2-8020.34-0001) (FM 100-17). (FM 55-1). (FM 55-10) (FM 55-60). (FM 55-9). (HANDBOOK REF 97-1)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3 4.
5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle) •
CONDITIONS: The unit arrives at the aerial port of embarkation marshalling area for aerial redeployment. The higher headquarters has an advance party to assist in coordinating aerial port of embarkation activities. Transportation support is available. The redeployment movement plan and port call message are available. The unit has a unit movement officer and alternate. The unit is redeploying as part of higher headquarters redeployment. A theater support command is in place and has assumed overall responsibility for all logistics operations in the theater, to include port operations. Aerial port of embarkation activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Aerial port of embarkation activities are performed in accordance with the redeployment movement plan and departure airfield control group instructions.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Commander directs aerial port of embarkation activities.

a.
Notifies higher headquarters advance party that the unit has arrived at the
aerial port of embarkation.

b.
Coordinates with S2/S3, departure airfield control group, or theater support
command to verify movement schedules, procedures, and requirements.

c.
Provides manifest of unit personnel and shipper's declaration of dangerous
goods to higher headquarters for review.

d.
Briefs unit on duties and responsibilities, to include reverse manifesting
schedule, customs requirements, and transportation of personnel and
baggage.

e.
Directs unit to conduct final preparation of vehicles and equipment.

f.
Conducts acceptance inspection of vehicles and equipment with departure
airfield control group officials at the alert holding area.

g.
Directs unit to correct deficiencies noted during acceptance inspection.

h.
Transfers custody of equipment and cargo to departure airfield control
group officials.

i.
Briefs the higher headquarters commander on status of aerial port of
embarkation activities.

*
2. Unit movement officer supervises aerial port of embarkation activities.

a.
Coordinates with S2/B3 for transportation, maintenance, logistics support.

b.
Coordinates with S2/S3 or departure airfield control group to verify
movement schedules, procedures, and requirements.

c.
Coordinates with S4 to ensure adequate shoring, dunnage, and floor
protection is on hand and readily available for loading.

d.
Verifies unit vehicles, equipment, cargo, and secondary loads are properly
marked and prepared for redeployment.

e.
Coordinates with S2/S3 or site coordinator for equipment cleaning support.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
f. Coordinates with departure airfield control group to verify loading sequence
of vehicles and equipment.
g. Designates personnel to verify weight and center of balance marks.
h. Briefs designated personnel on weight and center of balance marks
verification requirements.
i. Verifies that deficiencies noted during inspection have been corrected.
j. Verifies the presence of all manifested personnel by conducting roll call.
k. Provides verified personnel and cargo manifest to departure airfield control
group at the alert holding area.
I. Provides load teams to load and tie down unit equipment.
3. Unit performs departure airfield control group marshalling activities.
a. Performs after-operations PMCS IPW appropriate TMs.
b. Notifies supervisor of maintenance problems beyond operators capability to
repair.
c. Conducts final preparation of vehicles and equipment IAW FM 55-12 and
UMO's instructions.
d. Adjusts vehicle fuel levels JAW TM 38-250 and DACG officials' instructions.
e. Turns-in excess fuel and POL products IAW UMO's instructions.
f. Corrects deficiencies on vehicles, cargo and personal gear IAW unit
leaders' instructions.
g. Corrects deficiencies on placement of placards, labels and certification
documents on hazardous material IAW UMO/NCO, unit leaders' and
customs and USDA officials' instructions, if necessary.
h. Moves vehicles and equipment to APOE cleaning site or alert holding area,
as directed.
i. Employs safety procedures.
j. Employs environmental stewardship procedures.
4. Unit processes vehicles and equipment through the APOE cleaning site.
a. Delivers vehicles to APOE cleaning site IAW UMO's instructions.
b. Performs vehicle cleaning IAW DACG officials' instructions.
c. Returns vehicles and equipment to unit area IAW unit leaders' instructions.
* 5. Unit leaders supervise final preparation of vehicles, equipment, cargo and •
personal gear for redeployment.
a. Inspect shipping documents, markings, customs labels and
decontamination tags on vehicles, equipment, cargo and personal gear for
compliance with the redeployment movement plan and UMO's instructions.
b. Monitor customs inspection to ensure deficiencies are corrected.
c. Inspect vehicles and cargo to ensure deficiencies noted during acceptance
inspection have been corrected.
d. Coordinate with the UMO for assistance in correcting shipping
documentation and maintenance deficiencies, as required.
e. Enforce safety procedures.
f. Enforce environmental stewardship procedures.
6. Unit performs APOE alert holding area activities.
a. Drives vehicles to call forward area, as directed.
b. Boards transportation to terminal, as directed.
c. Employs safety procedures.
7. Unit performs APOE passenger activities.

ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
a.
Reports to designated location for safety and antiterrorism briefing, security
screen, and customs inspection IAW UMO's instructions.

b.
Remains in quarantined area IAW DACG officials' instructions.

c.
Provides baggage detail, as directed, to load unit baggage on aircraft.

d.
Boards aircraft IAW loadmaster's instructions.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
091-CLT-3009(SL4) Supervise Maintenance Operations STP 21-24-SMCT 091-CLT-4029(SL2) Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS) 551-88N-0004(SL3) Coordinate Unit Movement STP 21-24-SMCT 850-001-2000(SL2) Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process 850-001-3001(SL3) Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT 850-001-4001(SL4) Integrate Risk Mgt Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: Conduct Air Attacks (34-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the coordinates of enemy facilities/elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Support sites, command and control facilities, and/or convoys were located. Attack runs on designated targets were conducted. Enemy equipment, supplies, and vehicles were destroyed and enemy personnel were killed.
TASK: Conduct Aerial Reconnaissance (34-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on the location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy area.
STANDARD: Located and photographed enemy positions in assigned sectors, to include: support and storage bases and command and control facilities. Visual checks were conducted when possible. The enemy was not engaged. Priority Intelligence Requests and other Information Requirements were reported to OPFOR HQ.
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TASK: Conduct Raid (34-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a rear area base.
STANDARD: Enemy forces were surprised. Assaulted enemy support base and accomplished assigned tasks. Specified equipment and supplies were destroyed. Decisive engagement was avoided. All personnel were withdrawn from the area within the prescribed time. The collected intelligence data satisfied the Priority Intelligence Requirements.
ARTEP 34-114-30-MTP
ELEMENTS: COMPANY SERVICE SPT PLT HQ COMPANY HEADQUARTERS
TASK: Perform Aerial Port of Debarkation Activities for Redeployment (63-2-8021.34-0001) (FM 55-1). (FM 55-10). (FM 55-60) (FM 55-9). (HANDBOOK REF 97-1)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3 4.
5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: .T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Aircraft carrying main body lands at the APOD. The higher HQ has an advance party at the APOD to assist in coordinating APOD activities. Representatives from the higher HQ advance party, supporting installation and AACG meet the aircraft. AACG officials request that unit personnel assist in offloading the aircraft. The AACG has designated a holding area and an MA for the unit to complete APOD activities. Transportation is available to move the unit to the MA and home station. The Redeployment Movement Plan is available. APOD activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: APOD activities are performed IAW the Redeployment Movement Plan and AACG officials and commander's instructions.
NOTE: RC-specific tasks and performance measures are annotated "RC".
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
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1. Commander coordinates arrival of personnel.

a.
Coordinates with higher HQ advance party and AACG officials upon arrival
for USDA and customs inspections, location of holding and marshalling
areas, maintenance support, movement support, security and other special
APOD requirements.

b.
Assembles unit in holding area.

c.
Coordinates with S2/S3 to verify arrangements for movement to home
station or demobilization station (RC).

d.
Coordinates with S2/S3 Section to verify demobilization station reporting
procedures and POC (RC).

e.
Briefs unit leaders on APOD requirements and movement arrangements.

f.
Briefs higher HQ advance party OIC on APOD activities, as required.

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2. UMO coordinates APOD activi