Army Training and Evaluation Program No. 8-705-MTP: Mission Training Manual for the Combat Support Hospital

Army training and evaluation program for the Combat Support Hospital. Chapters include: Unit Training, Training Matrix, Training Plans, Training Exercises, Training and Evaluation Exercises, and External Evaluation. Appendix B: Geneva Conventions. .

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HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

ARTEP 8-705-MTP

MISSION TRAINING PLAN
for the
COMBAT SUPPORT HOSPITAL

DODD0A-012341

NOVEMBER 2002
DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited .

*ARTEP 8-705-MTP
ARMY TRAINING AND HEADQUARTERS EVALUATION PROGRAM DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY No. 8-705-MTP Washington, DC, 25 November 2002
Mission Training Plan
For The
Combat Support Hospital

TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE
PREFACE
CHAPTER 1 UNIT TRAINING 1-1 1-1 General 1-1 1-2 Supporting Material 1-1 1-3 Contents 1-2 1-4 Missions and Tasks 1-2 1-5 Principles of Training 1-3 1-6 Conducting Training 1-3 1-7 Protecting the Force (Safety) 1-3 1-8 Environmental Protection 1-7 1-9 Evaluation 1-9 1-10 Feedback 1-9
CHAPTER 2 TRAINING MATRIX 2-1 2-1. General 2-1 2-2. Mission to Collective Tasks Matrix 2-1
CHAPTER 3 TRAINING PLANS 3-1
3-1 General 3-1
3-2 Long-Range Planning 3-1
3-3 Short-Range Planning 3-7
3-4 Near-Term Planning 3-8
3-5 Training the Hospital 3-9
3-6 Development of Training Exercises 3-10
3-7 Mission Outline 3-11
CHAPTER 4 TRAINING EXERCISES 4-1
4-1 General 4-1
4-2 Field Training Exercise 4-1
4-3 Situational Training Exercises 4-1
DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
*This publication supersedes ARTEP 8-705-MTP, 03 October 1995
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Appendix F
Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and High-Yield Explosive (CBRNE) Incident and the Federal Response Plan
CBRNE incidents are deliberate or unintentional events with the potential to produce catastrophic loss of life or property or strike terror in the affected population. An incident may occur in the United States (US) or overseas. This appendix briefly addresses how the federal government might respond with Department of Defense (DOD) assets in the event of a CBRNE incident. The military's role in Domestic Support Operations (DSO) and for support of a CBRNE/Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) (Crisis Management and Consequence Management) are also briefly discussed.
1. Introduction. The military's role in domestic emergencies is well defined and, by law, is limited in scope and duration. Military resources temporarily support and augment, but do not replace local, state, and federal civilian agencies that have primary authority and responsibility for domestic disaster assistance.'
a.
Constitutional Respons bility. The US Constitution allows for the use of the military to execute or enforce the law when necessary to protect federal or civilian property and functions.

b.
Stafford Act (Public Law 93-288, 42 United States Code 5121) (http://www.fema.dovirrr/pa/pa009). This act gives the federal government the authority to respond to disasters and emergencies in order to provide assistance to save lives and protect public health, safety, and property.

c.
Command Authority. In the event of an emergency or an attack (as described in Department of Defense Directives 3025.1 and 3025.15), a commander may legally assist civil authorities or the public to save lives, prevent human suffering, or mitigate great property damage under immediate serious conditions before a Presidential declaration of a major disaster or emergency.

d.
Presidential Decision Directive 39 (http://www.fas.orq/irp/offdocs/pdd/index.html). Sets U.S. policy on counter-terrorism, provides the means to reduce the Nation's vulnerability to terrorism, and defines crisis and consequence management. Designates the overall Lead Federal Agent (LFA) to the Department of Justice (DOJ) for all threats or acts of terrorism that take place within the United States (US). The DOJ delegates this overall role to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for the crisis management response until the Attorney General transfers the overall LFA to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for the consequence management response.

e.
Crisis Management: Includes measures to identify, acquire, and plan the use of resources needed to anticipate, prevent, and/or resolve a threat or an act of terrorism. Technical operations include actions to identify, assess, dismantle; transfer, dispose of, or decontaminate personnel and property exposed to explosive ordnance or CBRNE/WMD. Crisis management is predominantly a law-enforcement response.

f.
Consequence Management: Includes measures to protect public health and safety, restore essential government services, and provide emergency relief to governments, businesses, and individuals affected by the consequences of terrorism. The laws of the US assign primary authority to the states to respond to the consequences of terrorism, and the federal government provides assistance, as required.

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2. Federal Response.
a. When directed to do so,! DOD responds to domestic emergencies according to the Federal Response Plan (FRP) (http://wWw.fema.qovirrr/frp) and other supporting plans. Coordinated by FEMA, the FRP is the most important of these plans. The FRP is an umbrella plan to guide federal support to state and local governments. The FRP identifies twelve Emergency Support Function (ESFs) and designates the responsible agency or department as shown below. Within ESF-8, with the Department of Health and Human Services as the lead agency, DOD may be called on to provide support in one or more of the following fifteen areas: (1) Assessment of health/medical needs, (2) Health surveillance, (3) Health care personnel, (4) Health/ medical equipment and supplies, (5) Patient evacuation; (6) In-hospital care;
(7)
Food/drug/medical device Safety; (8) Worker health/safety, (9) Radiological/chemical/biological hazards consultation, (10) Mental health care, (11) Public health information, (12) Vector control,

(13)
Potable water/wastewateii and solid waste disposal, (14) Victim identification/mortuary services,

(15)
and Veterinary services.

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b. Following a Presidential declaration of an emergency or a disaster declaration under the provision of the FRP, the President appoints a Federal Coordinating Officer (FCO) to manage the federal assistance efforts. The Defense Coordinating Officer (DCO) is appointed by the supporting commander in chief (CINC) and serves as the principal DOD point of contact at the Disaster Field Office (DFO) for providing military support. The commander, US Joint Forces Commander, as the lead operational authority, may task a US Continental Army (First or Fifth Army) to conduct planning and coordination for disasters and domestic emergencies as well as to appoint DCOs following a disaster declaration. The DCO supervises the defense' coordinating element and, at the discretion of the CINC, the DCO may assume control of all federal military. units involved in the disaster. However, the severity of an incident could warrant the rendering of comprehensive support.
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(1)
Joint Task Force-Civil Support (JTF-CS). The Secretary of Defense establishes the JTF-CS to support the LFAs in responding to CBRNE/WMD threats, incidents, and national security special events. The JTF-CS uses a small permanent staff to execute daily operations in planning and preparing for the DOD's crisis and consequence management response. Once deployed, the Joint Task Force (JTF) is augmented with trained staff personnel to perform the necessary functions required of a deployed JTF headquarters.

(2)
Domestic Support Operations. DSOs are generally conducted in three stages: response, recovery, and restoration. The military's primary role is in the response stage. As the operation moves into the final stage (restoration), their role steadily decreases. Response activities by JTF-CS assets will likely focus on those actions to save lives, preserve life and safety, protect property, and prevent further damage to the environment.

(3)
Crisis Management. The FBI is the lead federal agency and as such, crisis management is primarily a law enforcement response. Command relationships during a crisis management response during a CBRNE/WMD event are shown below. DOD medical support for crisis management will be limited due to the law enforcement focus.

CRISIS MANAGEMENT
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JOC JOINT OPERATIONS CENTER

EOD EXPLOSIVE ORDANCE DISPOSAL
FCO FEDERAL COORDINATING.OFFICE

CBIRF. CHEMICAL BIOLOGICAL INCIDENT RESPONE FORCE
DCO. DEFENSE COORDINGATING OFFICER

CBRRT CHEMICAL BIOLOGICAL RAPID RESPONE TEAM
SMU: SPECIAL MISSION UNIT (LNO TO FBI)

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(4) Consequence Management. FEMA is the lead federal agency and will coordinate all federal
responses during consequence management of a CBRNE/WMD event. Support will be provided through
the established procedures of the FCO and DCO as shown below.

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c.
Military Role (Foreign Response). For foreign operations, the Department of State and the US ambassador coordinates US activities through the Country's Team, with US-agency representation (including DOD) as required in the specific situation. The military chain-of-command remains in effect, even though a non-DOD agency may have overall lead responsibility for the CBRNE/WMD event.

d.
Most collective tasks within company-level or below Mission Training Plans (MTPs) will support a CBRNE event. However, the tasks listed below (and in Chapter 5 of the MTP) are those that will most directly affect the unit's mission in support of a CBRNE event:

(1)
All collective tasks with a task number preceeded by "03" (chemical school-NBC tasks).

(2)
All collective tasks with a task number preceeded by "08" (the unit's unique mission tasks).

(3)
Perform Advance/Quartering Party Activities.

(4)
Plan Unit Defense.

(5)
Set Up Unit Defense.

(6)
Employ Operations Security Measures.

(7)
Maintain Communications.

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(8)
Perform Radiological Decontamination.

(9)
Perform Risk Management Procedures.

e.
Most collective tasks within the Command and Control MTPs (e.g., Medical Command, Medical Brigade, etc.) will support a CBRNE event. However, the collective tasks listed below (and in Chapter 5 of the MTP) are those that will most directly affect the unit's mission in support of a CBRNE event:

(1)
Plan Combat Health Support Operations

(2)
Operate the Tactical Operations Center

(3)
Provide Command and Control

(4)
Perform Advance/Quartering Party Activities

(5)
Supervise Operations Security Program

(6)
Supervise Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Defense Operations

(7)
Coordinate Combat Health Support Operations

(8)
Coordinate Medical Regulating Operations

(9)
Coordinate Mental Health Support Activities

(10)
Coordinate Preventive Medicine Support Activities

(11)
Coordinate Veterinary Medicine Activities

(12)
Coordinate Class VIII Support Activities

(13)
Conduct Battlefield Stress Reduction and Prevention Procedures

(14)
Perform Risk Management Procedures

(15)
Direct Response to Threat Actions

(16)
Establish Communications

(17)
Maintain ComMunications

3. Command and Control (C2) Units. These units will be essential in providing effective Health Services Support (HSS) during a CBRNE event. The HSS commander and staff officers may be required to provide technical guidance to line commanders and civilian authorities in all functional areas of the Army Medical Department as they relate to the CBRNE event. Leaders must increase coordinations, preplanning, the use of standing/standard operating procedures (SOPs), and establishment of multiple C2 mechanisms. Below are some HSS C2 planning considerations.
a. Command and Control/Operations
(1)
Identify specified and implied tasks by reviewing medical Requests For Assistance (RFAs) from the DFO.

(2)
Identify resources available, potential shortfalls, and validity of planning assumptions to
perform tasks.

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(3)
Coordinate medical support with JTF-CS staff, DFO and state/local medical Emergency Operations Centers (E0Cs).

(4)
Coordinate Emergency Preparedness Plan (EPP) and Emergency Management Plan (EMP) with the local military IOC (installation operations center).

(5)
Coordinate medical reporting and communication requirements/procedures with JCF-CS staff, DFO, and state/local medical EOCs.

(6)
Provide recommendations to JTF-CS Commander, DFO, and state/local authorities on employment of medical assets.

(7)
Provide input for evacuation policy to JTF-CS Commander, DFO and state/local authorities.

(8)
Brief mission requirements to units/personnel preparing for and reacting to the event.

(9)
Provide LNOs to state/local EOCs/JTF-CS headquarters.

(10)
Coordinate patient decontamination locations/procedures and manpower support for decontamination sites.

(11)
Coordinate for disposition of contaminated remains.

(12)
Coordinate with the appropriate medical laboratory (e.g., United States Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine [USACHPPM], Theater Army Medical Laboratory/Area Medical Laboratory [TAML/AML], United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases [USAMRIID], Walter Reed Army Institute of Research [WRAIR], etc.) for descriptions and types of samples required and how samples must be collected, preserved, packaged, and shipped to the supporting medical laboratory for analysis.

(13)
Coordinate for transportation/escort of samples/specimens from unit of origin to supporting medical laboratory.

(14)
Compile and maintain patient administration and statistical data pertaining to admission, diagnosis, treatment and disposition of CBRNE patients.

(15)
Coordinate specific media/public affairs protocols to be employed during the CBRNE incident.

(16)
Identify all risks associated with specified and implied missionshasks.

(17)
Develop plans that minimize the CBRNE risks/hazards within the units.

(18)
Coordinate for additional Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as self-contained
breathing apparatus, supplied air respirators, etc.

(19)
Plan for PPE training and certification of personnel, if required.

(20)
Coordinate for vehicular and pedestrian traffic access, control point and security of medical
units.

(21)
Develop policy for civilian visitors inside medical treatment facilities.

b.
Clinical Services

(1)
Determine the disposal procedures for medical/CBRNE agent contaminated waste.

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(2)
Provide patient treatment protocol for each population group IAW Field Manual (FM) 4-02.283, Treatment of Nuclear and Radiological Casualties; FM 8-9, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Handbook on the Medical Aspects of NBC Defensive Operations; FM 8-284, Treatment of Biological Warfare Agent Casualties; FM 8-285, Treatment of Chemical Agent Casualties and Conventional Military Chemical Injuries; and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Handbook "Emergency War Surgery").

(3)
Set up Command Post (CP)-Deployable Medical Systems (DEPMEDS) IAW Technical Manual

(TM) 10-5410-283-14&P and the Chemically and Biologically Protected Shelter System (CBPSS) IAW TM 10-5410-228-24.
(4)
Coordinate additional medical equipment and supplies required to treat pediatric and geriatric . population groups.

(5)
Plan and coordinate for quarantine and isolation patients.

c.
Preventive Medicine (PVNTMED) Support:

(1)
Identify actual and/or potential medical threats for the CBRNE event.

(2)
Develop and coordinate PVNTMED plans with state/local agencies.

(3)
Provide preventive/protective measures that civil/military leadership can employ to reduce/mitigate the health effects of the CBRNE agent on the population.

(4)
Provide subordinate units with procedures that can be employed to mitigate the effects on their unit and patients.

(5)
Coordinate with medical laboratory (e.g., USACHPPM, TAML/AML, USAMRIID, WRAIR, etc.) for descriptions and types of samples required and how samples must be collected, preserved, packaged, and shipped to the supporting medical laboratory for analysis.

(6)
Maintain PVNTMED records and reports IAW unit and state/local agencies SOPs. •

d.
Veterinary Support:

(1)
Identify actual or potential veterinary threats for the CBRNE event.

(2)
Develop and coordinate veterinary support plans with state/local agencies.

(3)
Coordinate with medical laboratory (e.g., USACHPPM, TAML/AML, USAMRIID, WRAIR, etc.) for descriptions and types of samples required and how samples must be collected, preserved, packaged, and shipped to the supporting medical laboratory for analysis.

(4)
Provide information on food contamination and dedontamination procedures.

(5)
Maintain records and reports IAW unit and state/local agencies SOPs.

e.
Logistics/Medical Logistics Support:

(1)
Plan for the reception, storage, and distribution of the National Pharmaceutical Stocks.

(2)
Develop projections of medical materiel and equipment requirements (Medical Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Defense Materiel [MNBCDMDunique to the CBRNE agent (e.g., number of, patient decontamination equipment sets, quantity of chemo prophylaxis required for personnel exposed to a biological agent, etc.).

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(3)
Monitor Class VIII supply flow and stockage levels to identify imbalances in equipment and supplies that directly affect the CBRNE event.

(4)
Provide guidance on contamination avoidance for medical supplies/equipment.

(5)
Plan for civilian patient clothing requirements for use after release from treatment facilities.

(6)
Provide subordinate units with materiel to protect and avoid contamination (tape, plastic sheeting, and tarpaulins).

f.
Medical Laboratory Support:

(1)
Coordinate with medical laboratory (e.g., USACHPPM, TAML/AML, USAMRIID, WRAIR, etc.) for descriptions and types of samples required and how samples must be collected, preserved, packaged, and shipped to the supporting medical laboratory for analysis.

(2)
Develop list of laboratory tests/procedures required to provide command verification on the CBRNE agent.

(3)
Provide medical laboratory reporting requirements and provide the results to the JTF-CS/civil authority.

(4)
Coordinate with supporting medical laboratory for resources beyond the unit's capabilities.

g.
Mental Health Support:

(1)
Coordinate the mental health mission with state/local mental health agencies. NOTE: Combat Stress Control (CSC) units do not have child mental health services.

(2)
Coordinate and implement task rotation or restructuring procedures to reduce stress.

(3)
Schedule a critical event debriefing after any especially traumatic event IAW FM 22-51,
Leader's Manual for Combat Stress Control.

h.
Medical Evacuation Support:

(1)
Coordinate evacuation mission to include clean and dirty routes.

(2)
Provide contamination avoidance guidance.

(3)
Coordinate for detail decontamination of aircraft and ground vehicles.

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GLOSSARY
(+ )
more than (e.g., as in OPFOR, etc.)
(C)
confidential/classified(depends on use)
(0)
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
(RC)
reserve component
(S)
secret
(U)
unclassified
* (Asterisk)
Asterisk (Note: Acronyms followed by an asterisk are unique to this publication.)
? (Training Proficiency)
unknown
1LT
first lieutenant
1SG
first sergeant
A & D
admission(s) and disposition(s)
AACG
arrival airfield control group
AAR*
After-Action Review / administrative adjustment document (depends on use)
ABCS
Army Battle Command System
ABO
human blood grouping system
AC
Active Component; assistant commandant; alternating current
ACR
armored cavalry regiment
AD*
active duty
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ADC
area damage control; assistant division commander
ADHOC
for a specified purpose
admin
administrative
ADP
automated data process(ing)
ADPE
automated data processing equipment
AE
aeromedical evacuation/above-the-elbow (depends on use)
AFMIC
Armed Forces Military Intelligence Center
AFTB
Army Family Team Building (Program)
AG
adjutant general
AG (DOJ)
Attorney General (Department of Justice)
AHS
Academy of Health Sciences
AID*
Agency for International Development
AK
above the knee
alt
altitude, alternate
AM
amplitude modulation/modulated
AMEDD
Army Medical Department
AMEDDC&S
U.S. Army Medical Department Center and School
AMedP
Allied Medical Publication
AMFFS
Army Medical Field Feeding System
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AML
area medical laboratory
ammo
ammunition
AMSA
Army Maintenance Support Activity
AN/FP
antiterrorism force protection
ANUG
acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis
ANX
annex
AO
area of operations
AOAP
Army oil analysis program
APFT
Army Physical Fitness Test
APOD
aerial port of debarkation
APOE
aerial port of embarkation
AR
Army regulation; armor
ARC
American Red Cross/accounting requirements code (depends on use)
ARMS Army Master Data File Retrieval Microform System
ARNG
Army National Guard
ARTEP
Army Training and Evaluation Program
ARTEP-MTP
Army Training and Evaluation Program Mission Training Plan
ASG
area support group
ASI
additional skill identifier
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ASL
authorized stockage list; allowable supply list
AST
aspartate aminotransferase
ATCCS*
Army Tactical Command and Control System -- The ATCCS integrates the five battlefield functional
area (BFA) disciplines: maneuver, fire support, air defense, CSS, and intelligence. Each of these
functional areas is supported by a control system designed to provide leaders and planners with
information to effectively plan, coordinate, control, and direct. These five BFA disciplines are called
Battlefield Functional Area Control Systems (BFACS). They are oriented toward combat operations
and provide the commander and staff at corps and below with situational awareness/information
and decision support in executing the operational/tactical mission.

ATLS
advanced trauma life support
ATM*
advanced trauma management
ATMCT
air terminal movement control team
ATP
ammunition transfer point; Allied Tactical Publication
ATTN
attention
AUEL
automated unit equipment list(s)
AUG
augmentation
AUTH
option for the automatic authentication of messages; will be entered automatically
AUTL
Army universal task list
AWOL
absent without leave
BBPCT
blocking, bracing, packing, crating, and tie down
BC/CS
bottle cleaning/charging station
BCOC
base cluster operations center
BDAR
battle damage assessment and repair
Glossary - 4

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BDOC
base defense operations center
BF
battle fatigue/beginning of radioactive fallout (depends on use)
BFA*
battlefield functional area/blank firing adaptor (depends on use)
BFACS*
battlefield functional area control system --The BFACS consists of the following components: AFATDS, ASAS, FAADC2I, MCS, and CSSCS. These systems are oriented toward combat operations and provide the commander and staff at corps and below with situational awareness/information and decision support in executing the operational/tactical mission.,
BII
basic issue items
BK*
below the knee
BLTM
battalion level training model
bn
battalion
BOS
battlefield operating systems
C*
contaminated
C2
command and control
C3
command, control, and communications
C3CM
command, control, and communications countermeasures
CA*
combat arms/civil affairs (depends on use)
CALFEX
combined arms live fire exercise
CAM
chemical agent monitor
CAS*
close air support
CASCOM
Combined Arms Support Command

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CATS
Combined Arms Training Strategy
CBC complete blood count
CBIRF
Chemical Biological Incident Response Force
CBPSS
chemically and biologically protected shelter system
CBRNE
chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive
CBRRT
Chemical Biological Rapid Response Team
CCIR
commander's critical information requirements
CCV
Cash Collection Voucher
cdr
commander
CFX
command field exercise
Chap
chapter
CHEMWARN
chemical warning
CHS
combat health support
CINC
commander of a combatant command; commander in chief
CJCS
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
CK
creatine kinase
cmd
command
CMF
career management field
CMMC Corps Material Management Center
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CMO
civil-military operations
CMRP
command master religious plan
CMS
Centralized Materiel Service/Section (depends on use)
CO1 (report)
enlisted promotion report (e.g., CO1 report)
COA
course of action
COB
Command Operating Budget
COL
colonel

corn:
commercial (as in telephone number)
COMEX
communications exercise
COMM
communications
COMMZ communications zone
COMSEC
communications security
CONEX
container express
CONPLAN
concept plan
CONUS
continental United States
COOP
continuity of operations plan
COSCOM corps support command
CP
command post
CP-DEPMEDS
command post - chemically protected deployable medical systems
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CPR cardiopulmonary resuscitation
CPS collective protective shelter(s)
CPX command post exercise
CQ charge of quarters
CS*
combat support/combat stress/chemical gas [e.g., CS Grenades] (depends on use)
CSA corps support area
CSC combat stress control
CSF cerebrospinal fluid
CSH corps surgical hospital
CSM command sergeant major
CSOP clinical standard operating procedure(s)
CSR controlled supply rate
CSS combat service support
CSSAMO Combat Service Support Automation Management Office
CSSCS Combat Service Support Control System
CSSTSS combat service support training simulation system
CT* common task/contact team (depends on use)
CTA Common Table of Allowances/Consolidated Training Activities (depends on use)
CTC combat training center or combined training center
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CTRL
control
CTT
Common Task Test
CTX
command training exercise
CVC combat vehicle crewman/calibration, verification, and certification (depends on use)
CZ
combat zone
DA*
Department of the Army
DACG
departure airfield control group
DC
Dental Corps/District of Columbia (depends on use)
DCD
Directorate of Combat Development
DCO
Defense Coordinating Office or Officer
DCSLOG
Deputy Chief of Staff of Logistics
DCSPER
Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel
DCSSPO
Deputy Chief of Staff for Security, Plans, and Operations
DD
Defense Department
DE
directed energy
decon
decontamination
DEH
Directorate of Engineering and Housing
DEL
deployment equipment list
DEPEX
deployment exercise
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DEPMEDS
Deployable Medical Systems
DFO
Disaster Field Office or Officer
DFR
dropped from rolls
DIA
Defense Intelligence Agency
DIR
director
DISCOM
division support command
DIV or div
division
DOD
Department of Defense
DODAAC
Department of Defense Activity Address Code
DOE
Department of Energy
DOJ
Department of Justice
DOL
director of logistics/Department of Labor (depends on use)
DOMS
Director of Military Support
DOT*
Department of Transportation
DPCA
Director for Personnel and Community Activities
DS
direct support
DS2
decontaminating solution number 2
DSN
Defense Switchboard Network
DSO*
domestic support operations
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DVA
Department of Veteran Affairs
DYST
duty status change
DZ
drop zone
e.g.,
[L exempli gratia] for example
EA
engagement area; electronic attack; emergency action
EAC
echelons above corps
ECG
electrocardiogram
ECS
equipment concentration site
EEFI
essential elements of friendly information
EFMB
Expert Field Medical Badge
EGTA
esophageal gastric tube airway
ELSEC
electronics security
EMP*
emergency management plan
EMS
emergency medical station/electromagnetic pulse (depends on use)
EMT
emergency medical treatment/emergency medical technician
ENG
Engineers
engr
engineer
EOA
esophageal obturator airway/effective on or about (depends on use)
EOC
emergency operations center
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EOD
explosive ordnance disposal
EP
electronic protection
EPA
Environmental Protection Agency
EPP*
emergency preparedness plan
EPW
enemy prisoner of war
equip
equipment
ESF
Emergency Support Function (Federal Response Plan)
ETA
estimated time of arrival
etc.
[L et cetera] and so forth
EW
electronic warfare
EXEVAL
external evaluation
FAD
force activity designator / finance and accounting document (depends on use)
FARE
forward area refueling equipment
FBCB2* Force XXI Battle Command-Brigade and Below -- The FBCB2 (a key component of ABCS) is a digitized battle command information system that provides on-the-mov.e, real time and near-real­time battle command information to tactical, CS, and CSS leaders and soldiers. It supports situational awareness down to the soldier/platform level across all BFAs and echelons. It also provides the means for brigade and battalion-level commanders to command when away from their TOCs; inter-operating with subordinate commanders and leaders also equipped with FBCB2.
FBI
Federal Bureau of Investigation
FCO
Federal Coordinating Office
FDP
fibrinogen degradation products
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FEMA
Federal Emergency Management Agency (http://www.fema.gov)
FFD
focal-film distance
FLAGS
suspension of favorable personnel actions
FM
field manual; frequency modulated/modulation
FMC*
field medical card
FORSCOM
Forces Command
FOUO
for official use only
FRAGO
fragmentary order
FRP
Federal Response Plan (http://www.fema.gov/r-n-r/frp/)
FS*
fire support/Forest Service (depends on use)
FSB
forward support battalion
FSC
fire support coordinator (USMC)
FST*
field sanitation team / forward surgical team (depends on use)
FTX
field training exercise
fwd
forward
FY*
fiscal year
G4
Assistant Chief of Staff, Logistics
G5
Assistant Chief of Staff, Civil Affairs
GA
the symbol for the nerve agent tabun. See FM 3-9.
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GC
Geneva Convention relative to the protection of civilian persons in the time of war, 12 August 1949
GPW
GeneVa Convention relative to the treatment of prisoners of war, 12 August 1949
GSA
General Services Administration
GTA
Graphic Training Aid
GWS
Geneva Convention for the amelioration of the condition of the wounded and sick in armed forces in the field, 12 August 1949
GWS Sea
Geneva Convention for the amelioration of the condition of the wounded, sick, and ship-wrecked
members of armed forces at sea, 12 August 1949

HAZMAT
hazardous materiel
HCG
human chorionic gonadotropin hormone
HHC
headquarters and headquarters company
HHS
Health and Human Services
higher HQ PERS element higher headquarters personnel element -- This term refers to the unit's higher HQ personnel/adjutant element or officer (e.g., DCSPER, PERS section, S1, S1 section, etc.).
HIV
human immunodeficiency virus
HN*
host nation
HOSP
hospital
HQ
headquarters
hr(s)
hour(s)
HREC
health record
HSMO
Health Service Materiel Officer
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HSS
Health Service Support
HTF
how to fight
HUB
hospital unit, base
HUS
hospital unit, surgical
i.e.,
[L id est] that is
IAR
inventory adjustment report
IAW
in accordance with
ICU
intensive care unit
ICUMO installation coordinator-unit movement officer
ICW
Interactive Courseware/intermediate care ward (depends on use)
ID
identification; infantry division
IEDK
individual equipment decontamination kit
IHFR
improved high frequency radio
IL
identification list
Index No.
Index number
INTSUM
intelligence summary
IOC installation operations center
IPB
intelligence preparation of the battlefield
IPDS
intelligence patient data sheet
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IR
information requirements; infrared, thermal; Iran
IRM
intermediate restorative material/insert a temporary restoration (depends on use)
ITEP
Individual Training Evaluation Program
ITO
installation transportation officer
ITR
inpatient treatment record
Iv
intravenous
J3
Operations Directorate (Joint Staff)
JFCOM
Joint Forces Command
JOC
joint operations center
JP
joint publication
JSOTF
joint special operations task force
JTF
joint task force
JTF-CS
Joint Task Force - Civil Support
JTTP
Joint Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures
JTX
joint training exercise
K potassium
KFM
Kitchen Field Modular
KIA
killed in action
km
kilometer
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KOH
potassium hydroxide
KP
kitchen police
kw
kilowatt(s)
LAB
logistics assault base
LAN
Local Area Network
LCX
logistics coordination exercise
Ldr or Idr
leader
LFA
Lead Federal Agent
LG*
large
LIC
low intensity conflict/language identifier code (depends on use)
LIN
line item number
LNO
liaison officer
LOD
line of demarcation
LOD*
line of duty
LOG
logistics
LOGSTAT
logistics status
LOMAH
location of miss and hit
LTA
local training area(s)
LTC
lieutenant colonel
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LZ landing zone
M (MOPP)
MOPP4 (for task iterations)
MA/mA
marshalling area(s)/milliamperage (depends on use)
MACOM
major Army command
MACS*
multipurpose arcade combat simulator
MAINT/maint
maintenance
MAJ
major
MAPEX
map exercise
MARKS
modern Army record keeping system
MASCAL
mass casualties
MC4* Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care -- MC4 is an integrated "family of systems" which will link the warfighter and CSS to CHS. It provides real-time medical information to support C2. SA, and commodity management by seamlessly linking both vertically and horizontally all echelons of medical care and logistics. MC4 significantly enhances medical force protection through automating the medical record system at all echelons of health care. It is the medical component of Army digitalization. MC4 implements the Joint TMIP for the Army (e.g., provides the hardware infrastructure for software applications, integrates joint medical information systems, etc.). MC4 also facilitates the use of other medical digital enablers (e.g., the PIC, ES-T, etc.). In conclusion, the MC4 system receives, stores, processes, transmits, and reports medical C2, medical surveillance, casualty movement/tracking, medical treatment, medical situational awareness, and MEDLOG data across all echelons of care.
MCA*
movement control agency
MCRL
master cross-reference list
MCS
Maneuver Control System
MCSR
materiel condition status report
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MCT
movement control team
MCW minimal care ward
MED BN (LOG)
medical battalion (logistics)
MED*
medical
Med/MED
medical/medium (depends on use)
MEDCOM
medical command
MEDEVAC
medical evacuation
MEDPAK
medical package
MES
medical equipment set(s)
METL
mission essential task list
M ETT-TC mission, enemy, terrain and weather, troops and support available, time available, and civilian considerations
MHE
materials handling equipment
MI
military intelligence
MIA
missing in action
MIJIFEEDER
meaconing, intrusion, jamming, and interference feeder (e.g., MIJIFEEDER report)
MIL
master incident list
MILES
multiple integrated laser engagement system
min(s)
minute(s)
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MKT
mobile kitchen trailer
mm millimeter

MMQC
medical materiel quality control
MMS
medical materiel sets

MNBCDM*
medical nuclear, biological, and chemical defense materiel
MOB
main operations base

MOBPLAN
mobility plan(s)

MOPP
mission-oriented protective posture •

MOPP2
mission-oriented protective posture level 2

MOPP4
mission-oriented protective posture level 4
MOS
military occupational specialty

MOUT
military operations on urbanized terrain
MP
military police
MQS/OFS
military qualification/officer foundation standards
MRO
materiel release order/medical regulation office(r) (depends on use)
MSB
main support battalion
MSC*
Medical Service Corps
MSE
mobile subscriber equipment
MSG/msg
Master Sergeant/message (depends on use)
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MSR
main supply route
MST
maintenance support team
MTA
major training area
MTF
medical treatment facility
MTMC
Military Traffic Management Command
MTOE
Modified Table of Organization and Equipment
MTP
Mission Training Plan
MTS*
Movement Tracking System -- A satellite-based tracking/communications computer found on
logistical vehicles and ambulances. The purpose of the system is to track these assets while they
are operating across the battlefield (Note: Force XXI division ambulances may also have the
FBCB2 system).

MWR
moral, welfare, and recreation
NA
Not Applicable
NA; N/A
not applicable
NAI
named area of interest
NATO
North Atlantic Treaty Organization
NBC
nuclear, biological, and chemical
NCO
noncommissioned officer
NCOES
NCO Education System
NCOIC
Non-Commissioned Officer In Charge
NCS
net control station
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NCS*
National Communications System
N LT
not later than
NO./No./no.
number
NOK
next of kin
NORTHCOM
(U.S.) Northern Command
NP
neuropsychiatric
NSN
Nonstandard Number; National Stock Number
OC
observer controller(s)
OCONUS
outside continental United States
OEG
operation exposure guide
OFF/Off
officer
OIC officer in charge
O0TW
operations other than war
OP
observation post
OPCON
operational control
OPFOR
opposing forces
OPLAN
operation plan
OPLOGPLN
Operational Logistics Planner
OPORD
operation order
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CHAPTER 5 TRAINING AND EVALUATION OUTLINES . 5-1 5-1 General . 5-1 5-2 Structure . 5-1 5-3 Format .5-1 5-4 Use .5-2
CHAPTER 6 EXTERNAL EVALUATION .6-1 6-1 General . 6-1 6-2 Preparing the Evaluation .6-1 6-3 Resource Requirements and Planning Considerations .6-5 6-4 Selecting and Training OCs .6-5 6-5 Selecting and Training OPFOR .6-6 6-6 Conducting the Evaluation . 6-7 6-7 Recording External Evaluation Information .6-7 6-8 After-Action Review . 6-11
Appendix A - Army Universal Task List . A-1
Appendix B - Geneva Conventions . B-1
Appendix C - Sample Operations Order With Annexes . C-1
Appendix D - Medical Threat . D-1
Appendix E - Combined Arms Training Strategy . E-1
Appendix F - Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and High-Yield Explosive (CBRNE) Incident and the Federal Response Plan . F-1
Glossary . Glossary-1
References . Reference-1
Questionnaire . Questionnaire-1
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PREFACE
1.
This MTP provides the active and reserve component training manager with a descriptive, mission­oriented training program to train the unit to perform its critical operations. While general defense plan
missions and deployment assignments impact on the priorities, the operations described here are the
principle ones that the unit is expected to execute with a high level of proficiency. Each unit is expected
to train, as a mimimum, to the standards of the T&EOs in the MTP. Standards for training may be made
more difficult but may not be lowered. This document is in alignment with and is part of the U.S. Army's
training and tactical doctrine.

2.
The AMEDDC&S has been tasked to develop training products that will enhance medical
preparedness in the case of a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and High-Yield Explosive
(CBRNE) event. In order to meet this requirement and assist the commanders and leaders in training
their unit(s), a couple of changes have been included in the MTP. Even though most collective tasks
within this MTP will directly affect or support a CBRNE event, the ones that will most directly be impacted
are clearly marked with the statement in the CONDITION that reads: 'THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO
SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT." Also included in the MTP is the CBRNE Appendix, located at the back of
the MTP. The purpose of the appendix is to give a general overview of the Federal Response Plan, the
AMEDD's support role, and the delineation and command structure for those agencies/elements involved
or participating in the CBRNE event. It is understood that military resources temporarily support and
augment, but do not replace local, state, and federal civilian agencies having primary authority and
responsibility for domestic disaster assistance.

3.
This MTP applies to the Combat Support Hospital (296 Bed), TOE 08705L000; Hospital Unit, Base,
TOE 08736L100; Hospital Unit, Surgical, TOE 08737L000; Medical Team, Head and Neck Surgery;
TOE 08527LA00; Medical Team, Neurosurgery, TOE 08527LB00; Medical Team Eye Surgery,
TOE 08527LC00; Medical Team, Pathology, TOE 08537LA00; Medical Team, Renal Hemodialysis,
TOE 08537LB00; and Medical Team, Infectious Disease, TOE 08537LC00.

4.
Unless this publication states otherwise, masculine nouns and pronouns do not refer exclusively to
men.

5.
The proponent of this publication is HQ TRADOC. Submit changes for improving this publication on
DA Form 2028 and forward it to Academy of Health Sciences, ATTN MCCS-HTP, 1750 Greeley Road,
STE 135, Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234-5078.

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CHAPTER 1 UNIT TRAINING
1-1. General. This 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 will depend on the following factors:
a.
Unit's 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 unit training program which is part of the next higher echelon's training program. This unit's training program consists of:
a.
ARTEPs 8-422-MTP and 8-432-MTP. These ARTEP MTPs indicate the relationship of the next higher HQ training program to the unit's training program.

b. STPs for the appropriate MOSs and skill levels.

c.
MOS-II/Officer Foundation Standards manuals for company grade officers. Figure 1-1 illustrates the relationship of these supporting materials.

MEDICAL BRIGADE MEDICAL GROUP
(ARTEP 8-422-MTP) (ARTEP 8-432-MTP)
COMBAT SUPPORT HOSPITAL (ARTEP 8-705-MTP)
MILITARY QUALIFICATION/OFFICER SOLDIER TRAINING PUBLICATIONS
FOUNDATION STANDARDS MANUALS

Figure 1-1. MTP Echelon Relationship Diagram.
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1-3. Contents. The MTP is organized into six chapters.
a.
Chapter 1, Unit Training, provides the explanation and organization of this MTP. This chapter explains how to use this MTP for 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 the missions and their subordinate tasks.

d.
Chapter 4, Training Exercises, consists of an FTX and its supporting STXs. 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 this unit.

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

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

1-4. Missions and Tasks. This MTP concerns specified missions found in the TOE and implied missions which this unit must perform in order to accomplish the specified missions. The critical mission is the focal mission for this unit. The commander may supplement these missions with his own. The following is a listing of the missions for this unit:
a.
Critical Mission. Provide Hospitalization Support and Services.

b.
Missions.

(1)
Supervise Deployment of Subordinate Elei.nents to a New Theater of Operations.

(2)
Deploy Hospital to a New Theater of Operations.

(3)
Plan Hospitalization Support and Services Operations.

(4)
Relocate Hospital to a New Operating Site.

(5)
Establish Hospital Area of Operations.

(6)
Perform Hospitalization Support and Services.

(7)
Defend Hospital Area.

(8)
Supervise Redeployment of Subordinate Elements to Home Stations.

(9)
Redeploy Hospital to Home Station.

c. Each of these tasks may be trained individually or jointly with other tasks. Training is based on the criteria described in the T&EOs. Several T&EOs can be trained as an STX. Various combinations of STXs can be used to develop an 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.
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d. Leader tasks that support the unit's missions are trained through STP and MQS/OFS training, battle simulations, and execution of this unit's missions.
e. Individual tasks that support unit tasks are mastered by training to standards in the appropriate STP.
1-5. Principles of Training. The training principles and "How to Train" philosophy in this MTP reflects a summary of the training doctrine in FM 25-100 and FM 25-101.
1-6. Conducting Training. This MTP helps the unit plan, prepare, and conduct unit training as explained in FM 25-100 and FM 25-101.
a.
The commander assigns missions and tasks for training based on his METL and training guidance from the next higher HQ. Trainers must plan and execute training in support of this guidance.

b.
Review of the mission outline in Chapter 3 should determine whether the FTX and STXs will support or can be modified to support the commander's guidance. If it does not or needs to be modified, a review of the matrix in Chapter 2 will identify all the critical collective tasks that the unit must master to perform a specific mission.

c.
The commander and subordinate leaders must prioritize all tasks that need training. Because there is never enough time to train everything, training must orient on the unit's greatest training challenges and its most difficult sustainment skills.

d. The commander must integrate tasks into the . training schedule according to the following procedures:
(1)
List the tasks in the priority and frequency they need to be trained.

(2)
Determine the amount of time required and how he can best use multiechelon training.

(3)
Determine training location(s).

(4)
Determine training responsibilities and his involvement.

(5)
Organize his needs 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.

1-7. Protecting the Force (Safety).
a. Safety is a component of protecting the force. Commanders, leaders, and soldiers use risk assessment and management to tie protecting the force into the military around the mission. Risk management assigns responsibility, institutionalizes 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 stability operations and support operations. Safety begins with readiness that determines a unit's ability to perform its METL to standard. Readiness standards addressed during METL assessment are:
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(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 performance that are clear and practical.

(5)
Support for task performance, including required equipment, personnel, maintenance, facilities, and services.

b. Risk Management.

(1)
Risk management is the process of identifying, assessing, and controlling risks arising from operational factors and making decisions that balance risk costs with mission benefits. Leaders and soldiers at all levels use risk management. It applies to all missions and environments across the wide range of Army operations. Risk management is fundamental in developing confident and competent leaders and units. Proficiency in applying risk management is critical to conserving combat power and resources. Commanders must firmly ground current and future leaders in the critical skills of the five-step risk management process.

(2)
Risk is characterized by both the probability and severity of a potential loss that may result from hazards due to the presence of an enemy, an adversary, or some other hazardous condition. Perception of risk varies from person to person. What is risky or dangerous to one person may not be to another. Perception influences leaders' decisions. A publicized event such as a training accident or a relatively minor incident may increase the public's perception of risk for that particular event and time—sometimes to the point of making such risks unacceptable. Failure to effectively manage the risk may make an operation too costly--politically, economically, and in terms of combat power (soldiers lives and equipment).

c.
Safety demands total chain of command involvement in planning, preparing, executing, and evaluating training. The chain of command responsibilities include:

(1)
Commanders.

(a)
Seek optimum, not adequate, performance.

(b)
Specify the risk they will accept 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.

(a)
Assist the commander in assessing risks and in developing risk reduction options when planning 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.

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(e)
Evaluate safety performance during AARs.

(3)
Subordinate Leaders.

(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.

(a)
Report unsafe conditions or acts 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 100-14 and 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 Risk Assessment Matrix (Figure 1-2) is a tool for assessing hazards.

(3)
Develop Controls and Make Risk Decisions. Develop one or more controls that will eliminate the hazard or reduce the risk of a hazardous incident. For each hazard, as controls are developed, revise the evaluation of the level of risk remaining (residual risk). Weigh the risk against the benefits of performing the operation. Accept no unnecessary risks and make any residual risk decisions at the proper level of command.

(4)
Implement Controls. Integrate specific controls into plans, OPLANs, OPORDs, SOPs, and rehearsals. Communicate controls to the individual soldier.

(5)
Supervise and Evaluate. Explain how each control will be monitored to ensure proper implementation (supervise). Evaluate the effectiveness of each control in reducing or eliminating risk--include follow-up and AARs. Develop the lessons learned.

e.
Fratricide is a component of protecting the force 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/management is the mechanism by which incidences of fratricide can be controlled.

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.

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Risk Assessment Matrix
Probability and Risk Levels Severity (Effect) Frequent Likely Occasional Seldom Unlikely A B C D E
Catastrophic I E E H H M
Critical II E H H M L
Marginal III H M M L L
Negligible IV M L L L L Severity (Effect)
Catastrophic.Death or permanent total disability, system loss, major property damage. Critical.Permanent partial disability, temporary total disability in excess of 3 months, major system damage, significant property damage. Marginal.Minor injury, lost workday accident, compensable injury or illness, minor system damage, minor property damage. Negligible.First aid or minor supportive medical treatment, minor system impairment.
Probability
Frequent.Individual soldier/item . Occurs often in career/equipment service life. All soldiers exposed or item inventory .Continuously experienced.
Likely.Individual soldier/item . Occurs several times in career/equipment service life. All soldiers exposed or item inventory .Occurs frequently.
Occasional.Individual soldier/item .•.Occurs sometime in career/equipment service life.
•.All soldiers exposed or ;tern inventory .Occurs sporadically or several times in inventory service life.
Seldom.Individual soldier/item . Possible to occur in career/equipment service life. All soldiers exposed or item inventory .Remote chance of occurrence; expected to occur sometime in inventory service life.
Unlikely.Individual soldier/item.'.Can assume will not occur in career/equipment service life. All soldiers exposed or item inventory .Possible, but improbable; occurs only very rarely.

Risk Levels
E — Extremely High Loss of ability to accomplish mission.
H — High Significantly degrades mission capabilities in terms of required mission standards.
M — Moderate Degrades mission capabilities in terms of required mission standard.
L — LoW Little or no impact on mission accomplishment.

Figure 1-2. Risk Assessment Matrix.
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(3)
Combat Identification Failures. These failures include gunners or pilots being unable to distinguish thermal/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 charge errors, accidental discharges,
mistakes with explosives and hand grenades, and similar incidents.

(7)
Battlefield Hazards. Unexploded ordnance, unmarked or unrecorded minefields, 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's 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.

(7)
Loss of initiative.

(8)
Disrupted operations.

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

1-8. Environmental Protection. Protection of natural resources (including threatened and endangered species habitats) 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. Environmental risk management consists of the following steps:
a.
Identify Hazards. Identify potential sources for environmental degradation during analysis of 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/historical artifacts.

b.
Assess Hazards. Analyze potential severity of environmental degradation using environmental risk assessment matrix (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 matrix.

ARTEP 8-705-MTP
Environmental Area Rating:
Unit Operations Movement of heavy vehicles/systems 5 4 Risk Impact 3 2 1 0
Movement of personnel and light vehicles/systems Assembly area activities Field maintenance of equipment 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0
Garrison maintenance of equipment 5 4 3 2 1 0
Environmental Risk Assessment Worksheet
Environmental Area Movement of heavy vehicles/ systems Movement of personnel and light vehicles/ systems Assembly area activities Field maintenance of equipment Garrison maintenance of equipment Risk rating
Air pollution
Archeological and historical sites ,
Hazardous materiel/waste •
Noise pollution
Threatened/endangered species
Water pollution
Wetland protection
Overall rating
Overall Environmental Risk Assessment Form
Category Range Environmental Damage Decision Maker
Low Moderate High Extremely high 0-58 59-117 118-149 150-175 Little or none Minor - Significant Severe Appropriate level Appropriate level Division commander MACOM commander
Risk Categories igure 1-3. Environmental Risk Assessment Matrix.

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c.
Develop Controls and Make Environmental Risk Decisions. Develop one or more controls that will eliminate the hazard or reduce the risk of an environmental incident. For each risk, as controls are developed, revise the evaluation of the level of environmental risk remaining (residual risk). 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 and Evaluate. Supervise/enforce environmental protection standards. Evaluate the effectiveness of each control in reducing or eliminating the environmental risk.

1-9. Evaluation. T&EOs in Chapter 5 list the standards which this unit must meet for each task.
a.
Evaluation can be internal or external. An internal evaluation can be conducted at any level and must be inherent in all training. External evaluations are usually more formal and conducted by the next higher echelon.

b.
A critical weakness in training is the failure to evaluate each task each time it is performed. The ARTEP concept is based on simultaneous training and evaluation. Every training exercise provides the potential for evaluation feedback and every evaluation is a training session. Because leaders frequently do not evaluate continuously, you must ensure that trainers and leaders 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. Outside evaluators usually make this unfeasible for higher-level exercises. AARs should be planned at frequent, logical intervals during exercises. This is a proven technique which will allow 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.

1-10. Feedback. Your recommendations for improvement of this MTP are requested. Feedback will help to ensure that this ARTEP MTP answers the training needs of units in the field. There is a questionnaire at the end of this MTP.
CHAPTER 2
Training Matrixes
2-1. General. The training Matrix assists the commander in planning the training of his unit's personnel.
2-2. Mission to Collective Tasks Matrix. This matrix (Figure 2-2), identifies the mission and their supporting collective tasks. The tasks are listed under the appropriate AUTL. The AUTL used in this matrix are defined in the appropriate publication. A specific mission is trained by training collective tasks in the vertical column under 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
A - DEFEND HOSPITAL AREA
B - DEPLOY HOSPITAL TO A NEW THEATER
OF OPERATIONS

C - ESTABLISH HOSPITAL AREA OF

OPERATIONS
D - PERFORM HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT
AND SERVICES OPERATIONS
E - PLAN HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND
SERVICES OPERATIONS
F - REDEPLOY HOSPITAL TO HOME STATION

G - RELOCATE HOSPITAL TO A NEW
OPERATING SITE
H - SUPERVISE DEPLOYMENT OF
SUBORDINATE ELEMENTS TO A NEW
THEATER OF OPERATIONS
I - SUPERVISE REDEPLOYMENT OF
SUBORDINATE ELEMENTS TO HOME
STATION

Figure 2-1. Mission Identification Table.

Collective Tasks. 1.A.J.B.1.CI.Di.EI.F.I.G.i.H.I.I
r......, I. •
Deploy/Conduct Maneuver-,
63-1-8050.08-705L X
DIRECT DEPLOYMENT ALERT ACTIVITIES
63-1-8051.08-705L X
ESTABLISH THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER
63-1-8052.08-705L X
OPERATE THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER
63-1-8053.08-705L X X
SUPERVISE HOSPITAL DEPLOYMENT/
REDEPLOYMENT ACTIVITIES
63-1-8054.08-705L X X
UPDATE MOVEMENT PLAN/ORDER
63-1-8055.08-705L X
COORDINATE SOLDIER READINESS
PROCESSING SUPPORT

Collective Tasks A B C DEF GH I
63-1-8056.08-705L PROVIDE DEPLOYMENT PERSONNEL AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES SUPPORT X
63-1-8057.08-705L COORDINATE FAMILY ASSISTANCE SUPPORT X
63-1-8058.08-705L COORDINATE DEPLOYMENT TRAINING SUPPORT X
63-1-8059.08-705L PERFORM DEPLOYMENT INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT FUNCTIONS X
63-1-8060.08-705L PROVIDE DEPLOYMENT LOGISTICS SUPPORT X
63-1-8061.08-705L PROVIDE DEPLOYMENT ADVANCE PARTY SUPPORT X
63-1-8062.08-705L COORDINATE ONWARD MOVEMENT
63-1-8071.08-705L DIRECT INTEGRATION ACTIVITIES X
63-1-8063.08-705L COORDINATE REAR DETACHMENT SUPPORT X X
63-1-8064.08-705L PERFORM HOME STATION REAR DETACHMENT ACTIVITIES X
63-1-8065.08-705L COORDINATE RECONSTITUTION FOR REDEPLOYMENT X
63-1-8066.08-705L PREPARE REDEPLOYMENT MOVEMENT PLAN/ORDER X
63-1-8067.08-705L PROVIDE REDEPLOYMENT SUPPORT X
63-1-8068.08-705L PERFORM REDEPLOYMENT ADVANCE PARTY ACTIVITIES X
63-1-8069.08-705L PERFORM THEATER REAR DETACHMENT ACTIVITIES X
63-1-8070.08-705L COORDINATE HOME STATION ACTIVITIES X
63-2-8001.08-705L PERFORM DEPLOYMENT ALERT ACTIVITIES X
63-2-8002.08-705L PERFORM PERSONNEL AND ADMINISTRATIVE PREDEPLOYMENT ACTIVITIES X
63-2-8003.08-705L PERFORM PREDEPLOYMENT TRAINING ACTIVITIES X
63-2-8004.08-705L PERFORM PREDEPLOYMENT SUPPLY ACTIVITIES X
63-2-8005.08-705L PERFORM PREDEPLOYMENT MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES (UNIT WITH MAINTENANCE ELEMENT) X
63-2-8006.08-705L PREPARE VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT FOR DEPLOYMENT X
63-2-8007.08-705L PREPARE HOSPITAL FOR NONTACTICAL MOVE X X
63-2-8008.08-705L CONDUCT NONTACTICAL ROAD MARCH X X

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ARTEP 8-705-MTP
Collective Tasks A BCD E F GH I
63-2-8009.08-705L PERFORM SEA PORT OF EMBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR DEPLOYMENT X
63-2-8010.08-705L PERFORM AERIAL PORT OF EMBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR DEPLOYMENT X
63-2-8011.08-705L PERFORM AERIAL PORT OF DEBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR DEPLOYMENT X
63-2-8012.08-705L PERFORM SEA PORT OF DEBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR DEPLOYMENT X
63-2-8013.08-705L PREPARE EQUIPMENT RECEPTION TEAM FOR TACTICAL ROAD MARCH (DEPLOYMENT) X
63-2-8026.08-705L CONDUCT STAGING ACTIVITIES X
63-2-8025.08-705L CONDUCT INTEGRATION ACTIVITIES X
63-2-8014.08-705L PERFORM REDEPLOYMENT PERSONNEL AND ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIONS X
63-2-8015.08-705L PERFORM REDEPLOYMENT TRAINING ACTIVITIES X
63-2-8016.08-705L PERFORM REDEPLOYMENT SUPPLY ACTIVITIES X
63-2-8017.08-705L . PERFORM REDEPLOYMENT MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES (UNIT WITH MAINTENANCE ELEMENT) X
63-2-8018.08-705L. •PREPARE VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT FOR REDEPLOYMENT X
63-2-8019.08-705L PERFORM SEA PORT OF EMBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR REDEPLOYMENT X
63-2-8020.08-705L PERFORM AERIAL PORT OF EMBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR REDEPLOYMENT X
63-2-8021.08-705L PERFORM AERIAL PORT OF DEBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR REDEPLOYMENT X
63-2-8022.08-705L PERFORM HOME STATION ACTIVITIES X
63-2-8023.08-705L PERFORM SEA PORT OF DEBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR REDEPLOYMENT X
63-2-8024.08-705L PERFORM DEMOBILIZATION STATION ACTIVITIES X
Protect the Force
63-2-1002.08-705L PREPARE HOSPITAL TO MOVE X X
63-2-1003.08-705L CONDUCT TACTICAL ROAD MARCH X X
03-3-C226.08-705L CROSS A CHEMICALLY CONTAMINATED AREA X X
03-3-C208.08-705L CROSS A RADIOLOGICALLY CONTAMINATED AREA X

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Collective Tasks A BCD E F GH I
63-2-1006.08-705L
DEFEND MARCH ELEMENTS
63-1-1015.08-705L PERFORM ADVANCE/QUARTERING PARTY ACTIVITIES
63-1-1016.08-705L
ESTABLISH HOSPITAL COMMAND POST [FORWARD]
63-1-1019.08-705L
SUPERVISE ESTABLISHMENT OF SUBORDINATE
ELEMENTS AND HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS

63-1-1020.08-705L ESTABLISH TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER, ADMINISTRATIVE AREAS, AND OPERATIONAL AREAS
63-1-1038.08-705L
SUPERVISE OPERATIONS SECURITY PROGRAM

03-1-C404.08-705L
SUPERVISE NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL,
AND CHEMICAL DEFENSE OPERATIONS

63-2-1009.08-705L
OCCUPY NEW OPERATING SITE
63-2-1011.08-705L
SET UP HOSPITAL DEFENSE
08-1-0218.08-705L
ESTABLISH HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS AREA

63-2-0008.08-705L
ESTABLISH COMPANY HEADQUARTERS AREA

08-2-0220.08-705L
ESTABLISH HOSPITAL OPERATIONAL AREAS
63-2-R306.08-705L
EMPLOY PHYSICAL SECURITY MEASURES

08-1-0259.08-705L
SET UP LAUNDRY SERVICE AND BATH AREA

03-3-C201.08-705L
• PREPARE FOR OPERATIONS UNDER NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, AND CHEMICAL CONDITIONS
44-3-C220.08-705L
USE PASSIVE AIR DEFENSE MEASURES

44-3-C221.08-705L
TAKE ACTIVE AIR DEFENSE
MEASURES AGAINST HOSTILE AIRCRAFT

63-2-1016.08-705L
EMPLOY OPERATIONS SECURITY MEASURES

03-3-C202.08-705L
PREPARE FOR A CHEMICAL ATTACK

03-3-C203.08-705L
RESPOND TO A CHEMICAL ATTACK

03-3-C224.08-705L
CONDUCT OPERATIONAL DECONTAMINATION

03-2-C312.08-705L
CONDUCT THOROUGH DECONTAMINATION

03-3-C205.08-705L
PREPARE FOR A FRIENDLY NUCLEAR STRIKE

03-3-C223.08-705L
RESPOND TO THE INITIAL EFFECTS
OFA NUCLEAR ATTACK.
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X X
X X
X X
X X

X X
X X X X X X X X
X X X X X X X X X X X
X X X
X X

X X
X X X X
X X X X X X X X X
X X X X X
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Collective Tasks A BCD EF G H I
03-3-C222.08-705L RESPOND TO THE RESIDUAL EFFECTS OF A NUCLEAR ATTACK X
63-2-R207.08-705L PERFORM RADIOLOGICAL DECONTAMINATION X
63-2-1024.08-705L DEFEND HOSPITAL AREA X
63-2-1026.08-705L REORGANIZE HOSPITAL DEFENSE ,.. Perfoim CSS and Siistainment ., X
08-1-0225.08-705L PREPARE FOR HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES OPERATIONS X
08-1-0226.08-705L COORDINATE HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES OPERATIONS X
63-1-1042.08-705L PROVIDE PERSONNEL SERVICE SUPPORT X
63-1-1043.08-705L PROVIDE ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE SUPPORT X
10-2-C320.08-705L PROVIDE UNIT SUPPLY SUPPORT X
08-1-0249.08-705L PROVIDE MEDICAL SUPPLY SUPPORT X
08-1-0260.08-705L PROVIDE LAUNDRY AND BATH SERVICES X
43-2-R322.08-705L PERFORM UNIT-LEVEL MAINTENANCE (UNIT WITH MAINTENANCE ELEMENT) X
10-2-C325.08-705L RECEIVE EXTERNAL SLING LOAD RESUPPLY
08-2-R315.08-705L PERFORM FIELD SANITATION FUNCTIONS X
08-2-R303.08-705L CONDUCT BATTLEFIELD STRESS REDUCTION AND PREVENTION PROCEDURES X X X X X X X X X
63-2-R326.08-705L PERFORM RISK MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES X X X X X X X X X
19-3-3106.08-705L HANDLE ENEMY PRISONERS OF WAR X X X X
19-3-3105.08-705L PROCESS CAPTURED DOCUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT X X X X
08-2-0314.08-705L TREAT HOSPITAL CASUALTIES X X X X X
10-2-C318.08-705L PERFORM MORTUARY AFFAIRS OPERATIONS X X X X X
63-2-1028.08-705L PERFORM AREA DAMAGE CONTROL FUNCTIONS X
08-1-0230.08-705L PROVIDE PATIENT ADMINISTRATION SERVICES X
08-1-0231.08-705L PROVIDE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES X
08-2-0232.08-705L TREAT NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICALLY, AND CHEMICALLY CONTAMINATED CASUALTIES X

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Collective Tasks A BCD E F GH
08-1-0233.08-705L X
PROVIDE MOVEMENT OF PATIENTS
08-1-0234.08-705L X
PERFORM STAFF ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTIONS
08-1-0235.08-705L X
PROVIDE ORTHOPEDIC CAST/TRACTION SERVICES
08-1-0236.08-705L X
PROVIDE CENTRAL MATERIEL SERVICES
08-1-0237.08-705L X
PROVIDE MEDICAL CONSULTATION
AND TREATMENT SERVICES
08-1-0238.08-705L X
PROVIDE RESPIRATORY THERAPY FUNCTIONS
08-1-0239.08-705L X
PROVIDE NURSING SERVICES
08-1-0240.08-705L X
PROVIDE PHARMACY SERVICES
08-1-0241.08-705L X
PROVIDE PHYSICAL THERAPY SERVICES
08-1-0534.08-705L X
PROVIDE OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY SERVICES
•08-1-0242.08-705L X
PERFORM SURGICAL SERVICES
08-5-0003.08-705L X
PROVIDE HEAD AND NECK SURGERY SERVICES
08-5-0002.08-705L X
PROVIDE NEUROSURGERY SERVICES
08-5-0001.08-705L X
PROVIDE EYE SURGERY SERVICES
08-5-0005.08-705L X
PROVIDE PATHOLOGY SERVICES
08-5-0006.08-705L X
PROVIDE RENAL HEMODIALYSIS SERVICES
08-5-0004.08-705L X
PROVIDE INFECTIOUS DISEASE SERVICES
08-2-0317.08-705L X
PROVIDE DENTAL SERVICES
08-1-0244.08-705L X
PROVIDE LABORATORY SERVICES
08-1-0245.08-705L X
PROVIDE BLOOD BANKING SERVICES
08-1-0246.08-705L X
PROVIDE NEUROPSYCHIATRIC SERVICES
08-1-0247.08-705L X
PROVIDE RADIOLOGY SERVICES
08-1-0250.08-705L X
PROVIDE NUTRITION CARE SERVICES
08-1-0248.08-705L X
PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE RELIGIOUS SUPPORT TO
PATIENTS AND UNIT MEMBERS
Exercise CoMmand and Control
63-1-8072.08-705L X X
PLAN HOSPITAL DEPLOYMENT
IN A PEACETIME ENVIRONMENT

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Collective Tasks A BCD E F GH I
63-1-8073.08-705L PLAN HOSPITAL DEPLOYMENT UPON RECEIPT OF A WARNING ORDER X X
63-1-1001.08-705L CONDUCT MISSION ANALYSIS X X
63-1-1002.08-705L CONDUCT INTELLIGENCE PREPARATION OF THE BATTLEFIELD X X
63-1-1003.08-705L FORMULATE FEASIBLE COURSES OF ACTION X X
63-1-1004.08-705L DEVELOP INTELLIGENCE ESTIMATE X X
63-1-1005.08-705L DEVELOP PERSONNEL ESTIMATE X X
63-1-1006.08-705L DEVELOP LOGISTICS ESTIMATE X X
63-1-1007.08-705L DEVELOP A HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES ESTIMATE X X
63-1-1008.08-705L DEVELOP SUPPORTING COMMANDER'S (OPERATION) ESTIMATE X X
63-1-1009.08-705L PREPARE OPERATIONS PLAN/ OPERATIONS ORDER AND ANNEXES X X
63-1-1010.08-705L DEVELOP ROAD MOVEMENT ORDER X X
63-1-1011.08-705L DEVELOP OCCUPATION PLAN X X X
63-1-1012.08-705L PLAN HOSPITAL AREA TACTICAL OPERATIONS X X
63-1-1017.08-705L ESTABLISH COMMUNICATIONS X X
63-1-1022.08-705L OPERATE THE TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER X
63-1-1045.08-705L PROVIDE COMMAND AND CONTROL X X X X X X X X
63-1-1052.08-705L DIRECT RESPONSE TO THREAT ACTIONS X
63-1-1053.08-705L DIRECT AREA DAMAGE CONTROL OPERATIONS X
63-2-1010.08-705L PLAN HOSPITAL DEFENSE X X
63-2-1014.08-705L PLAN AREA DAMAGE CONTROL OPERATIONS X X
63-1-8074.08-705L PLAN HOSPITAL REDEPLOYMENT X X
63-1-1040.08-705L MAINTAIN COMMUNICATIONS X X X X X X X X X
08-1-0229.08-705L SUPERVISE PATIENT CARE OPERATIONS X
Figure 2-2. Collective Task to Missions.

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CHAPTER 3
TRAINING PLANS
3-1. General. This chapter describes the use of MTP for development of hospital training plans and provides a mission outline. It is designed to assist commanders in preparing training plans for critical missions. FM 25-100 and FM 25-101 provide detailed information on training management and should be used with the MTP for developing hospital training plans.
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 hospital'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 hospital's METL.
a. Develop hospital METL. The first step in developing a METL is analyzing all specific and implied missions and other guidance. After analyzing the hospital's missions and external directives, a list of tasks are identified which must be accomplished if the hospital is to successfully accomplish its 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 hospital by contingency plans and missions directed by higher headquarters' guidance. The commander reviews the task list and selects tasks that are essential to the hospital's mission. The selected tasks are forwarded to the next higher HQ for approval. The tasks selected are the hospital's METL, Figure 3-1.
(1) DEPLOY/CONDUCT MANEUVER.
1.
Direct deployment alert activities.

2.
Establish the emergency operations center.

3.
Operate the emergency operations center.

4.
Supervise hospital deployment/redeployment activities.

5.
Update movement plan/order.

6.
Coordinate soldier readiness processing support.

7.
Provide deployment personnel and administrative service support.

8.
Coordinate family assistance support.

9.
Coordinate deployment training support.

10.
Perform deployment intelligence support functions.

11.
Provide deployment logistics support.

12.
Perform deployment advance party activities.

13.
Coordinate onward movement.

14.
Direct integration activities.

15.
Coordinate rear detachment support.

16.
Perform home station rear detachment activities.

17.
Coordinate reconstitution for redeployment.

18.
Prepare redeployment movement plan/order.

19.
Provide redeployment support.
Figure 3-1. Sample hospital METL.

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20.
Perform redeployment advance party activities.

21.
Perform theater rear detachment activities.

22.
Coordinate home station activities.

23.
Perform deployment alert activities.

24.
Perform personnel and administrative predeployment activities.

25.
Perform predeployment training activities.

26.
Perform predeployment supply activities.

27.
Perform predeployment maintenance activities (unit with maintenance element).

28.
Prepare vehicles and equipment for deployment.

29.
Prepare hospital for nontactical move.

30.
Conduct nontactical road march.

31.
Perform sea port of embarkation activities for deployment.

32.
Perform aerial port of embarkation activities for deployment.

33.
Perform aerial port of debarkation activities for deployment.

34.
Perform sea port of debarkation activities for deployment.

35.
Prepare equipment reception team for tactical road march (deployment).

36.
Conduct staging activities.

37.
Conduct integration activities.

38.
Perform redeployment personnel and administrative actions.

39. Perform redeployment training activities.
40. Perform redeployment supply activities.
41.. Perform redeployment maintenance activities (with unit maintenance element).

42.
Prepare vehicles and equipment for -redeployment.

43.
Perform sea port of embarkation activities for redeployment.

44.
Perform aerial port of embarkation activities for redeployment.

45.
Perform aerial port of debarkation activities for redeployment.

46.
Perform home station activities.

47.
Perform sea port of debarkation activities for redeployment.

48.
Perform demobilization station activities.

(2) PROTECT THE FORCE.
1.
Prepare hospital to move.

2.
Conduct tactical road march.

3.
Cross a chemically contaminated area.

4.
Cross a radiologically contaminated area.

5.
Defend march elements.

6.
Perform advance/quartering party activities.
Figure 3-1. Sample hospital METL (cont).

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7.
Establish hospital command post (forward).

8.
Supervise establishment of subordinate elements and hospital headquarters.

9.
Establish tactical operations center, administrative areas, and operational areas.

10.
Supervise operations security program.

11.
Supervise nuclear, biological, and chemical defense operations.

12.
Occupy new operating site.

13.
Set up hospital defense.

14.
Establish hospital headquarters area.

15.
Establish company headquarters area.

16.
Establish hospital operational areas.

17.
Employ physical security measures.

18.
Set up laundry service and bath area.

19.
Prepare for operations under nuclear, biological, and chemical conditions.

20.
Use passive air defense measures.

21.
Take active air defense measures against hostile aircraft.

22.
Employ operations security measures.

23.
Prepare for a chemical attack.

24.
Respond to a chemical attack.

25.
Conduct operational decontamination.

26.
Conduct thorough decontamination.

27.
Prepare for a friendly nuclear strike.

28.
Respond to the initial effects of a nuclear attack.

29.
Respond to the residual effects of a nuclear attack.

30.
Perform radiological decontamination.

31.
Defend hospital area.

32.
Reorganize hospital defense.

(3) PERFORM COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT AND SUSTAINMENT.
1.
Prepare for hospitalization support and services operations.

2.
Coordinate hospitalization support and services operations.

3.
Provide personnel service support.

4.
Provide administrative service support.

5.
Provide unit supply support.

6.
Provide medical supply support.

7.
Provide laundry and bath services.

8.
Perform unit-level maintenance (unit with maintenance element).

9.
Receive external sling load resupply.

10.
Perform field sanitation functions.
Figure 3-1. Sample hospital METL (cont).

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11.
Conduct battlefield stress reduction and prevention procedures.

12.
Perform risk management procedures.

13.
Handle enemy prisoners of war.

14.
Process captured documents and equipment.

15.
Treat hospital casualties.

16.
Perform mortuary affairs operations.

17.
Perform area damage control functions.

18.
Provide patient administration services.

19.
Provide emergency medical services.

20.
Treat nuclear, biologically, and chemically contaminated casualties.

21.
Provide movement of patients.

22.
Perform staff administrative functions.

23.
Provide orthopedic cast/traction services.

24.
Provide central materiel services.
25.. Provide medical consultation and treatment services.

26.
Provide respiratory therapy functions.

27.
Provide nursing services.

28.
Provide pharmacy services.

29.
Provide physical therapy services.

30.
Provide occupational therapy services.

31.
Provide surgical services.

32.
Provide head and neck surgery services.

33.
Provide neurosurgery surgery services.

34.
Provide eye surgery services.

35.
Provide pathology services.

36.
Provide renal hemodialysis services.

37.
Provide infectious disease services.

38.
Provide dental services.

39.
Provide laboratory services.

40.
Provide blood banking services.

41.
Provide neuropsychiatric services.

42.
Provide radiology services.

43.
Provide nutrition care services.

44.
Provide comprehensive religious support to patients and unit members.

(4) EXERCISE COMMAND AND CONTROL.
1.
Plan hospital deployment in a peacetime environment.

2.
Plan hospital deployment upon receipt of a warning order.
Figure 3-1. Sample hospital METL (cont).

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3.
Conduct mission analysis.

4.
Conduct intelligence preparation of the battlefield.

5.
Formulate feasible course of action.

6.
Develop intelligence estimate.

7.
Develop personnel estimate.

8.
Develop logistics estimate.

9.
Develop a hospitalization support and services estimate.

10.
Develop supporting commander's (operation) estimate.

11.
Prepare operations plan/operations order and annexes.

12.
Develop road movement order.

13.
Develop occupation plan.

14.
Plan hospital area tactical operations.

15.
Establish communications.

16.
Operate the tactical operations center.

17.
Provide command and control.

18.
Direct response to threat actions.

19.
Direct area damage control operations.

20.
Plan hospital defense.

21.
Plan area damage control operations.

22.
Plan hospital redeployment.

23.
Maintain communications.

24.
Supervise patient care operations.
Figure 3-1. Sample hospital METL (cont).

b.
Establish Training Objectives. After the METL is identified, commanders establish training objectives. The training objectives are conditions and standards which describe the situation or environment and ultimate outcome criteria the hospital 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 hospital'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" (Needs Practice), "U" (Untrained), or "?" (Unknown). The outcome of the training assessment identifies the unit's training requirements, Figure 3-2.

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CURRENT TRAINING STATUS TRAINING
ARMY UNIVERSAL TASK LIST STRATEGY

Deploy/ Protect CSS/ Exercise Overall
Mission-Essential Tasks
Maneuver the Force Sustainment C2
Supervise operations security program P T T T T
Coordinate internal logistics T P T T T
Conduct mission analysis U T T P P
Conduct intelligence preparation of the P U ? ? ?
battlefield

Legend:.T - Trained.U — Untrained.P - Needs Practice.? — 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 includes 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 hospital. Figure 3-3 provides a sample of hospital goals.

--Attain and sustain proficiency in all MTP missions.
--Maintain a 90 percent operational readiness rate.
--Attain and sustain 100 percent support to supported forces.

Figure 3-3. Sample hospital 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
Prepare operations plan/operations order and annexes MTP 1 Figure 3-4. Sample hospital training priority list
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 long-range planning calendar projects training events and activities of the unit for the upcoming 12 to 18 months. To prepare a long-range planning calendar, follow the steps outlined below:
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(1)
Selict training events and activities to train the missions. At hospital-level, the commander must project events that will enable him to achieve his goals.

(2)
Assign time for subordinate units to train. Subordinate leaders must be allowed to develop their training programs in support of the hospital training program.

(3)
Examine various training alternatives to make optimum use of the training support available to the hospital. Available training resources must be compared against higher echelon directed training, hospital directed training events, and subordinate level projected training events. Resourcing tools available to the hospital commander are the BLTM, OPTEMPO, and STRAC.

(4)
Obtain approval of long-range plans from higher headquarters.

(5)
Issue guidance. Training guidance is issued to the staff and subordinate elements with the long-range training calendar. This training gUidance supplements the long-range 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 hospital 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.

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(d)
Education programs.

(e)
Mandatory training.

(f)
Visits, inspections, and tests.

(g)
Supplies and equipment.

(h)
Nonmission-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 actions for the specified period.

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

(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, OCs, OPFOR, and support personnel to know what is being trained, why it is being trained and what their role in the training will be.

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3-5. Training the Hospital. Planning training for the hospital provides the commander with unique challenges. The most severe challenges are those that have to do with time and availability of personnel. The staff and company headquarters are involved in day-to-day operations and support of subordinate unit training. It is difficult to find the time to adequately address the training needs of these elements. These elements must be capable of fulfilling their roles in order for the hospital to perform its missions. The strategy selected by the commander for training these elements must include an effective method of training individuals, staffs, leaders, and units.
a..Training the Headquarters (Staff Training).
(1)
Training of the staff presents the greatest challenge within a constrained training environment. This MTP identifies the training objectives for the staff. The staff has numerous tasks to master to be effective. Examples of tasks that any staff must be able to perform are:

(a)
Analyze terrain.

(b)
Function as an effective team.

(c)
Exchange information.

(d)
Prepare estimates.

(e)
Give appraisals.

(f)
Make recommendations and decisions.

(g)
Prepare plans.

(h)
Issue orders.

(i)
Coordinate and control hospital operations.

(j)
Supervise subordinate units.

(2)
The strategy used to train the staff will vary based on the considerations used in planning training (level of proficiency, training support available, etc.). FM 25-101 contains detailed information on the conduct of exercises. Some methods of staff training include the following exercises.

(a)
TEWTs are low-cost, low-overhead exercises conducted in the field on actual terrain suitable for training units for specific missions. TEWTs are used by commanders to train subordinate leaders and staffs to analyze terrain and plan for the conduct of hospital missions.

(b)
MAPEXs are low-cost, low-overhead training exercises that allow commanders to train their staffs to perform essential integrating and control functions to support their decisions under conditions. MAPEXs may be used to train the staff to exchange information, prepare estimates, give appraisals, make recommendations and decisions, prepare plans, and issue orders.

(c)
CPXs are medium-cost, medium overhead training exercises that may be conducted in garrison or a field location. CPXs normally use a battle simulation to drive the staff actions.

(d)
FTXs are high-cost, high overhead exercises conducted in the field under simulated combat conditions. Hospital-conducted FTXs exercise the staff in coordination, control, and supervision of hospital operations. They normally require the staff planning tasks to be completed before the exercise begins. Higher headquarters-conducted FTXs provide the best opportunity for the staff to combine all of its skills and perform as they would in responding to both higher and lower levels.

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(e) At hospital level, a method to optimize staff and unit training is to integrate TEWTs,
MAPEXs, CPXs, CFXs, and CALFEXs to prepare the orders and plans for upcoming hospital FTXs. This
exercises the entire spectrum of the staff effectively and also makes optimum use of unit field training time.

.(3) Each unit is different and only the commander can determine the best method of training
.
his staff.
b. Training the Company Headquarters. Training the headquarters company is a complex task
requiring both unit and staff training programs. Normal day-to-day operations place a unique burden on the
company HQ commander to accomplish training. Elements cross staff lines and responsibilities. The
hospital XO coordinates with the company HQ commander to ensure individual soldiering tasks are being

mastered.
3-6..Developing Training Exercises. Chapter 4 provides sample exercises for this hospital to use or
modify to meet specific training I seeds. Since only an example FTX is contained in the MTP, it is necessary
for the hospital to develop exercises for its own use. This section provides general procedures for the
hospital staff to use for FTX preparation and for the hospital 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 short-range plan.

b..Site Selection. Confirm selection of a training area.
c..Scenario Development. After missions and tasks are selected, prepare detailed scenario for
the exercise.

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

(2)
Identify events necessary for the control of the exercise. These exercises 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 he 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 OCs and OPFOR. OCs and OPFOR are normally required for every FTX and for STXs when MILES are used. It is difficult for a hospital to provide these from its own resources. When OCs and OPFOR must be provided from within the hospital, unit leaders may have to serve as the OCs for their unit and the OPFOR may be selected from personnel or units not essential for attainment of the exercise objectives. Ideally, higher headquarters should provide OCs and OPFOR.

e..
Preparation of the Control Plan. Control plans are developed to coordinate the actions of the training units, OPFOR, and OCs. The scenario is used and a detailed control plan is prepared. The control plan should consist of:
(1)
Detailed schedules of OPFOR actions.

(2)
Detailed instructions for the OPFOR.

(3)
Detailed schedule of activities for units.

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(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. Evaluation is continuous. 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 OCs.

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

Detailed time schedules for evaluation and AARs.

(3)

3-7..Mission Outline. The mission outline, which include collective task numbers, is designed to provide a graphic portrayal of the relationship of the critical mission to FTXs and STXs. This outline should assist the commander and staff in the preparation of training plans. Figure 3-5 is a sample mission outline for the hospital.
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FTX 08-1-E0001 PROVIDE HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES
STX 08-1-E0002 STX 08-1-E0003 STX 08-1-E0004 STX 08-1-E0005 STX 08-1-E0006
SUPERVISE DEPLOY PLAN RELOCATE ESTABLISH
DEPLOYMENT OF HOSPITAL TO A HOSPITALIZATION HOSPITAL HOSPITAL
SUBORDINATE NEW THEATER OF SUPPORT AND TO A NEW AREA OF
ELEMENTS TO OPERATIONS SERVICES OPERATING OPERATIONS
A NEW THEATER OPERATIONS SITE
OF OPERATIONS
Direct Deployment Plan Hospital Plan Hospital Develop Road Develop
Alert Activities Deployment in a Deployment in a Movement Order Occupation Plan
63-1-8050.08-705L Peacetime Peacetime 63-1-1010.08-705L 63-1-1011.08-705L
' Environment Environment
Establish the 63-1-8072.08-705L 63-1-8072.08-705L Prepare Hospital Perform Advance/
Emergency to Move Quartering Party
Operations Center Plan Hospital Plan Hospital 63-2-1002.08-705L Activities
63-1-8051.08-705L Deployment Upon Deployment Upon 63-1-1015.08-705L
Receipt of a Receipt of a Warning Conduct Tactical
Operate the Warning Order Order Road March Establish Hospital
Emergency 63-18073.08-705L 63-1-8073.08-705L 63-2-1003.08-705L Command Post
Operations Center (Forward)
63-1-8052.08-705L Perform Deployment Conduct Mission Cross a Chemically 63-1-1016.08-705L
Alert Activities Analysis Contaminated
Supervise Hospital 63-2-8001.08-705L 63-1-1001.08-705L Area Establish
Deployment/ 03-3-C226.08-705L Communications
Redeployment Perform Conduct Intelligence 63-1-1017.08-705L
Activities Personnel and Preparation of the Cross a
63-1-8053.08-705L Administrative Battlefield Radiologically Supervise
Predeployment 63-1-1002.08-705L Contaminated Area Establishment of
Update Movement Activities 03-3-C208.08-705L Subordinate
Plan/Order 63-2-8002.08-705L Formulate Feasible Elements
63-1-8054.08-705L Courses of Action Defend March and Hospital
Perform 63-1-1003.08-705L Elements Headquarters
Coordinate Predeployment 63-2-1006.08-705L , 63-1-1019.08-705L
Soldier Readiness Training Activities Develop Intelligence
Processing Support 63-2-8003.08-705L Estimate Supervise Operations Establish Tactical
63-1-8055.08-705L 63-1-1004.08-705L Security Program Operations Center,
Perform 63-1-1038.08-705L Administrative Areas
Provide Deployment Predeployment Develop Personnel and Operational
Personnel and Supply Activities Estimate Employ Operations Areas
Administrative 63-2-8004.08-705L 63-1-1005.08-705L Security Measures 63-1-1020.08-705L
Services Support 63-2-1016.08-705L
63-1-8056.08-705L Perform Develop Logistics Occupy New
Predeployment Estimate Maintain Operating Site
Maintenance 63-1-1006.08-705L Communications 63-2-1009.08-705L
Activities (Unit with 63-1-1040.08-705L
Maintenance Develop a Set up Hospital
Element) Hospitalization Defense
63-2-8005.08-705L Support and 63-2-1011.08-705L
Services Estimate
63-1-1007.08-705L

Figure 3-5. Sample Combat Support Hospital Mission Outline.
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FTX 08-1-E0001 PROVIDE HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES
STX 08-1-E0002 STX 08-1-E0003 STX 08-1-E0004 STX 08-1-E0005 STX 08-1-E0006
SUPERVISE DEPLOY PLAN. RELOCATE ESTABLISH
DEPLOYMENT OF HOSPITAL TO A HOSPITALIZATION HOSPITAL HOSPITAL
SUBORDINATE NEW THEATER OF SUPPORT AND TO A NEW AREA OF
ELEMENTS TO OPERATIONS SERVICES OPERATING OPERATIONS
A NEW THEATER OPERATIONS SITE
OF OPERATIONS
Coordinate Family Prepare Vehicles Develop Supporting Conduct Battlefield Establish Hospital
Assistance Support and Equipment Commander's Stress Reduction and Headquarters Area
63-1-8057.08-705L for Deployment (Operation) Prevention 08-1-0218.08-705L
63-2-8006.08-705L Estimate Procedures
Coordinate 63-1-1008.08-705L 08-2-R303.08-705L Establish
Deployment Training Prepare Hospital for Company
Support Nontactical Move Prepare Operations . Perform Risk Headquarters Area
63-1-8058.08-705L 63-2-8007.08-705L Plan/Operations Order Management 63-2-0008.08-705L
and Annexes Procedures
Perform Deployment Conduct Nontactical 63-1-1009.08-705L 63-2-R326.08-705L Establish Hospital
Intelligence Support Road March Operational Areas
Functions 63-2-8008.08-705L Develop Road Provide Command 08-2-0220.08-705L
63-1-8059.08-705L Movement Order and Control
Perform Sea Port of 63-1-1010.08-705L 63-1-1045.08-705L Supervise
Provide Deployment Embarkation Operations Security
Logistics Support Activities for Develop Handle Enemy Program
63-1-8060.08-705L Deployment Occupation Plan Prisoners of War 63-1-1038.08-705L
63-2-8009.08-705L 63-1-1011.08-705L 19-3-3106.08-705L
Perform Deployment Employ Physical
Advance Party Perform Aerial Port Plan Hospital Area Process Captured Security Measures
Activities of Embarkation Tactical Operations Documents and 63-2-R306.08-705L
63-1-8061.08-705L Activities for 63-1-1012.08-705L Equipment
Deployment 19-3-3105.08-705L Set Up Laundry
Coordinate Onward 63-2-8010.08-705L Plan Hospital Defense Service And
Movement 63-2-1010.08-705L Treat Hospital Bath Area
63-1-8062.08-705L Perform Aerial Port Casualties 08-1-0259.08-705L
of Debarkation Plan Area Damage 08-2-0314.08-705L
Direct Activities for Control Operations Prepare For
Integration Activities Deployment 63-2-1014.08-705L Perform Mortuary Operations Under
63-1-8071.08-705L 63-2-8011.08-705L Affairs Operations Nuclear, Biological,
Supervise Operations 10-2-C318.08-705L and Chemical
Coordinate Rear Perform Sea Port Security Program Conditions
Detachment Support of Debarkation Activiti 63-1-1038.08-705L 03-3-C201.08-705L
63-1-8063.08-705L for Deployment
63-2-8012.08-705L Employ Operations Employ Operations
Perform Home Security Measures Security Measures
Station Rear Prepare Equipment 63-2-1016.08-705L 63-2-1016.08-705L
Detachment Activities Reception Team for
63-1-8064.08-705L Tactical Road March Maintain
(Deployment) Communications
63-2-8013.08-705L 63-1-1040.08-705L

Figure 3-5. Sample Combat Support Hospital Mission Outline (cont).
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FTX 08-1-E0001 PROVIDE HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES
STX 08-1-E0002 STX 08-1-E0003 STX 08-1-E0004 STX 08-1-E0005 STX 08-1-E0006
SUPERVISE DEPLOY PLAN RELOCATE ESTABLISH
DEPLOYMENT OF HOSPITAL TO A HOSPITALIZATION HOSPITAL HOSPITAL
SUBORDINATE NEW THEATER OF SUPPORT AND TO A NEW AREA OF
ELEMENTS TO OPERATIONS SERVICES OPERATING OPERATIONS
A NEW THEATER OPERATIONS SITE
OF OPERATIONS
Supervise Operations Conduct Conduct Battlefield Maintain
Security Program Staging Activities Stress Reduction and Communications
63-1-1038:08-705L 63-2-8026.08-705L Prevention Procedures 63-1-1040.08-705L
08-2-R303.08-705L
Employ Operations Conduct Conduct Battlefield
Security Measures Integration Activities Perform Risk Stress Reduction
63-2-1016.08-705L 63-2-8025.08-705L Management and Prevention
Procedures Procedures
Maintain Conduct Mission 63-2-R326.08-705L 08-2-R303.08-705L
Communications Analysis
63-1-1040.08-705L 63-1-1001.08-705L Provide Perform Risk
Command Management
Conduct Battlefield Conduct Intelligence and Control Procedures
Stress Reduction and Preparation of the 63-1-1045.08-705L 63-2-R326.08-705L
Prevention Battlefield
Procedures 63-1-1002.08-705L Plan Hospital Provide Command
08-2-R303.08-705L Redeployment and Control
Formulate Feasible 63-1-8074.08-705L 63-1-1045.08-705L
Perform Risk Courses of Action
Management 63-1-1003.08-705L Handle Enemy .
Procedures Prisoners of War
63-2-R326.08-705L Develop 19-3-3106.08-705L
Intelligence Estimate .
Provide Command 63-1-1004.08-705L Process Captured
and Control Documents and
63-1-1045,08-705L Develop Personnel Equipment
Estimate 19-3-3105.08-705L
63-1-1005.08-705L
Treat Hospital
Develop Casualties
Logistics 08-2-0314.08-705L
Estimate
63-1-1006.08-705L Perform Mortuary
Affairs Operations
Develop a 10-2-C318.08-705L
Hospitalization
Support and
Services Estimate
63-1-1007.08-705L

Figure 3-5. Sample Combat Support Hospital Mission Outline (cont).
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ARTEP 8-705-MTP
FTX 08-1-E0001 PROVIDE HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES
STX 08-1-E0002 STX 08-1-E0003 STX 08-1-E0004 STX 08-1-E0005 STX 08-1-E0006
SUPERVISE DEPLOY PLAN RELOCATE ESTABLISH
DEPLOYMENT OF HOSPITAL TO A HOSPITALIZATION HOSPITAL HOSPITAL
SUBORDINATE NEW THEATER OF SUPPORT AND TO A NEW AREA OF
ELEMENTS TO OPERATIONS SERVICES OPERATING OPERATIONS
A NEW THEATER OPERATIONS SITE .
OF OPERATIONS
Develop Supporting
Commander's
(Operation) Estimate
63-1-1008.08-705L
Prepare Operations
Plan/Operations
Order and Annexes
63-1-1009.08-705L
Develop Road
Movement Order
63-1-1010.08-705L
Develop
Occupation Plan
63-1-1011.08-705L
Plan Hospital Area
Tactical Operations
63-1-1012.08-705L
Plan Hospital
Defense
63-2-1010.08-705L

Plan Area Damage
Control Operations
63-2-1014.08-705L
Prepare Hospital to
Move
63-2-1002.08-705L
Conduct Tactical
Road March
63-2-1003.08-705L
Cross a Chemically
Contaminated Area
03-3-C226.08-705L

Figure 3-5. Sample Combat Support Hospital Mission Outline (cont).
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ARTEP 8-705-MTP
FTX 08-1-E0001
PROVIDE HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES
STX 08-1-E0002 SUPERVISE DEPLOYMENT OF SUBORDINATE ELEMENTS TO A NEW THEATER OF OPERATIONS STX 08-1-E0003 DEPLOY HOSPITAL TO A NEW THEATER OF OPERATIONS STX 08-1-E0004 PLAN HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES OPERATIONS STX 08-1-E0005 RELOCATE HOSPITAL TO A NEW OPERATING SITE STX 08-1-E0006 ESTABLISH HOSPITAL AREA OF OPERATIONS
Cross a Radiologically Contaminated Area 03-3-C208.08-705L
Defend March Elements 63-2-1006.08-705L
Perform Advance/ Quartering Party Activities 63-1-1015.08-705L
Establish Hospital Command Post (Forward) 63-1-1016.08-705L
Establish Communications 63-1-1017.08-705L
. Supervise Establishment of Subordinate Elements and Hospital Headquarters 63-1-1019.08-705L
Establish Tactical Operations Center, Administrative Areas, and Operational Areas 63-1-1020.08-705L
Occupy New Operating Site 63-2-1009.08-705L
Figure 3-5. Sample Combat Support Hospital Mission Outline (cont).
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ARTEP 8-705-MTP
FTX 08-1-E0001 PROVIDE HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES
STX 08-1-E0002 STX 08-1-E0003 STX 08-1-E0004 STX 08-1-E0005 STX 08-1-E0006
SUPERVISE DEPLOY PLAN RELOCATE ESTABLISH
DEPLOYMENT OF HOSPITAL TO A HOSPITALIZATION HOSPITAL HOSPITAL
SUBORDINATE NEW THEATER OF SUPPORT AND TO A NEW AREA OF
ELEMENTS TO OPERATIONS SERVICES OPERATING OPERATIONS
A NEW THEATER OPERATIONS SITE
OF OPERATIONS
Set up
Hospital Defense
63-2-1011.08-705L
Establish Hospital
Headquarters Area
08-1-0218.08-705L
Establish Company
Headquarters Area
63-2-0008.08-705
Establish Hospital .
Operational Areas
08-2-0220.08-705L
Supervise
Operations Security
Program
63-1-1038.08-705L
Employ Physical
Security Measures
63-2-R306.08-705L
Set Up Laundry
Services and
Bath Area
08-1-0259.08-705L
Prepare For
Operations Under
Nuclear, Biological,
and Chemical
Conditions
03-3-C201.08-705L
Employ Operations
Security Measures
63-2-1016.08-705L
Maintain
Communications
' 63-1-1040.08-705L

Figure 3-5. Sample Combat Support Hospital Mission Outline (cont).
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_ _..
ARTEP 8-705-MTP
FTX 08-1-E0001
PROVIDE HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES
STX 08-1-E0002 SUPERVISE DEPLOYMENT OF SUBORDINATE ELEMENTS TO A NEW THEATER OF OPERATIONS STX 08-1-E0003 DEPLOY HOSPITAL TO A NEW THEATER OF OPERATIONS STX 08-1-E0004 PLAN HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES OPERATIONS STX 08-1-E0005 RELOCATE HOSPITAL TO A NEW OPERATING SITE STX 08-1-E0006 ESTABLISH HOSPITAL AREA OF OPERATIONS
• Conduct Battlefield Stress Reduction and Prevention Procedures 08-2-R303.08-705L
Perform Risk Management Procedures 63-2-R326.08-705L •
Provide Command and Control 63-1-1045.08-705L
Treat Hospital Casualties 08-2-0314.08-705L
Perform Mortuary Affairs Operations 10-2-C318.08-705L
Figure 3-5. Sample Combat Support Hospital Mission Outline (cont

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FTX 08-1-E0001 PROVIDE HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT ANDSERVICES
STX 08-1-E0007 STX 08-1-E0008 STX 08-1-E0009 STX 08-1-E0010
PERFORM DEFEND SUPERVISE REDEPLOY
HOSPITALIZATION HOSPITAL REDEPLOYMENT OF HOSPITAL TO
SUPPORT AND AREA SUBORDINATE ELEMENTS HOME STATION
SERVICES TO HOME STATION
OPERATIONS
Operate the Tactical Defend Supervise Hospital Plan Hospital
Operations Center Hospital Area Deployment/ Redeployment
63-1-1022.08-705L 63-2-1024.08-705L. Redeployment Activities 63-1-8074.08-705L
63-1-8053.08-705L
Supervise Operations Direct Response to Prepare
Security Program Threat Actions Coordinate Rear Hospital for
63-1-1038.08-705L 63-1-1052.08-705L Detachment Support Nontactical Move
63-1-8063.08-705L 63-2-8007.08-705L
Employ Physical Use Passive Air
Security Measures Defense Measures Coordinate Reconstitution Conduct
63-2-R306.08-705L 44-3-C220.08-705L for Redeployment Nontactical
63-1-8065.08-705L Road March
Employ Operations Take Active 63-2-8008.08-705L
Security Measures Air Defense Measures Prepare Redeployment
63-2-1016.08-705L Against Hostile Aircraft Movement Plan/Order Supervise Operations
44-3-C221.08-705L 63-1-8066.08-705L Security Program
Prepare for 63-1-1038.08-705L
Hospitalization Support Reorganize Provide
and Services Operations Hospital Defense Redeployment Support Employ Operations
08-1-0225.08-705L 63-2-1026.08-705L 63-1-8067.08-705L Security Measures
63-2-1016.08-705L
Coordinate Supervise Perform Redeployment
Hospitalization Support Operations Security Advance Party Activities Maintain Communications
and Services Operations Program 63-1-8068.08-705L 63-1-1040.08-705L
08-1-0226.08-705L 63-1-1038.08-705L
Perform Theater Rear Conduct
Supervise Nuclear, Employ Operations Detachment Activities Battlefield Stress Reduction
Biological, and Security Measures 63-1-8069.08-705L and Prevention Procedures
Chemical Defense 63-2-1016.08-705L 08-2-R303.08-705L
Operations . Coordinate Home Station
03-1-C404.08-705L Maintain Activities Perform
Communications 63-1-8070.08-705L Risk Management
Maintain Communications 63-1-1040.08-705L Procedures
63-1-1040.08-705L Supervise Operations 63-2-R326.08-705L
Conduct Security Program
Supervise Patient Care Battlefield Stress 63-1-1038.08-705L Provide
Operations Reduction and Prevention Command and Control
08-1-0229.08-705L Procedures Employ Operations 63-1-1045.08-705L
08-2-R303.08-705L Security Measures
Provide Patient 63-2-1016.08-705L Perform Redeployment
Administration Services Perform Risk Personnel and
08-1-0230.08-705L Management Procedures Administrative Actions
63-2-R326.08-705L 63-2-8014.08-705L
Figure 3-5. Sample Combat Support Hospital Mission O utl ine (cont).

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-
FTX 08-1-E0001 PROVIDE HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES
STX 08-1-E0007 STX 08-1-E0008 STX 08-1-E0009 STX 08-1-E0010
PERFORM DEFEND SUPERVISE REDEPLOY
HOSPITALIZATION ..HOSPITAL REDEPLOYMENT OF HOSPITAL TO
SUPPORT AND AREA SUBORDINATE ELEMENTS HOME STATION
SERVICES TO HOME STATION
OPERATIONS
Provide Emergency Provide Maintain Communications Perform Redeployment
Medical Services Command and Control 63-1-1040.08-705L Training Activities
08-1-0231.08-705L 63-1-1045.08-705L 63-2-8015.08-705L
Conduct
Treat Nuclear, Handle Enemy Battlefield Stress Perform Redeployment
Biologically, and Prisoners of War Reduction and Prevention Supply Activities
Chemically Contaminated 19-3-3106.08-705L Procedures 63-2-8016.08-705L
Casualties 08-2-R303.08-705L
08-2-0232.08-705L Process Captured Perform Redeployment
Documents and Equipment Perform Maintenance Activities (Unit
Provide Movement 19-3-3105.08-705L Risk Management with Maintenance Element)
of Patients.08- Procedures 63-2-8017.08-705L
1-0233.08-705L Treat Hospital Casualties - 63-2-R326.08-705L
08-2-0314.08-705L Prepare Vehicles and
Perform Staff Provide Equipment for
Administrative Perform Mortuary Command and Control Redeployment
Functions Affairs Operations 63-1-1045.08-705L 63-2-8018.08-705L
08-1-0234.08-705L 10-2-C318.08-705L
Perform Sea Port of
Provide Orthopedic Direct Area Damage Embarkation Activities
Cast/Traction Control Operations for Redeployment
Services 63-1-1053.08-705L 63-2-8019.08-705L
08-1-0235.08-705L
Perform Area Darriage Perform Aerial Port of
Provide Central Control Functions Embarkation Activities for
Materiel Services 63-2-1028.08-705L Redeployment
08-1-0236.08-705L 63-2-8020.08-705L
Provide Medical Perform Aerial Port of
Consultation and Debarkation Activities for
Treatment Services Redeployment
08-1-0237.08-705L 63-2-8021.08-705L
Provide Respiratory Perform Home
Therapy Functions Station Activities
08-1-0238.08-705L 63-2-8022.08-705L

Provide Nursing Services
08-1-0239.08-705L
Provide
Pharmacy Services
08-1-0240.08-705L

Figure 3-5. Sample Combat Support Hospital Mission Outline (cont).
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ARTEP 8-705-MTP
FTX 08-1-E0001 PROVIDE HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES
STX 08-1-E0007 STX 08-1-E0008 STX 08-1-E0009 STX 08-1-E0010
PERFORM DEFEND SUPERVISE REDEPLOY
HOSPITALIZATION HOSPITAL REDEPLOYMENT OF HOSPITAL TO
SUPPORT AND AREA SUBORDINATE ELEMENTS HOME STATION
SERVICES TO HOME STATION
OPERATIONS
Provide Physical Perform Sea Port of
Therapy Services Debarkation Activities
08-1-0241.08-705L for Redeployment
63-2-8023.08-705L
Provide Occupational
Therapy Services Perform Demobilization
08-1-0534.08-705L Station Activities
63-2-8024.08-705L
Perform
Surgical Services
08-1-0242.08-705L
Provide Head and Neck,
Surgery Services
08-5-0003.08-705L
Provide
Neurosurgery Services
08-5-0002.08-705L
Provide Eye
Surgery Services
08-5-0001.08-705L
Provide
Pathology Services
08-5-0005.08-705L
Provide Renal
Hemodialysis Services
08-5-0006.08-705L
Provide Infectious
Disease Services
08-5-0004.08-705L
Provide
Dental Services
08-2-0317.08-705L
Provide
Laboratory Services
08-1-0244.08-705L

Figure 3-5. Sample Combat Support Hospital Mission Outline (cont).
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FTX 08-1-E0001 PROVIDE HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES
STX 08-1-E0007 STX 08-1-E0008 STX 08-1-E0009 STX 08-1-E0010
PERFORM DEFEND SUPERVISE REDEPLOY
HOSPITALIZATION HOSPITAL REDEPLOYMENT OF HOSPITAL TO
SUPPORT AND AREA , SUBORDINATE ELEMENTS HOME STATION
SERVICES TO HOME STATION
OPERATIONS
Provide Blood
Banking Services
08-1-0245.08-705L
Provide
Neuropsychiatric
Services
08-1-0246.08-705L
Provide
Radiology Services
08-1-0247.08-705L
Provide Nutrition
Care Services
08-1-0250.08-705L
Provide Comprehensive
Religious Support to
Patients and
Unit Members
08-1-0248.08-705L
Provide Unit
Supply Support
10-2-C320.08-705L
Provide Medical
Supply Support
08-1-0249.08-705L
Provide Laundry and
Bath Services
08-1-0260.08-705L
Provide Personnel
Service Support
63-1-1042.08-705L
Provide Administrative
Service Support
63-1-1043.08-705L

Figure 3-5. Sample Combat Support Hospital Mission Outline (cont).
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FTX 08-1-E0001 PROVIDE HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES
STX 08-1-E0007 STX 08-1-E0008 STX 08-1-E0010STX 08-1-E0009
PERFORM DEFEND SUPERVISE REDEPLOY
HOSPITALIZATION HOSPITAL REDEPLOYMENT OF HOSPITAL TO
SUPPORT AND AREA SUBORDINATE ELEMENT HOME STATION
• SERVICES TO HOME STATION
OPERATIONS
Perform Unit-Level
Maintenance (Unit
With Maintenance
Element)
44-2-R322.08-705L

Receive External Sling Load Resupply 10-2-C325.08-705L
Perform Field Sanitation Functions 08-2-R315.08-705L
• Conduct Battlefield Stress Reduction and Prevention Procedures 08-2-R303.08-705L
Perform Risk Management
Procedures 63-2-R326.08-705L
Provide
Command and Control
63-1-1045.08-705L
Use Passive Air
Defense Measures
44-3-C220.08-705L
Take Active
Air Defense Measures
Against Hostile Aircraft
44-3-C221.08-705L
Prepare for
a Chemical Attack
03-3-C202.08-705L
Respond to a
Chemical Attack
03-3-C203.08-705L
Figure 3-5. Sample Combat Support Hospital ss on Outline (cont).
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FTX 08-1-E0001 PROVIDE HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES
STX 08-1-E0007 STX 08-1-E0008 STX 08-1-E0009 STX 08-1-E0010
PERFORM DEFEND SUPERVISE REDEPLOY
HOSPITALIZATION HOSPITAL REDEPLOYMENT OF HOSPITAL TO
SUPPORT AND AREA SUBORDINATE ELEMENTS HOME STATION
SERVICES TO HOME STATION
OPERATIONS
Conduct Operational
Decontamination
03-3-C224.08-705L
Conduct Thorough
Decontamination
03-2-C312.08-705L
Prepare for a
Friendly Nuclear Strike .
03-3-C205.08-705L
Respond to the
Initial Effects of
a Nuclear Attack
03-3-C223.08-705L
Respond to the
Residual Effects of
a Nuclear Attack
03-3-C222.08-705L
Perform
Radiological
Decontamination
63-2-R207.08-705L
Handle Enemy
Prisoners of War
19-3-3106.08-705L
Process Captured
Documents and
Equipment
19-3-3105.08-705L
Treat Hospital Casualties
08-2-0314.08-705L
Perform Mortuary
Affairs Operations
10-2-C318.08-705L

Figure 3-5. Sample Combat Support Hospital Mission Outline (cont).
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CHAPTER 4
TRAINING EXERCISES
4-1. General. Training exercises are used to train and practice the performance of collective tasks. This MTP has two types of exercises: FTX and STXs. These exercises provide the hospital commander a basic plan for developing, sustaining, and evaluating the hospital's mission proficiency. This MTP has one
FTX and nine STXs, Table 4-1.
.
PAGEEXERCISE NUMBER TITLE.
FTX 08-1-E0001 Provide Hospitalization Support and Services.4-2 .
STX 08-1-E0002 Supervise Deployment of Subordinate Elements 4-16 to a New Theater of Operations .
STX 08-1-E0003 Deploy Hospital to a New Theater of Operations 4-21
STX 08-1-E0004 Plan Hospitalization Support and. 4-29
Services Operations
STX 08-1-E0005 Relocate Hospital to a New Operating Site . 4-34
STX 08-1-E0006 Establish Hospital Area of Operations . 4-39
STX 08-1-E0007 Perform Hospitalization Support and. 4-44
Services Operations
STX 08-1-E0008 Defend Hospital Area. 4-51
STX 08-1-E0009 Supervise Redeployment of Subordinate . 4-56

Elements to Home Station STX 08-1-E0010 Redeploy Hospital to Home Station. 4-60 Table 4-1. List of Exercises.
4-2. Field Training Exercise. The FTX is designed to provide a training method for the hospital to train the critical mission. It provides a logical sequence for the performance of tasks, previously trained in the STXs.
4-3. Situational Training Exercises. The STX is a short, scenario-driven, mission-oriented tactical exercise used to train a group of closely related collective tasks. The STX provides information for training supporting missions that make up the critical mission. The STX does the following functions:
a.
It provides repetitive training on the missions.

b.
It allows training to focus on identified weaknesses.

c.
It allows the hospital to practice the supporting missions before the critical missions.

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

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COMBAT SUPPORT HOSPITAL
FTX 08-1-E0001
PROVIDE HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES

1. Objective. This FTX provides the hospital with training in its critical mission, Provide Hospitalization
Support and Services. This FTX is used for internal and external evaluation. The tasks that are executed during this exercise are listed in Table 4-4.
2. Interface.
a.
This FTX supports medical brigade/medical group HQ FTX--Provide Combat Health Support to Supported Forces.

b.
The following hospital STXs support this FTX:

(1)
STX 08-1-E0002, Supervise Deployment of Subordinate Elements to a New Theater of Operations.

(2)
STX 08-1-E0003, Deploy Hospital to a New Theater of Operations.

(3)
STX 08-1-E0004, Plan Hospitalization Support and Services Operations.

(4)
STX 08-1-E0005, Relocate Hospital to a New Operating Site.

(5)
STX 08-1-E0006, Establish Hospital Area of Operations.

(6)
STX 08-1-E0007, Perform Hospitalization Support and Services Operations.

(7)
STX 08-1-E0008, Defend Hospital Area.

(8)
STX 08-1-E0009, Supervise Redeployment of Subordinate Elements to Home Station.

(9)
STX 08-1-E0010, Redeploy Hospital to Home Station.

3. Training Enhancers.
a Chapter 2, Training Matrix, shows the collective tasks that must be mastered to perform the
hospital's missions. Training that will improve the hospital's ability to perform its missions are:

(1) Directing and conducting strategic deployment; planning, controlling, coordinating, and providing
hospitalization support and services, planning and performing movement, and self-defense operations;
directing and conducting strategic redeployment. Training may be conducted in garrison or LTA by the

following methods:
(a)
Classroom instruction.

(b)
MAPEX combined with a sand table exercise.

(c)
CPX conducted in garrison.
-(d) CFX conducted in a field location.

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(e)
TEWT.

(f)
COMEX.

(g)
Simulations and games.

(2)
Establishing an aggressive spirit in leaders and units by the following activities:

(a)
Aggressive hospital sports and physical fitness program.

(b)
Leader and individual confidence courses.

(c)
Appropriate training films that have a positive, aggressive effect on the soldiers.

(d)
Awareness of hospital's heritage.

b.
This exercise begins with the receipt of a deployment alert warning order and ends upon the completion of redeployment activities. AARs are conducted as shown in Table 4-2. Figure 4-1 illustrates the general scenario of task performance in this exercise. Table 4-2 is a suggested scenario.

c.
This exercise may be conducted under several options. These options are not all-inclusive, and can be exercised in various combinations:

Conditional Operations.
(a)
Support contingency operations.

(b)
Support offensive operations.

(c)
Support defensive operations.

(d)
Support retrograde operations.

(e)
Stability operations and support operations.

(f)
NBC conditions.

(2)
FTX configuration options.

(a)
Conduct rear operations: Plan hospitalization support and services, relocate hospital to a new operating site, establish hospital area of operations, and defend hospital area.

(b)
Provide hospitalization support and services operations: Plan hospitalization support and services, relocate hospital to a new operating site, establish hospital area of operations, and perform hospitalization support and services operations.

(c)
Conduct deployment/redeployment operations: Supervise and deploy unit to a new theater of operations, plan hospitalization support and services, relocate hospital to a new operating site, establish hospital area of operations, and supervise and redeploy subordinate elements to home station.

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4. General Situation.
a.
The hospital is located at home station or mobilization site. The hospital is under the C2 of a medical brigade/medical group. The hospital commander is charged with supervising and performing the movement, set up and defense of the hospital, and providing hospitalization support and services. The hospital must relocate to effectively support the new operation.

b.
This exercise is conducted under all environmental conditions and both day and night operations. The hospital operates under threat of NBC attacks, attacks by ground or air, indirect fire, and EW.

c.
The hospital should be prepared to relocate as required to support the mission and/or when directed by higher HQ.

d.
The hospital should be prepared to move by echelons, while continuing to provide hospitalization Support and services.

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HOME STATION PERFORM PREDEPLOYMENT ACTIVITIES
SP CONDUCT NONTACTICAL ROAD MARCH
RP APOE/SPOE 0 PERFORM EMBARKATION ACTIVITIES
0 PERFORM DEBARKATION ACTIVITIES
STAGING AREA ACTIVITIES
SP CONDUCT TACTICAL
0
ROAD MARCH RP-TAA/OLD AREA OF OPERATIONS SP 0
n TACTICAL PLAN MOVE ROAD MARCH
n EMPLOY ACTIVE/PASSIVE \-1 AIR DEFENSE MEASURES
0
REACT TO
AMBUSHES n TACTICAL
(--) SUSTAIN -ROAD MARCH
\-1 CASUALTIES
0
0 CONDUCT HALTSCROSS
CONTAMINATED AREA
PERFORM 0 DECONTAMINATION n REACT TO AIR ACTIVITIES ATTACK
0 SUSTAIN CASUALTIES
CSH. RP PROVIDE CONDUCT NBC DEFENSE
O O SET UP AREA.
° HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES
O SET UP DEFENSE. OPERATIONS
PERFORM HOSPITALIZATION SP 0 RESPOND TO THREAT
AND OUTPATIENT SERVICES
OPERATIONS O SUSTAIN CASUALTIES
0 CONDUCT NONTACTICAL 0 PERFORM ADC ACTIVITIES
ROAD MARCH RP PERFORM

0 PRE-REDEPLOYMENT ACTIVITIES TAA/RAA
CONDUCT NONTACTICAL
S \ 0
ROAD MARCH
RP PERFORM EMBARKATIONAPOE/SPOE 0 ACTIVITIES
n PERFORM DEBARKATION AACTIVITIES
CZOD/SPOD..SP
CONDUCT NONTACTICAL0 ROAD MARCH (MAIN BODY) RP
CONDUCT NONTACTICAL ROAD MARCH 0 WHEN EQUIPMENT ARRIVES (EQUIPMENT RECEPTION TEAM)
HOME STATION
Figure 4-1. Example Graphic Scenario.
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SEQUENCE EVENT ESTIMATED TIME
1.Perform administrative preparations . Pre-FTX
2*.Direct deployment activities. 27 hrs
3.Perform predeployment activities. 8 hrs
4.Perform nontactical road march. 1 hr
5.Perform APOE/SPOE activities. 4 hrs
6.Perform APOD/SPOD activities. 4 hrs
7.Perform staging area activities. 2 hrs
8.Conduct tactical road march. 3 hrs
9.Perform TAA activities. 2 hrs

10.Conduct tactical road march. 3 hrs 11.Perform setup activities. 86 hrs 12.MR. 1 hr 13.Receive warning order. 15 min 14.Perform planning activities. 14 hrs.15 min 15.MR. 1 hr 16.Prepare hospital to move. 1 hr 17.Conduct tactical road march. 3 hrs 18*.Cross contaminated area. 45 min 19*.Perform decontamination activities. 45 min 20*.React to OPFOR actions. 45 min 21.Resume tactical road march. 1 hr 22.MR. 1 hr 23.Conduct advance/quartering party element activities .2 hrs 24*.Perform setup activities. 86 hrs 25.MR. 1 hr 26.Perform mission support activities. 24 hrs 27.MR. 1 hr 28.React to threat. 30 min 29.Reorganize defenses. 1 hr
.30.Perform ADC activities. 1 hr.30 min 31.MR. 1 hr 32.Receive warning order. 15 min 33.Conduct nontactical road march. 1 hr 34*.Direct redeployment activities. 15 hrs 35.Perform TAA/RAA activities. 2 hrs 36.Conduct nontactical road march. 1 hr 37.Perform APOE/SPOE activities. 4 hrs 38.Perform APOD activities. 2 hrs 39.Perform SPOD activities. 2 hrs 40.Conduct nontactical road march. 1 hr 41.Arrive home station. 1 hr 42.Final MR. 2 hrs
Total time.183 hrs.45 min
* These events occur simultaneously and are not added to total time
NOTE: Events will be trained to standard, not time limitation. The time required to train an event will vary based on METT-TC factors and the training proficiency of the CSH.
Table 4-2. Hospital FTX 08-1-E0001 Scenario.
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5. Special Situation.
a. The medical brigade/medical group commander has issued the following warning order:
"The hospital is deploying from CONUS to OCONUS to support operations. The hospital will move as part of the medical brigade/medical group move to the vicinity of grid coordinate .and will establish hospitalization services and support operations."
b. Hospital commander issues the following instructions to his key leaders:
"Begin your planning process fordeploying, moving, establishing the new area, conducting hospitalization support and services operations, defending hospital area, and redeploying. This exercise will begin with receipt of a deployment alert order and ends on notification from me."
6. Support Requirements.
a.
Minimum Trainers and OCs. This exercise, if internal, will be conducted by the hospital commander who will be the senior internal trainer and OC. If possible, there should be an OC with each staff section. At least one other OC is required with the OPFOR.

b.
OPFOR.

(1)
OPFOR are required for the exercise to simulate threat activities.

(2)
OPFOR should be well-trained in patrol, assault and guerilla tactics. The OPFOR should have specific missions in the hospital area and be controlled whenever used.

(3)
MILES can be used or the trainer and OC can assess damage to equipment and personnel casualties.

c.
Vehicles and Communications. Vehicles and communications equipment organic to the hospital are used. Each trainer and OC needs a vehicle and a radio. Radios are required for OPFOR vehicles during mounted operations.

d.
Operational Training Area. Depending upon LTA, a training area should have minimum dimension of 400 x 400 meters. A road network is required that allows a road march of at least 91 kilometers.

e.
MIL. (During this FTX, MIL is essential to drive the hospital's actions.

f.
Consolidated Support Requirements. Table 4-3 shows the suggested support requirements for this FTX.

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AMMUNITION
5.56mm (Blank) 5.56rnm (Blank) 7.62mm (Blank) Blank Adapters Blank Adapters MILES MILES Smoke Grenades Smoke Grenades Artillery Simulators CS Grenades
EQUIPMENT
Mission essential equipment training set All organic equipment to include TOE and CTA authorized Rail and aircraft load simulations
FUEL
Calculate fuel requirements using the Operational
Logistics Planner
OTHER
Ration Mix Approved for Exercise
Combat Trauma Patient Simulator
Manikin Resuscitation Torso
Aircraft for Simulated Air Attack
War Wound Moulage Set
QUANTITY
240 rounds/weapon 600 rounds/OPFOR weapon
6,000 rounds/OPFOR weapon 1 each per weapon 1 each per OPFOR weapon 1 set per soldier 1 set per OPFOR soldier
24 each per unit
12 each per OPFOR
12 each per OPFOR
18 each per OPFOR

as required
as required
as required
1 per unit
1 per unit

NOTE: The consolidated support requirements outlined for this FTX are intended as suggestions. Local policies or constraints may not allow for providing the items.
Table 4-3. Consolidated Support Requirements for FTX 08-1-E0001.
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7. T&EO Sequence. Table 4-4 lists the T&EOs for this FTX.
TASK
Plan Hospital Deployment in a Peacetime Environment Plan Unit Deployment Upon Receipt of a Warning Order Direct Deployment Alert Activities Establish the Emergency Operations Center Operate the Emergency Operations Center Supervise Hospital Deployment/Redeployment Activities Update Movement Plan/Order Coordinate Soldier Readiness Processing Support Provide Deployment Personnel and Administrative Services Support Coordinate Family Assistance Support Coordinate Deployment Training Support Perform Deployment Intelligence Support Functions Provide Deployment Logistics Support Perform Deployment Advance Party Activities Coordinate Onward Movement Direct Integration Activities Coordinate Rear Detachment Support Perform Home Station Rear Detachment Activities Perform Deployment Alert Activities Perform Personnel and Administrative Predeployment Activities Perform Predeployment Training Activities Perform Predeployment Supply Activities Perform Predeployment Maintenance Activities (Unit with Maintenance Element) Prepare Vehicles and Equipment for Deployment
TASK NUMBER PAGE
63-1-8072.08-705L 5-436 63-1-8073.08-705L 5-440 63-1-8050.08-705L 5-6 63-1-8051.08-705L 5-8 63-1-8052.08-705L 5-10 63-1-8053.08-705L 5-12 63-1-8054.08-705L 5-15 63-1-8055.08-705L 5-17 63-1-8056.08-705L 5-19 63-1-8057.08-705L 5-22 63-1-8058.08-705L 5-24 63-1-8059.08-705L 5-26 63-1-8060.08-705L 5-29 63-1-8061.08-705L 5-33 63-1-8062.08-705L 5-35 63-1-8071.08-705L 5-37 63-1-8063.08-705L 5-39 63-1-8064.08-705L 5-41 63-2-8001.08-705L 5-57
63-2-8002.08-705L 5-60
63-2-8003.08-705L 5-63
63-2-8004.08-705L 5-65
63-2-8005.08-705L 5-68
63-2-8006.08-705L 5-72
Table 4-4. T&EOs From Chapter 5 to Use in Evaluating FTX 08-1-E0001.
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TASK
Prepare Hospital 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 Sea Port of Debarkation Activities for Deployment
Prepare Equipment Reception Team for Tactical
Road March (Deployment)

Conduct Staging Activities
Conduct Integration Activities
Conduct Mission Analysis

Conduct Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield
Formulate Feasible Courses of Action
Develop Intelligence Estimate
Develop Personnel Estimate

Develop Logistics Estimate
Develop a Hospitalization Support and Services Estimate
Develop Supporting Commander's (Operation) Estimate
Prepare Operations Plan/Operations Order and Annexes
Develop Road Movement Order
Develop Occupation Plan
Plan Hospital Area Tactical Operations
Plan Hospital Defense
Plan Area Damage Control Operations
Prepare Hospital to Move
Conduct Tactical Road March

TASK NUMBER PAGE
63-2-8007.08-705L 5-77 63-2-8008.08-705L 5-81 63-2-8009.08-705L 5-84 63-2-8010.08-705L 5-88 63-2-8011.08-705L 5-91 63-2-8012.08-705L 5-94 63-2-8013.08-705L 5-97
63-2-8026.08-705L 5-100 63-2-8025.08-705L 5-103 63-1-1001.08-705L 5-444 63-1-1002.08-705L 5-447 63-1-1003.08-705L 5-450 63-1-1004.08-705L 5-452 63-1-1005.08-705L 5-455 63-1-1006.08-705L 5-458 63-1-1007.08-705L 5-461 63-1-1008.08-705L 5-464 63-1-1009.08-705L 5-468 63-1-1010.08-705L 5-471 63-1-1011.08-705L 5-475 63-1-1012.08-705L 5-478 63-2-1010.08-705L 5-497 63-2-1014.08-705L 5-500 63-2-1002.08-705L 5-144 63-2-1003.08-705L 5-149
Table 4-4. T&EOs From Chapter 5 to Use in Evaluating FTX 08-1-E0001 (cont).
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TASK NUMBER PAGETASK
03-3-C226.08-705L 5-153
Cross a Chemically Contaminated Area 03-3-C208.08-705L 5-159
Cross a Radiologically Contaminated Area 63-2-1006.08-705L 5-166
Defend March Elements 63-1-1015.08-705L 5-172
Perform Advance/Quartering Party Activities
Establish Hospital Command Post (Forward) 63-1-1016.08-705L 5-176 63-1-1017.08-705L 5-481
Establish Communications Supervise Establishment of Subordinate Elements and 63-1-1019.08-705L 5-178 Hospital Headquarters Establish Tactical Operations Center, Administrative Areas, 63-1-1020.08-705L 5-180 and Operational Areas Operate the Tactical Operations Center 63-1-1022.08-705L 5-486 Occupy New Operating Site 63-2-1009.08-705L 5-190 Set Up Hospital Defense 63-2-1011.08-705L 5-193 Establish Hospital Headquarters Area 08-1-0218.08-705L 5-197
Establish Company Headquarters Area 63-2-0008.08-705L 5-199
Establish Hospital Operational Areas 08-2-0220.08-705L 5-202
Supervise Operations Security Program 63-1-1038.08-705L 5-183
Employ Physical Security Measures 63-2-R306.08-705L 5-210
Set Up Laundry Service and Bath Area 08-1-0259.08-705L 5-214 Prepare for Operations Under Nuclear, Biological, and 03-3-C201.08-705L 5-216 Chemical Conditions Employ Operations Security Measures 63-2-1016.08-705L 5-227 Prepare for Hospitalization Support and Services Operations 08-1-0225.08-705L 5-264 Coordinate Hospitalization Support and Services Operations 08-1-0226.08-705L 5-267 Supervise Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Defense Operations 03-1-C404.08-705L 5-185 Maintain Communications 63-1-1040.08-705L 5-505 Table 4-4. T&EOs From Chapter 5 to Use in Evaluating FTX 08-1-E0001 (cont).
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TASK NUMBER.PAGE
TASK
Supervise Patient Care Operations 08-1-0229.08-705L 5-510
Provide Patient Administration Services 08-1-0230.08-705L 5-339 Provide Emergency Medical Services 08-1-0231.08-705L 5-344 Treat Nuclear, Biologically, and Chemically Contaminated 08-2-0232.08-705L 5-349 Casualties Provide Movement of Patients 08-1-0233.08-705L 5-354 Perform Staff Administrative Functions 08-1-0234.08-705L 5-356 Provide Orthopedic Cast/Traction Services 08-1-0235.08-705L 5-359
Provide Central Materiel Services 08-1-0236.08-705L 5-361
Provide Medical Consultation and Treatment Services 08-1-0237.08-705L 5-363
Provide Respiratory Therapy Functions 08-1-0238.08-705L 5-365
Provide Nursing Services 08-1-0239.08-705L 5-367
Provide Pharmacy Services 08-1-0240.08,705L 5-370
Provide Physical Therapy Services 08-1-0241.08-705L 5-374
Provide Occupational Therapy Services 08-1-0534.08-705L 5-377
Perform Surgical Services 08-1-0242.08-705L 5-379
Provide Head and Neck Surgery Services 08-5-0003.08-705L 5-384
Provide Neurosurgery Services 08-5-0002.08-705L 5-388
Provide Eye Surgery Services 08-5-0001.08-705L 5-392
Provide Pathology Services 08-5-0005.08-705L 5-395
Provide Renal Hemodialysis Services 08-5-0006.08-705L 5-398
Provide Infectious Disease Services 08-5-0004.08-705L 5-401
Provide Dental Services 08-2-0317.08-705L 5-405
Provide Laboratory Services 08-1-0244.08-705L 5-409
Provide Blood Banking Services 08-1-0245.08-705L 5-414

Provide Neuropsychiatric Services 08-1-0246.08-705L 5-417
Table 4-4. T&EOs From Chapter 5 to Use in Evaluating FTX 08-1-E0001 (cont).
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TASK NUMBER PAGETASK
Provide Radiology Services 08-1-0247.08-705L 5-421
5-425Provide Nutrition Care Services 08-1-0250.08-705L
Provide Comprehensive Religious Support to Patients and 08-1-0248.08-705L 5-432 Unit Members
Provide Unit Supply Support 10-2-C320.08-705L 5-277 Provide Medical Supply Support 08-1-0249.08-705L 5-282 Provide Laundry and Bath Services 08-1-0260.08-705L 5-287 Provide Personnel Service Support 63-1-1042.08-705L 5-269 Provide Administrative Service Support 63-1-1043.08-705L 5-272 Perform Unit-Level Maintenance (Unit with Maintenance Element) 43-2-R322.08-705L 5-289 Receive External Sling Load Resupply 10-2-C325.08-705L 5-310 Perform Field Sanitation Functions 08-2-R315.08-705L 5-313 Conduct Battlefield Stress Reduction and Prevention Procedures 08-2-R303.08-705L 5-316 Perform Risk Management Procedures 63-2-R326.08-705L 5-319 Provide Command and Control 63-1-1045.08-705L 5-489 Direct Response to Threat Actions 63-1-1052.08-705L 5-492 Use Passive Air Defense Measures 44-3-C220.08-705L 5-220 Take Active Air Defense Measures Against Hostile Aircraft 44-3-C221.08-705L 5-223 Prepare for a Chemical Attack 03-3-C202.08-705L 5-231 Respond to a Chemical Attack 03-3-C203.08-705L 5-234 Conduct Operational Decontamination 03-3-C224.08-705L 5-239 Conduct Thorough Decontamination 03-2-C312.08-705L 5-241 Prepare for a Friendly Nuclear Strike 03-3-C205.08-705L 5-243 Respond to the Initial Effects of a Nuclear Attack 03-2-C223.08-705L 5-246 Respond to the Residual Effects of a Nuclear Attack 03-3-C222.08-705L 5-250
Table 4-4. T&EOs FrOm Chapter 5 to Use in Evaluating FTX 08-1-E0001 (cont)
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TASK
Perform Radiological Decontamination
Handle Enemy Prisoners of War
Process Captured Documents and Equipment
Treat Hospital Casualties

Perform Mortuary Affairs Operations Defend Hospital Area Reorganize Hospital Defense Direct Area Damage Control Operations
Perform Area Damage Control Functions
Plan Hospital Redeployment
Coordinate Reconstitution for Redeployment
Prepare Redeployment Movement Plan/Order Provide Redeployment Support Perform Redeployment Advance Party Activities
Perform Theater Rear Detachment Activities Coorqinate Home Station Activities Perform Redeployment Personnel and Administrative Actions Perform Redeployment Training Activities Perform Redeployment Supply Activities
Perform Redeployment Maintenance Activities (Unit with
Maintenance Element)

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
TASK NUMBER
63-2-R207.08-705L 19-3-3106.08-705L 19-3-3105.08-705L 08-2-0314.08-705L 10-2-C318.08-705L 63-2-1024.08-705L 63-2-1026.08-705L 63-1-1053.08-705L 63-2-1028.08-705L 63-1-8074.08-705L 63-1-8065.08-705L 63-1-8066.08-705L 63-1-8067.08-705L 63-1-8068.08-705L 63-1-8069.08-705L 63-1-8070.08-705L 63-2-8014.08-705L 63-2-8015.08-705L 63-2-8016.08-705L 63-2-8017.08-705L
63-2-8018.08-705L 63-2-8019.08-705L 63-2-8020.08-705L 63-2-8021.08-705L
PAGE
5-254 5-322 5-325 5-327 5-333 5-257 5-261 5-495 5-336 5-502
5-43 5-45 5-47 5-50 5-52 5-54 5-105 5-108 5-110 5-113
5-117 5-123 5-128 5-132
Table 4-4. T&EOs From Chapter 5 to Use in Evaluating FTX 08-1-E0001 (cont).
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TASK TASK NUMBER PAGE
Perform Home Station Activities 63-2-8022.08-705L 5-135 Perform Sea Port of Debarkation Activities for Redeployment 63-2-8023.08-705L 5-138 Perform Demobilization Station Activities 63-2-8024.08-705L 5-141 Table 4-4. T&EOs From Chapter 5 to Use in Evaluating FTX 08-1-E0001 (cont).
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COMBAT SUPPORT HOSPITAL
STX 08-1-E0002
SUPERVISE DEPLOYMENT OF SUBORDINATE

ELEMENTS TO A NEW THEATER OF OPERATIONS

1.
Objective. This STX trains the hospital's command and staff elements in directing the deployment of the hospital to a new TO. This STX also provides the hospital commander and key leaders with practice in directing, controlling, coordinating hospital deployment activities. The hospital must become proficient in performing the tasks in Table 4-7.

2.
Interface.

a.
This STX supports the hospital's FTX 08-1-E0001--Provide Hospitalization Support and Services.

b.
This STX supports the medical brigade/medical group HQ STX--Supervise Deployment of Subordinate Elements to a New Theater of Operations.

3. Training.
a. Leader Training.
(1)
This STX can be used to plan and implement deployment (land, sea, or air) of the hospital as part of a CPX or FTX.

(2)
During classroom activities, the use of hospital and medical brigade/medical group TSOPs, and the responsibilities and procedures outlined in the hospital's doctrinal publications should be reviewed. Also, the T&EOs listed in this STX should be reviewed.

(3)
Leaders should use a map of the area, where the STX is to be conducted and a sand table model to match the actual training, if possible.

(4)
CFX and TEWT provide ground training for leaders when the exact area of the STX is used.

(5)
Simulations and games teach leaders as part of a continuing officer and NCO development program.

(6)
Tips for Leader Training.

(a)
Leaders should familiarize themselves with the procedures for planning and executing deployment operations.

(b)
Leaders should familiarize themselves with the rights and responsibilities of medical personnel as specified in the Geneva Conventions .

(c)
Leaders should review the hospital and medical brigade/medical group deployment SOPs.

(d)
Leaders should conduct a personal reconnaissance of the training area where deployment activities will take place, if possible.

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b. Tips for Training.
(1)
After the hospital has demonstrated proficiency in the tasks listed in Table 4-7, this STX can be trained under several options:

(a)
Inclement weather.

(b)
Various hospital category levels.

(c)
Different modes of transportation.

(d)
With or without OPFOR interdiction.

(e)
With or without NBC conditions.

(f)
Day or night.

(g)
Movement over single or multiple routes.

(2)
The hospital must become proficient in the basics of directing, planning, and executing deployment before attempting complex actions.

(3)
After proficiency in this STX is reached, the hospital sustains proficiency by executing this STX as part of an FTX.

4. Training Enhancers.
a.
The hospital commander, in coordination with the medical brigade/medical group HQ, secures deployment SOPs, and reviews deployment outload team rosters.

b.
The operations section plans the deployment and prepares the deployment plan/order with input from other staff elements and coordinates the plan/order with the medical brigade/medical group HQ.

c.
UMO updates hospital deployment plans in coordination with the medical brigade/medical group and hospital staff.

d.
The medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3 provides the hospital with the deployment sequence.

e.
Unless otherwise approved by the chief OC, all reports and recommendations should be provided in hard copy to the senior trainer for evaluation.

f.
This exercise begins with the receipt of a deployment warning order and ends when the hospital is established. AARs are conducted as shown in Table 4-5. Table 4-5 is a suggested scenario.

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SEQUENCE EVENT ESTIMATED TIME
1* Receive warning order 10 min 2* Verify notification 10 min 3* Execute alert notification procedures 40 min 4* Perform EOC activities 29 hrs 40 min 5 Supervise deployment activities 94 hrs 6* Brief key personnel 30 min 7* Update movement plan 1 hr 40 min 8* MR 1 hr 9* Coordinate support activities 22 hrs 30 min
10* Perform deployment intelligence support 2 hrs
11* Provide deployment personnel and administrative

support a Avities 2 hrs 12* Provide logistics support activities 2 hrs 13* Perform deployment advance party activities 32 hrs 14 Perform home station rear detachment activities 4 hrs 15 min 15 Final MR 1 hr
Total time 99 hrs 15 min
* These events occur simultaneously and are not added to total time.
NOTE: Events will be trained to standard, not time limitation. The time required to train an event will vary based on METT-TC factors and the training proficiency of the CSH.
Table 4-5. Hospital STX 08-1-E0002 Scenario.
5. General Situation.
a.
The hospital is to be employed at its home station or mobilization site. The hospital is under the C2 of the medical brigade/medical group HQ.

b.
Hospital element leaders provide personnel and equipment status reports.

c.
The supporting installation provides required deployment support.

d.
The OCONUS location is identified.

e.
Pertinent maps and engineer overlays are available.

f.
Route reconnaissance is performed by the detachment/company HQ.

g.
The OPFOR are capable of launching air attacks, employing NBC agents, and engaging in EW.

h.
Major deviations from the displacement plan occur.

i.
This exercise is conducted in all environmental conditions.

6. Special Situation. The hospital commander issues the following warning order:
"The hospital is deploying from CONUS to OCONUS as a 296 bed hospital, to support operations. The hospital will move as part of the medical brigade/medical group HQ move to the vicinity of grid coordinate .and will establish hospitalization support and support operations. Begin your planning process for deploying, moving, establishing the new area, conducting hospitalization support and services operations, defending hospital area, and redeploying. An MR will be conducted after the conclusion of this STX."
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7. Support Requirements.
a.
Minimum Trainers and OCs. This exercise should be conducted with the hospital commander as the trainer and primary OC. A minimum of five OCs is required.

b.
OPFOR.

(1)
OPFOR may or may not be required when conducting a tactical road march and defending march elements as part of this STX.

(2)
OPFOR should have specific missions and be controlled whenever used.

(3)
MILES can be used or the OC can assess damage to equipment and personnel casualties.

c.
Vehicles and Communications. Vehicles and communications equipment organic to the hospital are used. When OPFOR is employed, a vehicle and radio for the OC are needed.

d.
Operational Training Area. Depending upon LTA, it is desirable to have an adequate training area for setting up operations, which is 400 by 400 meters. A road network is required that allows a road march of at least 91 kilometers.

e.
MIL. During this STX, MIL is essential to drive the hospital's actions.

f.
Consolidated Support Requirements. Table 4-6 shows the suggested support requirements for

this STX.
AMMUNITION QUANTITY
5.56mm (Blank) 40 rounds/weapon
5.56mm (Blank) 100 rounds/OPFOR weapon
7.62mm (Blank) • 1,000 rounds/OPFOR weapon
Blank Adapters 1 each per weapon
Blank Adapters 1 each per OPFOR weapon
MILES 1 set per soldier
MILES 1 set per OPFOR soldier
Smoke Grenades 4 each per unit
Smoke Grenades 2 each per OPFOR
Artillery Simulators 2 each per OPFOR
CS GI enades 3 each per OPFOR
EQUIPMENT
Mission essential equipment training set
All organic equipment to include TOE and CTA authorized
Rail and aircraft load simulations
FUEL
Calculate fuel requirements using the Operational
Logistics Planner
OTHER
Ration Mix Approved for Exercise as required
Combat Trauma Patient Simulator as required
Manikin Resuscitation Torso as required
Aircraft for Simulated Air Attack 1 per unit
War Wound Moulage Set 1 per unit

NOTE: The consolidated support requirements outlined for this STX are intended as suggestions. Local policies or constraints may not allow for providing the items.
Table 4-6. Consolidated Support Requirements for STX 08-1-E0002.
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8. T&EO Sequence. Table 4-7 lists the T&EOs for this STX.
TASK
Direct Deployment Alert Activities
Establish the Emergency Operations Center
Operate the Emergency Operations Center
Supervise Hospital Deployment/Redeployment Activities
Update Movement Plan/Order
Coordinate Soldier Readiness Processing Support
Provide Deployment Personnel and Administrative Services
Support
Coordinate Family Assistance Support
Coordinate Deployment Training Support
Perform Deployment Intelligence Support Functions
Provide Deployment Logistics Support
Perform Deployment Advance Party Activities
Coordinate Onward Movement
Direct Integration Activities
Coordinate Rear Detachment Support
Perform Home Station Rear Detachment Activities
Supervise Operations Security Program
Employ Operations Security Measures
Maintain Communications
Conduct Battlefield Stress Reduction and Prevention Procedures
Perform Risk Management Procedures
Provide Command and Control
TASK NUMBER PAGE
63-1-8050.08-705L 5-6 63-1-8051.08-705L 5-8 63-1-8052.08-705L 5-10 63-1-8053.08-705L 5-12 63-1-8054.08-705L 5-15 63-1-8055.08-705L 5-17 63-1-8056.08-705L 5-19
63-1-8057.08-705L 5-22 63-1-8058.08-705L 5-24 63-1-8059.08-705L 5-26 63-1-8060.08-705L 5-29 63-1-8061.08-705L 5-33 63-1-8062.08-705L 5-35 63-1-8071.08-705L 5-37 63-1-8063.08-705L 5-39 63-1-8064.08-705L 5-41 63-1-1038.08-705L 5-183 63-2-1016.08-705L 5-227 63-1-1040.08-705L 5-505 08-2-R303.08-705L 5-316 63-2-R326.08-705L 5-319 63-1-1045.08-705L 5-489
Table 4-7. T&EOs From Chapter 5 to Use in Evaluating STX 08-1-E0002.
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COMBAT SUPPORT HOSPITAL
STX 08-1-E0003
DEPLOY HOSPITAL TO A NEW THEATER OF OPERATIONS

1.
Objective. This STX trains the hospital in deploying to a new TO. This STX also provides the hospital commander and key leaders with practice in controlling and coordinating hospital deployment activities. The hospital must become proficient in performing the tasks in Table 4-10.

2.
Interface.

a.
This STX supports the hospital's FTX 08-1-E0001--Provide Hospitalization Support and Services.

b.
This STX supports the medical brigade/medical group HQ STX--Supervise Deployment of Subordinate Elements to a New Theater of Operations.

3. Training.
a. Leader Training.
(1)
This STX can be used to plan and implement deployment (land, sea, or air) of the hospital as part of a CPX or FTX.

(2)
During classroom activities, the use of hospital and medical brigade/medical group TSOPs, and the responsibilities and procedures outlined in the hospital's doctrinal publications should be reviewed. Also, the T&EOs listed in this STX should be reviewed.

(3)
The leader should use a map of the area, where the STX is to be conducted and a sand table model to match the actual training, if possible.

(4)
CFX and TEWT provide ground training for leaders when the exact area of the STX is used.

(5)
Simulations and games teach leaders as part of a continuing officer and NCO development program.

(6)
Tips for Leader Training.

(a)
Leaders should familiarize themselves with the procedures for planning and executing deployment operations.

(b)
Leaders should familiarize themselves with the rights and responsibilities of medical personnel as specified in the provisions of the Geneva Conventions.

(c)
Leaders should review the hospital and medical brigade/medical group deployment SOPs.

(d)
Leaders should conduct a personal reconnaissance of the training area where deployment activities will take place, if possible.

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b. Tips for Training.
(1)
After the hospital has demonstrated proficiency in the tasks listed in Table 4-10, this STX can be trained under several options:

(a)
Inclement weather.

(b)
Various hospital category levels.

(c)
Different modes of transportation.

(d)
With or without OPFOR interdiction.

(e)
With or without NBC conditions.

(f)
Day or night.

(g)
Movement over single or multiple routes.

(2)
The hospital must become proficient in the basics of directing, planning, and executing
deployment before attempting complex actions.

(3)
After proficiency in this STX is reached, the hospital sustains proficiency by executing this
STX as part of an FTX.

4. Training Enhancers.
a.
The hospital commander, in coordination with the medical brigade/medical group HQ, secures
deployment SOPs, and reviews deployment outload team rosters.

b.
The operations section plans the deployment and prepares the deployment plan/order with input
from other staff elements and coordinates the plan/order with the medical brigade/medical group HQ.

c.
UMO updates hospital deployment plans in coordination with the medical brigade/medical group
and hospital staff.

d.
The medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3 provides the hospital with the deployment
sequence.

e.
Unless otherwise approved by the chief OC, all reports and recommendations should be provided in hard copy to the senior trainer for evaluation.

f.
This exercise begins with the receipt of a deployment warning order and ends when the hospital is established. AARs are conducted as shown in Table 4-8. Table 4-8 is a suggested scenario.

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ESTIMATED TIME
SEQUENCE EVENT
-10 min
1 Receive notification 10 min
2 Verify notification 40 min
3 Initiate recall plan 4* Perform administrative and personnel activities 2 hrs 20 min
•.5 Establish local security 30 min
6 Brief key personnel 7 Update movement, deployment and marshalling area plans 2 hrs 40 min 1 hr
8 MR 30 min
9 Assemble deployment teams 10 Identify deployment support element 20 min 11* Inspect vehicles and support team(s) equipment 1 hr 30 min 12* Conduct showdown inspections 1 hr 30 min 13* Undergo SRP processing 5 hrs 14* Prepare vehicles and equipment MR 4 hrs 15 min 15* Load vehicles and equipment 6 hrs 16 AAR
1 hr 17 Receive movement order 15 min 18 Conduct nontactical road march 1 hr
19 Arrive at APOE/SPOE 1 hr
20 Perform embarkation activities 4 hrs
21 MR

1 hr
22 Arrive at APOD/SPOD 1 hr
23 Perform debarkation activities 4 hrs
24 Perform staging area activities 2 hrs
25 MR

1 hr
26 Receive movement order 15 min 27 Conduct tactical road march (serial) 3 hrs 28 Defend march elements 45 min 29 MR
1 hr 30 Issue FRAGO 15 min 31 Perform TAA activities 2 hrs 32 Receive movement order 15 min
33 Perform planning activities 14 hrs 15 min 34 MR 1 hr 35 Conduct tactical road march (serial) 3 hrs
36 Defend march elements 45 Min 37 MR 1 hr
38 Perform advance/quartering party activities (serial) 2 hrs
39 Perform set up activities 86 hrs
40 Final MR 2 hrs

Total time 139 hrs 5 min
* These events occur simultaneously and are not added to total time.
NOTE: Events will be trained to standard, not time limitation. The time required to train an event will vary based on METT-TC factors and the training proficiency of the CSH.
Table 4-8. Hospital STX 08-1-E0003 Scenario.
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5. General Situation.
a.
The hospital is to be employed at its home station or mobilization site. The hospital is under the C2 of the medical brigade/medical group HQ.

b.
Element leaders provide personnel and equipment status reports.

c.
The supporting installation provides required deployment support.

d.
The OCONUS location is identified.

e.
This exercise is conducted in all environmental conditions.

6. FRAGO. The hospital commander issues the FRAGO in Figure 4-2.
Operational site is changed based on support requirements. New location is .(grid coordinates). Be prepared to move to new location within .hours (time limit)."
Figure 4-2. Sample Hospital FRAGO.
7. Support Requirements.
a.
Minimum Trainers and OCs. This exercise should be conducted with the hospital commander as the trainer and primary OC. A minimum of five OCs is required.

b.
OPFOR.

(1)
OPFOR may or may not be required when exercise is conducted as part of a CPX. OPFOR should be used if exercise is part of an FTX.

(2)
OPFOR should have specific missions and be controlled whenever used.

(3)
MILES can be used or the OC can assess damage to equipment and personnel casualties.

c.
Vehicles and Communications. Vehicles and communications equipment organic to the hospital
are used. When OPFOR is employed, a vehicle and radio for the OC are needed.

d.
Operational Training Area. Depending upon LTA, it is desirable to have an adequate training area
for setting up operations which is 400 by 400 meters. A road network is required that allows a road
march of at least 91 kilometers.

e.
MIL. During this STX, MIL is essential to drive the hospital's actions.

f.
Consolidated Support Requirements. Table 4-9 shows the suggested support requirements for
this STX.

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QUANTITYAMMUNITION
40 rounds/weapon5.56mm (Blank) 100 rounds/OPFOR weapon5.56mm (Blank) 1,000 rounds/OPFOR weapon7.62mm (Blank) 1 each per weaponBlank Adapters 1 each per OPFOR weaponBlank Adapters 1 set per soldierMILES 1 set per OPFOR soldierMILES 4 each per unitSmoke Grenades 2 each per OPFORSmoke Grenades 2 each per OPFORArtillery Simulators 3 each poi-OPFORCS Grenades
EQUIPMENT
Mission essential equipment training set
All organic equipment to include TOE and CTA authorized
Rail and aircraft load simulations
FUEL
Calculate fuel requirements using the Operational
Logistics Planner
OTHER
Ration Mix Approved for Exercise as required
Combat Trauma Patient Simulator as required
Manikin Resuscitation. Torso as required
Aircraft for Simulated Air Attack 1 per unit
War Wound Moulage Set 1 per unit
NOTE: The consolidated support requirements outlined for this STX are intended as suggestions. Local policies or constraints may not allow for providing the items.
Table 4-9. Consolidated Support Requirement STX 08-1-E0003.
8. T&EO Sequence. Table 4-10 lists the T&EOs for this STX.
TASK TASK NUMBER
Plan Hospital Deployment in a Peacetime Environment 63-1-8072.08-705L
Plan Hospital Deployment Upon Receipt of a Warning Order 63-1-8073.08-705L
Perform Deployment Alert Activities 63-2-8001.08-705L
Perform Personnel and Administrative Predeployment Activities 63-2-8002.08-705L
Perform Predeployment Training Activities 63-2-8003.08-705L
Table 4-10. T&EOs From Chapter 5 to Use in Evaluating STX 08-1-E0003.

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TASK NUMBER PAGE
TASK
63-2-8004.08-705L 5-65
Perform Predeployment Supply Activities 63-2-8005.08-705L 5-68
Perform Predeployment Maintenance Activities
(Unit with Maintenance Element)
Prepare Vehicles and Equipment for Deployment 63-2-8006.08-705L 5-72
.
63-2-8007.08-705L 5-77
Prepare Hospital for Nontactical Move 63-2-8008.08-705L 5-81
Conduct Nontactical Road March
Perform Sea Port of Embarkation Activities for Deployment 63-2-8009.08-705L 5-84
Perform Aerial Port of Embarkation Activities for Deployment 63-2-8010.08-705L 5-88
Perform Aerial Port of Debarkation Activities for Deployment 63-2-8011.08-705L 5-91
Perform Sea Port of Debarkation Activities for Deployment 63-2-8012.08-705L 5-94
Prepare Equipment Reception Team for Tactical Road 63-2-8013.08-705L 5-97
March (Deployment)
Conduct Staging Activities 63-2-8026.08-705L 5-100
Conduct Integration Activities 63-2-8025.08-705L 5-103
Conduct Mission Analysis 63-1-1001.08-705L 5-444
Conduct Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield 63-1-1002.08-705L 5-447
Formulate Feasible Courses of Action 63-1-1003.08-705L 5-450
Develop Intelligence Estimate 63-1-1004.08-705L 5-452
Develop Personnel Estimate 63-1-1005.08-705L 5-455
Develop Logistics Estimate 63-1-1006.08-705L 5-458
Develop a Hospitalization Support and Services Estimate 63-1-1007.08-705L 5-461
Develop Supporting Commander's (Operation) Estimate 63-1-1008.08-705L 5-464
Prepare Operations Plan/Operations Order and Annexes 63-1-1009.08-705L 5-468
Develop Road Movement Order 63-1-1010.08-705L 5-471
Develop Occupation Plan 63-1-1011.08-705L 5-475
Plan Hospital Area Tactical Operations 63-1-1012.08-705L 5-478

Table 4-10. T&EOs From Chapter 5 to Use in Evaluating STX 08-1-E0003 (cont).
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TASK NUMBER PAGETASK
63-2-1010.08-705L 5-497
Plan Hospital Defense 63-2-1014.08-705L 5-500
Plan Area Damage Control Operations 63-2-1002.08-705L 5-144
Prepare Hospital to Move 63-2-1003.08-705L 5-149
Conduct Tactical Road March Cross a Chemically Contaminated Area 03-3-C226.08-705L 5-153
Cross a Radiologically Contaminated Area 03-3-C208.08-705L 5-159
63-2-1006.08-705L 5-166Defend March Elements
Perform Advance/Quartering Party Activities 63-1-1015.08-705L 5-172
Establish Hospital Command Post (Forward) 63-1-1016.08-705L 5-176
Establish Communications 63-1-1017.08-705L 5-481 Supervise Establishment of Subordinate Elements and Hospital 63-1-1019.08-705L 5-178 Headquarters Establish Tactical Operations Center, Administrative Areas, and 63-1-1020.08-705L 5-180 Operational Areas Occupy New Operating Site 63-2-1009.08-705L 5-190 Set Up Hospital Defense 63-2-1011.08-705L 5-193 Establish Hospital Headquarters Area 08-1-0218.08-705L 5-197
Establish Company Headquarters Area 63-2-0008.08-705L 5-199
Establish Hospital Operational Areas 08-2-0220.08-705L 5-202
Supervise Operations Security Program 63-1-1038.08-705L 5-183
Employ Physical Security Measures 63-2-R306.08-705L 5-210 Set Up Laundry Service and Bath Area 08-1-0259.08-705L 5-214 Prepare for Operations Under Nuclear, Biological, and 03-3-C201.08-705L 5-216 Chemical Conditions Employ Operations Security Measures 63-2-1016.08-705L 5-227 Maintain Communications 63-1-1040.08-705L 5-505
Table 4-10. T&EOs From Chapter 5 to Use in Evaluating STX 08-1-E0003 (cont).
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TASK NUMBER PAGETASK
Conduct Battlefield Stress Reduction and Prevention Procedures 08-2-R303.08-705L 5-313 63-2-R326.08-705L 5-316
Perform Risk Management Procedures
Provide Command and Control

63-1-1045.08-705L 5-494
08-2-0314.08-705L 5-324
Treat Hospital Casualties 10-2-C318.08-705L 5-330
Perform Mortuary Affairs Operations
Table 4-10. T&EOs From Chapter 5 to Use in Evaluating STX 08-1-E0003 (cont).

COMBAT SUPPORT HOSPITAL
STX 08-1-E0004
PLAN HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES OPERATIONS

1.
Objective. This STX trains the hospital HQ staff and other key leaders to plan and coordinate the relocation and operations of the hospital. The staff must be able to successfully plan the hospital move, the occupation of a new site, hospitalization support and services operations, and hospital defense. The hospital must become proficient in performing the tasks in Table 4-13.

2.
Interface.

a.
This STX supports the hospital's FTX 08-1-E0001--Provide Hospitalization Support and Services.

b.
This STX supports the medical brigade/medical group HQ STX--Plan Operations.

3. Training.
a. Leader Training.
(1)
This STX can be used as a CPX to deVelop plans.

(2)
During classroom activities, the use of hospital and medical brigade/medical group TSOPs, and the responsibilities and procedures outlined in the hospital's doctrinal publications should be reviewed. Also, the T&EOs listed in this STX should be reviewed.

(3)
The leader should use a map of the area, where the STX is to be conducted and a sand table model to match the actual training, if possible.

(4)
CFX and TEWT provide ground training for leaders when the exact area of the STX is used.

(5)
Simulations and games teach leaders as part of a continuing officer and NCO development program. They are also used to exercise C2 at various command and staff levels.

(6)
Tips for Leader Training.

(a)
Leaders should familiarize themselves with the procedures for determining hospitalization support and services requirements and preparing estimates, plans, OPORDs, and annexes.

(b)
Leaders should familiarize themselves with the rights and responsibilities of medical personnel as specified in the provisions of the Geneva Conventions.

(c)
Leaders should review the hospital and higher echelon deployment SOPs.

(d)
Leaders should conduct a personal reconnaissance of the training area where activities will take place, if possible.

b.
Tips for Training.

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'(1) After the hospital has demonstrated proficiency in the tasks listed in Table 4-13, this STX can be trained under several options:
(a)
In support of offensive operations.

(b)
In support of defensive operations.

(c)
In support of retrograde operations.

(d)
With or without OPFOR threat.

(e)
With or without NBC conditions.

(f)
Reduced time to accomplish staff planning.

(g)
Field or MOUT location.

(h)
Day or night.

(i)
Rapid changes in commander's guidance.

(2)
The staff must become proficient in the basics of planning hospitalization support and services operations before attempting complex options.

(3)
After becoming proficient in this STX, the hospital staff sustains proficiency by executing it as part of an FTX.

4. Training Enhancers.
a.
The senior trainer completes mission analysis, issues planning guidance, restates the mission, and selects tactical support options based on the next higher HQ commander's guidance or on his own judgment.

b.
Staff estimates and recommendations are provided in hard copy to the senior trainer for
evaluation.

c.
The operations section should complete the OPLAN/OPORD and after it has been approved by the hospital commander, provide hard copy to the senior trainer for evaluation.

d.
All reports generated by requirements should be submitted in hard copy to the senior trainer for
evaluation.

e.
This exercise begins upon receipt of a warning order and ends when the plans are completed. AARs are conducted as shown in Table 4-11. Table 4-11 is a suggested scenario.

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SEQUENCE EVENT ESTIMATED TIME
1 Receive warning order 15 min
2 Conduct mission analysis 1 hr
3 Staff estimates 1 hr 30 min
4 MR 1 hr
5 Prepare OPLAN/OPORD and annexes 1 hr 30 min
6 Develop movement order 2 hrs
7 Plan hospital area tactical operations 6 hrs
8 Perform final MR 1 hr

Total time.14 hrs.15 min
NOTE: Events will be trained to standard, not time limitation. The time required to train an event will vary based on METT-TC factors and the training proficiency of the CSH.
Table 4-11. Hospital STX 08-1-E0004 Scenario.
5. General Situation.
a.
The hospital is deployed in a CZ or stability operations and support operations. The hospital's mission is to provide hospitalization support and services for the corps/EAC. The hospital commander has received a warning order from the medical brigade/medical group commander.

b.
The hospital commander's planning guidance and restated mission have been reviewed. After this review, the commander provides his planning guidance. The medical brigade/medical group commander's estimate has been reviewed and is used as a basis for the development of the hospitalization estimates.

c.
All pertinent maps and engineer overlays are available for planning the hospital move.

d.
The hospital's new mission may be performed in a field or MOUT environment.

e.
The defense of the hospital will be based on a base cluster concept.

f.
When conducted in the field, this STX is performed in all environmental conditions.

6. Special Situation.
a. The hospital commander is conducting a staff meeting where the following guidance is given:
"The medical brigade/medical group commander anticipates supporting a operation within
.hours. The operation is estimated to last approximately .hours and will commence in the vicinity of .(grid coordinates); the final objective is
b. The hospital commander issues the following instructions:
"Begin your planning process developing plans for this mission. Further information will be
disseminated as soon as it is received. You will conduct an OPLAN/OPORD briefing, after the approval
of annexes. If necessary, repeat any portion of the exercise until your performance is satisfactory."
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7. Support Requirements.
a.
Minimum Trainers and OCs. This exercise will be conducted by the hospital commander or chief, operations and administrative service, as the senior internal OC. Because of the detail required in evaluating staff estimates, a minimum of four other OCs is required for the total staff. The OCs monitor and evaluate the accuracy of the estimates, the soundness of recommendations, and the thoroughness of coordinations.

b.
OPFOR. Not required.

c.
Vehicles and Communications. Vehicles and communications equipment organic to the hospital are used.

d.
Operational Training Area. Not required.

e.
MIL. During this STX, MIL is essential to drive the hospital's actions.

f.
Consolidated Support Requirements. All equipment organic to the hospital staff to include TOE and CTA authorized.

AMMUNITION. QUANTITY
none
EQUIPMENT
Mission essential equipment training set
All organic equipment to include TOE and CTA authorized

FUEL
Calculate fuel requirements using the Operational
Logistics Planner

OTHER
Ration Mix Approved for Exercise as required
Safety Checklist as required

NOTE: The consolidated support requirements outlined above are intended as suggestions only. Local policies or constraints may not allow for the provisioning ofall items in this table. Table 4-12. Consolidated Support Requirements for STX 08-1-E0004.
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8. T&EO Sequence. Table 4-13 lists the T&EOs for this STX.
TASK
Plan Hospital Deployment in a Peacetime Environment Plan Hospital Deployment Upon Receipt of a Warning Order Conduct Mission Analysis Conduct Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield Formulate Feasible Courses of Action Develop Intelligence Estimate Develop Personnel Estimate Develop Logistics Estimate Develop a Hospitalization Support and Services Estimate Develop Supporting Commanders (Operation) Estimate Prepare Operations Plan/Operations Order and Annexes Develop Road Movement Order Develop Occupation Plan Plan Hospital Area Tactical Operations Plan Hospital Defense Plan Area Damage Control Operations Supervise Operations Security Program Employ Operations Security Measures Maintain Communications Conduct Battlefield Stress Reduction and Prevention Procedures Perform Risk Management Procedures Provide Command and Control Plan Hospital Redeployment
TASK NUMBER PAGE
63-1-8072.08-705L 5-436 63-1-8073.08-705L 5-440 63-1-1001.08-705L 5-444 63-1-1002.08-705L 5-447 63-1-1003.08-705L 5-450 63-1-1004.08-705L 5-452 63-1-1005.08-705L 5-455 63-1-1006.08-705L 5-458 63-1-1007.08-705L 5-461 63-1-1008.08-705L 5-464 63-1-1009.08-705L 5-468 63-1-1010.08-705L 5-471 63-1-1011.08-705L 5-475 63-1-1012.08-705L 5-478 63-2-1010.08-705L 5-497 63-2-1014.08-705L 5-500 63-1-1038.08-705L 5-183 63-2-1016.08-705L 5-227 63-1-1040.08-705L 5-505 08-2-R303.08-705L 5-316 63-2-R326.08-705L 5-319 63-1-1045.08-705L 5-489 63-1-8074.08-705L 5-502
Table 4-13. T&EOs From Chapter 5 to Use in Evaluating STX 08-1-E0004.
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COMBAT SUPPORT HOSPITAL STX 08-1-E0005 RELOCATE HOSPITAL TO A NEW OPERATING SITE
1.
Objective. This STX trains the hospital in relocating to a new operating site. This STX also provides the hospital commander and key leaders with practice in coordinating and controlling movement. The hospital must become proficient in performing tasks in Table 4-16.

2.
Interface.

a.
This STX supports the hospital's FTX 08-1-E0001--Provide Hospitalization Support and Services.

b.
This STX supports the medical brigade/medical group HQ STX--Direct Relocation of the Unit to a New Operating Site.

3. Training.
a. Leader Training.
(1)
This STX can be used to plan and implement movement of the hospital as part of a CPX or FTX.

(2)
During classroom activities, the use of medical brigade/medical group TSOPs and the responsibilities and procedures outlined in the hospital's doctrinal publications should be reviewed. Also, the T&EOs listed in this STX should be reviewed.

(3)
Leaders should use a map of the actual area where the STX is to be conducted and a sand table model to match the actual terrain, if possible.

(4)
CFX and TEWT provide ground training for leaders when the exact area of the STX is used.

(5)
Simulations and games teach leaders as part of a continuing officer and NCO development program.

(6)
Tips for Leader Training.

(a)
Leaders should familiarize themselves with the procedures for planning and executing movements.

(b)
Leaders should familiarize themselves with the rights and responsibilities of medical personnel as specified in the provision of the Geneva Conventions.

(c)
Leaders should review the hospital and higher HQ TSOPs.

(d)
Leaders should conduct a personal reconnaissance of the training area where movement will take place, if possible.

b.
Tips for Training.

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(1)
After the hospital has demonstrated proficiency in the tasks listed in Table 4-16, this STX can be trained under several options:

(a)
Elements moving over a single or multiple routes.

(b)
Single or multiple lift move.

(c)
With or without OPFOR interdiction.

(d)
With or without NBC conditions.

(e)
Day or night.

(f)
In a field or MOUT environment.

(g)
Support or non-support during move.

(2)
The hospital must become proficient in the basics of planning and executing movement before attempting complex options.

(3)
After proficiency in this STX is reached, the hospital sustains proficiency by executing this STX as part of an FTX.

4. Training Enhancers.
a.
The hospital commander in coordination, with the medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3, completes mission analysis, issues movement planning guidance, establishes movement priorities, selects tactical movement options, and composition of CP (forward), based on the medical brigade/medical group commander's guidance. The enemy situation will affect the security requirements.

b.
The operations section plans the move and prepares the movement order with input from other staff elements and coordinates the plan with the medical brigade/medical group commander.

c.
Unless otherwise approved by the chief OC, all reports and recommendations should be provided in hard copy to the senior trainer for evaluation.

d.
The hospital should be able to relocate at least every 25 days as a standard capability.

e.
This exercise begins with the receipt of a warning order and ends when the last element has crossed the RP. AARs are conducted as shown in Table 4-14. Table 4-14 is a suggested scenario.

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SEQUENCE EVENT. ESTIMATED TIME
1.Receive warning order. 15 min 2.Perform movement preparation activities. 14 hrs.15 min 3.AAR. 1 hr 4.Cross SP. 10 min 5.Conduct road march (serial). 6 hrs 6.Issue FRAGO. 15 min 7*.Cross NBC contaminated area. 45 min 8*.Perform decontamination activities. 45 min 9.AAR. 1 hr
10.Defend against air attacks. 15 min 11.Resume road march. 45 min 12*.Defend against OPFOR ambushes. 30 min 13.AAR. 1 hr 14.Resume road march. 45 min 15.Cross RP. 10 min 16.Final AAR. 1 hr
Total time.26 hrs.50 min
* These events occur simultaneously and are not added to total time.
NOTE: Events will be trained to standard, not time limitation. The time required to train an event will vary based on METT-TC factors and the training proficiency of the CSH
Table 4-14. Hospital STX 08-1-E0005 Scenario.
5. General Situation.
a. The hospital is deployed in a CZ or stability operations and support operations. The hospital is under the C2 of the medical brigade/medical group.
ID'. Element leaders provide personnel and equipment status reports.
c.
The medical brigade/medical group movement order or annex is available.

d.
Pertinent maps and overlays with checkpoints, RP, and critical points are available.

e.
There is a possibility of encountering contamination along the route of march.

f.
The OPFOR has the potential to conduct ground, air, and NBC warfare, to include EW.

g.
This exercise is conducted in all environmental conditions.

h.
Major deviations from the displacement plan occur.

6. FRAGO. The hospital commander issues the FRAGO in Figure 4-3.
"Contaminated area reported on current route of march--main route 2 at north end of town A. Reroute convoy at checkpoint 12 to main route 1. Report reaching checkpoint 17."
Figure 4-3. Sample Hospital FRAGO.
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7. Support Requirements.
a.
Minimum Trainers and OCs. This exercise should be conducted with the hospital commander as the trainer and primary OC. A minimum of five OCs is required.

b.
OPFOR.

(1)
OPFOR may or may not be required when the exercise is conducted as part of a CPX. OPFOR should be used if exercise is part of an FTX.

(2)
OPFOR should have specific missions and be controlled whenever used.

(3)
MILES can be used or the OC can assess damage to equipment and personnel casualties.

c.
Vehicles and Communications. Vehicles and communications equipment organic to the hospital are used. When OPFOR is employed, a vehicle and radio for the OC are needed.'

d.
Operational Training Area. Depending upon LTA, it is desirable to have an adequate training area for setting up operations which is 400 by 400 meters. A road network is required that allows a road march of at least 91 kilometers.

e.
MIL. During this STX, MIL is essential to drive the hospital's actions.

f.
Consolidated Support Requirements. Table 4-15 shows the suggested support requirements for this STX.

AMMUNITION QUANTITY
5.56mm (Blank) 40 rounds/weapon
5.56mm (Blank) 100 rounds/OPFOR weapon
7.62mm (Blank) 1,000 rounds/OPFOR weapon
Blank Adapters 1 each per weapon
Blank Adapters 1 each per OPFOR weapon
MILES 1 set per soldier
MILES 1 set per OPFOR soldier
Smoke Grenades 4 each per unit
Smoke Grenades 2 each per OPFOR
Artillery Simulators 2 each per OPFOR
CS Grenades 3 each per OPFOR
EQUIPMENT
Mission essential equipment training set
All organic equipment to include TOE and CTA authorized
Rail and aircraft load simulations
FUEL
Calculate fuel requirements using the Operational
Logistics Planner

Table 4-15. Consolidated Support Requirements for STX 08-1-E0005.
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OTHER
Ration Mix Approved for Exercise Combat Trauma Patient Simulator Manikin Resuscitation Torso Aircraft for Simulated Air Attack War Wound Moulage Set QUANTITY
as required as required as required 1 per unit 1 per unit
NOTE: The consolidated support requirements outlined for this STX are intended as suggestions. Local policies or constraints may not allow for providing the items.
Table 4-15. Consolidated Support Requirements for STX 08-1-E0005 (cont).
8. T&EO Sequence. Table 4-16 lists the T&EOs for this STX.
.
TASK
Develop Road Movement Order
Prepare Hospital to Move
Conduct Tactical Road March
Cross a Chemically Contaminated Area
Cross a Radiologically Contaminated Area
Defend March Elements
Supervise Operations Security Program
Employ Operations Security Measures
Maintain Communications
Conduct Battlefield Stress Reduction and Prevention Procedures
Perform Risk Management Procedures
Provide Command and Control
Handle Enemy Prisoners of War
Process Captured Documents and Equipment
Treat Hospital Casualties
Perform Mortuary Affairs Operations
TASK NUMBER.PAGE

63-1-1010.08-705L 5-471
63-2-1002.08-705L 5-144
63-2-1003.08-705L 5-149
03-3-C226.08-705L 5-153
03-3-C208.08-705L 5-159
63-2-1006.08-705L 5-166
63-1-1038.08-705L 5-183
63-2-1016.08-705L 5-227
63-1-1040.08-705L 5-505
08-2-R303.08-705L 5-316
63-2-R326.08-705L 5-319
63-1-1045.08-705L 5-489
19-3-3106.08-705L 5-322
19-3-3105.08-705L 5-325
08-2-0314.08-705L 5-327
10-2-C318.08-705L 5-333

Table 4-16. T&EOs From Chapter 5 to Use in Evaluating STX 08-1-E0005.
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COMBAT SUPPORT HOSPITAL
STX 08-1-E0006
ESTABLISH HOSPITAL AREA OF OPERATIONS

1.
Objective. This STX trains the hospital in setting up its AO. This STX provides the hospital commander and key leaders practice in planning, coordinating, and controlling the establishment of the operational area. The hospital must become proficient in performing tasks in Table 4-19.

2.
Interface.

a.
This STX supports the hospital's FTX 08-1-E0001--Provide Hospitalization Support and Services.

b.
This STX supports the medical brigade/medical group HQ STX--Supervise Establishment of the Area of Operations.

3. Training.
a. Leader Training.
(1)
This STX can be used to establish the hospital area as a part of a CPX or FTX.

(2)
During classroom activities, the use of medical brigade/medical group TSOPs and the responsibilities and procedures outlined in the hospital's doctrinal publications should be reviewed. Also, the T&EOs listed in this STX should be reviewed.

(3)
Leaders should use a map of the actual area where the STX is to be conducted, and a sand table model to match the actual terrain, if possible.

(4)
Tips for Leader Training.

(a)
Leaders should familiarize themselves with the procedures for setting up the hospital AO.

(b)
Leaders should familiarize themselves with the rights and responsibilities of medical personnel as specified in the provisions of the Geneva Conventions.

(c)
Leaders should review the hospital and medical brigade/medical group TSOPs..

(d)
Leaders should conduct a personal reconnaissance of the training area where setup will take place, if possible.

b.
Tips for Training.

(1)
After the hospital demonstrates proficiency in the tasks listed in Table 4-19, this STX can be trained under several options:

(a)
With or without OPFOR interdiction.

(b)
With or without NBC conditions.

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(c)
Field or MOUT environment.

(2)
The hospital must become proficient in the basics of setting up before attempting complex options.

(3)
After proficiency in this STX is reached, the hospital sustains proficiency by executing this STX as part of a FTX.

4. Training Enhancers.
a.
The hospital has conducted a tactical road march. The hospital must be prepared at any time to defend against air, ground, or terrorist attacks during daylight or darkness, and to respond appropriately to enemy, friendly, or NBC operations.

b.
The hospital establishes the new operating site IAW the layout plans. When the site is operational, the medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3 is notified that the hospital is prepared to perform its operational mission.

c.
Unless otherwise approved by the chief OC, all reports and recommendations should be provided in hard copy to the senior trainer for evaluation.

d.
This exercise begins when the advance/quartering party arrives at the new site and ends when the hospital area is established. An AAR is conducted as shown in Table 4-17. Table 4-17 is a suggested scenario.

SEQUENCE EVENT ESTIMATED TIME
1 2 Advance/quartering party element prepares new site Issue FRAGO 2 hrs 15 min
3* 4* 5 6* 7 Set up defensive positions Set up hospital command post (forward) Establish hospital operating areas Set up administrative and bivouac areas AAR 1 hr 1 hr 86 hrs 4 hrs 1 hr 30 min 30 min

Total time 89 hrs 15 min
* These events occur simultaneously and are not added to total time.
NOTE: Events will be trained to standard, not time limitation. The time required to train an event will vary based on METT-TC factors and the training proficiency of the CSH.
Table 4-17. Hospital STX 08-1-E0006 Scenario.
5. General Situation.
a. The advance/quartering party has performed preliminary security and organization of the new site. The hospital elements follow; they are ready to establish operations and defend at any time during the establishment.
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b.
A site reconnaissance has been performed.

c.
A tentative layout and defensive plan are available.

d.
Helicopter LZ has been designated.

e.
Sufficient unit and medical supplies and equipment are available.

f.
NBC detection equipment is available.

g.
The exercise is conducted in a field or MOUT environment.

h.
The OPFOR has the potential to conduct ground, air, and NBC warfare.

i.
This exercise is conducted in all environmental conditions.

6. FRAGO. The hospital commander issues the FRAGO in Figure 4-4.
"Boundaries have changed. Change set-up location of hospital to coordinates (grid coordinates). Coordinate revision of layout plans with me at new location. Prepare all elements for movement NLT hours (time limit).7
Figure 4-4. Sample Hospital FRAGO.
7. Support Requirements.
a.
Minimum Trainers and OCs. This exercise should be conducted with the hospital commander as the trainer and primary OC. A minimum of five OCs is required.

b.
OPFOR.

(1)
OPFOR should not be more than squad size with one crew-served weapon.

(2)
MILES can be used or the OCs can assess damage to equipment and personnel casualties.

(3)
The OPFOR should be well-trained in threat tactics, have specific missions, and be controlled when used.

c.
Vehicles and Communications. Vehicles and communications equipment organic to the hospital are used. When OPFOR are employed, a vehicle and radio for the OC are needed.

d.
Operational Training Area. Depending upon LTA, it is desirable to have an adequate training area, which is 400 by 400 meters.

e.
MIL. During this FTX, MIL is essential to drive the hospital's actions.

f.
Consolidated Support Requirements. Table 4-18 shows the suggested support requirements for this STX.

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AMMUNITION
5.56mm (Blank)
5.56mm (Blank)
7.62mm (Blank)
Blank Adapters
Blank Adapters
MILES
MILES
Smoke Grenades
Smoke Grenades
Artillery Simulators
CS Grenades
EQUIPMENT
Mission essential equipment training set All organic equipment to include TOE and CTA authorized Rail and aircraft load simulations
FUEL
Calculate fuel requirements using the Operational
Logistics Planner

OTHER
Ration Mix Approved for Exercise
Combat Trauma Patient Simulator
Manikin Resuscitation Torso
Aircraft for Simulated Air Attack
War Wound Moulage Set

QUANTITY
40 rounds/weapon 100 rounds/OPFOR weapon
1,000 rounds/OPFOR weapon 1 each per weapon 1 each per OPFOR weapon 1 set per soldier 1 set per OPFOR soldier 4 each per unit 2 each per OPFOR 2 each per OPFOR 3 each per OPFOR
as required
as required
as required
1 per unit
1 per unit

NOTE: The consolidated support requirements outlined for this STX are intended as suggestions. Local policies or constraints may not allow for providing the items.
Table 4-18. Consolidated Support Requirements for STX 08-1-E0006.
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8. T&EO Sequence. Table 4-19 lists the T&EOs for this STX.
TASK NUMBER PAGE
TASK
Develop Occupation Plan 63-1-1011.08-705L 5-475 Perform Advance/Quartering Party Activities 63-1-1015.08-705L 5-172 Establish Hospital Command Post (Forward) 63-1-1016.08-705L 5-176 Establish Communications 63-1-1017.08-705L 5-487 Supervise Establishment of Subordinate Elements 63-1-1019.08-705L 5-178 and Hospital Headquarters Establish Tactical Operations Center, Administrative Areas, 63-1-1020.08-705L 5-180 and Operational Areas Occupy New Operating Site 63-2-1009.08-705L 5-190 Set Up Hospital Defense 63-2-1011.08-705L 5-193 Establish Hospital Headquarters Area 08-1-0218.08-705L 5-197 Establish Company Headquarters Area 63-2-0008.08-705L 5-199 Establish Hospital Operational Areas 08-2-0220.08-705L 5-202 Supervise Operations Security Program 63-1-1038.08-705L 5-183 Employ Physical Security Measures 63-2-R306.08-705L 5-227 Set Up Laundry Service and Bath Area 08-1-0259.08-705L 5-214 Prepare for Operations-Under Nuclear, Biological, 03-3-C201.08-705L 5-216 and Chemical Conditions Employ Operations Security Measures 63-2-1016.08-705L 5-227 Maintain Communications 63-1-1040.08-705L 5-505 Conduct Battlefield Stress Reduction and Prevention Procedures 08-2-R303.08-705L 5-316 Perform Risk Management Procedures 63-2-R326.08-705L 5-319 Provide Command and Control 63-1-1045.08-705L 5-489 Handle Enemy Prisoners of War 19-3-3106.08-705L 5-322 Process Captured Documents and Equipment 19-3-3105.08-705L 5-325 Treat Hospital Casualties 08-2-0314.08-705L 5-327 Perform Mortuary Affairs Operations 10-2-C318.08-705L 5-333 Table 4-19. T&EOs From Chapter 5 to Use in Evaluating STX 08-1-E0006.
COMBAT SUPPORT HOSPITAL
STX 08-1-E0007
PERFORM HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES OPERATIONS

1.
Objective. This STX trains the hospital in performing hospitalization support and services operations. This STX also provides the hospital commander and key leaders with practice in planning, supervising, and coordinating hospitalization support and services operations. The hospital must become proficient in performing tasks in Table 4-22.

2.
Interface.

a.
This STX supports the hospital's FTX 08-1-E0001--Provide Hospitalization Support and Services Operations.

b.
This STX supports the medical brigade/medical group HQ STX—Direct Combat Health Support Operations.

3. Training.
a. Leader Training.
(1)
This STX can be used to plan and implement hospitalization support and services operations as part of a CPX or FTX.

(2)
During classroom activities, the use of medical brigade/medical group TSOPs and the responsibilities and procedures outlined in the hospital's doctrinal publications should be reviewed. Also, the T&EOs listed in this STX should be reviewed.

(3)
CFX and TEWT provide ground training for leaders when the exact area of the STX is used. .

(4)
Simulations and games teach leaders as part of a continuing officer and NCO development program.

(5)
Tips for Leader Training.

(a)
Leaders should familiarize themselves with the procedures for providing hospitalization support and services.

(b)
Leaders should familiarize themselves with the rights and responsibilities of medical personnel as specified in the provisions of the Geneva Conventions.

(c)
Leaders should review the medical brigade/medical group and hospital TSOPs.

(d)
The leader should conduct a personal reconnaissance of the training area where hospitalization support and services will take place, if possible.

b.
Tips for Training.

(1)
After the hospital has demonstrated proficiency in the tasks listed in Table 4-22, this STX can be trained under several options:

(a)
With or without OPFOR interdictions.

(b)
With or without NBC conditions.

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(c)
In a field or MOUT environment.

(d)
Day or night.

(e)
During offensive, defensive, or retrograde operations.

(f)
During low- to high-intensive operations.

(g)
With or without (simulated) patients.

(2)
The hospital must become proficient in the basics of planning and conducting hospitalization support and services, evacuation and internal support procedures before attempting complex options.

(3)
After proficiency in this STX is reached, the hospital sustains proficiency by executing this STX as part of an FTX.

4. Training Enhancers.
a.
The hospital must conduct hospitalization support and services and internal support at all times. It must also provide constant security for the CP area and be prepared to respond effectively to threat.

b.
The hospital must be able to perform all tasks listed for this STX in Table 4-22.

c.
Unless otherwise approved by the chief OC, all reports and recommendations should be provided in hard copy to the senior trainer for evaluation.

d.
This exercise begins as soon as the hospital operations areas are established and ends when the

hospital receives an attack. AARs are conducted as shown in Table 4-20. Table 4-20 is a suggested scenario.

SEQUENCE EVENT ESTIMATED TIME
1* Commander issues guidance 1 hr

2 Issue FRAGO 15 min
3* Patients and casualties arrive continuously 24 hrs
4 Perform hospitalization support and services 24 hrs
5* Perform hospital sustainment activities 24 hrs
6* Respond to threat activities 1 hr
7 AAR 1 hr
8* Conduct NBC operations (OPFOR) 1 hr
9* Respond to NBC attack 1 hr
10* Hospitalization support and services degradation 4 hrs
11 AAR 1 hr

12* Defend against air attacks (OPFOR) 30 min
13* Conduct restoration activities 1 hr

14* Receive notification of threat 15 min
15 Final AAR 2 hrs

Total time 28 hrs 15 min
* These events occur simultaneously and are not added to total time.
NOTE: Events will be trained to standard, not time limitation. The time required to train an event will
vary based on METT-TC factors and the training proficiency of the CSH.

Table 4-20. Hospital STX 08-1-E0007 Scenario.
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5. General Situation.
a.
The hospital is established and is prepared to perform hospitalization support and services operations. The hospital is receiving patients from CZ MTFs.

b.
The hospital is set up in a field site or MOUT environment.

c.
A mortuary affairs collection point is identified.

d.
Hospital HQ will provide hospital sustainment support to its elements.

e.
A defense plan is available for air and ground attacks.

f.
A safety program is established.

g.
Hospital elements are prepared to receive and treat patients.

h.
Some patients may be contaminated.

i.
The OPFOR has the potential to conduct ground, air, and NBC warfare.

j.
This exercise is conducted in all environmental conditions.

k.
Technical publications are available.

I.
Medical resupply and repair parts have been coordinated for with supporting units.

6. FRAGO. The hospital commander issues the FRAGO in Figure 4-5.
.
"The hospital will perform hospitalization support and services in the CSA in the vicinity of (grid
coordinates). Prepare elements to treat patients within hours (time limit). Further information will be disseminated after the maneuver elements become engaged and casualties are generated. Coordinate with the supply and service division for maintenance and disposition of inoperative equipment."
Figure 4-5. Sample Hospital FRAGO.
7. Support Requirements.
a.
Minimum Trainers and OCs. This exercise should be conducted with the hospital commander as the trainer and primary OC. A minimum of five OCs is required.

b.
OPFOR.

(1)
OPFOR should not be more than squad size with one crew-served weapon. OPFOR should have specific missions and be controlled when used.

(2)
MILES can be used or the OCs can assess damage to equipment and personnel casualties.

c.
Vehicles and Communications. Vehicles and communications equipment organic to the hospital are used. When OPFOR are employed, a vehicle and radio for the OCs are needed.

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d.
Operational Training Area. Depending upon LTA, it is desirable to have an adequate training area, which is 400 by 400 meters.

e.
MIL. During this STX, MIL is essential to drive the hospital's actions.

f.
Consolidated Support Requirements. Table 4-21 shows the suggested support requirements for this STX.

AMMUNITION QUANTITY
5.56mm (Blank) 40 rounds/weapon 5.56mm (Blank) 100 rounds/OPFOR weapon 7.62mm (Blank) 1,000 rounds/OPFOR weapon Blank Adapters 1 each per weapon Blank Adapters 1 each per OPFOR weapon MILES 1 set per soldier MILES 1 set per OPFOR soldier Smoke Grenades 4 each per unit Smoke Grenades 2 each per OPFOR Artillery Simulators 2 each per OPFOR CS Grenades 3 each per OPFOR
EQUIPMENT
Mission essential equipment training set
All organic equipment to include TOE and CTA authorized
Rail and aircraft load simulations

FUEL
Calculate fuel requirements using the Operational
Logistics Planner

OTHER
Ration Mix Approved for Exercise as required
Combat Trauma Patient Simulator as required
Manikin Resuscitation Torso as required
Aircraft for Simulated Air Attack 1 per unit
War Wound Moulage Set 1 per unit

NOTE: The consolidated support requirements outlined for this STX are intended as suggestions.
Local policies or constraints may not allow for providing the items.
Table 4-21. Consolidated Support Requirements for STX 08-1-E0007.

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8. T&EO Sequence. Table 4-22 lists the T&EOs for this STX.
TASK
Operate the Tactical Operations Center Supervise Operations Security Program Employ Physical Security Measures Employ Operations Security Measures Prepare for Hospitalization Support and Services Operations Coordinate Hospitalization Support and Services Operations Supervise Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Defense Operations Maintain Communications Supervise Patient Care Operations Provide Patient Administration Services Provide Emergency Medical Services Treat Nuclear, Biologically, and Chemically Contaminated Ca'sualties Provide Movement of Patients Perform Staff Administrative Functions Provide Orthopedic Cast/Traction Services Provide Central Materiel Services Provide Medical Consultation and Treatment Services Provide Respiratory Therapy Functions Provide Nursing Services Provide Pharmacy Services Provide Physical Therapy Services Provide Occupational Therapy Services
TASK NUMBER PAGE
63-1-1022.08-705L 5-486 63-1-1038.08-705L 5-183 63-2-R306.08-705L 5-210 63-2-1016.08-705L 5-227 08-1-0225.08-705L 5-264 08-1-0226.08-705L 5-267 63-1-C404:08-705L 5-185 63-1-1040.08-705L 5-505 08-1-0229.08-705L 5-510 08-1-0230.08-705L 5-339 08-1-0231.08-705L 5-344 08-2-0232.08-705L 5-349
08-1-0233.08-705L 5-354 08-1-0234.08-705L 5-356 08-1-0235.08-705L 5-359 08-1-0236.08-705L 5-361 08-1-0237.08-705L 5-363 08-1-0238.08-705L 5-365 08-1-0239.08-705L 5-367 08-1-0240.08-705L 5-370 08-1-0241.08-705L 5-374 08-1-0534.08-705L 5-377
Table 4-22. T&EOs From Chapter 5 to Use in Evaluating STX 08-1-E0007.
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TASK TASK NUMBER PAGE
Perform Surgical Services 08-1-0242.08-705L 5-379 Provide Head and Neck Surgery Services 08-5-0003.08-705L 5-384 Provide Neurosurgery Surgery Services 08-5-0002.08-705L 5-388 Provide Eye Surgery Services 08-5-0001.08-705L 5-392 Provide Pathology Services 08-5-0005.08-705L 5-395 Provide Renal Hemodialysis Services 08-5-0006.08-705L 5-398 Provide Infectious Disease Services 08-5-0004.08-705L 5-401
Provide Dental Services 08-2-0317.08-705L 5-405 Provide Laboratory Services 08-1-0244.08-705L 5-409 Provide Blood Banking Services 08-2-0245.08-705L 5-414 Provide Neuropsychiatric Services 08-1-0246.08-705L 5-417 Provide Radiology Services 08-1-0247.08-705L 5-421 Provide Nutrition Care Services 08-1-0250.08-705L 5-425 Provide Comprehensive Religious Support to Patients 08-1-0248.08-705L 5-432 and Unit Members Provide Unit Supply Support 10-2-C320.08-705L 5-277 Provide Medical Supply Support 08-1-0249.08-705L 5-282 Provide Laundry and Bath Services 08-1-0260.08-705L 5-287 Provide Personnel Service Support 63-1-1042.08-705L 5-269 Provide Administrative Service Support 63-1-1043.08-705L 5-272 Perform Unit-Level Maintenance (Unit with Maintenance Element) 43-2-R322.08-705L 5-289 Receive External Sling Load Resupply 10-2-C325.08-705L 5-310 Perform Field Sanitation Functions 08-2-R315.08-705L 5-313 Conduct Battlefield Stress Reduction and Prevention Procedures 08-2-R303.08-705L 5-316 Perform Risk Management Procedures 63-2-R326.08-705L 5-319 Provide Command and Control 63-1-1045.08-705L 5-489
Table 4-22. T&EOs From Chapter 5 to Use in Evaluating STX 08-1-E0007 (cont).
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TASK
Use Passive Air Defense Measures Take Active Air Defense Measures Against Hostile Aircraft Prepare for a Chemical Attack Respond to a Chemical Attack Conduct Operational Decontamination Conduct Thorough Decontamination Prepare for a Friendly Nuclear Strike Respond to the Initial Effects of a Nuclear Attack Respond to the Residual Effects of a Nuclear Attack Perform Radiological Decontamination Handle Enemy Prisoners of War Process Captured Documents and Equipment Treat Hospital Casualties Perform Mortuary Affairs Operations
TASK NUMBER PAGE
44-3-C220.08-705L 5-220 44-3-C221.08-705L 5-223 03-3-C202.08-705L 5-231 03-3-C203.08-705L 5-234 03-3-C224.08-705L 5-239 03-2-C312.08-705L 5-241 03-3-C205.08-705L 5-243 03-3-C223.08-705L 5-246 03-3-C222.08-705L 5-250 63-2-R207.08-705L 5-254 19-3-3106.08-705L 5-322 19-3-3105.08-705L 5-325 08-2-0314.08-705L 5-327 10-2-C318.08-705L 5-333
Table 4-22. T&EOs From Chapter 5 to Use in Evaluating STX 08-1-E0007 (cont).
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COMBAT SUPPORT HOSPITAL
STX 08-1-E0008
DEFEND HOSPITAL AREA

1.
Objective. This STX trains the hospital in defending the assigned area. This STX also provides the hospital commander and key leaders with practice in coordinating and providing C2 of self-defense operations. The hospital must become proficient in performing the tasks in Table 4-25.

2.
Interface.

a.
This STX supports the hospital's FTX 08-1-E0001--Provide Hospitaliiation Support and Services.

b.
This STX supports the medical brigade/medical group HQ STX--Coordinate Defensive Operations. --

3. Training.
a. Leader Training.
(1)
This STX can be used to plan and implement the defense of the hospital as part of a CPX or FTX.

(2)
During classroom activities, the use of medical brigade/medical group TSOPs and the responsibilities and procedures outlined in the hospital's doctrinal publications should be reviewed. Also, the T&EOs listed in this STX should be reviewed.

(3)
Leaders should use map of actual area where the STX is to be conducted and a sand table model to match the exact terrain, if possible.

(4)
CFX and TEWT provide ground training for leaders when the exact area of the STX is used.

(5)
Simulations and games, such as Armored Vehicle Recognition, Aircraft Recognition Playing Cards, teach leaders as part of a continuing officer and NCO development program.

(6)
Tips for Leader Training.

(a)
Leaders should familiarize themselves with the procedures for coordinating and implementing hospital defense.

(b)
Leaders should familiarize themselves with the rights and responsibilities of medical personnel as specified in the provisions of the Geneva Conventions.

(c)
Leaders should review the medical brigade/medical group and hospital TSOPs.

(d)
Leaders should conduct a personal reconnaissance of the training area where defensive operations will take place, if possible.

b.
Tips for Training.

(1)
After the hospital has demonstrated proficiency in the tasks listed in Table 4-25, this STX can be trained under several options:

(a)
With or without NBC conditions.

(b)
With or without OPFOR interdictions.

(c)
In a field or MOUT environment.

(d)
Day or night.

(e)
With limited hospitalization support and services activities.

(2)
The hospital must become proficient in the basics of planning, coordinating, and implementing defense before attempting complex options.

(3)
After proficiency in this STX is reached, the hospital sustains proficiency by executing this STX as part of an FTX.

4. Training Enhancers.
a.
When hospitalization support and services operations begin, the unit must be flexible enough to operate from a range of maximum support and services and minimum security to maximum security and limited support and services.

b.
Unless otherwise approved by chief OC, all reports and recommendations should be provided in hard copy to the senior trainer for evaluation.

c.
This exercise begins with notification of an attack in the rear area and ends after the hospital has completed restoration activities. AARs are conducted as shown in Table 4-23. Table 4-23 is the suggested scenario.

SEQUENCE EVENT ESTIMATED TIME
1 Receive notification of threat 15 min
2 Issues FRAGO 15 min
3 Upgrade defensive positions 1 hr
4 Respond to threat attack 1 hr 30 min
5 Reorganize defense 1 hr
6 AAR 1 hr
7 Maintain contact (OPFOR) 1 hr
8 AAR 1 hr
9 Conduct ADC activities 1 hr 30 min
10 Final AAR 2 hrs

Total time 10 hrs 30 min NOTE: Events will be trained to standard, not time limitation. The time required to train an event will vary based on METT-TC factors and the training proficiency of the CSH. Table 4-23. Hospital STX 08-1-E0008 Scenario.
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5. General Situation.
a.
The hospital is deployed in the support area as part of a base defense, which is under the C2 of the next higher echelon rear operations element. The OPFOR has infiltrated or airdropped a platoon-size or larger force in the area to seek out C2 and support facilities to disrupt friendly battle sustainment.

b.
The medical brigade/medical group OPORD with rear operations annex is available.

c.
The medical brigade/medical group and hospital TSOPs are available.

d.
The hospital defense has been established.

e.
Rear operations communication system has been established.

f.
This exercise is conducted in all environmental conditions.

g.
The OPFOR has the potential to conduct ground, air, and NBC attacks.

6. FRAGO. The hospital commander issues the FRAGO in Figure 4-6.
"Threat forces are in the hospital area. Prepare to occupy alternate defensive positions NLT .hours (time limit) or an order. Destroy all equipment in. place, less medical, not capable of being evacuated. New hospital location vicinity coordinates are .(grid coordinates)."
Figure 4-6. Sample Hospital FRAGO.
7. Support Requirements.
a.
Minimum Trainers and OCs. This exercise should be conducted with the hospital commander as the internal trainer..A minimum of five OCs is required.

b.
An OPFOR platoon (+) is required to cause a threat level that necessitates MP/TCF assistance. The OPFOR should be well trained in patrolling and assault tactics and should have specific missions within the AO. If MILES is not available, the following guidelines will assist in assessing damage.

(1)
Any soldier that masks a firing weapon is a casualty.

(2)
Any soldier that remains exposed for longer than three consecutive seconds is a casualty.

(3)
Any soldier or vehicle within five meters of grenade, unless protected by a sump cover, is a casualty or is destroyed.

(4)
Any vehicle or equipment that comes within five meters of the OPFOR is destroyed.

c.
Vehicles and Communications. Vehicles and communications equipment organic to the hospital are used. When OPFOR are employed, a vehicle and radio for the OCs are needed. Communications are needed for each OC. The OPFOR OC reports to the senior OC.

d.
Operational Training Area. Depending upon LTA, it is desirable to have a training area, which is 400 by 400 meters.

e.
Consolidated Support Requirements. Table 4-24 shows the suggested support requirements for this STX.

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AMMUNITION
5.56mm (Blank)
5.56mm (Blank)
7.62mm (Blank)
Blank Adapters
Blank Adapters
MILES
MILES
Smoke Grenades

Smoke Grenades
Artillery Simulators
CS Grenades
EQUIPMENT
Mission essential equipment training set All organic equipment to include TOE and CTA authorized Rail and aircraft load simulations
FUEL
Calculate fuel requirements using the Operational
Logistics Planner

OTHER
Ration Mix Approved for Exercise
Combat Trauma Patient Simulator
Manikin Resuscitation Torso
Aircraft for Simulated Air Attack
War Wound Moulage Set

QUANTITY
80 rounds/weapon 120 rounds/OPFOR weapon
2,000 rounds/OPFOR weapon 1 each per weapon 1 each per OPFOR weapon 1 set per soldier 1 set per OPFOR soldier 8 each per unit 4 each per OPFOR 4 each per OPFOR 6 each per OPFOR
as required
as required
as required
1 per unit
1 per unit

NOTE: The consolidated support requirements outlined for this STX are intended as suggestions. Local policies or constraints may not allow for providing the items.
Table 4-24. Consolidated Support Requirements for STX 08-1-E0008.
8. T&EO Sequence. Table 4-25 lists the T&EOs for this STX.
TASK TASK NUMBER PAGE
Defend Hospital Area 63-2-1024.08-705L 5-257
Direct Response to Threat Actions 63-1-1052.08-705L 5-492
Use Passive Air Defense Measures 44-3-C220.08-705L 5-220
Take Active Air Defense Measures Against Hostile Aircraft 44-3-C221.08-705L 5-223
Reorganize Hospital Defense 63-2-1026.08-705L 5-261
Supervise Operations Security Program 63-1-1038.08-705L 5-183
Employ Operations Security Measures 63-2-1016.08-705L 5-227
Maintain Communications 63-1-1040.08-705L 5-505
Conduct Battlefield Stress Reduction and Prevention Procedures 08-2-R303.08-705L 5-316
Perform Risk Management Procedures 63-2-R326.08-705L 5-319 •
Provide Command and Control 63-1-1045.08-705L 5-489
Handle Enemy Prisoners of War 19-3-3106.08-705L 5-322
Process Captured Documents and Equipment 19-3-3105.08-705L 5-325
Treat Hospital Casualties 08-2-0314.08-705L 5-327
Perform Mortuary Affairs Operations 10-2 •C318.08-705L 5-333
Direct Area Damage Control Operations 63-1-1053.08-705L 5-495
Perform Area Damage Control Functions 63-2-1028.08-705L 5-339
Table 4-25. T&EOs From Chapter 5 to Use in Evaluating FTX 8-1-E0008.

COMBAT SUPPORT HOSPITAL
STX 08-1-E0009
SUPERVISE REDEPLOYMENT OF
SUBORDINATE ELEMENTS TO A HOME STATION

1.
Objective. This STX trains the hospital's command and staff elements in directing the redeployment of the hospital from a theater of operations to home station or mobilization site. This STX also provides the hospital commander and key leaders with practice in directing, controlling, and coordinating hospital redeployment activities. The hospital must become proficient in performing the tasks in Table 4-28.

2.
Interface.

a.
This STX supports the hospital's FTX 08-1-E0001--Provide Hospitalization Support and Services.

b.
This STX supports the medical brigade/medical group HQ STX--Supervise Redeployment of
Subordinate Elements to Home Station.

3. Training.
a. Leader Training.
(1)
This STX can be used to plan and implement redeployment (land, sea, or air) of the hospital as a part of a CPX or FTX.

(2)
During classroom activities, the use of medical brigade/medical group TSOPs and the responsibilities and procedures outlined in the hospital's doctrinal publications should be reviewed. Also, the T&EOs listed in this STX should be reviewed.

(3)
The leaders should use a map of the area, where the STX is to be conducted and a sand table model to match the actual training, if possible.

(4)
CFX and TEWT provide ground training for leaders when the exact area of the FTX is used.

(5)
Simulations and games teach leaders as part of a continuing officer and NCO development program.

(6)
Tips for Leader Training.

(a)
Leaders should familiarize themselves with the procedures for planning and executing redeployment operations.

(b)
Leaders should review the medical brigade/medical group and hospital SOPs.

(c)
Leaders should conduct a personal reconnaissance of the training area where activities will take place, if possible.

b.
Tips for Training.

(1)
After the hospital has demonstrated proficiency in the tasks listed in Table 4-28, this STX can be trained under several options:

(a)
Inclement weather.

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(b)
Multiple increments.

(c)
Different modes of transportation.

(d)
Day or night.

(2)
The hospital must become proficient in the basics of planning and executing basic redeployment before attempting complex options.

(3)
After proficiency in this STX is reached, the hospital sustains proficiency by'executing this STX as part of a FTX..


4. Training Enhancers.
a.
The hospital commander, in coordination with the medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3, secure redeployment SOPs.

b.
The operations section plans the redeployment and prepares the redeployment plan/order with input from other staff elements and coordinates the plan/order with the medical brigade/medical group commander.

c.
UMO updates hospital redeployment plans in coordination with medical brigade/medical group staff.

d.
The medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3 provides hospital with the redeployment sequence.

e.
Unless otherwise approved by the chief OC, all reports and recommendations should be provided in hard copy to the senior trainer for evaluation.

f.
This exercise begins with the receipt of a redeployment warning order and ends upon completion of

redeployment activities. AARs are conducted as shown in Table 4-26. Table 4-26 is a suggested scenario.
SEQUENCE EVENT ESTIMATED TIME
1* Receive warning order 10 min
2 Supervise redeployment activities 32 hrs 45 min
3* Perform reconstitution coordination 1 hr
4* Prepare redeployment movement plan/order 4 hrs
5* Brief key personnel 30 min
6* Provide redeployment support 32 Hrs 45 min
7* Perform redeployment advance party activities 32 Hrs 45 min
8* Perform theater rear detachment activities 4 hrs 15 min
9* Perform home station coordination activities 4 hrs
10* Final AAR .1 hrs

Total time 32 hrs 45 min NOTE: Events will be trained to standard, not time limitation. The time required to train an event will vary based on METT-TC factors and the training proficiency of the CSH. Table 4-26. Hospital STX 08-1-E0009 Scenario.
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5. General Situation.
a.
The hospital is employed in a theater of operations and is to be redeployed to CONUS. The
hospital is under the C2 of the medical brigade/medical group element.

b.
Element leaders provide personnel and equipment status reports.

c.
The base support elements provide required redeployment support.

d.
This exercise is conducted in all environmental conditions.

6. Support Requirements.
a.
Minimum Trainers and OCs. This exercise should be conducted with the hospital commander as the trainer and primary OC. A minimum of five OCs is required.

b.
OPFOR. None.

c.
Vehicles and Communications. Vehicles and communications equipment organic to the hospital are used.

d.
Operational Training Area. A road network is required that allows a road march of at least 91 kilometers.

e.
MIL. During this STX, MIL is essential to drive the hospital's actions.

f.
Consolidated Support Requirements. Table 4-27 shows the suggested support requirements for this STX.

AMMUNITION. QUANTITY
none
EQUIPMENT
Mission essential equipment training set

All organic equipment to include TOE and CTA authorized FUEL Calculate fuel requirements using the Operational
Logistics Planner OTHER Ration Mix Approved for Exercise as required
Safety Checklist as required NOTE: The consolidated support requirements outlined above are intended as suggestions only. Local policies or constraints may not allow for the provisioning of all items in this table. Table 4-27. Consolidated Support Requirements for STX 08-1-E0009.
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7. T&EO Sequence. Table 4-28 lists the T&EOs for this STX.
TASK TASK NUMBER.PAGE
Supervise Hospital Deployment/Redeployment Activities 63-1-8053.08-705L 5-12 Coordinate Rear Detachment Support 63-1-8063.08-705L 5-39 Coordinate Reconstitution for Redeployment 63-1-8065.08-705L 5-43 Prepare Redeployment Movement Plan/Order 63-1-8066.08-705L 5-45 Provide Redeployment Support 63-1-8067.08-705L 5-47 Perform Redeployment Advance Party Activities 63-1-8068.08-705L 5-50 Perform Theater Rear Detachment Activities 63-1-8069.08-705L 5-52 Coordinate Home Station Activities 63-1-8070.08-705L 5-54 Supervise Operations Security Program 63-1-1038.08-705L 5-183 Employ Operations Security Measures 63-2-1016.08-705L 5-227 Maintain Communications 63-1-1040.08-705L 5-505 Conduct Battlefield Stress Reduction and Prevention Procedures 08-2-R303.08-705L 5-316 Perform Risk Management Procedures 63-2-R326.08-705L 5-319 Provide Command and Control 63-1-1045.08-705L 5-494 Table 4-28. T&EOs From Chapter 5 to Use in Evaluating STX 08-1-E0009.
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COMBAT SUPPORT HOSPITAL
STX 08-1-E0010
REDEPLOY HOSPITAL TO HOME STATION

1.
Objective. This STX trains the hospital in redeploying the hospital from a theater of operations to home station or mobilization site. The hospital must become proficient in performing tasks in Table 4-31.

2.
Interface.

a.
This STX supports the hospital's FTX 08-1-E0001--Provide Hospitalization Support and Services.

b.
This STX supports the medical brigade/medical group HQ STX--Supervise Redeployment of Subordinate Elements to Home Station.

3. Training.
a. Leader Training.
(1)
This STX can be used to plan and implement redeployment (land, sea, or air) of the hospital as a part of a CPX or FTX.

(2)
During classroom activities, the use of medical brigade/medical group TSOPs and the responsibilities and procedures outlined in the hospital's doctrinal publications should be reviewed. Also, the T&EOs listed in this STX should be reviewed.

(3)
The leaders should use a map of the area, where the STX is to be conducted and a sand table model to match the actual training, if possible.

(4)
CFX and TEWT provide ground training for leaders when the exact area of the FTX is used.

(5)
Simulations and games teach leaders as part of a continuing officer and NCO development program.

(6)
Tips for Leader Training.

(a)
Leaders should familiarize themselves with the procedures for planning and executing
redeployment operations.

(b)
Leaders should review the medical brigade/medical group and hospital SOPs.

(c)
Leaders should conduct a personal reconnaissance of the training area where
redeployment activities will take place, if possible.

b.
Tips for Training.

(1)
After the hospital has demonstrated proficiency in the tasks listed in Table 4-31, this STX can
be trained under several options:

(a)
Inclement weather.

• (b) Multiple increments.
(c) Different modes of transportation.
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(d)
Day or night.

(2)
The hospital must become proficient in the basics of executing basic redeployment before attempting complex options.

(3)
After proficiency in this STX is reached, the hospital sustains proficiency by executing this STX as part of an FTX.

4. Training Enhancers.
a.
The hospital commander, in coordination with the medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3, secures redeployment SOPs.

b.
The operations section plans the redeployment and prepares the redeployment plan/order with input from other staff elements and coordinates the plan/order with the medical brigade/medical group commander.

c.
UMO updates hospital redeployment plans in coordination with medical brigade/medical group staff.

d.
The medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3 provides the hospital with the redeployment sequence.

e.
Unless otherwise approved by the chief OC, all reports and recommendations should be provided in hard copy to the senior trainer for evaluation.

f.
This exercise begins with the receipt of a warning order and ends upon completion of redeployment activities. AARs are conducted as shown in Table 4-29. Table 4-29 is a suggested scenario.

SEQUENCE EVENT ESTIMATED TIME
1 Receive warning order 30 min
2 Prepare for movement 8 hrs
3 Issue FRAGO 15 min
4 Conduct nontactical road march 3 hrs
5 AAR 1 hr
6 Perform TAA/RAA activities 2 hrs
7 Conduct nontactical road march 3 hrs
8 Perform APOE/SPOE activities 4 hrs
9 AAR 1 hr
10 Perform APOD 2 hrs
11 Perform SPOD 2 hrs
12 Conduct nontactical road march 3 hrs
13 Arrive at home station 1 hr
14 Final AAR 2 hrs

Total time.32 hrs.45 min NOTE: Events will be trained to standard, not time limitation. The time required to train an event will vary based on METT-TC factors and the training proficiency of the CSH. Table 4-29. Hospital STX 08-1-E0010 Scenario.
5. General Situation.
a.
The hospital is employed in a TO and is to be redeployed to CONUS. The hospital under the C2 of the medical brigade/medical group.

b.
Element leaders provide personnel and equipment status reports.

c.
The base support elements provide required redeployment support.

d.
This exercise is conducted in all environmental conditions.

6.
FRAGO. The hospital commander issues the FRAGO in Figure 4-7.

"Alternate route A will be used for movement to TAA/RAA, located at (grid coordinate). Prepare to move
within.hours."
Figure 4-7. Sample Hospital FRAGO.

7.
Support Requirements.

a.
Minimum Trainers and OCs. This exercise should be conducted with the hospital commander as the trainer and primary OC. A minimum of five OCs is required.

b.
OPFOR. None.

c.
Vehicles and Communications. Vehicles and communications equipment organic to the hospital are used.

d.
Operational Training Area. A road network is required that allows a road march of at least 91 kilometers.

e.
MIL. During this STX, MIL is essential to drive the hospital's actions.

f.
Consolidated Support Requirements. Table 4-30 shows the suggested support requirements for this STX.

AMMUNITION. QUANTITY
none
EQUIPMENT
Mission essential equipment training set
All organic equipment to include TOE and CTA authorized
Rail and aircraft load simulations
FUEL
Calculate fuel requirements using the Operational
Logistics Planner
OTHER Ration Mix Approved for Exercise as required Safety Checklist as required NOTE: The consolidated support requirements outlined above are intended as suggestions only. Local policies or constraints may not allow for the provisioning of all items in this table. Table 4-30. Consolidated Support Requirements for STX 08-1-E0010.
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8. T&EO Sequence. Table 4-31 lists the T&EOs for this STX.
TASK
Plan Hospital Redeployment Prepare Hospital for Nontactical Move Conduct Nontactical Road March Supervise Operations Security Program Employ Operations Security Measures Maintain Communications Conduct Battlefield Stress Reduction and Prevention Procedures Perform Risk Management Procedures Provide Command and Control Perform Redeployment Personnel and Administrative Actions Perform Redeployment Training Activities Perform Redeployment Supply Activities Perform Redeployment Maintenance Activities (Unit with Maintenance Element) 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
TASK NUMBER PAGE
63-1-8074.08-705L 5-502 63-2-8007.08-705L 5-77 63-2-8008.08-705L 5-81
63-1-1038.08-705L 5-183
63-2-1016.08-705L 5-227
63-1-1040.08-705L 5-505
08-2-R303.08-705L 5-316
63-2-R326.08-705L 5-319
63-1-1045.08-705L 5-489
63-2-8014.08-705L 5-105
63-2-8015.08-705L 5-108
63-2-8016.08-705L 5-110
63-2-8017.08-705L 5-113
63-2-8018.08-705L 5-117 63-2-8019.08-705L 5-123 63-2-8020.08-705L 5-128 63-2-8021.08-705L 5-132 63-2-8022.08-705L 5-135 63-2-8023.08-705L 5-138 63-2-8024.08-705L 5-141
Table 4-31. T&EOs From Chapter 5 to Use in Evaluating STX 08-1-E0010.
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CHAPTER 5
TRAINING AND EVALUATION OUTLINES
5-1. General. This chapter contains the training and evaluation outlines for the unit. T&EOs are learning objectives (tasks, conditions, and standards) for the collective tasks which support critical operations. The unit must master designated collective tasks to perform its critical operation. T&EOs may be trained separately in an STX/FTX or during internal/external evaluations.
5-2. Structure. The T&EOs in this chapter are listed in Table 5-1. The Mission-to-Collective Tasks Matrix in Chapter 2 lists the T&EOs required to train the critical missions to their specific AUTL.
5-3. Format. The T&EOs are prepared for every collective task that supports critical operations 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.

d.
Iteration. It is 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 standards. Assessments are subjective in nature and use all available evaluation data and subunit 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 standards.

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

(3)
U - Untrained. The unit can not demonstrate an ability to achieve proficiency or failed to achieve one or more of the critical task steps to standard.

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 judgement. The unit must be evaluated in the context of the METT-TC conditions. This will establish a common base line for unit performance.

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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.

i.
GO/NO-GO Column. This column is provided for annotating the unit'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 unit's 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, task title, and task number.

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.

5-4. 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.
Deploy/Conduct Maneuver
DIRECT DEPLOYMENT ALERT ACTIVITIES .(63-1-8050.08-705L) . 5-6 ESTABLISH THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (63-1-8051.08-705L) .5-8 OPERATE THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (63-1-8052.08-705L) .5-10 SUPERVISE HOSPITAL DEPLOYMENT/REDEPLOYMENT ACTIVITIES
(63-1-8053.08-705L) . 5-12 UPDATE MOVEMENT PLAN/ORDER (63-1-8054.08-705L) . 5-15 COORDINATE SOLDIER READINESS PROCESSING SUPPORT (63-1-8055.08-705L) .5-17 PROVIDE DEPLOYMENT PERSONNEL AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES SUPPORT
(63-1-8056.08-705L) . 5-19 COORDINATE FAMILY ASSISTANCE SUPPORT (63-1-8057.08-705L) . 5-22 COORDINATE DEPLOYMENT TRAINING SUPPORT (63-1-8058.08-705L) . 5-24 PERFORM DEPLOYMENT INTELLIGENCE.SUPPORT FUNCTIONS (63-1-8059.08-705L) .5-26 PROVIDE DEPLOYMENT LOGISTICS SUPPORT (63-1-8060.08-705L) . 5-29 PROVIDE DEPLOYMENT ADVANCE PARTY ACTIVITIES (63-1-8061.08-705L) .5-33 COORDINATE ONWARD MOVEMENT (63-1-8062.08-705L) . 5-35 DIRECT INTEGRATION ACTIVITIES.(63-1-8071.08-705L) . 5-37 COORDINATE REAR DETACHMENT SUPPORT (63-1-8063.08-705L) . 5-39 PERFORM HOME STATION REAR DETACHMENT ACTIVITIES (63-1-8064.08-705L) .5-41 COORDINATE RECONSTITUTION FOR REDEPLOYMENT (63-1-8065.08-705L) .5-43 PREPARE REDEPLOYMENT MOVEMENT PLAN/ORDER (63-1-8066.08-705L) .5-45 PROVIDE REDEPLOYMENT SUPPORT (63-1-8067.08-705L) . 5-47 PERFORM REDEPLOYMENT ADVANCE PARTY ACTIVITIES (63-1-8068.08-705L) .5-50 PERFORM THEATER REAR DETACHMENT ACTIVITIES (63-1-8069.08-705L) .5-52 COORDINATE HOME STATION ACTIVITIES (63-1-8070.08-705L) . 5-54 PERFORM DEPLOYMENT ALERT ACTIVITIES (63-2-8001.08-705L) . 5-57
PERFORM PERSONNEL AND ADMINISTRATIVE PREDEPLOYMENT ACTIVITIES
5-60

(63-2-8002.08-705L) .
PERFORM PREDEPLOYMENT TRAINING ACTIVITIES (63-2-8003.08-705L) .5-63
PERFORM PREDEPLOYMENT SUPPLY ACTIVITIES (63-2-8004.08-705L) . 5-65
PERFORM PREDEPLOYMENT MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES (UNIT WITH MAINTENANCE
5-68

ELEMENT) (63-2-8005.08-705L) .
PREPARE VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT FOR DEPLOYMENT (63-2-8006.08-705L) .5-72
PREPARE HOSPITAL FOR NONTACTICAL MOVE (63-2-8007.08-705L) . 5-77
CONDUCT NONTACTICAL ROAD MARCH (63-2-8008.08-705L) . 5-81
PERFORM SEA PORT OF EMBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR DEPLOYMENT
5-84

(63-2-8009.08-705L) .
PERFORM AERIAL PORT OF EMBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR DEPLOYMENT
(63-2-8010.08-705L) . 5-88
PERFORM AERIAL PORT OF DEBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR DEPLOYMENT
(63-2-8011.08-705L) . 5-91
PERFORM SEA PORT OF DEBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR DEPLOYMENT
(63-2-8012.08-705L) . 5-94
PREPARE EQUIPMENT RECEPTION TEAM FOR TACTICAL ROAD MARCH
(DEPLOYMENT) (63-2-8013.08-705L) . 5-97
CONDUCT STAGING ACTIVITIES (63-2-8026.08-705L) .5-100
CONDUCT INTEGRATION ACTIVITIES (63-2-8025.08-705L) . 5-103
PERFORM REDEPLOYMENT PERSONNEL AND ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIONS
(63-2-8014.08-705L) . 5-105
PERFORM REDEPLOYMENT TRAINING ACTIVITIES (63-2-8015.08-705L) .5-108
PERFORM REDEPLOYMENT SUPPLY ACTIVITIES (63-2-8016.08-705L) . 5-110
PERFORM REDEPLOYMENT MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES (UNIT WITH MAINTENANCE
ELEMENT) (63-2-8017.08-705L) . 5-113
PREPARE VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT FOR REDEPLOYMENT (63-2-8018.08-705L) .5-117
PERFORM SEA PORT OF EMBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR REDEPLOYMENT
(63-2-8019.08-705L) . 5-123
PERFORM AERIAL PORT OF EMBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR REDEPLOYMENT
(63-2-8020.08-705L) . 5-128
PERFORM AERIAL PORT OF DEBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR REDEPLOYMENT
(63-2-8021.08-705L) . 5-132
PERFORM HOME STATION ACTIVITIES (63-2-8022.08-705L) . 5-135
PERFORM SEA PORT OF DEBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR REDEPLOYMENT\
(63-2-8023.08-705L) . 5-138
PERFORM DEMOBILIZATION STATION ACTIVITIES (63-2-8024.08-705L) . 5-141

Protect the Force
PREPARE HOSPITAL TO MOVE (63-2-1002.08-705L) . 5-144
CONDUCT TACTICAL ROAD MARCH (63-2-1003.08-705L) . 5-149
CROSS A CHEMICALLY CONTAMINATED AREA (03-3-C226.08-705L) . 5-153
CROSS A RADIOLOGICALLY CONTAMINATED AREA (03-3-C208.08-705L) .5-159
DEFEND MARCH ELEMENTS (63-2-1006.08-705L) . 5-166
PERFORM ADVANCE/QUARTERING PARTY ACTIVITIES (63-1-1015.08-705L) .5-172
ESTABLISH HOSPITAL COMMAND POST [FORWARD] (63-1-1016.08-705L) .5-176
SUPERVISE ESTABLISHMENT OF SUBORDINATE ELEMENTS AND HOSPITAL
HEADQUARTERS (63-1-1019.08-705L) .
5-178
ESTABLISH TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER, ADMINISTRATIVE AREAS, AND
OPERATIONAL AREAS (63-1-1020.08-705L) . 5-180
SUPERVISE OPERATIONS SECURITY PROGRAM (63-1-1038.08-705L) . 5-183
SUPERVISE NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, AND CHEMICAL DEFENSE OPERATIONS
(03-1-C404.08-705L) . 5-185
OCCUPY NEW OPERATING SITE (63-2-1009.08-705L) . 5-190
SET UP HOSPITAL DEFENSE (63-2-1011.08-705L) . 5-193

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ESTABLISH HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS AREA (08-1-0218.08-705L) . 5-197
ESTABLISH COMPANY HEADQUARTERS AREA (63-2-0008.08-705L) . 5-199
ESTABLISH HOSPITAL OPERATIONAL AREAS (08-2-0220.08-705L) . 5-202
EMPLOY PHYSICAL SECURITY MEASURES (63-2-R306.08-705L) . 5-210
SET UP LAUNDRY SERVICE AND BATH AREA (08-1-0259.08-705L) . 5-214
PREPARE FOR OPERATIONS UNDER NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, AND CHEMICAL
5-216

CONDITIONS (03-3-C201.08-705L) .
USE PASSIVE AIR DEFENSE MEASURES (44-3-C220.08-705L) . 5-220
TAKE ACTIVE AIR DEFENSE MEASURES AGAINST HOSTILE AIRCRAFT
5-223

(44-3-C221.08-705L) .
EMPLOY OPERATIONS SECURITY MEASURES (63-2-1016.08-705L) . 5-227
PREPARE FOR A CHEMICAL ATTACK (03-3-C202.08-705L) . 5-231
RESPOND TO A CHEMICAL ATTACK (03-3-C203.08-705L) . 5-234
CONDUCTOPERATIONAL DECONTAMINATION (03-3-C224.08-705L) . 5-239
CONDUCT THOROUGH DECONTAMINATION (03-2-C312.08-705L) . 5-241
PREPARE FOR A FRIENDLY NUCLEAR STRIKE (03-3-C205.08-705L) . 5-243
RESPOND TO THE INITIAL EFFECTS OF A NUCLEAR ATTACK (03-3-C223.08-705L) .5-246
RESPOND TO THE RESIDUAL EFFECTS OF A NUCLEAR ATTACK (03-3-C222.08-705L) .5-250
PERFORM RADIOLOGICAL DECONTAMINATION (63-2-R207.08-705L) . 5-254
DEFEND HOSPITAL AREA (63-2-1024.08-705L) . 5-257
REORGANIZE HOSPITAL DEFENSE (63-2-1026.08-705L) . 5-261

Perform CSS and Sustainment
PREPARE FOR HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES OPERATIONS
(08-1-0225.08-705L) . 5-264
COORDINATE HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES OPERATIONS
(08-1-0226.08-705L) . 5-267
PROVIDE PERSONNEL SERVICE SUPPORT (63-1-1042.08-705L) . 5-269
PROVIDE ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE SUPPORT (63-1-1043.08-705L) . 5-272
PROVIDE UNIT SUPPLY SUPPORT (10-2-C320.08-705L) . 5-277
PROVIDE MEDICAL SUPPLY SUPPORT (08-1-0249.08-705L) . 5-282
PROVIDE LAUNDRY AND BATH SERVICES (08-1-0260.08-705L) . 5-287
PERFORM UNIT-LEVEL MAINTENANCE (UNIT WITH MAINTENANCE ELEMENT)
(43-2-R322.08-705L) . 5-289
RECEIVE EXTERNAL SLING LOAD RESUPPLY (10-2-C325.08-705L) . 5-310
PERFORM FIELD SANITATION FUNCTIONS (08-2-R315.08-705L) . 5-313
CONDUCT BATTLEFIELD STRESS REDUCTION AND PREVENTION PROCEDURES
(08-2-R303.08-705L) . 5-316
PERFORM RISK MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES (63-2-R326.08-705L) . 5-319
HANDLE ENEMY PRISONERS OF WAR (19-3-3106.08-705L) . 5-322
PROCESS CAPTURED DOCUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT (19-3-3105.08-705L) .5-325
TREAT HOSPITAL CASUALTIES (08-2-0314.08-705L) . 5-327
PERFORM MORTUARY AFFAIRS OPERATIONS (10-2-C318.08-705L) . 5-333
PERFORM AREA DAMAGE CONTROL FUNCTIONS (63-2-1028.08-705L) . 5-336
PROVIDE PATIENT ADMINISTRATION SERVICES (08-1-0230.08-705L) . 5-339
PROVIDE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES (08-1-0231.08-705L) . 5-344
TREAT NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICALLY, AND CHEMICALLY CONTAMINATED CASUALTIES
(08-2-0232.08-705L) . 5-349
PROVIDE MOVEMENT OF PATIENTS (08-1-0233.08-705L) . 5-354
PERFORM STAFF ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTIONS (08-1-0234.08-705L) . 5-356
PROVIDE ORTHOPEDIC CAST/TRACTION SERVICES (08-1-0235.08-705L) .5-359
PROVIDE CENTRAL MATERIEL SERVICES (08-1-0236.08-705L) . 5-361
PROVIDE MEDICAL CONSULTATION AND TREATMENT SERVICES
(08-1-0237.08-705L) . 5-363
PROVIDE RESPIRATORY THERAPY FUNCTIONS (08-1-0238.08-705L) . 5-365
PROVIDE NURSING SERVICES (08-1-0239.08-705L) . 5-367

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PROVIDE PHARMACY SERVICES (08-1-0240.08-705L) . 5-370 5-374
PROVIDE PHYSICAL THERAPY SERVICES (08-1-0241.08-705L) . PROVIDE OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY SERVICES (08-1-0534.08-705L) . 5-377 5-379
PERFORM SURGICAL SERVICES (08-1-0242.08-705L) . PROVIDE HEAD AND NECK SURGERY SERVICES (08-5-0003.08-705L) . 5-384 PROVIDE NEUROSURGERY SERVICES (08-5-0002.08-705L) . 5-388 PROVIDE EYE SURGERY SERVICES (08-5-0001.08-705L) . 5-392 PROVIDE PATHOLOGY SERVICES (08-5-0005.08-705L) . 5-395 PROVIDE RENAL HEMODIALYSIS SERVICES (08-5-0006.08-705L) . 5-398 PROVIDE INFECTIOUS DISEASE SERVICES (08-5-0004.08-705L) . 5-401 PROVIDE DENTAL SERVICES (08-2-0317.08-705L) . 5-405 PROVIDE LABORATORY SERVICES (08-1-0244.08-705L) . 5-409 PROVIDE BLOOD BANKING SERVICES (08-1-0245.08-705L) . 5-414 PROVIDE NEUROPSYCHIATRIC SERVICES (08-1-0246.08-705L) . 5-417 PROVIDE RADIOLOGY SERVICES (08-1-0247.08-705L) . 5-421 PROVIDE NUTRITION CARE SERVICES (08-1-0250.08-705L) . 5-425 PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE RELIGIOUS SUPPORT TO PATIENTS AND UNIT MEMBERS (08-1-0248.08-705L) . 5-432
Exercise Command and Control
PLAN HOSPITAL DEPLOYMENT IN A PEACETIME ENVIRONMENT (63-1-8072.08-705L) .5-436 PLAN HOSPITAL DEPLOYMENT UPON RECEIPT OF A WARNING ORDER (63-1-8073.08-705L) . 5-440 CONDUCT MISSION ANALYSIS (63-1-1001.08-705L) . 5-444 CONDUCT INTELLIGENCE PREPARATION OF THE BATTLEFIELD (63-1-1002.08-705L) .5-447 FORMULATE FEASIBLE COURSES OF ACTION (63-1-1003.08-705L) . 5-450 DEVELOP INTELLIGENCE ESTIMATE (63-1-1004.08-705L) . 5-452 DEVELOP PERSONNEL ESTIMATE (63-1-1005.08-705L) . 5-455 DEVELOP LOGISTICS ESTIMATE (63-1-1006.08-705L) . 5-458 DEVELOP A HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES ESTIMATE (63-1-1007.08-705L) . 5-461 DEVELOP SUPPORTING COMMANDER'S (OPERATION) ESTIMATE (63-1-1008.08-705L) . 5-464 PREPARE OPERATIONS PLAN/OPERATIONS ORDER AND ANNEXES (63-1-1009.08-705L) . 5-468 DEVELOP ROAD MOVEMENT ORDER (63-1-1010.08-705L) . 5-471 DEVELOP OCCUPATION PLAN (63-1-1011.08-705L) . 5-475 PLAN HOSPITAL AREA TACTICAL OPERATIONS (63-1-1012.08-705L) . 5-478 ESTABLISH COMMUNICATIONS (63-1-1017.08-705L) . 5-481 OPERATE THE TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER (63-1-1022.08-705L) . 5-486 PROVIDE COMMAND AND CONTROL (63-1-1045.08-705L) . 5-489 DIRECT RESPONSE TO THREAT ACTIONS (63-1-1052.08-705L) . 5-492 DIRECT AREA DAMAGE CONTROL OPERATIONS (63-1-1053.08-705L) . 5-495 PLAN HOSPITAL DEFENSE (63-2-1010.08-705L) . 5-497 PLAN AREA DAMAGE CONTROL OPERATIONS (63-2-1014.08-705L) . 5-500 PLAN HOSPITAL REDEPLOYMENT (63-1-8074.08-705L) . 5-502 MAINTAIN COMMUNICATIONS (63-1-1040.08-705L) . 5-505 SUPERVISE PATIENT CARE OPERATIONS (08-1-0229.08-705L) . 5-510
Figure 5-1. List of T&EO's
ELEMENTS: COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT
TASK: DIRECT DEPLOYMENT ALERT ACTIVITIES (63-1-8050.08-705L) (FM 55-65). (FM 100-17). (FM 63-3) (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)
(Circle) .
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital receives a warning order to go to an increased deployability posture in preparation for overseas deployment. The movement plan/order, recall plan, and RSOP are available. The hospital's subordinate elements are deploying as part of the hospital deployment. The hospital communicates with subordinate units by analog and/or digital communications or messenger. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Hospital personnel are recalled IAW the recall plan. Personnel are designated to staff EOC IAW RSOP.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Operations section/staff duty officer execute alert notification procedures.

a.
Authenticate deployment warning order IAW RSOP.

b.
Notify hospital commander and medical operation officer that hospital has
received a deployment warning order.

c.
Initiate recall procedures IAW commander's guidance and recall plan. .

*
2. Hospital commander and medical operations officer supervise alert and recall
activities.

a.
Direct implementation of recall plan, as required.

b.
Direct establishment of the EOC.

c.
Task staff sections to provide personnel for the EOC IAW RSOP and
commander's guidance.. •

d.
Monitor recall progress for compliance with RSOP.

e.
Designate location of EOC.

3. Operations section monitors progress of recall. (301-371-1050)
a.
Identifies time phased present-for-duty requirements by reviewing recall
plan.

b.
Identifies present-for-duty status by reviewing recall status reports from
subordinate elements.

c.
Calculates recall percentages IAW recall plan.

d.
Monitors establishment of physical security of the hospital HQ and
subordinate elements' areas by inspection and/or review of recall status
reports.

e.
Briefs hospital commander and medical operation officer on progress of
recall.

4. Staff sections perform alert functions.
a.
Designate personnel to staff EOC IAW RSOP.

b.
Brief staff officers and DIV/SVC/SEC/TM chiefs on status of recall, as
required.

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GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
5. Hospital operations section performs deployment alert activities. (113-600-2001,
113-637-2001)

a.
Coordinates with brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3 for guidance
concerning deployment requirements.

b.
Issues SOIs, authentication tables, operations codes, frequency, and call
signs to subordinate units.

c.
Directs units to initiate OPSEC procedures.

d.
Activates guard mount to control access to designated restricted areas.

e.
Sends request to supply and service division for maps, if needed.

f.
Establishes secure communications with medical brigade DCSSPO/medical
group S2/S3 and/or installation EOC.

g.
Identifies liaison to medical brigade/medical group HQ, as required.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
1 2 3 4 5 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
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
301-371-1050 IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY STP 21-1-SMCT
(OPSEC) MEASURES

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
DODDOA-012484
ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT
TASK: ESTABLISH THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (63-1-8051.08-705L) (FM 8-10-14). (FM 101-5). (FM 3-19.30) (FM 63-3). (FM 8-10)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital commander has directed that the EOC be established. Hospital personnel
have been recalled. Personnel and equipment required to establish the EOC are available. The location
of EOC has been designated. The movement SOP, movement plan/order and security plan are
available. The hospital communicates with higher and lower HQ by analog and/or digital communications
or messenger. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The EOC is established IAW the RSOP and commander's guidance and within the time specified by the XO or medical operations officer.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. XO or medical operations officer supervises establishment of the EOC.

a.
Identifies EOC requirements and layout by reviewing the RSOP and
commander's guidance.

b.
Directs operations section to set up EOC IAW RSOP and commander's
guidance.

c.
Assigns EOC work areas to staff elements.

d.
Directs staff sections to set up EOC work areas IAW RSOP and
commander's guidance.

2. Operations section sets up EOC. (071-329-1019, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)
a.
Identifies work areas that facilitate immediate access of personnel to all
required information.

b.
Sets up internal arrangement of EOC IAW XO or medical operations officer
guidance.

c.
Establishes communications and/or data processing in order of the priority
specified in the movement plan/order and/or RSOP.

d.
Sets up maps, map overlays, informational displays, and status boards.

e.
Establishes areas for processing incoming and outgoing messages.

f.
Establishes hospital commander's work area.

g.
Establishes hospital commander's briefing area.

h.
Prepares EOC manning schedule.

i.
Establishes policy files, records, staff journals; and section workbooks.

j.
Sets up area access and security IAW the RSOP and security plan.

k.
Prepares EOC access roster.

I.
Distributes EOC access roster IAW security plan and RSOP.

m.
Briefs XO or medical operations officer upon completion of the EOC setup.

3. Staff sections set up EOC work areas.
a.
Position equipment IAW RSOP.

b.
Establish policy files, records, staff journals, and section workbooks.

c.
Set up maps and status boards displaying status of deployment operations.

d.
Set up briefing area for daily situational briefings.

e.
Brief XO or medical operations officer when work areas are established.

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TASK PERFORMANCE I EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK 3 4 5 TOTAL
ITERATION 1 2
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
071-329-1019 Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via .a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS
TASK: OPERATE THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (63-1-8052.08-705L) (FM 8-10-14). (AR 220-10). (FM 100-10) (FM 101-5). (FM 3-0). (FM 3-19.30) (FM 63-3). (FM 8-10) (Circle)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Hospital deployment activities have commenced. Staff journals, workbooks, current maps, overlays, the RSOP, movement plan/order, movement directive, and physical security plan are available. The operation of the EOC is required to coordinate the hospital's deployment activities. Wheeled vehicles and equipment move to the APOE/SPOE by convoy or rail. The EOC communicates with the installation EOC, ITO, medical brigade/medical group HQ, and subordinate elements by analog and/or digital communications or messenger.
NOTE: Unit specific FMs dictate how each unit EOC operates. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Hospital deployment activities and information dissemination are performed IAW the RSOP and commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. XO or medical operations officer supervises EOC operations.

a.
Inspects entry and exit procedures for compliance with the physical security
plan.

b.
Assigns specific areas of responsibility and work shifts to all assigned
members.

c.
Monitors the performance of personnel in their functional areas to ensure
compliance with established guidance and the RSOP.

d.
Provides briefings on current situation to the hospital commander, as
required.

2. EOC performs deployment support duties. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)
a.
Maintains staff journal(s) and entries IAW current command policy and
RSOP.

b.
Maintains SEC workbook(s) that contain incoming messages and reports
under the appropriate heading and cross-references.

c.
Maintains current maps and overlays depicting all routes and locations that
affect the EOC's operation.

d.
Maintains current journal files that contain material necessary to support all
daily EOC and section journal entries.

e.
Submits deployment readiness reports to medical brigade/medical group
HQ and installation EOC IAW RSOP and commander's guidance, as
required.

3. EOC monitors movement of subordinate elements' equipment to SPOE. (113-
600-2001, 113-637-2001, 551-88N-0004)

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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
NOTE: For digitally equipped units, these actions will be performed using components of the ABCS (e.g., FBCB2, MTS, MCS, etc.).
a.
Monitors rail loading and convoy staging activities for compliance with the
movement order.

b.
Maintains communications with each subordinate element IAW movement
order and RSOP.

c.
Monitors SP, check point, RP and closing reports from convoy commanders
for compliance with movement order.

d.
Posts subordinate elements' movement progress on the situation map.

e.
Annotates subordinate elements' march progress on road movement
graphs.

f.
Provides corrective actions to subordinate elements when deviations from
movement order occur (speed, interval, route adjustments).

g.
Provides coordination for emergency support between subordinate
elements and area support units, based on the type and level of
emergency.

h.
Provides current movement status of subordinate elements to the medical
operations officer and hospital commander.

i.
Records closing reports from subordinate elements upon receipt.

j.
Provides final movement report upon receipt of all closing reports to
hospital commander and medical brigade/medical group HQ.

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
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
551-88N-0004 Coordinate Unit Movement STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
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ELEMENTS: HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV
TASK: SUPERVISE HOSPITAL DEPLOYMENT/REDEPLOYMENT ACTIVITIES (63-1-8053.08-705L) (FM 101 -5). (AR 220-10). (FM 100-10) (FM 100-17). (FM 3-0). (FM 55-65)
(FM 63-3). (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Hospital deployment/redeployment activities have commenced. The hospital is located in the home station UAA or RAA and the EOC/CP is established. The gaining overseas command has provided a SRP information message indicating ultimate destination and deployability criteria. The RSOP, movement plan/order, and TSOP are available. The hospital HQ communicates with the installation EOC, ITO, the medical brigade/medical group HQ, support agencies, teams (e.g., advance party, MSTs, CTs, etc.), subordinate elements and rear detachment by analog and/or digital communications or messenger. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Deployment/redeployment activities are planned and implemented IAW the RSOP and hospital commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Hospital commander directs deployment/redeployment activities.

a.
Identifies deployment/redeployment mission requirements by reviewing

. warning order and appropriate CONPLANs.
b.
Provides initial planning guidance to staff and subordinate elements.

c.
Directs hospital adjutant to coordinate SRP processing.

d.
Directs personnel and equipment cross-leveling actions.

e.
Submits recommendations to medical brigade/medical group HQ
commander that selected personnel attending formal school be allowed to
complete course work, if appropriate (deployment).

f.
Directs recall of personnel on TDY, attending school, or in authorized leave'
status, if appropriate (deployment).

g.
Directs medical operations officer to issue deployment/redeployment
warning order and movement plan/order.

h.
Directs implementation of physical security and OPSEC plans.

i.
Briefs staff and subordinate elements on deployment/redeployment mission
IAW AR 220-10 and FM 55-65.

j.
Conducts overseas orientation IAW AR 220-10.

k.
Verifies subordinate commanders clear installation prior to deployment.

I.
Conducts periodic IPRs to monitor preparations for deployment, issue and
exchange detailed guidance, refine movement plans, resolve issues, and
coordinate support for the deployment.

m.
Conducts liaison to higher HQ, as required.

*
2. XO supervises staff activities.

a.
Implements commander's directives in staff planning and policy making.

b.
Assigns staff responsibilities for updating movement plan/order.

c.
Directs staff sections to provide personnel for deployment/redeployment
teams (e.g., advance party, MSTs, rear detachment, etc.).

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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
d.
Directs staff sections to provide input for movement plan/order update.

e.
Formulates staff operating policies.

f.
Monitors all staff actions for conformity to commander's guidance.

g.
Coordinates deployment/redeployment mission with company HQ commander and/or DIV/SVC/TM/SEC chiefs.

h.
Supervises the operations of the EOC/CP.

3. Staff officers supervise staff sections.
a.
Identify all specified and implied tasks that must be accomplished in order to deploy/redeploy by reviewing the movement directive, RSOP, movement plan/order, OPLAN/CONPLANs, and commander's guidance.

b.
Exchange pertinent information, that is relevant to the
deployment/redeployment with other staff sections.

c.
Provide information update(s) to hospital commander and EOC/CP on areas that are critical to the deployment/redeployment mission.

d.
Direct preparation of input to the operations section for the update of plans, orders, and commander's overseas orientation, as required.

e.
Provide personnel for deployment/redeployment teams, as required.

f.
Forward deployment/redeployment status reports to medical brigade/medical group HQ and addressees, as required.

g.
Forward personnel and logistics reports IAW medical brigade/medical group HQ guidance.

4. Command section supervises activities of subordinate elements. (113-600­2001, 113-637-2001)

a.
Monitors performance for subordinate elements to ensure required level of proficiency as prescribed in RSOP, plans, policies, directives, and the TSOP.

b.
Monitors external support plans to determine overall effectiveness IAW RSOP.

c.
Assigns specific tasks to subordinate elements, as required.

d.
Monitors implementation of decisions, directives, and instructions to determine subordinate elements' compliance.

e.
Issues FRAGOs to implement changes to the movement plan/order and annexes, as required.

*
5. Hospital commander and/or XO supervises rear detachment activities.

a.
Appoints rear detachment commander.

b.
Approves rear detachment staffing.

c.
Approves rear detachment plan.

d.
Monitors rear detachment activities for compliance with rear detachment plan.

6. Administrative division performs deployment activities.
a.
Coordinates PAO briefings for deploying units.

b.
Verifies appropriate SIDPERS transactions are input for all deploying soldiers once soldiers have completed SRP.

c.
Coordinates with legal representatives on pending legal actions for deploying soldiers.

d.
Completes legal actions, as directed by hospital commander.

7. Staff sections perform readiness activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)
a.
Identify readiness shortfalls of subordinate units based on current USRs.

b.
Evaluate subordinate units' ability to perform mission requirements, based on USRs and other status reports required medical brigade/medical group

• HQ, such as the CSSCS generated PERSTAT and LOGSTAT reports.
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GO NO-GO
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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
c.
Develop plan to correct deficiencies to bring subordinate units to
deployment readiness.

d.
Back up all automation systems prior to systems being prepared for
movement.

e.
Brief hospital commander on readiness activities and status of subordinate
units...

TASK PERFORMANCE I 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

113-600-2001.Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone.STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001.Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a.STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV ADMINISTRATION DIV HOSP OPERATIONS SECT
TASK: UPDATE MOVEMENT PLAN/ORDER (63-1-8054.08-705L)
(FM 55-65). (FM 100-17) (FM 101-5)
(FM 63-3). (FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-14)

1.2.3.4.5.(Circle)
ITERATION:.
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital commander has directed that the movement plan/order be updated; and the XO has assigned staff responsibilities. Hospital commander has provided his deployment guidance and concept of operations. The medical operations officer has staff responsibility for consolidation, publication, and distribution of the movement plan/order. Movement plan becomes movement order upon implementation. The movement directive, deployment (SRP) information message, RSOP, movement plan/order, and CONPLAN/OPLAN are available. The hospital staff continuously receives messages from the installation EOC, ITO, higher HQ, and subordinate units by analog and/or digital communications or messenger. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The movement plan/order is updated IAW FM 55-65, FM 101-5, and the RSOP, movement directive, and commander's guidance and within the time prescribed by the hospital commander or XO.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. XO and medical operations officer perform a time analysis.
a.
Calculate total time remaining for each step in the
deployment/redeployment commences (C-DAY).

b.
Identify all steps in the deployment/redeployment process.

c.
Assign time limitation for each step in the deployment/redeployment
process.

d.
Disseminate time limitations to all staff sections.

2. Operations section coordinates staffing for deployment teams. (113-600-2001,
113-637-2001)

a.
Identifies personnel and equipment requirements for deployment teams by
reviewing RSOP, movement plan/order, CONPLAN/OPLAN, and
commander's guidance.

b.
Coordinates with staff sections to provide deployment teams requirements.

c.
Forwards personnel and equipment requirements for deployment teams to
hospital commander and/or XO for approval or modification.

d.
Incorporates personnel and equipment requirements for deployment teams
into updated movement plan/order.

3. Staff sections provide input to movement plan/order update. (113-600-2001,
113-637-2001, 551-88N-0002)

a.
Identify internal support requirements by reviewing movement directive,
SRP information message, hospital commander's guidance, and
appropriate CONPLAN/OPLANs.

b.
Identify external support requirements by reviewing RSOP and status
reports from subordinate elements.

c.
Adjust preplanned requirements, as required.

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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES d. Verify availability of required support by coordinating with appropriate hospital elements and/or installation deployment support organizations. e. Update appropriate staff portions or the movement plan/order, as required. f. Provide updated movement plan/order input to operations section. GO NO-GO
4. Operations section updates movement plan/order. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 551-88N-0002) a. Verifies staff input for completeness and compliance with hospital commander's guidance. b. Prepares updated copy of movement plan/order with annexes. c. Forwards draft copy to hospital commander or XO for approval or modification. d. Distributes movement plan/order update JAW movement plan/order distribution list using analog and/or digital communications (e.g., FBCB2, MC4, etc.).
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
Task Number 113-600-2001 113-637-2001 551-88N-0002 SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS Task Title References Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT Secure Net Prepare for Unit Move STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE

DODD0A-012493
ELEMENTS: HOSP OPERATIONS SECT ADMINISTRATION DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV COMPANY HEADQUARTERS HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS
TASK: COORDINATE SOLDIER READINESS PROCESSING SUPPORT (63-1-8055.08-705L) (AR 220-10). (FM 100-17). (FM 55-10) (FM 55-65). (FM 63-3). (FM 8-10)
(FM 8-10-14)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Hospital commander has directed SRP to be conducted and that the overseas orientation be prepared. All subordinate elements are deploying as part of the hospital deployment. The movement directive, SRP information message, RSOP, movement plan/order are available. The hospital staff continuously receives messages from the installation EOC, ITO, higher HQ, and subordinate units by analog and/or digital communications or messenger. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: SRP support is coordinated IAW RSOP, hospital commander's guidance, AR 220­10, and FM 55-65 and a SRP schedule is distributed.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Hospital adjutant supervises SRP.

a.
Identifies deployability criteria by reviewing the SRP information message.

b.
Approves SRP schedule.

c.
Monitors SRP for compliance with RSOP and SRP schedule.

d.
Coordinates adjustment to the SRP schedule with appropriate subordinate
element and/or SRP supporting organization, as required.

e.
Briefs hospital commander, staff, company HQ commander, and
DIV/SVC/TM/SEC chiefs on status of SRP, as required.

2. Administration division coordinates SRP support. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001,
151-357-0002, 805C-PAD-4359)

a.
Identifies SRP requirements by reviewing RSOP, movement directive,
commander's guidance, AR 220-10, and FM 55-65.

b.
Requests hospital staff elements and subordinate elements to provide SRP
support, as appropriate.

c.
Coordinates with the medical brigade/medical group HQ for SRP support.

d.
Submits SRP requests and deploying personnel rosters to SRP support
organizations IAW RSOP.

3. Administration division publishes SRP schedule. . .
a.
Verifies SRP date and time with installation EOC and appropriate
supporting organizations.

b.
Prepares SRP schedule for subordinate elements based on coordination
with installation EOC and supporting organization.

c.
Submits SRP schedule to hospital adjutant for approval or modification.

d.
Distributes SRP schedule to all appropriate staff sections and subordinate
elements.

4. Staff sections prepare input to commander's overseas orientation.
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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
a.
Identify mission support requirements by reviewing movement directive,
SRP information message, commander's guidance, and appropriate
CONPLAN/OPLANs.

b.
Identify characteristics of theater of operations that impact on unit's mission
performance, e.g. topography, climate, demographics, political stability,
traditions, and customs.

c.
Provide commander's overseas orientation input to operations section.

5. Administration division prepares the commander's overseas orientation. .
a.
Verifies staff input for completeness.

b.
Prepares commander's overseas orientation briefing and supporting
material.

c.
Forwards overseas orientation briefing material to hospital commander or . X0.

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
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
151-357-0002 Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) STP 21-24-SMCT
Operations
805C-PAD-4359 Manage Soldier's Deployment Requirements STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
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ELEMENT: ADMINISTRATION DIV
TASK: PROVIDE DEPLOYMENT PERSONNEL AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES SUPPORT (63-1-8056.08-705L) (FM 126). (AR 220-10). (AR 230-3)
-
(AR 25-400-2). (AR 600-8-104). (AR 614-185)
(AR 614-200). (DA PAM 600-8-1).(DA PAM 600-8-2)
(DOD 7000.14-R VOL 5).(FM 14-100). (FM 63-3)
(FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)

ITERATION:. 1.2.3 4.
5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Adjustment to unit strengths and coordination for administrative support are required prior to the hospital's deployment to an overseas site. All subordinate elements are deploying as part of the hospital deployment. SRP has been completed. The movement directive, SRP message, RSOP, and movement plan/order are available. The administrative division continuously receives messages from the installation EOC, ITO, installation deployment support organizations, medical brigade/medical group HQ, and subordinate elements by analog and/or digital communications or messenger. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Personnel and administrative service support are provided IAW AR 614-185, AR 614-200, FM 12-6, RSOP, and commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Hospital adjutant supervises readiness actions.

a.
Directs personnel screening IAW AR 220-10.

b.
Recommends to hospital commander cross-leveling actions and disposition
of personnel on TDY, attending school, in authorized leave status IAW
commander's guidance.

c.
Directs recall of personnel on TDY, attending school, in authorized leave
status IAW commander's guidance

d.
Directs cross-leveling of personnel IAW commander's guidance.

e.
Coordinates personnel replacement and disposition of excess and

. nondeployable personnel with medical brigade DCSPER/medical group S1.
f.
Directs disposition of excess and nondeployable personnel IAW medical
brigade/medical group instruction.

g.
Briefs hospital commander and XO on personnel readiness status, as
required.

2. Administrative division performs personnel screening. (113-600-2001, 113-637­2001)

a.
Identifies SRP officer and enlisted personnel attending schools, TDY, and
in authorized leave status.

b.
Recalls personnel attending school, TDY, and in authorized leave status
IAW hospital adjutant's guidance.

c.
Reports all unfilled school quotas to medical brigade DCSPER/medical
group S1 IAW AR 220-10.

d.
Identifies individual deployability criteria by reviewing SRP information
message and AR 220-10.. ..

e.
Identifies nondeployable personnel by reviewing personnel records, SRP
results, and commander's guidance.

f.
Prepares deployment personnel status report.

g.
Forwards list of POR qualified personnel to hospital adjutant.

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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
h. Briefs hospital adjutant on hospital deployment personnel status.
3. Administrative division performs cross-leveling of personnel. (805C-PAD-2461)
a.
Identifies personnel overages and shortage by grade, MOS, and MOS
qualification by reviewing personnel status reports.

b.
Verifies personnel overages and shortages by reviewing subordinate
elements' personnel status reports.

c.
Redistributes personnel within the hospital based on hospital adjutant and
hospital commander's guidance.

d.
Recalculates personnel overages and shortages by grade, MOS, and MOS
qualification.

e.
Transfers nondeployable personnel as directed by medical brigade/medical
group HQ.

f.
Updates SIDPERS records, as required.

4. Administrative division performs personnel disposition functions.
a.
Forwards copies of movement directive to school commandant for
personnel who will join unit in theater upon completion of school.

b.
Requests disposition instructions for excess and nondeployable personnel
from medical brigade DCSPER/medical group S1.

c.
Reassigns excess and nondeployable personnel IAW medical brigade
DCSPER/medical group S1 instructions.

d.
Clears unavailable nondeployable personnel IAW medical brigade
DCSPER/medical group S1 instructions.

5. Administrative division performs personnel replacement functions.
a.
Submits officer requisitions IAW AR 614-185.

b.
Submits enlisted requisitions IAW AR 614-200.

c.
Assigns filler personnel IAW AR 614-185, AR 614-200, and hospital
adjutant guidance.

6. Administrative division provides personnel service support. (113-600-2001, 113-
637-2001, 151-357-0002, 805C-PAD-1245, 805C-PAD-2402)

a.
Identifies personnel service requirements by reviewing the movement
directive, movement plan/order, SRP information message, and RSOP.

b.
Submits requests for personnel service support from the medical brigade
DCSPER/medical group S1, as required.

c.
Coordinates for postal support with supporting AG.

d.
Coordinates for recreational equipment and service with installation
recreational service officer (DPCA).

e.
Coordinates for Red Cross support with the regional ARC.

f.
Coordinates for religious support with installation chaplain, as required.

g.
Coordinates press and hometown news releases with the installation PAO.

h.
Coordinates for disposition of POV and storage of personal property with
PMO.

i.
Appoints hospital paying agent(s) on hospital orders IAW FM 14-100, if
required.

j.
Appoints ordering officer on hospital orders to purchase goods and services

at OCONUS sites, if required. NOTE: A paying agent cannot simultaneously serve as an ordering officer.
k.
Closes out unit funds IAW AR 230-3 and the RSOP.

I.
Provides personnel service input for the movement plan/order to the
operations section.

7. Administrative division provides records management support.
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a.
Identifies personnel records to accompany unit to theater of operations JAW
AR 25-400-2.

b.
Identifies records to be transferred to records holding area.

c.
Directs units to prepare and maintain abbreviated records PAW AR 600-8­

104.
d. Provides records management input for the rear detachment plan to the
operation section.

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
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
151-357-0002 Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) STP 21-24-SMCT
Operations
805C-PAD-2402 Provide Input on Personnel Actions Affecting STP 21-24-SMCT
Subordinates
805C-PAD-2461 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status STP 21-24-SMCT
Report)

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENT: ADMINISTRATION DIV
TASK: COORDINATE FAMILY ASSISTANCE SUPPORT (63-1-8057.08-705L) (FM 55-65). (FM 100-17). (FM 63-3) (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Request for family assistance is received from subordinate elements and individual families. All subordinate elements are deploying as part of the hospital deployment. The family assistant plan, RSOP, and movement plan/order are available. The hospital staff continuously receives messages from the installation EOC, ITO, installation deployment support organizations, medical brigade/medical group HQ, and subordinate elements by analog and/or digital communications or messenger. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Family assistance support is coordinated and the updated family assistance plan is distributed IAW the RSOP and commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Hospital adjutant supervises family assistance activities.

a.
Appoints family assistance officer(s), as required.

b.
Approves updated family assistance plan.

c.
Monitors family assistance briefings and activities for compliance with the
family assistance plan and commander's guidance.

d.
Briefs hospital commander, XO, company HQ commander, subordinate
element chiefs, and rear detachment commander on family assistance
requirements and availability of support.

2. Administrative division coordinates family assistance support. (113-600-2001,
113-637-2001, 151-357-0002, 805C-PAD-1245)


.a. Identifies family assistance support requirements by reviewing RSOP,
subordinate element reports, and hospital commander guidance.

b.
Coordinates with staff sections for family assistance requirements.

c.
Coordinates with all staff sections for input to family assistance plan update.

d.
Coordinates for family assistance support (e.g., ACS, AER, SJA, and Red
Cross) with installation agencies.

e.
Coordinates with the chief of ACS to conduct or participate in family support
briefings IAW installation deployment plan.

f.
Briefs hospital adjutant on family assistance support.

3. Administrative division updates family assistance plan.
a.
Verifies staff input for completeness and compliance with commander's
guidance.

b.
Prepares updated copy of family assistance plan.

c.
Forwards draft copy to hospital adjutant for approval or modification.

d.
Distributes updated family assistance plan IAW movement plan.

4. Administrative division provides support to families. (805C-PAD-1245)
a. Establishes family assistance briefing site and schedules. .
t
b.
Prepares family assistance information packet detailing available support.

c.
Conducts family assistance briefings IAW briefing schedule.

d.
Provides family assistance information packet to families.

e.
Refers personnel requiring assistance to appropriate agencies.

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5. Hospital family support group representatives perform family assistance
activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 805C-PAD-1245)

a.
Communicate with all unit-level representatives at least once every week
during deployment.

b.
Conduct hospital family support group meetings with unit level
representatives to address family member concerns.

c.
Disseminate information through family support group channels.

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
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
151-357-0002 Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) STP 21-24-SMCT
Operations

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
DODDOA-012500
ELEMENT: HOSP OPERATIONS SECT
TASK: COORDINATE DEPLOYMENT TRAINING SUPPORT (63-1-8058.08-705L) (FM 55-65). (FM 100-17). (FM 63-3) (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Training deficiencies exist within hospital. Training is required before the hospital deploys to an overseas site. Training status reports are being received from subordinate elements. The movement directive, RSOP, movement plan/order, deployment PLAN/CONPLANs/OPORD, and SRP information message are available. The hospital staff continuously receives messages from the installation EOC, ITO, the medical brigade/medical group HQ, and subordinate elements by analog
and/or digital communications or messenger. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Coordination for deployment training support is accomplished IAW RSOP and hospital commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Operations section supervises deployment training.
a.
Identifies training requirements by reviewing RSOP, movement plan/order,
deployment OPLAN/CONPLANs/OPORD, SRP information message,
subordinate element training reports, and hospital commander's guidance.

b.
Provides guidance on training requirements and priorities.

c.
Approves training schedule.

d.
Monitors training for compliance with training schedule and commander's
guidance.

.
e.
Coordinates adjustments to the training schedule with appropriate element
chief or organization providing training support, as required.

f.
Verifies personnel have completed training by reviewing subordinate
elements training reports.

g.
Briefs hospital, staff, and subordinate element commanders and chiefs on
status of training, as required.

2. Operations section publishes deployment training schedules. (113-600-2001,
113-637-2001, 151-357-0002)

a.
Coordinates with hospital staff and subordinate elements for training
support, as required.

b.
Submits training support requests to appropriate installation support
agencies IAW RSOP and.medical operations officer guidance.

c.
Prepares training schedule for subordinate elements based on coordination
with supporting organizations.

d.
Submits training schedule to medical operations officer for approval or
modification.

e.
Distributes training schedule to appropriate staff sections and subordinate
elements.

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TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK 5 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
References
Task Number Task Title
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
151-357-0002 Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) STP 21-24-SMCT
Operations

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENT: HOSP OPERATIONS SECT
-
-
TASK: PERFORM DEPLOYMENT INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT FUNCTIONS (63 -1 8059.08705L)
(FM 34-3). (AR 190-13). (AR 350-1)
(AR 380-5). (FM 100-10)
(AR 380-15).
(FM 3-0). (FM 34-80). (FM 63-3)
(FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14). (FM 8-10-8)

2.3.4.5.(Circle)
ITERATION:. 1.
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital has received a deployment warning order and the hospital commander has issued his guidance. All subordinate elements are deploying as part of the hospital deployment. The OPSEC plan, physical security plan, SOI/SSI, movement directive, RSOP, deployment OPLAN/CONPLANs/OPORD, and SRP information message are available. The hospital staff continuously receives messages from the installation EOC, ITO, the medical brigade/medical group HQ, and subordinate elements by analog and/or digital communications or messenger. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Intelligence is disseminated to subordinate elements and intelligence support function are accomplished IAW medical brigade/medical group operations branch instructions, RSOP and the hospital commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Operations section implements physical security procedures. (113-600-2001,
113-637-2001, 191-376-4114, 301-371-1050)

a.
Designates EOC as a restricted area.

b.
Provides access roster of personnel authorized access to restricted areas.

c.
Provides list of authorized classified document couriers, security managers,
custodians, and alternates to the medical command/medical brigade HQ.

d.
Provides a list of area physical security actions taken to the medical
brigade/medical
group HQ..

e.
Monitors physical security activities for compliance with physical security
plan, RSOP, and commander's guidance.

2. Operations section implements commander's OPSEC program. (113-600-2001,
113-637-2001, 301-371-1050)

a.
Conducts OPSEC analysis to identify OPSEC requirements.

b.
Updates OPSEC plan based on analysis.

c.
Implements the OPSEC plan.

d.
Provides feedback on status of OPSEC program to hospital commander
and subordinate elements.

e.
Provides OPSEC input to appropriate orders and plans.

f.
Coordinates with installation MI detachment for OPSEC sweep of hospital
HQ and subordinate elements.

g.
Conducts OPSEC briefings, as required.

3. Operations section provides classified documents and map service. (113-600­2001, 113-637-2001, 805C-PAD-3594)

a. Identifies classified documents and map requirements by reviewing request
form subordinate elements, RSOP, deployment
OPLAN/CONPLANs/OPORD, and hospital commander guidance.

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b. Submits requisitions for classified maps to medical brigade operations bi-anch/medical group S2/S3 section, as required. c. Submits requisitions for classified documents through appropriate channels. d. Distributes classified documents and maps to staff and subordinate elements, as appropriate. e. Requests disposition instructions for classified documents not required from medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section. f. Publishes policies and procedures for transfer of classified documents IAW medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section instructions. g. Maintains accountability of classified documents IAW AR 380-5.
4. Operations section performs personnel security functions. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 301-371-1050) a. Identifies security clearance requirements by reviewing RSOP, deployment OPLAN/CONPLANs/OPORD, SRP information message, and hospital commander guidance. b. Verifies security clearance of deploying soldiers. c. Submits security clearance request to medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section. d. Provides instructions to subordinate elements on the removal of unit patches, badges, and unit insignia on clothing and equipment.
5. Operations section implements SIGSEC activities. (301-371-1050) a. Provides SIGSEC guidance to staff and subordinate elements. b. Monitors all methods of unit communications for compliance with SOI/SSI and RSOP. c. Briefs the medical operations officer on SIGSEC activities.
6. Operations section provides intelligence briefings on theater of operations. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001) a. Coordinates with hospital commander to identify hospital commander's information requirements. b. Requests current intelligence and background information on the theater of operations from medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section. c. Conducts analysis of theater of operations by reviewing deployment OPLAN/CONPLANs/OPORD and appropriate publications. d. Develops intelligence briefing on theater of operations. e. Submits briefing to medical operations officer for approval or modification. f. Briefs hospital commander, staff, and subordinate elements on characteristics of the theater of operations and potential impact on support operations.
TASK PERFORMANCE I 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.

DODD0A-1312504
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS

Task Number Task Title References
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
191-376-4114 Control Entry to and Exit From a Restricted STP 21-1-SMCT
Area
301-371-1050 IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY STP 21-1-SMCT
(OPSEC) MEASURES
805C-PAD-3594 Store Classified Information and Materials STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
DODD0A-012505
ELEMENT: SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV
TASK: PROVIDE DEPLOYMENT LOGISTICS SUPPORT (63-1-8060.08-705L) (FM 10-27-4). (AR 200-1). (AR 220-1) (AR 385-10). (AR 710-2). (AR 710-3)
(FM 100-17)
(DA PAM 710-2-2).(FM 100-10).
(FM 10-15). (FM 14-100). (FM 3-100.4)
(FM 8-10)

(FM 55-65). (FM 63-3).
(FM 8-10-14). (TC 3-34.489)

1.2.3.4.5.(Circle)
ITERATION:.
T.P.U.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.
CONDITIONS: The hospital has received a deployment warning order and the hospital commander has issued his guidance. All subordinate elements are deploying as part of the hospital deployment. Equipment status reports are being received from subordinate elements. The movement directive, movement plan/order, SRP information message, RSOP, port call message, support units AUELs, and OPLAN/CONPLAN are available. The hospital staff continuously receives messages from the installation EOC, ITO, the medical brigade/medical group HQ, and subordinate elements by analog and/or digital communications or messenger. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Deployment logistics support is provided to subordinate elements and coordination for cross-leveling of vehicles and equipment is accomplished IAW RSOP and commander's guidance.
GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
*
1. HSMO supervises deployment logistics support activities.

a.
Identifies logistics requirements by reviewing movement directive, SRP
information message, OPLAN/CONPLAN, and subordinate elements
supply, maintenance, and movement status reports.

b.
Recommends to hospital commander cross-leveling actions.

c.
Directs cross-leveling of supplies and equipment IAW commander's
guidance.

d.
Directs disposition of excess supplies and equipment IAW medical brigade
DCSLOG/medical group S4 instructions.

e.
Prioritizes equipment requiring support maintenance IAW commander's
guidance.

f.
Requests hospital commander appoint ordering officer to make local
purchases.

g.
Monitors supply and maintenance activities, to include medical, for
compliance with RSOP, appropriate publications, and commander's
guidance.

h.
Monitors movement preparation activities for compliance with RSOP,
appropriate publications, and commander's guidance.

i.
Directs elements to turn in keys to element buildings and areas to rear
..detachment commander prior to main body departure.

j.
Obtains deployment project code to facilitate rapid supply actions.

k.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

I.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

m.
Briefs hospital commander or XO on logistics readiness status, as required.

2. Supply and service division provides supply and service support. (101-92Y­0001, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)

a. Identifies special equipment and/or clothing requirements by reviewing
movement directive, SRP information message, and OPLAN/CONPLAN.

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b.
Coordinates for issue of special equipment and/or clothing with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4, installation DOL, and appropriate supporting agencies.

c.
Coordinates for emergency calibration of deploying equipment.

d.
Updates supply requisitions with correct FAD, deployment UICs, and deployment ship to address, as needed.

e.
Verifies all requisitions have been either canceled or updated with a deployment address.

f.
Coordinates for disposition of excess equipment and clothing with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 and/or installation DOL.

g.
Submits requisitions for CONEXs, CONEX inserts, MHE, blocking, bracing, and packing materials to appropriate supporting agencies IAW RSOP.

h.
Provides disposition instructions for excess equipment and clothing to subordinate elements.

i.
Coordinates pick-up of basic and prescribed loads with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 or installation DOL.

j.
Provides instructions for pickup of basic and prescribed loads to
subordinate elements.

k.
Coordinates for POL support for movement to APOE/SPOE with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 or installation DOL.

I.
Monitors the preparation of basic and prescribed loads (Class I, II, Ill, V, VIII, IX) for compliance with RSOP, movement plan/order, and commander's guidance.

m.
Briefs HSMO, as required.

3. Supply and service division coordinates cross-leveling of vehicles, equipment, and supplies. (101-92Y-0004, 101-92Y-0005, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)
a.
Identifies shortages and overages by reviewing subordinate elements vehicle, equipment, and supply status reports.

b.
Reallocates vehicles, equipment and supplies within the hospital IAW commander's guidance.

c.
Submits requisitions for vehicles, equipment, and supplies to medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4.

d.
Submits requisitions for medical supplies and equipment to supporting medical supply agency.

e.
Requests disposition instructions for excess vehicles, equipment, and supplies from medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4.

f.
Updates property book, as required.

g.
Briefs HSMO, as required.

4. Supply and service division provides maintenance support, to include medical maintenance. (091-CLT-3009, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)
a.
Identifies maintenance requirements, to include medical maintenance, by reviewing RSOP, status reports from subordinate elements, and commander's guidance.

b.
Provides MST support to subordinate elements, as required.

c.
Coordinates with supporting maintenance activity, to include medical maintenance for MST, status of equipment in support maintenance, disposition of nondeployable equipment, and float equipment support.

d.
Provides instructions on the disposition of nondeployable vehicles and equipment and float equipment support to subordinate elements (to include medical equipment).

e.
Coordinates with PSA/supporting installation for maintenance support at APOE/SPOE MA.

GO NO-GO
'

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f.
Submits vehicles and equipment to support maintenance IAW HSMO
instructions.

g.
Coordinates for maintenance support (to include medical maintenance) for

movement to APOE/SPOE with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group
S4 or installation DOL.

h.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

i.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

j.
Briefs HSMO, as required.

5. Supply and service division provides movement support. (113-600-2001, 113-
637-2001)

a.
Identifies transportation requirements by reviewing RSOP, movement
plan/order, and subordinate element AUELs.

b.
Coordinates with UMC to verify that subordinate element personnel and
equipment transportation requirements have been submitted and are
accurate.

c.
Provides movement and documentation assistance to subordinate element
UMOs, as required.

d.
Requests scales and MHE support from DOL, as required.

e.
Coordinates with the UMC to verify rail and/or commercial transportation
availability and movement schedules for CONEX containers and outsize,
oversize, or overweight pieces of equipment.

f.
Coordinates with the UMC for convoy clearance, as required.

g.
Submits request(s) for required road march items to supporting supply
activity.

h.
Coordinates subordinate elements en route support requirements with UMC
until all known requirements are fulfilled.

i.
Coordinates with UMC for return transportation support for hospital
personnel from the SPOE to hospital area.

j.
Coordinates advance party and main body personnel transportation
requirements to the APOE with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group
S4 HQ.

k.
Conducts movement status briefing(s) for the hospital, staff, and
subordinate element commanders and chiefs, as necessary.

I.
Briefs HSMO, as required.

*
6. ICUMO coordinates SPOE MA activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)

a.
Monitors staging and processing of vehicles and equipment for compliance
sigh movement order, call forward instructions, and PSA officials'
instructions.

b.
Coordinates with PSA officials to resolve vehicle and equipment processing
deficiencies.

c.
Coordinates disposition of frustrated vehicles and cargo with supporting
installation personnel.

d.
Coordinates with port commander's representatives to verify arrangement
for supercargoes.

e.
Briefs HSMO, as required.

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TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK 2 3 4 5 TOTAL
ITERATION 1
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
091-CLT-3009 Supervise Maintenance Operations STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 9-63814-SM-TG
101-92Y-0001 Supervise Supply Activities STP 21-24-SMCT
101-92Y-0004 Enforce Property Accountability Policies STP 21-24-SMCT
101-92Y-0005 Enforce Compliance with Property STP 21-24-SMCT

Accountability Policies
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
DODD0A-012509
ELEMENT: HOSP OPERATIONS SECT
PROVIDE DEPLOYMENT ADVANCE PARTY ACTIVITIES (63-1-8061.08-705L)
(FM 10017). (FM 55-65). (FM 63-3)
(FM 8-10) -. (FM 8-10-14)

TASK:
2.3.4.5.(Circle)
ITERATION:. 1.
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital has received a deployment warning order and the hospital commander has issued his guidance. Subordinate elements provide personnel and equipment to the advance party. The movement plan/order, RSOP, advance party plan, and TSOP are available. The hospital staff continuously receives messages from the medical brigade/medical group HQ and subordinate elements by analog and/or digital communications or messenger. CONUS logistics and movement support is provided to the deployment logistics support advance party by the supporting installation and MTMC, respectively. Theater logistics support is provided to the advance party combatant commander's designated support organization. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Advance party operations are planned and implemented IAW RSOP, movement plan/order, TSOP, and hospital commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Operations section plans advance party operations. (113-600-2001, 113-637­2001)

a.
Identifies advance party requirements by reviewing RSOP, movement
plan/order, TSOP, and commander's guidance.

b.
Updates advance party plan IAW commander's guidance.

c.
Coordinates with staff sections and subordinate elements for personnel and
equipment for the advance party IAW advance party plan.

d.
Briefs advance party OIC on advance party requirements and operations.

*
2. Advance party OIC supervises advance party predeployment activities.

a.
Identifies advance party support requirements by reviewing advance party
plan, movement plan/order, RSOP, and medical operations officer and
commander's guidance.

b.
Coordinates with supply and service division for advance party logistics and
transportation support.

c.
Coordinates with company HQ UMO for movement instructions and
documentation support.

d.
Identifies hospital organization, movement configuration, movement
schedule, and ultimate destination by reviewing movement plan/order,
subordinate element DELs, and CONPLAN/OPLANs.

e.
Identifies planned operational locations and mission support requirements
by reviewing CONPLAN/OPLANs.

f.
Revises advance party plan, as required, in coordination with medical • operations officer.

g.
Briefs hospital, staff, subordinate element commanders and chiefs, and
advance party personnel on advance party plan, as required.

3. Advance party deploys through APOE to APOD. (551-88M-0005)
a.. Prepares vehicles for air movement.

b.
Deploys IAW movement order.

c.
Performs APOD activities for deployment.

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4. Advance party coordinates reception of main body. (113-600-2001, 113-637-
2001)

a.
Coordinates with AACG for arrival schedule and reception of the main
body.

b.
Coordinates with PMCT for movement of personnel to MA.

c.
Coordinates with PSA for ship arrival schedule and movement to equipment
to MA.

d.
Provides personnel to PSA for movement of equipment to MA, as required.

e.
Provides hospital organization, movement configuration, movement
schedule, and ultimate destination to PMCT.

f.
Coordinates with designated supporting organization for main body logistics
and maintenance support requirements.

g.
Briefs hospital commander, staff, and subordinate elements commanders
and chiefs on reception and onward movement plans, as required.

5. Advance party coordinates mission operations. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)
a.
Provides hospital organization, movement configuration, movement
schedule, and ultimate destination to medical brigade/medical group HQ.

b.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3 for
current operational and tactical situation.

c.
Identifies preliminary liaison requirements with supporting and supported
activities.

d.
Briefs hospital commander, staff, and subordinate elements commanders
and chiefs on operational and tactical situation, as required.

TASK PERFORMANCE I 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
113-600-2001.Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone .STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001.Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a.STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
551-88M-0005.Operate a Vehicle in a Convoy. STP 21-1-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
DODD0A-012511

ELEMENTS: HOSP OPERATIONS SECT
SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV
ADMINISTRATION DIV
TASK: COORDINATE ONWARD MOVEMENT (63-1-8062.08-705L)
(FM 100-17). (FM 55-65). (FM 63-3)
(FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)
5.M.(Circle)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital and subordinate elements main bodies have arrived at the APOD. The advance party OIC has briefed the hospital commander and staff on the support available in the marshalling/staging area. The PSA moves the hospital's vehicles and equipment from the SPOD to the marshalling/staging area. Administrative and logistics support is provided by an organization designated by the combatant commander. The movement control element provides movement instructions from the TSB to the TAA. The RSOP and TSOP are available. The movement control element monitors the hospital's movement to the TM. The hospital staff continuously receives messages from higher HQ and subordinate elements by analog and/or digital communications or messenger. Some iterations of this
task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The main body arrives in the TM IAW commander's guidance. At MOPP4,
performance degradation factors will significantly increase movement time and preparation.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Command section supervises intransit activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001,
151-357-0002)

a.
Coordinates with higher echelon staff on tactical situation and future
support operations.

b.
Provides staff sections guidance on intransit support requirements and
onward movement priorities.

c.
Establishes liaison with supporting organizations that are providing intransit
support and movement priorities.

d.
Briefs hospital commander, staff, and subordinate elements commanders
and chiefs, as required.

2. Administrative division coordinates intransit support. (113-600-2001, 113-637-
2001, 151-357-0002)

a.
Coordinates with designated support unit for administration and personnel
service support, as required.

b.
Coordinates with designated medical support unit for medical support, as
required.

c.
Briefs hospital commander, staff, and subordinate elements commanders
and chiefs on intransit support.

3. Supply and service division coordinates marshalling/staging area logistics
support. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 151-357-0002)

a.
Coordinates with designated support unit for field feeding and logistics
support, as required.

b.
Provides instructions to subordinate elements on inventory, inspection, and
property transfer and accountability procedures.

c.
Identifies maintenance and repair parts requirements, to include medical
maintenance, by monitoring subordinate element maintenance status
reports.

d.
Coordinates with designated support unit for maintenance and repair parts
support, to include medical maintenance, as required.

e.
Provides instructions to subordinate elements on drawing weapons, fuel,
ammunition, and supplies required for movement to TAA.

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f. Briefs hospital commander, staff, and subordinate elements commanders and chiefs on intransit support.
*
4. HSMO coordinates onward movement to TAA. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 151-357-0002)

a.
Coordinates with supporting movement control element for detailed
movement instructions.

b.
Provides movement instructions to operations section.

c.
Monitors supporting units AUEL updates for compliance with movement order and RSOP.

d.
Monitors vehicle preparation and rail loading operations for compliance with movement instructions, appropriated publications, and commander's guidance.

e.
Monitors preparation of movement documentation for compliance with appropriate publications and MCA/MCT instructions.

f.
Briefs hospital commander, staff, and subordinate elements commanders and chiefs/UMOs on movement, as required.

5. Operations section supervises preparation and movement to TAA. (113-600­2001, 113-637-2001)

a.
Consolidates staff input for intransit support and movement instructions.

b.
Issues movement order/FRAGO, maps, and SOI/SSIs IAW commander's guidance.

c.
Monitors subordinate element preparation for convoy operations for
compliance with movement order/FRAGO.

d.
Monitors movement of hospital.

e.
Forwards SP crossing reports, check point times; and closing reports to supporting movement control element.

f.
Reports arrival in TAA to medical brigade/medical group operations branch.

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
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT 113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT Secure Net
.
151-357-0002 Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) STP 21-24-SMCT Operations
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
NO-GO

TOTAL
ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT ADMINISTRATION DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV
TASK: DIRECT INTEGRATION ACTIVITIES (63-1-8071.08-705L) (FM 100-17). (FM 55-65). (FM 63-3) (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)
5.M.(Circle)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital is in the process of deploying following receipt of an OPORD. The hospital has arrived at the POD, moved through the designated MA/staging site, and has closed in the TAA. Prior to onward movement from the staging area, the hospital verified that it met mission readiness criteria. The hospital initiates C2 procedures with the gaining command. The hospital security plan, hospital access rosters, TSOPs, OPLAN, and current maps are available. The hospital is deploying as part of a higher HQ deployment. Integration activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. The hospital staff continuously receives messages from higher HQ and subordinate elements by analog and/or digital communications or messenger. Some iterations of this task should be performed
in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Personnel and equipment are combat ready and integrated into the operational mission of the gaining tactical force commander.
GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
*
1. Hospital commander supervises integration activities.

a.
Directs TOC to be established IAW TSOP.

b.
Directs analog/digital communications link-up into gaining command net.

c.
Directs hospital HQ to integrate hospital security plan into gaining
command's operational force protection measure.

d.
Directs hospital HQ to integrate into the gaining command's CSS system.

e.
Directs hospital HQ to submit reports IAW gaining command's
TSOP(s)/OPLAN(s).

f.
Provides guidance to staff on corrective actions based on readiness reports
from subordinate units.

g.
Releases consolidated hospital readiness report to higher HQ.

2. Operations section completes integration actions. (113-600-2001, 113-637­2001, 151-357-0002)

a.
Enters tactical analog/digital communications nets.

b.
Establishes hospital TOC.

c.
Integrates hospital into TAA security plan.

d.
Directs stationing of subordinate units within assigned areas.

e.
Clarifies operational mission parameters with gaining command.

f.
Assists subordinate units in correcting readiness deficiencies.

g.
Submits required reports to gaining command.

h.
Conducts training as directed by gaining command.

3. Administration division performs integration activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637­2001, 805C-PAD-2461)

a.
Submits consolidated personnel status report to higher HQ.

b.
Monitors status of soldiers with a special status (e.g., sick, injured, etc.).

c.
Requests replacements, as needed.

d.
Coordinates medical, personnel, religious, MWR, and finance support, as

• required.
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4. Supply and service division performs integration activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001) a. Establishes direct support relationships with various support elements in the support structure (e.g., supply, field services, automation maintenance, maintenance, etc.). b. Provides subordinate units CSS information (e.g., location of supply and maintenance points, field service support information, procedures for resupply, etc.). c. Submits logistics status report in format directed by gaining command.
5. Operations section personnel perform information technology integration activities for radio and tactical automation. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001) a. Establish direct support relationships with gaining command for COMSEC and system/software security materiel. b. Install LAN(s), if available. c. Operate LAN(s), if available. d. Maintain LAN(s), if available. e. Establish hospital NCS. f. Operate hospital NCS. g. Ensure analog/digital communications link-up with higher, adjacent, and supported commands. h. Select signal sites. i. Provide advice on interference problems.
TASK PERFORMANCE I 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.

Task Number
113-600-2001 113-637-2001 151-357-0002 805C-PAD-2461
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Title
Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a Secure Net Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) Operations Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status Report)
References
STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
DODD0A-012515
ELEMENTS: HOSP OPERATIONS SECT
ADMINISTRATION DIV
SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV
TASK: COORDINATE REAR DETACHMENT SUPPORT (63-1-8063.08-705L) (AR 215-1). (FM 100-17)
(FM 55-65).
(FM 63-3). (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)
2.3.4.5.(Circle)
ITERATION:. 1.
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Rear detachment support is required. All subordinate elements are deploying/redeploying as part of the hospital deployment/redeployment. The rear detachment plan, RSOP, and deployment/redeployment movement plan/order are available. The hospital staff continuously receives messages from the installation or theater support organizations, the medical brigade/medical group HQ, and subordinate elements by analog and/or digital communications or messenger. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Rear detachment support is coordinated and the updated rear detachment plan is distributed IAW the RSOP and hospital commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Administrative division coordinates rear detachment personnel and
administrative service support. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 151-357-0002,
805C-PAD-1245)

a.
Identifies personnel and administrative service support requirements by
reviewing the deployment/redeployment movement plan/order, RSOP, and
commander's guidance.

b.
Coordinates rear detachment staffing requirements with staff sections and
subordinate element commanders and chiefs.

c.
Forwards recommendations for rear detachment staffing to hospital
commander for approval.

d.
Coordinates for personnel and administrative service support with medical
brigade DCSPER/medical group S1 or installation/theater support
organizations, as required.

e.
Provides personnel and administrative service support input for the rear
detachment plan update to the operations section.

f.
Coordinates family support group assistance with medical brigade
DCSPER/medical group S1.

g.
Briefs hospital commander, XO, and rear detachment commander on
personnel and administrative service support, as required.

2. Supply and service division coordinates for rear detachment logistics support.
(113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 151-357-0002)

a.
Identifies logistics support requirements by reviewing the
deployment/redeployment movement plan/order, RSOP, rear detachment
plan, and commander's guidance.

b.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 or
installation/theater support organizations for logistics support.

c.
Provides copies of property book, document register, and related


documentation to the rear detachment commander, as required.

d.
Provides logistics support input for the rear detachment plan update to the
operations section.

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e. Briefs hospital commander, XO, and rear detachment commander or rear
detachment logistics support, as required.

3. Hospital operations section updates rear detachment plan.
a.
Verifies staff input for completeness and compliance with commander's
guidance.

b.
Prepares updated copy of rear detachment plan.

c.
Forwards draft copy to hospital commander or XO for approval or
modification.

d.
Distributes rear detachment plan update IAW RSOP.

4. Hospital operations section provides rear detachment support. (113-600-2001,
113-637-2001)

a.
Requests new classified document access roster and safe access listing for
the rear detachment from higher HQ staff element.

b.
Coordinates changing of combinations for safes and arms room for the rear
detachment with higher HQ staff element.

c.
Assists rear detachment to ensure all classified material not deployed with
the unit is properly stored, transferred, or destroyed.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK 5 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
References
. Task Number Task Title
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
151-357-0002 Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) STP 21-24-SMCT
Operations

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
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ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV
TASK: PERFORM HOME STATION REAR DETACHMENT ACTIVITIES (63-1-8064.08-705L) (FM 12-6). (FM 55-65)
(FM 100-17).
(FM 63-3). (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)
1.2.3.4.5.(Circle)
ITERATION:.
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITICNS: The hospital and subordinate elements' main bodies have departed home station. Initial coordination for personnel and administrative service and logistics support was accomplished by hospital staff. Subordinate elements have delivered records and files designated by the hospital adjutant to the rear detachment. Dependents have been briefed on the availability of support from the installation and rear detachment. The RSOP, movement plan/order, family assistance plan, and rear detachment plan are available. The rear detachment receives home station reception requirements from operations section. The rear detachment continuously receives messages from the medical brigade/medical group HQ, by analog and/or digital communications or messenger. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Rear detachment activities are performed IAW the rear detachment plan and hospital commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Rear detachment commander supervises rear detachment activities.

a.
Identifies rear detachment requirements, policies, and procedures by
reviewing the rear detachment plan, family assistance plan, and
commander's guidance.

b.
Conducts inventory and signs for all installation property and equipment
transferred into rear detachment from deploying units.

c.
Publishes a chain of command based on commander's guidance.

d.
Develops rear detachment program to provide service to soldiers and family
remaining in rear.

e.
Briefs rear detachment personnel on rear detachment plan and command
policies.

f.
Verifies availability of personnel and administrative service and logistics
support, by coordinating with DPCA and DOL.

g.
Briefs rear detachment personnel on available personnel and administrative
service and logistics support.

h.
Monitors family support group activities for compliance with family
assistance plan.

i.
Monitors rear detachment activities for compliance with rear detachment
plan.

2. Rear detachment provides administrative and logistics support. (113-600-2001,
113-637-2001, 805C-PAD-1245)

a.
Coordinates with DPCA for SRP of late arrivals and/or replacement
personnel.

b.
Provides administrative and logistics support to late arrivals and/or
replacement personnel IAW rear detachment plan and higher echelon
instructions.

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c.
Redirects mail IAW rear detachment plan.

d.
Maintains records and files IAW rear detachment plan and appropriate publications.

e.
Provides assistance to families IAW the family assistance plan, as required.

f.
Publishes family support chain of command roster for family members.

g.
Coordinates with DPCA for reassignment or rear detachment personnel.

h.
Coordinates with DEH for inspection and disposition of real property, as necessary.


i. Conducts physical security inspections of facilities and storage areas for
damage.
j. Reports damage to facilities and storage areas to PMO and DEH.
3. Rear detachment commander coordinates reception at home station.
a.
Identifies reception requirements by reviewing the RSOP and operations section instructions.

b.
Verifies availability of transportation and intransit support, by coordinating with the ITO.

c.
Identifies any planned welcoming ceremonies, by coordinating with DPCA and PIO.

d.
Coordinates with ITO for transportation of dependents to the APOD.

e.
Notifies dependents of transportation and reception plans.

f.
Provides operations section information on transportation, intransit support, and welcoming ceremonies.

TASK PERFORMANCE I EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO" 1 2 3 4 5 TOTAL •
"*" indicates a leader task step.

SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS Task Number. Task Title.
References
113-600-2001.Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone .STP 21-1-SMCT 113-637-2001.Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a .STP 21-1-SMCT Secure Net
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
DODD0A-012519
ELEMENTS: ADMINISTRATION DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV
COORDINATE RECONSTITUTION FOR REDEPLOYMENT (63-1-8065.08-705L)
(FM 100-17)...(FM 55-65). (FM 63-3)
(FM 8-10)

TASK:
1.2.3.4.5.(Circle)
ITERATION:.
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital has received a redeployment warning order and the commander has issued redeployment guidance. The hospital and subordinate elements are located in the AA. All personnel are present or accounted for, weapons and sensitive equipment have been secured, and inventories of vehicles, equipment, and supplies including medical, have been conducted. Personnel and equipment status reports are being received from subordinate elements. The hospital staff continuously receives messages from the medical brigade/medical group HQ and subordinate elements by analog and/or digital communications or messenger. The RSOP and redeployment warning order are available.
NOTE: The TAA and RAA may be combined, depending on the size of the theater and the combatant commander's guidance. The redeployment sequence is based on theater constraints and CINC's guidance. Intermediate steps and actions may be required to supplement TAA and RAA movement, to include further defining RAA activities by establishing a final staging area. This task should not be trained
in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Reconstitution for redeployment is coordinated IAW RSOP and the hospital
commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Administrative division coordinates cross-leveling of personnel.
a.
Identifies personnel shortages and overages by grade and MOS by
reviewing subordinate element's status reports.

b.
Reassigns personnel within the hospital IAW the hospital commander's
guidance.

.
c.
Recalculates personnel shortages and overages by grade and MOS.

d.
Submits personnel requisitions to medical brigade DCSPER/medical group
S1.

e.
Requests disposition instructions for excess personnel from medical
brigade DCSPER/medical group S1.

f.
Assigns filler personnel IAW hospital adjutant guidance.

g.
Reassigns excess personnel IAW medical brigade DCSPER/medical group
51 instructions.

h.
Updates SIDPERS records, as required.

i.
Briefs hospital commander and XO on personnel status, as required.

2. Supply and service division coordinates cross-leveling of vehicles, equipment,
and supplies (including medical). (101-521-2151, 101-521-2152, 113-600-2001,
113-637-2001, 151-357-0002)

a.
Identifies shortages and overages by reviewing subordinate element's
vehicles, equipment, and supply status reports.

b.
Reallocates vehicles, equipment and supplies within hospital IAW the
hospital commander's guidance.

c.
Recalculates shortages and overages.

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d.
Submits requisitions for vehicles, equipment, and supplies to medical
brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4.

e.
Requests disposition instructions for excess vehicles, equipment, and
supplies from medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4.

f.
Issues vehicles, equipment, and supplies, to include medical, IAW hospital
commander and HSMO's guidance.

g.
Provides subordinate elements disposition instructions for excess vehicles,
equipment, and supplies, to include medical.

h.
Updates property book, as required.

i.
Briefs hospital commander and XO on status of vehicles, equipment, and
supplies, as required.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK 3 4 5 TOTAL
ITERATION 1 2
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
101-521-2151 PREPARE A PROPERTY BOOK STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
101-521-2152 POST TRANSACTIONS TO THE MANUAL STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
PROPERTY BOOK

STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
151-357-0002 Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) STP 21-24-SMCT
Operations

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT
PREPARE REDEPLOYMENT MOVEMENT PLAN/ORDER (63-1-8066.08-705L)
TASK:
(FM 101-5)
(FM 55-65). (FM 100-17).
(FM 63-3). (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)

2.3.4.5.(Circle)
ITERATION:. 1.
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital commander has provided his redeployment guidance and directed that the redeployment movement plan/order be prepared. The XO has staff responsibility for consolidation, publication, and distribution of the redeployment movement plan/order. Movement plan becomes the movement order upon implementation. The hospital and elements are located in the TAA. Trained UMOs have been designated and briefed by the HSMO and/or ICUMO. The CP is operational. The home-station rear detachment commander provides information on reception arrangements. The RSOP, TSOP, and medical brigade/medical group redeployment movement order are available. The hospital staff continuously receives messages from medical brigade/medical group HQ, redeployment teams (e.g., advance party, MSTs, CTs, rear detachment, etc.), and subordinate elements by analog and/or digital communications or messenger. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The movement plan/order is prepared and distributed IAW FM 55-65, FM 101-5, the RSOP, and the hospital commander's guidance within the time prescribed by the hospital commander or XO.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. XO and medical operations officer perform a time analysis.

a.
Calculate total time remaining before redeployment commences (C-Day).

b.
Identify all steps in the redeployment process.

c.
Assign time limitations for each step in the redeployment process.

d.
Disseminate time limitations to all staff sections.

2. Operations section coordinates staffing for redeployment organizations.
a.
Identifies personnel and equipment requirements for redeployment
organizations by reviewing RSOP, movement plan/order,
CONPLAN/OPLAN, and the hospital commander's guidance.

b.
Coordinates with staff sections to provide redeployment organization
requirement.

c.
Forwards personnel and equipment for redeployment organizations to
hospital commander and/or XO for approval or modification.

d.
Incorporates personnel and equipment requirements for redeployment
organizations in movement plan/order.

3. Staff sections provide input to the redeployment movement plan/order.
a.
Identify redeployment requirements by reviewing redeployment movement
order, RSOP, and the hospital commander's guidance.

b.
Identify external support requirements by reviewing redeployment
movement order, RSOP, and status reports from subordinate elements.

c.
Identify internal support provided by section by reviewing redeployment
movement order, RSOP, and the hospital commander's guidance.

d.
Verify availability of required support by coordinating with appropriate
hospital elements and/or redeployment support organizations.

e.
Forward redeployment movement plan/order input information to operations
section.

4. Operations section coordinates TAA and RAA physical security requirements.
(113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 301-371-1050)

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a.
Identifies TAA and RAA physical security requirements by reviewing TSOP,
medical brigade/medical group redeployment movement plan/order, and
the hospital commander's guidance.

b.
Coordinates for physical security support with medical brigade
DCSPER/medical group S1, or supporting logistic support organization.

c.
Coordinates for physical security requirements with subordinate elements.

d.
Incorporates TAA and RAA physical instructions into movement plan/order.

5. Operations section coordinates reception at home station.
a.
Identifies reception requirements by reviewing RSOP, movement
plan/order, CONPLAN/OPLAN, and the hospital commander's guidance.

b.
Forwards reception requirements and projected personnel movement
schedules to home-station rear detachment commander.

c.
Incorporates planned reception arrangements into the movement
plan/order.

6. Operations section prepares movement plan/order.
a.
Verifies staff input for completeness and compliance with the hospital
commander's guidance.

b.
Prepares updated copy of movement plan/order" with annexes.

c.
Forwards draft copy to hospital commander or XO for approval or
modification.

d.
Distributes movement plan/order update IAW movement plan/order

distribution list. NOTE: Digitally equipped units distribute the plan/order using components of the ABCS or MC4, as appropriate.
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
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
301-371-1050 IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY STP 21-1-SMCT
(OPSEC) MEASURES

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
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ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS
HOSP OPERATIONS SECT
ADMINISTRATION DIV
SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV
-
TASK: PROVIDE REDEPLOYMENT SUPPORT (631 -8067.08705L)
(FM 100-17). (FM 55-65).- (FM 63-3)
(FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)
4.5.(Circle)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.
P.U.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.
CONDITIONS: The hospital has received a redeployment movement order. The hospital and subordinate elements in the TAA and trained UMOs have been designated and briefed by the HSMO. The hospital commander has issued redeployment guidance. The medical brigade/medical group and hospital redeployment movement order, RSOP, and TSOP are available. The hospital staff continuously receives messages from medical brigade/medical group HQ and subordinate elements by analog and/or digital communications or messenger.
NOTE: The term "rear detachment" in Army publications is used to refer to a group of soldiers remaining behind the main body to perform logistical and support activities. In this task, the term "theater rear detachment" is used to define the rear detachment remaining in the theater AO after the main body redeploys. In this task, the theater rear detachment is not a theater-level asset. The term "home station rear detachment" is used to refer to the rear detachment left at the unit's home station during deployment. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Redeployment support is provided to subordinate elements and coordination for
movement of personnel, vehicles, and equipment to the APOE/SPOE is accomplished IAW medical
brigade/medical group movement order, RSOP, TSOP, and the hospital commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Administrative division provides personnel and administrative service support.
(113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 151-357-0002, 805C-PAD-2044, 805C-PAD-
2146, 805C-PAD-2402, 805C-PAD-2407)

a.
Identifies personnel and administrative requirements by reviewing medical
brigade/medical group redeployment movement order and the hospital
commander's guidance.

b.
Establishes redeployment personnel processing procedures IAW medical
brigade PAS/medical group S1 section guidance.

c.
Coordinates reassignment of personnel redeploying as individuals with
medical brigade PAS/medical group S1 section.

d.
Provides personnel service support, as required.

e.
Provides administrative support, as required.

f.
Verifies personnel and finance records have been updated by reviewing
subordinate element(s) records.

g.
Verifies line of duty investigations have been completed prior to
redeployment.

h.
Processes personnel actions, to include evaluation reports, decorations,
and awards.

i.
Coordinates for (theater) rear detachment personnel and administrative
support with medical brigade PAS/medical group S1 section.

2. Operations section coordinates training requirements. (113-600-2001, 113-637-
2001, 151-357-0002)

a. Identifies training requirements (e.g., weighing and marking, customs
inspections, cleaning of vehicles and equipment, documentation, etc.) by
reviewing medical brigade/medical group redeployment movement order,
subordinate element requests for training support, and the hospital
commander's guidance.

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b.
Coordinates for redeployment training support with medical brigade SPO section/medical group S2/S3 section.

c.
Notifies subordinate elements of scheduled training events.

d.
Monitors scheduled training events for compliance with appropriate publications and the hospital commander's guidance.

e.
Updates training records, as required.

3. Supply and service division coordinates supply and service support (including medical). (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 151-357-0002)
a.
Identifies supply and service support requirement.

b.
Identifies quantities of supplies on-hand by reviewing subordinate element supply status reports.

c.
Identifies supplies due-in by reviewing document registers.

d.
Identifies excess supplies due-in by comparing requirements with quantities on-hand and due-in.

e.
Cancels requisitions for quantities determined to be excess.

f.
Coordinates with DS supply support organization to identify required supplies arriving after hospital is packed for redeployment.

g.
Verifies all requisitions have been either canceled or updated with a redeployment address ten days prior to redeployment.

h.
Submits request to redirect supplies due-in after hospital is packed for redeployment to home station to medical brigade/medical group.

i.
Coordinates field feeding and services support with designated support unit, as required.

j.
Designates date/time when internal supply and service supply terminates.

k.
Provides copies of the hospital property book and related documentation to OIC of the rear detachment, as required.

I.
Coordinates for supply and service support for main body and rear detachment during movement with medical brigade LOG section/medical group S4 section.

4. Supply and service division coordinates maintenance support, to include medical. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 151-357-0002)
a. Identifies maintenance support requirement by reviewing medical
brigade/medical group redeployment movement order and the hospital commander's guidance.
b.
Identifies vehicles in organizational and support maintenance by reviewing subordinate element and hospital maintenance status reports.

c.
Coordinates with hospital and DS maintenance organizations to determine vehicle availability for redeployment.

d.
Requests disposition instructions for vehicles and equipment, to include medical, not available for redeployment medical brigade LOG section/medical group S4 section.

e.
Coordinates with medical brigade LOG section/medical group S4 section for MST support in assembly areas, staging areas, and during movement.

f.
Designates date/time when organizational maintenance support terminates.

g.
Coordinates for maintenance and recovery support beyond hospital's capability with medical brigade LOG section/medical group S4 section.

h.
Coordinates for vehicle cleaning and support beyond the hospital's capability, with medical brigade LOG section/medical group S4 section.

5. ICUMO coordinates redeployment movement. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001,
151-357-0002)

a.
Identifies redeployment movement requirements by reviewing medical brigade/medical group redeployment movement order and the hospital commander's guidance.

b.
Coordinates with MCA/MCT to verify UMD and movement schedules, routes, and location of RAA and staging areas.

c.
Develops milestones for planning, packing, loading, and movement operations IAW higher echelon movement order and the hospital commander's guidance.

GO NO-GO

.
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d.
Coordinates USCS, USDA, and USPHS inspection support with medical
brigade/medical group DCSLOG.

e.
Monitors supporting hospital's AUEL updates for compliance with FM 55­65, redeployment movement order, and RSOP.

f.
Monitors subordinate elements preparation of movement, customs, USDA,
and USPHS forms for compliance with redeployment movement order,
RSOP, and appropriate publications.

g.
Monitors supporting hospital's vehicle and equipment preparation and
cleaning for compliance with USDA and USPHS guidance, RSOP,
appropriate publications, and the hospital commander's guidance.

h.
Monitors subordinate element's customs, USDA, and USPHS inspection
results for compliance with applicable publications and hospital
commander's guidance.

i.
Monitors subordinate unit's movement readiness status for compliance with
redeployment movement order and commander's guidance.

j.
Inspects subordinate elements movement plans/orders for compliance with
redeployment movement order and the hospital commander's guidance.

k.
Briefs hospital commander and/or staff on movement readiness status, as
required.

TASK PERFORMANCE I EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK 1 2 3 4 5 TOTAL
ITERATION
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
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
151-357-0002 Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) STP 21-24-SMCT

Operations
805C-PAD-2044 Recommend Individual for Award STP 21-24-SMCT
805C-PAD-2146 Prepare the Rater's Portion of a STP 21-24-SMCT

Noncommissioned Officer Evaluatione Report
(NCOER)
805C-PAD-2402 Provide Input on Personnel Actions Affecting STP 21-24-SMCT
Subordinates
805C-PAD-2407 Recommend Disciplinary Action for a Soldier STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
DODDOA-012526
ELEMENT: HOSP OPERATIONS SECT
PERFORM REDEPLOYMENT ADVANCE PARTY ACTIVITIES (63-1-8068.08-705L)
(FM 100-17). (FM 55-65). (FM 63-3)
(FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)

TASK:
1.2.3.4.5.(Circle)
ITERATION:.
(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.
CONDITIONS: The hospital has received a redeployment movement order. All subordinate elements are redeploying as part of the hospital redeployment. The movement plan/order, RSOP, and TSOP are available. The hospital staff continuously receives messages from the redeploying support organizations (e.g., advance party, MSTs, CTs, rear detachment, etc.), the medical brigade/medical group HQ, and subordinate elements by analog and/or digital communications or messenger. CONUS logistics support is provided to the advance party by the supporting installation. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Advance party operations are planned and implemented IAW RSOP, movement plan/order, TSOP, and the hospital commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Operations section plans advance party operations. (113-600-2001, 113-637-
2001).

a.
Identifies advance party requirements by reviewing RSOP, movement
plan/order, TSOP, and hospital commander's guidance.

b.
Prepares advance party plan IAW the hospital commander's guidance.

c.
Coordinates with staff sections and subordinate elements for personnel and
equipment for the advance party IAW advance party plan.

d.
Briefs advance party OIC on advance party requirements and operations.

*
2. Advance party OIC supervises advance party premovement activities.

a.
Identifies advance party support requirements by reviewing advance party
plan, movement plan/order, movement SOP, and medical operations officer


and hospital commander's guidance.

b.
Coordinates with supply and service division for advance party logistics and
transportation support.

c.
Coordinates with company HQ UMO for movement instructions and
documentation support.

d.
Identifies hospital organization, movement configuration, movement
schedule, and ultimate destination by reviewing movement plan/order, and
subordinate elements' DELs.

e.
Revises advance party plan, as required, in coordination with medical
operations officer.

f.
Briefs hospital commander, staff, subordinate element commanders and
chiefs, and advance party personnel on advance party plan, as required.

3. Advances party deploys through APOE to APOD.
a.
Prepares vehicles for air movement, as required.

b.
Deploys IAW movement order.

c.
Performs APOD activities for redeployment.

4. Advance party coordinates reception of main body. (113-600-2001, 113-637­2001). .

a. Coordinates with AACG for arrival schedule and reception of the main
body.

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b.
Coordinates with customs, USPHS, and USDA officials for inspection and
processing procedures.

c.
Coordinates with MTMC, supporting ITO, and/or movement control element
representatives for movement of personnel to home station.

d.
Provides hospital organization, movement configuration, movement
schedule, and ultimate destination to MTMC representatives, supporting
installation representatives, and home station UMC.

e.
Completes required movement documentation in coordination with MTMC,
supporting ITO, and/or movement control element representatives.

f.
Coordinates with supporting installation for main body logistics and
maintenance support requirements, as required.

g.
Assists home station rear detachment with final coordination for welcome
home reception activities.

h.
Briefs hospital commander, staff, and subordinate element commanders
and chiefs on reception and onward movement plans, as required.

TASK PERFORMANCE I 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
Task Number. Task Title. References
113-600-2001.Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone .STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001.Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a.STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
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DODDOA-012528
ELEMENTS: HOSP OPERATIONS SECT HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV
PERFORM THEATER REAR DETACHMENT ACTIVITIES (63-1-8069.08-705L)
TASK:
(FM 63-3)
(FM 100-17). (FM 55-65).
(FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)

1.2.3.4.5.(Circle)
ITERATION:.

T.P U.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.
The hospital and subordinate elements' main bodies have redeployed. The (theater) rear
CONDITIONS:
detachment is loCated in the RAA with the hospital's vehicles equipment. Vehicles and equipment are prepared for strategic sea movement and are waiting to go when called forward to PSA SA. HSMO has provided copies of the property book, document register, and related documents. TMCA/PMCT provides call forward instructions to the APOE/SPOE. The RSOP, TSOP, redeployment movement order, and (theater) rear detachment plan are available. The (theater) rear detachment continuously receives messages from theater support organizations, the medical brigade/medical group HQ by analog and/or
digital communications or messenger.
NOTE: The term Year detachment" in Army publications is used to refer to a group of soldiers remaining
behind the main body to perform logistical and support activities. In this task, the term "(theater) rear
detachment" is used to define the rear detachment remaining in the theater AO after the main body ,
redeploys. In this task, the (theater) rear detachment is not a theater-level asset. The term "home station
rear detachment" is used to refer to the rear detachment left at the unit's home station during deployment.
This task should not be trained in MOPP4.

TASK STANDARDS: Hospital's vehicles and equipment are transferred to the PSA and (theater) rear
detachment personnel redeploy to home station IAW the (theater) rear detachment plan and
redeployment movement order.

GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
*
1. (Theater) rear detachment commander supervises (theater) rear detachment
activities.

a.
Identifies operational and support requirements by reviewing the (theater)
rear detachment plan; redeployment movement order; hospital adjutant,
HSMO, and hospital commander's guidance.

b.
Verifies the availability of personnel and administrative service, and
logistics support, by coordinating with supporting organizations.

c.
Develops an inspection and maintenance schedule IAW (theater) rear
detachment plan.

d.
Inspects movement and property accountability documentation for accuracy
IAW (theater) rear detachment plan and appropriate publications.

e.
Directs correction of deficiencies noted during customs, USDA, and USPHS
inspections.

f.
Monitors levels of personnel, administrative, and logistics support to ensure
appropriate levels of support are provided.

g.
Forwards (theater) rear detachment status reports to hospital HQ, as
required.

h.
Briefs hospital commander and/or staff of supporting logistics support
organization on rear detachment activities, as required.

2. (Theater) rear detachment coordinates logistics support (including medical).
(113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 151-357-0002)

a.
Identifies repair parts requirements by reviewing maintenance inspection
reports and document register.

b.
Identifies supply requirements by conducting inventory of supplies on-hand.

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c.
Forwards requisitions for required supplies and repair parts to supporting
logistics support organization.

d.
Coordinates for receipt of supplies and repair parts with the supporting
logistics support organization.

e.
Coordinates field feeding support with supporting logistics support
organization, if support is beyond hospital's capability.

3. (Theater) rear detachment maintains vehicles and equipment. (101-92Y-0006,
113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)

a.
Inspects vehicles and equipment IAW inspection and maintenance
schedule.

b.
Prepares requisitions for repair parts, as required.

c.
Performs operator and organizational maintenance, to include medical, as
required.

d.
Coordinates for MST support with supporting logistics support organization.

e.
Cleans vehicles to meet USDA and USPHS requirements.

4. (Theater) rear detachment coordinates movement of vehicles, equipment, and
personnel. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 151-357-0002)

a.
Coordinates processing of vehicles and equipment for movement to the
SPOE with TMCA/PMCT and PSA.

b.
Coordinates redeployment of personnel and processing procedures with
TMCA/PMCT and DACG.

c.
Monitors customs, USDA, and USPHS inspections for compliance with the
redeployment movement order and applicable publications.

d.
Monitors joint PSA inspection to ensure vehicles and equipment meet
requirements for strategic sea lift.

e.
Processes vehicles and equipment for movement to the SPOE.

f.
Redeploys personnel IAW TMCA/PMCT and DACG instructions.

TASK PERFORMANCE I EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK 4 5 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 References
Task Number Task Title
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
151-357-0002 Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) STP 21-24-SMCT
Operations

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
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ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV
TASK: COORDINATE HOME STATION ACTIVITIES (63-1-8070.08-705L) (FM 100-17) (FM 55-65) (FM 63-3) (FM 8-10) (FM 810-14)
-
ITERATION:: 1 2 3 4 5 (Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT::T P U (Circle) •
CONDITIONS: The hospital has arrived at home station. Main body arrives at home station prior to equipment arrival at SPOD. The hospital receives notification of ship and (theater) rear detachment arrival from the ITO. The maintenance SOP and RSOP is available. Movement instructions and convoy clearance are provided by the ITO. Intransit logistics support is provided by the supporting installation. The hospital staff continuously receives messages from installation agencies and subordinate elements by analog and/or digital communications or messenger.
NOTE: The term "rear detachment" in Army publications is used to refer to a group of soldiers remaining behind the main body to perform logistical and support activities. In this task, the term "(theater) rear detachment" is used to define the rear detachment remaining in the theater AO after the main body redeploys. The (theater) rear detachment is not a theater-level asset. The term "home station rear detachment" is used to refer to the rear detachment left at the unit's home station during deployment. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Home station activities are accomplished IAW the hospital commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Hospital commander directs post-deployment activities.

a.
Directs preparation of after-action reports.

b.
Directs inventory and cleaning ofvehicles, equipment, and weapons.

c.
Directs turn-in of hand-receipted and float equipment.

d.
Approves AARs.

e.
Briefs medical brigade/medical group commander and staff on operations in
the theater of operations.

2. Administration division performs post deployment activities. (113-600-2001,
113-637-2001, 805C-PAD-1245, 805C-PAD-2461)

a.
Coordinates personal affairs briefings (e.g., family and stress briefings).

b.
Verifies records of deployed soldiers have been updated with deployment
information and appropriate personnel actions.

c.
Processes SIDPERS transactions for redeploying soldiers, as required.

d.
Coordinates welcome home activities for (theater) rear detachment
personnel.

3. Supply and service division coordinates reception of (theater) rear detachment.
. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 151-357-0002)

a.
Coordinates for transportation support for rear detachment personnel with
ITO.

b.
Coordinates with AACG to verify arrival schedule and processing
requirements.

c..Coordinates with MTMC, customs, USPHS, and USDA officials to resolve
inspection and processing deficiencies.

d. Briefs hospital commander and XO on status of rear detachment reception.
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4. Supply and service division coordinates reception of equipment at SPOE. (113-
600-2001, 113-637-2001, 151-357-0002)
a. Identifies transportation requirements by reviewing RSOP, redeployment
movement order, and subordinate element DELs.
b. Coordinates with the UMC to verify rail and/or commercial transportation
availability and schedules for CONEX container and outsize, oversize, or
overweight pieces of equipment.
c. Coordinates with the UMC for convoy clearances, as required.
d. Submits request(s) for required road march items to supporting supply
activity.
e. Coordinate subordinate elements en route support requirements with UMC
until all known requirements are fulfilled.
f. Coordinates with UMC for transportation support for hospital personnel to
the SPOD.
g. Conducts movement status briefing(s) for the hospital commander, staff,
and subordinate element commanders and chiefs, as necessary.
* 5. ICUMO coordinates SPOD MA activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 151-
357-0002)
a. Monitors inventory, inspection, processing, and staging of vehicles and
equipment for compliance with movement instructions; convoy clearances;
and MTMC and PSA officials' instructions.
b. Coordinates with PSA, customs, USDA, and USPHS officials to resolve
vehicle and equipment inspection and processing deficiencies.
c. Coordinates disposition of nonoperational vehicles with supporting
installation personnel.
d. Reports SPOD status by telephone or radio to operations section, as
appropriate.
e. Provides SP crossing report by telephone or radio to operations section, as
appropriate.
NOTE: Digitally equipped units distribute reports using components of the ABCS or
MC4, as appropriate.
6. Supply and service division monitors stand-down of vehicles, equipment, and
weapons. .
a. Monitors inventory and maintenance status of vehicles equipment, and
weapons for compliance with maintenance SOP, appropriate publications,
and hospital commander's guidance.
b. Provides vehicles and equipment turn-in instructions to subordinate
elements.
c. Monitors vehicles and equipment turn-in for compliance with appropriate
publications and HSMO instructions.
d. Briefs hospital commander and XO on status of vehicles, equipment, and
weapons.
7. Operations section drafts AAR.
a. Verifies staff and subordinate element input for completeness and
compliance with the hospital commander's guidance.
b. Prepares AAR.
c. FOrwards draft copy to hospital commander or XO for approval or
modification.
d. Distributes AAR IAW the hospital commander's guidance.

DODD0A-012532
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
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
151-357-0002 Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) STP 21-24-SMCT
Operations
805C-PAD-2461 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status STP 21-24-SMCT
Report)

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
DODD0A-012533
ELEMENTS: UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM D OPERATING ROOM C 2 CMS ORTHO CAST CLINIC RADIOLOGY SERVICE 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM LITTER BEARER SECTION OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A • 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM
TASK: PERFORM DEPLOYMENT ALERT ACTIVITIES (63-2-8001.08-705L)
(FM 55-65) (AR 601-142) (FM 100-17)
(FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-14)
ITERATION:: 1 2 3 4 5 (Circle)

COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT::T:P U (Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital is at a normal state of deployment readiness and receives a warning order to prepare for overseas deployment. The CQ or 1SG has notified the hospital commander. The hospital movement plan, recall plan, security plan, hospital and medical brigade/medical group access rosters, and current maps are available. The hospital has a trained Off and NCO appointed as UMO and alternate UMO. Main body personnel, advance party personnel, SPOE team, equipment reception team, packing and crating team, weighing and marking team, rail loading team, and supercargoes have been designated by the hospital commander and trained in their duties. The hospital is deploying as part of a medical brigade/medical group deployment. Alert notification activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Hospital personnel are recalled IAW the recall plan. All personnel are present or accounted for and briefings are conducted for unit personnel and deployment teams IAW movement plan. Security is established IAW security plan.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
* 1. Hospital commander supervises deployment alert notification activities.
a. Directs the hospital staff duty officer/NCO; or company HQ commander, or
1SG to implement the recall plan.
b. Coordinates with medical brigade/medical group commander for guidance
concerning deployment requirements.
c. Briefs leaders on deployment and mission requirements.
d. Directs UMO to update movement plan, deployment SOP, and MA plans,
as required.
e. Assigns additional and/or replacement personnel to deployment teams, as
required.
f. Monitors security of hospital area for compliance with security plan.
g. Monitors recall of hospital personnel, , to include PROFIS, to ensure recall
time standards are met and personnel accountability is accomplished IAW
recall plan.
h. Submits reports to medical brigade/medical group HQ IAW recall plan,
security plan, deployment OPORD, and movement plan.
i. Briefs medical brigade/medical group commander and staff on status of
deployment alert activities.
2. Company HQ performs recall personnel accountability functions. (113-600-
2001, 113-637-2001)
a. Initiates recall procedures, to include PROFIS, IAW recall plan.
b. Sets up central check-in IAW recall plan. .
c. Checks personnel as they arrive to ensure only personnel listed on current
access rosters enter the hospital area.
d. Annotates recall roster to indicate personnel are present for duty as they
arrive.
e. Computes percent present for duty, IAW recall plan.
f. Briefs hospital commander on present-for-duty status as recall progresses.
g. Disestablishes control check-in point when 100 percent of hospital are
present or accounted for.
* 3. UMO assembles deployment teams.
a. Identifies hospital deployment team requirements by reviewing movement
plan.
b. Confirms deployment teams personnel are available.
c. Requests hospital commander assign additional and/or replacement .
deployment team members, as required.
d. Briefs deployment teams on their duties and responsibilities IAW the
movement plan.
e. Briefs hospital commander on status of deployment teams.
* 4. Leaders supervise DIV/SVC/SEC/TM alert activities. (301-371-1050)
a. Monitor arrival of personnel to ensure all personnel are accounted for.
b. Supervise establishment of security of assigned area IAW security plan.
c. Brief personnel on deployment.
* 5. DIV/SVC/SEC/TM chiefs and/or 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 IAW security plan.
d. Brief subordinate leaders on alert status.

DODD0A-012535
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6. Company HQ performs recall activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 301 -371-
1050)

a.
Relays alert notification, as required.

b.
Reports for duty to company HQ IAW recall plan.

c.
Repairs or replace personal gear, as required.
d.. Performs security functions, as required.

e.
Provides dependents with information on deployment, as permitted.

TASK PERFORMANCE I 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
Task Number Task Title References
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
301-371-1050 IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY STP 21-1-SMCT
(OPSEC) MEASURES

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: PERFORM PERSONNEL AND ADMINISTRATIVE PREDEPLOYMENT ACTIVITIES (63-2-8002.08-705L)
(AR 220-10) (AR 601-142) (AR 220-1) (DOD 7000.14-R VOL 5) (AR 600-8-101) (FM 100-17)
(FM 14-100) (FM 55-10) (FM 55-65)
(FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-14)
ITERATION:: 1 2 3 4 5 (Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT::T P U (Circle)

CONDITIONS: The hospital adjutant has provided a SRP schedule to commander. Hospital personnel (including PROFIS personnel, if assigned) are accounted for and are prepared for predeployment processing. The hospital adjutant has coordinated with installation facilities for contact team support to conduct SRP activities. Transportation to move the hospital to SRP facilities is available. The deployment SOP, movement plan, family assistance plan, and medical brigade/medical group HQ deployment OPORD are available. The hospital is deploying as part of a medical brigade/medical group HQ deployment. SRP activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: SRP activities are accomplished IAW the movement plan, deployment OPORD, administrative division SRP processing schedule, and hospital commander's guidance.
DODD0A-012537
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
*
1. Hospital commander directs personnel and administrative SRP activities.

a.
Directs company HQ to update the USR using current data JAW AR 220-1.

b.
Directs the company HQ commander/1SG to publish a hospital SRP schedule based on the hospital adjutant SRP schedule.

c.
Forwards list of nondeployable personnel to the administrative division.

d.
Directs personnel to complete SRP activities.

e.
Directs personnel to secure POVs and personal property IAW movement plan.

f.
Directs company HQ commander to prepare briefing for dependents.

g.
Directs company HQ commander to update family assistance plan, as required.

h.
Directs hospital adjutant to appoint paying agents IAW FM 14-100, to act as

pay agents during deployment, if necessary. NOTE: A paying agent cannot simultaneously serve as an ordering officer.
j.
Coordinates with administrative division to close out hospital fund account.

k.
Coordinates through higher HQ and port commander to identify number of supercargoes authorized and POC for supercargoes.

I.
Briefs medical brigade/medical group commander on status of SRP activities.

2. Company HQ processes SRP records. (805C-PAD-2402)
a.
Delivers hospital SRP records to SRP site.

b.
Verifies that 100 percent of deploying personnel have processed.

c.
Returns SRP records to company HQ.

d.
Delivers SRP records to medical command/medical brigade rear detachment prior to departure.

3. Company HQ performs personnel replacement functions. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 805C-PAD-2461) .
a.
Identifies nondeployable personnel by reviewing monthly USR, 1SG daily report, and SRP results.

b.
Coordinates with administrative division for replacement personnel.

c.
Recommends assignment of replacement personnel to hospital commander.

d.
Assigns replacement personnel IAW the hospital commander's instructions.

e.
Updates the family assistance plan, as required.

4. Company HQ monitors hospital SRP activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)
a.
Publishes hospital SRP schedule based on movement plan, administrative division SRP schedule, and the hospital commander's guidance.

b.
Distributes hospital SRP schedule to hospital elements.

c.
Monitors SRP to ensure activities are completed IAW SRP schedule.

d.
Coordinates with the administrative division for additional SRP, as required.

e.
Briefs hospital commander on SRP status.

*
5. Leaders supervise personnel and administrative SRP activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)

a.
Direct personnel to complete SRP IAW SRP schedule.

b.
Designate personnel to assist contact teams in SRP activities, as required.

c.
Monitor SRP to ensure activities are completed IAW SRP schedule.

d.
Coordinate with the UMO for additional SRP, as required.

e.
Identify nondeployable personnel.

f.
Coordinate personnel replacement with company HQ.

g.
Monitor securing of POVs and personal property for compliance with

• movement plan and the hospital commander's instructions.
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.
.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
h.
Brief personnel on family assistance plan.

i.
Brief hospital commander on results of SRP.

6. Hospital performs SRP activities. (805C-PAD-2461)
a.
Performs SRP contact team functions, as directed.

b.
Completes SRP activities, as directed.

c.
Secures POVs and personal property IAW movement plan and the hospital
commander's instructions.

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

113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
805C-PAD-2402 Provide Input on Personnel Actions Affecting STP 21-24-SMCT
Subordinates
805C-PAD-2461 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status STP 21-24-SMCT
Report)

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS
HOSP OPERATIONS SECT
COMPANY HEADQUARTERS
ADMINISTRATION DIV
PATIENT ADMIN DIV
NUTRITION CARE DIV
SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV
NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM
TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT
LITTER BEARER SECTION
OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM
OPERATING ROOM A
OPERATING ROOM B
ORTHO CAST CLINIC
2 CMS
DENTAL SERVICE
INPATIENT MEDICINE A
3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
7 INTERMED CARE WARDS
NP WARD & CONSULT SVC
2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS
PHARMACY SERVICE
LABORATORY SERVICE •
BLOOD BANK
RADIOLOGY SERVICE
PT SERVICE
HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM
UNIT HEADQUARTERS
SUP & SVC DIV (AUG)
OPERATING ROOM C
OPERATING ROOM D
5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: PERFORM PREDEPLOYMENT TRAINING ACTIVITIES (63-2-8003.08-705L)
(FM 55-65) (AR 220-10) (FM 100-17)
(FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-14)
ITERATION:: 1 2 3 4 5 (Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT::T P U (Circle)

CONDITIONS: The hospital is preparing for deployment to an overseas site. Sufficient time exists for the hospital to conduct predeployment training. The commander has designated a training officer and NCO. The hospital deployment SOP, movement plan, medical brigade/medical group deployment OPORD, and training records are available. The hospital is deploying as part of a medical brigade/medical group deployment. Predeployment training is performed day or night under all environmental conditions. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Predeployment training is accomplished IAW the training schedule and the hospital commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
* 1. Hospital commander directs predeployment training activities.
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a.
Identifies training requirements through coordination with leaders and
review of the movement plan and training records.

b.
Identifies special training requirements by reviewing deployment OPORD
and coordinating with the operations section.

c.
Directs medical operations officer to schedule training to correct training
deficiencies.

d.
Designates personnel to receive training IAW training officer/NCO
instructions.

e.
Briefs medical brigade/medical group HQ commander on status of
predeployment training.

*
2. Training officer/NCO supervise predeployment training activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)

a.
Develop training schedule based on movement plan, deployment OPORD,
specialized training requirements, and the commander's instructions.

b.
Coordinate training support with the medical operations officer, as required.

c.
Provide training schedule to leaders, as appropriate.

d.
Monitor training to ensure appropriate training is provided to personnel.

e.
Brief hospital commander on status of predeployment training.

*
3. Leaders perform predeployment training activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)

a.
Coordinate with UMO for required training support.

b.
Conduct training IAW training schedule, if required.

c.
Annotate training results on individual and team training records.

TASK PERFORMANCE I 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
113-600-2001.Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone .STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001.Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a.STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
DODD0A-012541
ELEMENTS: LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM LITTER BEARER SECTION 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: PERFORM PREDEPLOYMENT SUPPLY ACTIVITIES (63-2-8004.08-705L) (AR 700-84) (AR 200-1). (AR 220-10)
(AR 385-10) (AR 40-2). (AR 40-61)
(FM 100-17) (FM 10-27-4). (FM 3-100.4)
(FM 55-65) (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)

(TC 3-34.489)
ITERATION:. 1.2 3 4.
5.(Circle) ..
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: T.P U (Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital is preparing for deployment to an overseas site. Basic loads of ammunition, rations, and repair parts are available. The hospital movement plan, TSOP, medical brigade/medical group deployment OPORD are available. The hospital is deploying as part of a medical brigade/medical group deployment. Predeployment supply activities, to include unit and medical, are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Predeployment supply activities are accomplished IAW the movement plan, TSOP, and the hospital commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Hospital commander directs predeployment supply activities.

a.
Identifies float and/or replacement equipment and additional supply requirements to the movement plan deployment supply list based on the deployment OPORD, METT-TC, and coordination with the HSMO.

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b.
Coordinates with the supply and service division for issue of additional supplies, as required.

c.
Coordinates with the supply and service division for issue of float and/or replacement equipment, as necessary.

d.
Coordinates with the supply and service division for issue of refrigerated and controlled items (i.e., narcotics, blood products, etc.), as required.

e.
Coordinates turnover of installation and real property with the appropriate agency, if required.

f.
Directs leaders to provide supply and equipment requests to supply and service division.

g.
Directs supply and service division to request required supplies and equipment.

h.
Briefs medical brigade/medical group commander and DCSLOG/S4 on supply status, as required.

i.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

j.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

2. DIV/SVC/SEC/TM perform predeployment supply activities. (850-001-2000)
a.
Identify shortages of supplies and equipment by conducting inventories and inspections.

b.
Submit requests for supplies and equipment to supply and service division IAW TSOP, as required.

c.
Issue individual basic loads, as required.

d.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

e.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

3. Company HQ provides supply support. (101-92Y-0001, 101-92Y-0003, 101-92Y-0004, 101-92Y-0005, 101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)
a.
Submits requests for issue of personal clothing and equipment to supply and service division IAW AR 700-84.

b.
Submits request for basic loads and required supplies and equipment to supply and service division IAW movement plan and TSOP.

c.
Draws basic loads IAW supply and service division instructions.

d.
Coordinates with supply and service division to resolve outstanding requisitions.

e.
Coordinates with supply and service division for transportation and MHE support to pick-up, issue, and/or pack deployment supplies, if necessary.

f.
Signs for float and/or replacement equipment.

g.
Issues supplies and equipment IAW TSOP, as required.

h.
Secures unissued supplies and equipment IAW TSOP.

i.
Turns in equipment, supplies, and hazardous material to appropriate facility, as required.

j.
Briefs hospital commander on,deployment supply status.

k.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

I.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

4. Supply and service division provides supply support.. (101-92Y-0001, 101-92Y-0003, 101-92Y-0004, 101-92Y-0005, 101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-00.1-2000, 850-001-3001)
a.
Submits requests to servicing supply support element to upgrade FAD on all requisitions already in the system.

b.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 for additional DODAACs to be requested for the rear detachment and deploying detachments, as needed.

c.
Submits changes of the "ship-to" address for the hospital DODAAC to the servicing supply support element, to ensure correct routing of requested supplies to the hospital's deployment address.

d.
Submits request for eyeglasses, inserts, and hearing aids to the MED BN (LOG) (FWD), as required.

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e.
Requests supplies to support movement operations (BBPCT, dunnage and
pallet covers).

f.
Issues personal clothing and equipment to company HQ IAW AR 700-84.

g.
Issues basic loads and required supplies and equipment to company HQ
IAW movement plan and TSOP.

h.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 to resolve
outstanding requisitions.

i.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 for
transportation and MHE support to pick-up, issue, and/or pack deployment
supplies, if necessary.

j.
Inspects float and/or replacement equipment for serviceability.

k.
Signs for float and/or replacement equipment.

I.
Manages stocks of controlled substances IAW AR 40-2, AR 40-61, and
TSOP.

m.
Secures unissued supplies and equipment IAW TSOP.

n.
Turns in equipment, supplies, and hazardous material to appropriate
facility, as required.

o.
Briefs hospital commander on deployment supply status.

p.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

q.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

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
101-92Y-0001 Supervise Supply Activities STP 21-24-SMCT
101-92Y-0003 Enforce Compliance with Supply Discipline STP 21-24-SMCT

Procedures
101-92Y-0004 Enforce Property Accountability Policies STP 21-24-SMCT
101-92Y-0005 Enforce Compliance with Property STP 21-24-SMCT

Accountability Policies
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT

cleanliness, and serviceability
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
DODD0A-012544
ELEMENTS: OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD RADIOLOGY SERVICE BLOOD BANK PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM LITTER BEARER SECTION
TASK: PERFORM PREDEPLOYMENT MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES (UNIT WITH MAINTENANCE
ELEMENT) (63-2-8005.08-705L) (DA PAM 738-750). (AR 200-1). (AR 220-1)
(AR 385-10). (AR 700-138). (AR 750-1)
(DA PAM 750-35). (FM 100-17). (FM 3-100.4)
(FM 4-30.3). (FM 55-65). (FM 8-10)
(FM 8-10-14). (TC 3-34.489)

ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital is preparing for deployment to an overseas site. Sufficient time exists for the hospital to conduct predeployment maintenance, to include medical maintenance activities. A motor officer has been designated by the commander. Required tools, equipment, and personnel are available. MSTs are available in the hospital maintenance area. The movement plan, maintenance SOP, and medical brigade/medical group deployment OPORD are available. The hospital is deploying as part of a medical brigade/medical group deployment. Predeployment maintenance is performed day or night under all environmental conditions. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Predeployment maintenance is accomplished IAW the maintenance SOP and the hospital commander's guidance.
GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
NOTE: RC-specific tasks and performance measures are annotated "RC."
*
1. Hospital commander directs predeployment maintenance activities.

a.
Monitors maintenance activities for compliance with the maintenance SOP
..and the hospital commander's guidance.

b.
Approves the use of controlled exchange when required repair parts are not
available.

c.
Checks MCSR for accuracy and completeness.

d.
Forwards MCSR to the medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4.

e.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 for
maintenance support, as required.

f.
Prioritizes repair of vehicles and equipment.

g.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

*
2. HSMO and/or motor SGT supervise predeployment maintenance activities. (091-CLT-3009, 091-CLT-4029, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)..

a.
Coordinate with the ECS supervisor to recover hospital vehicles from ECS
(RC).

b.
Direct hospital personnel to inspect and pick up ECS vehicles for return to
the hospital (RC).

c.
Identify unit operational readiness levels by reviewing vehicle and
equipment status reports, PMCS, and predeployment maintenance checks.

d.
Prepare MCSR IAW AR 220-1 and AR 700-138.

e.
Submit current MCSR to hospital commander.

f.
Submit request for MSTs to hospital commander as required.

g.
Submit request for controlled exchanges to hospital commander for
approval.

h.
Designate hospital maintenance personnel to assist MSTs IAW
maintenance SOP, supply and service division, and hospital commander's
instructions.

i.
Direct calibration of tools, if required.

j.
Verify PLL inventory by conducting spot checks.

k.
Submit request for PLL replenishment to supply and service division, as
required.

I.
Verify completion of repairs by reviewing maintenance records.

m.
Coordinate with supply and service division to identify status of vehicles
and equipment in support maintenance.

n.
Coordinate with supply and service division to evacuate nondeployable
vehicles and equipment to support maintenance.

o.
Verify hospital member's civilian and military driver's licenses and
equipment licenses for validation and reissue, as needed.

p.
Prepare a backup of all automated maintenance systems prior to
deployment.

q.
Brief the hospital commander on maintenance status of vehicles and
equipment, as required.

r.
Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

s.
Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

3. Maintenance element(s) performs field (medical and organizational)
maintenance activities. (101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001­2000)

a. Calibrates tools, as required.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
b. Inspects equipment IAW applicable operator and organizational
maintenance TM(s).
c. Records all deficiencies on equipment inspection worksheets.
d. Corrects unit-level maintenance deficiencies.
e. Forwards requests for DS maintenance to supporting maintenance facility.
f. Requests required repair parts from PLL clerk.
g. Repairs equipment IAW applicable TM(s).
h. Requests approval for controlled exchange through motor SGT when
required repair parts are not available.
i. Performs controlled exchange IAW HSMO or motor SGT's instructions.
j. Performs final inspection to ensure quality control of repairs.
k. Conducts inventory of PLL to confirm shortages IAW PLL listing.
I. Submits request for PLL replenishment to motor SGT or supporting supply
element, as required.
m. Performs technical inspections of float and/or replacement equipment IAW
applicable TM(s) and manufacturer's instructions.
n. Coordinates medical equipment maintenance, beyond unit's capability, with
supporting medical support element.
o. Releases equipment to appropriate section.
p. Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
q. Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
4. Maintenance element(s) conducts transactions with MSTs. (113-600-2001, 113-
637-2001) .
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. Leaders supervise predeployment operator maintenance activities. (091-CLT-
3009, 091-CLT-4029, 101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-
2000, 850-001-3001)
a. Monitor performance of PMCS and predeployment maintenance for
compliance with maintenance SOP, applicable TM(s), and the hospital
commander's guidance.
b. Inspect vehicles, weapons, and equipment to ensure compliance with
maintenance SOP, applicable TM(s), and the hospital commander's
guidance.
c. Provide input for MCSR to HSMO, as required.
d. Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
e. Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
6. Hospital performs predeployment operator maintenance. (101-92Y-0006, 113-
600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)
a. Performs PMCS IAW applicable TM(s).
b. Notifies supervisor of maintenance problems beyond operator's capabilities.
c. Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
d. Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

DODDOA-012547
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK 3 4 5 TOTAL
ITERATION 1 2
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 Supervise Maintenance Operations STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 9-63814-SM-TG
091-CLT-4029 Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT

cleanliness, and serviceability
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD RADIOLOGY SERVICE 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C
TASK: PREPARE VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT FOR DEPLOYMENT (63-2-8006.08-705L)
(FM 55-65). (AR 200-1). (AR 220-10)
(AR 385-10). (AR 40-61). (DOD REG.4500.9-R)

(FM 100-17). (FM 3-100.4). (FM 55-10)
(FM 55-9). (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)
(TB 55-46-1). (TC 3-34.489)

ITERATION:. 1.2 3.
4.5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital receives a movement directive to deploy to an overseas site. A rail head is
available on the installation. All personnel are present and have been trained on requirements for
preparing vehicles and equipment for deployment. Packing and crating, weighing and loading, and rail
loading team(s) have been designated and trained. The movement directive, movement plan,
deployment SOP, and deployment OPORD are available. The hospital has a trained officer and NCO
appointed as UMO and alternate UMO. The hospital is deploying as part of a medical brigade/medical

group deployment. Equipment preparation is performed day or night under all environmental conditions.
This task should not be trained in MOPP4.

TASK STANDARDS: Vehicles and equipment to be deployed are prepared for deployment and loaded
for movement to the APOE or SPOE IAW the deployment SOP, movement plan, and the hospital
commander's guidance.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Hospital commander directs vehicle and equipment pr )eparation activities.

a.
Identifies vehicles, equipment, and supplies to be deployed based on
movement directive, movement plan, deployment OPORD, medical
brigade/medical group commander's guidance, and METT-TC.

b.
Identifies personnel, equipment, and vehicles scheduled to move to the
APOE or SPOE by road or rail by reviewing movement plan and medical
brigade/medical group commander's guidance.

c.
Designates a UMA and container packing area. ..

d.
Designates storage areas for equipment not to be deployed.

e.
Coordinates with the medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 for
disposition of equipment not to be deployed or stored by the unit.

f.
Provides leaders with disposition instructions for equipment not being
deployed.

g.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 for
transportation support to the APOE or SPOE, if necessary.

h.
Inspects area to ensure all excess vehicles, equipment, and supplies have
been turned-in or placed in a designated holding area.

i.
Notifies medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3 when vehicles and
containers are loaded and ready to move.

j.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

k.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

*
2. UMO supervises vehicle and equipment preparation activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)

a.
Updates AUEL to reflect vehicles, equipment, and supplies to be deployed
based on physical inventory and the commander's guidance.

b.
Updates AUEL to reflect actual weights based on results of weighing and
any dimensions beyond those listed in TB 55-46-1 for equipment TOE
LIN/INDEX NO.

c.
Inputs updated AUEL into the ITO or field movement control element TC-

ACCIS station. NOTE: When verified by the UMO, the updated AUEL becomes the DEL produced by TC-ACCIS.
d.
Provides UMC and/or supply and service division with information on
oversize and overweight vehicles, equipment, and cargo requiring special
handling, as required.

e.
Coordinates with UMC for DEL, BBPCT material requirements lists,
vehicle/rail loading plans and schedules, special hauling permit requests,
military shipping labels, and convoy clearance requests produced by TC-
ACCIS.

f.
Coordinates with supply and service division for packing materials,
weighing scales, MHE, containers, inserts, pallets, and other equipment
preparation and loading materials, as required.

g.
Coordinates with supply and service division for RF/AIT tags for in-transit
visibility of sensitive/classified cargo IAW higher HQ directives.

h.
Coordinates with supply and service division for customs inspection per
hospital TSOP.

i.
Provides leaders with deployment forms, shipping labels, and documents,
as required.

j.
Coordinates container pick-up with supply and service division.

k.
Provides special instructions to packing and crating teams, if necessary.

I.
Provides container packing schedule to leaders.

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m. Identifies transportation support requirements by reviewing movement plan
and current vehicle status reports.
n. Coordinates with supply and service division 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 with proper tools to conduct rail loadout.
q. Coordinates with UMC for port call message and verification of movement
plan APOE and SPOE requirements and procedures.
r. Conducts risk assessment considering factors such as time, duration and
cargo to ensure the mission is completed safely.
s. Briefs hospital commander on status of preparation of vehicles and
equipment for deployment.
t. Enforces safety procedures JAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
u. Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
* 3. Leaders supervise preparation of DIV/SVC/SECITM for deployment. (101-92Y-
0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)
a. Verify adequate space has been allowed for personnel items and
secondary loads by reviewing loading plans.
b. Revise loading plans, as required. .
c. Monitor packing and loading for compliance with deployment SOP,
movement plan, and UMO's instructions.
d. Inspect area to ensure all equipment to be deployed has been packed
and/or loaded.
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.
h. Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
i. Enforce environmental protection procedures JAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
* 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, as required.
c. Submits AUEL changes to UMC, if necessary.
5. Packing and crating teams prepare equipment for deployment. (850-001-2000)
a. Pack containers JAW loading plans, AUEL, and UMO's instructions.
b. Pack hazardous materials IAW deployment SOP, UMO's instructions, and
applicable publications.
c. Prepare container packing lists and shipping documents IAW FM 55-65,
UMO's instructions, and applicable publications.
d. Distribute container packing lists and shipping documents IAW
FM 55-65, UMO's instructions, and applicable publications.
e. Place military shipping labels and designated markings on containers IAW
movement plan, deployment SOP, FM 55-65, and UMO's instructions.
f. Assist container pick-up crew in loading operations, as required.
g. Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
h. Employ environmental protection procedures JAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
6. Hospital prepares vehicles, equipment, and personal gear for deployment. (850-
001-2000)
a. Places equipment not being deployed in designated storage area IAW
movement plan and the commander's instructions.
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b.
Turns in excess vehicles, equipment, and supplies to supply SGT IAW deployment SOP and/or the commander's instructions.

c.
Packs personal gear IAW movement plan.

d.
Marks and/or tag vehicles, equipment, and personal gear IAW deployment SOP, movement plan, and UMO's instructions.

e.
Places military shipping labels on vehicles and equipment IAW movement plan and UMO's instructions.

f.
Moves equipment to be packed in containers to the container packing area IAW UMO's instructions.

g.
Loads vehicles IAW deployment SOP, movement plan, loading plans, and UMO's instructions.

h.
Moves vehicles to UMA or rail loading site, as directed.

i.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

j.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

7. Weighing and marking team weighs and marks vehicles for deployment. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)
a.
Sets up weighing and marking area in designated area IAW deployment SOP.

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 gravity based on axle weights (air movement only).

f.
Marks center of gravity on vehicles IAW deployment SOP, DOD 4500.9-R, and UMO'S instructions (air movement only).

g.
Reports gross weights for each deploying vehicle to UMO.

h.
Disestablishes weighing and marking area.

i.
Returns vehicle weighing scales IAW UMO or owning facility officials' instructions.

j.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

k.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

*
8. Rail loading team chief supervises rail loading activities. (101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)

a.
Conducts safety briefing for all hospital personnel at the rail loading site IAW local procedures.

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, if required.

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, if required.

h.
Notifies hospital commander when rail loading is complete.

i.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

j.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

9. Rail loading team performs rail loading. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-
2000)
a:' Stages vehicles IAW rail loading plan.

b. Loads vehicles and equipment on railcars IAW rail loading plan and UMO's instructions.
GO NO-GO
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c.
Secures vehicles and equipment IAW rail loading plan and UMO's
instructions.

d.
Notifies rail loading team chief when rail loading is complete.

e.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

f.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP. _

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
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
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ELEMENTS: PATIENT ADMIN DIV 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD NP WARD & CONSULT SVC NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM D RADIOLOGY SERVICE 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM OPERATING ROOM C 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV
TASK: PREPARE HOSPITAL FOR NONTACTICAL (FM 55-30) (AR 200-1) (DOD REG 4500.9-R) (FM 3-100.4)
(FM 3-5) (FM 55-65)
(FM 7-20) (FM 8-10)
(TC 3-34.489)
ITERATION:.
MOVE (63-2-8007.08-705L) (AR 385-10) (FM 3-4) (FM 55-9) (FM 8-10-14)
.
1.2.3 4.
5 (Circle) ..
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: P U (Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital receives a movement directive to move to the APOE/SPOE for deployment to an OCONUS site or redeployment to CONUS home station. Routes, scheduled halts, and logistics and administrative support are available IAW the movement plan. The hospital has an advanced party at the APOE/SPOE or TAA/RAA and the advance party has conducted a route reconnaissance. The hospital march commander has 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 in the UMA. The hospital has a trained officer and NCO appointed as UMO and alternate UMO. The hospital is deploying as part of a medical brigade/medical group deployment. Preparation for movement is performed day or night under all environmental conditions.
NOTE: During deployment, it is used for the nontactical road march from home station to the APOE/SPOE. During redeployment, it is used for movement from the area of operations to the TAA/RAA,
from the TAA/RAA to APOE/SPOE, and from the APOD/SPOD to home station. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Hospital is ready to cross SP NLT time prescribed in movement directive.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. UMO supervises preparation for movement to either the APOE/SPOE, or TAA/RAA, or home station. (091-CLT-4029, 101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-. 637-2001, 551-88N-0002, 551-88N-0004)

a.
Coordinates with medical operations officer to verify movement plan
information for accuracy.

b.
Computes travel time and distance from proposed SP to RP.

c.
Compares travel time and start time to verify hospital will arrive at APOE or
SPOE IAW port call message.

d.
Inspects vehicles and equipment for proper markings, and military shipping
labels and tags IAW DOD REG 4500.9-R, FM 55-9, movement plan, and
current instructions.

e.
Notifies operations section that hospital is ready to move.

f.
Briefs hospital commander on preparations for movement.

g.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

2. Hospital dismantles current operating site (redeployment). (850-001-2000, 850­001-3001)

a.
Strikes tentage and camouflage nets (if available) IAW applicable TM(s)
and within time specified in the displacement plan.

b.
Loads all designated equipment IAW hospital load plans and within time
specified in the displacement plan.

c.
Dismantles wire communications, antennas, generators, and power cables
within time specified in the displacement plan.

d.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

e.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

3. Hospital prepares vehicles and equipment for movement to either the
APOE/SPOE, or TAA/RAA, or home station. (101-92Y-0006, 551-88N-0002,
850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)

a.
Performs before-operations PMCS on all vehicles and equipment.

b.
Corrects maintenance discrepancies within the operator's capabilities IAW
applicable TM(s).

c.
Reports all maintenance deficiencies beyond operator's capability to
immediate supervisor.

d.
Corrects loading deficiencies IAW loading plan, if necessary.

e.
Recomputes vehicle center of gravity, if necessary (APOE only).

f.
Remarks center of gravity on vehicle, if necessary (APOE only).

g.
Marks vehicles for movement to APOE/SPOE IAW DOD REG 4500.9-R,
FM 55-30, movement order, and UMO's instructions.

h.
Places military shipping labels on vehicles and equipment IAW movement
plan and UMO's instructions.

i.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

j.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

*
4. March commander and leaders organize convoy for movement to either the
APOE/SPOE, or TAA/RAA, or home station. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001,
551-88N-0002, 551-88N-0004, 850-001-3001)

a.
Assign vehicle positions with the heavier, slower vehicles placed first.

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b. Assign control vehicles.
NOTE: Hospital assigns movement tracking system equipped vehicles as control
vehicles, if available.
c. Coordinate with supporting unit for sufficient or additional number of
recovery vehicles and mechanics, if required.
d. Assign sufficient number of recovery vehicles and mechanics to trail party
element.
e. Assign recovery vehicle(s) positions where they can move to disabled
vehicles without disrupting convoy movement, if available.
f. Provide trail maintenance party with minimum quantities of packaged POL
supplies and Class IX ASL/PLL parts to support the convoy IAW FM 55-65,
if required.
-.g. Provide vehicle position listing with location of all vehicles to the trail party
leader.
h. Open radio net(s) as specified in the movement plan.
i. Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
j. Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
* 5. March commander and leaders conduct premovement inspections. (101-92Y­
0006, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)
a. Inspect personnel and their equipment for compliance with movement
directive, movement plan, and the hospital 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 hospital HQ operations section.
e. Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
f. Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
* 6. March 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, environmental protection, accident, and break-down
procedures.
h. Identifies location of maintenance support.
i. Provides location and identification of destination.
j. Identifies location of medical support, if required.
k. Briefs arm/hand signals, radio frequencies, and call signs.
7. Hospital prepares to cross SP. (113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)
a. Stages vehicles for convoy IAW march hospital commander's instructions.
b. Notifies march hospital commander that vehicles are ready to cross SP for
convoy to either the APOE/SPOE, or TAA/RAA, or home station.
c. Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
d. Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

DODD0A-012556
TASK PERFORMANCE I 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 Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT

cleanliness, and serviceability
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
551-88N-0002 Prepare for Unit Move STP 21-24-SMCT
551-88N-0004 Coordinate Unit Movement STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT

Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT LABORATORY SERVICE RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) BLOOD BANK COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV.• PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM LITTER BEARER SECTION PHARMACY SERVICE OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: CONDUCT NONTACTICAL ROAD MARCH (63-2-8008.08-705L) (FM 55-30). . (AR 200-1). (AR 385-10) (FM 3-100.4). (FM 3-25.26). (FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-14). (TC 3-34.489)
ITERATION:. 1.2 3 4.
5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Time specified to cross SP for convoy to either the APOE/SPOE, or TAA/RAA, or home station 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. All weight, height, and width restrictions along route of march have been verified. Coordination for rest stops, RON facilities, and personnel and maintenance support has been accomplished. A security element has been assigned. RP is within the either the APOE/SPOE, or TAA/RAA, or home station MA. Convoy operations may be performed during daylight or darkness. Radio and visual signals are used for march column control. The movement plan and deployment OPORD are available. Map and overlays with checkpoints, SP, RP, and critical points are available. Column may conduct halts during movement.
NOTE: During deployment, it is used for the nontactical road march from home station to the APOE/SPOE. During redeployment, it is used for movement from the area of operations to the TAA/RAA, from the TAA/RAA to APOE/SPOE, and from the APOD/SPOD to home station. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: SP, checkpoints, and RP are crossed at times specified in the movement plan or times adjusted on the road movement table by the march commander.
GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
*
1. March commander initiates convoy. (113-637-2001)

a.
Directs lead vehicle to cross SP at specified time.

b.
Verifies vehicles have crossed the SP.

c.
Forwards SP crossing report to the operations section
when hospital elements have crossed the SP.

*
2. March commander reports convoy information to the operations section. (113-637-2001)

a.
Forwards checkpoint(s) clearance report as checkpoints are crossed.

b.
Employs current SOI/SSI codes in all transmissions.

*
3. March commander enforces march discipline. (113-637-2001, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)

a.
Places directional guides at all critical intersections along route, if
necessary.

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.

f.
Communicates to leaders and operators, by radio or proper visual signals,
any violations of march discipline or changes to current orders.

g.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

4. Hospital employs march discipline. (551-88M-0005, 850-001-2000)
a.
Maintains designated march speed specified in movement plan or as
prescribed by the march commander.

b.
Maintains proper vehicle interval as specified in movement plan or as
adjusted by the march commander.

c.
Obeys vehicle driving regulations'and safe driving procedures based on
conditions.

d.
Crosses all check points as scheduled.

e.
Reacts correctly to march commander's arm/hand signals.

f.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

g.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

5. Hospital conducts scheduled halt(s). (113-637-2001, 551-88M-0005) -
a.
Stops column at prescribed time and location.

b.
Reports scheduled halt to operations section, if appropriate.

c.
Performs during-operation PMCS on vehicles (operators).

d.
Inspects vehicle loads for safety and security.

e.
Begins departure at specified time in the movement plan or march
commander's instructions.

f.
Reports resumption of march to the operations section, if appropriate.

6. Hospital conducts unscheduled halt(s). (113-637-2001, 551-88M-0005, 850­001-2000)

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
a.
Alerts march column with prescribed arm/hand signal.

b.
Reports halt and circumstances to the operations section, if appropriate.

c.
Resumes march as soon as reason for halt is rectified.

d.
Reports resumption of march to the operations section, if appropriate.

e.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

f.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

7. Trail party recovers disabled vehicle. (101-92Y-0006, 113-637-2001, 551-88M­0005, 850-001-2000)

a.
Inspects disabled vehicle for repairability.

b.
Repairs disabled vehicle, when possible.

c.
Reports vehicle status to march commander.

d.
Tows disabled vehicle to applicable maintenance facility or destination
based on march commander's instructions.

e.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

f.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

*
8. March commander monitors hospital crossing RP. (113-637-2001)

a.
Verifies that lead vehicle has crossed RP at specified time.

b.
Verifies the vehicles that have crossed RP.

c.
Forwards SITREP to operations section.

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
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
551-88M-0005 Operate a Vehicle in a Convoy STP 21-1-SMCT
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT

Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
DODD0A-012560
ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM LITTER BEARER SECTION OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A
TASK: PERFORM SEA PORT OF EMBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR DEPLOYMENT (63-2-8009.08-705L) (FM 55-65). (AR 200-1). (AR 220-10) (AR 385-10). (FM 100-17). (FM 3-100.4) (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14). (TC 3-34.489)
ITERATION:. 1.2 3.
4.5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital's wheeled-vehicle convoy crosses the RP and is in the SPOE MA. The hospital commander has designated a SPOE team and SPOE team OIC. The hospital commander or SPOE team OIC has notified medical brigade/medical group, supporting installation, and port commander representatives of the hospital's arrival. PSA officials have requested hospital vehicle operators' assistance in offloading hospital vehicles deployed to the SPOE by rail. The rail head is located in the SPOE AO and the hospital's equipment has arrived. Transportation, maintenance, and logistics support are available. The movement plan, deployment SOP, MA plan, and deployment OPORD are available. The hospital has a trained officer and NCO appointed as UMO and alternate UMO. The hospital is deploying as part of a medical brigade/medical group deployment. SPOE activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: SPOE activities are performed IAW movement plan, medical brigade/medical group staff, and PSA officials' instructions.
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GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
*
1. Hospital commander or SPOE team OIC directs SPOE activities.

a.
Directs team to perform after-operation PMCS checks of vehicles upon
arrival in the SPOE MA.

b.
Identifies transportation requirements for return to unit area.

c.
Coordinates with supporting installation officials for transportation,
maintenance, and logistics support, as required.

d.
Coordinates with PSA officials to verify SPOE movement schedules,
procedures, and requirements.

e.
Briefs team leaders on SPOE movement schedules, procedures, and
requirements..•

f.
Brief UMO on POC for maintenance support.

g.
Directs team to offload and inspect equipment arriving by rail.

h.
Coordinates with PSA to identify number of supercargoes authorized.

i.
Inspects supercargoes to ensure they are prepared for sea movement.

j.
Briefs supercargoes on boarding schedule, responsibilities, and POC
during sea movement.

k.
Conducts acceptance inspection of vehicles, equipment, and cargo with
PSA officials.

I.
Directs team to correct deficiencies noted during PSA acceptance
inspection.

m.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

n.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

o.
Transfers custody of vehicles, equipment, and cargo to SPOE officials.

p.
Briefs the medical command/medical brigade commander or designated
representative on status of SPOE activities.

2. Supercargoes perform SPOE activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850­001-2000)

a.
Report to port commander's representative IAW UMO's instructions.

b.
Perform SPOE activities IAW port commander's instructions.

c.
Coordinate with vessel POC for instructions on responsibilities and
accommodations.

d.
Load baggage IAW instructions from vessel POC. •

e.
Board ship IAW instructions from vessel POC.

f.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

g.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

*
3. UMO coordinates SPOE activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)

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 determine
deficiencies.

c.
Coordinates with maintenance supportPOC for disposition of excess fuel,

.
POL products, and maintenance support, as necessary.
d.
Inspects military shipping labels and markings on vehicles and equipment
for compliance with deployment SOP and PSA officials' instructions.

e.
Coordinates with PSA officials to correct deficiencies in military shipping
labels and markings on vehicles and equipment.

f.
Briefs hospital commander and/or SPOE team OIC on status of SPOE
activities.

* 4. UMO coordinates rail offloading. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)
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a. Coordinates with PSA officials and intermediate command UMO 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 applicable
shipping documents.
f. Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
g. Enforces environmental protection procedures JAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
h. Notifies SPOE team leaders equipment deployed by rail has arrived in the
MA.
•.i. Briefs hospital commander/OIC on status of SPOE,activities.
5. SPOE team performs rail offloading operations. (850-001-2000)
a. Reports to the rail head JAW UMO's instructions.
b. Offloads equipment from railcars IAW PSA officials' instructions.
c. Moves equipment to SPOE MA JAW PSA officials' instructions.
d. Employs safety procedures JAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
e. Employs environmental protection procedures JAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
6. SPOE team performs SPOE MA maintenance. (101-92Y-0006, 850-001-2000)
a. Performs after operation PMCS JAW deployment SOP and applicable TM.
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 JAW deployment
SOP and FM 55-65.
e. Adjusts vehicle fuel levels IAW movement plan and PSA officials'
instructions.
f. Turns in excess fuel and POL products IAW UMO's instructions.
g. Verifies placement of placards, labels, and certification documents on
hazardous material JAW deployment SOP, movement plan, and PSA
officials' instructions.
h. Corrects deficiencies on vehicles, cargo, and personal gear JAW hospital
leader's instructions.
i. Moves to SPOE SA, as directed.
j. Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
k. Employs environmental protection procedures JAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
* 7. SPOE team leaders supervise final preparation of vehicles, equipment, cargo,
and personal gear for deployment. (101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-
2001, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)
a. Inspect military shipping labels and markings on vehicles and equipment for
compliance with deployment SOP and UMO's instructions.
b. Inspect vehicles and cargo to ensure deficiencies noted during acceptance
inspection have been corrected.
c. Coordinate maintenance assistance with hospital commander and/or SPOE
team OIC.
d. Enforce safety procedures JAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
e. Enforce environmental protection procedures JAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
8. SPOE team performs final preparation of vehicles, equipment, cargo, and
personal gear for deployment. (850-001-2000)
a. Moves vehicles and equipment to SPOE SA, as directed.
b. Stages vehicles for loading JAW UMO's instructions.
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c.
Corrects deficiencies in military shipping labels and markings on vehicles
and equipment IAW UMO's instructions.

d.
Drives vehicles to call forward area, as directed.

e.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

f.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

*
9. UMO update transportation documentation.

a.
Verifies DEL by conducting physical inspection of equipment.

b.
Updates DEL, as required.

c.
Verifies the presence of supercargoes by conducting roll call.

d.
Updates supercargo manifest, as required.

10. SPOE team returns to hospital area.
a.
Assembles for return to hospital area IAW SPOE team OIC's instructions.

b.
Reports to transportation loading area IAW SPOE team OIC's instructions.

c.
Loads baggage on vehicles IAW SPOE team OIC's instructions.

d.
Boards transportation to return to unit PAW SPOE team OIC's instructions.

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

101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
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ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS
HOSP OPERATIONS SECT
COMPANY HEADQUARTERS
ADMINISTRATION DIV
PATIENT ADMIN DIV
NUTRITION CARE DIV
SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV
NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM
TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT
LITTER BEARER SECTION
OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM
OPERATING ROOM A
OPERATING ROOM B
ORTHO CAST CLINIC
2 CMS
DENTAL SERVICE
INPATIENT MEDICINE A
3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
7 INTERMED CARE WARDS
NP WARD & CONSULT SVC
2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS
PHARMACY SERVICE
LABORATORY SERVICE
BLOOD BANK
RADIOLOGY SERVICE
PT SERVICE
HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM
UNIT HEADQUARTERS
SUP & SVC DIV (AUG)
OPERATING ROOM C
OPERATING ROOM D
5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: PERFORM AERIAL PORT OF EMBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR DEPLOYMENT
(63-2-8010.08-7050
(FM 100-17). (AR 200-1). (AR 220-10)
(AR 385-10). (DOD REG 4500.9-R).(FM 3-100.4)
(FM 55-10). (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)
(TC 3-34.489). (TM 38-250)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3 4.
5 (Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P U (Circle)

CONDITIONS: The hospital arrives at the APOE MA for aerial deployment. Equipment and vehicles not deploying by air have been moved to the SPOE. The ITO or MCA/MCT has a UMC and advance party at the APOE to assist in APOE activities. Transportation support is available. The deployment SOP, movement plan, port call message, and medical brigade/medical group deployment OPORD are available. The hospital has a trained officer and NCO appointed as UMO and alternate UMO. The hospital is deploying as part of a medical brigade/medical group deployment. APOE activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions unless terminated by the DACG. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: APOE activities are performed IAW deployment SOP and movement plan and DACG officials' and the hospital commander's instructions.
GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
*
1. Hospital commander directs APOE activities.

a.
Notifies UMC and DACG officials that the unit has arrived at the APOE.

b.
Coordinates with UMC, DACG and/or supporting installation officials to
verify APOE movement schedules, procedures, and requirements.

c.
Briefs hospital on duties and responsibilities based on UMC, DACG and/or
supporting installation officials' instructions.

d.
Directs hospital to conduct final preparation of vehicles and equipment IAW
deployment SOP and DOD 4500.9-R.

e.
Conducts acceptance inspection of vehicles and equipment with DACG
officials at the alert holding area.

f.
Directs unit to correct deficiencies noted during acceptance inspection.

g.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

i.
Transfers custody of equipment and cargo to DACG officials IAW
deployment SOP.

j.
Briefs the medical brigade/medical group commander on status of APOE
activities.

*
2. UMO supervises APOE activities. (113-637-2001, 850-001-2000, 850-001­3001)

a.
Coordinates with DACG and/or supporting installation officials for
transportation, maintenance, equipment, and other support, as required.

b.
Coordinates with DACG officials to verify APOE movement schedules,
procedures, and requirements.

c.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 section 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 IAW TALCE/DACG instructions.

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 under supervision
of the DACG or loadmaster.

j.
Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

k.
Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

*
3. Leaders supervise final preparation of vehicles, equipment, cargo, and personal gear for deployment. (101-92Y-0006, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000, 850-001­3001)

a.
Inspect vehicles, equipment, cargo, and personal gear for completeness,
damage and compliance with loading plans IAW MA plan.

b.
Inspect vehicles, equipment, cargo, and personal gear for proper marking
and documentation IAW MA plan.

c.
Inspect vehicles and cargo to ensure deficiencies noted during acceptance
inspection have been corrected.

d.
Coordinate with the UMO for maintenance assistance, as required.

e.
Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

f.
Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

4. Hospital performs APOE MA activities. (101-92Y-0006, 850-001-2000)
a. Performs after-operations PMCS IAW deployment SOP and applicable
TMs.

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b.
Notifies supervisor of maintenance problems beyond operator's capability to repair.

c.
Conducts final preparation of vehicles and equipment IAW DOD 4500.9-R and UMO's instructions.

d.
Adjusts vehicle fuel levels IAW TM 38-250 and UMO's instructions.

e.
Turns in excess fuel IAW UMO's instructions.

f.
Corrects deficiencies on vehicles, cargo, and personal gear IAW leaders' instructions.

g.
Corrects deficiencies on placement of placards, labels, and certification documents on hazardous material IAW deployment SOP, movement plan, TM 38-250, and UMO's instructions.

h.
Moves to APOE alert holding area, as directed.

i.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

j.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

5. Hospital performs APOE alert holding area activities.
a.
Corrects deficiencies in shipping documents, markings, custom labels, and decontamination tags on vehicles and equipment IAW deployment SOP, and UMO's instructions.

b.
Drives vehicles to call forward area, as directed.

6. Hospital performs APOE passenger activities.
a.
Reports to designated location for DACG safety and anti-terrorism briefing IAW UMO's instructions.

b.
Provides baggage detail to load unit baggage on aircraft, as directed.

c.
Completes security screen IAW DACG officials' instructions.

d.
Boards aircraft IAW loadmaster's instructions.

TASK PERFORMANCE I EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
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
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability,.STP 21-24-SMCT cleanliness, and serviceability 113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a.STP 21-1-SMCT Secure Net 850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and .STP 21-24-SMCT Risk Mgt Process 850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard. STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
NO-GO
.
TOTAL
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ELEMENTS: 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV UNIT HEADQUARTERS
TASK: PERFORM AERIAL PORT OF DEBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR DEPLOYMENT
(63-2-8011.08-705L) (FM 55-65). (AR 200-1). (AR 385-10) (DOD REG 4500.9-R).(FM 100-17). (FM 3-100.4) (FM 55-10). (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14) (TC 3-34.489)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Aircraft carrying main body lands at the APOD. The medical brigade/medical group has advance party personnel at the APOD to assist the hospital in APOD activities. Representatives from the hospital advance party and AACG meet the aircraft. AACG officials have requested that hospital personnel assist in offloading vehicles. The AACG has designated a holding area and a MA for the hospital to complete APOD activities. Transportation is available to move the hospital to the MA, SPOD, and theater SA. The hospital commander has designated an equipment reception team to travel to the SPOD and receive hospital vehicles and equipment deployed by ship. The deployment SOP 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 hospital commander to receive the hospital's equipment once it arrives at the port. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
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TASK STANDARDS: APOD activities are performed IAW deployment SOP and AACG officials' and the hosptial commander's instructions.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Hospital commander coordinates arrival of personnel.

a.
Coordinates with hospital advance party and PMCT officials upon arrival for
location of holding and MA(s), maintenance support, movement, security,
and other special APOD requirements.

b.
Assembles hospital in holding area.

c.
Directs leaders to establish security, as required.

d.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4
representative or PMCT for transportation support to APOD MA, SPOD
holding area, and theater SA.

e.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3
representative for tactical intelligence, security requirements, and
movement schedule.

f.
Briefs leaders on tactical situation, security requirements, movement
schedule, and special APOD requirements.

g.
Directs leaders to establish security IAW medical operation officer's
instructions.

h.
Directs hospital leaders to prepare hospital for movement to the TSB.

i.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

j.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

*
2. UMO supervises APOD activities. (113-637-2001, 551-88N-0004)

a.
Coordinates with AACG for offloading and movement schedules.

b.
Briefs leaders on offloading and movement schedules.

c.
Provides AACG, supporting installation officials, and operations section a
copy of DEL.

d.
Coordinates with operations section for convoy routes, maps, and timetable
for road movements to SPOE and theater SA.

e.
Coordinates with HSMO representatives for fuel and supplies for road
movements.

f.
Briefs hospital commander on APOD activities.

*
3. Leaders supervise APOD activities. (101-92Y-0006, 850-001-2000, 850-001­3001)

a.
Inspect personnel and weapons for accountability as they exit aircraft.

b.
Brief personnel on location of holding and MAs, movement requirements,
and special APOD requirements.

c.
Establish security IAW the hospital commander's instructions.

d.
Designate personnel to assist in offloading aircraft, as required.

e.
Inspect personnel and personal gear at the holding area and MA to ensure
all personnel have arrived with required personal gear and baggage.

f.
Brief hospital commander on APOD activities.

g.
Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

4. Company HQ prepares soldiers for movement to TSB. (113-637-2001, 805C­PAD-2461)

a.
Issues individual supplies (e.g., ammunition, food, water, health and
comfort items), as needed.

b.
Coordinates with the AACG for life support for unit personnel in the transit holding area, as needed. •

c.
Maintains daily personnel accountability.

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5. Main body performs APOD activities. (101-92Y-0006, 850-001-2000)
a.
Disembarks aircraft IAW loadmaster's instructions.

b.
Assembles in APOD holding area, as directed.

c.
Performs offloading activities IAW AACG officials' and loadmaster's
instructions.

d.
Performs security functions, as directed.

e.
Moves to APOD MA IAW the hospital commander's instructions.

f.
Inspects vehicles and equipment to ensure all equipment is offloaded and
serviceable.

g.
Notifies leaders of vehicle and/or equipment deficiencies that can not be
corrected.

h.
Reconfigures vehicles and cargo for road movement, if necessary.

i.
Fuels vehicles for convoy to theater SA, if appropriate.

j.
Loads baggage on transportation for movement to SPOD holding area or
theater SA, as directed.

k.
Boards transportation for movement to SPOD holding area or theater SA,
as directed.

I.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

m.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP. _

TASK PERFORMANCE I 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
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
551-88N-0004 Coordinate Unit Movement STP 21-24-SMCT
805C-PAD-2461 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status STP 21-24-SMCT

Report)
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV UNIT HEADQUARTERS
TASK: PERFORM SEA PORT OF DEBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR DEPLOYMENT
(63-2-8012.08-705L) (FM 55-65). (AR 200-1) (AR 385-10) (FM 100-17). (FM 3-100.4) (FM 55-10)
(FM 8-10-14) (TC 3-34.489)
(FM 8-10).
1.2 3.4.5 (Circle)
ITERATION:.
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: T P U (Circle)
CONDITIONS: Hospital equipment and supercargoes have arrived at the SPOD. The hospital commander has designated an equipment reception team and is located with the equipment reception team in the SPOD holding area. The equipment reception team has been trained and briefed on duties and responsibilities. The medical brigade/medical group HQ has deployed and the medical brigade/medical group commander and representatives from the medical brigade/medical group staff are located in the SPOD. The HSMO has coordinated with MCT for reception and onward movement requirements. A rail loading team chief and rail loading team has been designated and trained. Transportation support is available. HN or MP security is provided. The PSA has designated an area for equipment to be inventoried and inspected as it is offloaded. Rail and road MA(s) have been designated for the hospital to complete SPOD activities and prepare for movement to the theater SA. Sufficient railcars and vehicles are available to move the hospital to the theater SA. The hospital's main body is located in the theater SA. The deployment SOP is available. SPOD activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: SPOD activities are performed IAW deployment SOP and PSA officials' and the hospital commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Hospital commander directs SPOD activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 151-357-0002)

a.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3
representative and/or PSA and ATMCT officials upon arrival for location of
holding and MA(s), maintenance, logistics, and movement support and
security, and other special SPOD requirements.

b.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 and/or PSA

officials for life support for hospital personnel while at the SPOD.
. c. Identifies amount of PREPO materiel required by the hospital.

d.
Assembles hospital in holding area.

e.
Conducts acceptance inspection with PSA officials.

f.
Notifies supply and service division representative of missing or damaged
equipment.

g.
Assumes custody of equipment and cargo IAW supply and service division
representative and PSA officials' instructions.

h.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4
representative for transportation support to theater SA, if required.

i.
Coordinates with medical operations officer for departure schedules to the
theater SA.

j.
Verifies arrival, morale, and welfare of supercargoes.

k.
Reestablishes accountability and responsibility for supercargoes.

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I. Directs convoy and rail loading parties to proceed to rail loading or road
convoy MA(s) IAW medical operations officer's instructions.

m.
Monitors preparation of equipment for road convoy or rail movement to
ensure compliance with TSOP.

n.
Briefs leaders on APOD requirements.

o.
Briefs medical command/medical brigade commander or designated
representative on SPOD activities, as required.

p.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

q.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

*
2. UMO supervises SPOD activities. (091-CLT-4029, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)

a.
Coordinates with supply and service division representative to identify
offloading schedules; location of holding and MA(s), location of PREPO
vehicles and materiel; and other SPOD information, as required.

b.
Briefs personnel on offloading schedules, drawing PREPO vehicles and
materiel, special SPOD requirements, and location of MA.

c.
Coordinates with medical operations officer representative to identify
equipment, loading times and sites, and hospital loading requirements to
prepare designated equipment for rail movement to theater SA.

d.
Coordinates with medical operations officer representatives for convoy
routes, maps, tactical intelligence, and timetable for road move to theater
SA.

e.
Coordinates with supply and service division representatives for fuel,
ammunition, and supplies for road move to theater SA.

f.
Provides rail loading plan to rail loading team chief.

g.
Monitors rail loading procedures to ensure compliance with MCT's
instructions.

h.
Monitors preparation of equipment for road convoy to ensure compliance
with TSOP.

i.
Briefs equipment reception party on rail loading and convoy requirements.

j.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

k.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

I.
Briefs hospital commander on SPOD activities.

3. Supercargoes perform SPOD activities.
a.
Disembark ship IAW vessel POC's instructions.

b.
Report to commander for instructions.

4. Equipment reception team performs equipment reception activities. (101-92Y-
0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)

a.
Offloads vehicles IAW PSA officials' instructions.

b.
Inspects equipment to ensure all equipment is operational.

c.
Moves vehicles and materiel from PREPO locations to rail or convoy MA(s).

d.
Moves hospital vehicles and cargo to SPOD rail or convoy MA(s).

e.
Performs before-operations PMCS on all vehicles and equipment.

f.
Corrects all vehicle and equipment discrepancies within the operator's
capabilities IAW applicable TM.

g.
Reports all deficiencies beyond operator's capability to immediate
supervisor.

h.
Reconfigures vehicles and cargo for road movement, if necessary.

i.
Fuels vehicles for convoy to theater SA, if appropriate.

j.
Draws weapons, ammunition, and other tactical supplies from HSMO
representative, if necessary.

k.
Notifies UMO that vehicles are offloaded and operational.

I.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

m.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
5. Rail loading team chief supervises rail loading activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)

a.
Coordinates with UMO for rail loading plans.

b.
Coordinates with UMO 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 hospital commander when rail loading is completed.

g.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

6. Rail loading team performs rail loading. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-
2000)

a.
Stages vehicles IAW rail loading plan.

b.
Loads vehicles and equipment on railcars IAW rail loading plan and UMO's
instructions.

c.
Secures vehicles and equipment IAW rail loading plan and UMO's
instructions.

d.
Notifies rail loading team chief when rail loading is completed.

e.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

f.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP. _

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 Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT

cleanliness, and serviceability
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in .a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
151-357-0002 Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) STP 21-24-SMCT
Operations
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
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ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) UNIT HEADQUARTERS
TASK: PREPARE EQUIPMENT RECEPTION TEAM FOR TACTICAL ROAD MARCH (DEPLOYMENT)
(63-2-8013.08-705L) (FM 55-30). (AR 200-1). (AR 385-10) (FM 3-100.4). (FM 3-4). (FM 3-5)
(FM 7-20). (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)
(FM 8-10-6). (TC 3-34.489)

ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital has received a movement order from the medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3 to move from the SPOD MA to theater SA or TAA. The hospital's vehicles have been offloaded and are operational. Movement can occur in a field or MOUT environment. The MCT has provided routes of march and a movement schedule. Coordination for MEDEVAC support has been accomplished by hospital staff personnel. The medical brigade/medical group and hospital TSOPs are available. The march commander has been designated. Strip maps are provided by the operations section. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Equipment reception team is ready to cross SP NLT time prescribed in movement order. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors increase preparation time.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Equipment reception team prepares vehicles and equipment. (052-191-1362,
850-001-2000)

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 RF tags to vehicles IAW local directives, as available.

h.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

i.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

*
2. March commander and leaders organize convoy. (113-637-2001, 551-88M-
0001, 551-88N-0002, 551-88N-0004, 850-001-2000)..

a.
Assign vehicle positions with the heavier, slower vehicles placed first.

b.
Assign control vehicles in convoy without setting a pattern. NOTE: Hospital assigns movement tracking system equipped vehicles as control vehicles, if available.

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.

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e.
Assign passenger locations where all hospital personnel have a position
and semi-automatic weapons are alternated throughout the convoy to cover
front, rear, and flanks.

f.
Assign soldiers to air guard duties with specific search sectors covering 360
..degrees.

g.
Assign sufficient number of recovery vehicles and mechanics to trail party
element.

h.
Coordinate with supporting unit for sufficient or additional number of
recovery vehicles and mechanics, if required.

i.
Provide vehicle position listing with locations of all vehicles to the trail party
leader.

j.
Open radio net(s) as specified in the movement order.

k.
Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

I.
Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

*
3. March commander and leaders conduct premovement inspections. (101-92Y-0006)

a.
Inspect personnel and their equipment for compliance with the hospital
commander's guidance, movement order, and TSOP.

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 hospital commander and the
operations section.

*
4. March commander conducts briefings for convoy personnel. (551-88N-0002)

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, environmental protection, accident, and break-down
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/hand signals.

n.
Briefs RFs and call signs for control personnel and MEDEVAC support.

5. Equipment reception team prepares to cross SP. (071-004-0001, 071-004-0003,
071-311-2025)

a.
Positions all vehicles IAW the march commander's instructions.

b.
Loads all individual 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 operations section.

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TASK PERFORMANCE I 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 References
Task Number Task Title
052-191-1362 CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT STP 21-1-SMCT
071-004-0001 Maintain an M9 Pistol STP 21-1-SMCT
071-004-0003 Load an M9 Pistol STP 21-1-SMCT
071-311-2025 Maintain an M16-Series Rifle STP 21-1-SMCT
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT

cleanliness, and serviceability
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
551-88M-0001 Lead a Convoy Serial/March Unit STP 21-24-SMCT
551-88N-0002 Prepare for Unit Move STP 21-24-SMCT
551-88N-0004 Coordinate Unit Movement STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT

Risk Mgt Process
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A PATIENT ADMIN DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: CONDUCT STAGING ACTIVITIES (63-2-8026.08-705L) (FM 100-17). (AR 200-1) (AR 385-10) (FM 3-100.4). (FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-14) (TC 3-34.489)
. ..
ITERATION: 1.2 3 4.
5 (Circle) ....
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: T P U (Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital is in the process of deploying following receipt of an OPORD. The hospital has arrived in-theater at the APOD and has moved to the TSB for reuniting with hospital equipment. The hospital's equipment reception team has just arrived at the TSB from the SPOD with hospital equipment. The TSOP, hospital movement plan, security plan, hospital access rosters, and current maps are available. The hospital has a trained officer and/or NCO appointed as UMO and alternate UMO. The hospital is deploying as part of a higher HQ deployment. Staging activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions.
NOTE: Since staging bases are not always available, the hospital should be prepared to move directly to
the TAA or into their AO from the port staging area. When this is necessary, the marshaling/staging
functions are performed in a designated staging area in the vicinity of the port. This task should not be
trained in MOPP4.

TASK STANDARDS: Personnel and equipment are mission capable, configured for the specific mission,
and prepared for onward movement to the TAA.

GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
*
1. Hospital commander supervises staging activities.

a.
Directs accountability be established for hospital personnel and equipment.

b.
Marshals unit personnel and equipment in preparation for onward
movement.

c.
Notifies TSB's C2 element of hospital arrival.

d.
Files initial unit status report, as directed.

e.
Conducts "Road-to-War" brief.

f.
Conducts threat brief for all soldiers.

g.
Conducts ROE brief.

h.
Directs movement planning.

i.
Prepares hospital for mission.

j.
Receives daily situational briefings from hospital leaders.

k.
Briefs higher HQ on status of hospital.

I.
Notifies TSB when readiness is achieved.

m.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

n.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

2. Company HQ performs staging activities. (101-92Y-0004, 101-92Y-0005, 113-
637-2001, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)

a.
Establishes command post.

b.
Verifies accountability of personnel and equipment.

c.
Coordinates for life support with supported element(s), as required.

d.
Provides information concerning staging area activities based on TSOP to
element leaders.

e.
Conducts risk assessment for onward movement.

f.
Establishes communications with reception, staging, onward movement,
and integration providers and higher-level commands.

g.
Establishes training objectives to be completed in the staging area.

h.
Verifies routes of march and support arrangements.

i.
Reports incremental buildup of combat power IAW TSB TSOP.

j.
Conducts daily meetings with staging base operators.

k.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

I.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

3. UMO performs staging activities. (113-637-2001, 551-88N-0002, 551-88N-0003,
551-88N-0004, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)

a.
Stages equipment in correct configuration for onward movement.

b.
Plans onward movement to the TAA.

c.
Coordinates with MCT for onward movement.

d.
Prepares vehicles and equipment for movement.

e.
Verifies equipment is properly loaded on vehicles.

f.
Identifies convoy support centers.

g.
Prepares movement order.

h.
Briefs convoy personnel.

i.
Verifies SP time is established.

j.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

k.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

4. Hospital conducts staging activities. (101-92Y-0006, 805C-PAD-2461, 850-001-
2000, 850-001-3001)

a.
Verifies life support needs are met for unit personnel.

b.
Performs maintenance activities to ensure all equipment is serviceable and
operational (e.g., refueling, PMCS, etc.).

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c.
Uploads equipment and supplies onto vehicles.

d.
Inventories all property.

e.
Identifies all shortages.

f.
Signs hand receipts, as needed.

g.
Maintains personnel accountability.

h.
Draws basic loads of Class I, II, Ill, IV, V, VIII, and IX, as needed.

i.
Initiates security measures, as directed.

j.
Performs force protection IAW the provisions of the Geneva Conventions.


k.
Conducts training, as needed.

I.
Conducts test driving, bore sighting, range activities, as directed.

m.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

n.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

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
101-92Y-0004 Enforce Property Accountability Policies STP 21-24-SMCT
101-92Y-0005 Enforce Compliance with Property STP 21-24-SMCT

Accountability Policies
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
551-88N-0002 Prepare for Unit Move STP 21-24-SMCT
551-88N-0003 Plan Unit Move STP 21-24-SMCT
551-88N-0004 Coordinate Unit Movement STP 21-24-SMCT
805C-PAD-2461 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status STP 21-24-SMCT

Report)
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
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ELEMENTS: ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD RADIOLOGY SERVICE ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS
TASK: CONDUCT INTEGRATION ACTIVITIES (63-2-8025.08-705L)
.
(FM 100-17). (FM 55-65) (FM 8-10)
(FM 8-10-14)

ITERATION:. 1.2.3 4.
5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital is in the process of deploying following.receipt of an OPORD. The hospital has arrived at the POD, moved through the designated staging area site, and has closed in the TAA. Prior to onward movement from the staging area, the hospital has verified that it has met mission readiness criteria. The hospital initiates C2 procedures with the gaining command. The TSOP, OPLANs, hospital security plan, hospital access rosters, and current maps are available. The hospital is deploying as part of a higher HQ deployment. Integration activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Personnel and equipment are combat ready and integrated into the operational mission of the gaining tactical force commander.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
* 1. Hospital commander supervises integration activities.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
a.
Directs communication link-up into gaining command net.

b.
Directs hospital to occupy area designated by gaining command.

c.
Directs hospital HQ to integrate hospital security plan into gaining
command's operational force protection measures.

d.
Directs hospital HQ to integrate into the gaining command's CSS system.

e.
Directs hospital HQ to submit reports IAW gaining command
TSOP/OPLANs.

2. Hospital HQ completes integration actions. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 151-
357-0002)

a.
Enters tactical communications net.

b.
Integrates unit into TAA security plan.

c.
Clarifies operational mission parameters with medical brigade
DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3.

d.
Submits required reports to gaining command.

e.
Conducts training as directed by gaining command.

f.
Coordinates support requirements with gaining command.

g.
Establishes direct support relationships with various support elements in
the support structure (e.g., supply, services, maintenance, medical, etc.).

h.
Assumes missions as directed by the gaining command.

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
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
151-357-0002 Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) STP 21-24-SMCT
Operations

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
DODD0A-012581
ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE • BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: PERFORM REDEPLOYMENT PERSONNEL AND ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIONS
(63-2-8014.08-705L) (FM 100-17). (AR 600-8-101). (FM 55-10) (FM 55-65). (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)
(TC 3-34.489)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3 4.
5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital receives a warning order to redeploy to home station. The hospital is located in the TAA. Some personnel and administrative actions are initiated in the TAA and completed in the RAA. The hospital is redeploying as part of a medical brigade/medical group redeployment. The hospital adjutant has provided a SRP schedule to the hospital commander. The hospital adjutant has coordinated for ASG contact team support. Transportation to move the hospital to SRP facilities is available. The redeployment movement plan is available. The unit has a trained officer and/or NCO appointed as UMO and alternate UMO. Preparation activities for redeployment are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Redeployment SRP activities are accomplished IAW redeployment movement plan, hospital adjutant SRP schedule, and hospital commander's guidance.
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*
1. Hospital commander directs personnel and administrative SRP activities.

a.
Directs hospital adjutant to identify personnel and administrative
requirements for redeployment.

b.
Designates hospital advance party representatives and SPOE team.

c.
Briefs leaders on personnel and administrative requirements for
redeployment.

d.
Provides personnel and administrative processing schedule to company
HQ.

e.
Directs the company HQ to develop a hospital personnel and administrative
processing schedule.

f.
Forwards list of personnel unable to redeploy to medical brigade
_ DCSPER/medical group Si.

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 administrative division for personnel and administrative
support, as required.

k.
Briefs medical brigade/medical group commander on status of personnel
and administrative actions.

2. Company HQ supervises redeployment personnel and administrative actions.
(805C-PAD-2461, 805C-PAD-4359)

a.
Develops unit personnel and administrative processing schedule based on
the redeployment movement plan, medical brigade DCSPER/medical group
S1 SRP processing schedule, and commander's guidance.

b.
Distributes unit personnel and administrative processing schedule to unit
elements.

c.
Monitors personnel and administrative processing to ensure personnel
complete actions IAW schedule.

d.
Verifies redeployment records are updated prior to soldier's departure from
theater.

3. Administrative division performs personnel redeployment processing functions.
(113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 805C-PAD-2044, 805C-PAD-2402, 805C-PAD­4359)

a.
Identifies COA for soldiers not eligible for redeployment, to include
temporary gaining command, transfer procedures, and administrative
requirements.

b.
Provides list of soldiers eligible for redeployment and those scheduled to
return as individuals.

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 the soldier departs.

f.
Sends records to home station on different conveyance as soldiers.

g.
Completes personnel and administrative requirements for deployment IAW
higher HQ directives.

h.
Prepares passenger manifest.

i.
Processes recommendations for decorations and awards IAW hospital
commander's instructions.

j.
Completes evaluation reports for eligible soldiers who are scheduled to
redeploy individually.

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k.
Inputs status changes and other actions to pay and personnel systems.

I.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSPER/medical group S1 for personnel
and administrative support, as required.

m.
Briefs commander on personnel and administrative actions, as required.

*
4. Leaders supervise personnel and administrative actions. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 805C-PAD-2044, 805C-PAD-2402, 805C-PAD-2461, 805C-PAD-4359)

a.
Direct personnel to complete personnel and administrative actions, as
required.

b.
Monitor personnel and administrative processing to ensure personnel
complete actions IAW schedule.

c.
Submit performance reports, award and decoration recommendations, and
other personnel actions to hospital commander for approval/certification, as
required.

d.
Coordinate with administrative division for personnel and administrative
support, as required.

e.
Submit records and reports to hospital HQ IAW the redeployment
movement plan and the hospital commander's instructions.

f.
Brief hospital 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 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
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
805C-PAD-2044 Recommend Individual for Award STP 21-24-SMCT
805C-PAD-2402 Provide Input on Personnel Actions Affecting STP 21-24-SMCT

Subordinates
805C-PAD-2461 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status STP 21-24-SMCT
Report)
805C-PAD-4359 Manage Soldier's Deployment Requirements STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD PATIENT ADMIN DIV HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV UNIT HEADQUARTERS NUTRITION CARE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM LITTER BEARER SECTION OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE
TASK: PERFORM REDEPLOYMENT TRAINING ACTIVITIES (63-2-8015.08-705L)
.
(FM 55-65). (AR 200-1) (AR 220-10)
.
(AR 385-10). (FM 100-17) (FM 3-100.4)
.
(FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14) (TC 3-34.489)
..
.

ITERATION:. 1 2 3 4 5 (Circle) ..
.
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: T P U (Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital is preparing for redeployment to home station. Sufficient time exists for the hospital to conduct redeployment training. Training support is available to train hospital personnel in customs, USDA, USPHS, and other redeployment requirements. Training is conducted in the TAA and/or RAA. The hospital commander has designated a training officer and NCO. The redeployment movement plan, higher HQ redeployment OPORD, and training records are available. The hospital has a trained officer and/or NCO appointed as UMO and alternate UMO. The hospital is redeploying as part of a medical brigade/medical group HQ redeployment. Redeployment training activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Redeployment training is accomplished IAW the training schedule and the hospital commanders guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Hospital commander directs redeployment training activities.

a.
Identifies redeployment training requirements by reviewing the
.redeployment movement plan and medical command/medical brigade
redeployment OPORD and in coordination with the medical brigade
DCSPER/medical group S1.

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b.
Directs medical operations officer to develop a hospital training schedule.

c.
Designates personnel to receive redeployment training.

d.
Directs safety procedures JAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

e.
Directs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

f.
Briefs medical brigade/medical group commander on status of
redeployment training.

g.
Completes verification statement and checklists indicating the status of the
hospital.

*
2. Training officer/NCO supervise redeployment training activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 805C-PAD-1245, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)

a.
Develop training schedule based on redeployment OPORD, specialized
training requirements identified by higher HQ, and hospital commander's
guidance.

b.
Coordinate with medical operations officer for training support, as required.

c.
Provide training schedule to leaders, as appropriate.

d.
Provide stress control and family support reorientation briefings IAW higher
HQ directives.

e.
Monitor training to ensure appropriate training is provided to personnel.

f.
Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

g.
Enforce environmental protection procedures JAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

h.
Brief hospital commander on status of redeployment training.

*
3. Leaders perform redeployment training activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)

a.
Coordinate with UMO for required training support.

b.
Conduct training IAW training schedule, if required.

c.
Annotate training results on individual and team training records.

d.
Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

e.
Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

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
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD RADIOLOGY SERVICE HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG)
TASK: PERFORM REDEPLOYMENT SUPPLY ACTIVITIES (63-2-8016.08-705L)
(AR 700-84). (AR 200-1). (AR 220-10)
(AR 385-10). (FM 100-17). (FM 10-27-4)
(FM 3-100.4). (FM 55-65). (FM 8-10)
(FM 8-10-14). (TC 3-34.489)

ITERATION:. 1.2 3 4.
5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: '.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital is preparing for redeployment to home station. Vehicles, equipment, and supplies are available for reconstitution of hospitals redeploying. Redeployment supply activities are accomplished in the TM and RAA. The TSOP, redeployment movement plan, and medical brigade/medical group redeployment OPORD are available. The hospital is redeploying as part of a medical brigade/medical group redeployment. Redeployment supply activities to include unit and medical are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Redeployment supply activities are accomplished IAW the redeployment movement plan, TSOP, medical brigade/medical group redeployment OPORD, and the hospital commander's guidance.
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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
*
1. Hospital commander directs redeployment supply activities.

a.
Identifies vehicles and equipment to be left in-country.

b.
Identifies vehicles and equipment required to reconstitute the hospital before or after redeployment.

c.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 to issue vehicles, equipment, and supplies required to reconstitute the hospital.

d.
Identifies supplies and equipment needed to redeploy to home station by

'.reviewing the redeployment movement plan, redeployment OPORD, and coordination with the medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4.
e.
Directs leaders to turn-in vehicles, ammhospitalion, supplies, and equipment to be left in-country.

f.
Directs leaders to provide supply and equipment requests to supply and service division.

g.
Directs supply and service division to turn-in excess supplies and equipment PAW TSOP and medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4's instructions.

h.
Inspects area and facilities to ensure excess vehicles, equipment, and supplies have been turned-in.

i.
Enforces safety procedures PAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

j.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

k.
Briefs medical brigade/medical group commander and medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 on supply status, as required.

2. DIV/SVC/SEC/TM perform redeployment supply activities.
a.
Identify shortages of vehicles, supplies, and equipment by conducting inventories and reviewing DEL.

b.
Identify shortages of clothing and personal equipment by inventorying organization clothing and individual equipment.

c.
Submit requests for vehicles, supplies, and equipment to supply and service division IAW TSOP and hospital the commander's instructions.

3. Supply and service division provides supply support. (101-92Y-0006, 113-600­2001, 113-637-2001)
a.
Provides a copy of the AUEL to DIV/SVC/SEC/TM, as required.

b.
Submits request for supplies and equipment to medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 IAW TSOP.

c.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 to resolve or cancel outstanding requisitions.

d.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 for transportation and MHE support to turn-in, pick-up, issue, and/or pack ammunition, equipment, and supplies, if necessary.

e.
Inspects issued vehicles and equipment for serviceability and
completeness.

f.
Issues vehicles, equipment, and supplies to appropriate DIV/SVC/SEC/TM IAW TSOP and the commander's instructions.

g.
Secures unissued supplies and equipment IAW TSOP.

h.
Turns in equipment, supplies, and hazardous material to designated facility, as appropriate.

i.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

j.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

GO NO-GO

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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES k. Briefs hospital commander on supply status. GO NO-GO
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO" TOTAL
"*" indicates a leader task step.
Task Number 101-92Y-0006 113-600-2001 113-637-2001 SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS Task Title References Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability STP 21-24-SMCT Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT Secure Net
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE

ELEMENTS: DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS. OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: PERFORM REDEPLOYMENT MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES (UNIT WITH MAINTENANCE ELEMENT) (63-2-8017.08-705L)
(DA PAM 738-750).(AR 200-1). (AR 220-1)
(AR 385-10). (AR 700-138). (AR 750-1)
(DA PAM 750-35).(FM 100-17). (FM 3-100.4)
(FM 4-30.3). (FM 55-10). (FM 55-65)

(FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14). (TC 3-34.489)
ITERATION:. 1.2 3 4.
5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital is preparing for redeployment to home station. A Motor Off has been designated by the hospital commander. Required tools, equipment, and personnel are available. MSTs are available in the TAA and RAA. The maintenance SOP is available. The hospital is redeploying as part of a medical brigade/medical group redeployment. Redeployment maintenance is performed day or night under all environmental conditions. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Redeployment maintenance is accomplished IAW the maintenance SOP and the hospital commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
* 1. Hospital commander directs redeployment maintenance activities.
a. Identifies redeployment maintenance requirements IAW TA guidance.
b. Monitors maintenance activities for compliance with the maintenance SOP
and the hospital commander's guidance.
c. Approves the use of controlled exchange when required repair parts are not
available.
d. Checks MCSR for accuracy and completeness.
e. Forwards MCSR to the medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4. .
f. Coordinates with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 for
maintenance support, as required.
g. Prioritizes repair of vehicles and equipment.
h. Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
i. Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
* 2. HSMO and/or motor SGT supervise redeployment maintenance activities. (091-
CLT-3009, 091-CLT-4029, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000, 850­
001-3001)
a. Identify hospital operational readiness levels by reviewing vehicle and
equipment status reports, PMCS, and redeployment maintenance checks.
b. Prepare MCSR IAW AR 220-1 and AR 700-138.
c. Submit current MCSR to hospital commander.
d. Submit request for MSTs to hospital commander, as required.
e. Submit request for controlled exchanges to hospital commander for
approval.
f. Designate maintenance personnel to assist MSTs IAW maintenance SOP,
supply and service division, and hospital commander's instructions.
g. Direct calibration of tools, if required.
h. Verify PLL inventory by conducting spot checks.
i. Verify completion of repairs by reviewing maintenance records.
j. Coordinate with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 to identify
status of vehicles and equipment in support maintenance.
k. Coordinate with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 for disposition
instructions for nonrepairable vehicles.
I. Brief the hospital commander on maintenance status of vehicles and
equipment, as required.
m. Issue and/or reissue military drivers and equipment licenses to hospital
personnel, as needed.
n. Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
o. Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
3. Maintenance element(s) performs medical and organizational maintenance
activities. (101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)
a. Calibrates tools, as required.
b. Inspects equipment IAW appropriate operator and organizational
maintenance TM(s).
c. Record's all deficiencies on equipment inspection worksheets.
d. Corrects hospital-level maintenance deficiencies.
e. Forwards requests for DS maintenance to supporting maintenance facility.
f. Requests required repair parts from PLL clerk.
g. Repairs equipment IAW applicable TM(s).
h. Requests approval for controlled exchange through HSMO or SGT when
required repair parts are not available.
i: Performs controlled exchange IAW HSMO or SGT's instructions.
j. Performs final inspection to ensure quality control of repairs.

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k.
Conducts inventory of PLL to confirm shortages IAW PLL listing.

I.
Submits request for PLL replenishment to supply service division, as
required.

m.
Performs technical inspections of replacement equipment IAW applicable
TM(s) and manufacturer's instructions.

n.
Releases equipment to appropriate DIV/SVC/SEC/TM.

o.
Coordinates medical equipment maintenance with medical command
DCSLOG/medical brigade S4, if necessary.

p.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

q.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

4. Maintenance element(s) conducts transactions with MSTs. (113-600-2001, 113-
637-2001)

a.
Identifies vehicles and equipment that require MST support.

b.
Prepares required documentation for submission to MST.

c.
Deliver 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. Leaders supervise redeployment operator maintenance activities. (091-CLT-3009, 091-CLT-4029, 101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)

a.
Monitor performance of PMCS and redeployment maintenance for
compliance with the redeployment movement plan, maintenance SOP,
applicable TM(s), and hospital commander's guidance.

b.
Inspect vehicles, weapons, and equipment to ensure compliance with
maintenance SOP, applicable TM(s), and hospital commander's guidance.

c.
Provide input for MCSR to motor officer, as required.

d.
Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

e.
Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

6. Hospital performs redeployment operator maintenance. (850-001-2000)
a.
Performs PMCS IAW applicable TM(s).

b.
Notifies supervisor of maintenance problems beyond operator's capabilities.

c.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

d.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP. .

TASK PERFORMANCE I 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-3009 Supervise Maintenance Operations STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
091-CLT-4029 Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS)

SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
850-001-200Q Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: NP WARD & CONSULT SVC HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOr.A B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE.• LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: PREPARE VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT FOR REDEPLOYMENT (63-2-8018.08-705L) (DA PAM 738-750).(AR 200-1). (AR 220-10)
. .
(AR 385-10) (AR 40-12) (DOD REG 4500.9-R)
. .
(FM 100-17) (FM 3-100.4) (FM 55-10)
. .
(FM 55-30) (FM 55-65) (FM 55-9)
. .
(FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-14) (TC 3-34.489)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital receives a movement directive to redeploy to home station. Preparation of vehicles and equipment for redeployment is performed in the TM and/or RAA and APOE or SPOE UMA. A rail head is available. All personnel are present and have been trained on requirements for preparing vehicles and equipment for redeployment. Packing and crating, weighing and loading, vehicle and equipment cleaning, and rail loading teams have been designated and trained. Transportation support, railcars, weighing scales, packing materials, MHE, shipping containers, inserts, pallets, and other equipment preparation and loading materials are available. The movement directive, redeployment movement plan and medical brigade/medical group redeployment OPORD are available. The hospital has a trained officer and NCO appointed as UMO and alternate UMO. The hospital is redeploying as part
of a medical brigade/medical group redeployment. Equipment preparation is performed day or night under all environmental conditions. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Vehicles and equipment are prepared for redeployment and loaded for movement to APOE or SPOE IAW the redeployment movement plan and the hospital commander's guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Hospital commander directs vehicle and equipment preparation activities.

a.
Identifies equipment and supplies to be redeployed based on movement
directive, AUEL, movement plan, and the hospital commander's guidance.

b.
Identifies personnel, equipment, and vehicles scheduled to move to the
APOE or SPOE by road or rail by reviewing movement plan and medical
brigade/medical group commander or medical brigade DCSSPO/medical
group S2/S3's guidance.

c.
Designates a UMA and container packing area.

d.
Coordinates with medical brigade/medical group.for USDA, USPHS, and
customs contact team support.

e.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 for
transportation support to APOE or SPOE, if necessary.

f.
Inspects area to ensure all excess vehicles, equipment, and supplies have
been turned-in.

g.
Notifies medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3 when vehicles and
containers are loaded and ready to move.

h.
Directs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

i.
Directs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

*
2. UMO supervises vehicle and equipment preparation activities.

a.
Coordinates with MCA/MCT TC-ACCIS site for AUEL, military shipping

labels, and documents. NOTE: If the unit did not deploy with a DEL produced by TC-ACCIS, and AUEL will be generated based on the unit property book and vehicle and secondary load lists.
b.
Updates AUEL to reflect vehicles, equipment, and supplies to be
redeployed based on physical inventory, operational status, and the
commander's guidance.

c.
Updates AUEL to reflect actual weights based on results of weighing.

d.
Inputs updated AUEL into the MCA/MCT TC-ACCIS station.

e.
Provides MCA/MCT and/or supply and service division with information on
oversize and overweight vehicles, equipment, and cargo requiring special
handling, as required.

f.
Coordinates with TC-ACCIS site for DEL, BBPCT material requirements list,
vehicle/rail loading plans and schedules, special hauling permit requests,
military shipping labels, and convoy clearance requests produced by TC-
ACCIS.

g.
Coordinates with supply and service division for packing materials,
weighing scales, MHE, containers, inserts, pallets, and other equipment
preparation and loading materials, as required.

h.
Coordinates with supply and service division for RF tags for
sensitive/classified cargo, as required.

i.
Coordinates with USDA, USPHS, and customs contact team leaders for
vehicle and equipment packing, loading, and cleaning instructions.

j.
Provides leaders with a vehicle and equipment cleaning schedule.

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k.
Provides leaders with redeployment forms, shipping labels, and documents,
as required.

I.
Coordinates container pick-up with supply and service division.

m.
Provides special instructions to packing and crating teams, if necessary.

n.
Provides container packing schedule to leaders and customs contact team.

o.
Identifies transportation support requirements by reviewing redeployment
movement plan and current vehicle status reports.

p.
Coordinates with supply and service division for movement of vehicles and
equipment to rail loading site.

q.
Provides rail loading plan to rail loading team OIC/NCOIC.

r.
Provides rail loading team proper tools to conduct rail loadout.

s.
Coordinates with supply and service division or MCA/MCT officials for port
call message and verification of redeployment movement plan APOE or
SPOE requirements and procedures.

t.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

u.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

v.
Briefs hospital commander on status of preparation of vehicles and
equipment for deployment.

*
3. Leaders supervise preparation of DIV/SVC/SEC/TM for deployment.

a.
Verify adequate space has been allowed for personnel items and
secondary loads by reviewing loading plans.

b.
Revise loading plans, as required.

c.
Monitor packing and loading for compliance with the redeployment
movement plan and UMO and customs officials' instructions.

d.
Direct personnel to deliver vehicles and equipment to the vehicle and
equipment cleaning site IAW UMO's instructions.

e.
Monitor vehicle and equipment cleaning operations to ensure vehicles and
equipment are cleaned IAW the redeployment movement plan, USDA, and
USPHS officials' instructions.

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 and in compliance with
loading plans.

i.
Notify UMO of any load plan revisions.

j.
Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

k.
Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

*
4. UMO 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, as required.

c.
Submits AUEL changes to MCA/MCT TC-ACCIS site, if necessary.

5. Packing and crating teams prepare equipment for redeployment.
a.
Pack containers IAW loading plans, AUEL, and UMO, USDA, USPHS, and
customs officials' instructions.

b.
Pack hazardous materials IAW the redeployment movement plan and
UMO, USDA, USPHS, and customs officials' instructions.

c.
Prepare container packing lists and shipping documents IAW FM 55-65 and
UMO's instructions.

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d. Distribute container packing lists and shipping documents IAW FM 55-65,
UMO, USDA, USPHS, and customs officials' instructions.
e. Mark containers IAW the redeployment movement plan, FM 55-65, UMO,
USDA, USPHS, and customs officials' instructions.
f. Assist container pick-up crew in loading operations, as required.
g. Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
h. Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
6. Vehicle and equipment cleaning team cleans vehicles and equipment for
redeployment.
a. Guides vehicles into cleaning site, as directed by cleaning site officials.
b. Cleans vehicles and equipment IAW USDA, USPHS, and officials'
instructions.
c. Reports completion of vehicle and equipment cleaning operations to UMO.
7. Hospital prepares vehicles, equipment, and personal gear for redeployment.
a. Turns in excess vehicles, equipment, and supplies to supply and service
division.
b. Packs personal gear IAW movement plan and customs officials'
instructions.
c. Marks and/or tag personal gear and equipment IAW the redeployment
movement plan, UMOs, and customs officials' instructions.
d. Moves equipment to be packed in containers to the container packing area
IAW UMO's instructions.
e. Loads vehicles IAW the redeployment movement plan, loading plans, UMO,
and customs officials' instructions.
f. Places RF tags on sensitive/classified cargo and/or vehicles as directed by
higher HQ.
g. Delivers vehicles and equipment to the vehicle and equipment cleaning
site, as directed.
h. Moves vehicles to UMA, as directed.
i. Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
j. Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
8. Weighing and marking team weighs and marks vehicles for deployment.
a. Sets up weighing and marking area in designated area IAW the hospital
commander's instructions.
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 gravity based on axle weights (air movement
only).
f. Marks center of gravity on vehicles IAW DOD 4500.9-R and UMO's
instructions (air movement only).
g. Reports gross weights for each deploying vehicle to UMO.
h. Disestablishes weighing and marking area.
i. Returns vehicle weighing scales IAW owning facility or UMO's instructions.
j. Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
k. Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
9. Hospital prepares vehicles and equipment for movement to APOE or SPOE.
a: Stages vehicles for convoy to APOE or SPOE or rail loading site IAW
UMO's instructions.
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b.
Corrects loading deficiencies IAW loading plan, if necessary.

c.
Recomputes center of gravity, if necessary (air movement only).

d.
Remarks center of gravity on vehicles, if necessary (air movement only).

e.
Marks vehicles for movement to APOE or SPOE IAW FM 55-30, UMO,
USDA, USPHS, and customs officials' instructions.

f.
Places military shipping labels on vehicles and equipment IAW UMO's
instructions.

g.
Moves designated vehicles and equipment to the rail loading site IAW
movement plan and UMO's instructions.

h.
Prepares convoy for movement to APOE or SPOE. NOTE: Depending on tactical situation, see task steps 3 through 6 of task 8-2­8007.08-705L for detailed convoy preparation procedures.

i.
Notifies UMO that vehicles are ready to cross SP for convoy to APOE or
SPOE.

j.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

k.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

*10. Rail loading team chief supervises rail loading activities.
a.
Conducts safety briefing for hospital personnel at the rail loading site IAW
governing regulations and local procedures.

b.
Coordinates with UMO for rail loading plans.

c.
Coordinates with UMO to identify special rail loading requirements.

d.
Verifies the presence of rail guards by conducting roll call, if required.

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 hospital commander when rail loading is complete.

i.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

j.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

11. Rail loading team performs rail loading.
a. Stages vehicles IAW rail loading plan.
-
b. Loads vehicles and equipment on railcars IAW rail loading plan and UMO's

instructions.
c.
Secures vehicles and equipment IAW rail loading plan and UMO's
instructions.

d.
Notifies rail loading team chief when rail loading is complete.

e.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

f.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP. ._

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: NONE
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE • BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: PERFORM SEA PORT OF E MBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR REDEPLOYMENT (63-2-8019.08-705L)
(FM 55-65) (AR 200-1). (AR 220-10)
(AR 385-10) (DOD REG 4500.9-R).(FM 100-17)
(FM 3-100.4) (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)
(TC 3-34.489) (TM 38-250)
ITERATION: 1.2.3 4.
5 (Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P U (Circle)

CONDITIONS: The hospital's wheeled-vehicle convoy crosses the RP in the SPOE MA. The hospital commander has designated a hospital SPOE team and SPOE team OIC. The hospital has an advance party at the SPOE to assist in coordinating SPOE activities. Commercial support is not available. The hospital commander or SPOE team OIC has notified medical brigade/medical group and PSA officials of the hospital's arrival. PSA officials have requested hospital vehicle operators assistance in offloading vehicles deployed to the SPOE by rail. The rail head is located in the SPOE AO. Transportation, maintenance, logistics, and equipment cleaning support is available. An SPOE sterile area has been designated. The redeployment movement plan and redeployment OPORD are available. The hospital has a trained officer and NCO appointed as UMO and alternate UMO. The hospital is redeploying as part of a medical brigade/medical group deployment. SPOE activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: SPOE activities are performed IAW the redeployment movement plan and medical brigade/medical group and hospital staff and PSA officials' instructions.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Hospital commander or SPOE team OIC directs SPOE activities. (091-CLT­4029, 101-92Y-0003, 101-92Y-0004, 101-92Y-0005, 113-600-2001, 113-637­2001)

a.
Directs team to perform after-operation PMCS checks of vehicles.

b.
Identifies transportation requirements for return to unit area.

c.
Coordinates with supporting SUPCOM unit for transportation, maintenance,
and logistics support, as required.

d.
Coordinates with PSA officials to verify SPOE movement schedules,
procedures, 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
POC for supercargoes.

h.
Inspects supercargoes to ensure they are prepared for redeployment to
include proper orders and equipment.

i.
Briefs supercargoes on boarding schedule, responsibilities, and POC
during sea movement.

j.
Conducts acceptance inspection of vehicles, equipment, and cargo with
PSA officials.

k.
Directs team to correct deficiencies noted during PSA acceptance
inspection.

I.
Transfers custody of vehicles, equipment, and cargo to SPOE officials.

m.
Directs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

n.
Directs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

o.
Briefs the medical brigade/medical group commander or designated
representative on status of SPOE activities.

2. Supercargoes perform SPOE activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850­001-2000, 850-001-3001)

a.
Report to port commander's representative IAW the commander's
instructions.

b.
Perform SPOE activities IAW port commander's instructions.

c.
Coordinate with vessel POC for instructions on responsibilities and
accommodations...

d.
Report to the customs inspection site IAW port commander's instructions.

e.
Load baggage IAW instruction from vessel POC.

f.
Board ship IAW instruction from vessel POC.

g.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

*
3. UMO coordinates SPOE activities. (101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-_ 2001)

a.
Coordinates with PSA officials to verify loading sequence of vehicles and
equipment.

b.
Monitors PSA acceptance inspection of vehicles and cargo to identify
deficiencies.

c.
Coordinates with maintenance support POC for disposition of excess fuel
and POL products and maintenance support, as necessary.

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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
MCA/MCT, customs, USDA, and USPHS officials' instructions.

f.
Coordinates with MCA/MCT, customs, USDA, and USPHS officials to
correct deficiencies in shipping documents and labels, customs labels, and
decontamination tags.

g.
Briefs hospital commander and/or SPOE team OIC on status of SPOE
activities.

*
4. UMO coordinates rail offloading. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)

a.
Coordinates with PSA officials for rail offloading schedule and
requirements.

b.
Designates personnel to assist in rail offloading activities.

c.
Briefs designated personnel on schedule and requirements.

d.
Supervises rail offloading activities.

e.
Assumes custody of equipment by signing appropriate shipping documents.

f.
Notifies SPOE team leaders that equipment has arrived in the MA.

g.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

i.
Briefs hospital commander and/or SPOE team OIC on status of rail
offloading activities.

5. SPOE team performs rail offloading operations. (850-001-2000)
a.
Reports to the rail head IAW UMO's instructions.

b.
Offloads equipment from railcars IAW PSA officials' instructions.

c.
Moves equipment to SPOE MA IAW PSA officials' instructions.

d.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

e.
Employs environmental protection procedures JAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

6. SPOE team performs SPOE MA maintenance. (101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001,
113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)

a.
Performs after-operations PMCS IAW the redeployment movement plan
and applicable TM(s).

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 IAW the
redeployment movement plan, DOD 4500.9-R, and FM 55-65.

e.
Adjusts vehicle fuel levels IAW port call message and PSA officials' and
UMO's instructions.

f.
Turns in excess fuel and POL products IAW UMO's instructions.

g.
Verifies placement of placards, labels, and certification documents on
hazardous material IAW PSA officials' and UMO's instructions.

h.
Corrects deficiencies on vehicles, cargo, and personal gear IAW SPOE
team leaders' instructions.

i.
Moves to SPOE vehicle and equipment cleaning site, as directed.

j.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

k.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

7. SPOE team performs USDA and USPHS cleaning activities. (850-001-2000)
a.
Performs vehicle cleaning IAW instructions from cleaning site personnel.

b.
Corrects USDA and USPHS inspection deficiencies IAW USDA and
USPHS officials' instructions.

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c. Moves vehicles and equipment to designated sterile area IAW leaders' instructions. d. Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP. e. Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
* 8. SPOE team leaders supervise final preparation of vehicles, equipment, cargo, and personal gear for redeployment. (101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001) a. Inspect military shipping labels, markings, customs labels, and decontamination tags on vehicles and equipment for compliance with 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 maintenance assistance with commander and/or SPOE team OIC. e. Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP. f. Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP. .
9. SPOE team performs final preparation of vehicles, equipment, cargo, and personal gear for redeployment. (850-001-2000) a. Moves vehicles and equipment to SPOE SA, as directed. b. Stages vehicles for loading IAW UMO and PSA officials' instructions. c. Corrects deficiencies in shipping documents, markings, customs labels, and decontamination tags on vehicles and equipment IAW UMO and PSA officials' instructions. d. Corrects deficiencies noted during customs inspection. e. Drives vehicles to call forward area, as directed by PSA officials. f. Employs safety procedures PAW AR 385-10 and TSOP. g. Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP. .
*10. UMO updates transportation documentation. a. Verifies DEL by conducting physical inspection of equipment. b. Updates DEL, as required. c. Verifies the presence of supercargoes by conducting roll call. d. Updates supercargo manifest, as required. e. Provides changes to DEL and supercargo manifest to PSA officials, as required.
11. SPOE team returns to hospital area. • a. Assembles personnel for return to hospital area IAW hospital commander or SPOE team OIC's instructions. b. Reports to transportation.loading area IAW SPOE team OIC's instructions'. c. Loads baggage on vehicles PAW SPOE team OIC's instructions. d. Boards transportation to return to hospital area IAW SPOE team OIC's instructions.
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.
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SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
091-CLT-4029 Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0003 Enforce Compliance with Supply Discipline STP 21-24-SMCT
Procedures
101-92Y-0004 Enforce Property Accountability Policies STP 21-24-SMCT
101-92Y-0005 Enforce Compliance with Property STP 21-24-SMCT
Accountability Policies
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: PERFORM AERIAL PORT OF EMBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR REDEPLOYMENT (63-2-8020.08-705L)
(FM 100-17). (AR 200-1) (AR 220-10)
(AR 385-10). (DOD REG 4500.9-R) (FM 3-100.4)
(FM 55-10). (FM 55-65) (FM 8-10)
(FM 8-10-14). (TC 3-34.489) (TM 38-250)
.

1
ITERATION:. 2.3 4.
5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital arrives at the APOE MA for aerial redeployment. The hospital has an advance party at the APOE to assist in coordinating APOE activities. Transportation support is available. The redeployment movement plan and port call message are available. The hospital has a trained officer and NCO appointed as UMO and alternate UMO. The hospital is redeploying as part of a medical brigade/medical group redeployment. APOE activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions unless terminated by the DACG. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: APOE activities are performed IAW the redeployment movement plan and DACG officials' instructions.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Hospital commander directs APOE activities.

a.
Notifies advance party OIC and/or DACG representative that the unit has
arrived at the APOE.

b.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3, PMCT,
DACG and/or SUPCOM supporting unit officials to verify APOE movement
schedules, procedures, and requirements.

c.
Provides manifest of hospital personnel and shipper's declaration of
dangerous goods to medical brigade/medical group HQ for review by
DACG or PMCT.

d.
Briefs hospital on APOE duties and responsibilities.

e.
Directs hospital to conduct final preparation of vehicles and equipment IAW
the redeployment movement plan and DOD 4500.9-R.

f.
Conducts acceptance inspection of vehicles and equipment with DACG
officials at the alert holding area.

g.
Directs hospital to correct deficiencies noted during acceptance inspection.

h.
Transfers custody of equipment and cargo to DACG officials IAW DOD
4500.9-R and FM 55-65.

i.
Directs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

j.
Directs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

k.
Briefs the medical brigade/medical group commander or designated
representative on status of APOE activities.

*
2. UMO supervises APOE activities. (091-CLT-4029, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)

a.
Coordinates with supply and service division and/or DACG officials for
transportation, maintenance, logistics, and other support, as required.

b.
Coordinates with operations section representative, PMCT, or DACG to
verify APOE movement schedules, procedures, and requirements.

c.
Coordinates with supply and service division 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 by air IAW TALCE/DACG.

e.
Coordinates with medical operations officer and/or site coordinator and/or
DACG representative for equipment cleaning support, if necessary.

f.
Coordinates with DACG to verify loading sequence of vehicles and
equipment.

g.
Designates personnel to verify weight and center of gravity marks, if
required.

h.
Briefs designated personnel on weight and center of gravity marks
verification requirements.

i.
Verifies that deficiencies noted during DACG acceptance inspection have
been corrected.

j.
Verifies the presence of all manifested personnel by conducting roll call.

k.
Provides verified personnel and cargo manifest to DACG at the alert
holding area.

I.
Provides load teams to load and tie down hospital equipment under
supervision of the DACG or loadmaster.

m.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

n.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

3. Hospital performs APOE MA activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001­2000)

a. Performs after-operations PMCS IAW applicable TM(s).
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
b.
Notifies supervisor of maintenance problems beyond operator's capability to
repair.

c.
Conduct final preparation of vehicles and equipment IAW DOD 4500.9-R
and UMO's instructions.

d.
Adjusts vehicle fuel levels IAW 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 leaders'
instructions.

g.
Corrects deficiencies on placement of placards, labels, and certification
documents on hazardous material IAW UMO, leaders', customs, USDA,
and USPHS officials' instructions, if necessary.

h.
Moves vehicles and equipment to APOE cleaning site or alert holding area,
as directed.. •

i.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

j.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

4. Hospital processes vehicles and equipment through the APOE cleaning site.
(850-001-2000)

a.
Delivers vehicles to APOE cleaning site IAW UMO's instructions.

b.
Performs vehicle cleaning IAW DACG officials' instructions.

c.
Retums vehicle and equipment to hospital area IAW leaders' instructions.

d.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

e.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

*
5. Leaders supervise final preparation of vehicles, equipment, cargo, and personal gear for redeployment. (101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)

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 IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

f.
Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

6. Hospital performs APOE alert holding area activities. (850-001-2000)
a.
Drives vehicles to call forward area, as directed.

b.
Boards transportation to terminal, as directed.

c.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

d.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

7. Hospital performs APOE passenger activities.
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 to load hospital baggage on aircraft, as directed.

d.
Boards aircraft JAW loadmaster's instructions.

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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 Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT

cleanliness, and serviceability
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: 2 CMS HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC LABORATORY SERVICE PHARMACY SERVICE RADIOLOGY SERVICE BLOOD BANK PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) UNIT HEADQUARTERS OPERATING ROOM D OPERATING ROOM C 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: PERFORM AERIAL PORT OF DEBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR REDEPLOYMENT (63-2-8021.08-705L) (FM 55-65). (AR 200-1). (AR 385-10) (DOD REG 4500.9-R).(FM 100-17). (FM 3-100.4) (FM 55-10). (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14) (TC 3-34.489)
ITERATION:. 1.2 3.
4.5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Aircraft carrying main body lands at the APOD. The hospital has an advance party at the APOD to assist in coordinating APOD activities. Representatives from the hospital advance party, supporting installation, and AACG meet the aircraft. AACG officials request that hospital personnel assist in offloading the aircraft. The AACG has designated a holding area and an MA for the hospital to complete APOD activities. Transportation is available to move the hospital 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 the hospital commander's instructions.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
NOTE: RC-specific tasks and performance measures are annotated "RC."
* 1. Hospital commander coordinates arrival of personnel.
a. Coordinates with hospital advance party and AACG officials upon arrival for
USDA, USPHS, and customs inspections, location of holding and MA(s),
maintenance support, movement support, security, and other special APOD
requirements.
b. Assembles hospital in holding area.
c. Coordinates with medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3 to verify
arrangements for movement to home station (or demobilization station
[RC]).
d. Coordinates with medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3 to verify
demobilization station reporting procedures and POC (RC).
e. Briefs leaders on APOD requirements and movement arrangements.
f. Directs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
g. Directs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
h. Briefs advance party OIC on APOD activities, as required.
* 2. UMO coordinates APOD activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)
a. Coordinates with AACG for offloading and movement schedules.
b. Briefs leaders on offloading and movement schedules.
c. Provides AACG, supporting installation officials, and medical operations
officer representative a copy of DEL. ..
d. Coordinates with operations section for convoy routes, maps, and timetable
for road move to home station (or designated demobilization station [RC]).
e. Coordinates with supply and service division for fuel and supplies for road
move to home station (or designated demobilization station [RC]).
f. Briefs hospital commander on APOD activities.
* 3. Leaders supervise APOD activities. (101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-
2001, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)
a. Inspect personnel and weapons for accountability as they exit aircraft.
b. Brief personnel on APOD requirements based on the hospital commander's
instructions.
c. Monitor USDA, USPHS, and customs inspections to ensure personnel
comply with USDA, USPHS, and customs officials' instructions. .
d. Designate personnel to assist in offloading aircraft, as required.
e. Inspect personnel and personal gear at the holding area and MA(s) to
ensure all personnel have arrived with required personal gear.
f. Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
g. Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
h. Brief hospital commander on APOD activities.
4. Hospital performs APOD activities. (101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-
2001, 850-001-2000)
a. Disembarks aircraft IAW loadmaster's instructions.
b. Assembles in APOD holding area, as directed.
c. Performs offloading activities IAW AACG officials' and loadmaster's
instructions.
d. Moves to APOD MA IAW the hospital commander's instructions.
e. Inspects vehicles and equipment to ensure all equipment is offloaded and
serviceable.
f. Notifies leaders of vehicle and/or equipment deficiencies that can not be
corrected.
g. Reconfigures vehicles and cargo for road movement, if necessary.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
h. Prepares convoy for movement to home station (or designated demobilization station [RC]), if necessary. NOTE: See task steps 3 through 6 of task 63-2-8007.08-705L for detailed convoy preparation procedures. i. Loads baggage on transportation for movement to home station (or designated demobilization station [RC]), as directed. j. Boards transportation for movement to home station, as directed. k. Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP. I. Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
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 101-92Y-0006 113-600-2001 113-637-2001 850-001-2000 850-001-3001 Task Title Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a Secure Net Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process Control Mission Safety Hazard References STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE

f
ELEMENTS: TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: PERFORM HOME STATION ACTIVITIES (63-2-8022.08-705L) (FM 55-65). (FM 100-17). (FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-14)
ITERATION:. 1.2 3 4.
5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)

CONDITIONS: The hospital main body arrives at home station. The higher HQ main body has arrived and their HQ is operational. The unit main body arrives at home station prior to equipment arrival at SPOD. The hospital receives notification of ship arrival schedule from the ITO. The redeployment movement plan and maintenance SOP are available. The hospital's welcome home reception activities have been coordinated with higher HQ support installations and rear detachment OIC prior to the unit's arrival. RC units have processed through a designated demobilization station prior to arrival at home station. Home station activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Home station activities are accomplished IAW the redeployment movement plan and the hospital commander's instructions.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
NOTE: RC-specific tasks and performance measures are annotated "RC."
* 1. Hospital commander directs home station activities.
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a. Coordinates with medical brigade/medical group commander and staff to
identify requirements prior to arrival of equipment.
b. Directs personnel to complete redeployment requirements based on the
redeployment movement plan and medical brigade/medical group
commander's instructions.
c. Coordinates with medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3 or ITO to
identify unit's SPOD requirements for returning equipment.
d. Designates an equipment reception team to receive vehicles and
equipment at SPOD.
e. Directs personnel to inventory, clean, and inspect vehicles, equipment,
weapons, and personal gear as it is redeployed to home station.
f. Coordinates with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 or
procedures to turn-in float and replacement equipment.
g. Coordinates with medical brigade/medical group commander and staff for
guidance on reception activities.
h. Approves AARs.
i. Briefs hospital on reception activities.
2. UMO performs home station activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)
a. Coordinates with ITO for transportation support.
b. Briefs equipment reception team leader on SPOD requirements.
c. Verifies that all DEL listed vehicles and equipment have been redeployed
by conducting physical inventory.
d. Notifies hospital commander of discrepancies in DEL, if necessary.
e. Updates AUEL, as required.
3. Administrative division performs home station personnel and administrative
actions. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 805C-PAD-2402)
a. Debriefs personnel IAW the hospital commander's instructions.
b. Coordinates reception activities IAW the hospital commander's guidance.
c. Consolidates hospital AARs.
d. Prepares AARs IAW the redeployment movement plan and the hospital
commander's instructions.
e. Submits AARs to hospital commander for approval.
f. Distributes AARs IAW the redeployment movement plan and the hospital
commander's instructions.
g. Maintains AARs and records IAW the redeployment movement plan and
the hospital commander's instructions.
h. Briefs redeploying personnel on all entitlements resulting from AD tour
(RC).
i. Identifies pending personnel actions of redeploying soldiers to determine
unit and/or soldier actions needed, if any (e.g., ratings, awards, financial
actions, UCMJ actions, LOD investigations, physicals, etc.).
4. Supply and service division performs home station supply activities. (101-92Y-
0006)
a. Turns in float and replacement equipment IAW the hospital commander's
instructions.
b. Inspects weapons, basic loads, and CTA items for accountability and
serviceability.
* 5. Leaders supervise home station activities. (091-CLT-4029, 101-92Y-0006)
a. Inspect vehicles, equipment, weapons, and personal gear for accountability
compliance with the redeployment movement plan, maintenance SOP, and
the hospital commander's instructions.
b. Direct personnel to correct deficiencies in vehicles, equipment, weapons,
and personal gear, as required.
c. Submit AARs to unit HQ IAW the hospital commander's instructions.
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6. Equipment reception team leader performs home station equipment reception
activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)

a.
Coordinates with UMO or ITO for transportation support to SPOD.

b.
Briefs equipment reception team on equipment reception schedule and
requirements.

c.
Supervise movement to SPOD IAW UMO's instructions.

7. Hospital performs home station activities. (101-92Y-0006)
a.
Completes redeployment personnel and administrative requirements based
on the redeployment movement plan and the hospital commander's
instructions.

b.
Inventories, clean, and inspect vehicles, equipment, weapons, and personal
gear IAW the redeployment movement plan, maintenance SOP, and the
hospital commander's instructions.

c.
Cleans vehicles, equipment, weapons, and personal gear IAW the
redeployment movement plan, maintenance SOP, and hospital
commander's instructions.

d.
Inspects vehicles, equipment, weapons, and personal gear IAW the
redeployment movement plan, maintenance SOP and hospital
commander's instructions.

TASK PERFORMANCE I 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 Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT

cleanliness, and serviceability
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
805C-PAD-2402 Provide Input on Personnel Actions Affecting STP 21-24-SMCT
Subordinates

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM LITTER BEARER SECTION OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: PERFORM SEA PORT OF DEBARKATION ACTIVITIES FOR REDEPLOYMENT (63-2-8023.08-705L)
(FM 55-65). (AR 200-1). (AR 385-10)
(FM 100-17). (FM 3-100.4). (FM 55-10)
(FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14). (TC 3-34.489)

ITERATION:. 1.2 3 4.
5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Hospital equipment and supercargoes have arrived at the SPOD. The hospital commander has designated an OIC/NCOIC to accompany the equipment reception team to the SPOD holding area. The equipment reception team has been trained and briefed on duties and responsibilities. The redeployment movement plan is available. Medical brigade/medical group staff element is located in the SPOD to assist in coordinating SPOD activities. Transportation support is available. The PSA has coordinated for ship offloading and designated an area for equipment to be inventoried and inspected as it is offloaded. Rail and road MA(s) have been designated to prepare vehicles and equipment for movement. Sufficient railcars and vehicles are available to move the hospital to home station. SPOD activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions.
NOTE: If SPOD is a military seaport, the commander may designate a rail loading team chief and rail loading team to perform rail loading activities. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: SPOD activities are performed IAW the redeployment movement plan and PSA officials' and the hospital commander's guidance.
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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Equipment reception team OIC/NCOIC directs SPOD activities. (101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 551-88N-0004, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)

a.
Coordinates with medical command/medical brigade staff element and PSA officials upon arrival for USDA, USPHS, and customs inspections, location of holding and MA(s), maintenance support, movement, security, and other special SPOD requirements.

b.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 and/or PSA officials for life support for unit personnel while at the SPOD.

c.
Assembles equipment reception team in holding area.

d.
Conducts acceptance inspection with PSA officials.

e.
Notifies medical brigade/medical group staff element OIC and medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 representative of missing or damaged equipment.

f.
Assumes custody of equipment and cargo IAW supply and service division representatives and PSA officials' instructions.

g.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 to verify movement to home station arrangements.

h.
Verifies arrival, morale, and welfare of supercargoes.

i.
Reestablishes accountability and responsibility for supercargoes.

j.
Directs equipment reception team to proceed to convoy MA IAW medical brigade DCSPER/medical group Sts instructions.

k.
Monitors preparation of equipment for road convoy to ensure compliance with TSOP.

I.
Directs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

m.
Directs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

n.
Briefs equipment reception team leaders on SPOD requirements.

o.
Briefs medical brigade/medical group staff element OIC on SPOD activities, as required.

*
2. UMO supervises SPOD activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 551-88N-0004, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)

a.
Coordinates with HSMO representative to identify offloading schedules, location of holding and MA(s) and other SPOD information, as required.

b.
Briefs personnel on offloading schedules, location of MA(s), USDA, USPHS, customs, and other special SPOD requirements.

c.
Coordinates with HSMO representative and/or PSA officials to identify loading plans, schedules, and sites for rail movement, if required.

d.
Provides rail loading plans to rail loading team chief, if required.

e.
Monitors rail loading procedures to ensure compliance with PSA officials' instructions, if required.

f.
Monitors preparation of equipment for road convoy to ensure compliance with movement plan.

g.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/3 representative for convoy routes, maps, and timetable for road move to home station.

h.
Coordinates with HSMO representative for fuel and supplies for road move to home station.

i.
Briefs equipment reception team on convoy requirements.

j.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

k.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

I.
Briefs hospital commander on SPOD activities.

3. Supercargoes perform SPOD activities.
a.
Disembark ship IAW vessel POC's instructions.

b.
Report to customs, USDA, and/or USPHS inspection site IAW vessel POC's instructions.

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c. Report to commander upon completion of customs inspection.
4. Equipment reception team performs SPOD activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-
2001, 850-001-2000)

a.
Offloads vehicles and equipment IAW PSA officials' instructions.

b.
Inspects equipment to ensure all equipment is offloaded and serviceable.

c.
Notifies UMO of deficiencies that can not be corrected.

d.
Moves vehicles to USDA, USPHS, and customs inspection site(s) IAW
UMO's instruction.

e.
Moves vehicles to rail loading site, if required.

f.
Performs rail loading activities, if required.

NOTE: See task steps 10 and 11 of task 63-2-8018.08-705L for detailed rail loading procedures.
g.
Moves vehicles and cargo to convoy MA.

h.
Reconfigures vehicles and cargo for road movement, as appropriate.

i.
Fuels vehicles for convoy to home station, if appropriate.

j.
Prepares convoy for movement to home station, if necessary. NOTE: See task steps 3 through 6 of task 63-2-8007.08-705L for detailed preparations procedures.

k.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

I.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

m.
Notifies hospital commander when equipment reception team is prepared to
move.

TASK PERFORMANCE I EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK 1 2 3 4 5 TOTAL
ITERATION
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
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
551-88N-0004 Coordinate Unit Movement STP 21 -24-SMCT
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT

Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD PATIENT ADMIN DIV
TASK: PERFORM DEMOBILIZATION STATION ACTIVITIES (63-2-8024.08-705L)
(FM 100-17). (AR 200-1). (AR 220-10)
(AR 385-10). (FM 3-100.4). (FM 8-10)
(FM 8-10-14). (TC 3-34.489)

ITERATION:. 1.2 3.
4.5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital has redeployed to CONUS via airlift and arrived at the designated demobilization station via prearranged transportation. APOD activities (task 63-2-8021.08-705L) have been completed. The higher HQ has an advance party at the demobilization station to assist in coordinating demobilization activities. Transportation support is available. The TSOP, redeployment movement plan, and port call message are available. The hospital has a trained officer and/or NCO appointed as UMO and alternate UMO. The hospital is deploying as part of a higher HQ redeployment. Demobilization station activities are performed day or night under all environmental conditions.
NOTE: This task applies to RC units. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Demobilization station activities are performed IAW the redeployment movement plan and higher HQ guidance.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
* 1. Hospital commander directs demobilization station activities.
a. Verifies accountability of personnel, weapons, and equipment.
b. Notifies medical brigade/medical group HQ advance party representative
that the unit has arrived at the demobilization station.
c. Directs hospital HQ to coordinate with demobilization station operations
section to verify life support for hospital personnel, processing schedules,
procedures, and requirements.
d. Briefs hospital on demobilization station duties and responsibilities.
e. Directs convoy preparation activities.
f. Verifies hospital personnel have been fully briefed on entitlements.
g. Verifies hospital has completed reverse SRP or verified arrangements for
holdover personnel.
h. Coordinates with medical brigade/medical group and rear detachment, if
applicable, on status of welcome home activities at home station.
i. Verifies hospital convoy is prepared to cross SP, if applicable.
j. Briefs the medical brigade/medical group commander or designated
representative on status of demobilization station activities.
k. Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
I. Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
* 2. UMO supervises demobilization station movement activities. (113-600-2001,
113-637-2001, 551-88N-0002, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)
a. Prepares movement plans for all modes of transportation, if required.
b. Updates movement plans for all modes of transportation, if required.
c. Coordinates with supply and service division and/or AACG officials for
transportation, maintenance, logistics, and other support, as required.
d. Coordinates with operations section, PMCT, or AACG to verify movement
schedules, procedures, and requirements.
e. Supervises off-loading and staging of unit vehicles IAW AACG guidance, if
applicable.
f. Coordinates with operations section element for convoy clearance.
g. Supervises preparation of convey for movement to home station, if
necessary.
NOTE: See task 63-2-8007.08-705L for detailed convoy preparation procedures.
h. Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP. •
i. Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
3. Hospital HQ supervises demobilization station activities. (101-92Y-0004, 101- .
92Y-0005)
a. Establishes accountability of personnel, weapons, and equipment.
b. Verifies life support and logistical support for hospital personnel with
demobilization station staff elements.
c. Directs hospital to secure weapons in designated arms room.
d. Directs hospital to report to designated location for reverse SRP briefing.
e. Monitors reverse SRP for unit personnel to resolve problems if they occur.
f. Verifies hospital personnel have completed all reverse SRP activities, as
necessary.
g. Verifies transportation arrangements for all hospital personnel. •
4. Hospital performs demobilization station activities. (850-001-2000)
a. Assembles in designated location for reverse SRP briefings.
b. Performs reverse SRP activities, as directed.
c. Prepares for departure via convoy and/or government transportation to
home station.
d.° Prepares convoy for movement to home station, if necessary.

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NOTE: See task 63-2-8007.08-705L for detailed convoy preparation.
e.
Loads baggage on transportation for movement to home station, as
directed.

f.
Boards transportation for movement to home station, as directed.

g.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

TASK PERFORMANCE I 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

101-92Y-0004 Enforce Property Accountability Policies STP 21-24-SMCT
101-92Y-0005 Enforce Compliance with Property STP 21-24-SMCT

Accountability Policies
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
551-88N-0002 Prepare for Unit Move STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT

Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM LITTER BEARER SECTION OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B
.
DENTAL SERVICE •
INPATIENT MEDICINE A
3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
7 INTERMED CARE WARDS
NP WARD & CONSULT SVC
2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS
PHARMACY SERVICE
LABORATORY SERVICE
RADIOLOGY SERVICE
BLOOD BANK
TASK: PREPARE HOSPITAL TO MOVE (63-2-1002.08-705L) (FM 55-30) (AR 200-1) (AR 385-10)
(AR 55-30) (ARTEP 8-705-10-DRILL) (FM 21-10)
(FM 21-60) (FM 24-1) (FM 24-19)
(FM 24-33) (FM 24-35) (FM 24-35-1)

(FM 3-100.4) (FM 3-25.26) (FM 3-3)
(FM 3-4) (FM 3-5) (FM 3-7)
(FM 4-02.4) (FM 7-20) (FM 8-10)
(FM 8-10-14) (FM 8-42) (FM 8-55)
(TC 3-34.489)

ITERATION:. 1.2 3.
4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The displacement plan is complete and element leaders brief soldiers on the plan. Movement can occur in a field or MOUT environment. The medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section has selected tentative routes of march and has tasked the hospital for a reconnaissance party to reconnoiter a tentative route. Area reconnaissance has been accomplished by medical brigade/medical group staff personnel. The medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section will designate the route for the hospital move. The medical brigade/medical group and TSOPs are available. The OPORD with movement order is available. The reconnaissance team is briefed by the operations section and hospital commander. The march commander has been designated. The hospital displacement plan has been disseminated. Strip maps are provided by the operations
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sections. Load plans are available. Advance/quartering party is dispatched prior to completion of this task. Patient evacuation has been coordinated. SOI/SSI is available. SCPE is on hand and/or field­expedient and natural shelters are available. The hospital commander has elected to locate outside the shelter and has apointed a liaison officer to coordinate C2 function between himself and the staff. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Hospital is ready to cross SP NLT time prescribed in movement order. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors increase movement preparation completion time.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO ,
1. Reconnaissance party conducts route reconnaissance. (031-503-1037, 031-
503-2001;031-503-2023, 071-326-5805, 071-329-1019, 113-600-2001, 113­637-2001)

a.
Wears or carries designated uniform and equipment IAW TSOP and
medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section guidance.

b.
Activates the automatic chemical alarm(s) system on lead vehicle IAW
applicable procedures, if available.

c.
Positions chemical detector paper where it can be observed at all times.

d.
Positions dosimeters where they can be constantly monitored.

e.
Verifies map information along route(s) for accuracy.

f.
Lists capacities of all bridges and height of underpasses.

g.
Identifies locations of all culverts, ferries, fording areas, steep grades, and
possible ambush sites.

h.
Prepares overlay depicting route, obstructions, and key natural and man­made features.

i.
Computes travel time and distance from a proposed SP to RP.

j.
Debriefs medical operations officer and hospital commander upon return.

2. Hospital prepares vehicles and equipment. (052-191-1361, 052-191-1362, 091-
CLT-4029, 101-92Y-0006, 850-001-2000)

a.
Performs before-operations PMCS on all vehicles and equipment.

b.
Corrects all vehicle and equipment discrepancies within the operator's
capabilities IAW applicable TM(s).

c.
Reports all deficiencies beyond operator's capability to immediate
supervisor.

d.
Removes all hospital identification markings on vehicles.

e.
Covers all reflective surfaces of vehicles or cargo with available materials.

f.
Hardens vehicles using sandbags and/or other authorized material, as
required.

g.
Places antennas at lowest height.

h.
Turns radio volume and squelch to lowest operational setting consistent
with operational requirements.

i.
Sets squelch setting "on" and call light "off when operating at night.

j.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

k.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

.3. Hospital dismantles current operating site (Relocate). (052-191-1362, 850-001­2000) (ARTEP 8-705-10-DRILL)

a.
Strikes tentage, collapse shelters, and camouflage nets (if available) IAW
applicable TM(s) and within time specified in the displacement plan. (08-4-
D0022, 08-4-D0023)

b.
Loads all designated equipment IAW unit loading plans and within time
specified in displacement plan.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
c.
Disguises all critical equipment and supplies with tarpaulins or any other
authorized covering.

d.
Dismantles wire communications, antennas, generators, and power cables
within time specified in displacement plan.

e.
Removes all signs of area occupation.

f.
Positions all stay-behind party vehicles and equipment in areas that provide
cover and do not impede departure of main body vehicles.

g.
Dispatches advance/quartering party NLT time specified in movement
order.

h.
Marks medical waste burial sites IAW TSOP and FM 21-10, as required.

i.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

j.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

*
4. March commander and leaders organize convoy. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 551-721-4326, 551-88M-0001, 551-88N-0002)

a.
Assign vehicle positions with the heavier, slower vehicles placed first.

b.
Assign 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) at the head of each march element of the
convoy, if sufficient vehicles are available.

e.
Assign medical personnel and vehicles to nonmedical convoy serials to
provide en route emergency care..

_
f.
Assign passenger locations where all hospital personnel have a position,
and weapons are alternated throughout the convoy to cover front, rear, and
flanks.

g.
Assign soldiers to air guard duties with specific search sectors covering 360
degrees.

h.
Assign sufficient number of recovery vehicles and mechanics to trail party
element.

i.
Coordinate with supporting unit for sufficient or additional number recovery
vehicles and mechanics, if required.

j.
Provide vehicle position listing with location of all vehicles to the trail party
leader.

k.
Open radio net(s) as specified in the movement order.

*
5. March commander and leaders conduct pre-movement inspections. (101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 551-721-4326, 551-88M-0001)

a.
Inspect personnel and their equipment for compliance with the hospital
commander's guidance and TSOP or movement order.

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 hospital HQ and operations
section.

*
6. March commander conducts briefings for convoy personnel. (551-721-4326, 551-88M-0001, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)

a.
Provides strip maps to convoy personnel.

b.
Briefs convoy chain of command.

c.
Briefs convoy route.

d.
Prescribes the rate of march and catch-up speed.

e.
Briefs vehicle intervals.

f.
Identifies scheduled halts.

g.
Briefs safety, accident, and breakdown procedures.

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h.
Briefs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

i.
Briefs immediate action security measures.

j.
Briefs blackout condition procedures.

k.
Identifies location of CHS, if required.

I.
Identifies location of maintenance support.

m.
Provides location and identification of destination.

n.
Briefs arm and hand signals.

o.
Briefs radio frequencies and call signs for control personnel, security force
commander, and MEDEVAC support.

7. Hospital prepares to cross SP. (052-191-1362, 071-004-0001, 071-004-0003,
071-311-2025, 071-331-1004)

a.
Positions all vehicles under overhead cover, if possible.

b.
Loads all individual 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 medical brigade operations
branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

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
031-503-1037 DETECT CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M8 STP 21-1-SMCT
OR M9 DETECTOR PAPER

031-503-2001 IDENTIFY CHEMICAL AGENTS USING STP 21-24-SMCT
M256-SERIES CHEMICAL AGENT
DETECTOR KIT

031-503-2023 MEASURE RADIATION DOSE RATE AND STP 21-24-SMCT
TOTAL DOSE.•
052-191-1361 CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR STP 21-1-SMCT

INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT
052-191-1362 CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT STP 21-1-SMCT
071-004-0001 Maintain an M9 Pistol STP 21-1-SMCT
071-311-2025 Maintain an M16-Series Rifle STP 21-1-SMCT
071-326-5805 Conduct a Route Reconnaissance Mission STP 21-24-SMCT
071-329-1019 Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT
071-331-1004 Perform Duty as a Guard STP 21-1-SMCT
091-CLT-4029 Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT

and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT

cleanliness, and serviceability
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
551-721-4326 PERFORM DUTIES AS CONVOY STP 21-24-SMCT
COMMANDER
551-88M-0001 Lead a Convoy Serial/March Unit STP 21-24-SMCT
551-88N-0002 Prepare for Unit Move STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
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ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: CONDUCT TACTICAL ROAD MARCH (63-2-1003.08-705L)
(FM 55-30) (AR 200-1) (AR 385-10)
(AR 55-30) (FM 21-60) (FM 24-1)
(FM 24-18) (FM 24-19) (FM 24-33)
(FM 24-35) (FM 24-35-1) (FM 3-100.4)
(FM 3-25.26) (FM 3-3) (FM 3-4)
(FM 3-5) (FM 3-7) (FM 8-10)
(FM 8-10-14) (FM 8-42) (TC 3-34.489)
.
ITERATION:. 1.2 3 4.
5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Time specified in movement order to cross SP has arrived. All equipment is uploaded and vehicles are positioned in the SPOD MA for departure to SA or TAA (deployment). All equipment is uploaded and vehicles are positioned for departure (relocate). Weapons, ammunition, and tactical equipment has been issued based on the tactical situation. The hospital HQ is established and has communications with the march commander. The route of march is identified. Convoy operations may be performed during daylight or darkness, including blackout conditions. The convoy may go through an urban area. Radio and visual signals are used for march column control. The hospital TSOP and OPORD with movement order are available. Map and overlays with checkpoints, RP, and critical points are available. Column may conduct halts during movement. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
--
SP, checkpoints, and RP are crossed at times specified in the movement order or
TASK STANDARDS:
times adjusted on the road movement table by operations section.
GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
*
1. March commander initiates convoy. (071-326-3013, 551-721-4326, 551-88M­0001)

a.
Directs lead vehicle cross SP at specified time.

b.
Verifies vehicles have crossed the SP.

c.
Forwards SP crossing report to the operations section when hospital
elements have crossed the SP.

*
2. March commander reports convoy information to the operations section. (113­600-2001, 113-637-2001)

a.
Forwards checkpoint(s) clearance report as checkpoints are crossed.

b.
Reports all ground sightings that conflict with maps and map overlays.

c.
Forwards en route NBC information.

d.
Reports all threat sightings using SALUTE format.

e.
Employs correct SOI/SSI codes in all transmissions.

*
3. March commander enforces march discipline. (113-637-2001, 551-88M-0005, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001).•

a.
Assumes position(s) along march route that provides command presence at
points of decision for reaction to changing tactical situation.

b.
Enforces all movement policies defined in the TSOP and movement order,
with emphasis on formation, distances, speeds, passing procedures, and
halts.

c.
Adjusts formation distances and speed consistent with NBC conditions.

d.
Enforces security measures, with emphasis on air guards surveillance,
manning of individual weapons, and concealment of critical cargo.

e.
Communicates to unit leaders and operators, by radio or proper visual
signals, any violations of march discipline, security procedures, or changes
to current orders.

f.
Enforces COMSEC measures, including radio silence periods IAW the
movement order and SOUSSI.

g.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

4. Hospital/equipment reception team employs march discipline. (071-331-0804,
551-88M-0005, 850-001-2000)

a.
Maintains designated march speed specified in movement order or as
prescribed by the march commander.

b.
Maintains proper vehicle interval as specified in movement order or as
adjusted by the march commander.

c.
Adjusts formation distances and speed consistent with NBC conditions.

d.
Dons eye protection goggles, if driver or passenger is in a vehicle without
cover or when windshield is lowered.

e.
Crosses all check points as scheduled.

f.
Reacts correctly to march commander's arm and hand signals.

g.
Maintains ground and air surveillance that covers 360-degrees until
movement is completed.

h.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

i: Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
5. Hospital/equipment reception team conducts scheduled halt(s). (101-92Y-0006,
113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 551-88M-0005)

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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
a. Stops column at prescribed time and location.
b. Moves vehicles off road to positions that provide overhead cover while
maintaining the prescribed interval between vehicles.
c. Occupies hasty defensive positions with 360-degree protective coverage
facing away from the road (passengers).
d. Reports scheduled halt to hospital CP.
e. Performs during-operation PMCS on vehicles (operators).
f. Inspects vehicle loads for safety and security.
g. Begins departure at specified time in the movement order.
h. Reports resumption of march to the operations section.
6. Hospital/equipment reception team conducts unscheduled halt(s). (113-600-
2001, 113-637-2001, 551-88M-0005)
a. Alerts march column with prescribed arm and hand signal.
b. Reports halt and circumstances immediately to the operations section.
c. Moves vehicles off the road while maintaining the prescribed interval
between vehicles.
d. Occupies hasty fighting position with 360-degree protective coverage.
e. Resumes march as soon as reason for halt is rectified.
f. Reports resumption of march to the operations section.
7. Trail party recovers disabled vehicle. (071-331-1004, 113-600-2001, 113-637-
2001, 850-001-2000)
a. Posts guard to maintain surveillance until recovery operation is completed.
b. Inspects disabled vehicle for repairability.
c. Repairs disabled vehicle, when possible. . •
d. Tows disabled vehicle to applicable maintenance facility.
e. Reports vehicle status to march commander.
f. Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
g. Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
8. Hospital/equipment reception team conducts a night convoy. (551-88M-0005)
a. Briefs drivers on night conditions.
b. Provides visual adjustment period if march began during daylight.
c. Prepares vehicles for blackout conditions IAW the TSOP.
d. Maintains prescribed interval between vehicles.
e. Wears night vision goggles (selected personnel), if available.
f. Wears regular eye protection goggles (all other personnel).
g. Employs ground guides during poor visibility periods.
h. Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
i. Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
9. Hospital/equipment reception team conducts convoy through an urban area.
(551-88M-0005, 850-001-2000)
a. Verifies all weight, height, and width restrictions along route of march.
b. Employs close column formation.
c. Obeys traffic control directions unless escorted by military or HN police.
d. Employs directional guides at all critical intersections.
e. Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
f. Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP. .
*10. March commander monitors hospital or equipment reception team crossing RP.
a. Verifies that lead vehicle has crossed RP at specified time.
b. Verifies the vehicles that have crossed RP.
c. Forwards SITREP to o erations section.

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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
071-326-3013 CONDUCT A TACTICAL ROAD MARCH STP 21-24-SMCT
071-331-0804 Perform Surveillance Without the Aid of STP 21-1-SMCT

Electronic Devices
071-331-1004 Perform Duty as a Guard STP 21-1-SMCT
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT

cleanliness, and serviceability
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
551-721-4326 PERFORM DUTIES AS CONVOY STP 21-24-SMCT

COMMANDER
551-88M-0001 Lead a Convoy Serial/March Unit STP 21-24-SMCT
551-88M-0005 Operate a Vehicle in a Convoy STP 21-1-SMCT
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT

Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
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ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD RADIOLOGY SERVICE DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D
TASK: CROSS A CHEMICALLY CONTAMINATED AREA (03-3-C226.08-705L) (FM 3-3). (AR 200-1). (AR 385-10) (FM 100-15). (FM 100-20). (FM 20-3) (FM 3-0). (FM 3-100). (FM 3-100.4) (FM 3-11.21). (FM 3-4). (FM 3-5)
(FM 3-6). (FM 3-7). (FM 4-02.7)
(FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14). (FM 8-10-8)
(FM 8-9). (TC 3-34.489). (TG 244)

ITERATION:. 1M 2M 3M 4M 5M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. Orders are received from medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section to cross a chemically contaminated area. The hospital is conducting a tactical road march and is currently at MOPP2. NBC reconnaissance, survey, and control teams have been designated. The location of the contaminated area and the type of contamination have been identified. The medical brigade/medial group TSOP, necessary maps, and overlays are available. The area cannot be bypassed without unacceptable delay to the move. The medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section coordinates for additional chemical
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decontamination support. Assembly areas may be in concealed locations or alongside roads, as the tactical situation dictates. Hospital may be required to camouflaged when directed by commander of at least brigade level or equivalent. This task is always performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Hospital crosses the contaminated area by the shortest route possible.
GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
1. Leading march element employs immediate protective measures. (031-503­1013, 031-503-1015, 031-503-1019, 031-503-1023, 031-503-1035, 031-503­1036, 031-503-3008, 031-506-2061)

a.
Assumes MOPP4.

b.
Conducts immediate decontamination, as necessary.

*
2. March commander relays NBC information to march element(s). (031-506-1053,
071-329-1019, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)

a.
Notifies march element(s) of exact location and type of chemical
contamination.

b.
Plots contaminated area on map overlays.

c.
Provides required protective measures and MOPP level designation to
march element(s).

d.
Designates assembly area for each element for preparation of crossing the
contaminated area.

e.
Directs required protective measures and MOPP level for assembly areas.

f.
Reports locations of assembly areas, halt time, and tentative resumption
time to the operations section.

g.
Forwards NBC 4 chemical report to the operations section.

3. March elements occupy assembly area(s). (052-191-1361, 052-191-1362, 101-
92Y-0006, 551-88M-0005)

a.
Move into assembly area without stopping on the route of march.

b.
Establish perimeter security with 380-degree surveillance.

c.
Employ camouflage (if directed) and concealment techniques, with
emphasis on raising hoods, positioning mirrors toward the ground, and .
parking vehicles in area with overhead cover, if available.

d.
Perform during-operations PMCS IAW applicable TM(s).

*
4. March commander selects crossing route. (031-503-1019)

a.
Identifies possible routes by conducting a map reconnaissance of
contaminated area.

b.
Conducts comparative analysis of chemical data received from medical
brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section, terrain analysis,
and time factors for a route selection.

c.
Selects route that minimizes chemical contamination.

d.
Requests approval of selected route from the medical brigade operations
branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

*
5. March commander supervises crossing preparation activities. (031-503-3004)

a.
Briefs reconnaissance team on mission, communications, and actions to be
performed on other side of the contaminated area.

b.
Dispatches reconnaissance team to verify type of contamination and size of

contaminated area.
c.• Directs precautionary measures and MOPP level required for crossing.

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d.
Assigns crossing time(s) for each march element.

e.
Assigns assembly area on the other side of contaminated area for each
march element to perform operational decontamination.

6. Chemical reconnaissance team conducts route survey. (031-503-1019, 031-
503-1037, 031-503-2001)

a.
Selects distances between reconnaissance checkpoints based on tactical
situation and time available.

b.
Selects reconnaissance checkpoints at locations where chemical agents
are likely to collect as prescribed in FM 3-3.

c.
Detects chemical vapors by using M256 kit.

d.
Checks presence of liquids with M8/M9 detector paper.

e.
Marks route with predetermined material.

f.
Records reconnaissance information, as collected.

g.
Forwards all reconnaissance information to the march commander after
completion of survey.

7. Hospital prepares to cross contaminated area. (031-503-1015, 031-503-1023,
031-503-1035, 031-503-1037, 031-503-2001, 031-503-3008)

a.
Places all externally stored equipment inside vehicles.

b.
Covers equipment with available material.

c.
Closes all vehicle doors, air vents, and windows, if possible.

d.
Positions chemical detector paper as prescribed in FM 3-4.

e.
Employs MOPP4.

8. March elements cross contaminated area. (551-88M-0005)
a.
Follow route as marked by the reconnaissance party.

b.
Avoid low ground, overhead branches, and heavy brush.

c.
Move as quickly as possible across contaminated area without
unnecessary halts and delays.

d.
Verify that all vehicles have crossed the contaminated area before
stopping.

e.
Forward crossing report to the medical brigade operations branch/medical
group S2/S3 section when all march elements have crossed the
contaminated area.

*
9. March commander supervises decontamination measures. (850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)

a.
Identifies level of required decontamination in coordination with the medical
brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

b.
Directs implementation of immediate and/or operational decontamination
based on type of contamination, weather, and tactical situation.

c.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

d.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

10. Hospital performs immediate decontamination. (031-503-1013, 031-503-1015,
031-503-1019, 031-503-1023, 031-503-1035, 031-503-3008, 850-001-2000)

a.
Initiates skin decontamination techniques within one minute of exposure to
liquid contamination, if MOPP4 is breached.

b.
Completes personal wipedown within 15 minutes of exit from contaminated
area.

c.
Completes operator's spraydown within 15 minutes of personal wipedown.

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d.
Employs safety measures to ensure DS2 does not touch personal or
protective clothing.

e.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

f.
Decontaminates only those areas that would cause further contamination of
personnel or equipment.

g.
Conducts MOPP gear exchange, if required.

h.
Forwards decontamination status report to the medical brigade operations
branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

*11. March commander coordinates resumption of road march. (031-503-3010, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)
a.
Designates SP for all march elements to resume march.

b.
Reschedules check point and RP crossing times in coordination with the
medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

c.
Provides new march instructions to all march elements.

d.
Directs covering and marking of contaminated runoff areas.

e.
Affix locations of contaminated runoff areas on map overlays.

f.
Coordinates for thorough decontamination with medical brigade operations
branch/medical group S2/S3 section, if required.

g.
Forwards resumption report to medical- brigade operations branch/medical
group S2/S3 section.

12. Hospital performs march resumption activities. (551-88M-0005)
a.
Covers area(s) used for decontamination.

b.
Marks contaminated runoff areas.

c.
Decontaminates the decontamination personnel.

d.
Crosses new SP at time prescribed by the march commander.

TASK PERFORMANCE I EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
3M 4M 5M TOTALITERATION 1M 2M
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 DECONTAMINATE YOURSELF AND STP 21-1-SMCT
INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT USING
CHEMICAL DECONTAMINATING KITS

031-503-1015 PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC STP 21-1-SMCT
INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH MISSION-
ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE
(MOPP) GEAR

031-503-1019 REACT TO CHEMICAL OR BIOLOGICAL STP 21-1-SMCT
HAZARD/ATTACK

SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
031-503-1023 PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC STP 21-24-SMCT
INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN
CHANGING MOPP GEAR
031-503-1035 PROTECT YOURSELF FROM STP 21-1-SMCT
CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION
USING YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE
MASK
031-503-1036 MAINTAIN YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE STP 21-1-SMCT
MASK
031-503-1037 DETECT CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M8 STP 21-1-SMCT
OR M9 DETECTOR PAPER
031-503-2001 IDENTIFY CHEMICAL AGENTS USING STP 21-24-SMCT
M256-SERIES CHEMICAL AGENT
DETECTOR KIT
STP 3-54B1-SM
031-503-3004 SUPERVISE THE CROSSING OFA STP 21-24-SMCT
CONTAMINATED AREA
031-503-3008 IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED STP 21-24-SMCT
PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP)
031-503-3010 SUPERVISE EMPLOYMENT OF NBC STP 21-24-SMCT
MARKERS
031-506-1053 REPORT NBC INFORMATION USING NBC 4 STP 21-24-SMCT
REPORT
031-506-2061 CONDUCT A MASK FIT TEST STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 3-54B2-SM
052-191-1361 CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR STP 21-1-SMCT
INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT
052-191-1362 CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT STP 21-1-SMCT
071-329-1019 Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
551-88M-0005 Operate a Vehicle in a Convoy STP 21-1-SMCT
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 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 (08-0PFOR-1001)
CONDITION: OPFOR units deliver chemical agents by means of conventional artillery weapons or aircraft along selected routes and key bases in the rear area.
STANDARD: Deliver chemical agents in low and/or densely wooded areas. Delay movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas by disrupting C2 system. Restrict enemy units movement in rear area. Channel movement into predesignated ambush areas. Contaminate enemy supplies and equipment. Inflict a high rate of casualties on enemy forces.
DODD0A-012635
ELEMENTS: 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD RADIOLOGY SERVICE HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D
TASK: CROSS A RADIOLOGICALLY CONTAMINATED AREA (03-3-C208.08-705L)
(FM 3-3) (FM 100-20) (FM 20-3)
(FM 3-0) (FM 3-100) (FM 3-11.21)
(FM 3-4) (FM 3-5) (FM 3-7)
(FM 4-02.7) (FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-14)
(FM 8-10-8) (FM 8-9) (TC 3-34.489)
(TG 244)

ITERATION:P 1 2 3 4 5 M (Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:PTPP U (Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. Orders are received from medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section to cross a radiologically contaminated area. The hospital is conducting a tactical road march. NBC reconnaissance, survey, and survey control teams have been designated. The location of the contaminated area has been identified. The area cannot be bypassed without unacceptable delay to the move. In addition to radiological contamination, the hospital is prepared to react to chemical hazards that may occur after an area is radiologically contaminated. The hospital TSOP, necessary maps, and overlays are available. The operations section coordinates for additional NBC decontamination support. Assembly areas may be in concealed locations
DODD0A-012636
or alongside roads as the tactical situation dictates. MOPP2 has been designated. Hospital may be camouflaged when directed by a commander of at least brigade level or equivalent. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Hospital crosses the contaminated area by the shortest route possible.
GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
1. Leading march element employs immediate protective measures
(031-503-1013, 031-503-1015, 031-503-1018, 031-503-1019, 031-503-1023,
031-503-1035, 031-503-1036, 031-503-3008, 031-503-4002)

a.
Covers nose and mouth with handkerchief or clean rag.

b.
Dons designated MOPP gear to minimize skin exposure.

c.
Covers all equipment, munitions, fuel, and water containers.

d.
Zeros dosimeters.

e.
Wears individual dosimeters (directed personnel).

f.
Occupies closed vehicles (non-essential personnel).

*
2. March commander relays NBC information to march elements
(031-506-1053, 071-329-1019, 071-329-1030)

a.
Plots contamination area on map overlay(s).

b.
Notifies all march elements of reported location and type of contamination.

c.
Designates assembly area(s) for march elements to complete preparations
to cross area.

d.
Directs required protective measures and MOPP level for assembly area(s).

e.
Report locations of assembly area(s), halt time, and tentative resumption
time to the medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3
section.

f.
Forwards NBC 4 nuclear report to medical brigade operations
branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

g.
Directs recording of dose rates IAW time intervals established in the TSOP.

3. March elements occupy assembly area(s). (052-191-1361, 052-191-1362, 071­326-0513, 551-88M-0005) •
a.
Move into assembly area without stopping on the route of march.

b.
Establish perimeter security with 360-degree surveillance and individual
weapons positioned along likely avenues of approach.

c.
Employ camouflage (if directed) and concealment techniques, with
emphasis on mirrors toward the ground, and parking vehicles in an area
with overhead cover, if available.

d.
Perform during-operations PMCS IAW TSOP and applicable TM(s).

4. Designated personnel perform monitoring activities. (031-503-2023)
a.
Record dose rates IAW time intervals specified in the TSOP.
NOTE: During actual fallout, dose rates must be recorded at a minimum of every 15
minutes.

b.
Establish correlation factor.

c.
Record correlation factor.

d.
Report correlation factor figures to the hospital defense team.

e.
Record dose rate at 30-minute intervals after peak dose rate has been
reported.

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*
5. March commander organizes radiological reconnaissance team(s). (071-332­5000, 551-721-4326)

a.
Identifies possible routes through contaminated area by map
reconnaissance.

b.
Tasks march elements for vehicles, personnel, and equipment.

c.
Prepares overlays and/or strip maps to guide reconnaissance team(s) on
assigned routes.

d.
Briefs reconnaissance team(s) on route, mission, and reporting procedures.

*
6. March commander selects a crossing route. (031-503-3004)

a.
Employs a correlation factor to determine ground dose rates from
radiological survey reports.

b.
Identifies contamination levels for tentative routes from NBC 5 report and/or
radiological survey reports.

c.
Forwards radiological survey data to medical brigade operations
branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

d.
Establishes new exposure limits from OEG based on survey reports and in
coordination with the medical brigade operations branch/medical group
S2/S3 section.

e.
Selects best route that minimizes exposure and permits the fastest travel
based on METT-TC.

f.
Requests route clearance and approval from medical brigade operations
branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

*
7. March commander supervises crossing preparation activities. (031-503-3004, 551-721-4326)

a.
Assigns crossing time(s) for all march elements.

b.
Assigns assembly area location(s) for all march elements on the other side
of the contaminated area for immediate decontamination.

c.
Directs placement of extra shielding consistent with available materials.

d.
Directs precautionary measures and MOPP level required for crossing.

e.
Coordinates with medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3
section, for immediate and operational decontamination support.

8. NBC reconnaissance team(s) conduct a radiological route survey. (031-503­1015, 031-503-1023, 031-503-2023, 031-503-3008, 031-503-3010, 031-506­1053)

a.
Employ MOPP4.

b.
Employ additional shielding for nonarmored vehicles.

c.
Inspect serviceability of all radiacmeters and other reconnaissance
equipment.

,
d.
Plot checkpoints and distance intervals along route on overlays, based on
tactical situation and time available.

e.
Employ radiacmeters and dosimeters to measure dose rate readings inside
the vehicle(s) at selected intervals between the checkpoints.

f.
Employ radiacmeters and dosimeters to measure dose rate readings
outside the vehicle to determine the correlation factor.

g.
Report survey data to march commander.

h.
Place entrance markers at boundary of contaminated area. NOTE: Markers should face away from the contaminated area in order to facilitate identification by convoy lead vehicle.

GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
i.
Report location of contaminated areas to march commander via NBC 4
nuclear report format.

j.
Report reading, time, and location of contamination detection to medical
brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

k.
Terminate radiological survey activities when turnback dose or tumback
dose rate is reached, or when the specified area has been reconnoitered.

9. Hospital prepares to cross contaminated area. (031-503-1015, 031-503-1018)
a.
Employs MOPP4.

b.
Employs equipment and cargo protection measures.

c.
Closes all doors, air vents, and windows on vehicles, if possible.

d.
Employs extra shielding for non-armored vehicles, if available.

10. Hospital crosses contaminated area. (031-503-1015, 031-503-1018)
a.
Follows route as marked by reconnaissance party or by overlay.

b.
Employs precautions that minimize dust.

c.
Avoids low ground, overhead branches, and heavy brush.

d.
Moves as quickly as possible across contaminated area without
unnecessary halts and delays.

e.
Verifies that all vehicles have crossed.the contaminated area and are out of
the affected area before stopping.

f.
Forwards crossing report to march commander.

*11. March commander supervises crossing of contaminated area. (031-503-3004)
a.
Establishes extended interval or staggered parallel routes to minimize
radioactive dust pickup.

b.
Monitors march elements crossings to ensure compliance with TSOP.

c.
Maintains communications with all march elements during crossing.

d.
Directs dropping of all expendable covering materials at the edge of the
contaminated area.

e.
Forwards crossing report to medical brigade operations branch/medical
group S2/S3 section when all march elements have crossed the
contaminated area.

*12. March commander supervises decontamination measures. (031-506-1053)
a.
Identifies level of decontamination required in coordination with medical
brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

b.
Directs implementation of immediate decontamination based on level of
contamination, weather, and tactical situation.

c.
Directs implementation of operational decontamination based on level of
contamination, weather, and the tactical situation.

d.
Enforces OPSEC measures during decontamination operations.

e.
Records radiation level readings from selected personnel wearing
dosimeters.

f.
Forwards radiation exposure status to the medical brigade/medical group
operations branch.

g.
Coordinates thorough decontamination support with the medical brigade
operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

13. Hospital performs radiological decontamination. (031-503-1013, 031-503-2023, 031-507-2006)
a. Locates radiological contamination using radiacmeter.
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b. Performs personal wipedown technique on individual equipment within 15 minutes of contamination by brushing, scraping, or shaking dry contaminant from equipment, if possible. c. Washes exposed area of skin with soap and water. d. Wipes off mask, hood, helmet, gloves, footwear covers, and other personal equipment with soapy water. e. Disposes of contaminated dust and articles IAW prescribed techniques in OPORD and TSOP. f. Measures level of residual radiation using radiacmeters to determine if contamination is negligible. g. Assists in operational decontamination of equipment (vehicle washdown). h. Conducts thorough decontamination. i. Constructs sumps and runoff ditches to control contaminated drainage.
14. March commander coordinates resumption of road march. (031-503-3010, 551-721-4326) a. Designates SP location and times for all march elements. b. Reschedules checkpoint and RP crossing times in coordination with medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section. c. Provides new march instructions to all march elements. d. Directs covering and marking of contaminated runoff areas. e. Affixes locations of contaminated runoff areas on map overlay(s). f. Forwards march resumption report to medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section.
15. Hospital performs march resumption activities. (031-507-2038, 551-88M-0005) a. Covers areas used for decontamination. b. Marks entrance and exit to contaminated area. c. Records radiation dose readings of areas used for decontamination operations. . d. Crosses new SP at time prescribed by the march commander. _
TASK PERFORMANCE I 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 031-503-1013 Task Title. DECONTAMINATE YOURSELF AND INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT USING CHEMICAL DECONTAMINATING KITS References STP 21-1-SMCT

DODD0A-012640
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS ReferencesTask Number. Task Title
031-503-1015.PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC STP 21-1-SMCT
INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH MISSION-
ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE
(MOPP) GEAR
031-503-1018 .REACT TO NUCLEAR HAZARD/ATTACK STP 21-1-SMCT
.
031-503-1019 REACT TO CHEMICAL OR BIOLOGICAL STP 21-1-SMCT HAZARD/ATTACK
.
031-503-1023 PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC STP 21-24-SMCT INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN CHANGING MOPP GEAR
.
031-503-1035 PROTECT YOURSELF FROM STP 21-1-SMCT CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION USING YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE MASK
.
031-503-1036 MAINTAIN YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE STP 21-1-SMCT MASK
.
031-503-2023 MEASURE RADIATION DOSE RATE AND STP 21-24-SMCT TOTAL DOSE STP 3-54B1-SM
.
031-503-3004 SUPERVISE THE CROSSING OF A STP 21-24-SMCT CONTAMINATED AREA
.
031-503-3008 IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED STP 21-24-SMCT PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP)
.
031-503-3010 SUPERVISE EMPLOYMENT OF NBC STP 21-24-SMCT MARKERS
.
031-503-4002 SUPERVISE UNIT PREPARATION FOR AN STP 21-24-SMCT NBC ATTACK
.
031-506-1053 REPORT NBC INFORMATION USING NBC 4 STP 21-24-SMCT REPORT
.
031-507-2006 CONDUCT UNSUPPORTED OPERATIONAL STP 3-54B2-SM DECONTAMINATION
.
031-507-2038 CONTROL CONTAMINATED WASTE STP 3-54B2-SM
.
052-191-1361 CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR STP 21-1-SMCT INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT
.
052-191-1362 CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT STP 21-1-SMCT
.
071-326-0513 Select Temporary Fighting Positions STP 21-1-SMCT
.
071-329-1019 Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT
.
071-329-1030 Navigate from One Point on the Ground to STP 21-1-SMCT
Another Point While Mounted

.
071-332-5000 Prepare an Operation Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT
.
551-721-4326 PERFORM DUTIES AS CONVOY STP 21-24-SMCT
COMMANDER

.
551-88M-0005 Operate a Vehicle in a Convoy STP 21-1-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS ..
Task Number Task Title References
.
63-1-1040.08-705L MAINTAIN COMMUNICATIONS ARTEP 8-705-MTP
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: DISRUPT ENEMY MOVEMENT AND OPERATIONS USING TACTICAL NUCLEAR WEAPONS (08-0PFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Tactical nuclear weapons are employed against key locations in the rear area.
STANDARD: Disrupt or delay movement of equipment and supplies to forward areas. Destroy enemy equipment and supplies (less medical). Inflict a high rate of nuclear casualties among enemy troops. Deny enemy use of specified areas. Contaminate enemy equipment and supplies.
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ELEMENTS: OPERATING ROOM D ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD RADIOLOGY SERVICE HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS
TASK: DEFEND MARCH ELEMENTS (63-2-1006.08-705L)
(FM 55-30). (AR 600-8-1) (AR 71-32)
(FM 21-11). (FM 3-3) (FM 3-4)
(FM 3-5). (FM 3-7) (FM 8-10)
(FM 8-10-14). (FM 8-10-6)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3 4.
5.M.(Circle)

COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Threat forces attack the march column. The equipment reception team (deployment) or hospital (relocate) is conducting a tactical road march. Weapons, ammunition, and tactical equipment has been issued based on the tactical situation. The hospital HQ is established and has communications with the march commander. The movement order and TSOP are available. The threat is capable of launching ground, air, and indirect fire attacks. The march column has radio communications with the operations section. Hospital movement order and TSOP are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
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TASK STANDARDS: Attacks are repelled by proper immediate action techniques and march is resumed IAW movement order and TSOP.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
* 1. March commander supervises reaction to sniper fire. (113-637-2001, 551-721-
4326, 551438M-0001)
a. Locates approximate location of sniper incident on map from march
element reports.
b. Identifies whether area is a free fire zone or restricted fire zone.
c. Authorizes return fire only if sniper(s) are located.
d. Directs march elements to increase march speed and interval between
vehicles until they have cleared the area.
e. Provides instructions to follow-on march elements.
f. Forwards incident report to operations section.
2. Hospital/equipment reception team takes action against sniper fire. (071-004-
0001, 071-004-0003, 071-004-0004, 071-004-0006, 071-311-2025, 071-326-
0502, 071-326-0510, 181-105-1001, 301-371-1000, 551-88M-0005)
a. Reports sniper fire to march commander immediately upon contact.
b. Returns fire immediately that suppresses their fire (designated personnel
only).
c. Increases column rate of march and vehicle interval.
* 3. March commander supervises defense against ambush, road blocked or road
not blocked. (071-329-1019, 113-637-2001, 551-721-4326, 551-88M-0001)
a. Identifies location of ambush site on map with map overlay.
b. Directs march elements under attack to employ correct protective actions
as prescribed in the TSOP and movement order.
c. Provides instructions on halt points and security requirements to all march
elements.
d. Forwards initial incident report to operations section.
e. Maintains constant communications with all march elements engaging
threat to,immediately make adjustments to tactical situation.
f. Forwards subsequent SITREPs to operations section as situation changes.
g. Requests immediate support from operations section.
h. Develops contingency plans to displace elements not under attack and
withdraw elements under attack.
4. Hospital/equipment reception team defends against ground ambush (road not
blocked). (071-004-0001, 071-004-0003, 071-004-0004, 071-004-0006, 071­
311-2025, 07. 1-326-0502, 071-326-0510, 113-637-2001, 181-105-1001, 551-
88M-0005)
a. Reports ambush to march commander immediately upon contact.
b. Identifies threat location(s).
c. Returns fire immediately that suppresses their fire (non-driving personnel).
d. Stops vehicles (not in kill zone).
e. Increases rate of march until out of kill zone (vehicles in kill zone).
f. Keeps roadway clear by pushing disabled vehicles aside.
g. Organizes security element(s) of soldiers not in kill zone (senior member
present).

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h. Directs suppressive fire of security elements to allow remaining vehicles to pass through kill zone (senior member present). i. Forwards SITREP to march commander.
5. Hospital/equipment reception team defends against ground attack (road blocked). (071-004-0001, 071-004-0003, 071-004-0004, 071-004-0006, 071-311-2025, 071-326-0502, 071-326-0510, 071-326-0513, 113-637-2001, 181-105-1001, 301-371-1000, 551-88M-0005) a. Reports ambush to march commander immediately upon contact. b. Dismounts vehicles on opposite side of direction of ambush. c. Returns fire immediately that suppresses their fire (soldiers in kill zone). d. Takes up firing positions while awaiting orders (soldiers not in kill zone). e. Organizes security element(s) of soldiers not in kill zone (senior member present). f. Directs suppressive fire of security elements to allow removal of road block (senior member present). g. Forwards SITREP to march commander.
6. Hospital/equipment reception team employs passive defense measures against air attack. (071-004-0001, 071-004-0003, 071-004-0004, 071-004-0006, 071-311-2025, 071-326-0513, 113-637-2001, 181-105-1001, 301-371-1000, 551-88M-0005) a. Provides the prescribed signal to alert column. b. Staggers vehicles to avoid linear patterns. c. Drives vehicle in shadows or woodline. d. Assumes firing positions. e. Fires only if fired upon and on command. f. Reports all aircraft actions to operations section.
7. Hospital/equipment reception team employs active defense measures against air attack. (071-004-0001, 071-004-0003, 071-004-0004, 071-004-0006, 071-311-2025, 071-326-0513, 113-637-2001, 181-105-1001, 301-371-1000, 551-88M-0005) . a. Employs the prescribed signal to alert march elements. b. Identifies threat aircraft visually. c. Disperses vehicles to concealed locations. d. Assumes firing positions. e. Fires weapons at attacking aircraft only if fired upon and on command. ,
* 8. March commander supervises reorganization after attack. (113-637-2001, 551-721-4326, 551-88M-0001) a. Identifies status of all personnel, equipment, and cargo through march element reports. b. Coordinates requirements within march elements for load transfer, vehicle repairs, mortuary affairs, and MEDEVAC. c. Requests emergency destruction authorization from operations section for unrepairable items (except medical). d. Forwards SITREP to operations section.
9. HoSpital/equipment reception team reorganizes after the attack. (081-831-1000, 081-831-1046, 551-88M-0005) a. Maintains 360-degree surveillance.
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b.
Reestablishes chain of command, if necessary.

c.
Treats casualties. (08-2-0314.08-705L) . NOTE: See task 08-2-0314.08-705L for detailed treatment and evacuation procedures.

d.
Conducts battlefield stress reduction and prevention procedures. (08-2-

R303.08-705L) NOTE: See task 08-2-R303.08-705L for detailed procedures.
e.
Reports casualties to administrative division, as required.

f.
Requests MEDEVAC support through march commander, if required.

g.
Secures landing zone, if AE is required.

h.
Evacuates casualties.

I.
Performs mortuary affairs functior s. (10-2-C318.08-705L) NOTE: See task 10-2-C318.08-705L for detailed mortuary affairs procedures.

j.
Assesses damage to vehicles and cargo to determine operability and
repairability.

k.
Performs BDAR for recoverable vehicles. ..

I.
Removes critical items from unrecoverable vehicles.

m.
Requests emergency destruction of vehicles and nonmedical equipment
from march commander.

n.
Forwards SITREP to march commander.

o.
Reorganizes march elements.

p.
Resumes march.

TASK PERFORMANCE I 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
071-004-0001 Maintain an M9 Pistol STP 21-1-SMCT
071-004-0003 Load an M9 Pistol STP 21-1-SMCT
071-004-0004 Unload an M9 Pistol STP 21-1-SMCT
071-004-0006 Engage Targets with an M9 Pistol STP 21-1-SMCT
071-311-2025 Maintain an M16-Series Rifle STP 21-1-SMCT
071-326-0502 Move Under Direct Fire STP 21-1-SMCT
071-326-0510 React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted STP 21-1-SMCT
071-326-0513 Select.Temporary Fighting Positions STP 21-1-SMCT
071-329-1019 Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT
081-831-1000 EVALUATE A CASUALTY STP 21-1-SMCT
081-831-1046 TRANSPORT A CASUALTY STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
Task Number
181-105-1001
301-371-1000 551-721-4326
551-88M-0001 551-88M-0005
Task Number
08-2-0314.08-705L 08-2-R303.08-705L
10-2-C318.08-705L
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS Task Title. References
Comply with the Law of War and the Geneva STP 21-1-SMCT
and Hague Conventions REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION.STP 21-1-SMCT PERFORM DUTIES AS CONVOY.STP 21-24-SMCT COMMANDER Lead a Convoy Serial/March Unit.STP 21-24-SMCT Operate a Vehicle in a Convoy. STP 21-1-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS Task Title. References
TREAT HOSPITAL CASUALTIES.ARTEP 8-705-MTP
CONDUCT BATTLEFIELD STRESS.ARTEP 8-705-MTP
REDUCTION AND PREVENTION
PROCEDURES
PERFORM MORTUARY AFFAIRS.ARTEP 8-705-MTP
OPERATIONS

OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: CONDUCT HASTY AMBUSH (08-OPFOR-1003)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is moving in a wooded area when a enemy march element is seen moving along a nearby route.
STANDARD: Prepare ambush site before arrival of enemy element. Surprise enemy forces. Inflict casualties within the designated kill zone. Inflict damage to vehicles and equipment within the designated kill zone. Delay enemy march elements from reaching its specified destination for a specified period. Withdraw, on order, within two minutes of ambush initiation. Report actions to superiors.
TASK: CONDUCT DELIBERATE AMBUSH (08-OPFOR-1004)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is operating along an enemy MSR. OPFOR intelligence has reported that an enemy element is conducting a road march along the route. OPFOR has set up an ambush. The march element is approximately fifteen minutes from the ambush point. OPFOR element possesses automatic weapons, anti-armor weapons, and command detonated mines. OPFOR HQ has ordered complete destruction of march element.
STANDARD: Prepare ambush site before arrival of enemy element. Surprise enemy forces. Force enemy march element to halt in kill zone. Initiate ambush on order of OPFOR leader. Kill, wound, or capture enemy personnel, and destroy all specified vehicles and equipment in the kill zone. Engage all enemy reinforcements and security elements. Consolidate and withdraw from the area on order. Report all specified PIR and other intelligence requirements.
TASK: CONDUCT SNIPER OPERATIONS (08-OPFOR-1005)
CONDITION: OPFOR has assigned snipers, regular and/or irregular elements, in the enemy rear area along MSR and near support sites.
STANDARD: Set up well-concealed location(s). Engage vehicle drivers or personnel on foot with short bursts of semi-automatic fire. Kill or wound selected target. Prevent position from being discovered by enemy forces. Evacuate the area without being spotted. Report all specified PIR and other intelligence requirements to OPFOR HQ.
ELEMENT: HOSP OPERATIONS SECT
TASK: PERFORM ADVANCE/QUARTERING PARTY ACTIVITIES (63-1-1015.08-705L) (FM 55-30). (AR 200-1). (AR 385-10) (FM 100-20). (FM 101-5). (FM 20-3)
(FM 24-1). (FM 24-18). (FM 24-19)
(FM 24-33). (FM 24-35). (FM 24-35-1)
(FM 27-10). (FM 3-0). (FM 3-100.4)
(FM 3-11.21). (FM 3-3). (FM 3-4)
(FM 3-5). (FM 3-7). (FM 8-10)
(FM 8-10-14). (FM 8-9). (TC 24-20)
(TC 3-34.489). (TG 244)

ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.(Circle)
COMMANDEPJLEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. The hospital has analog and/or digital communications with higher and lower HQ. The medical brigade/medical group HQ OPORD with all annexes, status reports, maps, overlays, and other required documents has been forwarded to the commander (or his digital device, when available). Departure time for the advance/quartering party has arrived. The party are prepared to depart the assembly area. The operations section has provided all essential information to the party leader, to include the route, order of march, and ETA for the main body. Area has been cleared by EOD. Engineers have completed site preparation. The party leader has issued tentative hospital area and CP layout, traffic circulation, and communications plans. The party consists of an OIC, and security, staff, and communications elements, and representatives from subordinate elements. Sufficient guides, markers, and other equipment are available. The TSOP is available. The party deploys in MOPP2. This task is performed under all environmental conditions, both day and night. The unit is subject to air, NBC, and ground threat forces attack.
NOTE: If survey team(s) monitor high levels of contamination, the area should be evacuated immediately. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Advance/quartering party's movement is conducted IAW movement order. All new area preparation tasks as directed by the medical operations officer are acconfplished IAW TSOP and the OPORD.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Operations section organizes hospital advance/quartering party. (113-600-2001,
113-637-2001)

a.
Provides required size of parties to subordinate elements.

b.
Briefs party leaders IAW the TSOP.

c.
Dispatches party as prescribed in the movement order.

2. Advance/quartering party moves to new operating site. (071-329-1019, 113-
600-2001, 113-637-2001)

a.
Maintains situational awareness at all times using analog and/or digital
communications (e.g., radio, MTS, etc.).

b.
Crosses SP, checkpoints, and the RP at times prescribed in the movement
order.

c.
Follows route prescribed in the movement order.

d.
Reports route changes, intelligence, and any other information to the main
body by route guides, route markers, or non-electronic means.

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e. Moves into a concealed predesignated assembly area and await clearance
of new area.
* 3. Advance/quartering party leader supervises securing the hospital's new AO.
(031-503-1037, 031-503-2001, 031-506-3020, 031-506-3032, 113-600-2001,
113-637-2001)
a. Dispatches security element to sweep the area to locate mines, booby
traps, or other signs of threat presence.
b. Dispatches NBC survey and monitoring teams personnel to sweep
assigned unit area IAW TSOP.
c. Places dismount point on probable avenues of approach consistent with
personnel assets.
d. Conducts area reconnaissance (mounted or dismounted) with subordinate
elements' leaders pointing out general locations of each element.
e. Moves entire advance/quartering party into the new area.
f. Forwards closing report to main body, if possible.
4. Advance/quartering party secures the new hospital area. (031-503-1037, 031-
503-2001, 031-503-2023, 031-503-3008, 031-504-1008, 031-505-1011, 031-
506-1013, 031-506-1051, 031-506-3020, 031-506-3030, 031-506-3032, 031-
507-1021, 052-192-1135)
a. Dons protective mask before entering new area.
b. Sweeps area to locate mines, booby traps, or other signs of threat ,
presence (security elements).
c. Surveys assigned areas for NBC contamination (survey and monitor
teams).
NOTE: If contamination is detected, assume MOPP4 and evacuate the area
immediately.
d. Occupies dismount point on probable avenues of approach.
e. Moves into new area as directed by party leader.
* 5. Advance/quartering party leader supervises area preparation. (113-597-0002,
113-597-1002, 113-600-2001, 113-611-1015, 113-637-2001, 301-371-1050)
Maintains situational awareness at all times using analog and/or digital OL.,
communications (e.g., radio, MTS, etc.).
b. Monitors movement of hospital elements into their respective areas to
ensure compliance with layout plan and traffic circulation plan.
c. Supervises implementation of hasty security plan to ensure that each
element secures its individual area.
d. Supervises implementation of communications plan in coordination with the
communications representatives to ensure some type of communications
exists between the CP and all hospital elements.
e. Enforces OPSEC measures during preparation of hospital elements' areas.
f. Tasks element representatives to block all other possible entrance and exit
points with available materials.
6. Advance/quartering party implements tentative hospital layout plan. (113-600-
2001, 113-637-2001)
a. Marks hospital traffic circulation pattern IAW layout plan.
b. Marks location of treatment area IAW unit movement plan and TSOP.
c. Establishes entrance and exit points to all hospital elements.
d. Constructs barriers to block all other possible entrance and exit points.
e. Forwards layout plan to hospital HQ using analog and/or digital
communications.

DODD0A-012650
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
7. Advance/quartering party implements hasty security plan. (052-191-1361, 052-191-1362) a. Prepares hospital hasty defensive sketch. b. Enforces camouflage and concealment measures if directed by a brigade commander or higher. c. Identifies locations for emplacement of emergency alarm devices.
8. Advance/quartering party implements communications plan. (113-597-1002, 113-611-1015, 301-371-1050) a. Establishes wire communication between CP and subordinate elements. b. Establishes wire communications between CP and medical brigade/medical group. c. Employs signal security measures.
* 9. Advance/quartering party leader supervises reception of main body. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001) a. Maintains situational awareness at all times using analog and/or digital communications (e.g., radio, MTS, etc.). b. Identifies guide pickup points. c. Briefs ground guides on moving main body into their respective area with emphasis on OPSEC measures.. •.
. d. Directs dispatching of unit guides to the RP. e. Monitors subordinate elements' guide activities to ensure compliance with party leader's guidance and TSOP. f. Enforces counter-surveillance measures. g. Provides progress report to the operations section and hospital commander upon arrival of main body.
TASK PERFORMANCE I 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 031-503-1037 031-503-2001 031-503-2023 031-503-3008 031-504-1008 Task Title DETECT CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M8 OR M9 DETECTOR PAPER IDENTIFY CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M256-SERIES CHEMICAL AGENT DETECTOR KIT MEASURE RADIATION DOSE RATE AND TOTAL DOSE IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) OPERATE THE M8A1 ALARM SYSTEM References STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT STP 3-54B1-SM STP 21-24-SMCT STP 3-54B1-SM STP 21-24-SMCT STP 3-54B1-SM

SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS

Task Number Task Title References
031-505-1011 OPERATE THE AN/PDR27-SERIES RADIAC STP 3-54B1-SM
SET
031-506-1013 COLLECT NBC SAMPLES STP 3-54B1-SM
031-506-1051 RECORD DATA ON DA FORM 1971-R OR STP 3-54B1-SM
1971-1-R
031-506-3020 SUPERVISE RADIOLOGICAL MONITORING STP 3-54B34-SM-TG
031-506-3030 CONDUCT NBC SAMPLING OPERATIONS STP 3-54B34-SM-TG
031-506-3032 SUPERVISE CHEMICAL SURVEY STP 3-54B34-SM-TG
031-507-1021 MARK NBC CONTAMINATED AREA STP 3-54B1-SM
052-191-1361 CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR STP 21-1-SMCT
INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT
052-191-1362 CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT STP 21-1-SMCT
052-192-1135 LOCATE MINES BY PROBING STP 21-1-SMCT
071-329-1019 Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT
113-597-0002 Troubleshoot Tactical Lightweight Digital STP 11-31U14-SM-TG
Facsimile (LDF) AN/UXC-7 or a Similar
System
113-597-1002 Install Tactical Lightweight Digital Facsimile STP 11-31U14-SM-TG
(LDF) AN/UXC-7 or a Similar System
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-611-1015 Select a Radio Site STP 11-31U14-SM-TG
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
301-371-1050 IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY STP 21-1-SMCT
(OPSEC) MEASURES

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT
TASK: ESTABLISH HOSPITAL COMMAND POST [FORWARD] (FM 8-10). (ARTEP 8-705-10P-DRILL) (FM 11-50). (FM 19-10) (FM 24-1). (FM 8-10-14) (63-1-1016.08-705L) (FM 101-5) (FM 20-3) (FM 8-42)

(FM 8-55)
.. ITERATION:. 1.2 5 (Circle)
..
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: T P.
U (Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital has analog and/or digital communications with higher and lower HQ. The medical brigade/medial group HQ OPORD with all annexes, status reports, maps, overlays, and other required documents has been forwarded to the commander (or his digital device, when available). The hospital advance/quartering party has secured new area. The staff sections have assigned personnel to establish the CP (Forward). The staff advance party element is part of the advance/quartering party. The TSOP, with advance element's duties, is available. The operations section has provided instructions relating to CP site preparation. Communications requirements have been determined and requested from the supporting signal element. This task is performed under all environmental conditions, both day and night. The unit is subject to air, NBC, and ground threat forces attack. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: C2 of hospital sustainment operations continues during hospital HQ "jump" to a new location. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors increase the time required to establish the CP (forward).
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Staff advance party element establishes CP (Forward). (031-504-1008, 052­195-3066, 071-329-1019)

a.
Positions vehicle, tentage, or equipment to be used IAW layout plan.

b.
Sets up internal arrangement to permit immediate access to all required
information.

c.
Sets up maps and overlays which display locations of other medical
treatment facilities.

d.
Positions M8A1 alarm.

e.
Constructs barriers around CP (forward) as prescribed by the TSOP.

2. Staff advance party element provides supervision over forward operations. (113­600-2001, 113-637-2001) (ARTEP 8-705-10P-DRILL)

a.
Provides staff supervision over establishment of the CP area to ensure
compliance with layout plan and TSOP. (08-4-00020)

b.
Establishes analog/digital communications with medical brigade
DCSPER/medical group S1, adjacent units, and subordinate elements as
prescribed by the movement order, TSOP, and SOI/SSI.

c.
Provides movement assistance to subordinate elements out of the range of
rear CP communications.

d.
Maintains situation map(s) with current disposition of friendly and enemy
units (use appropriate BFACS, if available.

3. Staff advance party element provides supervision over forward hospital
elements. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)

a. Maintains current status of all hospitalization support and services assets.
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b.
Maintains current status of the availability of hospitalization support and
services assets.

c.
Maintains situation maps with current facilities co-located with the hospital.

d.
Notifies medical brigade/medical group HQ and subordinate elements when
the CP is operational.

e.
Maintains current patient listing, if required.

f.
Maintains current staff files and journals.

g.
Relays operational information from supported units to rear hospital HQ that affects hospitalization support and services operations using appropriate • BFACS, radio, wire, or messenger.

h.
Provides current operations briefing to operations section and respective
staff sections upon arrival of main body.

TASK PERFORMANCE I 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
031-504-1008 OPERATE THE M8A1 ALARM SYSTEM STP 3-54B1-SM
052-195-3066 DIRECT CONSTRUCTION OF STP 21-24-SMCT

NONEXPLOSIVE OBSTACLES
071-329-1019 Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
.
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ELEMENT: HOSP OPERATIONS SECT
TASK: SUPERVISE ESTABLISHMENT OF SUBORDINATE ELEMENTS AND HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS (63-1-1019.08-705L) (FM 55-30). (AR 200-1) (AR 385-10)
(ARTEP 8-705-10-DRILL).(FM 3-100.4) (FM 63-3)
(FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14) (FM 8-55)
(TC 3-34.489)
. ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5 (Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital HQ has analog and/or digital communications with higher and lower HQ. The medical brigade/medical group HQ OPORD with all annexes, status reports, maps, overlays, and other required documents has been forwarded to the commander (or his digital device, when available). The advance/quartering party is dispatched to new CP area. Subordinate elements are moving along designated route(s) to new area(s). Subordinate elements are required to submit closing reports. The advance CP has been established by the hospital advance/quartering party. The advance/quartering party leader briefs the hospital commander on status of new area preparation. The medical operations officer issued occupation plans to the CP and subordinate elements. OPORD and TSOP are available. This task is performed under all environmental conditions, both day and night. The hospital is subject to air, NBC, and ground threat forces attack. Hospital should not set up in a contaminated area. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Hospitalization support and services facilities, and the CP are established IAW occupation plan, OPORD, and TSOP. All new CP preparation tasks are accomplished as directed by the medical operations officer IAW TSOP and OPORD. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors increase the time required to establish a CP.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Operations section monitors movement of advance/quartering party. (113-600­2001, 113-637-2001, 151-357-0002)

a.
Maintains situational awareness at all times using analog and/or digital
communications (e.g., radio, BFACS, etc.). .

b.
Maintains constant communications IAW movement order and TSOP.

c.
Coordinates support or emergency action requirements with appropriate
element based on assistance required.

2. Staff advance party element performs CP functions. (113-600-2001, 113-637­2001)

a.
Supervises establishment of hospital area IAW layout plan and TSOP. (08­4-D0020, 08-4-00021, 08-4-00023) (ARTEP 8-705-10-DRILL)

b.
Establishes hospital messenger runner system until wire communications
are established.

c.
Coordinates hospitalization support and services operations from forward
location (limited operations).. .

d.
Supervises the establishment of wire communications within the CP area.

e.
Sets up hospital situation map(s).

3. Operations section monitors deployment of subordinate elements and hospital
HQ. (071-329-1019, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 551-88N-0004, 850-001­2000, 850-001-3001)

a. Maintains situational awareness at all times using analog and/or digital
•communications (e.g., radio, BFACS, etc.).
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b.
Supervises deployment of elements as prescribed by the occupation plan.

c.
Coordinates impact of position changes with other staff sections.

d.
Approves position changes of subordinate elements that are caused by
terrain and/or tactical considerations.

e.
Posts situation map(s) and overlay(s) to reflect new positions.

f.
Provides deployment update to hospital commander and XO.

g.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

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
071-329-1019 Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
151-357-0002 Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) STP 21-24-SMCT

Operations
551-88N-0004 Coordinate Unit Movement STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT

Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG)
TASK: ESTABLISH TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER, ADMINISTRATIVE AREAS, AND OPERATIONAL AREAS (63-1-1020.08-705L)
. .
(FM 8-10) (AR 200-1) (AR 385-10)
. .
(FM 101-5) (FM 3-100.4) (FM 63-3)
. .
(FM 8-10-14) (FM 8-55) (TC 3-34.489)
. ITERATION: 1.2.3.4.5 (Circle)
.
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital HQ has analog and/or digital communications with higher and lower HQ. The medical brigade/medical group HQ OPORD with all annexes, status reports, maps, overlays, and other required documents has been forwarded to the commander (or his digital device, when available). The main body has arrived at the new location. The medical operations officer has selected the general location of the TOC and administrative areas. Advance CP personnel have identified specific locations and initial preparations are completed. All required personnel and equipment are available. The CP (Forward) maintains operational control until the new TOC is established. This task is performed under all environmental conditions, both day and night. The unit is subject to air, NBC, and ground threat forces attack. Hospital should not set up in a contaminated area. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: TOC is capable of communicating with and controlling hospitalization support and services assets and survival measures within the time specified in the TSOP. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors increases the time required to establish the TOC and administrative areas.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Operations section establishes the TOC. (071-329-1019, 301-371-1050)
a.
Identifies staff work areas that facilitate immediate access of staff personnel
to all required information.

b.
Sets up internal arrangement IAW XO and medical operations officer
guidance.

c.
Sets up analog/digital maps, map overlays, and informational displays
which show the current tactical situations of friendly and enemy forces
affecting the mission.

d.
Sets up analog/digital status boards.
NOTE: Status boards should display locations of hospitalization support and services,
their capabilities, and status of personnel and equipment.

e.
Establishes hospital commander's briefing area.

f.
Prepares sleep plan that is consistent with phases of supported unit's
operations.

g.
Establishes policy files, records, staff journals, and section workbooks.

h.
Sets up area access and security IAW the TSOP.

2. Administrative and supply and service divisions establish administrative areas.
(113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)

a. Identify staff working areas that facilitate immediate staff access to all
required information.

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b.
Set up maps and status boards displaying status of internal logistics,
personnel, and equipment.

c.
Establish communications in the order of the priority specified by the TSOP.

d.
Establish policy files, records, staff journals, and section workbooks.

e.
Secure unissued weapons and ammunition.

f.
Report to medical operations officer when area is operational.

3. Staff sections set up staff operational areas. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)
a.
Position equipment IAW layout plan.

b.
Establish communications with hospital switchboard.

c.
Establish field sanitation facilities IAW layout plan.

d.
Establish security.

e.
Camouflage area (when directed).

f.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

g.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

h.
Report to medical operations officer when area is operational.

4. Supply and service division sets up maintenance areas. (052-191-1361, 052-
191-1362, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)

a.
Positions equipment IAW layout plan.

b.
Establishes communications with hospital switchboard.

c.
Sets up maintenance tent.

d.
Establishes field sanitation facilities IAW layout plan.

e.
Establishes area security.

f.
Camouflages area (when directed).

g.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

i.
Reports to medical operations officer when area is operational.

5. Supply and service division sets up Class VIII supply area. (052-191-1361, 052-
191-1362, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)

a.
Positions equipment IAW layout plan.

b.
Establishes communications with the hospital switchboard.


.c. Positions supply vehicles.

d.
Safeguards medical supplies IAW the TSOP.

e.
Camouflages area (when directed).

f.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

g.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

h.
Establishes area security.

i.
Reports to medical operations officer when area is operational.

6. Operations section establishes analog and/or digital communications. (113-571-
1003, 113-580-0053, 113-580-0054, 113-580-1031, 113-580-1032, 113-580-
1033, 113-580-1035, 113-583-1022, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)

a.
Establishes all communications nets in order of the priority specified in the
TSOP and OPORD.

b.
Establishes area for processing incoming and outgoing messages. NOTE: Performance measures 6c through 6g applies to units with digital communications equipment.

c.
Installs local area network.

d.
Operates local area network.

e.
Issues passwords.

f.
Installs anti-virus.

g.
Troubleshoots hardware needing repair.

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
052-191-1361 CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR
INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT 052-191-1362 CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT 071-329-1019 Use a Map Overlay 113-571-1003 ESTABLISH, ENTER, AND LEAVE A RADIO
NET 113-580-0053 Troubleshoot a Tactical Local Area Network (LAN)
113-580-0054 Troubleshoot Communications Equipment Within the Standardized Integrated Command Post System (SICPS)
113-580-1031 PREPARE A MICROCOMPUTER (EVEREX SMC/EDS 486/33) SYSTEM FOR OPERATION
113-580-1032 Configure a Desktop IBM or Compatible
Microcomputer for Operation
113-580-1033 Install Network Hardware/Software in a

Desktop IBM or Compatible Microcomputer 113-580-1035 Install a Tactical Local Area Network (LAN) 113-583-1022 INSTALL DATA COMMUNICATIONS
EQUIPMENT
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a

Secure Net 301-371-1050 IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) MEASURES 850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
5 TOTAL
References
STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT STP 11-31C13-SM-TG STP 11-31U14-SM-TG STP 11-31U14-SM-TG
STP 11-74B14-SM-TG
STP 11-31U14-SM-TG STP 11-31U14-SM-TG STP 11-31U14-SM-TG
STP 11-74B14-SM-TG
STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT
DODD0A-012659
ELEMENT: HOSP OPERATIONS SECT
TASK: SUPERVISE OPERATIONS SECURITY PROGRAM (63-1-1038.08-705L)
(AR 530-1). (AR 5-12) (FM 100-10)
(FM 100-20). (FM 3-0) (FM 3-11.21)
(FM 3-3). (FM 3-4) (FM 3-5)
(FM 63-3). (FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-14)
(FM 8-9). (TG 244) . ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5 (Circle) . COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U (Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. The hospital HQ has analog and/or digital communications with higher and lower HQ. The medical brigade/medical group HQ OPORD with all annexes, status reports, maps, overlays, and other required documents has been forwarded to the commander (or his digital device, when available). Hospitalization support and services operations have commenced. The CP area has been established. Threat may be in the form of conventional or unconventional forces and have the capability of intelligence gathering. OPSEC program is a passive defensive measure. The supporting rear area operations element coordinates OPSEC activity throughout the area. Medical brigade/medical group OPSEC estimate is available. OPSEC teams identify OPSEC weaknesses and risks by examining unit and CP communications, signatures and tactical deployment patterns and camouflage. This information with recommended countermeasures is disseminated to the hospital through the medical brigade/medical group or supported unit. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. The hospital commander has elected to locate outside the shelter and has appointed a liaison officer to coordinate C2 functions between him and the staff. This task is performed under all environmental conditions, both day and night. The unit is subject to air, NBC, and ground threat forces attack. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The OPSEC program is planned and implemented IAW OPORD and TSOP. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors increase for OPSEC planning and implementation.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Operations section plans OPSEC program for current operations. (113-600-
2001, 113-637-2001, 301-371-1000, 301-371-1050)

a.
Identifies established policies and procedures by reviewing TSOP.

b.
Lists enemy intelligence collection capabilities by extracting information
from the medical brigade/medical group OPSEC estimates or annex.

c.
Lists EEFI from medical brigade/medical group OPSEC estimate or annex.

d.
Lists indicators which affect or may compromise the EEFI.

e.
Lists all countermeasure requirements by reviewing medical
brigade/medical group OPSEC estimate or annex and the hospital's
operations profile.

f.
Prepares hospital's OPSEC plan.
NOTE: OPSEC plan should implement CP policies and procedures to overcome or
neutralize the enemy's ability to collect information in the areas of communications,
intelligence, logistics, and administrative actions.

g.
Disseminates OPSEC plan to all hospital elements.

2. Operations section implements OPSEC plan. (301-371-1050)
a. Enforces COMSEC measures to deny friendly information to the enemy by
telecommunication means.

b.. Enforces ELSEC measures to protect electromagnetic transmissions from
enemy identification or location.

c. Enforces TEMPEST controls to render enemy detection devices ineffective.
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d.
Enforces EP to ensure the hospital receiving and sending information
essential to mission accomplishment is not disrupted.

e.
Enforces information security measures to prevent compromise of classified
and non-classified information.

f.
Enforces physical security measures to prevent espionage, sabotage, or
theft at the hospital.

g.
Controls usage of passwords, when required.

h.
Installs anti-virus software, when required.

3. Operations section provides feedback on status of OPSEC program. (113-600-
2001, 113-637-2001, 151-357-0002, 301-371-1050)

a.
Inspects hospital elements' positions for OPSEC effectiveness.

b.
Inspects hospital's camouflage and concealment measures for compliance
with TSOP, OPORD, and current tactical situation.

c.
Identifies OPSEC weakness and recommended corrections by continuously
reviewing medical brigade/medical group OPSEC updates.

d.
Coordinates additional support requirements with medical brigade/medical
group or the supported unit.

e.
Provides feedback report to hospital commander, staff and subordinate
elements on activities that affect OPSEC measures.

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
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
151-357-0002 Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) STP 21-24-SMCT

Operations
301-371-1000 REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION. STP 21-1-SMCT
301-371-1050 IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY STP 21-1-SMCT

(OPSEC) MEASURES
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENT: HOSP OPERATIONS SECT
TASK: SUPERVISE NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, AND CHEMICAL DEFENSE OPERATIONS (03-1-C404.08-705L) (FM 3-4) (FM 100-20) (FM 3-0) (FM 3-100) (FM 3-11.21) (FM 3-3)
(FM 3-5) (FM 4-02.33) (FM 4-02.7)
(FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-14) (FM 8-10-6)
(FM 8-285) (FM 8-42) (FM 8-55)
(FM 8-9) (TG 244) (TM 10-5410-228-24)
(TM 10-5410-283-14&P)

ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. Hospitalization support and services operations have commenced. The CP area has been established. Hospital elements are functional. Threat has the capability to launch NBC attacks. The hospital commander and staff require updated NBC data for current operations and future planning. The operations section is required to provide C2 to hospital elements during NBC intrusions. The NBC defense plan, TSOP, and OPORD are available. Isolated NBC incident(s) have occurred. Some operational areas have reported contamination. NBC decontamination augmentation for patients and equipment has been requested. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. The hospital commander has elected to locate outside the shelter and has appointed a liaison officer to coordinate C2 functions between him and the staff. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Hospitalization support and services is maintained at a level that allows the supported forces to sustain momentum of operations. NBC defense measures are conducted IAW NBC defense plan, TSOP, and OPORD. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors increase time required to implement NBC defense operations.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Operations section develops NBC defense plan. (031-506-3001, 031-506-3002,
031-506-3003, 031-506-3004, 031-506-3059)

a.
Identifies established policies and procedures by reviewing NBC defense
portion of the TSOP.

b.
Identifies NBC threat and recommended countermeasures by analyzing the
medical brigade/medical group NBC vulnerability analysis.

c.
Prepares NBC defense requirement forecast.

d.
Prepares for management and assistance of patients.

e.
Coordinates for medical evacuation support through the medical
brigade/medical group MRO.

f.
Coordinates with supply and service division, the medical brigade
DSCLOG/medical group S4 and the supporting LOG SPT Co, MED BN
(LOG) for alternate methods of supply.

g.
Coordinates with medical brigade communications branch/medical group
communications section for alternate lines of communication.

h.
Coordinates with medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3
section for additional patient and equipment decontamination team support.

i.
Prepares NBC defense item consumption plan.

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j. Prepares personnel, patient, equipment, and facilities decontamination
plan.
k. Disseminates NBC defense plan to all hospital elements.
2. Operations section directs preparation of hospital for NBC attack.
a. Identifies backup C2 procedures.
b. Alerts NBC defense team(s).
c. Maintains NBC situation map(s).
d. Directs periodic monitoring of assigned areas.
e. Directs appropriate MOPP level.
f. Directs preparation for receiving NBC decontamination augmentation.
g. Directs redeployment of units and facilities.
3. Operations section directs response to initial effects of NBC attack. (031-506-
3005, 031-506-3023, 031-506-3045, 031-506-3052, 031-506-3062)
a. Revises MOPP level, as necessary.
b. Alerts higher and adjacent units.
c. Reestablishes chains of command and communications.
d. Assesses injury to personnel and patients.
e. Assesses damage to equipment and facilities.
f. Coordinates with command/medical bligade operations section for
assistance for hospital elements.
g. Alerts mortuary affairs, EPW collection points, and subordinate units of
NBC hazards.
h. Forwards initial and subsequent NBC 1 reports to medical brigade
operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section and supporting rear
operations element.
i. Computes yield and ground zero location.
j. Prepares downwind hazard prediction.
k. Prepares simplified fallout prediction.
I. Forwards NBC 6 report (chemical and biological only) to medical brigade
operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section.
m. Provides current status of augmented chemical unit employment, protective
measures, and MOPP and OEG implementation to hospital HQ staff.
4. Operations section directs response to residual effects of NBC attack. (031-506-
3043, 031-506-3045, 031-506-3053)
a. Plots NBC 4 report on situation map.
b. Forwards NBC medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3
section, as appropriate.
c. Maintains radiation exposure status.
d. Prepares contamination overlay.
e. Predicts contamination duration period.
f. Plots NBC 3 report on situation map.
g. Briefs NBC implications to hospital commander.
h. Lists restoration decontamination requirements.
i. Recommends survey requirements to medical brigade/medical group NBC
element.
j. Coordinates with supply and service division for replacement of NBC
. equipment and supplies.
k. Coordinates for replacement of decontamination team personnel and mass
casualty handling procedures with the medical brigade DCSPER/medical '­
group S1.
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I. Directs revised MOPP level, as required.
m.
Coordinates clearing of obstacles with the supporting engineer and
supporting rear operations element.

n.
Directs placement of warning signs.

o.
Updates NBC defense contingency plan.

p.
Provides current status of augmented chemical hospital employment,
protective measures, and MOPP and OEG implementation to hospital HQ
staff.

5. Operations section directs preparation for a friendly NBC strike.
a.
Disseminates STRIKWARN message to all hospital elements.

b.
Disseminates STRIKWARN message to all hospital elements.

c.
Provides current situation briefing to hospital commander.

d.
Implements NBC protective measures.

6. Operations section directs radiological and chemical surveys. (031-506-3020, 031-506-4022)
a.
Selects survey techniques IAW FM 3-4.

b.
Tasks hospital elements to provide NBC team(s).

c.
Formulates tumback dose and dose rates.

d.
Prepares overlays and strip maps to destination.

e.
Briefs survey team(s) on current situation and information requirements.

f.
Recommends courses of action by analyzing survey team(s) data to
hospital commander.

g.
Lists decontamination requirements.

7. Operations section directs radiological and chemical decontamination. (031-503-3010, 031-506-2027, 031-506-3023)
a.
Identifies degree and extent of hazards.

b.
Establishes an acceptable level of decontamination IAW the commander's

guidance.
..c. Directs MOPP gear exchange.

d.
Identifies areas and facilities for sustainment decontamination.

e.
Supervises marking of contaminated runoff areas.

f.
Updates hospital radiation exposure status for all hospital elements.

g.
Requests replenishment of NBC decon equipment and supplies from
supply and service division.

8. Operations section coordinates operational decontamination. (031-507-2006) Directs performance of PMCS before operations checks on vehicles and equipment.
b.
Identifies contaminated locations and routes to be taken.

c.
Coordinates set up assistance with site supervisor.

d.
Monitors equipment decontamination operations for compliance with TSOP.

e.
Forwards SITREP to medical brigade operations branch/medical group
S2/S3 section and supporting rear operations element.

9. Operations section coordinates detailed equipment decontamination. (031-507-2013, 031-507-2018, 031-507-2038)
a.
Coordinates decontamination operations with higher, lower, and adjacent
units.. .,

b.
Coordinates additional support from medical brigade operations
branch/medical group S2/S3 section and/or supporting rear operations
element.

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c.
Coordinates decontamination priorities with command/medical brigade operations section .

d.
Directs NBC augmentations to designated area(s).

e.
Monitors decontamination operation to ensure priority guidance is being followed.

f.
Provides decontamination status update to medical brigade operations
branch/medical group S2/S3 section and supporting rear operations
element.

TASK PERFORMANCE I 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
031-503-3010 SUPERVISE EMPLOYMENT OF NBC
MARKERS
031-506-2027 SELECT DETAILED EQUIPMENT

DECONTAMINATION SITE 031-506-3001 PLAN DECONTAMINATION OPERATIONS 031-506-3002 PLAN RADIOLOGICAL SURVEY 031-506-3003 PLAN CHEMICAL SURVEY 031-506-3004 PLAN BIOLOGICAL SAMPLING
OPERATIONS
031-506-3005 PREPARE DOWNWIND HAZARD PREDICTION AND NBC 3 (CHEMICAL OR BIOLOGICAL) REPORT
031-506-3020 SUPERVISE RADIOLOGICAL MONITORING 031-506-3023 DETERMINE RADIATION DECAY FACTORS 031-506-3043 PREPARE DETAILED FALLOUT
PREDICTIONS AND NBC 3 NUCLEAR
REPORT
031-506-3045 PREPARE EFFECTIVE DOWNWIND

MESSAGE 031-506-3052 PREPARE NBC 2 REPORT 031-506-3053 PLOT NBC 4 REPORT 031-506-3059 INSPECT UNIT NBC TRAINING PROGRAM 031-506-3062 PREPARE NBC 6 REPORT 031-506-4022 PERFORM NUCLEAR VULNERABILITY
ANALYSIS 031-507-2006 CONDUCT UNSUPPORTED OPERATIONAL DECONTAMINATION 031-507-2018 SUPERVISE THOROUGH TROOP DECONTAMINATION 031-507-2038 CONTROL CONTAMINATED WASTE
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References
STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 3-54B2-SM
STP 3-54B34-SM-TG STP 3-54B34-SM-TG STP 3-54B34-SM-TG STP 3-54B34-SM-TG
STP 3-54B34-SM-TG
STP 3-54B34-SM-TG STP 3-54B34-SM-TG STP 3-54B34-SM-TG
STP 3-54634-SM-TG
STP 3-54B34-SM-TG STP 3-54B34-SM-TG STP 3-54B34-SM-TG STP 3-54B34-SM-TG STP 3-54B34-SM-TG
STP 3-54B2-SM
STP 3-54B2-SM
STP 3-54B2-SM
DODD0A-012665
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
DODD0A-012666
ELEMENTS: OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD RADIOLOGY SERVICE HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG)
TASK: OCCUPY NEW OPERATING SITE (63-2-1009.08-705L) (FM 55-30) (AR 200-1) (AR 385-10) (FM 20-3) (FM 21-60) (FM 3-100.4) (FM 4-02.7) (FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-14) (FM 8-42) (FM 8-55) (TC 3-34.489)
. ITERATION:. 1.2 3.4.5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Main body is moving into assigned positions. Advance/quartering party leader briefs the hospital commander on the status of site preparation. Hospital commander assembles platoon and section leaders for briefing. All essential information and TSOP is available. Movement into new area can occur during daylight or darkness. While hospital is moving into position, the threat has the capability to launch a surprise attack with a small group. Hospital may be required to camouflage when directed by a hospital commander of at least brigade level or equivalent. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Hospital completes initial camouflage, and security functions within 20 minutes of arrival in new area. Hospital commander finalizes layout plan within 30 minutes of arrival at new area.
GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
1. Hospital moves vehicles into positions. (071-331-0815, 551-88M-0005)
a.
Reacts correctly to guide's prescribed visual signals.

b.
Takes actions to minimize noise.

c.
Takes actions to minimize dust and exhaust smoke.

d.
Drives vehicles into predestinated positions without stopping in exposed
areas.

e.
PositiOns vehicles facing toward roadway to allow for quick dispersion.

f.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

g.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

2. Hospital moves vehicles to positions at night. (071-331-0815, 551-88M-0005)
a.
Picks up guides at dismount point.

b.
Turns off blackout drive lights at dismount point.

c.
Reacts correctly to filtered flashlight signals of guide.

d.
Maintains noise and light discipline.

e.
Takes actions to minimize dust and exhaust smoke.

f.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

g.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

3. Vehicle operators perform initial camouflage measures when directed. (052-
191-1361, 052-191-1362, 091-CLT-4029, , 101-92Y-0006)

a.
Minimize reflections by turning mirrors toward the ground.

b.
Employ natural terrain patterns, available overhead cover, and shadows,
with vehicles backed in for quick exit.

c.
Cover windshields with available natural or artificial materials.

d.
Remove vehicle tracks by using available sweeping materials.

e.
Perform after-operations PMCS.

f.
Employ safety procedures JAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

g.
Employ environmental protection procedures JAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

4. Hospital occupies initial defensive positions (designated personnel only). (052-
191-1361, 052-191-1362, 071-326-5703, 071-331-0815)

a.
Occupies positions as directed by advarce/quartering party leader.

b.
Prepares hasty defensive positions that provide frontal protection from
direct fire and are at least half a meter (18 inches) deep.

c.
Positions individual weapons on likely avenues of approach and in locations
within the hospital assigned perimeter that provide interlocking fires.

d.
Employs hasty camouflage measures, when directed.

e.
Employs light and noise discipline along defensive line.

f.
Employs correct challenge and password techniques.

*
5. Hospital commander finalizes hospital layout plan.

a.
Adjusts layout plan as changes are required by terrain and tactical
considerations, and patient flow requirements.

b.
Records adjustment(s) on map overlay(s).

c.
Identifies camouflage requirements based on terrain features, if directed.

d.
Identifies essential tasks to be completed.

e.
Briefs leaders on final layout plan and tasks to be performed.

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2 3 4 5 TOTAL
ITERATION 1
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
052-191-1361 CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR STP 21-1-SMCT
INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT
052-191-1362 CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT STP 21-1-SMCT
071-326-5703 Construct Individual Fighting Positions STP 21-1-SMCT
071-331-0815 Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline STP 21-1-SMCT
091-CLT-4029 Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT

and Services (PMCS)
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT

.
cleanliness, and serviceability
551-88M-0005 Operate a Vehicle in a Convoy STP 21-1-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM LITTER BEARER SECTION OPERATING ROOM A HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS
TASK: SET UP HOSPITAL DEFENSE (63-2-1011.08-705L) (FM 71-2). (AR 200-1) (AR 38510)
-
(FM 100-20). (FM 20-3) (FM 21-75)
(FM 22-6). (FM 3-0) (FM 3-100.4)
(FM 3-11.21). (FM 7-10) (FM 71-3)
(FM 4-02.7). (FM 7-20) (FM 7-30)
(FM 7-8). (FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-14)
(FM 8-55). (FM 8-9) (TC 3-34.489)
(TG 244)

ITERATION:. 1.2.3 4.
5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. Hospital defense plan is
completed. All defensive positions and locations of barriers are selected. The medical brigade/medical
group and hospital TSOP are available. Time limit is set for the hospital to complete defense
preparations. This task is accomplished simultaneously with establishment of the hospital HQ. This task
may be performed under all environmental conditions. The may be subject to threat, air, ground, NBC,
or DE attacks. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. This task
should not be trained in MOPP4.

TASK STANDARDS: All preparations are completed for the defense within the time specified and IAW
the defense plan and the provisions of the Geneva Conventions, and hospital commander's guidance.

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* 1. Leaders supervise set up of hospital defensive area. (052-195-3066, 071-326-
5704, 181-105-1001, 181-105-2001, 181-105-2002, 850-001-2000, 850-001­3001)

a.
Assign all personnel to primary defensive positions as prescribed in the
defensive plan.

b.
Assign defensive areas of fire for each primary position as prescribed in the
defense plan.

c.
Assign alternate and supplementary positions for each primary position.

d.
Assign defensive areas of fire for each supplementary position.

e.
Verify defensive areas, range cards, aiming stakes, and possible dead
space before authorizing construction of positions.

f.
Supervise construction of individual defensive positions and patients
bunkers.

g.
Supervise clearing of fields of fire.

h.
Supervise construction of barriers IAW the defense plan.

i.
Supervise construction of dismount point.

j.
Assign personnel to hospital internal reaction force IAW defense plan.

k.
Inspect hospital preparations to ensure compliance with defense plan.

I.
Prepare defensive area sketch showing the location and area of fire for
each weapon, all known dead space, and the location and estimated
ranges to prominent terrain features within the element area.

m.
Forward element area sketch to CP.

n.
Post area sketch in CP.

o.
Position chemical agent alarm within hospital defense area.

p.
Direct establishment of ammunition resupply and casualty collection points
in a central location within the hospital area.

q.
Coordinate with the base cluster commander, as appropriate.

r.
Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

s.
Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

2. Element personnel construct primary defensive positions. (052-191-1361, 052-
191-1362, 071-326-5703, 850-001-2000)

a.
Identify position location and defensive areas of fire as directed by element
leader.

b.
Dig a hasty defensive position at least one-half meter (18 to 20 inches)
deep and with partially cleared fields of fire.

c.
Construct patient bunkers IAW hospital commander's layout plan.

d.
Walk defensive area to determine ranges and dead space using the buddy
system.

e.
Install defensive aiming stakes to identify area directed by element leader.

f.
Dig position to fit the natural cover available at least armpit deep using dirt
to build a parapet (front cover) at least one-half (18 to 20 inches) meter
thick.

g.
Dig two trench grenade sumps, one at each end of the two-man position,
ensuring that the floor of the position is sloped toward the sumps.

h.
Complete clearing fields of fire.

i.
Construct overhead and flank cover for fighting position as time permits.

j.
Camouflage position to prevent easy detection from 35 meters, when
directed.

k.
Report completion of individual primary positions to the element leader.

I.
Mark alternate and supplementary positions as directed by element leader.

m.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

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n. Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
3. Element personnel emplace access control barriers and early-warning devices.
(052-191-1361, 052-191-1362, 850-001-2000)
a. Emplace barriers and concertina IAW hospital defense plan and early-
warning devices.
b. Camouflage all barriers and devices, when directed.
c. Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
d. Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
e. Report completion of barrier emplacements to the element leader.
* 4. Element leaders supervise set up of element defensive area.
a. Consolidate element defense sketches, after verification of compliance, into
a defensive area sketch.
b. Forward element's defensive area sketch to hospital CP within one hour
after arrival at the new site.
c. Inspect element positions to ensure structure, camouflage, and location
comply with the hospital defense plan and TSOP.
d. Verify interlocking fires, dead space, and defensive areas of fire for weapon
positions.
e. Inspect dismount points and personnel for communications, camouflage,
and knowledge of withdrawal route.
f. Inspect dismount points to ensure compliance with hospital defense plan
and TSOP.
g. Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
h. Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
i. Report completion of element area set up to CP.
5. Hospital personnel establish dismount points. (052-191-1361, 052-191-1362)
a. Position dismount point within effective small arms.range of hospital elements. •
b. Establish communications (wire or radio) with nearest hospital element.
c. Camouflage dismount point to prevent easy detection from 35 meters,
when directed.
d. Establish withdrawal route that provides adequate cover and concealment.
* 6. Commander supervises set up of the hospital's defensive area.
a. Inspects defensive preparation to ensure compliance with the defensive
plan.. .
b. Consolidates element defensive area sketch, after verification of
compliance, into the hospital area sketch.
c. Forwards hospital defensive area sketch to the medical brigade operations
branch/medical group S21S3 section.
d. Posts defensive area sketch in the CP.
e. Directs establishment of centrally located ammunition resupply and
casualty collection point in the hospital area.
f. Directs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
g. Directs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

DODD0A-012672
TASK PERFORMANCE I EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK 5 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 References
Task Number Task Title
052-191-1361 CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR STP 21-1-SMCT
INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT
052-191-1362 CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT STP 21-1-SMCT
052-195-3066 DIRECT CONSTRUCTION OF STP 21-24-SMCT

NONEXPLOSIVE OBSTACLES
071-326-5703 Construct Individual Fighting Positions STP 21-1-SMCT
071-326-5704 Supervise Construction of a Fighting Position STP 21-24-SMCT
181-105-1001 Comply with the Law of War and the Geneva STP 21-1-SMCT

and Hague Conventions
181-105-2001 Enforce the Law of War and the Geneva and STP 21-24-SMCT
Hague Conventions
181-105-2002 Conduct Combat Operations According to the STP 21-24-SMCT
Law of War
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENT: ADMINISTRATION DIV
TASK: ESTABLISH HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS AREA (08-1-0218.08-705L)
(FM 8-10). (AR 200-1). (AR 385-10)
(FM 100-20). (FM 101-5). (FM 21-10)
(FM 3-0). (FM 3-100.4). (FM 3-11.21)

(FM 4-25.12). (FM 8-10-14). (FM 8-9)
(FM 90-5(HTF)). (TC 3-34.489). (TC 8-13)
(TG 244)

1.2.3.4.5.(Circle)
ITERATION:.
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. The advance/quartering party guides have escorted the hospital main body to their respective locations at the new field or MOUT operating site. Administrative, hospital supply, and maintenance operating areas have been identified in the commander's layout plan. This task is performed under all environmental conditions. The unit may be subject to attack by threat forces, including air, ground, NBC, or DE attack. Although the hospital area of operations is established simultaneously with unit defense, unit defense has priority. Hospital may be required to camouflage when directed by a commander of at least brigade level or equivalent. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. This task should not be
trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: All hospital HQ elements are set up IAW the hospital TSOP and hospital commander's layout plan.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Hospital adjutant and leaders supervise setup operations.

a.
Enforce OPSEC procedures.

b.
Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

c.
Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

d.
Revise layout plan as required.

e.
Direct setup of field sanitation facilities.

f.
Maintain radio contact with medical brigade/medical group within limitations
of authorized equipment.

2. Administrative division personnel set up the hospital.
a.
Position equipment as required IAW layout plan.

b.
Establish communications with hospital elements.

c.
Establish field sanitation facilities.

d.
Employ OPSEC measures.

e.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

f.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

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.
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SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS .. ReferencesTask Number Task Title
. 63-1-1040.08-705L MAINTAIN COMMUNICATIONS ARTEP 8-705-MTP
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: COMPANY HEADQUARTERS UNIT HEADQUARTERS
TASK: ESTABLISH COMPANY HEADQUARTERS AREA (63-2-0008.08-705L) (FM 8-10) (AR 200-1) (AR 385-10)
(FM 101-5) (FM 10-23) (FM 20-3)
(FM 21-10) (FM 3-100.4) (FM 4-02.7)
(FM 4-25.12) (FM 8-10-14) (FM 90-10)
(TC 3-34.489)
.
2.3.4.5 (Circle)
ITERATION:. 1.
.
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U (Circle)
CONDITIONS: Advance/quartering party guides have escorted the hospital's main body to their respective locations at the new field or MOUT operating site. Selected personnel from the main body have been assigned to hasty defensive fighting positions to reinforce area security which has already been established by the party. The hospital commander has briefed leaders on the occupation plan. The general location of the company's CP has been identified. The party has established the hospital's forward CP and has completed some preliminary preparations. Medical command/medical brigade, hospital TSOPs, and layout plans are available. Administrative, food service, hospital supply, and maintenance operating areas have been identified in the hospital commander's layout plan. This task is performed under all environmental conditions. The hospital may be subject to attack by threat forces, including air, ground, NBC, or DE attack. Although the unit area of operations is established simultaneously with hospital defense, hospital defense has priority. Company may be required to camouflage when directed by a commander of at least brigade level or equivalent. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: All company HQ elements are set up IAW the hospital TSOP and hospital
commander's layout plan.
GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
*
1. Company commander and 1SG direct setup operations. (081-831-1047, 113-
600-2001, 113-637-2001, 301-371-1050, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)

a.
Enforce OPSEC procedures.

b.
Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

c.
Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

d.
Direct setup of field sanitation facilities.

e.
Direct dispersion of hospital equipment.

f.
Direct unit defense.

g.
Direct setup of bivouac areas.

h.
Maintain radio contact with operations section.

i.
Coordinate establishment of wire communications with operations sections.

j.
Designate mortuary affairs collection point, if required.

k.
Coordinate for field food service support with nutrition care division, if
required.. .

I.
Coordinate for unit and medical supply support with supply and service
division s if required.

m.
Coordinate for maintenance support with supply and service division, if
required.

n.
Coordinate for ADPE support (including maintenance/repairs) with
operations section, if required.

o.
Revise layout plan as required.

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GO NO-GO
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
2. Company HQ sets up the company administration area. (052-191-1361, 052-
191-1362, 081-831-1047, 081-831-9000, 113-587-0068, 113-587-1065, 113-
600-2001, 113-620-0107, 113-620-1040, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)

a.
Positions equipment IAW layout plan.

b.
Establishes communications with unit elements.

c.
Establishes field sanitation facilities.

d.
Employs OPSEC measures.

e.
Establishes troop sleeping area.

f.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

g.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

3. Armorer sets up arms room area. (101-521-1156, 101-521-1201, 101-521-1202,
101-521-1203, 101-521-1204, 113-600-2001, 850-001-2000)

a.
Positions equipment IAW layout plan.

b.
Establishes communications with the hospital switchboard.

c.
Secures unissued weapons and ammunition.

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
052-191-1361 CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR STP 21-1-SMCT
INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT
052-191-1362 CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT STP 21-1-SMCT
081-831-1047 SUPERVISE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF STP 21-24-SMCT

PREVENTIVE MEDICINE POLICIES
081-831-9000 IMPLEMENT PREVENTIVE MEDICINE STP 21-24-SMCT
MEASURES (PMM)
101-521-1156 STORE SELECTED SUPPLIES AND STP 10-92Y1-SM
EQUIPMENT IN UNIT STORAGE AREAS
101-521-1201 CONTROL WEAPONS AND AMMUNITION STP 10-92Y1-SM
IN THE ARMS ROOM
101-521-1202 MAINTAIN KEY CONTROL REGISTER FOR STP 10-92Y1-SM

WEAPONS STORAGE AREA
101-521-1203 ISSUE AND RECEIVE UNIT WEAPONS STP 10-92Y1-SM
101-521-1204 PERFORM ORGANIZATIONAL STP 10-92Y1-SM

MAINTENANCE ON SMALL ARMS
113-587-0068 Troubleshoot Secure AN/GRC-160 Radio STP 11-31U14-SM-TG
Sets With or Without the ANNIC-1
113-587-1065 Install Secure AN/GRC-160 Radio Sets With STP 11-31U14-SM-TG

or Without the ANNIC-1
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-620-0107 Troubleshoot Improved High Frequency Radio STP 11-31U14-SM-TG

(IHFR) Set AN/GRC-213 or a Similar System
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS References
Task Number Task Title.
113-620-1040 Install Improved High Frequency Radio.STP 11-31U14-SM-TG (IHFR) Set AN/GRC-213 or a Similar System 113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a.STP 21-1-SMCT Secure Net 301-371-1050 IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY.STP 21-1-SMCT (OPSEC) MEASURES 850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and.STP 21-24-SMCT Risk Mgt Process 850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard. STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: MED TM, PATHOLOGY 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE HEAD & NECK SURG TEAM MED TM, NEUROSURGERY MED TM, EYE SURGERY 3 INTENSIVE. CARE WARD OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD RADIOLOGY SERVICE 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS OPERATING ROOM C SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) MED TM, RENAL DIALYSIS MED TM, INFECT DIS
TASK: ESTABLISH HOSPITAL OPERATIONAL AREAS (08-2-0220.08-705L) (FM 8-10-14) (AR 200-1) (AR 385-10) (ARTEP 8-705-10-DRILL) (FM 100-20) (FM 21-10)
(FM 24-1) (FM 24-18) (FM 24-19)
(FM 24-33) (FM 24-35) (FM 24-35-1)
(FM 3-0) (FM 3-100.4) (FM 3-11.21)

(FM 4-02.7) (FM 4-25.12) (FM 71-3)
(FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-6) (FM 8-505)
(FM 8-74) (FM 8-9) (JP 4-06)
(TC 3-34.489) (TC 8-13) (TG 244)
(TM 10-7360-206-13) (TM 10-7360-211-13&P) (TM 10-8340-211-13)

.. ITERATION:. 1.2 3.4.5 (Circle)
...
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: P U (Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. The advance/quartering party guides have escorted the hospital main body to their respective locations at the new field or MOUT operating site. The operating areas for hospital treatment and support elements have been identified in the hospital commander's layout plan. Some adjustments to the layout plan may be necessary. Selected personnel from the main body have been assigned to hasty defensive positions to reinforce area security which has already been established by the advance/quartering party. The selected areas designated for helipad and ambulance turn around points are set up first..The hospital TSOP, medical brigade/medical
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group OPORD, and hospital commander's layout plan are available. The hospital HQ, company HQ, operational areas, and defense are established simultaneously, with defense having priority. Priorities for establishment of the various sections is established IAW TSOP and hospital commander guidance. Hospitalization support and services are provided at previous locations during setup. Hospital may be required to camouflage when directed by a commander of at least brigade level or higher. This task may be performed under all environmental conditions, day or night. Hospital should not set up in a contaminated area. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
All hospital treatment and support elements are setup IAW the hospital TSOP and the hospital commander's layout plan, in time to meet operational requirements set in medical brigade/medical group OPORD.
TASK STANDARDS:
GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
1. Hospital commander and leaders finalize the internal layout plan. (850-001­2000, 850-001-4001)

a.
Develop a vehicle traffic pattern which facilitates the movement of
equipment and patients.

b.
Adjust the location of operational areas or positions of equipment to
improve workflow and security.

c.
Coordinate with medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3
section for augmentation of nonmedical personnel to conduct
decontamination procedures.

d.
Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10, CSOP, and TSOP.

e.
Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

2. Emergency medical service personnel establish TRIAGE/EMT/PREOP treatment
areas.

a.
Erect tents in areas marked by advance/quartering party IAW TC 8-13 and
manufacturer's instructions. (08-4-D0020, 08-4-D0021, 08-4-D0024)
(ARTEP 8-705-10-DRILL)

b.
Install electric light and emergency power system in tent IAW TC 8-13 and
manufacturer's instructions.

c.
Set up patient care and work areas to provide maximum efficient work flow
for the type of operation performed.

d.
Set up medical equipment.

e.
Check all equipment for serviceability IAW applicable TM(s) and
manufacturer's instructions.

f.
Provide maximum drainage to maintain dry floors.

g.
Provide space for initial examination, triage, diagnosis, PREOP care and
maintenance of life-sustaining treatment.

h.
Set up helicopter LZ IAW FM 8-10-6.

i.
Mark ambulance/vehicle turn-around point IAW the TSOP.

j.
Install communications IAW TSOP.

k.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

I.
Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

m.
Report to deputy commander for professional service when area is
operational.

3. Emergency medical service personnel establish NBC treatment/decontamination
area. (031-503-1015, 081-833-0093)

a.
Position equipment IAW hospital TSOP.

b.
Establish dirty helicopter landing area IAW FM 8-10-6.

c.
Mark ambulance/vehicle turn-around point IAW the TSOP.

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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
d. Mark hot line.
e. Post warning markers.
f. Designate personnel for specific functions to perform during the
decontamination and/or treatment process.
g. Designate collection point for contaminated waste:
h. Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10, CSOP, and TSOP.
i. Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
j. Notify hospital HQ when area is operational.
4. OR personnel establish operating room suites. (081-837-0028, 081-837-0029,
081-837-0030, 081-837-0031, 081-837-0032, 081-837-0033, 081-837-0034,
081-837-0035, 081-837-0036, 081-837-0037)
a. Erect tents and shelters IAW TC 8-13 and manufacturer's instructions. (08­
4-D0020, 08-4-D0021, 08-4-D0024) (ARTEP 8-705-10-DRILL)
b. Install electrical power distribution IAW TC 8-13 and manufacturer's
instructions.
c. Install communications IAW TSOP.
d. Set up section and surgical accessory equipment IAW CSOP, TM(s), and
manufacturer's instructions.
e. Inspect section and surgical accessory equipment for proper function.
f. Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10, CSOP, and TSOP.
g. Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1, CSOP, and
TSOP.
h. Notify chief surgical service when area is operational.
5. CMS personnel establish the CMS. (081-825-0001, 081-825-0002, 081-825-
0003, 081-825-0004, 081-825-0005, 081-825-0006, 081-825-0007, 081-825-
0008; 081-825-0009, 081-825-0010)
a. Erect tents and shelters IAW TC 8-13 and manufacturer's instructions. (08­
4-D0020, 08-4-D0021, 08-4-D0024) (ARTEP 8-705-10-DRILL)
b. Install electrical power distribution IAW TC 8-13 and manufacturer's
instructions.
c. Install communications IAW TSOP.
d. Position equipment IAW TSOP.
e. Inspect sterilizer for proper operations IAW TC 8-13, manufacturer's
instructions, and TSOP.
f. Perform PMCS on sterilizer and other equipment.
g. Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10, CSOP, and TSOP.
h. Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1, CSOP, and
TSOP.
i. Report to chief surgical service when area is operational.
6. Augmentation teams (Head and Neck Surgery, Neurosurgery, Eye Surgery,
Pathology, Dialysis, and Infectious Disease Teams) establish AO.
a. Erect tents IAW TC 8-13 and manufacturer's instructions.
b. Install electrical power distribution IAW TC 8-13 and manufacturer's
instructions.
c. Install communications IAW TSOP.
d. Set up section and surgical accessory equipment IAW CSOP, TM(s), and
manufacturer's instructions (surgical augmentation teams only).
e. Position equipment IAW layout plan.
f. Check equipment for operability and safe function.
g. . Position x-ray equipment to minimize radiation hazard IAW CSOP, TC 8-13,
applicable TM(s), and manufacturer's instructions.
h. Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10, CSOP, and TSOP.
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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
i.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1, CSOP, and TSOP.

j.
Report to chief surgical service when area is operational.

7. Ancillary service (pharmacy, laboratory, radiology, and PT/OT services; ortho
cast clinic and blood bank) personnel establish AO. (081-823-0150, 081-823-
0151, 081-823-0152, 081-823-0153, 081-823-0154, 081-823-0155, 081-823-
0156, 081-823-0157)

a.
Erect tents IAW TC 8-13 and manufacturer's instructions. (08-4-D0020, 08­4-D0021, 08-4-D0024) (ARTEP 8-705-10-DRILL)

b.
Install electrical power distribution IAW TC 8-13 and manufacturer's instructions.

c.
Install communications IAW TSOP.

d.
Position equipment IAW layout plan.

e.
Check equipment for operability and safe function.

f.
Position x-ray equipment to minimize radiation hazard IAW CSOP, TC 8-13, applicable TM(s), and manufacturer's instructions.

g.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10, CSOP, and TSOP.

h.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1, CSOP, and TSOP.

i.
Report to chief surgical service when area is operational.

8. Ward personnel establish ICU, ICW, MCW, patient support section, inpatient
medical A, and NP ward and consultation service.

a.
Erect tents IAW TC 8-13 and manufacturer's instructions. (08-4-D0020, 08­4-D0021, 08-4-D0024) (ARTEP 8-705-10-DRILL)

b.
Install electrical power distribution IAW TC 8-13 and manufacturer's instructions.

c.
Install communications IAW TSOP.

d.
Inspect equipment for operability and safe function.

e.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10, CSOP, and TSOP.

f.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1, CSOP, and TSOP.. .

g.
Report to chief nursing service when area is operational.

9. Dental service personnel establish AO.
a.
Erect tents IAW TC 8-13 and manufacturer's instructions. (08-4-D0020, 08­4-D0021, 08-4-D0024) (ARTEP 8-705-10-DRILL)

b.
Install electrical power distribution IAW TC 8-13 and manufacturer's instructions.

c.
Install communications JAW TSOP.

d.
Position radiology equipment to minimize radiation hazard IAW CSOP, TM(s), and manufacturer's instructions.

e.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10, CSOP, and TSOP.

f.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1, CSOP, and TSOP.

g.
Inspect equipment for operability and safe function.

h.
Report to deputy commander for professional service when area is
,.operational.

10. Power generation personnel establish power-generating equipment. (091-52D-1111, 091-52D-1181, 091-52D-1182, 091-52D-1183, 091-52D-1184, 091-520-1185, 091-52D-1186, 091-52D-1188, 091-52D-1189)
a.
Position generator and equipment IAW TC 8-13.

b.
Connect main generator cable.

c.
Ground generator and equipment.

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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
d.
Inspect operational capability of equipment.

e.
Notify all hospital elements prior to operational test of power.

f.
Perform PMCS on generators and accessory equipment.

g.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

i.
Report to supply and service division when area is operational.

11. Supply and service division personnel establish operational area. (081-872-0050, 081-872-0051, 091-CLT-3003, 091-CLT-4029, 101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 301-371-1050, 850-001-2000, 850-001-4001)
a.
Erect tents IAW TC 8-13 and manufacturer's instructions. (08-4-D0020, 08­4-D0021, 08-4-00024) (ARTEP 8-705-10-DRILL)

b.
Arrange facilities within the maintenance areas to ensure efficient repair and services of all equipment.

c.
Set up Class VIII supply, POL, and potable water supply areas.

d.
Set up waste water systems.

e.
Install electrical power distribution IAW TC 8-13 and manufacturer's instructions.

f.
Install communications IAW TSOP.

g.
Provide continuous logistical support.

h.
Inspect equipment for operability and safe function.

i.
Set up maintenance areas.

j.
Perform PMCS on vehicles and equipment.

k.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

I.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

m.
Report to hospital XO when area is operational.

12. PAD personnel establish AO.
a.
Install electrical power distribution IAW TC 8-13 and manufacturer's instructions.

b.
Install communications IAW TSOP.

c.
Set up equipment IAW TSOP.

d.
Check equipment for operability and safe function.

e.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

f.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

g.
Report to hospital XO when area is operational.

13. Nutrition care division personnel establish AMFFS facility. (081-878-0072, 081-878-0074, 081-878-0078, 081-878-0080, 081-878-0084, 081-878-0088, 081-878-0089, 101-524-1301, 101-524-1501, 101-524-1502)
a.
Erect tents IAW TC 8-13 and manufacturer's instructions. (08-4-D0020, 08­4-D0021, 08-4-D0024) (ARTEP 8-705-10-DRILL)

b.
Position equipment IAW layout plan.

c.
Set up KFM IAW TC 8-13 and FM 8-505.

d.
Set up FSC IAW TC 8-13 and TM 10-7360-211-13&P.

e.
Install electrical power distribution IAW TC 8-13 and manufacturers instructions.

f.
Install communications IAW TSOP.

g.
Perform PMCS on all equipment.

h.
Prepare a waste disposal area IAW FM 8-505 and TSOP.

i.
Set up hand washing facilities IAW FM 8-505 and TSOP.

j.
Set up fuel storage area, refueling area, and M2 burner lighting area IAW FM 8-505 and TSOP.

k.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

I.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
m. Report to hospital XO when area is operational.
14. Hospital ministry team establishes AO. (091-CLT-4029, 101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 805D-211-1304, 805D-211-1305, 850-001-2000)
a.
Erects tent IAW TM(s) and manufacturer's instructions.

b.
Positions equipment IAW hospital TSOP.

c.
Installs communications IAW TSOP.

d.
Checks equipment for operability and safe function.

e.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

f.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

g.
Reports to chief administrative service when area is operational.

ARTEP 8-705-MTP
GO NO-GO
TASK PERFORMANCE I 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 PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR
081-823-0150 PREPARE THE FIELD X-RAY TABLE FOR OPERATION 081-823-0151 PREPARE THE 50/100 mA 90 kVp FIELD X-RAY APPARATUS FOR OPERATION 081-823-0152 PREPARE THE GX-111 PORTABLE RADIOGRAPHIC UNIT FOR OPERATION 081-823-0153 PREPARE THE MECHANICAL POLAROID FILM PROCESSOR FOR OPERATION 081-823-0154 PREPARE THE DARKROOM TENT FOR OPERATION 081-823-0155 PREPARE THE MANUAL PROCESSOR FOR OPERATION 081-823-0156 CALIBRATE THE 50/100 mA 90 kVp FIELD
X-RAY APPARATUS
081-823-0157 LOAD THE POLAROID CASSETTE
081-825-0001 PROCESS ITEMS FOR STERILIZATION
081-825-0002 PREPARE INSTRUMENT SETS
081-825-0003 PREPARE RUBBER GOODS FOR

STERILIZATION
081-825-0004 PREPARE GLASSWARE AND NEEDLES

FOR STERILIZATION
081-825-0005 PREPARE LINENS FOR STERILIZATION
081-825-0006 PREPARE SURGICAL SPONGES FOR

STERILIZATION
081-825-0007 OPERATE A STEAM STERILIZER

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References
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 8-91P15-SM-TG STP 8-91P15-SM-TG STP 8-91P15-SM-TG STP 8-91P15-SM-TG STP 8-91P15-SM-TG STP 8-91P15-SM-TG STP 8-91P15-SM-TG STP 8-91P15-SM-TG STP 8-91D14-SM-TG STP 8-91D14-SM-TG STP 8-91D14-SM-TG
STP 8-91D14-SM-TG
STP 8-91D14-SM-TG STP 8-91D14-SM-TG STP 8-91D14-SM-TG
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title
081-825-0008 STERILIZE ITEMS USING A HIGH
PRESSURE (FLASH) STERILIZER
081-825-0009 STERILIZE ITEMS USING THE ETHYLENE
OXIDE STERILIZER
081-825-0010 PERFORM CHEMICAL DISINFECTION OR
STERILIZATION
081-833-0093 SET UP A CASUALTY DECONTAMINATION
STATION
081-837-0028 PREPARE THE SUCTION MACHINE FOR
USE
081-837-0029 PREPARE THE SUCTION MACHINE FOR
MOVEMENT
081-837-0030 PREPARE THE SCRUB SINK FOR USE
081-837-0031 PREPARE THE SCRUB SINK FOR
MOVEMENT
081-837-0032 PREPARE THE O.R. LIGHT FOR USE
081-837-0033 PREPARE THE O.R. LIGHT FOR
MOVEMENT
081-837-0034 PREPARE THE O.R. TABLE FOR USE
081-837-0035 PREPARE THE O.R. TABLE FOR
MOVEMENT
081-837-0036 PREPARE THE STEAM STERILIZER FOR
USE
081-837-0037 PREPARE THE STEAM STERILIZER FOR
MOVEMENT
081-872-0050 SET UP THE ARMY TACTICAL COMMAND
CONTROL SYSTEM (ATCCS)
081-872-0051 INITIATE THEATER ARMY MEDICAL
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
(TAMMIS) SOFTWARE
081-878-0072 PERFORM OPERATOR MAINTENANCE ON
FIELD KITCHEN MODULAR STEAM TABLE
SERVING LINES
081-878-0074 PERFORM OPERATOR MAINTENANCE ON
FIELD KITCHEN MODULAR GRIDDLES
081-878-0078 PERFORM OPERATOR MAINTENANCE ON
FIELD KITCHEN GRINDERS
081-878-0080 PERFORM OPERATOR MAINTENANCE ON
FIELD KITCHEN BLENDERS
081-878-0084 DIRECT PERSONNEL IN THE FOOD
SANITATION CENTER
081-878-0088 SUPERVISE PERSONNEL IN THE
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE OF
MEDICAL FIELD FEEDING EQUIPMENT
081-878-0089 ESTABLISH THE LAYOUT OF MEDICAL
FIELD FEEDING EQUIPMENT
091-52D-1111 Perform Preventive Maintenance Checks and
Services on a Generator Set
091-52D-1181 Correct Malfunction of Main AC Generator
Assembly on a Generator Set
091-52D-1182 Correct Malfunction of Electrical Governor
System on a Generator Set

References
STP 8-91D14-SM-TG
STP 8-91D14-SM-TG
STP 8-91D14-SM-TG
STP 8-91W15-SM-TG
STP 8-91D14-SM-TG
STP 8-91D14-SM-TG
STP 8-91D14-SM-TG

STP 8-91D14-SM-TG
STP 8-91D14-SM-TG STP 8-91D14-SM-TG STP 8-91D14-SM-TG
STP 8-91D14-SM-TG STP 8-91D14-SM-TG STP 8-91D14-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 8-91M1-SM
STP 8-91M1-SM STP 8-91M1-SM STP 8-91M1-SM STP 8-91M25-SM-TG STP 8-91M25-SM-TG
STP 8-91M25-SM-TG STP 9-52D13-SM-TG STP 9-52D13-SM-TG
STP 9-52D13-SM-TG
Task Number
091-52D-1183 091-52D-1184
091-52D-1185 091-52D-1186 091-52D-1188 091-52D-1189 091-CLT-3003
091-CLT-4029 101-524-1301 101-524-1501 101-524-1502 101-92Y-0006 113-600-2001
113-637-2001 301-371-1050 805D-211-1304 805D-211-1305
850-001-2000 850-001-4001
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Title
Correct Malfunction of Battery Charging System on the Engine of a Generator Set Correct Malfunction of Components of the Lubrication System on a Diesel Engine of a Generator Set Correct Malfunction of the Fuel System on a Diesel Engine of a Generator Set Correct Malfunction of the Starting System on a Diesel Engine of a Generator Set Perform Procedures to determine Generator Selection to Meet a Particular Power Demand Perform Paralleling Procedures on Generator Sets Establish Maintenance Facilities Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) PERFORM OPERATOR MAINTENANCE ON THE M2 BURNER UNIT OPERATE AND MAINTAIN THE M59 RANGE OUTFIT OPERATE AND MAINTAIN THE IMMERSION HEATER Inspect equipment for accountability, cleanliness, and serviceability Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a Secure Net IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) MEASURES Relocate the UMT in a Field or Combat Environment Report UMT Status Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process Integrate Risk Management Into Platoon
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ARTEP 8-705-MTP
References
STP 9-52D13-SM-TG STP 9-52D13-SM-TG
STP 9-52D13-SM-TG STP 9-52D13-SM-TG STP 9-52D13-SM-TG STP 9-52D13-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
STP 21-24-SMCT STP 8-91M1-SM STP 8-91M1-SM STP 8-91M1-SM STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT STP 16-56M10-SM STP 16-56M10-SM
STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT
ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS LABORATORY SERVICE • BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: EMPLOY PHYSICAL SECURITY MEASURES (63-2-R306.08-705L)
(FM 3-19.30) . (AR 190-13). (AR 600-8-1)
(FM 19-4) . (FM 21-10). (FM 21-11)
(FM•21-60) . (FM 22-6). (FM 24-35)

.
(FM 24-35-1) (FM 3-19.1). (FM 3-3)
(FM 3-4) . (FM 3-5). (FM 3-7)

.
(FM 4-02.7) (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)
(FM 8-10-6)

ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Hospitalization support and services operations are occurring. Guard posts are
established at strategic locations along the hospital assigned area. Guards report that one to three
individuals have been sighted attempting to infiltrate the area. The intrusion may cause casualties and
damage to hospital equipment. The medical brigade/medical group TSOP and OPORD are available.
This task may be performed under all environmental conditions, day or night. SCPE is on hand and/or
field-expedient and natural shelters are available. The hospital commander has elected to locate outside
the shelter and has appointed a liaison officer to coordinate C2 functions between him and the staff.

NOTE: At MOPP4, only those tasks deemed mission essential by the hospital commander are
performed. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.

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TASK STANDARDS: Hospital elements are not surprised by threat intrusion and the attack is repelled using techniques and procedures outlined in the medical brigade/medical group OPORD, hospital TSOP, and IAW provisions of the Geneva Conventions.
GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
*
1. Operations section prepares physical security plan.

a.
Develops procedures for dismount point to control entry of vehicles into the
hospital area.

b.
Develops procedures for selecting and manning CP defensive positions.

c.
Develops procedures for reporting threat intrusions or sightings.

d.
Integrates adjacent unit plans into the hospital physical security plan.

e.
Verifies that defensive plans comply with the provisions of the Geneva
Conventions.

f.
Forwards physical security plan to hospital commander for approval.

2. Operations section supervises guard force. (113-600 72001, 113-637-2001)
a.
Tasks hospital elements to man guard posts in the CP area.

b.
Establishes communication network that permits access to all guard posts.

3. Hospital personnel perform guard duty functions. (071-331-1004)
a.
Man position or guard posts as designated by leader or special orders.

b.
Observe assigned defensive area.

c.
Employ challenge and password procedures as prescribed in the TSOP
and SOI/SSI.

d.
Report all suspicious activities to the guard commander or as prescribed in
special orders.

*
4. Hospital commander and leaders direct response(s) against saboteurs or
terrorists. (071-430-0002, 071-430-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)

a.
Forward incident report to the medical brigade operation branch/medical
group S2/S3 section.


.b. Direct perimeter manning level increa'es as prescribed by the TSOP.

c.
Maintain a current operations status of the situation.

d.
Forward incident report to the medical brigade operation branch/medical
group S2/S3 section.

e.
Direct shifting of internal reaction force from assembly areas to threat
contact area(s).

f.
Sound "All Clear" signal as soon as attack is over.

g.
Direct decrease in manning levels consistent with the tactical situation.

5. Hospital personnel respond to saboteur or terrorist intrusions. (071-004-0006,
071-430-0002, 071-430-0006, 081-831-1046, 081-831-1054, 101-515-1998,
101-515-1999, 181-105-1001, 805C-PAD-2060)

a.
Occupy predestinated defensive positions (designated personnel only).

b.
Report to hospital CP (personnel selected for internal reaction force).

c.
Investigate assigned defensive area for threat activities.

d.
Return fire at target, in defensive area, as prescribed by rules of
engagement and the provigions of the Geneva Conventions.

e.
Treat casualties. (08-2-0314.08-705L)
NOTE: See task 08-2-0314.08-705L for detailed treatment and evacuation
procedures.

f.
Conduct battlefield stress reduction and prevention procedures. (08-2-

R303.08-705L)
NOTE: See task 08-2-R303.08-705L for detailed procedures.

(
DODD0A-012688
GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
g.
Report casualties to CP, as required.

h.
Evacuate casualties.

i.
Perform mortuary affairs functions. (10-2-C318.08-705L) NOTE: See task 10-2-C318.08-705L for detailed mortuary affairs operations.

*
6. Hospital commander supervises post-attack activities. .

a.
Forwards casualty and damage report(s) submitted by unit elements to
medical brigade PAS, SPO, and logistics sections/medical group S1,
S2/S3, and S4 sections.

b.
Coordinates CHS requirements caused by destruction of supplies,
equipment, or personnel with medical brigade operation branch/medical
group S2/S3 section.

c.
Directs supply and service division to coordinate replenishment of
destroyed equipment and supplies with medical brigade logistics
section/medical group S4 section.

d.
Directs supply and service to request replenishment of destroyed medical
equipment and supplies from LOG SPT Co, MED BN (LOG).

e.
Directs hospital elements to continue their assigned missions.

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
071-004-0006 Engage Targets with an M9 Pistol STP 21-1-SMCT
071-331-1004 Perform Duty as a Guard STP 21-1-SMCT
071-430-0002 Conduct a Defense by a Squad STP 21-24-SMCT
071-430-0006 Conduct a Defense by a Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT
081-831-1046 TRANSPORT A CASUALTY STP 21-1-SMCT
081-831-1054 EVACUATE CASUALTIES STP 21-24-SMCT
101-515-1998 Evacuate Isolated Remains STP 21-1-SMCT
101-515-1999 Recover Isolated Remains STP 21-1-SMCT
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
181-105-1001 Comply with the Law of War and the Geneva STP 21-1-SMCT
and Hague Conventions

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
08-2-0314.08-705L TREAT HOSPITAL CASUALTIES ARTEP 8-705-MTP
08-2-R303.08-705L CONDUCT BATTLEFIELD STRESS ARTEP 8-705-MTP
REDUCTION AND PREVENTION
PROCEDURES

DODD0A-012689
ARTEP 8-705-MTP
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS .
ReferencesTask Number. Task Title
.
10-2-C318.08-705L PERFORM MORTUARY AFFAIRS

ARTEP 8-705-MTP OPERATIONS
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: CONDUCT TERRORIST AND SABOTEUR ATTACKS (08-OPFOR-1013)
CONDITION: OPFOR dispatches small teams into enemy rear area to disrupt CSS operations.
STANDARD: Locate rear support bases and C2 facilities. Delay and disrupt CSS operations through

probes. Infiltrate CSS bases to conduct sabotage and terrorist activities. Inflict casualties. Destroy supplies and equipment.
ELEMENT: SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV
TASK: SET UP LAUNDRY SERVICE AND BATH AREA (08-1-0259.08-705L) (FM 8-10-14) (AR 200-1). (AR 385-10) (FM 100-10) (FM 100-20). (FM 10-16)
(FM 10-52) (FM 10-52-1). (FM 20-3)
(FM 3-0) (FM 3-100.4). (FM 3-11.21)
(FM 42-414) (FM 63-3). (FM 8-10)

(FM 8-9) (TC 3-34.489). (TG 244)
.

2.4.(Circle)
ITERATION:. 1.3.5 . COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U (Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. Laundry and bath element has occupied initial position in hospital's AO. Site may be a field site or MOUT environment. Selected area has access to MSR and ample parking. TSOP is available. Defense measures are continually employed. The enemy is capable of conducting ground or air warfare. Laundry and bath element does not occupy a contaminated area. This task may be performed under all environmental conditions, day or night. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Laundry and bath is set up IAW layout plan.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Shower NCO and team chiefs supervise set up of laundry service and bath AO.
(091-CLT-4029, 850-001-2000, 850-001-4001)

a.
Revise layout plan, if required, based on current situation.

b.
Designate location of team elements based on revised layout plan.

c.
Coordinate updated, layout plan with hospital commander.

d.
Inspect set up IAW layout plan.

e.
Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

f.
Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

g.
Monitor PMCS.

h.
Report operational condition of equipment to supply and service division.

i.
Report to chief of supply and service division when area is operational.

2. Laundry and bath personnel set up laundry and bath AO.
a.
Occupy positions required for local area security IAW TSOP.

b.
Set up required shelters IAW FM 42-414.

c.
Set up laundry equipment IAW FM 42-414.

d.
Set up portable bath unit.

e.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

f.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

g.
Perform PMCS.

h.
Establish communications with hospital elements.

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.
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SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
091-CLT-4029 Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS)
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-4001 Integrate Risk Management Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
DODD0A-012692
ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM DENTAL SERVICE 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG).• 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: PREPARE FOR OPERATIONS UNDER NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, AND CHEMICAL CONDITIONS (03-3-C201.08-705L) (FM 3-3). (AR 200-1). (AR 350-41) (AR 385-10). (FM 100-20). (FM 21-10) (FM 3-0). (FM 3-100.4). (FM 3-11.21)
(FM 3-4). (FM 3-5). (FM 3-7)
(FM 4-02.4). (FM 4-02.7). (FM 4-25.12)
(FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14). (FM 8-9)
(TC 3-34.489). (TG 244)

ITERATION:. 1.2 3.
4.5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. A constant NBC threat exists. The CP, bivouac, administrative, operational areas, and perimeter defenses are set up. The medical brigade/medical group HQ TSOP and OPORD are available. Unit and individual NBC defense equipment are available. The hospital commander has provided his guidance. Threat has the capability to deliver chemical and biological agents and nuclear weapons. NBC vulnerability analysis is performed by the hospital NBC NCO and distributed to the unit. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available.
NOTE: Preparatory NBC activities would normally be done prior to unit's entry into MOPP4. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: All NBC defense preparatory tasks are completed IAW the TSOP and OPORD and within the time set forth by medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Hospital commander and leaders plan hospital NBC defense preparatory activities. (031-506-3001, 031-506-3059)

a.
Identify stated policies and procedures by reviewing the TSOP and
OPORD.

b.
Identify current NBC threat and recommended countermeasures in
coordination with the medical brigade operations branch/medical group
S2/S3 section and hospital NBC NCO.

c.
Identify location(s) of natural shelters consistent with NBC threat.

d.
Identify location(s) for construction of protective shelters, if required or
available.

e.
Identify location(s) for placement of automatic alarm systems.

f.
Plan for management and assistance of patients.

g.
Provide instructions on improvement of individual defensive positions.

h.
Request additional chemical patient decontamination MES from LOG SPT

Co, MED BN
(LOG) , if required.

i.
Identify the availability of personnel to perform tasks.

j.
Designate MOPP level as prescribed by medical brigade/medical group
commander.

k.
Establish decontamination priorities for operational sites in coordination
with the medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section
and hospital NBC NCO.

I.
List tasks to be performed and time limits for each task.

m.
Disseminate NBC defense preparation plan to all hospital elements.

n.
Task each hospital elements to provide NBC equipment operators.

o.
Conduct MOPP analysis.

p.
Provide guidance for the protection of food, water, and mission essential
supplies.

q.
Provide guidance for the protection of patients.

r.
Plan for management and assistance of patients, if required.

*
2. DIV/SVC/SEC/TM leaders implement NBC defense plan and preparatory tasks. (031-503-3008, 031-503-4002, 031-506-1053, 031-506-2061, 031-506-20610)

a.
Conduct inventory of all elements NBC defense equipment.

b.
Request issue of inventory shortages from the supply and service division.

c.
Direct placement of automatic alarm system(s) located in elements area.

d.
Direct improvement of individual defensive positions with consideration for
blast, thermal, nuclear radiation, electromagnetic pulse, transient radiation
effects on electronics, and blackout.

e.
Supervise construction of man-made protective shelters located in assigned
area.

f.
Assign personnel (including patients) to a protective shelter.

g.
Forward roster of all element NBC defense equipment operators to the
TOC.

h.
Provide instructions on audio and visual NBC alarms, MOPP level, and
protective shelters.

i.
Provide instructions on preparing patients for an NBC environment.

j.
Inspect all NBC defense equipment for fitting, serviceability, and
accountability.

k.
Enforce field sanitation and personal hygiene measures.

I.
Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

m.
Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

n.
Inspect all personnel for compliance with measures prescribed by TSOP,
OPORD, and the commander's directives.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
o.
Provide for protection of patients, when required.

p.
Forward element completion report to hospital HQ

3. Hospital personnel perform NBC defense preparatory tasks. (031-503-1015,
031-503-1023, 031-503-1035, 031-503-1036)

a. Construct protective shelters (e.g., man-made and/or CPS) at locations
designated by element leaders. NOTE: CPS equipment may be used for patients, if available.
c.
Erect SCPE at locations designated by element leaders.

d.
Improve defensive positions with consideration for blast, thermal, and
radiation effects...

e.
Perform PMCS on all chemical defense equipment, to include survey,
monitoring, and chemical detector equipment.

f.
Zero all dosimeters using appropriate charger.

g.
Inspect protective masks and clothing for serviceability and accountability.

h.
Identify assigned protective shelters or defensive positions in case of an
attack.

i.
Carry protective mask with hood, skin decontamination kit, and detector
paper (as permitted by designated MOPP level).

j.
Store overgarments, overboots, and gloves within reach while at work
station (as permitted by designated MOPP level).

k.
Store patients' protective masks, over garments, overboots, gloves, and
patient protective wraps within reach while in treatment area IAW CSOP
(when available).

I.
Employ field sanitation and personal hygiene measures IAW 21-10.

m.
Employ measures for protection of patient.

n.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

o.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

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
031-503-1015 PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC STP 21-1-SMCT
INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH MISSION-
ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE
(MOPP) GEAR

031-503-1023 PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC STP 21-24-SMCT
INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN
CHANGING MOPP GEAR

031-503-1035 PROTECT YOURSELF FROM STP 21-1-SMCT
CHEMICAUBIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION
USING YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE
MASK

DODD0A-012695
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS

Task Number Task Title References
031-503-1036 MAINTAIN YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE STP 21-1-SMCT
MASK
031-503-3008 IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED STP 21-24-SMCT
PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP)
031-503-4002 SUPERVISE UNIT PREPARATION FOR AN STP 21-24-SMCT
NBC ATTACK
031-506-1053 REPORT NBC INFORMATION USING NBC 4 STP 21-24-SMCT
REPORT
031-506-2061 CONDUCT A MASK FIT TEST STP 21-24-SMCT
031-506-3001 PLAN DECONTAMINATION OPERATIONS STP 3-54B34-SM-TG
031-506-3059 INSPECT UNIT NBC TRAINING PROGRAM STP 3-54B34-SM-TG

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT OPERATING ROOM C HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS OPERATING ROOM D ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD RADIOLOGY SERVICE HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG)
TASK: USE PASSIVE AIR DEFENSE MEASURES (44-3-C220.08-705L)
(FM 44-8). (FM 20-3). (FM 3-3)
(FM 3-4). (FM 3-5). (FM 4-02.7)
(FM 44-80). (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)

ITERATION:. 1.2 3.
4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Threat aircraft sighting is reported in the general area. The hospital is currently providing
patient support. A commander of brigade level or equivalent has directed camouflage. SCPE is on hand
and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. Some iterations of this task should be
performed in MOPP4.

TASK STANDARDS: All available resources are employed to hide the hospital from detection by air, and
lessen its vulnerability if attacked. At MOPP4, air watch activities are significantly degraded due to eye­lens distortions.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Hospital employs camouflage and concealment techniques. (052-191-1361,
052-191-1362)

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DOEM0A-012697
GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
a.
Covers all shiny items with emphasis on windshields, mirrors, and tail lights.

b.
Camouflages vehicles, tents, and supplies so they are not seen from
above.

c.
Disperses vehicles, tents, and supplies at distances consistent with the size
of the area to reduce vulnerability to air attacks.

d.
Constructs field fortifications with available materials to protect personnel,
patients, and mission-essential equipment.

e.
Establishes attack alarm procedures.

f.
Rehearses alarm procedures.

*
2. Hospital commander and leaders supervise air watch activities. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 301-371-1000, 441-091-3000)

a.
Direct manning of dismount point that provide an early warning of
approaching aircraft.

b.
Establish a listening watch on the air defense early warning radio net, if
equipment is available.

c.
Depict on the map board current threat aircraft sightings in the immediate
area.

d.
Forward all aircraft sightings and direction of flight to medical brigade
operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

3. Hospital personnel react to aircraft sightings. (071-331-0804, 301-371-1000)
a.
Sound prescribed alarm to alert all hospital personnel of the presence of
threat aircraft.

b.
Occupy predesignated defensive positions and field fortifications.

c.
Move patients to fortified areas.

d.
Maintain constant surveillance of assigned search area.
'.e. Identify threat aircraft visually.

f.
Remain concealed and hold fire to avoid revealing position.

g.
Restrict movement of vehicles or movement of personnel in open areas.

h.
Sound "All Clear" signal as directed by hospital HQ.

TASK PERFORMANCE I 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 CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR STP 21-1-SMCT
INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT
052-191-1362 CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT STP 21-1-SMCT
071-331-0804 Perform Surveillance Without the Aid of STP 21-1-SMCT

Electronic Devices
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
301-371-1000 REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT

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DODD0A-012698
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number. Task Title. References
441-091-3000.Supervise the Implementation of Air Defense .STP 21-24-SMCT
Measures

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: CONDUCT AERIAL RECONNAISSANCE (08-OPFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy rear area.
STANDARD: Photograph assigned sectors. Make quick visual checks where cloud ceiling is low. Locate enemy positions in the rear area, particularly support and storage bases, and C2 facilities. Report PIR and other information requirements to OPFOR HQ.
DODD0A-012699
ELEMENTS: COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: TAKE ACTIVE AIR DEFENSE MEASURES AGAINST HOSTILE AIRCRAFT (44-3-C221.08-705L) (FM 44-8). (FM 21-11). (FM 3-3)
(FM 3-4). (FM 3-5). (FM 4-02.7)
(FM 44-80). (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)
(FM 8-10-6)

ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Hospital receives early warning of unknown or hostile aircraft in the area. The hospital is deployed supporting TO. Air attack causes casualties and damage to operating area and facilities. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
DODD0A-012700
TASK STANDARDS: Hospital repulses all attacking'aircraft. At MOPP4, air search, aircraft engagement, and post-attack activities are significantly degraded due to protective clothing.
GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
1. Hospital personnel employ preparatory measures before engaging hostile
aircraft. (071-004-0003, 071-331-0804, 113-637-2001, 301-371-1000)

a.
Sound air attack alarm to alert all personnel of the presence of hostile
aircraft.

b.
Relocate patients to predesignated defensive positions and field
fortications.

c.
Occupy predesignated defensive positions and field fortifications.

d.
Search assigned defensive area for approaching aircraft.

e.
Identify threat aircraft visually.

f.
Report all aircraft actions to operations section.

g.
Prepare personnel to automatically return fire, if fired upon by aircraft.

2. Hospital engages hostile aircraft. (071-004-0006)
a.
Places weapon on highest rate of fire.

b.
Selects proper aim point for the type of aircraft and direction of flight.

c.
Engages hostile aircraft with all available small arms until repulsed.

*
3. Hospital commander and leaders supervise post-attack activities. (113-637­2001, 301-371-1000, 805C-PAD-2060)

a.
Give "All Clear" signal when hostile aircraft have departed the area.

b.
Forward damage report to medical brigade operations branch/medical
group S2/S3 section.

c.
Submit PIR to medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3
section.

d.
Coordinate casualty evacuation with medical brigade DCSPER/medical
group S1 and medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3
section.

e.
Direct clearing of mission-hindering destroyed supplies and equipment.

f.
Coordinate changes or delays to support plan caused by air attack with
medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

g.
Coordinate replacement of personnel and equipment with medical brigade
DCSPER and DCSLOG/medical group S1 and S4.

h.
Direct hospital to continue assigned mission.

4. Hospital personnel perform post-attack activities. (101-515-1998, 101-515-1999,
113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 805C-PAD-2060)

a.
Treat casualties. (08-2-0314.08-705L)
NOTE: See task 08-2-0314.08-705L for detailed treatment and evacuation
procedures.

b.
Conduct battlefield stress reduction and prevention procedures. (08-2-

R303.08-705L)
NOTE: See task 08-2-R303.08-705L for detailed procedures.

c.
Report casualties to TOC.

d.
Evacuate casualties.

e.
Reconstruct damaged defensive positions and field fortifications.

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f.
Repair damaged camouflage material, if previously directed to camouflage.

g.
Move KIA remains and personal effects to a predesignated location. (10-2­

C318.08-705L) NOTE: See task 10-2-C318.08-705L for detailed mortuary affairs procedures.
h.
Move debris clear of area essential to mission accomplishment.

i.
Continue mission as directed by the hospital commander.

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

071-004-0003 Load an M9 Pistol STP 21-1-SMCT
071-004-0006 Engage Targets with an M9 Pistol STP 21-1-SMCT
071-331-0804 Perform Surveillance Without the Aid of STP 21-1-SMCT

Electronic Devices
101-515-1998 Evacuate Isolated Remains STP 21-1-SMCT
101-515-1999 Recover Isolated Remains STP 21-1-SMCT
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
301-371-1000 REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS Task Number Task Title References
08-2-0314.08-705L TREAT HOSPITAL CASUALTIES ARTEP 8-705-MTP
08-2-R303.08-705L CONDUCT BATTLEFIELD STRESS ARTEP 8-705-MTP
REDUCTION AND PREVENTION
PROCEDURES

10-2-C318.08-705L PERFORM MORTUARY AFFAIRS ARTEP 8-705-MTP
OPERATIONS

OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: CONDUCT AIR ATTACKS (08-OPFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the positions of enemy support sites and/or the locations of road march elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Locate C2 site(s) or convoys. Make attack runs on designated target(s). Destroy enemy equipment, supplies, vehicles, and personnel.
ELEMENTS: OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM
TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT
DENTAL SERVICE
INPATIENT MEDICINE A
3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS
HOSP OPERATIONS SECT
COMPANY HEADQUARTERS
ADMINISTRATION DIV
NP WARD & CONSULT SVC
2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS
PHARMACY SERVICE
LABORATORY SERVICE
BLOOD BANK
RADIOLOGY SERVICE
PT SERVICE
HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM
UNIT HEADQUARTERS
OPERATING ROOM A
OPERATING ROOM B
ORTHO CAST CLINIC
2 CMS
SUP & SVC DIV (AUG)
7 INTERMED CARE WARDS
PATIENT ADMIN DIV
NUTRITION CARE DIV
SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV
NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM
LITTER BEARER SECTION
OPERATING ROOM C
OPERATING ROOM D
5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD

_ TASK: EMPLOY OPERATIONS SECURITY MEASURES (63-2-1016.08-705L) (FM 34-54). (AR 380-19-1). (AR 380-5) (AR 5-12). (AR 525-22). (AR 530-1) (FM 100-20). (FM 20-3). (FM 24-1) (FM 24-18). (FM 24-19). (FM 24-33) (FM 24-35). (FM 24-35-1). (FM 3-0) (FM 3-11.21). (FM 3-19.30). (FM 3-3)
(FM 3-4). (FM 3-5). (FM 4-02.7) (FM 71-2). (FM 71-3). (FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-14). (FM 8-9). (TG 244)
ITERATION:. 1.2 3 4.
5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. Hospitalization support and services operations are commencing. The hospital AO is established. Implementation of the support plan is conducted by radio, wire, and normal distribution. Hospital is authorized automated equipment. Threat forces are capable of intelligence gathering by electronic, visual, and auditory means. DE devices may be used in the area. The medical brigade/medical group OPSEC plan and hospital TSOP are available. Commander of brigade level or equivalent has directed camouflage. This task may be performed under all environmental conditions, day or night. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. The hospital commander has elected to locate outside the shelter and has
DODD0A-012704

appointed a liaison officer to coordinate C2 functions between him and the staff. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The hospital location is not compromised by electronic, visual, or auditory means. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors increase the implementation time for OPSEC measures.
GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
-
*
1. Hospital commander and leaders supervise OPSEC activities. (301 -371 1050)

a.
Inspect access and dismount point(s) to ensure compliance with TSOP or
other written and/or oral instructions.

b.
Inspect hospital's camouflage to ensure compliance with TSOP and the
hospital commander guidance.

c.
Monitor information security measures to ensure compliance with TSOP
and hospital commander guidance.

d.
Monitor signal security measures to ensure compliance with TSOP and the
command guidance.

e.
Monitor employment of counter and counter-surveillance measures to
ensure procedures are taken IAW TSOP and the command guidance.

f.
Monitor employment of automated systems security and defense against

DE devices preventive measures to ensure compliance with TSOP and the
command guidance.

g. Perform "on-the-spot correction" when OPSEC weaknesses or violations
are discovered.

2. Hospital personnel employ information security measures. (121-004-1518, 121­030-1504, 121-030-1505, 121-030-1507, 301-371-1050, 301-371-1052, 805C- .
PAD-3594)

a.
Account for all OPORDs and annexes by requiring receipt signature during
distribution.

b.
Account for all SOI/SSIs at all times.

c.
Control all operational information on a need-to-know basis.

d.
Maintain all classified information and materials in an authorized security
container.

e.
Maintain emergency destruction instructions IAW applicable regulations
and the TSOP.

f.
Maintain details of military activities separate from personal materials.

3. Hospital personnel employ SIGSEC measures. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)
a.
Transmit mission essential information by radio only.

b.
Employ authentication and encryption codes specified in the SOI/SSI.

c.
Employ code names for persons, equipment, hospitals, and locations when
transmitting over nonsecure means.

d.
Transmit messages no longer than 20 seconds.

e.
Report all COMSEC discrepancies and violations to medical brigade
communications branch/medical group communications section.

4. Hospital personnel employ EP.
a.
Tune equipment to assigned frequencies specified in current SOI/SSI.

b.
Observe all radio silence periods as directed.

c.
Employ correct anti-jamming procedures.

d.
Forward MIJIFEEDER voice template report to medical brigade
communications branch/medical group communications section within ten
minutes of the incident.

5. Hospital personnel employ counter-surveillance measures. (071-331-0815)
(
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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
a.
Employ litter prevention measures that keeps area free of trash, litter, or
personal items.

b.
Employ measures that prevent creating footpaths and vehicle tracks
between elements in the hospital area.

c.
Set radio volumes and squelches on lowest possible setting.

6. Hospital personnel employ automated systems security.
a.
Position computers within an enclosure that provides controlled access.

b.
Secure all electrical facilities that support the system.

c.
Restrict access to the computer by use of classified passwords.

d.
Control all log-ons and file access by the use of unique operator
passwords.

e.
Destroy all printouts of reports and lists as new ones are printed.

7. Hospital personnel employ defense against DE devices.
a.
Position hospital equipment and vehicles in covered or concealed locations.

b.
Cover glass or mirrors within line-of-sight of known threat locations.

c.
Wear laser safety goggles when laser devices are used in the immediate
area, if available.

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
071-331-0815 Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline STP 21-1-SMCT
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communidate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
121-004-1518 Receipt/Transfer Classified Material STP 11-74B14-SM-TG
STP 12-71L12-SM
121-030-1504 MAINTAIN A SECURITY CONTAINER STP 12-71L12-SM
CHECK SHEET (STANDARD FORM 702)
121-030-1505 PREPARE STANDARD FORM 700 STP 12-71L12-SM
(SECURITY CONTAINER INFORMATION)
121-030-1507 SAFEGUARD "FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY" STP 12-71L12-SM
(FOUO) MATERIAL
301-371-1050 IMPLEMENT OPERATIONS SECURITY STP 21-1-SMCT
(OPSEC) MEASURES
805C-PAD-3594 Store Classified Information and Materials STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
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TASK: CONDUCT AERIAL RECONNAISSANCE (08-0PFOR-1007)
CONDITION: OPFOR HQ requires intelligence on location and identification of enemy elements. Aircraft is dispatched to take photographs and conduct a visual inspection of enemy rear area.
STANDARD: Photograph assigned sectors. Make quick visual checks where cloud ceiling is low. Locate enemy positions in the rear area, particularly support and storage bases, and C2 facilities. Report PIR and other information requirements to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: GATHER INTELLIGENCE (08-0PFOR-1008)
CONDITION: OPFOR small elements, operating in the rear area, are planning attacks on enemy bases.
Information is needed to complete plans.
STANDARD: Identify all PIR and other intelligence requirements. Pass through any outpost, defensive
wire, or warning device undetected. Move to an observation point that offers cover and concealment and
is close enough to gather PIR and other intelligence requirements. Gather all PIR and other intelligence
requirements. Withdraw from area undetected. Report all information to OPFOR HQ.
TASK: CONDUCT ELECTRONIC WARFARE (08-OPFOR-1012)
CONDITION: OPFOR employs large numbers of RDF sets, along with ground and airborne, and
communications analysts to monitor enemy forces for loose communications security practices.
STANDARD: Locate the positions of enemy command, intelligence, and LOG radio nets. Forward locations to OPFOR HQ. Use jamming signals against enemy radio receivers. Monitor enemy radio nets for intelligence information.
DODD0A-012707
ELEMENTS: 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM
TASK: PREPARE FOR A CHEMICAL ATTACK (03-3-C202.08-705L) (FM 3-4). (AR 350-41) (FM 100-20) (FM 21-10). (FM 3-0) (FM 3-100) (FM 3-11.21). (FM 3-3) (FM 3-5) (FM 3-7). (FM 4-02.7) (FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-14). (FM 8-285) (FM 8-9) (TG 244)
ITERATION:. 1.2 3 4.
5.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. The medical command/medical brigade operations branch advised hospital HQ that, based on latest intelligence reports, the threat may use chemical weapons. The operations section directs implementation of actions to minimize casualties and damage. NBC defense equipment is available. Patient protective equipment is available. Hospital is currently operating at MOPP2. The medical brigade/medical group TSOP and OPORD are available. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available.
NOTE: This task contains a series of preparatory actions leading up to MOPP4. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Preparations for the chemical attack are completed prior to the attack or the effects of the attack reaching the hospital's location.
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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
*
1. Hospital commander and leaders issue warning order. (031-503-3008, 031-503-4002)

a.
Conduct chemical vulnerability analysis.

b.
Conduct MOPP analysis.

c.
Notify all hospital personnel, patients, and attached or OPCON elements of
threat status.

d.
Direct implementation of defensive preparations consistent with the mission
and threat.

e.
Provide guidance on level of degradation of support mission.

2. Hospital personnel take additional actions consistent with mission. (031-503-
1015, 031-503-1019, 031-503-1035, 031-503-2001, 031-506-2061)

a.
Harden individual defensive fighting position(s) and support facilities.

b.
Employ proper field sanitation measures and personal hygiene.

c.
Check operation of detection equipment as directed by leaders or
supervisors.

d.
Identify protective shelter location(s), if available.

e.
Inspect all hospital personnel and patients protective masks and clothing for
proper fitting.

f.
Implement patient protective procedure.

g.
Cover all exposed equipment and supplies.

h.
Implement procedures to prevent further contamination IAW TSOP.
i.• Shut down all non-essential equipment.

j.
Monitor area by testing with detector kits and/or paper to determine level of
contamination, as necessary.

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
031-503-1015 PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC STP 21-1-SMCT
INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH MISSION-
ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE
(MOPP) GEAR

031-503-1019 REACT TO CHEMICAL OR BIOLOGICAL STP 21-1-SMCT
HAZARD/ATTACK

031-503-1035 PROTECT YOURSELF FROM STP 21-1-SMCT
CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION
USING YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE
MASK

031-503-2001 IDENTIFY CHEMICAL AGENTS USING STP 21-24-SMCT
M256-SERIES CHEMICAL AGENT
DETECTOR KIT

DODD0A-012709
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
STP 3-54B1-SM
031-503-3008 IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED STP 21-24-SMCT
PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP)
031-503-4002 SUPERVISE UNIT PREPARATION FOR AN STP 21-24-SMCT
NBC ATTACK
031-506-2061 CONDUCT A MASK FIT TEST STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 3-54B2-SM

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC
2 . MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D ORTHO CAST CLINIC 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM LITTER BEARER SECTION OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B
TASK: RESPOND TO A CHEMICAL ATTACK (03-3-C203.08-705L)
(FM 3-4). (AR 350-41) (FM 100-20). (FM 3-0) (FM 3-11.21). (FM 3-3) • (FM 4-02.7). (FM 8-10) (FM 8-9). (TG 244) (AR 600-8-1) (FM 3-100) (FM 3-5) (FM 8-10-14)
ITERATION:. 1M 2M 3M 4M 5M . (Circle)
.

COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U (Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. Automatic alarms sound or color changes in chemical'detector paper to indicate presence of contaminants. The hospital is tactically deployed at MOPP2. Intelligence reports from the medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section indicate that the threat is capable of attacking with chemical weapons. The medical brigade/medical group OPORD and TSOP are available. This task is always performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Hospital personnel react to the chemical alarm within nine seconds, assume MOPP4 within two to four minutes, and perform testing and unmasking procedures until hospital is reorganized and reduced MOPP level functions are reinstated.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
1. Hospital personnel protect equipment. (031-503-1015, 031-503-1019, 031-503-
1023, 031-503-1035, 031-503-1037, 031-503-2001, 031-503-3005, 031-503­3008)
a.
Cover all exposed equipment and supplies.

b.
Implement procedures to prevent further contamination IAW TSOP.

c.
Monitor the area to determine contamination levels by testing with detector kits and detector paper.

2. Hospital personnel employ protective measures. (031-503-1037, 031-503-2001)
a.
Don protective mask within 9 seconds, with hood within 15 seconds.

b.
Initiate appropriate vocal and nonvocal alarm.

c.
Don protective gloves within 45 seconds of alarm.

d.
Assist patients to don MOPP gear, as required.

e.
Conduct skin (immediate) decontamination within two minutes.

f.
Conduct operator spraydown (if equipment is available) and personal equipment decontamination within 15 minutes.

g.
Submit NBC 1 report.

h.
Identify type of agent using chemical agent detector kit.

i.
Continue mission unless directed otherwise.

*
3. Medical operations officer provides NBC reports to medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section. (031-503-3005)

a.
Forwards initial NBC 1 report as soon as tactical situation permits.

b.
Forwards follow-up NBC 1 report within 20 minutes after the attack.

c.
Requests permission to move if mission permits.

d.
Coordinates with medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section for operational or thorough decontamination support.

*
4. Leaders initiate unmasking procedures when chemical agent detector kits

indicate negative results. (031-503-3002, 031-506-2061) NOTE: Agent used is a blood or choking agent that requires no decontamination.
a.
Direct two individuals to conduct unmasking procedures.

b.
Observe directed individuals for 10 minutes for symptoms of illness.

c.
Observe directed individual for delayed symptoms.

d.
Treat directed individual with delayed symptoms. (08-2-0314.08-705L) NOTE: See task 08-2-0314.08-705L for detailed treatment and evacuation procedures.

e.
Report casualties to administrative division, as required.

f.
Evacuate casualties, as required.

g.
Initiate "All Clear" signal, if CAM readings are negative and no symptoms of chemical poisoning are detected.

5. Hospital personnel employ unmasking procedures when chemical agent detector kits indicate negative results. (031-503-1023, 031-503-1035, 031-503-3002)
a.
Unmask for five minutes in a shady area (directed individuals).

b.
Perform remasking procedures (directed personnel).

c.
Unmask when "All Clear" is given. NOTE: Task steps 6 and 7 are only performed if chemical agent detector kits are not available.

*
6. Leaders initiate unmasking procedures using M8/M9 detector paper. (031-503-1037, 031-503-3002)

a.
Check area for physical signs of liquid contamination using M8/M9 detector paper.

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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
b.
Direct two individuals to conduct unmasking procedures to include taking a
deep breath, breaking the seal of their masks, and keeping their eyes open
for 15 seconds.

c.
Direct the two individuals to remask, including clearing and resealing their
masks.

d.
Observe directed individuals for ten minutes for symptoms of chemical
incapacitation.

e.
Direct the two individuals to unmask again, to include breaking the seal of
their mask and taking two or three breaths.

f.
Direct the two individuals to remask again, including clearing and resealing
their masks.

g.
Observe directed individuals for another ten minutes for chemical
symptoms.

h.
Direct the two individuals to unmask for five minutes.

i.
Direct the two individuals to remask again.

j.
Continue to observe directed individuals another ten minutes for delayed
symptoms.

k.
Treat directed individuals with delayed symptoms, if required. (08-2­

0314.08-705L) NOTE: See task 08-2-0314.08-705L for detailed treatment and evacuation procedures.
I. Report casualties, as required.
m.
Evacuate casualties, as required.

n.
Initiate "All Clear" if no symptoms appear. NOTE: Complete performance measures 6a through 6n in the sequence listed above.

7:
Hospital personnel employ unmasking procedures using M8 detector paper.
(031-503-1015, 031-503-1023, 031-503-1035, 031-503-1037, 031-503-3002)

a.
Unmask in a shady area when directed by leaders (directed individuals).

b.
Follow instructions of leaders (directed individuals).

c.
Perform remasking procedures when directed by leaders (directed
individuals).. .

d.
Unmask when "All Clear" is given.

*
8. Hospital commander and leaders reorganize hospital area.

a.
Reestablish chain of command.

b.
Coordinate required hospital MOPP level with the medical brigade
DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3.

c.
Inspect hospital personnel to ensure that individuals remain at the directed
MOPP level.

d.
Direct periodic chemical monitoring in the hospital area.

e.
Supervise the request and distribution of replacement chemical defense
equipment and supplies.

f.
Conduct battlefield stress reduction and prevention procedures. (08-2-

R303.08-705L) NOTE: See task 08-2-R303.08-705L for detailed procedures.
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TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 1 M 2M 3M 4M 5M TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO" TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO" "*" indicates a leader task step. TOTAL

SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number
031-503-1015
031-503-1019 031-503-1023
031-503-1035
031-503-1037 031-503-2001
031-503-3002 031-503-3005 031-503-3008 031-506-2061
Task Number
08-2-0314.08-705L 08-2-R303.08-705L
Task Title
PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR REACT TO CHEMICAL OR BIOLOGICAL HAZARD/ATTACK PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN CHANGING MOPP GEAR PROTECT YOURSELF FROM CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION USING YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE MASK DETECT CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M8 OR M9 DETECTOR PAPER IDENTIFY CHEMICAL AGENTS USING M256-SERIES CHEMICAL AGENT DETECTOR KIT
CONDUCT UNMASKING PROCEDURES
SUBMIT AN NBC 1 REPORT
IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) CONDUCT A MASK FIT TEST
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS
References
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 3-54B1-SM STP 21-24-SMCT STP 3-54B1-SM STP 21-24-SMCT STP 3-54B1-SM STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT STP 3-54B2-SM
Task Title References
TREAT HOSPITAL CASUALTIES ARTEP 8-705-MTP
CONDUCT BATTLEFIELD STRESS ARTEP 8-705-MTP
REDUCTION AND PREVENTION
PROCEDURES

OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: DISRUPT ENEMY MOVEMENT AND OPERATIONS USING PERSISTENT AND NON-PERSISTENT CHEMICAL WEAPONS (08-0PFOR-1001)
CONDITION: OPFOR units deliver chemical agents by means of conventional artillery weapons or aircraft along selected routes and key bases in the rear area.
STANDARD: Deliver chemical agents in low and/or densely wooded areas. Delay movement of enemy supplies and equipment to forward areas by disrupting C2 system. Restrict enemy units movement in
rear area. Channel movement into predesignated ambush areas. Contaminate enemy supplies and equipment. Inflict a high rate of casualties on enemy forces.
DODD0A-012715
ELEMENTS:
HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM OPERATING ROOM B
TASK: CONDUCT OPERATIONAL DECONTAMINATION
(FM 3-5) (FM 100-20)
(FM 3-100) (FM 3-100.4)
(FM 3-3) (FM 3-4)
(FM 4-02.7) (FM 8-10)
(FM 8-9) (TC 3-34.489)
.
ITERATION:
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: T.P.U (Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. As the result of a chemical attack, the hospital is contaminated with a persistent chemical agent. Hospital has assumed MOPP4. Replacement overgarments, SDKs, IEDKs, brooms, mops, supertropical bleach, or other expedient chemical defense items are on hand. The higher HQ TSOP and OPORD are available. This task is always performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Hospital personnel perform operational decontamination within 15 minutes after attack.
(03-3-C224.08-705L)
(FM 3-0)
(FM 3-11.21)
(FM 3-7)
(FM 8-10-14)
(TG 244)

.
1M 2M 3M 4M 5M (Circle) ..
ARTEP 8-705-MTP
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Hospital personnel perform essential decontamination. (031-503-1013, 850-001­2000) a. Complete skin decontamination using M258A1 skin decontamination kit within one minute of attack or contamination. b. Conduct personal equipment wipe down with supertropical bleach.
2. Hospital personnel perform patient decontamination procedures, as necessary. a. Decontaminate patients IAW FM 4-02.7. (08-5-D0002, 08-5-D0003) b. Discard contaminated articles into designated containers.
3. Hospital personnel exchange MOPP gear. (031-503-1013, 031-503-1023, 031­503-1035) a. Perform individual decontamination of load-carrying equipment. b. Remove contaminated hoods and outer garments using buddy system. c. Don fresh overgarments, overshoes, and gloves by using the buddy system. d. Secure hood using the buddy system. e. Secure individual load-carrying equipment. •
TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 1 M 2M 3M 4M 5M TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
Task Number 031-503-1013 031-503-1023 031-503-1035 850-001-2000 SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS Task Title References DECONTAMINATE YOURSELF AND STP 21-1-SMCT INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT USING CHEMICAL DECONTAMINATING KITS PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC STP 21-24-SMCT INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN CHANGING MOPP GEAR PROTECT YOURSELF FROM STP 21-1-SMCT CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION USING YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE MASK Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT Risk Mgt Process
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE

DODD0A-012717
ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: CONDUCT THOROUGH DECONTAMINATION (03-2-C312.08-705L)
..
(FM 3-5) (FM 100-20) (FM 3-0)
..
(FM 3-100.4) (FM 3-11.21) (FM 3-3)
..
(FM 3-4) (FM 3-7) (FM 8-10)
..
(FM 8-10-14) . (FM 4-02.7) (FM 8-9)
(TC 3-34.489) (TG 244)

ITERATION:. 1M 2M 3M 4M 5M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. The hospital has completed operations in a contaminated area. The tactical situation allows the hospital time to conduct a detailed equipment decontamination. Decontamination equipment and crew are available to assist the hospital. Only those personnel directly involved in decontamination are in MOPP4. This task is always performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Contamination removal allows personnel to operate equipment safely for extended periods at reduced MOPP levels.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Hospital HQ coordinates for thorough decontamination. (031-506-2027)
a. Coordinates for additional decontamination support requirements with the
medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section IAW FM 3-

5.
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-
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
b.
Coordinates time and location with medical brigade operations
branch/medical group S2/S3 section or supporting decontamination
element.

c.
Dispatches an advance party to rendezvous with decontamination elements
at the decontamination site.

d.
Provides security and traffic control at the decontamination site.

e.
Forward completion report to medical brigade operations branch/medical
group S2/S3 section.

2. Hospital prepares for decontamination. (031-507-2013, 031-507-2038)
a.
Completes immediate decontamination prior to leaving old AO.

b.
Prioritizes vehicles based on the commander's guidance.

c.
Closes all doors, windows, and flaps on vehicles, if possible.

d.
Removes all items from inside vehicle that cannot be decontaminated by
using DS2.

e.
Moves vehicles and equipment to the decontamination site.

3. Hospital processes vehicles and equipment through the decontamination site.
(031-507-2013)

a.
Processes vehicles and equipment IAW directions of the decontamination
element during decontamination operations.

b.
Moves vehicles to hospital motor pool area after decontamination is
completed.

4. Hospital personnel clear the decontamination site. (031-507-2038)
a.
Provide assistance to decontamination element, as required.

b.
Notifies hospital HQ of completion.

TASK PERFORMANCE / EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1M 2M 3M 4M 5M 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
031-506-2027 SELECT DETAILED EQUIPMENT STP 3-5482-SM
DECONTAMINATION SITE
031-507-2013 SUPERVISE THOROUGH EQUIPMENT STP 3-5482-SM
DECONTAMINATION
031-507-2038 CONTROL CONTAMINATED WASTE STP 3-54B2-SM

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
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ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL :.;ERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) UNIT HEADQUARTERS OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: PREPARE FOR A FRIENDLY NUCLEAR STRIKE (03-3-C205.08-705L) (FM 3-4). (AR 350-41). (FM 100-20) (FM 3-0). (FM 3-100). (FM 3-11.21) (FM 3-5). (FM 3-7). (FM 4-02.7) (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14). (FM 8-9) (TG 244)
ITERATION:. 1.2 3.
4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. The hospital receives a STRIKWARN message from the medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3 with specific actions to be implemented. The hospital is supporting TO. In addition to radiological contamination, the hospital is prepared to react to chemical hazards that may occur after an area is radiologically contaminated. Medical brigade/medical group OPORD and TSOP are available. This task may be performed under all environmental conditions. The hospital may be subject to attack by threat forces, NBC attack, or radiological fallout. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Preparations for a friendly nuclear strike are completed within 30 minutes of the time specified in the warning. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors increase strike preparation time threefold.
DODD0A-012720
GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
1. Hospital HQ acknowledges warning. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)
a.
Authenticates the call.

b.
Transcribes message to hard copy with 100 percent accuracy.

c.
Acknowledges receipt by return message.

*
2. Hospital commander and leaders issue warning order.

a.
Alert assigned and attached hospital elements by most expedient means.

b.
Relay specific directed actions by land lines or messengers.

3. Hospital performs preparatory actions. (031-503-1015, 031-503-1023, 031-503­1035, 031-503-3008, 031-503-4002)

a. Covers foxholes and shelters.

.b. Places all externally stored equipment inside tents or shelters, if possible.

c.
Places vehicles and equipment on terrain that provides shielding.

d.
Covers all equipment, munitions, fuel, food, and water containers.

e.
Covers nose and mouth with handkerchief or clean rag.

f.
Wears designated MOPP gear to minimize skin exposure.

g.
Zeros dosimeters.

h.
Wears individual dosimeters (directed personnel).

i.
Disconnects non-essential electronic equipment.

j.
Ties down essential antennas.

k.
Disassembles non-essential antennas and antenna leads.

I.
Improves shelters and individual positions with consideration for blast,
thermal, and radiation effects.

m.
Secures loose flammable or explosive items and water containers.

n.
Starts periodic monitoring.

o.
Continues to harden positions and vehicles.

p.
Disconnects all electronic equipment prior to detonation.

q.
Prepares patients for nuclear attack IAW TSOP, if required. .

r.
Conducts battlefield stress reduction and prevention procedures. (08-2-

R303.08-705L) NOTE: See task 08-2-R303.08-705L for detailed procedures.
TASK PERFORMANCE I 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
031-503-1015.PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC.STP 21-1-SMCT
INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH MISSION-
ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE
(MOPP) GEAR

031-503-1023.PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC.STP 21-24-SMCT
INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN
CHANGING MOPP GEAR

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SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number. Task Title References
031-503-1035.PROTECT YOURSELF FROM STP 21-1-SMCT
CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION
USING YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE
MASK

.
031-503-3008 IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED STP 21-24-SMCT
PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP)

.
031-503-4002 SUPERVISE UNIT PREPARATION FOR AN STP 21-24-SMCT
NBC ATTACK

.
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
.
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS ..
Task Number Task Title References
.
08-2-R303.08-705L CONDUCT BATTLEFIELD STRESS ARTEP 8-705-MTP
REDUCTION AND PREVENTION
PROCEDURES

OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS
TASK: RESPOND TO THE INITIAL EFFECTS OF A NUCLEAR ATTACK (03-3-C223.08-705L)
(FM 3-4) (AR 350-41) (FM 100-20)
(FM 3-0) (FM 3-100) (FM 3-11.21)
(FM 3-5) (FM 3-7) (FM 4-02.7)
(FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-14) (FM 8-10-6)
(FM 8-9) (TG 244)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)

COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. Brilliant light flashes across the horizon. Intelligence summaries from medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section indicate the possible use of tactical nuclear weapons by threat. The hospital is supporting tactical operations. All non essential equipment is stowed for protection. Positions and equipment are hardened. MOPP2 is designated. The hospital has all authorized NBC equipment on hand. The medical brigade/medical group OPORD and hospital TSOP are available. SCPE is on hand and/or field­expedient and natural shelters are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Hospital personnel take immediate protective actions and reorganize the hospital area as prescribed by the TSOP and OPORD. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors increase protective action implementation times.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Hospital personnel employ immediate protective actions. (031-503-1015, 031-
503-1018, 031-503-1023, 031-503-1036, 031-503-2023, 031-503-3008, 031­506-2061)

a.
Request permission to move out of the expected hazard area if mission
permits.

b.
Disconnect electronic equipment, if applicable.

c.
Protect all food, water, and mission essential supplies from contamination,
if possible.

d.
Continue to improve positions prior to the arrival of fallout, if possible.

e.
Seek cover.

f.
Lie face down on ground with head toward blast.

g.
Drop to the floor, under a desk or table, if in a shelter or building.

h.
Cover eyes and exposed skin.

i.
Place hands and fingers over ears.

j.
Stay concealed and covered until blast wave passes and debris stops
falling.

k.
Don protective mask within nine seconds after flash and blast have passed.

I.
Commence continuous monitoring.

m.
Report radiation exposure status IAW dosimeter readings.

2. Hospital personnel reorganize hospital area. (031-503-3005, 081-831-1046,
081-831-1054, 101-92Y-0006, 805C-PAD-2060)

a.
Inspect immediate area for casualties and damaged equipment.

b.
Forward NBC 1 nuclear report to the medical brigade DCSSPO/medical
group S2/S3.

c.
Perform ADC operations. (63-2-1028.08-705L)
NOTE: See task 63-2-1028.08-705L for detail ADC procedures.

d.
Treat casualties. (08-2-0314.08-705L)
NOTE: See task 08-2-0314.08-705L for detailed treatment and evacuation
procedures.

e.
Conduct battlefield stress reduction and prevention procedures. (08-2-

R303.08-705L)
NOTE: See task 08-2-R303.08-705L for detailed procedures.

f.
Report casualties to administrative division, as required.

g.
Evacuate casualties.

h.
Reestablish chain of command.

i.
Resume operational mission within time established by the medical brigade
operations branch/ medical group S2/S3 section. ..

j.
Forward casualty reports to medical brigade/medical group S1.

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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
031-503-1015 PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC STP 21-1-SMCT
INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH MISSION-
ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE
(MOPP) GEAR

031-503-1018 REACT TO NUCLEAR HAZARD/ATTACK STP 21-1-SMCT
031-503-1023 PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC STP 21-24-SMCT
INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN
CHANGING MOPP GEAR

031-503-1036 MAINTAIN YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE STP 21-1-SMCT
MASK
031-503-2023 MEASURE RADIATION DOSE RATE AND STP 21-24-SMCT
TOTAL DOSE
STP 3-54B1-SM
031-503-3005 SUBMIT AN NBC 1 REPORT STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 3-54B1-SM
031-503-3008 IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED STP 21-24-SMCT
PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP)
031-506-2061 CONDUCT A MASK FIT TEST STP 21-24-SMCT

STP 3-54B2-SM
081-831-1046 TRANSPORT A CASUALTY STP 21-1-SMCT
081-831-1054 EVACUATE CASUALTIES STP 21-24-SMCT
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT

Cu
cleanliness, and serviceability
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
08-2-0314.08-705L TREAT HOSPITAL CASUALTIES ARTEP 8-705-MTP
08-2-R303.08-705L CONDUCT BATTLEFIELD STRESS ARTEP 8-705-MTP
REDUCTION AND PREVENTION
PROCEDURES

63-2-1028.08-705L PERFORM AREA DAMAGE CONTROL ARTEP 8-705-MTP
FUNCTIONS

DODD0A-012725
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: DISRUPT ENEMY MOVEMENT AND OPERATIONS USING TACTICAL NUCLEAR WEAPONS (08-0PFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Tactical nuclear weapons are employed against key locations in the rear area.
STANDARD: Disrupt or delay movement of equipment and supplies to forward areas. Destroy enemy equipment and supplies (less medical). Inflict a high rate of nuclear casualties among enemy troops.
Deny enemy use of specified areas. Contaminate enemy equipment and supplies.
ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: RESPOND TO THE RESIDUAL EFFECTS OF A NUCLEAR ATTACK (03-3-C222.08-705L)
.
(FM 3-5). (AR 350-41) (FM 100-20)
.
(FM 3-0). (FM 3-11.21) (FM 3-4)
.
(FM 3-7). (FM 4-02.7) (FM 8-10)
.
(FM 8-10-14). (FM 8-9) (TG 244)
ITERATION:. 1.2 3 4.
5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. The hospital is located within the predicted fallout area. The medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section has disseminated a simplified fallout prediction with ETA for fallout. Medical brigade/medical group TSOP and hospital NBC defense equipment are available. NBC 3 nuclear reports and OEG have been provided by the medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section. SCPE is on hand and/or field­expedient and natural shelters are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Hospital personnel complete fallout preparation before arrival of fallout IAW TSOP and directives provided by the medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors increase fallout preparation implementation time.
GO NO-GOTASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
1. Hospital prepares for radiological fallout. (031-503-1015, 031-503-1018, 031-
503-1023, 031-503-2023, 031-503-3008, 031-506-1053, 031-507-2038)

.
a.
Covers nose and mouth with handkerchief or clean rag.

b.
Dons designated MOPP gear to minimize skin exposure.

c.
Wears individual dosimeters (directed personnel).

d.
Covers foxhole and shelter.

e.
Places patients inside shelters.

f.
Places all externally stored equipment inside tents or shelters IAW TSOP.

g.
Covers all equipment, munitions, fuel, food, and water containers.

h.
Continues operational mission as directed by medical brigade operations
branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

i.
Provides patient care within the shelter, as required.

j.
Occupies shelters or closed vehicles, as directed.

k.
Conducts battlefield stress reduction and prevention procedures. (08-2-

R303.08-705L) NOTE: See task 08-2-R303.08-705L for detailed procedures.
I. Starts continuous monitoring.
m.
Continues to improve and increase overhead cover prior to the arrival of
fallout.

n.
Occupies shelters upon the arrival of fallout.

o.
Calculates optimum time of exit.

p.
Determines what zone of fallout prediction the hospital is in.

q.
Estimates how much radiation is expected.

r.
Submits NBC 4 initial report.

s.
Takes readings every 15 minutes.

t.
Submits NBC 4 peak report.

u.
Takes readings every 30 minutes.

v.
Submits NBC-series report based on readings.

2. Hospital NBC defense teams perform monitoring activities. (031-503-1018, 031-
503-1023, 031-503-2023, 031-506-1053, 031-506-2027, 031-507-2006, 031-
507-2038, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 191-376-4114)

a.
Initiate radiacmeter monitoring to determine radiation dose rates.

b.
Relay warning to hospital personnel.

c.
Take shelter, if mission permits, until "All Clear" is given or if directed to
move.

d.
Monitor radiacmeter to determine dose rate and total dosage.

e.
Report dose rate and total dosage to medical brigade operations
branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

f.
Comply with entry and exit point procedures.

*
3. Hospital commander and leaders develop contingency plan. (031-503-1013, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 191-376-4114)

a.
Identify current mission status.

b.
Perform comparative analysis between the RES and the OEG.

c.
Direct development of personnel rotation plans by hospital elements to
minimize personnel exposure for those outside the shelter.

d.
Direct development of entry and exit procedures by hospital elements to
minimize shelter and vehicle contamination.

e.
Develop relocation plan in coordination with the medical brigade operations
. branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

f.
Disseminate contingency plan to all elements and the medical brigade
operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

g.
Coordinate for decontamination after fallout is complete.

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. TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
h. Conduct thorough decontamination.
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
031-503-1013 DECONTAMINATE YOURSELF AND STP 21-1-SMCT
INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT USING.
CHEMICAL DECONTAMINATING KITS

031-503-1015 PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC STP 21-1-SMCT
INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH MISSION-
ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE
(MOPP) GEAR

031-503-1018 REACT TO NUCLEAR HAZARD/ATTACK STP 21-1-SMCT
031-503-1023 PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC STP 21-24-SMCT
INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN
CHANGING MOPP GEAR

031-503-2023 MEASURE RADIATION DOSE RATE AND STP 21-24-SMCT
TOTAL DOSE
STP 3-54B1-SM
031-503-3008 IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED STP 21-24-SMCT
PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP)
031-506-1053 REPORT NBC INFORMATION USING NBC 4 STP 21-24-SMCT
REPORT
031-506-2027 SELECT DETAILED EQUIPMENT STP 3-54B2-SM
DECONTAMINATION SITE
031-507-2006 CONDUCT UNSUPPORTED OPERATIONAL STP 3-54B2-SM

DECONTAMINATION
031-507-2038 CONTROL CONTAMINATED WASTE STP 3-54B2-SM
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
191-376-4114 Control Entry to and Exit From a Restricted STP 21-1-SMCT
Area

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS . .
Task Number Task Title References
.
08-2-R303.08-705L CONDUCT BATTLEFIELD STRESS ARTEP 8-705-MTP
REDUCTION AND PREVENTION
PROCEDURES

.
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TASK: DISRUPT ENEMY MOVEMENT AND OPERATIONS USING TACTICAL NUCLEAR WEAPONS (08-0PFOR-1002)
CONDITION: Tactical nuclear weapons are employed against key locations in the rear area.
STANDARD: Disrupt or delay movement of equipment and supplies to forward areas. Destroy enemy equipment and supplies (less medical). Inflict a high rate of nuclear casualties among enemy troops. Deny enemy use of specified areas. Contaminate enemy equipment and supplies.
.
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DODDOA-012730
ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM B OPERATING ROOM A 2 CMS ORTHO CAST CLINIC INPATIENT MEDICINE A DENTAL SERVICE 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC LABORATORY SERVICE PHARMACY SERVICE RADIOLOGY SERVICE BLOOD BANK HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM PT.SERVICE SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) UNIT HEADQUARTERS OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: PERFORM RADIOLOGICAL DECONTAMINATION (63-2-R207.08-705L) (FM 3-5). (AR 11-9). (AR 200-1) (AR 350-41). (FM 100-20). (FM 3-0) (FM 3-100.4). (FM 3-11.21). (FM 3-4) (FM 3-7). (FM 4-02.7). (FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-14). (FM 8-9). (TC 3-34.489) (TG 244)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. The hospital area is contaminated by radiological fallout. Medical brigade/medical group OPORD and TSOP are available. NBC 3 report and OEG have been provided by the medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section. External NBC decontamination support's requested in coordination with the medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Hospital decontaminates personnel, patients, and equipment to within the established negligible risk level established by the medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Hospital performs immediate decontamination procedures. (031-503-1013, 031-
503-1015, 850-001-2000)

a.
Starts immediate decontamination procedures within 15 minutes of
indications of contamination.

b.
Employs immediate decontamination procedures IAW medical
brigade/medical group TSOP.

c.
Disposes of contaminated dust and articles IAW prescribed techniques in
OPORD and medical brigade/medical group TSOP.

d.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

2. Hospital performs patient decontamination procedures. (850-001-2000)
a.
Surveys all patients with radiac set to determine level of radiological
contamination.

b.
Decontaminates patients IAW FM 4-02.7.

c.
Discards contaminated articles into designated containers.

d.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

3. Hospital performs operational decontamination procedures. (031-503-1013,
031-503-1015, 850-001-2000)

a.
Employs operational decontamination procedures IAW OPORD and
hospital TSOP.

b.
Disposes of contaminated dust and water IAW prescribed techniques in the
TSOP.

c.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

4. Hospital commander directs resumption of operational mission. (113-600-2001,
113-637-2001)

a.
Directs elements to perform assigned mission as specified by OPORD and
hospital commander's guidance.

b.
Monitors hospital radiation status in coordination with each element to
ensure compliance with medical brigade/medical group commander's OEG.

c.
Forwards radiation status updates to the medical brigade operations
branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

d.
Coordinates replenishment of NBC decontamination items with the supply
and service division.

TASK PERFORMANCE I 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.DECONTAMINATE YOURSELF AND.STP 21-1-SMCT
INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT USING
CHEMICAL DECONTAMINATING KITS

DODDOA-012732
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS .
Task Number. Task Title References
.
031-503-1015.PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC STP 21-1-SMCT
INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH MISSION-
ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE
(MOPP) GEAR
113-600-2001.Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone.STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001..Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a.STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
850-001-2000.Employ Accident Prevention Measures and.STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: INPATIENT MEDICINE A
3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
7 INTERMED CARE WARDS
NP WARD & CONSULT SVC
2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS
PHARMACY SERVICE
LABORATORY SERVICE
BLOOD BANK
RADIOLOGY SERVICE
PT SERVICE
HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM
UNIT HEADQUARTERS
HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS
HOSP OPERATIONS SECT
COMPANY HEADQUARTERS
ADMINISTRATION DIV
PATIENT ADMIN DIV
NUTRITION CARE DIV
SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV
NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM
LITTER BEARER SECTION
TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT
OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM •
OPERATING ROOM A
OPERATING ROOM B
ORTHO CAST CLINIC
2 CMS
DENTAL SERVICE
SUP & SVC DIV (AUG)
OPERATING ROOM C
OPERATING ROOM D
5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: DEFEND HOSPITAL AREA (63-2-1024.08-705L)
(FM 7-10) (AR 600-8-1) (AR 71-32)
(FM 20-3) (FM 21-75) (FM 23-35)
(FM 24-19) (FM 3-05.70) (FM 3-3)
(FM 3-4) (FM 3-5) (FM 4-02.7)
(FM 55-30) (FM 6-22.5) (FM 7-20)
(FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-14)

ITERATION:. 1.2 3.
4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The dismount point reports a large threat element outside the hospital's defensive area. Intelligence report's from the medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section indicate threat elements operating in the general area. The hospital has completed defensive preparations. Communications are established with the BCOC and/or operations section. The hospital commander has directed all but "priority" hospitalization support and services to be discontinued and all available personnel be assigned to defensive perimeter duties. Chemical agents have been employed by threat forces in past engagements. The OPORD and TSOP are available. SCPE is on hand and/or field­expedient and natural shelters are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Threat force is repelled and delayed until the hospital is relieved by MP or TCF. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors increase task completion time.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Hospital commander and leaders direct reaction to threat elements. (071-329-1019, 071-430-0002, 071-430-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)

a.
Direct reduction of hospitalization support and services operations.

b.
Direct employment of maximum defensive level.

c.
Recall all dismount point personnel, if not detected by threat forces.

d.
Maintain map surveillance of all threat activity in the hospital's defensive
area.

e.
Forward SPOTREPs to the BCOC and/or medical brigade operations
branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

f.
Forward SHELREPs to the BCOC and/or medical brigade operations
branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

g.
Maintain communications with the BCOC and/or medical brigade
operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

h.
Direct hospital defensive fires to repel and/or delay penetration by threat
forces into the area.

2. Hospital reacts to threat. (071-004-0001, 071-004-0003, 071-004-0004, 071­004-0006, 071-311-2025, 071-326-0510, 071-326-0511, 071-326-3002, 071­430-0002, 071-430-0006, 081-831-1046, 081-831-1054, 113-600-2001, 113­637-2001, 181-105-1001, 181-105-2002, 301-371-1000, 805C-PAD-2060)

a.
Sounds attack alarm.

b.
Occupies defensive positions, as directed.

c.
Assembles at predesignated rally point (internal reaction force).

d.
Forwards SALUTE report to TOC.

e.
Conducts defensive fires to repel and/or delay penetration into hospital
defense.

f.
Treats casualties. (08-2-0314.08-705L) NOTE: See task 08-2-0314.08-705L for detailed treatment and evacuation procedures.

g.
Conducts battlefield stress reduction and prevention procedures. (08-2-

R303.08-705L) NOTE: See task 08-2-R303.08-705L for detailed procedures.
h.
Reports casualties to the TOC, as required.

i.
Evacuates casualties...

j.
Forwards SITREP to TOC.

k.
Replaces injured key personnel.

I.
Replaces weapons that are destroyed during the engagement, if available.

m.
Continues patient care.

3. Hospital reacts to indirect fire. (031-503-1015, 031-503-1023, 031-503-1035,
031-503-3002, 031-503-3008, 071-326-0510, 071-326-3002, 071-410-0002)

a.
Sounds alarm.

b.
Relocates patients to protected areas, if possible.

c.
Seeks overhead cover protection of defensive fighting position.

d.
Dons protective mask within 9 seconds (with hood, within 15 seconds).

e.
Forwards SHELREP to TOC.

f.
Conducts standard unmasking procedures, if chemical alarms or detector
paper is not available.

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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.PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC INJURY/CONTAMINATION WITH MISSION-ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) GEAR
031-503-1023.PROTECT YOURSELF FROM NBC
INJURY/CONTAMINATION WHEN
CHANGING MOPP GEAR

031-503-1035.PROTECT YOURSELF FROM CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION USING YOUR ASSIGNED PROTECTIVE MASK
031-503-3002.CONDUCT UNMASKING PROCEDURES
031.503-3008.IMPLEMENT MISSION-ORIENTED
PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP)
071-004-0001.Maintain an M9 Pistol
071-004-0003.Load an M9 Pistol
071-004-0004.Unload an M9 Pistol
071-004-0006.Engage Targets with an M9 Pistol
071-311-2025.Maintain an M16-Series Rifle
071-326-0510.React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted
071-326-0511.React to Flares
071-326-3002.React to Indirect Fire While Mounted
071-329-1019.Use a Map Overlay
071-410-0002.React to Direct Fire While Mounted
071-430-0002.Conduct a Defense by a Squad
071-430-0006.Conduct a Defense by a Platoon
081-831-1.046.TRANSPORT A CASUALTY
081-831-1054.EVACUATE CASUALTIES
113-600-2001.Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone
113-637-2001.Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a

Secure Net 181-105-1001.Comply with the Law of War and the Geneva and Hague Conventions 181-105-2002.Conduct Combat Operations According to the Law of War 301-371-1000.REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION
5 M TOTAL
References
STP 21-1-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 21-1-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 21-1-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 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS
Task Number. Task Title References

08-2-0314.08-705L TREAT HOSPITAL CASUALTIES ARTEP 8-705-MTP
5 - 259 . ( DODDOA-012736
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS
..
References
Task Number Task Title
.
08-2-R303.08-705L CONDUCT BATTLEFIELD STRESS ARTEP 8-705-MTP
REDUCTION AND PREVENTION
PROCEDURES

OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
TASK: CONDUCT AIR ATTACKS (08-0PFOR-1006)
CONDITION: OPFOR elements in the rear area have forwarded the positions of enemy support sites and/or the locations of road march elements. OPFOR aircraft have been dispatched to attack enemy installations or convoys.
STANDARD: Locate C2 site(s) or convoys. Make attack runs on designated target(s). Destroy enemy equipment, supplies, vehicles, and personnel.
TASK: CONDUCT RAID (08-OPFOR-1009)
CONDITION: OPFOR element has occupied an objective rally point and has orders to conduct a raid on a CSS base.
STANDARD: Surprise enemy forces. Assault enemy support base and accomplish assigned tasks. Destroy specified equipment and supplies. Avoid decisive engagement. Withdraw all personnel from objective area(s) within time prescribed. Obtain all PIR from raid site.
TASK: ATTACK (08-OPFOR-1010)
CONDITION: Enemy rear area CSS base has been located by OPFOR element. PIR and other intelligence requirements has been obtained by OPFOR patrols. OPFOR element has automatic and anti-armor weapons, and light mortars. OPFOR element is approximately the size of two platoons.
STANDARD: Develop an attack plan. Initiate attack using a scheme of maneuver that exploits enemy flanks, gaps, and weaknesses. Use covered and concealed routes to approach enemy units' flanks, gaps, or weakly held areas. Employ indirect fire to support attack. Penetrate enemy defenses. Destroy equipment and supplies. Inflict casualties. Isolate the CSS base by blocking reinforcements. Force enemy units to displace. Withdraw before CSS base is reinforced with tactical combat forces.
TASK: MAINTAIN CONTACT (08-0PFOR-1011)
CONDITION: OPFOR element is tactically engaged with enemy base defense forces. Enemy forces are withdrawing under pressure.
STANDARD: Engage enemy forces decisively. Advance own unit or forces as enemy withdraws. Inflict casualties.
TASK: CONDUCT TERRORIST AND SABOTEUR ATTACKS (08-0PFOR-1013)
CONDITION: OPFOR dispatches small teams into enemy rear area to disrupt CSS operations.
STANDARD: Locate rear support bases and C2 facilities. Delay and disrupt CSS operations through probes. Infiltrate CSS bases to conduct sabotage and terrorist activities. Inflict casualties. Destroy supplies and equipment.
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DODDOA-012737
ELEMENTS: DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM LITTER BEARER SECTION OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B
TASK: REORGANIZE HOSPITAL DEFENSE (63-2-1026.08-705L) (FM 7-20) (AR 200-1) (AR 385-10) (AR 600-8-1) (FM 21-11) (FM 21-75) (FM 3-05.70) (FM 3-100.4) (FM 3-3) (FM 3-4) (FM 3-5) (FM 3-7) (FM 4-02.7) (FM 55-30) (FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-14) (FM 8-10-6) (FM 8-55) (TC 3-34.489)
ITERATION:. 1.2 3.
4.5.M.(Circle)
"COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Contact with attacking threat elements is broken. Threat has withdrawn from immediate area. The hospital maintains a high state of readiness. Further threat assaults can occur. The hospital sustains casualties and damage to defensive positions. Hospital may camouflage when directed by a commander of least brigade level or equivalent. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Hospital defenses are reorganized within the time prescribed by hospital commander. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors increase defense reorganization completion time.
ARTEP 8-705-MTP
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
* 1. Hospital commander and leaders supervise reorganization of hospital defenses.
(071-326-5704, 071-430-0003, 071-430-0004, 071-430-0007, 071-430-0008,
113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 301-371-1000)
a. Identify status of personnel, patients, weapons, equipment, and supplies
(including medical).. .
b. Fill key leadership positions.
c. Reassign personnel to defensive positions most critical to hospital defense.
d. Supervise distribution or redistribution of ammunition.
e. Request ammunition resupply from supply and service division.
f. Reassign defensive positions and areas of fire. ..
g. Supervise replacement and/or reconstruction of defensive positions,
camouflage, and barriers. .
h. Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
i. Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
j. Prepare updated hospital defense sketch.
k. Forward sketch to the BCOC and/or medical brigade operations
branch/medical group S2/S3 section.
I. Forward personnel, weapons, supplies, and equipment status report to the
BCOC and/or medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3
section.
2. Hospital performs defensive reorganization activities. (052-191-1361, 052-191-
1362, 071-004-0001. , 071-311-2025, 071-326-5703, 081-831-1046, 081-831-
1054, 101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 301-371-1000, 805C-PAD­
2060). .
a. Mans all critical defensive positions.
b. Redistributes ammunition to all defensive positions.
c. Reports ammunition status to TOC.
d. Occupies newly assigned defensive positions.
e. Establishes new areas of fire.
f. Performs PMCS on assigned weapons.
g. Reconstructs defensive positions.
h. Reconstructs man-made barriers.
i. Replaces damaged camouflage, if previously directed to camouflage.
j. Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
k. Employs environmental protection procedures JAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
I. Reports all threat activities to TOC.
m. Treats casualties. (08-2-0314.08-705L)
NOTE: See task 08-2-0314.08-705L for detailed treatment and evacuation
procedures.
n. Conducts battlefield stress reduction and prevention procedures. (08-2- .
R303.08-705L)
NOTE: See task 08-2-R303.08-705L for detailed procedures.
o. Reports casualties to the TOC.
p. Evacuates casualties.
q. Reports casualties to the TOC.

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 CAMOUFLAGE YOURSELF AND YOUR STP 21-1-SMCT
INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT
052-191-1362 CAMOUFLAGE EQUIPMENT STP 21-1-SMCT
071-004-0001 Maintain an M9 Pistol STP 21-1-SMCT
071-311-2025 Maintain an M16-Series Rifle STP 21-1-SMCT
071-326-5703 Construct Individual Fighting Positions STP 21-1-SMCT
071-326-5704 Supervise Construction of a Fighting Position STP 21-24-SMCT
071-430-0003 Consolidate a Squad Following Enemy STP 21-24-SMCT

Contact While in the Defense
071-430-0004 Reorganize a Squad Following Enemy STP 21-24-SMCT
Contact While in the Defense
071-430-0007 Consolidate a Platoon Following Enemy STP 21-24-SMCT
Contact While in the Defense
071-430-0008 Reorganize a Platoon Following Enemy STP 21-24-SMCT

Contact While in the Defense
081-831-1046 TRANSPORT A CASUALTY STP 21-1-SMCT
081-831-1054 EVACUATE CASUALTIES STP 21-24-SMCT
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT

cleanliness, and serviceability
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
301-371-1000 REPORT INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION STP 21-1-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
08-2-0314.08-705L TREAT HOSPITAL CASUALTIES ARTEP 8-705-MTP
08-2-R303.08-705L CONDUCT BATTLEFIELD STRESS ARTEP 8-705-MTP
REDUCTION AND PREVENTION
PROCEDURES

OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
DODD0A-012740
ELEMENTS: HOSP OPERATIONS SECT HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM OPERATING ROOM D ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD RADIOLOGY SERVICE HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK PT SERVICE UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM
TASK: PREPARE FOR HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES OPERATIONS
(08-1-0225.08-705L) (AR 220-1). (AR 40-61) (AR 710-2) (DA PAM 710-2-1).(FM 100-19) (FM 100-20) (FM 101-5). (FM 3-0) (FM 3-11.21) (FM 3-3). (FM 3-4) (FM 3-5)
(FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14) (FM 8-10-6) (FM 8-42). (FM 8-55) (FM 8-9) (TC 3-34.489). (TG 244)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. The operations section has been assigned the responsibility of providing plan(s) for hospitalization support and services plan(s). The medical brigade/medical group commander's decision and concept of support operations are available. Hospitalization support and services requirements for theater operations have been determined. The hospital commander has provided planning guidance. Air, ground, and/or NBC attacks may be conducted. Current status reports are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: The plan for hospitalization support and services conforms to the medical brigade/medical group commander's concept of operations and guidance established from hospital
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commander. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors increase completion time for hospitalization support and services operations.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Operations section develops hospitalization support and services plan.
a.
Identifies hospitalization resources available.

b.
Coordinates with the medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3 for
hospitalization support and services priorities.

c.
Formulates a hospitalization support and services base plan IAW FM 8-42,
FM 8-55, and TSOP.. ,

d.
Coordinates with the medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3 for
the attachment and detachment of medical augmentation.

e.
Plans alternate location for the hospital.

f.
Identifies communications and control procedures which will expedite
patient regulating and dispositions.

g.
Coordinates with medical brigade DCSPER/medical group S1 for patient
RTD procedures.

h.
Identifies additional command policies or directives pertaining to
hospitalization support and services operations which may cause revisions
to the hospitalization support and services plan.

i.
Establishes procedures for further evacuation of patients.

j.
Incorporates input from hospital elements into the hospitalization support
and services plan.

k.
Modifies existing plans as the situation dictates.

I.
Forwards plan to medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3.

2. Administrative services personnel prepare hospital administration support plan.
a.
Develop procedures for personnel administration support for the hospital.

b.
Develop procedures for the admission, disposition, records, and reports of
patients.

c.
Develop procedures for nutrition care division services for patients and staff
IAW CSOP.

d.
Develop procedures for supply and service division functions.

e.
Develop procedures for hospital operations, security, communications,
deployment, and relocation.

3. Professional services prepare the hospital treatment plan.
a.
Develop procedures for hospital clinical service support.

b.
Develop procedures for pharmacy, laboratory, blood bank, and radiology
services.

c.
Develop procedures for supervision of nursing service personnel.

d.
Develop procedures for the ICU, ICW, MCW, patient support section, and
NP ward and consultation service.

e.
Develop procedures for TRIAGE/EMT/PREOP and litter bearer service.

f.
Develop procedures for the OR, CMS, orthopedic cast clinic, and OR/CMS
control team.

g.
Develop procedures for inpatient medical A activities.

h.
Develop procedures for dental service for staff and patients.

i.
Develop procedures for PT/OT service.

j.
Forward treatment plan to hospital commander for approval or modification.

4. Hospital ministry team prepares the hospital ministry support plan. (01-1631.00-0017, 01-1671.00-0002, 805D-208-2102, 805D-211-1102, 805D-211-2101)
a. Develops procedures for religious support and pastoral care for staff and
patients.

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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
b. Forwards ministry support plan to hospital commander for approval or modification.
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
01-1631.00-0017 Develop the Battalion Portion of the STP 16-5611-0FS
Command Master Religious Plan
01-1671.00-0002 Develop a Religious Support Plan STP 16-5611-0FS
805D-208-2102 Prepare the Command Master Religious Plan STP 16-56M25-SM-TG

(CMRP)
805D-211-1102 Extract Pertinent Unit Ministry Team (UMT) STP 16-56M10-SM
Information from an Operation Order
(OPORD)

805D-211-2101 Prepare Unit Ministry Team (UMT) Input to STP 16-56M25-SM-TG
Staff Estimates, OPLANs and OPORDS

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENT: HOSP OPERATIONS SECT
TASK: COORDINATE HOSPITALIZATION SUPPORT AND SERVICES OPERATIONS (08-1-0226.08-705L) (AR 220-1). (AR 40-61). (AR 710-2) (DA PAM 710-2-1).(FM 100-19). (FM 100-20) (FM 101-5). (FM 3-0). (FM 3-100)
(FM 3-11.21). (FM 3-3). (FM 3-4)
(FM 3-5). (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)
(FM 8-42). (FM 8-55). (FM 8-9)
(TC 3-34.489). (TG 244)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. Additional hospitalization support and services requirements are being generated as a result of tactical operations. The CHS annex from the medical brigade/medical group OPORD and TSOP are available. Initial contact has been made with supported theater level element. Threat has the capability to launch a NBC attack into hospital's and subordinate elements' areas. Contingency plans for hospitalization augmentation support have been developed and approved by the medical brigade/medical group commander. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. The hospital commander has elected to locate outside the shelter and has appointed a liaison Off to coordinate C2 functions between himself and the staff. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Hospitalization support and services requirements are coordinated with the medical brigade operations branch/ medical group S2/S3 section for additional support at the times specified in the medical brigade/medical group CHS annex and the hospital TSOP. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors increase hospitalization support and services coordination completion time.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Operations section processes support request from the medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3 and hospital elements.

a.
Authenticates the accuracy of the support request.

b.
Identifies the hospitalization support and services and service
requirements.

c.
Establishes priority for requested support.

d.
Provides warning order to hospital elements or any attached medical asset
selected for hospitalization support and services mission.

e.
Coordinates through the medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3
for additional hospitalization augmentation support.

f.
Requests NBC decontamination support from the medical brigade
operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

g.
Requests additional CHS IAW with the CHS annex of the medical
brigade/medical group OPORD and TSOP.

2. Operations section coordinates hospitalization support and services operations
for execution of mission requirements.

a.
Requests aeromedical evacuation or GA support through the medical
brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

b.
Monitors implementation of hospitalization support and services plan to
determine when to direct or shift priorities IAW TSOP.

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c.
Requests additional hospitalization support and services IAW
OPLAN/OPORD and TSOP.

d.
Forwards all medical information of potential intelligence value to the
medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

3. Operations section monitors hospital operations.
a.
Maintains current status of all essential equipment.

b.
Verifies PMCS activities within the hospital for compliance with TSOP.

c.
Verifies levels of all classes of supplies in coordination with the supply and
service division to determine operational capabilities.

d.
Verifies personnel strength and replacements through the administrative
division to determine operational capabilities.

e.
Maintains a current list of hospital shortcomings.

f.
Verifies the efficiency and flexibility of hospitalization support and services
operations.

g.
Provides daily readiness update to hospital commander and medical
brigade/medical group HQ.

4. Operations section updates NBC hospitalization support and services plan.
a.
Coordinates NBC updates with medical brigade operations branch/medical
group S2/S3 section.

b.
Identifies status of contaminated and uncontaminated supplies.

c.
Plans resupply of medical equipment and supplies for patients.

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 Task Number Task Title. References
08-1-0225.08-705L PREPARE FOR HOSPITALIZATION.ARTEP 8-705-MTP
SUPPORT AND SERVICES OPERATIONS
63-1-1040.08-705L MAINTAIN COMMUNICATIONS.ARTEP 8-705-MTP

OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
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ELEMENTS: COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV
TASK: PROVIDE PERSONNEL SERVICE SUPPORT (63-1-1042.08-705L)
(FM 12-6) (AR 190-8) (AR 25-50)
(AR 380-19) (AR 380-5) (AR 600-8)
(AR 600-8-101) (AR 600-8-22) (AR 600-8-6)
(AR 614-200) (DA PAM 600-8-1) (DA PAM 600-8-2)

(DA PAM 611-21) (FM 19-10) (FM 19-4)
(FM 3-3) (FM 3-4) (FM 3-5)
(FM 63-3) (FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-14)

. ITERATION:. 1.2 3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital HQ has analog and/or digital communications with higher and lower HQ. The medical brigade/medical group HQ OPORD with all annexes, status reports, maps, overlays, and other required documents has been forwarded to the commander (or his digital device, when available). Hospitalization support and services operations have commenced. The hospital HQ CP and administrative areas are operational. Personnel rosters are available. Casualties, transfers, and EPW cause personnel actions and adjustments. The medical brigade/medical group and hospital CHS annexes are available. The hospital TSOP and OPORD are available. This task may be performed under all environmental conditions. The hoOitalmay be subject to attack by threat forces, NBC attack, or radiological fallout. Although SCPE is on hand, the administrative division/company HQ operates in field expedient or natural shelters under reduced manpower conditions. This task is performed under all environmental conditions, both day and night. The unit is subject to air, NBC, and ground threat forces attack. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: PSS actions are processed at 95 percent accuracy within 24 hours of receipt request. All PSS activities are conducted IAW TSOP and OPORD. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors decreases PSS to minimum actions.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Administrative division performs strength accounting. (121-014-3474, 121-014-
3478, 121-014-3480, 121-014-3482, 121-014-3484, 121-014-3486, 121-014-
3488, 121-014-3490, 121-014-3494, 121-015-3011)

a.
Consolidates element's personnel status reports.

b.
Forwards personnel status report medical brigade DCSPER/medical group
S1 NLT time specified in OPORD/TSOP.

c.
Updates personnel roster to reflect status of all personnel.

d.
Prepares PSR IAW TSOP and FM 12-6.

e.
Briefs PSR to hospital commander and staff.

f.
Forwards PSR-Part 1, Personnel Daily Summary through command
channels to medical brigade DCSPER/medical group S1.

g.
Forwards PSR-Part 2; Personnel Requirements Report through AG
channels to supporting servicing agency.

h.
Prepares wartime SIDPERS transactions IAW DA Pam 600-8-1.

i.
Inspects SIDPERS personnel transaction registers to resolve strength
imbalances.

2. Administrative division processes replacements. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001,
805C-PAD-2060, 805C-PAD-2461)

a. Establishes a replacement receiving point.
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b. Assigns replacements based on unit requirements, priority of requirements,
and MOS.
c. Prepares arrival transactions and data cards.
d. Briefs replacements on unit assignment and tactical situations.
e. Updates hospital's personnel roster.
f. Coordinates with company HQ further processing of newly assigned
personnel.
3. Administrative division processes casualty feeder reports. (121-014-3474,
805C-PAD-2060, 805C-PAD-2461)
a. Verifies casualty feeder reports and witness statements from company HQ •
for completeness and accuracy.
b. Corrects casualty status and identity data based on input from company HQ
commander and mortuary affairs elements.
c. Prepares SIDPERS deceased transaction and a SIDPERS organization
strength report change for KIAs and MIAs (after 90 days).
d. Forwards casualty data and transactions to medical brigade
DCSPER/medical group S1.
4. Administrative division coordinates internal hospital support. (081-831-1047,
081-831-9000, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 151-357-0002)
a. Calculates probable internal hospital support requirements.
b. Coordinates with PAD for normal and emergency evacuation.
c. Coordinates with professional service for routine and emergency use policy
of medical and dental facilities. . ,
d. Monitors routine and emergency treatment and evacuation procedures to
determine strength changes.
e. Monitors hospital PVNTMED measures to ensure compliance with TSOP.
f. Develops battle stress management plan.
g. Monitors implementation of combat stress control management plan to
ensure hospital support is provided to subordinate elements.
5. Company HQ processes replacements.
..a. Inspects all replacement personnel for proper weapons, equipment,
clothing, and shot records.
b. Briefs replacements on tactical situation.
c. Briefs replacements on specific duties.
d. Issues required supplies and equipment.
e. Escorts replacements to assigned area.
f Records replacement data on personnel roster.
6. Administrative division administers EPW program. (113-600-2001, 113-637-
2001, 151-357-0002, 301-371-1200)
a. Identifies collection sites within the hospital and those operated by the
supporting MP element.
b. Coordinates evacuation with supporting MP.
c. Forwards enemy medical materiel to the supply and service division.
d. Coordinates CHS requirements with the TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT.
e. Procures collection point(s) guards from subordinate elements.
f. Coordinates evacuation of EPW from the hospital area to MP collection
point with operation section.

DODD0A-012747

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
081-831-1047 SUPERVISE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF STP 21-24-SMCT
PREVENTIVE MEDICINE POLICIES
081-831-9000 IMPLEMENT PREVENTIVE MEDICINE STP 21-24-SMCT

MEASURES (PMM) '
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
121-014-3474 REVIEW CASUALTY REPORTS STP 12-75H35-SM-TG
121-014-3478 REVIEW SIDPERS INPUT STP 12-75H35-SM-TG
121-014-3480 REVIEW THE PROCESSING OF THE STP 12-75H35-SM-TG

PERSONNEL TRANSACTION REGISTER
BY ORIGINATOR (PTRO)
121-014-3482 REVIEW PERSONNEL TRANSACTION STP 12-75H35-SM-TG
REGISTER BY UNIT (PTRU)
121-014-3484 REVIEW THE UNIT PERSONNEL STP 12-75H35-SM-TG
ACCOUNTABILITY NOTICES
121-014-3486 REVIEW THE PROCESSING JUMPS STP 12-75H35-SM-TG
TRANSACTION REPORTS
121-014-3488 REVIEW PERSONNEL ASSET INVENTORY STP 12-75H35-SM-TG
(PAI)

121-014-3490 REVIEW UNIT STRENGTH STP 12-75H35-SM-TG
RECONCILIATION, USING THE
PERSONNEL ZERO STRENGTH BALANCE
REPORT

121-014-3494 REVIEW C2SRS STP 12-75H35-SM-TG
121-015-3011 REVIEW DUTY STATUS CHANGE (DYST) STP 12-75H35-SM-TG
151-357-0002 Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) STP 21-24-SMCT

Operations
301-371-1200 PROCESS CAPTURED MATERIEL STP 21-24-SMCT
805C-PAD-2461 Maintain Accountability of Personnel (Status STP 21-24-SMCT

Report)
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
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ELEMENTS: UNIT HEADQUARTERS COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV SUP & SVC DIV (AUG)
TASK: PROVIDE ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE SUPPORT (63-1-1043.08-705L) (FM 12-6) (AR 1-201) (AR 190-11) (AR 190-13) (AR 200-1) (AR 215-1) (AR 25-1) (AR 25-50) (AR 27-1) (AR 27-10) (AR 380-5) (AR 385-10) (AR 600-15) (AR 600-20) (AR 600-38) (AR 600-8-1) (AR 600-8-10) (AR 600-8-19) (AR 600-8-2) (AR 600-8-22) (AR 614-185) (AR 614-200) (DA PAM 600-8) (DA PAM 600-8-1) (DA PAM 600-8-2) (DA PAM 611-21) (DOD 4525.6-M VOL 2) (FM 100-10) (FM 14-100) (FM 21-20) (FM 27-1) (FM 3-100.4) (FM 3-19.1) (FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-14) (IPDS USER MANUAL 302) (TC 3-34.489)
ITERATION:. 1.2 3 4.
5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital HQ has analog and/or digital communications with higher and lower HQ. The medical brigade/medical group HQ OPORD with all annexes, status reports, maps, overlays, and other required documents has been forwarded to the commander (or his digital device, when available). Hospitalization support and services operations have stabilized. Administrative support activities have increased. Subordinate elements are requesting morale, welfare, and recreation support. The medical brigade/medical group and hospital OPORDs are available. The hospital TSOP is available. This task is performed under all environmental conditions, both day and night. The hospital is subject to air, NBC, and ground threat forces attack. Although SCPE may be on hand, the administrative division operates in field-expedient and natural shelters under reduced manpower conditions. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: All administrative actions are processed and forwarded IAW TSOP and OPORD within the time prescribed. All morale support resources are employed in a manner that enhances and sustains soldier morale within the hospital. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors increases time required to perform administrative actions.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
1. Administrative division provides mail service. (121-005-1201, 121-005-1205,
121-005-1208, 121-005-1211, 121-005-1212, 121-005-1216, 121-005-1218,
121-005-1222, 121-005-1223, 121-005-1227, 121-005-1240, 850-001-2000)

a.
Maintains situational awareness at all times.

b.
Maintains current locations of all subordinate elements.

c.
Collects mail from supporting postal activity for all subordinate elements.

d.
Sorts mail by element and location.

e.
Delivers all mail to subordinate elements.

f.
Returns all undelivered mail to supporting postal activity.

g.
Employs safety procedures AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

2. Administrative division operates distribution center. (121-004-1223, 121-004-
1224, 121-004-1518, 121-030-1507, 805C-PAD-3594)

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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
a.
Collects correspondence from all subordinate elements.

b.
Forwards all correspondence to appropriate elements.

c.
Secures classified materials IAW AR 190-13, TSOP, and local directives.

3. Administrative division processes promotion recommendations. (121-014-3418, 121-014-3420, 121-015-3007, 805C-PAD-2402)
a.
Forwards all promotion requests to medical brigade PAS/medical group S1 section and servicing personnel elements.

b.
Maintains suspense file on all forwarded promotion actions.

4. Administrative division administers awards program. (121-014-3450, 121-014-3452, 805C-PAD-2044, 805C-PAD-2402)
a.
Inspects incoming award recommendations for accuracy and
completeness.

b.
Forwards all recommendations to medical brigade PAS/medical group S1 section and supporting personnel elements.

c.
Maintains suspense file on all award recommendations.

5. Administrative division processes UMCJ actions. (121-002-1302, 121-002-1303, 121-002-1305, 121-002-1306, 121-002-1307, 121-002-1309, 121-002-1310, 121-002-1311, 121-002-1313, 121-002-1314, 121-002-1316, 121-002-1319, 121-002-2501, 121-002-2502, 121-002-2504, 121-002-2505, 121-015-3005, 805C-PAD-2402, 805C-PAD-2407)
a.
Prepares flagging actions requested by subordinate units.

b.
Processes flagging actions from subordinate units.

c.
Prepares judicial and nonjudicial proceedings documents.

d.
Coordinates judicial actions with hospital and company HQ commanders.

e.
Forwards all documents to medical brigade PAS/medical group S1 section.

f.
Processes all appeals IAW AR 27-10.

6. Administrative division processes personnel and finance actions and SIDPERS transactions. (121-014-3478, 121-026-3004, 805C-PAD-2402)
a.
Verifies changes for accuracy and completeness.

b.
Prepares SIDPERS input data IAW DA Pam 600-8-1 and DA Pam 600-8-2.

c.
Forwards all completed actions to medical brigade PAS/medical group S1 section and supporting personnel servicing element.

d.
Reports SIDPERS disposition to initiating unit(s).

e.
Coordinates financial support or commercial vending services.

7. Administrative division performs administrative functions. (101-92Y-0006, 121-004-1203, 121-004-1205, 121-004-1207, 121-004-1208, 121-004-1216, 121-004-1223, 121-004-1224, 121-004-1227, 121-004-1228, 121-004-1515, 121-004-3533, 121-004-3539, 121-014-3462, 121-031-3471, 121-031-3527)
a.
Maintains leave control log.

b.
Maintains duty rosters.

c.
Prepares military correspondence.

d.
Maintains required functional files.

e.
Forwards all recurring reports to appropriate activity IAW TSOP and OPORD.

f.
Maintains required regulations, publications, and SOPs IAW TSOP.

g.
Maintains inventory levels of publications and/or blank forms.

h.
Provides reproduction services.

i.
Performs PMCS.

8. Administrative division provides MWR support. a..Identifies subordinate MWR requirements.
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b.
Identifies supporting MWR capabilities and resources allocated to the
hospital.

c.
Provides recommendation to the hospital commander on prioritization of
MWR support to subordinate units.

d.
Coordinates MWR support deliveries IAW the hospital commander's
priority.. . .

9. Administrative division coordinates external MWR support. (113-600-2001, 113-
637-2001, 151-357-0002)

a.
Coordinates for newspapers, books, magazines, and other publications with
medical brigade PAS/medical group S1 section.

b.
Coordinates for personal sundry items with the medical brigade logistics
section/medical group S4 section.

c.
Coordinates for musical, tactical PX, rest and recuperation support with
medical brigade PAS/medical group S1 section.

d.
Coordinates motion pictures and other entertainment with medical brigade
PAS/medical group S1 section.

e.
Coordinates additional religious support with medical brigade/medical group
UMT.

10. Supply and service division performs equipment status reporting.
a.
Consolidates elements' equipment status reports.

b.
Forwards equipment status reports to medical brigade DCSLOG/medical
group NLT time specified in OPORD and TSOP.

c.
Updates equipment status rosters to accurately reflect status.

11. Company HQ provides health, welfare, and morale support.
a.
Distributes specialty packs and sundry items IAW OPORD/TSOP.

b.
Monitors hospital sleep and rest plan for compliance with TSOP.

c.
Supervises physical conditioning program.

d.
Coordinates with supply and service division for bath, laundry, and clothing
exchange support.

e.
Coordinates with hospital chaplain for religious activity support.

f.
Disseminates health, welfare, and morale support information to all hospital
elements.

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 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
121-002-1302 PROCESS SOLDIER FOR CONFINEMENT STP 12-71D15-SM-TG
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SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
121-002-1303 PROCESS AN ARTICLE 32 INVESTIGATION STP 12-71D15-SM-TG
121-002-1305 PROCESS COURT-MARTIAL CHARGE STP 12-71D15-SM-TG
SHEET (DD FORM 458) FOR PREFERRAL
121-002-1306 PREPARE COURT-MARTIAL CONVENING STP 12-71D15-SM-TG
ORDER
121-002-1307 PREPARE REFERRAL TO TRIAL STP 12-71D15-SM-TG
121-002-1309 PREPARE REPORT OF JUDICIAL AND STP 12-71D15-SM-TG
DISCIPLINARY ACTIVITY
121-002-1310 PROCESS SPECIAL COURT-MARTIAL STP 12-71D15-SM-TG
SUMMARIZED RECORD OF TRIAL
121-002-1311 PREPARE INITIAL COURT-MARTIAL STP 12-71D15-SM-TG
PROMULGATING ORDER
121-002-1313 PROCESS RECORD OF TRIAL BY STP 12-71D15-SM-TG
SUMMARY COURT-MARTIAL (DD FORM
2329)
121-002-1314 PREPARE CONVENING AUTHORITY'S STP 12-71D15-SM-TG
ACTION
121-002-1316 PREPARE RECORD OF INITIAL ACTION STP 12-71D15-SM-TG
UNDER ARTICLE 15, UCMJ
121-002-1319 PREPARE RECORD OF SUPPLEMENTARY STP 12-71D15-SM-TG
ACTION (DA FORM 2627-2)
121-002-2501 PROCESS RECORD OF TRIAL STP 12-71D15-SM-TG
121-002-2502 PREPARE SUBPOENA (DA FORM 453) AND STP 12-71D15-SM-TG
VOUCHERS FOR PAYMENT OF WITNESS
(SF 1156 AND SF 1157)
121-002-2504 PREPARE REPORT OF RESULT OF TRIAL STP 12-71D15-SM-TG
(DA FORM 4430-R)
121-002-2505 REVIEW COURT-MARTIAL CHARGE STP 12-71D15-SM-TG
SHEET (DD FORM 458)
121-004-1203 Type a Letter STP 12-71L12-SM
121-004-1205 TYPE A JOINT MESSAGEFORM STP 12-71L12-SM
121-004-1207 REQUEST RESUPPLY OF PUBLICATIONS STP 12-75B12-SM
AND/OR BLANK FORMS USING DA FORM
4569
121-004-1208 TYPE MILITARY ORDERS STP 12-71L12-SM
121-004-1216 TYPE A SPECIAL PURPOSE STP 12-71L12-SM
MEMORANDUM
121-004-1223 ROUTE INCOMING DISTRIBUTION STP 12-71L12-SM
121-004-1224 DISPATCH OUTGOING DISTRIBUTION STP 12-71L12-SM
121-004-1227 Establish Files STP 12-71L12-SM
121-004-1228 File Documents/Correspondence STP 12-71L12-SM
121-004-1515 POST REGULATIONS AND DIRECTIVES STP 12-71L12-SM
121-004-1518 Receipt/Transfer Classified Material STP 12-71L12-SM
121-004-3533 DRAFT MILITARY CORRESPONDENCE STP 12-75H35-SM-TG
121-004-3539 REVIEW CORRESPONDENCE STP 12-75H35-SM-TG
121-005-1201 ACCEPT DOMESTIC MAIL STP 12-71L12-SM
121-005-1205 ACCEPT DOMESTIC MAIL REQUIRING STP 12-71L12-SM
SPECIAL SERVICES
121-005-1208 ACCEPT INTERNATIONAL POSTAL UNION STP 12-71L12-SM
MAIL
121-005-1211 ACCEPT INTERNATIONAL PARCEL POST STP 12-71L12-SM
121-005-1212 MAINTAIN STAMP STOCK STP 12-71L12-SM
121-005-1216 PROCESS INCOMING REGISTERED MAIL STP 12-71L12-SM

SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
121-005-1218 PROCESS MAIL STP 12-71L12-SM
121-005-1222 DELIVER REGISTERED MAIL STP 12-71L12-SM
121-005-1223 DISPATCH OUTGOING REGISTERED MAIL STP 12-71L12-SM
121-005-1227 CLOSE A REGISTRY SECTION STP 12-71L12-SM
121-005-1240 MAINTAIN POSTAL SUPPLIES STP 12-71L12-SM
121-014-3418 PROCESS SEMI-CENTRALIZED ENLISTED STP 12-75H35-SM-TG
PROMOTIONS SGT THROUGH SSG
121-014-3420 DETERMINE ELIGIBILITY FOR STP 12-75H35-SM-TG
PROMOTION TO 1LT/CW2
121-014-3450 REVIEW AWARDS STP 12-75H35-SM-TG
121-014-3452. REVIEW AWARD OF THE GOOD CONDUCT STP 12-75H35-SM-TG
MEDAL
121-014-3462 PROCESS A REQUEST FOR STP 12-75H35-SM-TG
LEAVE/EMERGENCY LEAVE
121-014-3478 REVIEW SIDPERS INPUT STP 12-75H35-SM-TG
121-015-3005 REVIEW AND MONITOR SUSPENSION OF STP 12-75H35-SM-TG
FAVORABLE PERSONNEL ACTIONS
(FLAGS)
121-015-3007 REVIEW JUNIOR ENLISTED STP 12-75H35-SM-TG
ADVANCEMENTS, PV2 THROUGH SPC
121-026-3004 REVIEW MANAGEMENT OF SIDPERS STP 12-75H35-SM-TG
INPUT/OUTPUT CONTROL
121-030-1507 SAFEGUARD "FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY" STP 12-71L12-SM
(FOUO) MATERIAL
121-031-3471 PERFORM SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION STP 12-75H35-SM-TG
121-031-3527 MONITOR THE MAINTENANCE OF FILES STP 12-75H35-SM-TG
151-357-0002 Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) STP 21-24-SMCT
Operations
805C-PAD-2044 Recommend Individual for Award STP 21-24-SMCT
805C-PAD-2402 Provide Input on Personnel Actions Affecting STP 21-24-SMCT
Subordinates
805C-PAD-2407 Recommend Disciplinary Actior: for a Soldier STP 21-24-SMCT
805C-PAD-3594 Store Classified Information and Materials STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
DODD0A-012753

ELEMENTS: COMPANY HEADQUARTERS SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG)
TASK: PROVIDE UNIT SUPPLY SUPPORT (10-2-C320.08-705L)
(DA PAM 710-2-1) (AR 190-11) (AR 190-51)
(AR 200-1) (AR 385-10) (AR 700-138)
(AR 710-1) (AR 710-2) (AR 725-50)
(AR 735-5) (FM 10-15) (FM 10-27-4)
(FM 3-100.4) (FM 3-3) (FM 3-4)
(FM 3-5) (FM 4-02.7) (FM 8-10)
(FM 8-10-14) (FM 8-42) (FM 8-55)
(TC 3-34.489) (TM 743-200-1)

ITERATION: 1 2 3 4 5 M (Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: T P U (Circle)
CONDITIONS: Supply and service division is receiving requests for supplies from hospital elements. Equipment and supplies are arriving through supply channels, but additional supplies, may be required. Unissued small arms and ammunition are stored in the supply area. Weapons may malfunction during operations. The hospital TSOP and OPORD are available. The supply area has been established and supply support is a continuous task that is performed simultaneously with other support and operational tasks. This task may be performed under all environmental conditions. The hospital may be subject to attack by threat forces, including air, ground, NBC, or DE attack. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Supply, weapon, and ammunition requirements are established by the TSOP and/or OPORD are on hand or are coordinated for use, when needed. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors decreases unit supply support to minimal essential actions.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. HSMO and medical supply NCO direct unit supply operation. (101-92Y-0006, 850-001-3001, 850-001-4001)

a.
Inspect operations by reviewing supply records and status to ensure
compliance with supply regulations, directives, and the TSOP.

b.
Directs inventories of supplies and equipment to calculate assets on hand.

c.
Direct controlled item inventories IAW supply regulations, directives, and
the TSOP.

d.
Inspect unit's supply, equipment, controlled item, weapon, and ammunition
storage areas to ensure compliance with supply regulations, directives, and
the TSOP.

e.
Direct issue of supplies and equipment IAW hospital and/or the TSOP.

f.
Forward supply, weapons, and small arms ammunition requirements to the
medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4.

g.
Monitor safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Monitor environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

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2. Supply SGT supervises unit supply operations.
(101-521-2151, 101-521-2152, 101-521-2154, 101-521-2155, 101-521-2156, 101-521-2158, 101-521-2159, 101-521-2160, 101-521-2161, 101-521-2202, 101-521-2252, 101-521-3101, 101-521-3102, 101-521-3105, 101-521-3107, 101-521-3251, 101-521-3252, 101-521-3253, 101-521-3254, 101-521-4104, 101-92Y-0001, 101-92Y-0003, 101-92Y-0004, 101-92Y-0005, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)
a.
Inspects supply status to determine due in quantity of total assets.

b.
Conducts inventories to calculate assets on hand.

c.
Develops unit supply storage plans.

d.
Monitors supply transactions (including controlled items, if required) to ensure compliance with supply regulations, directives, and the TSOP.

e.
Supervises weapon and ammunition control.

f.
Prepares input to MCSR.

g.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

i.
Conducts external sling load resupply procedures. (10-2-C325.08-705L) NOTE: See task 10-2-C325.08-705L for detailed procedures.

j.
Coordinates with appropriate elements of CMMC and COSCOM CSGs for movement control, nonmedical supplies and equipment, field services (e.g., bath and laundry), and transportation of RTD soldiers to replacement companies.

3. Supply specialist requests additional supplies. (101-521-1151, 101-521-1153, 101-521-1157, 101-521-1163, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)
a.
Coordinates supply requirements with requesting elements.

b.
Calculates resupply requirements.

c.
Records requests on appropriate supply document register.

d.
Maintains adequate supply stock levels IAW the TSOP.

e.
Coordinates resupply requirements with the medical brigade logistics section/medical group S4 section.

4. Supply specialist receives supplies. (101-521-1154, 101-521-1156, 101-521-1163, 101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)
a.
Inspects incoming supplies for quantity and condition IAW supply regulations, directives, and the TSOP.

b.
Records receipt on appropriate supply document register.

c.
Stores supplies, including hazardous, controlled, and other coded material IAW storage plans.

d.
Notifies requesting element that supplies and/or equipment are available for issue.

e.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

f.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

5. Supply specialist issues supplies. (101-521-1155, 101-521-1158, 850-001-2000)
a.
Processes supply requests IAW supply regulations, directives, and the TSOP.

b.
Prepares transaction documents IAW supply regulations, directives, and TSOP.

c.
Issues supplies as prescribed by hospital commander's guidance.

d.
Issues one basic uniform to each RTD soldier, as required.

e.
Maintains prescribed copies of transactions IAW supply regulations and directives.

f.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

g.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

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.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
6. Company HQ armorer maintains small arms and ammunition. (101-521-1201,
101-521-1202, 101-521-1203, 101-521-1204, 101-521-2161, 101-521-3105,
101-521-3107, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)

a.
Processes unit weapons and ammunition IAW the TSOP.

b.
Issues unit weapons and ammunition IAW the TSOP.

c.
Controls stored weapons and ammunition IAW applicable regulations,
directives, and the TSOP.

d.
Requests ammunition resupply from the supply and service division. .

e.
Performs unit-level maintenance on small arms.

f.
Forwards weapons beyond organizational repair capabilities to supporting
maintenance element.

g.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP. _

TASK PERFORMANCE I 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
101-521-1151 ORDER SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT STP 10-92Y1-SM
101-521-1153 REQUEST CANCELLATION OF SUPPLIES STP 10-92Y1-SM
101-521-1154 RECEIVE SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT STP 10-92Y1-SM
101-521-1155 ISSUE SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT TO STP 10-92Y1-SM

HAND-RECEIPT HOLDERS
101-521-1156 STORE SELECTED SUPPLIES AND STP 10-92Y1-SM
EQUIPMENT IN UNIT STORAGE AREAS
101-521-1157 MAINTAIN DUE-IN STATUS FILE FOR STP 10-92Y1-SM

REQUESTED ITEMS
101-521-1158 PREPARE AND MAINTAIN HAND-RECEIPT STP 10-92Y1-SM
AND SUBHAND-RECEIPT FILES
101-521-1163 PREPARE AND MAINTAIN A DOCUMENT STP 10-92Y1-SM
REGISTER
101-521-1201 CONTROL WEAPONS AND AMMUNITION STP 10-92Y1-SM
IN THE ARMS ROOM
101-521-1202 MAINTAIN KEY CONTROL REGISTER FOR STP 10-92Y1-SM

WEAPONS STORAGE AREA
101-521-1203 ISSUE AND RECEIVE UNIT WEAPONS STP 10-92Y1-SM
101-521-1204 PERFORM ORGANIZATIONAL STP 10-92Y1-SM

MAINTENANCE ON SMALL ARMS
101-521-2151 PREPARE A PROPERTY BOOK STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
101-521-2152 POST TRANSACTIONS TO THE MANUAL STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG

PROPERTY BOOK STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
101-521-2154 DETERMINE METHOD OF OBTAINING STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
RELIEF FROM RESPONSIBILITY FOR
LOST, DAMAGED, OR DESTROYED
PROPERTY
101-521-2155 REVIEW AND PROCESS A CASH SALE STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
FOR HAND TOOLS
101-521-2156 REVIEW AND PROCESS A STATEMENT OF STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
CHARGES
101-521-2158 REVIEW AND PROCESS A CASH STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
COLLECTION VOUCHER (CCV)
101-521-2159 REVIEW AND PROCESS A REPORT OF STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
SURVEY
101-521-2160 REVIEW AND PROCESS AN STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUSTMENT REPORT
(AAR)
101-521-2161 REQUEST AND TURN IN AMMUNITION STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
101-521-2202 PLAN FOR THE STORAGE OF SUPPLIES STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
(CLASSES I, III, AND V)
101-521-2252 PREPARE EQUIPMENT TRANSFER, LOSS, STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
OR GAIN REPORT
101-521-3101 ACCOUNT FOR ABSENTEE'S CLOTHING, STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
EQUIPMENT, AND PERSONAL EFFECTS
101-521-3102 DISPOSE OF ABSENTEE'S CLOTHING, STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
EQUIPMENT, AND PERSONAL EFFECTS
101-521-3105 DIRECT THE CONTROL AND SECURITY STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
OF WEAPONS AND AMMUNITION IN UNIT
STORAGE AREA
101-521-3107 INSPECT ORGANIZATIONAL STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
MAINTENANCE OF WEAPONS
101-521-3251 MAINTAIN MANUAL/AUTOMATED HAND STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
RECEIPT
101-521-3252 CONTROL/SUPERVISE PROPERTY STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
ADMINISTRATION IN UNIT SUPPORTED
BY MANUAL/AUTOMATED SYSTEMS
101-521-3253 DIRECT AND CONTROL METHOD OF STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
OBTAINING RELIEF FROM
RESPONSIBILITY FOR LOST, DAMAGED,
OR DESTROYED PROPERTY AT UNIT
LEVEL
101-521-3254 DIRECT THE PLANNING AND STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
FORECASTING OF SUPPLIES (CLASSES I,
III, AND V) AT THE UNIT LEVEL
101-521-4104 PREPARE MATERIEL CONDITION STATUS STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
REPORT
101-92Y-0001 Supervise Supply Activities STP 21-24-SMCT
101-92Y-0003 Enforce Compliance with Supply Discipline STP 21-24-SMCT
Procedures
101-92Y-0004 Enforce Property Accountability Policies STP 21-24-SMCT
101-92Y-0005 Enforce Compliance with Property STP 21-24-SMCT.
Accountability Policies
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT
cleanliness, and serviceability
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT

SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-4001 Integrate Risk Management Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS ..
Task Number Task Title References
102C325.08705L RECEIVE EXTERNAL SLING LOAD ARTEP 8-705-MTP
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RESUPPLY
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) TASK: PROVIDE MEDICAL SUPPLY SUPPORT (08-1-0249.08-705L)
(AR 40-61) (AR 200-1) (AR 710-2) (AR 750-1) (DA PAM 738-750) (FM 3-0) (FM 8-10) (FM 8-55) (TG 244) (AR 190-11) (AR 385-10) (AR 725-50) (DA PAM 710-2-1) (FM 100-20) (FM 3-100.4) (FM 8-10-14) (FM 8-9) (TM 743-200-1) (AR 190-51) (AR 700-138) (AR 735-5) (DA PAM 710-2-2) (FM 10-15) (FM 3-11.21) (FM 8-42) (TC 3-34.489)
ITERATION: 1 2 3 4 5 M (Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: T P U (Circle)

CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. The supply and service division is receiving requests for medical supplies from hospital elements. Medical equipment and supplies are arriving through supply channels, but additional supplies may be required. The hospital may require emergency resupply of Class VIII items. Hazardous and coded material may require storage. Hospital OPORD and TSOP are available. A locator system has been established. Applicable reference materials and TMs are on hand. Medical supply support is a continuous task and is performed simultaneously with other tasks. This task is performed under all environmental conditions. The hospital may be subject to attack by threat forces, including air, ground, NBC, or DE attack. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Medical supply requirements are provided IAW applicable regulations, TSOP, and OPORD. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors decreases medical supply support to minimum essential actions.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. HSMO and medical supply NCO supervises medical supply operations. (081­872-0026, 091-CLT-4029, 101-517-3812, 101-517-3833, 101-517-4801, 101­517-4804, 101-518-2153, 101-518-3107, 101-518-3155, 850-001-2000, 850­001-4001)

a.
Verifies medical supply status to determine total assets.

b.
Manages inventory to calculate assets on hand.

c.
Modifies existing medical supply plans IAW tactical situation, TSOP, and FM 8-55.

d.
Monitors periodic and unscheduled maintenance for compliance with applicable TM(s) and TSOP.

e.
Monitors medical logistics procedures by reviewing logistics transactions for compliance with logistics TSOP.

f.
Finalizes input to MCSR IAW AR 700-138.

g.
Submits adjustment documents for lost, damaged, or destroyed

nonexpendable equipment. NOTE: Medical equipment and supplies are afforded protection under the provisions of the Geneva Conventions.
h.
Monitors quality control procedures for all medical supplies for compliance with logistics TSOP.

i.
Processes emergency requests for resupply.

j.
Manages maintenance of equipment IAW TSOP.

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k.
Monitors safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

I.
Monitors environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

*
2. Medical supply SGT supervises medical supply operation. (081-872-0018, 081-872-0019, 081-872-0024, 081-872-0026, 081-872-0033, 081-872-0034, 081-872-0036, 081-872-0039, 081-872-0042, 081-872-0044, 081-872-0045, 081-872-0046, 081-872-0056, 081-878-0001, 091-CLT-4029, 101-517-1806, 101-517-2801, 101-517-3812, 101-517-3833, 101-517-4801, 101-517-4804, 101-518-2152, 101-518-2153, 101-518-3104, 101-518-3107, 101-518-3155, 101-521-1153, 101-521-1164, 101-521-1170, 101-521-2151, 101-521-2152, 101-521-2154, 101-525-3010, 850-001-2000, 850-001-4001)

a.
Verifies medical status to determine total assets.

b.
Conducts inventories to calculate assets on hand.

c.
Develops supply storage plans.

d.
Monitors medical supply transactions (including controlled items) to ensure compliance with supply regulations, directives, and the TSOP.

e.
Perform quality control of all unit and medical materiel IAW AR 40-61, supply regulations, directives, and the TSOP.

f.
Coordinates emergency resupply methods and procedures with HSMO/medical supply NCO.

g.
Coordinates aircraft support through HSMO/medical supply NCO to medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3 for delivery of supplies, if required.

h.
Processes emergency requests for resupply through HSMO/medical supply NCO to supporting MED BN (LOG) (FWD).

i.
Prepares input to MCSRs IAW AR 700-138.

j.
Submits adjustment documents for lost, damaged, or destroyed non expendable equipment through the HSMO/medical supply NCO to supporting MED BN (LOG) IAW AR 735-5, supply regulations, directives, and the TSOP.

k.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

I.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

3. Medical supply specialist requests additional medical supplies. (081-872-0037, 081-872-0038, 081-872-0043, 081-872-0052, 081-872-0053, 081-872-0054, 081-872-0055, 101-517-1807, 101-517-1808, 101-521-1133, 101-521-1151, 101-521-1152, 101-521-1153, 101-521-1157, 101-521-1163, 101-521-1164, 101-525-1125)
a.
Coordinates supply requirements with requesting elements.

b.
Calculates resupply requirements.

c.
Records requests on supply document register IAW TSOP.

d.
Maintains adequate medical supply stock levels IAW supply regulations, directives, and the TSOP.

e.
Performs PLL procedures for medical repair parts.

f.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

g.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

h.
Forwards requests for medical resupply to supporting MED BN (LOG).

4. Medical supply specialist receives medical supplies. (081-872-0017, 081-872-0018, 081-872-0019, 081-872-0024, 081-872-0033, 081-872-0034, 081-872-0035, 081-872-0036, 081-872-0042, 081-872-0045, 081-872-0047, 081-872-0049, 101-521-1154, 101-521-2151, 101-521-2152, 101-525-1125)
a.
Inspects incoming medical supplies for quantity and condition.

b.
Records receipt on appropriate document register.

c.
Store supplies, including hazardous, controlled, or other coded materiel IAW storage plans and TSOP.

d.
Stores medical gases separately from flammable gases IAW applicable TM(s).

e.
Stores note R and Q items in limited access area IAW TSOP.

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,
DODD0A-012760
ARTEP 8-705-MTP
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
f. Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP. g. Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP. h. Notifies requesting sections that supplies are available for issue.
5. Medical supply specialist issues medical supplies. a. Processes supply requests IAW supply regulations, directives, CHS annex, and the TSOP. b. Prepares transaction documents. c. Issues supplies as prescribed by hospital commander's guidance and the TSOP. d. Maintains prescribed copies of transactions IAW supply regulations, directives, and the TSOP. e. Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP. f. Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP. .
6. Medical supply specialist performs emergency medical resupply. a. Coordinates emergency resupply methods and procedures through the chief supply and service division. b. Transports medical supplies using organic vehicle. c. Issues supplies to all supported medical elements IAW TSOP. d. Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP. e. Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP. _
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 081-872-0017 081-872-0018 081-872-0019 081-872-0024 081-872-0026 081-872-0033 081-872-0034 081-872-0035 081-872-0036 081-872-0037 Task Title STORE CONTROLLED ITEMS PREPARE DESTRUCTION DOCUMENT FOR MEDICAL MATERIEL (DA FORM 3161) REQUEST EXTENSION OF EXPIRATION DATES ON MEDICAL SUPPLIES REPORT MEDICAL MATERIEL COMPLAINTS EVALUATE MEDICAL SUPPLY PERFORMANCE RE-MARK EXPIRATION DATES ON MEDICAL SUPPLIES POST QUALITY CONTROL (MMQC) MESSAGES TO QUALITY CONTROL REGISTER STORE MEDICAL MATERIEL REQUIRING SPECIAL HANDLING SELECT APPROPRIATE METHOD OF DISPOSAL FOR MEDICAL MATERIEL PREPARE DA FORM 3318 FOR THE FIRST DEMAND OF A NONSTOCKED (FRINGE) MEDICAL REPAIR PART References STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG

DODDOA-012761
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number. Task Title
081-872-0038.ADD A MEDICAL REPAIR PART TO THE DEMAND SUPPORTED PRESCRIBED LOAD LIST (PLL)
081-872-0039.SUSPEND MEDICAL MATERIEL FROM ISSUE/USE 081-872-0042.PREPARE AND POST DUE OUT RECORD FOR MEDICAL ITEMS
081-872-0043.COMPUTE AUTHORIZED STOCKAGE LEVELS FOR MEDICAL SUPPLIES USING THE DAYS OF SUPPLY (DOS) COMPUTATION 081-872-0044.MAINTAIN QUALITY CONTROL AND SURVEILLANCE RECORDS FOR TOE MEDICAL ASSEMBLAGES 081-872-0045.PREPARE AND MAINTAIN SUPPLEMENTAL RECORDS FOR EXPIRATION DATED ITEMS 081-872-0046.REPORT EXCESS STOCKAGE OF MEDICAL MATERIEL 081-872-0047.RECORD MEDICAL SUPPLY TRANSACTIONS ON VOUCHER REGISTER 081-872-0049.PROCESS INCOMING MEDICAL SUPPLIES 081-872-0052.CONDUCT SUPPLY TRANSACTIONS USING THEATER ARMY MEDICAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (TAMMIS) 081-872-0053.SHUT DOWN THE ARMY TACTICAL COMMAND CONTROL SYSTEM (ATCCS) 081-872-0054.MAINTAIN DA FORM 3318 FOR NONSTOCKED (FRINGE) MEDICAL REPAIR PARTS 081-872-0055.MAINTAIN THE DEMAND SUPPORTED PRESCRIBED LOAD LIST (PLL) FOR MEDICAL REPAIR PARTS 081-872-0056.PREPARE AN INVENTORY ADJUSTMENT REPORT (IAR) FOR MEDICAL ITEMS 081-878-0001.INVENTORY MEDICAL LINEN 091-CLT-4029.Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) 101-517-1806.EDIT A REQUEST FOR ISSUE 101-517-1807.INTERPRET DOCUMENT IDENTIFIER CODES 101-517-1808.INTERPRET PRIORITY DESIGNATOR CODES 101-517-2801.APPLY PROCEDURES FOR FOLLOW-UP REQUESTS ON REQUISITIONS 101-517-3812.CHECK INVENTORY AND ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES 101-517-3833.IMPLEMENT WARTIME POLICY FOR ACCOUNTABILITY AT SUPPLY SUPPORT ACTIVITIES 101-517-4801.PROVIDE SUPPLY ASSISTANCE TO CUSTOMER UNITS 101-517-4804.INITIATE PREINVENTORY PROCEDURES 101-518-2152.DIRECT THE UNLOADING OF SUPPLIES
References
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
'
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 21-24-SMCT STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
Task Number
101-518-2153
101-518-3104 101-518-3107 101-518-3155 101-521-1133
101-521-1151
101-521-1152
101-521-1153 101-521-1154 101-521-1157
101-521-1163
101-521-1164
101-521-1170
101-521-2151 101-521-2152 101-521-2154
101-525-1125 101-525-3010 850-001-2000 850-001-4001
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Title
CHECK THE PROCESSING OF INCOMING SUPPLIES CONTROL PHYSICAL INVENTORIES REVIEW DISCREPANCY REPORTS PLAN THE USE OF STORAGE SPACE USE THE ARMY MASTER DATA FILE RETRIEVAL MICROFORM SYSTEM (ARMS) ORDER SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT REQUEST SUPPLY STATUS FOR HIGH-PRIORITY REQUESTS REQUEST CANCELLATION OF SUPPLIES RECEIVE SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT MAINTAIN DUE-IN STATUS FILE FOR REQUESTED ITEMS PREPARE AND MAINTAIN A DOCUMENT REGISTER PREPARE AND UPDATE SIGNATURE CARDS (NOTICE OF DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY—RECEIPT FOR SUPPLIES) INVENTORY SETS, KITS, AND OUTFITS; BASIC ISSUE ITEMS; AND ADDITIONAL AUTHORIZATION LIST ITEMS PREPARE A PROPERTY BOOK
POST TRANSACTIONS TO THE MANUAL PROPERTY BOOK DETERMINE METHOD OF OBTAINING RELIEF FROM RESPONSIBILITY FOR LOST, DAMAGED, OR DESTROYED PROPERTY RECEIVE, STORE, ISSUE, AND SHIP GENERAL SUPPLIES DEVELOP STORAGE PLANS FOR FIELD STORAGE OPERATIONS Employ Accident Prevention Measures and Risk Mgt Process Integrate Risk Management Into Platoon
References
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG
STP 8-76J15-SM-TG SIP 8-76J15-SM-TG STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
DOD DOA-012763
ELEMENT: SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV
TASK: PROVIDE LAUNDRY AND BATH SERVICES (08-1-0260.08-705L)
(FM 8-10-14) (FM 100-10) (FM 10-52) (FM 3-100.4) (FM 63-3) (TC 3-34.489) (AR 200-1) (FM 100-20) (FM 10-52-1) (FM 3-11.21) (FM 8-10) (TG 244) (AR 385-10) (FM 10-16) (FM 3-0) (FM 42-414) (FM 8-9) (TM 10-3510-208-12)
ITERATION:. 1.2 . 3.4 . 5 . (Circle)
. ..

COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: T.P U (Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. Laundry and bath element has received requests for laundry and bath services. The portable bath unit is operational. Element may be located in a field site or MOUT environment. The laundry and bath operates day and night. Defense measures are continually employed. TSOP is available. This task may be performed under all environmental conditions. The hospital may be subject to attack by threat forces, NBC attack, or radiological fallout. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. This task should not be trained in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Laundry and bath services are provided to the hospital IAW TSOP and schedules provided by the supply and service division.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
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1. Shower NCO and team chiefs supervise laundry team activities. (091-CLT-4029, 850-001-2000, 850-001-4001)

a.
Implement status reports for equipment, personnel, and reports as required for mission accomplishment.

b.
Inspect laundry and bath for compliance with procedures found in FM 42­

414.
c.
Establish a 24-hour work schedule.

d.
Coordinate with supply and service division for a source of supply of water.

e.
Identify supply requirements.

f.
Coordinate laundry service schedule with supply and service division.

g.
Coordinate bath schedule with company HQ commander.

h.
Supervise waste disposal.

i.
Supervise the conduct of PMCS.

j.
Supervise cleaning of laundry and bath service areas.

k.
Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

I.
Enforce environmental procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

m.
Forward records and reports to hospital HQ.

n.
Coordinate additional laundry and bath support with supply and service division.

2. Laundry personnel provide laundry services.
a.
Process items for laundry.

b.
Classify items by color and type fabric IAW FM 42-414. '

c.
Launder items IAW FM 42-414.

d.
Inspect laundered items for serviceability.. e.. Clean laundry area daily.

f.
Perform PMCS on equipment.

g.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Employ environmental procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

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i. Calculate linen usage rates and linen turn-around time based on daily
patient census and projected MASCAL support.

3. Laundry personnel provide bath services.
a.
Operate portable bath unit.

b.
Post bath schedules.

c.
Perform PMCS on equipment.

d.
Check water level in tanks daily.

e.
Fill water tanks, as necessary.

f.
Clean bath unit area daily.

g.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Employ environmental procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

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
References
Task Number Task Title
091-CLT-4029 Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks STP 21-24-SMCT
and Services (PMCS)
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-4001 Integrate Risk Management Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ARTEP 8-705-MTP
ELEMENTS: HOSP OPERATIONS SECT SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV
TASK: PERFORM UNIT-LEVEL MAINTENANCE (UNIT WITH MAINTENANCE ELEMENT) (43-2-R322.08-705L)
.
(FM 4-30.3) (AR 200-1) (AR 220-1)
(AR 385-10) . (AR 40-61) (AR 700-138)
(AR 750-1) . (AR 750-43) (DA PAM 738-750)
(DA PAM 750-35) .(FM 21-11) (FM 21-305)
(FM 3-100.4) . (FM 3-3) (FM 3-4)
(FM 3-5) . (FM 5-424) (FM 8-10)
.
(FM 8-10-14) . (FM 8-10-6) (FM 9-43-2)
(TB 38-750-2) (TC 3-34.489) (TM 10-5410-228-24)
.
(TM 10-5410-283-14&P) (TM 743-200-1)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Maintenance personnel are receiving requests to repair inoperative equipment. The maintenance areas are established. The hospital performs unit level maintenance on equipment organic to the hospital and attachments. Required equipment, tools, and personnel are available. Operators are performing PMCS on the equipment. Requests for recovery support are received. Some recovery operations must be performed under fire with injured operators still on board. Medical treatment personnel are available for the recovery operations. The hospital TSOP is available. Unit maintenance is a continuous task and is performed simultaneously with other internal support and operational tasks. This task may be performed under all environmental conditions. The hospital may be subject to attack by threat forces, NBC attack, or radiological fallout. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Hospital vehicles and equipment are maintained IAW applicable TM(s), TSOP, and the hospital commander's guidance. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors increase completion times of maintenance activities.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
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1. HSMO and motor SGT direct maintenance program. (091-CLT-3001, 091-CLT-
3009, 091-CLT-4005, 091-CLT-4029, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-
2000, 850-001-3001)

a.
Monitor implementation of unit maintenance program for compliance with
the hospital commander's guidance and the TSOP.

b.
Identify unit operational readiness levels by reviewing vehicle and
equipment status reports.

c.
Request approval from the hospital commander for use of controlled
exchange when required repair parts are not available.

d.
Approve repairs using BDAR procedures when established repair procedures cannot be used. .

e.
Identify current or anticipated maintenance problems to minimize their
impact on unit readiness.

f.
Coordinate with operations sections for medical support of vehicle recovery
operations.

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g.
Coordinate resolution of maintenance problems with the LOG SPT Co, MED. BN (LOG) for medical) and/or medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 (other than medical).

h.
Prepare input to MCSR IAW AR 220-1 and AR 700-138.

i.
Check input to MCSR for accuracy and completeness.

j.
Forward input to MCSR, to hospital commander.

k.
Monitor safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

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2. Hospital element SGTs supervise operator maintenance. (091-CLT-3001, 091-CLT-3009, 091-CLT-4005, 091-CLT-4006, 091-CLT-4013, 091-CLT-4014, 091-CLT-4029, 101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)

a.
Monitor performance of PMCS for compliance of TSOP, applicable. TM(s), and the hospital commander's guidance.

b.
Inspect vehicles, weapons, and equipment to ensure compliance with applicable TM(s), TSOP, and the hospital commander's guidance.

c.
Coordinate maintenance assistance with hospital maintenance element.

d.
Monitor repair parts supply for element's equipment to ensure spare parts are ordered.

e.
Request approval for BDAR through motor SGT.

f.
Maintain maintenance status of all vehicles, weapons, and equipment.

g.
Provide input for MCSR to hospital commander.

h.
Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

i.
Enforce environmental protection procedures JAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

3. Hospital personnel perform operator maintenance. (091-63B-1229, 091-63B-1231, 091-63B-1234, 091-63B-3021, 091-63B-3022, 101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)
a.
Perform PMCS JAW equipment TM(s).

b.
Notify supervisor of maintenance problems beyond operator's capabilities.

c.
Request approval for BDAR through element leader when established repair procedures cannot be used.

d.
Perform BDAR !Mg applicable BDAR manual.

e.
Assist unit maintenance personnel with repairs and services.

f.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and the TSOP.

g.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

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4. Motor SGT supervises motor maintenance operations. (091-CLT-3001, 091-CLT-3003, 091-CLT-3007, 091-CLT-3009, 091-CLT-3014, 091-CLT-4002, 091-CLT-4005, 091-CLT-4006, 091-CLT-4009, 091-CLT-4013, 091-CLT-4014, 091-CLT-4016, 091-CLT-4017, 091-CLT-4018, 091-CLT-4019, 091-CLT-4029, 101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)

a.
Organizes maintenance personnel to efficiently perform unit maintenance activities.

b.
Supervises TAMMS and PLL procedures for completeness and accuracy.

c.
SuperviSes repair and inspection procedures to ensure compliance with applicable references.

d.
Requests BDAR approval from hospital commander when established repair procedures cannot be performed.

e.
Supervises BDAR operations to ensure procedures are carried out IAW applicable BDAR manuals, regulations, and directives.

f.
Coordinates with the operations section for appropriate medical treatment support of vehicle recovery operations.

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g.
Requests approval to use controlled exchange from hospital commander
when required repair parts are not available.

h.
Monitors use of controlled exchange for compliance with the hospital
commander's guidance.

i.
Notifies element leaders upon completion of repairs.

j.
Supervises recovery operations to ensure correct recovery and safety
procedures are used.

k.
Supervises AOAP procedures to ensure testing of oil samples are done at
required intervals.

I.
Coordinates maintenance status with hospital element SGTs.

m.
Provides unit maintenance status to hospital commander.

n.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

o.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

5. Maintenance personnel repair organic equipment. (091-63B-1001, 091-63B-1003, 091-63B-1005, 091-63B-1007, 091-63B-1009, 091-63B-1012, 091-63B-1013, 091-63B-1014, 091-63B-1015, 091-63B-1016, 091-63B-1021, 091-63B-1022, 091-63B-1023, 091-63B-1025, 091-636-1026, 091-63B-1029, 091-63B-1031, 091-63B-1033, 091-63B-1036, 091-636-1037, 091-63B-1038, 091-636-1039, 091-63B-1041, 091-63B-1044, 091-63B-1047, 091-63B-1050, 091-63B-1053, 091-63B-1055, 091-636-1057, 091-63B-1058, 091-63B-1059, 091-636-1061, 091-63B-1066, 091-636-1075, 091-636-1076, 091-63B-1077, 091-63B-1078, 091-636-1081, 091-636-1082, 091-636-1083,.091-63B-1084, 091-636-1088, 091-63B-1091, 091-63B-1097, 091-63B-1098, 091-63B-1100, 091-63B-1105, 091-63B-1106, 091-63B-1107, 091-63B-1108, 091-63B-1109, 091-63B-1110, 091-63B-1112, 091-63B-1114, 091-63B-1117, 091-63B-1124, 091-63B-1129, 091-63B-1139, 091-636-1141, 091-63B-1142, 091-63B-1143, 091-63B-1154, 091-63B-1161, 091-63B-1172, 091-63B-1191, 091-63B-1213, 091-63B-1218, 091-63B-1219, 091-63B-1220, 091-63B-1224, 091-63B-1226, 091-63B-1228, 091-63B-1229, 091-63B-1230, 091-63B-1231, 091-63B-1234, 091-63B-3001, 091-63B-3002, 091-636-3003, 091-63B-3004, 091-636-3005, 091-63B-3006, 091-63B-3007, 091-636-3009, 091-63B-3011, 091-636-3012, 091-636-3015, 091-63B-3016, 091-636-3017, 091-63B-3021, 091-63B-3022, 091-63B-3033, 091-63B-3050, 101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)
a.
Diagnose faults on inoperative equipment. •

b.
Request required repair parts from PLL clerk to complete repairs.

c.
Repair equipment IAW applicable TM(s).

d.
Request approval for BDAR through motor SGT when established repair
procedures cannot be performed.

e.
Perform BDAR IAW applicable BDAR manual.

f.
Request approval for controlled exchange through motor SGT when
required repair parts are not available.

g.
Perform controlled exchange.

h.
Perform final inspection to ensure quality control of repairs.

i.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP...

j.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

k.
Notify hospital element of work completion.

TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
6. Maintenance personnel conduct vehicle recovery operations. (071-329-1019, 081-831-0101, 081-831-1046, 081-831-1054, 091-63B-3132, 091-63B-3133, 091-63B-3200, 091-H8C-2001, 091-H8C-2002, 091-H8C-2003, 091-H8C-2004, 091-H8W-2001, 091-H8W-2002, 091-H8W-2003, 091-H8W-2004, 091-H8W­2005, 091-H8W-2006, 091-H8W-2007, 091-H8W-2008, 091-H8W-2009, 091-H8W-2010, 091-H8W-2011, 091-H8W-2012, 101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113­637-2001, 805C-PAD-2060, 850-001-2000)
a.
Verify location of disabled vehicle(s).

b.
Identify route to disabled vehicle with maximum usable cover and concealment.

c.
Move to disabled vehicle using selected route.

d.
Maintain security while en route to recovery site.

e.
Establish local security at recovery site.

f.
Ensure vehicle is free of booby traps.

g.
Assist in removing casualties from vehicle without causing further injury IAW FM 21-11.

h.
Treat casualties (medical personnel). (08-2-0314.08-705L) NOTE: See task 08-2-0314.08-705L for detailed treatment and evacuation procedures.

i.
Conduct battlefield stress reduction and prevention procedures. (O8-2-

R303.08-705L) NOTE: See task 08-2-R303.08-705L for detailed procedures.
j.
Report casualties, to TOC, as required.

k.
Evacuate casualties, if required.

I.
Recover vehicle to a concealed location. NOTE: If recovery of vehicle is not feasible, camouflage vehicle on site for future recovery or repair.

m.
Perform battle damage assessment to determine if repairs are required or feasible.

n.
Perform repairs on site.

o.
Recover nonrepairable equipment to unit maintenance area.

p.
Request disposition of unrecoverable equipment from the hospital commander.. .

q.
Conduct salvage operations to remove all usable equipment.

r.
Prepare vehicle for destruction IAW TSOP.

s.
Destroy vehicle on order from hospital commander or designated representative.

t.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

u.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

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7. Health service maintenance technician and medical equipment repairer SGT supervise medical equipment repair operations. (081-872-0037, 081-872-0038, 081-872-0043, 081-872-0054, 081-872-0055, 081-874-0001, 081-874-0002, 081-874-0004, 081-874-0006, 081-874-0010, 081-874-0017, 081-874-0019, 081-874-0023, 081-874-0027, 081-874-0031, 081-874-0035, 081-874-0044, 081-874-0046, 091-CLT-3009, 091-CLT-4029, 101-521-1133, 101-521-1151, 101-521-1152, 101-521-1163, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)

a.
Organi±e medical equipment repairer personnel for efficient work flow.

b.
Maintain records, reports, and publications IAW DA Pam 738-750.

c.
Coordinate maintenance status with each hospital element to determine support requirements.

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d.
Coordinate with LOG SPT Co, MED BN (LOG) for repair of items beyond unit's capabilities.

e.
Supervise PLL procedures.

f.
Order supplies and equipment.

g.
Supervise repair and inspection procedures to ensure compliance with applicable references.

h.
Monitor performance of PMCS on medical equipment for compliance of TSOP, applicable TM(s), and the hospital commander's guidance.

i.
Provide medical equipment maintenance status to hospital commander.

j.
Notify hospital element upon completion of repair.

k.
Provide input for MCSR.

I.
Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

m.
Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

8. Medical equipment repairer personnel maintain medical equipment. (081-874-0001, 081-874-0003, 081-874-0005, 081-874-0008, 081-874-0009, 081-874-0010, 081-874-0011, 081-874-0012, 081-874-0018, 081-874-0021, 081-874-0022, 081-874-0024, 081-874-0025, 081-874-0026, 081-874-0029, 081-874-0030, 081-874-0033, 081-874-0034, 081-874-0037, 081-874-0038, 081-874-0039, 081-874-0045, 081-874-0048, 081-874-0049, 081-874-0053, 081-874-0054, 081-874-0055,.081-874-0056, 081-874-0057,.101-521-1133, 101-521-1151, 101-521-1152, 101-521-1163, 101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)
a.
Troubleshoot equipment deficiencies by using proper TMDE.

b.
Classify items to be repaired.

c.
Maintain records, reports, and publications IAW DA Pam 738-750.

d.
Repair medical equipment within capabilities of assigned personnel and TMDE.

e.
Perform technical inspections, tests, PMCS, and condition code classification on medical equipment IAW current directives and TSOP.

f.
Perform cannibalization and controlled exchange IAW AR 40-61, AR 750-1, TSOP, and the hospital commander's guidance.

g.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

9. Medical equipment repairer personnel conduct scheduled periodic services. (081-872-0037, 081-872-0038, 081-872-0043, 081-872-0054, 081-872-0055, 081-874-0001, 081-874-0004, 081-874-0006, 081-874-0008, 081-874-0010, 081-874-0011, 081-874-0012, 081-874-0017, 081-874-0019, 081-874-0020, 081-874-0022, 081-874-0024, 081-874-0026, 081-874-0028, 081-874-0030, 081-874-0032, 081-874-0034, 081-874-0037, 081-874-0039, 081-874-0047, 081-874-0054, 101-521-1133, 101-521-1151, 101-521-1152, 101-521-1163, 101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)
a.
Perform PMCS IAW applicable TM(s) and manufacturer's instructions (in the absence of, or to assist assigned operator).

b.
Perform electrical safety inspections and tests IAW applicable TM(s) and manufacturer's instructions.

c.
Perform CVC operations IAW applicable TM(s) and manufacturer's instructions.

d.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.
e.. Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

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*10. Utilities equipment repairer SGT supervises utilities quartermaster equipment repair operations. (091-CLT-3001, 091-CLT-3007, 091-CLT-30090, 091-CLT­3012, 101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)
a.
Organizes utilities equipment repairer personnel for efficient work flow.

b.
Maintains records, reports, and publications IAW DA Pam 738-750.

c.
Coordinates maintenance status with each hospital element to determine support requirements.

d.
Coordinates with MED SPT Co, MED BN (LOG) for repair of items beyond unit's capabilities.

e.
Supervises PLL procedures.

f.
Orders supplies and equipment.

g.
Supervises repair and inspection procedures to ensure compliance with applicable references.

h.
Monitors performance of PMCS on utilities quartermaster equipment for compliance of TSOP, applicable TM(s), and the hospital commander's guidance.

i.
Provides utilities quartermaster equipment maintenance status to hospital commander.

j.
Notifies hospital element upon completion of repair.

k.
Provides input for MCSR.

I.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

m.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

11. Utilities equipment repairer personnel maintain utilities quartermaster equipment. (091-52C-2001, 091-52C-2002, 091-52C-2003, 091-52C-2004, 091-52C-2005, 091-52C-2008, 091-52C-2009, 091-52C-2011, 091-52C-2012, 091-52C-2014, 091-52C-2016, 091-52C-2019, 091-52C-2021, 091-52C-2023, 091-52C-2024, 091-52C-2030, 091-52C-2031, 091-52C-2033, 091-52C-2037, 091-52C-2038, 091-52C-2039, 091-52C-2040, 091-52C-2041, 091-52C-2042, 091-52C-2043, 091-52C-2044, 091-52C-2045, 091-52C-2073, 091-52C-2074, 091-52C-2075, 091-52C-2078, 091-52C-2080, 091-52C-2081, 091-52C-3001, 091-52C-3008,

091-52C-3009, 091-52C-3010, 091-52C-3044, 091-52C-3045, 091-52C-3046, 091-52C-3062, 091-52C-3063, 091-52C-3064, 091-52C-3073, 091-52C-3074, 091-52C-3075, 091-52C-3076, 091-52C-3085, 101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)

a.
Troubleshoot equipment deficiencies by using proper TMDE.

b.
Classify items to be repaired.

c.
Maintain records, reports, and publications IAW DA Pam 738-750.

d.
Repair utilities quartermaster equipment within capabilities of assigned personnel and TMDE.

e.
Perform technical inspections, tests, PMCS, and condition code classification on medical equipment IAW current directives and TSOP.

f.
Perform cannibalization and controlled exchange IAW AR 40-61, AR 750-1, TSOP, and the hospital commander's guidance.

g.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

12. Power generator equipment maintenance personnel conduct scheduled periodic
services and repairs. (091-52D-1101, 091-52D-1111, 091-52D-1181, 091-52D­1182, 091-52D-1183, 091-52D-1184, 091-52D-1185, 091-52D-1186, 101-92Y­0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)

a. Perform PMCS IAW applicable TM(s) and manufacturer's instructions.
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b.
Perform electrical safety inspections and tests IAW applicable TM(s) and manufacturer's instructions.

c.
Verify faults, diagnosis, and category of maintenance.

d.
Acquire required repair parts.

e.
Repair equipment IAW applicable TM(s) and manufacturer's specifications.

f.
Perform final inspection of completed work.

g.
Plan for emergency power back-up support to critical areas of the hospital.

h.
Operate power generator equipment IAW applicable TM(s) and
manufacturer's instructions.

i.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10.

j.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

13. Quartermaster and chemical equipment repairer personnel conduct scheduled periodic services and repairs. (091-63J-2003, 091-63J-2006, 091-63J-2009, 091-63J-2035, 091-63J-2036, 091-63J-2037, 091-63J-2039, 091-63J-2045, 091-63J-2047, 091-63J-2061, 091-63J-2062, 091-63J-2063, 091-63J-2064, 091-63J-2066, 091-63J-2067, 091-63J-2068, 091-63J-2069, 091-63J-2072, 091-63J-2073, 091-63J-2074, 091-63J-2075, 091-63J-2085, 091-63J-2086, 091-63J-2087, 091-63J-2088, 091-63J-2089, 091-63J-2090, 091-63J-2091, 091-63J-2092, 091-63J-2093, 091-63J-2094, 091-63J-2095, 091-63J-2096, 091-63J-2097, 091-63J-2098, 101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)
a.
Perform PMCS IAW applicable TM(s) and manufacturer's instructions.

b.
Perform electrical safety inspections and tests IAW applicable TM(s) and manufacturer's instructions

c.
Verify faults, diagnosis, and category of maintenance.

d.
Acquire required repair parts.

e.
Repair equipment IAW applicable TM(s) and manufadturer's specifications.

f.
Perform final inspection of completed work.

g.
Operate power generator equipment IAW applicable TM(s) and
manufacturer's instructions.

h.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

i.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and .ESOP.

14. Communications element maintains communication equipment. (101-521-1158, 113-574-3008, 113-596-3051, 113-597-3002, 113-600-2001, 113-620-0107, 113-620-2002, 113-620-3059, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)
a.
Troubleshoots equipment deficiencies by using proper TMDE.

b.
Classifies items to be repaired.

c.
Maintains records, reports, and publications IAW DA Pam 738-750.

d.
Repairs communication equipment within capabilities of assigned personnel and TMDE.

e.
Performs technical inspections, tests, PMCS, and condition code classification on communication equipment IAW current directives and TSOP.

f.
Performs cannibalization and controlled exchange IAW AR 750-1, TSOP, and the hospital commander's guidance.

g.
Employs safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Employs environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

15. Hospital maintenance personnel conduct transactions with support maintenance. (101-92Y-0006, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)
a. Identify category of repair as DS or higher.
b. Correct unit-level deficiencies.
GO NO-GO
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c. Prepare required documentation for submission to support maintenance. d. Evacuate equipment to support maintenance facilities. e. Verify completion of repairs. f. Pick up equipment upon completion of repairs. g. Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP. h. Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
16. Maintenance personnel perform maintenance administrative and supply support functions. (091-CLT-3002, 101-519-1304, 101-519-1308, 101-519-1309, 101-519-1403, 101-521-4106, 101-521-4107, 101-521-4108, 101-525-1100, 101-525-1101, 101-525-1102, 101-525-1103, 101-525-1104, 101-525-1105, 101-525-1106, 101-525-1107, 101-525-1110, 101-525-1111, 101-525-1112, 101-525-1113, 101-525-1114, 101-525-1115, 101-525-1116, 101-525-1117, 101-525-1118, 101-525-1119, 101-525-1120, 101-525-1121, 101-525-1139, 101-525-1140, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000) a. Maintain maintenance publication library. b. Maintain PLL IAW applicable TM(s). c. Request repair parts for hospital equipment. d. Control unserviceable reparable items. e. Maintain document register(s) IAW applicable directives. f. Maintain maintenance control records IAW applicable FM. g. Operate automated computer system IAW applicable TM(s). h. Maintain technical publications for all organic equipment. i. Perform petroleum support functions. j. Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP. k. Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP. •
TASK PERFORMANCE I EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 M TOTAi.
TOTAL TASK STEPS. EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number 071-329-1019 081-831-0101 081-831-1046 081-831-1054 081-872-0037 081-872-0038 Task Title Use a Map Overlay REQUEST MEDICAL EVACUATION TRANSPORT A CASUALTY EVACUATE CASUALTIES PREPARE DA FORM 3318 FOR THE FIRST DEMAND OF A NONSTOCKED (FRINGE) MEDICAL REPAIR PART ADD A MEDICAL REPAIR PART TO THE DEMAND SUPPORTED PRESCRIBED LOAD LIST (PLL) References STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT STP 8-91A15-SM-TG STP 8-91A15-SM-TG

DODD0A-012773
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title
081-872-0043 COMPUTE AUTHORIZED STOCKAGE
LEVELS FOR MEDICAL SUPPLIES USING
THE DAYS OF SUPPLY (DOS)
COMPUTATION
081-872-0054 MAINTAIN DA FORM 3318 FOR
NONSTOCKED (FRINGE) MEDICAL REPAIR
PARTS
081-872-0055 MAINTAIN THE DEMAND SUPPORTED
PRESCRIBED LOAD LIST (PLL) FOR
MEDICAL REPAIR PARTS
081-874-0001 PERFORM ELECTRICAL SAFETY CHECKS
ON MEDICAL EQUIPMENT
081-874-0002 PERFORM PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) ON A
COMPRESSOR-DEHYDRATOR
081-874-0003 REPAIR A COMPRESSOR-DEHYDRATOR
TO COMPONENT LEVEL
081-874-0004 PERFORM PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) ON A
DENTAL OPERATING UNIT
081-874-0005 REPAIR A DENTAL OPERATING UNIT TO
COMPONENT LEVEL
081-874-0008 REPAIR A FIELD DENTAL X-RAY UNIT TO
MODULE/BOARD LEVEL
081-874-0009 REPAIR A FIELD DENTAL X-RAY UNIT TO
COMPONENT LEVEL
081-874-0010 PERFORM PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) ON A
BLOOD RECOVERY UNIT
081-874-0011 VERIFY CALIBRATION ON A BLOOD
RECOVERY UNIT
081-874-0012 REPAIR A BLOOD RECOVERY UNIT TO
COMPONENT LEVEL
081-874-0017 PERFORM PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) ON A
FIELD SURGICAL SCRUB SINK
081-874-0018 REPAIR A FIELD SURGICAL SCRUB SINK
TO COMPONENT LEVEL
081-874-0019 PERFORM PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) ON A
REFRIGERATED TABLETOP CENTRIFUGE
081-874-0020 CALIBRATE A REFRIGERATED TABLETOP
CENTRIFUGE
081-874-0021 REPAIR A REFRIGERATED TABLETOP
CENTRIFUGE TO MODULE/BOARD LEVEL
081-874-0022 REPAIR A REFRIGERATED TABLETOP
CENTRIFUGE TO COMPONENT LEVEL
081-874-0023 PERFORM PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) ON A
MONITOR-RECORDER
081-874-0024 CALIBRATE A MONITOR-RECORDER
081-874-0025 REPAIR A MONITOR-RECORDER TO
MODULE/BOARD LEVEL
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References
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG STP 8-91A15-SM-TG STP 8-91A15-SM-TG STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG STP 8-91A15-SM-TG STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG STP 8-91A15-SM-IG STP 8-91A15-SM-TG STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
STP 8-91A15-SM-IG

SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title
081-874-0026 REPAIR A MONITOR-RECORDER TO
COMPONENT LEVEL.•
081-874-0027 PERFORM PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) ON A
DEFIBRILLATOR MODULE
081-874-0028 CALIBRATE A DEFIBRILLATOR MODULE
081-874-0029 REPAIR A DEFIBRILLATOR MODULE TO
MODULE/BOARD LEVEL
081-874-0030 REPAIR A DEFIBRILLATOR MODULE TO
COMPONENT LEVEL
081-874-0031 PERFORM PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) ON A
PORTABLE VENTILATOR
081-874-0032 CALIBRATE A PORTABLE VENTILATOR
081-874-0033 REPAIR A PORTABLE VENTILATOR TO
MODULE/BOARD LEVEL
081-874-0034 REPAIR A PORTABLE VENTILATOR TO
COMPONENT LEVEL
081-874-0035 PERFORM PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) ON A
SINGLE PHASE RADIOGRAPHIC UNIT
(CONTINENTAL X-RAY UNIT)
081-874-0037 CALIBRATE A SINGLE PHASE
RADIOGRAPHIC UNIT (CONTINENTAL X-
RAY UNIT)
081-874-0038 REPAIR A SINGLE PHASE RADIOGRAPHIC
UNIT TO MODULE/BOARD LEVEL
(CONTINENTAL X-RAY UNIT)
081-874-0039 REPAIR A SINGLE PHASE RADIOGRAPHIC
UNIT TO COMPONENT LEVEL
(CONTINENTAL X-RAY UNIT)
081-874-0044 PERFORM PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) ON A
FIELD STERILIZER
081-874-0045 REPAIR A FIELD STERILIZER TO
COMPONENT LEVEL
081-874-0046 PERFORM PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) ON A
PROGRAMMABLE SUCTION PUMP
081-874-0047 CALIBRATE A PROGRAMMABLE SUCTION
PUMP
081-874-0048 REPAIR A PROGRAMMABLE SUCTION
PUMP TO MODULE/BOARD LEVEL
081-874-0049 REPAIR A PROGRAMMABLE SUCTION
PUMP TO COMPONENT LEVEL
081-874-0053 PREPARE PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
SCHEDULE AND RECORD (DD FORM 314)
FOR MEDICAL EQUIPMENT
081-874-0054 PERFORM PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) ON AN
ELECTROSURGICAL APPARATUS (FORCE
2)

References
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG STP 8-91A15-SM-TG STP 8-91A15-SM-TG STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG STP 8-91A15-SM-TG STP 8-91A15-SM-TG STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG STP 8-91A15-SM-TG STP 8-91A15-SM-TG STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
Task Number
081-874-0055
081-874-0056
081-874-0057
091-52C-2001 091-52C-2002 091-52C-2003 091-52C-2004 091-52C-2005 091-52C-2008 091-52C-2009 091-52C-2011 091-52C-2012 091-52C-2014 091-52C-2016 091-52C-2019 091-52C-2021 091-52C-2023 091-52C-2024 091-52C-2030 091-52C-2031 091-52C-2033 091-52C-2037 091-52C-2038
091-52C-2039
091-52C-2040
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Title
CALIBRATE AN ELECTROSURGICAL APPARATUS (FORCE 2) REPAIR AN ELECTROSURGICAL APPARATUS TO MODULE/BOARD LEVEL (FORCE 2) REPAIR AN ELECTROSURGICAL APPARATUS TO COMPONENT LEVEL (FORCE 2) Correct Malfunction of Instrument Control Panel on a Refrigeration Unit Correct Malfunction of Fan and Drive Assembly on a Refrigeration Unit Correct Malfunction of Refrigerant Piping and Valves on a Refrigeration Unit Correct Malfunction of Compressor Assembly on a Refrigeration Unit Correct Malfunction of Electric Motors on a Refrigeration Unit Replace Panels/Filters on Air Conditioners Correct Malfunction of Evaporator Fan Assembly on an Air Conditioner Correct Malfunction of Junction Box Assembly on an Air Conditioner Correct Malfunction of Wiring Harness on an Air Conditioner Correct Malfunction of Control Module on an Air Conditioner Correct Malfunction of Service Valve on an Air Conditioner Correct Malfunction of Compressor on an Air Conditioner Replace Tubing/Fitting on an Air Conditioner Perform Refrigerant Recovery Perform Refrigerant Recycling Correct Malfunction of Fuel System on a Heater Correct Malfunction of Electrical System on a
Heater Correct Malfunction of Burner Assembly on a Heater Operate Bottle Cleaning and Charging Station
(BC/CS)
Correct Malfunction of Air Purification System
on a Bottle Cleaning and Charging Station
(BC/CS)
Correct Malfunction of Bottle Charging Stand
on a Bottle Cleaning and Charging Station
(BC/CS)
Correct Malfunction of Cleaning Station Air
System on a Bottle Cleaning and Charging
Station (BC/CS)

References
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
STP 8-91A15-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG

STP 9-52C13-SM-TG

STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
DODDOA-012776
ARTEP 8-705-MTP
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title
091-52C-2041 Correct Malfunction of Cleaning Station Water
System on a Bottle Cleaning and Charging
Station (BC/CS)
091-52C-2042 Correct Malfunction of Compressor and Motor
Assembly on a Bottle Cleaning and Charging
Station (BC/CS)
091-52C-2043 Correct Malfunction of Purity Monitor on a
Bottle Cleaning and Charging Station (BC/CS)
091-52C-2044 Correct Malfunction of Sealer Assembly on a
Bottle Cleaning and Charging Station (BC/CS)
091-52C-2045 Correct Malfunction of Sonic Cleaner on a
Bottle Cleaning and Charging Station (BC/CS)
091-52C-2073 Operate the Halon Recovery / Recharger Unit.
091-52C-2074 Inspect Halon Fire Extiguisher (Valve and
Cylinder).
091-52C-2075 Perform Preventive Maintenance Checks and
Services on Ground Support Equipment
091-52C-2078 Operate Compressor, Air Reciprocating, 15
CFM on a Halon Recovery/Recharger Unit
091-52C-2080 Correct Malfunction of Condenser/Evaporator
on an Air Conditioner
091-52C-2081 Correct Malfunction of Scilenoid Valves on an
Air Conditioner
091-52C-3001 Perform Maintenance of the Compressor
Assembly on a Refrigeration Unit
091-52C-3008 Troubleshoot the Fuel System on a Heater
091-52C-3009 Troubleshoot the Electrical System on a
Heater
091-52C-3010 Troubleshoot the Mechanical System on a
Heater
091-52C-3044 Perform Maintenance of the Burner on an M-
17 Decontaminating Apparatus
091-52C-3045 Troubleshoot Electrical System on the M-17
Decontaminating Apparatus
091-52C-3046 Perform Maintenance of the Water Pump
Assembly on an M-17 Decontaminating
Apparatus
091-52C-3062 Troubleshoot Vapor System on a
Refrigeration Unit/Air Conditioner
091-52C-3063 Troubleshoot Electrical System on a
Refrigeration Unit/Air Conditioner
091-52C-3064 Troubleshoot Mechanical System on a
Refrigeration Unit
091-52C-3073 Troubleshoot Control Panel on the M-17
Decontaminating apparatus
091-52C-3074 Perform Maintenance of the Fuel System on
an M12A1 Decontaminating Apparatus
091-52C-3075 Perform Maintenance of the Boiler Assembly
on an M12A1 Decontaminating Apparatus
091-52C-3076 Perform Maintenance of the Water Assembly
on an M12A1 Decontaminating Apparatus
091-52C-3085 Perform Classification Inspection of Ground
Support Equipment
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References
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
Task Number
091-52D-1101
091-520-1111 091-52D-1181 091-52D-1182 091-52D-1183 091-52D-1184
091-52D-1185 091-52D-1186 091-63B-1001 091-63B-1003 091-63B-1005 091-63B-1007 091-63B-1009 091-63B-1012 091-63B-1013 091-63B-1014 091-63B-1015 091-63B-1016 091-63B-1021 091-63B-1022
091-63B-1023 091-63B-1025 091-63B-1026
091-63B-1029 091-63B-1031 091-63B-1033
091-63B-1036
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Title
Correct Malfunction of Control Panel Components on a Generator Set Perform Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services on a Generator Set Correct Malfunction of Main AC Generator Assembly on a Generator Set Correct Malfunction of Electrical Governor System on a Generator Set Correct Malfunction of Battery Charging System on the Engine of a Generator Set Correct Malfunction of Components of the Lubrication System on a Diesel Engine of a Generator Set Correct Malfunction of the Fuel System on a Diesel Engine of a Generator Set Correct Malfunction of the Starting System on a Diesel Engine of a Generator Set Service Engine Assembly on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Replace Engine Oil Filter on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Correct Malfunction of Engine Oil Cooler and Lines on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Troubleshoot Fuel System Malfunctions on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Correct Malfunction of Fuel Pump on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Replace Fuel Fitting and Lines on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Replace Fuel Tank on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Replace Fuel Filter Assembly on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Troubleshoot Glow Plug System on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Correct Malfunction of Glow Plug System on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Troubleshoot Exhaust System Malfunctions on a Light Wheeled Vehicle
Replace Muffler on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Replace Crossover Pipe on a Light Wheeled Vehicle. • Troubleshoot Cooling System Malfunctions on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Replace Radiator on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Replace Radiator Hoses, Lines and Clamps on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Correct Malfunction of Fan and Drive on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Correct Malfunction of Drive Belts on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Troubleshoot Charging System Malfunction on a Light Wheeled Vehicle ARTEP 8-705-MTP
References
STP 9-52D13-SM-TG STP 9-52D13-SM-TG STP 9-52D13-SM-TG STP 9-52D13-SM-TG STP 9-52D13-SM-TG STP 9-52D13-SM-TG
STP 9-52D13-SM-TG STP 9-52D13-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
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Task Number
091-63B-1037
091-63B-1038
091-63B-1039
091-63B-1041
091-63B-1044
091-63B-1047
091-63B-1050
091-63B-1053
091-636-1055
091-63B-1057
091-63B-1058
091-63B-1059
091-63B-1061
091-63B-1066
091-63B-1075
091-63B-1076
091-63B-1077
091-63B-1078
091-63B-1081
091-63B-1082
091-63B-1083 091-63B-1084 091-63B-1088 091-63B-1091 091-63B-1097
091-63B-1098
091-63B-1100
091-63B-1105
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Title
Correct Malfunction of Alternator on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Troubleshoot Starting System Malfunction on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Replace Starter on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Troubleshoot Electrical System Malfunctions on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Replace Protective Control Box on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Correct Malfunction of Sending Units and Warning Switches on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Correct Malfunction of Batteries on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Troubleshoot Electrical Gauges on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Repair Engine Wiring Harness on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Repair Chassis Wiring Harness on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Troubleshoot Transmission Malfunctions on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Service Transmission Assembly on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Replace Neutral Safety Switch on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Troubleshoot Transfer Malfunctions on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Replace Propeller Shafts on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Replace Universal. Joints on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Replace Center Bearings on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Troubleshoot Axle Malfunctions on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Replace Front Axle Spindle on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Replace Halfshaft on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Correct Malfunction of Knuckle and Geared Hub on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Adjust Geared Hub Spindle Bearing on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Replace Upper and Lower Ball Joints on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Replace Dust Boot (CV) on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Troubleshoot Brake System Malfunctions Replace Brake Lines and Fittings on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Replace Hand Brake Shoes on a Light Wheeled Vehicle Replace Service Brake Shoes on a Light Wheeled Vehicle
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References
STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
DODD0A-012779

SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
091-63B-1106 Replace Front and Rear Calipers on a Light STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Wheeled Vehicle
091-63B-1107 Replace Front and Rear -Brake Pads on a STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Light Wheeled Vehicle
091-63B-1 108 Replace Front and Rear Brake Rotors on a STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Light Wheeled Vehicle
091-63B-1109 Replace Master Cylinder on a Light Wheeled STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Vehicle
091-63B-1110 Replace Air Hydraulic Cylinder on a Light STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Wheeled Vehicle
091-63B-1112 Replace Treadle Valve on a Light Wheeled STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Vehicle
091-63B-1114 Replace Hydro-Boost on a Light Wheeled STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Vehicle
091-63B-1117 Replace Air Compressor and Belts on a Light STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Wheeled Vehicle
091-63B-1124 Inspect Air Brake Control Valves on a Light STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Wheeled Vehicle
091-63B-1129 Correct Malfunction of Wheel and Tire STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Assembly on a Light Wheeled Vehicle
091-63B-1139 Troubleshoot Steering System Malfunctions STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
on a Light Wheeled Vehicle
091-63B-1141 Correct Malfunction of Tie Rod Assembly on a STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Light Wheeled Vehicle
091-63B-1142 Correct Malfunction of Drag Link Assembly on STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
a Light Wheeled Vehicle
091-63B-1143 Correct Malfunction of Power Assist Cylinder STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
on a Light Wheeled Vehicle
091-63B-1154 Replace Power Steering Lines and Fittings on STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
a Light Wheeled Vehicle
091-63B-1161 Replace Shock Absorbers on a Light Wheeled STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Vehicle
091-63B-1172 Replace Seat Belt on a Light Wheeled Vehicle STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
091-63B-1191 Troubleshoot Winch Malfunction on a Light STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Wheeled Vehicle
091-63B-1213 Correct Malfunction of 100 AMP Alternator on STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
a Light Wheeled Vehicle
091-63B-1218 Troubleshoot Central Tire Inflation System on STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
a Light Wheeled Vehicle
091-63B-1219 Replace Air Lines and Fittings on a Light STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Wheeled Vehicle
091-63B-1220 Correct Malfunction of Air Dryer With Filter on STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
a Light Wheeled Vehicle
091-63B-1224 Replace CTIS Pressure Switch on a Light STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Wheeled Vehicle
091-63B-1226 Correct Malfunction of CTIS Front and Rear STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Air Seals on a Light Wheeled Vehicle
091-63B-1228 Maintain Test, Measurement, and Diagnostic STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Equipment on a Light Wheeled Vehicle
091-636-1229 Maintain Assigned Vehicle STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
091-636-1230 Maintain Assigned Tool Kit STP 9-63B14-SM-TG

DODD0A-012780
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
091-63B-1231 Prepare Equipment Inspection Maintenance STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Worksheet (DA Form 2404 or ULLS
Equivalent)
091-63B-1234 Perform Scheduled Preventive Maintenance STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Checks and Services on a Light Wheeled
Vehicle
091-63B-3001 Perform Diagnostic Procedures of Track STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Vehicle's Fire Extinguisher/Suppression
System
091-63B-3002 Perform Diagnostic Procedures of Track STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Vehicle's NBC System
091-63B-3003 Perform Diagnostic Procadures of Vehicle's STP 9-63B14•-SM-TG
Fuel System
091-63B-3004 Perform Diagnostic Procedures of Vehicle's STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Electrical System
091-63B-3005 Perform Diagnostic Procedures of Diesel STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Engines
091-63B-3006 Perform Diagnostic Procedures of Vehicle STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Cooling System
091-63B-3007 Perform Diagnostic Procedures on Track STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Vehicle Transmission
091-63B-3009 Perform Diagnostic Procedures on Wheel STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Vehicle Transmission
091-63B-3011 Perform Diagnostic Procedures on Track STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Vehicle's Brake System
091-63B-3012 Perform Diagnostic Procedures on Wheel STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Vehicle's Brake System
091-63B-3015 Perform Diagnostic Procedures on Track STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Vehicle's Steering Systems
091-63B-3016 Perform Diagnostic Procedures on Wheel STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Vehicle's Steering Systems
091-63B-3017 Perform Diagnostic Procedures on Vehicle's STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Hydraulic Systems
091-63B-3021 Perform Battlefield Damage Assessment and STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Repair (BDAR) on Tracked Vehicles
091-63B-3022 Perform Battlefield Damage Assessment and STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Repair (BDAR) on Wheeled Vehicles
091-63B-3033 Perform Diagnostic Procedures of Vehicle's STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Winch System
091-63B-3050 Perform Diagnostic Procedures on Wheel STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
Vehicle's Air System
091-63B-3132 Lift and Tow a Disabled Vehicle STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
091-63B-3133 Determine Recovery Method STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
091-63B-3200 Recover an Overturned Vehicle STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
091-63J-2003 Repair Pump Assembly on a, Water STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
Purification Unit Reverse Osmosis
091-63J-2006 Correct Malfunction of a Pump Assembly on a STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
50 GPM Pump
091-63J-2009 Correct Malfunction of a Pump Assembly on a STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
350 GPM Pump
091-63J-2035 Correct Malfunction of a Washer Assembly on STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
a Laundry Unit

SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS

Task Number Task Title References
091-63J-2036 Correct Malfunction of an Air Compressor STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
Assembly on a Laundry Unit
091-63J-2037 Correct Malfunction of an Extractor Assembly STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
on a Laundry Unit
091-63J-2039 Correct Malfunction of a Dryer Tumbler STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
Assembly on a Laundry Unit
091-63J-2045 Correct Malfunction of a Burner on an M-17 STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
Decontaminating Apparatus
091-63J-2047 Correct Malfunction of a Water Pump STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
Assembly on an M-17 Decontaminating
Apparatus
091-63J-2061 Correct Malfunction of Gauges (Non STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
Electrical) on a Water Purification Unit
Reverse Osmosis
091-63J-2062 Correct Malfunction of Water System on a STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
Water Purification Unit Reverse Osmosis
091-63J-2063 Correct Malfunction of Water Purification STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
Electrical System on a Water Purification Unit
Reverse Osmosis
091-63J-2064 Correct Malfunction of Water Purification Air STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
System on a Water Purification Unit Reverse
Osmosis
091-63J-2066 Correct Malfunction of Water Distribution STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
System on a Water Purification Unit Reverse
Osmosis
091-63J-2067 Correct Malfunction of Fuel System on a STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
Heater
091-63J-2068 Correct Malfunction of Electrical Systems on a STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
Heater
091-63J-2069 Correct Malfunction of Burner Assembly on a STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
Heater
091-63J-2072 Perform Preventive Maintenance Checks and STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
Services on Ground Support Equipment
091-63J-2073 Correct Malfunction of Electrical System on a STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
350 GPM Pump
091-63J-2074 Correct Malfunction of the Engine Assembly STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
on a 350 GPM Pump
091-63J-2075 Correct Malfunction of 12 CFM ABC-M7A1 STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
Filter Unit
091-63J-2085 Correct Malfunction of a Water Heater on a STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
Laundry Unit/Bath Unit
091-63J-2086 Correct Malfunction of a Water Pump STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
Assembly on a Laundry Unit/Bath Unit
091-63J-2087 Correct Malfunction of Electrical Systems on STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
an M-17 Decontaminating Apparatus
091-63J-2088 Correct Malfunction of a Fuel System on an STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
M12A1 Decontaminating Apparatus
091-63J-2089 Correct Malfunction of a Boiler Assembly on STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
an M12A1 Decontaminating Apparatus
091-63J-2090 Correct Malfunction of a Water Heater STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
Assembly on an M12A1 Decontaminating
Apparatus

DODDOA-012782
ARTEP 8-705-MTP
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title
091-63J-2091 Correct Malfunction of the Electrical Systems
on an M12A1 Decontaminating Apparatus
091-63J-2092 Correct Malfunction of a Control Panel on an
M12A1 Decontaminating Apparatus
091-63J-2093 Correct Malfunction of a Pump Assembly on
an M12A1 Decontaminating Apparatus
091-63J-2094 Correct Malfunction of Reverse Osmosis
Pump Assembly on a 600 GPH Water
Purification Unit Reverse Osmosis
091-63J-2095 Correct Malfunction of High Pressure Pump
Assembly on a 3000 GPH Reverse Osmosis
Water Purification Unit
091-63J-2096 Correct Malfunction of a Drum Assembly on a
Laundry Advance Unit (LADS)
091-63J-2097 Correct Malfunction of a Heater Assembly on
a Laundry Advance System
091-63J-2098 Correct Malfunction of a Control Panel on a
Laundry Advance System
091-CLT-3001 Manage a Shop Safety Program
091-CLT-3002 Maintain a Publications Library
091-CLT-3003 Establish Maintenance Facilities
091-CLT-3007 Manage the TMDE Calibration Program
091-CLT-3009 Supervise Maintenance Operations
091-CLT-30090 Supervise Maintenance Operations
091-CLT-3012 Manage the Standard Army Maintenance
System (SAMS)
091-CLT-3014 Manage the Unit Army Oil Analysis Program
(AOAP)
091-CLT-4002 Supervise Platoon/Section Administrative
Procedures
091-CLT-4005 Enforce Compliance With the Shop Safety
Program
091-CLT-4006 Coordinate Support for the Maintenance
Platoon/Section
091-CLT-4009 Control Flow of Work Through the
Maintenance Shop
091-CLT-4013 Analyze the Prescribed Load List (PLL)
Report
091-CLT-4014 Monitor Quality Control Program
091-CLT-4016 Analyze Open Work Request Reconciliation
Listing
091-CLT-4017 Analyze Completed Shop Workload Summary
091-CLT-4018 Analyze Shop Deadline and Deferred
Workload Listing
091-CLT-4019 Analyze Shop Workload Summary Listing
091-CLT-4029 Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks
and Services (PMCS)
091-H8C-2001 Locate a Recovery Site
091-H8C-2002 Determine Recovery Methods
091-H8C-2003 Operate Tactical Communications Equipment
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References
STP 9-63J12-SM-TG STP 9-63J12-SM-TG STP 9-63J12-SM-TG STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
STP 9-63J12-SM-TG
STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 21-24-SMCT STP 9-63614-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG STP 9-52C13-SM-TG
STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG STP 9-63B14-SM-TG
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title References
113-620-0107 Troubleshoot Improved High Frequency Radio STP 11-31U14-SM-TG
(IHFR) Set AN/GRC-213 or a Similar System
113-620-2002 PERFORM OPERATOR STP 11-31C13-SM-TG
TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES ON
RADIO SET AN/GRC-106(*)
113-620-3059 Perform Scheduled Unit Level Maintenance STP 11-31U14-SM-TG
(ULM) on Improved High Frequency Radio
(IHFR) Set AN/GRC-213 or a Similar System
113-620-7088 INSPECT INSTALLED OPERATIONAL STP 11-31C13-SM-TG
RADIO SETS
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS
Task Number Task Title. References
08-2-0314.08-705L TREAT HOSPITAL CASUALTIES.ARTEP 8-705-MTP
08-2-R303.08-705L CONDUCT BATTLEFIELD STRESS.ARTEP 8-705-MTP REDUCTION AND PREVENTION PROCEDURES
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV PHARMACY SERVICE BLOOD BANK UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG)
TASK: RECEIVE EXTERNAL SLING LOAD RESUPPLY (10-2-C325.08-705L)
(FM 10-450-3). (AR 200-1). (AR 385-10)
(FM 10-450-4). (FM 10-450-5). (FM 21-60)
(FM 3-100.4). (FM 3-4). (FM 3-5)

(FM 4-02.7). (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)
(TC 3-34.489)

ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Hospital is alerted for incoming resupply by external sling load. The medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3 (if immediate resupply) or the medical brigade DCSLOG/medical group S4 (if routine resupply) notifies the hospital of anticipated type and amount of supplies or equipment and scheduled delivery time. The hospital has personnel trained in sling load procedures. Helicopter(s) deliver supplies and equipment to a designated LZ near the hospital's position. The LZ is secured. Slings and allied materials may or may not be returned with delivery helicopter(s) to unit of origin. Hospital TSOP and medical brigade/medical group OPORD are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Supplies and/or equipment are derigged and cleared from LZ IAW TSOP or OPORD. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors increase sling load operations time.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Hospital commander and element leaders develop supplies and/or equipment receipt plan. (101-521-3901, 101-521-3902, 101-521-3903, 101-521-3904, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)

a.
Verify quantity and type of supplies and/or equipment and delivery time with
medical brigade logistics section/medical group S4 section.

b.
Coordinate LZ security and location with medical brigade operations
branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

c.
Appoint LZ officer or NCO ..

d.
Coordinate additional motor transport and special equipment requirements
with medical brigade logistics section/medical group S4 section.

e.
Assign appropriate number and composition of ground crew(s) based on
tactical situation, type and quantity of cargo, and size of LZ.

f.
Request required protective equipment from supply and service division.

g.
Brief LZ officer or NCO on tactical situation, size of operation, preparation
and clearance of LZ, protective equipment, safety precautions and
environmental protection procedures.

2. Ground crew(s) perform LZ preparation activities. (071-326-0608)
a.
Remove all obstructions from LZ.

b.
Mark all unremovable obstructions.

c.
Clear all loose debris from the LZ.

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d.
Set up all required visual markers.

e.
Position vehicles and other special equipment out of the LZ.

f.
Rehearse hand or arm and other visual signals.

g.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

h.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

*
3. LZ officer/NCO supervises extemal slingload resupply operations. (101-521-3901, 101-521-3902, 101-521-3903, 101-521-3904, 113-600-2001, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001)

a.
Identifies wind direction and speed.

b.
Transmits wind direction and speed to incoming aircraft as requested.

c.
Identifies aircraft approach direction.

d.
Prepares LZ emergency security and reaction plan.

e.
Identifies ground crew(s) rendezvous or rally point(s).

f.
Secures all required LZ marking and personnel protection equipment.

g.
Organizes ground crew team(s).

h.
Brief ground crew team(s) on tactical situation, size of operation,
preparation and clearance of LZ, emergency procedures, protective
equipment and safety precautions.

i.
Assigns individual team member duties.

j.
Supervises derigging operations.

k.
Supervises loading of supplies and/or equipment on motor transport
vehicles.

I.
Supervises LZ clearance activities.

m.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

n.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

4. Ground crew(s) derig external slingload supplies or equipment. (071-326-0608,
113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)

a.
Wear hearing and eye protection.

b.
Employ safety precautions IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

c.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

d.
Employ visual signals to guide helicopter to derigging point.

e.
Ground static discharge probe to cargo hook.

f.
Release load from helicopter.

g.
Provide "affirmative" signal to pilot for lift-off when load is unhooked and
clear of helicopter.

5. Ground crew(s) prepare slings and/or nets for air transport retrograde. (071-
326-0608)

a.
Remove cargo sling and/or nets from supplies or equipment.

b.
Secure all slings and/or nets in a cargo net.

c.
Employ proper hand signals to guide helicopter into position.

d.
Ground static discharge probe to net rings.

e.
Connect sling equipment to helicopter cargo hook.

f.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

g.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

6. Ground crew(s) and vehicle operator(s) clear LZ. (071-326-0608, 850-001-2000)
a.
Load all supplies or equipment on vehicle(s).

b.
Load all slings and/or nets and markers on vehicle(s).

c.
Remove all loose debris from 12.

d.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

e.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

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TASK PERFORMANCE I EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK
M TOTAL
ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"I"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS References
Task Number Task Title
071-326-0608 Use Visual Signalling Techniques STP 21-24-SMCT
101-521-3901 DIRECT THE RIGGING OF EXTERNAL 10-92Y24-SM-TG
SLING LOADS
101-521-3902 CONTROL HELICOPTER LANDING AND STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
DEPARTURE AREA
101-521-3903 DIRECT THE MAINTENANCE OF SLING-STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
LOADING EQUIPMENT

101-521-3904 DIRECT AND CONTROL APPLICATION OF STP 10-92Y24-SM-TG
SAFETY MEASURES DURING EXTERNAL
TRANSPORT OPERATIONS

113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D ORTHO CAST CLINIC HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS 2 CMS 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD RADIOLOGY SERVICE 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM BLOOD BANK PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS LITTER BEARER SECTION OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: PERFORM FIELD SANITATION FUNCTIONS (08-2-R315.08-705L) (FM 21-10). (AR 200-1). (AR 385-10) (AR 40-5). (FM 100-20). (FM 10-52) (FM 10-52-1). (FM 3-0). (FM 3-100.4) (FM 3-11.21). (FM 3-3). (FM 3-4)
(FM 3-5). (FM 4-25.12). (FM 8-10)
(FM 8-10-14). (FM 8-9). (TB MED 561)
(TC 3-34.489). (TG 244)

ITERATION:. 1.2 3.
4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. Health hazards exist which require field sanitation measures. Hospital is in the field without permanent sanitation, or water facilities. The hospital commander has selected and trained the unit FST. The TSOP and medical brigade/medical group OPORD are available. All required sanitation equipment is available. Field sanitation measures are continuous and are performed simultaneously with other operational tasks. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Field sanitation measures are accomplished IAW the TSOP, OPORD, and FM 21­
10. FST performs field sanitation measures IAW the TSOP, hospital commander's guidance, FM 21-10, and FM 4-25.12. At MOPP4, only minimal essential field sanitation activities are performed.
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*
1. Company commander directs field sanitation measures.

a.
Directs field sanitation activities to counter the medical threat.

b.
Monitors field sanitation activities for compliance with FM 21-10 and TSOP.

c.
Enforces individual field sanitation measures.

d.
Requests assistance from supporting PVNTMED unit for sanitation
problems that are beyond the expertise of the hospital's FST IAW TSOP,
OPORD, and CHS plan.

e.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

f.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

g.
Corrects field sanitation deficiencies..

h.
Reports field sanitation deficiencies which cannot be corrected by hospital
personnel to the FST.

*
2. FST supervises hospital field sanitation measures. (081-831-1047, 081-831-9000, 101-92Y-0006, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001) .

a.
Maintains field sanitation basic load IAW AR 40-5 and FM 4-25.12.

b.
Supervises distribution of field sanitation basic load items IAW AR 40-5 and
FM 4-25.12.

c.
Tests unit water supply for required chlorine residual level IAW FM 21-10,
FM 4-25.12, and TSOP.

d.
Inspects water containers and trailers IAW FM 4-25.12 and TSOP.

e.
Monitors personnel to ensure use of personnel protective measures
directed against arthropods (skin repellent, bednet, and clothing and bednet
repellent) and rodents IAW applicable directives and the hospital
commander's guidance.

f.
Conducts surveys for medically important arthopods and rodents.

g.
Monitors personnel for employment of personal hygiene measures.

h.
Monitors medical waste facilities and procedures for compliance with FM

21-10 and TSOP.
..i. Inspects latrines and urinals IAW FM 21-10, FM 4-25.12, and the TSOP.

j.
Inspects liquid and solid waste disposal facilities to ensure compliance with
FM 21-10 and the TSOP.

k.
Inspects handwashing devices for construction and operation IAW FM 21­10, FM 4-25.12, and TSOP.

I.
Inspects transport, storage, preparation, and service of food for compliance
with FM 21-10,
FM 4-25.12, and the TSOP.

m.
Provides advice, recommendations, and training requirements to the
commander.

n.
Enforces safety procedures IAW AR 385-10, TSOP, and hospital
commander's guidance.

o.
Enforces environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

3. Hospital personnel employ field sanitation measures. (081-831-1053, 081-831-
9000, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000)

a.
Maintain prescribed load of water purification materials IAW AR 40-5, FM 4­25.12, and the TSOP.

b.
Prepare nonpotable water for personal use IAW FM 21-10 and TSOP.

c.
Consume only water designated as potable.

d.
Maintain latrines and handwashing facilities IAW FM 21-10, FM 4-25.12,
and the TSOP.

e.
Employ PMM against cold and heat injuries.

GO NO-GO
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
f.
Employ personal hygiene measures.

g.
Employ PMM against arthropod and rodent infestation, to include use of
skin and clothing, and bednet repellent.

h.
Employ safety procedures IAW AR 385-10, TSOP, and hospital
commander's guidance.

i.
Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

j.• Report field sanitation deficiencies which you are unable to correct to
hospital commander.

TASK PERFORMANCE I 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
References
Task Number Task Title
081-831-1047 SUPERVISE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF STP 21-24-SMCT
PREVENTIVE MEDICINE POLICIES
081-831-1053 PRACTICE INDIVIDUAL PREVENTIVE STP 21-1-SMCT
MEDICINE COUNTERMEASURES
081-831-9000 IMPLEMENT PREVENTIVE MEDICINE STP 21-24-SMCT
MEASURES (PMM)
101-92Y-0006 Inspect equipment for accountability, STP 21-24-SMCT

cleanliness, and serviceability
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 2 CMS RADIOLOGY SERVICE COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC
TASK: CONDUCT BATTLEFIELD STRESS REDUCTION AND PREVENTION PROCEDURES (08-2-R303.08-705L)
(FM 22-51). (FM 100-20) (FM 3-0)
(FM 3-11.21). (FM 3-3) (FM 3-4)
(FM 3-5). (FM 4-02.7) (FM 6-22.5)
(FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14) (FM 8-51)
(FM 8-9). (TC 3-34.489) (TG 244)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)

COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. Hospitalization support and services operations have commenced. Hospital personnel are deployed to support tactical operations. Hospitalization support operations are continuous over a prolonged period of time and can cause stressful situations for personnel. This task may be performed under all environmental conditions. The hospital may be subject to attack by threat forces, NBC attack, or radiological fallout. SCPE is on hand. The hospital commander has elected to locate outside the shelter and has appointed a liaison Off to coordinate C2 functions between him and the staff.
NOTE: Due to the technical knowledge and skills required to perform medical tasks, caution must be exercised when cross training medical personnel. Nonmedical personnel cannot be cross trained to perform MOS specific medical tasks. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
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TASK STANDARDS: Techniques applied by the hospital counter degradation of morale, training, and physical condition of hospital personnel in performance of mission. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors increase the need for stress prevention implementation.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Hospital commander and leaders perform stress prevention leader actions. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)

a.
Issue warning orders, OPORDs, and FRAGOs to the lowest possible level.

b.
Provide soldiers an accurate assessment of the friendly and enemy
situation.

c.
Brief hospital commander's intention to all hospital leaders.

d.
Speak positively concerning the hospital's missions, purpose, and abilities.

e.
Encourage a positive attitude throughout the hospital staff.

f.
Institute an information dissemination plan designed to quell and prevent

rumors.
g.
Inform personnel of availability of religious support.

h.
Implement a buddy system to Observe signs of stress or BF among the
soldiers and leaders.

*
2. Hospital commander and leaders implement sleep plan.

a.
Provide a safe and secure area away from vehicles and other. high-noise
activities.

b.
Develop a sleep plan IAW FM 22-51.

c.
Adjust sleep plan as dictated by tactical situation.

*
3. Leaders implement task rotation or restructuring procedures.,

a.
Alternate cross-train unit personnel on critical tasks.

b.
Rotate unit personnel between demanding and nondemanding tasks.

c.
Assign two soldiers to function independently on tasks requiring a high
degree of accuracy.

d.
Adjust task rotation policies and procedures to the tactical situation.

*
4. Leaders implement stress-coping and management techniques.

a.
Integrate new unit members into the unit immediately. .

b.
Assist soldiers in resolving home front problems.

c.
Implement a buddy system to observe signs of stress or BF among the
soldiers and leaders.

d.
Provide instruction on relaxation techniques to all personnel prior to
deployment.

e.
Conduct routine after-action stress debriefings.

f.
Schedule a critical event debriefing after any especially traumatic event
IAW FM 22-51.

g.
Conduct unit award, decoration, recognition, and memorial ceremonies.

5. Hospital commander and leaders implement stress control treatment techniques.
a.
Implement a plan to deal with mild, seriously stressed, or BF cases.

b.
Assign soldiers who show signs of stress or BF to simple tasks.

c.
Direct personnel to be supportive of stressed or BF soldiers.

d.
Reintegrate RTD stressed or battle fatigued soldiers into the specific
element.

e.
Refer for medical evaluation those soldiers showing signs of serious stress
or BF to TRIAGE/EMT/PREOP.

6. Hospital personnel employ stress prevention measures.
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a.
Maintain a positive attitude concerning the hospital's mission, purpose, and
abilities.

b.
Comply with hospital commander's sleep plan.

c.
Observe other soldiers for signs of stress or BF.

d.
Provide immediate buddy aid support.

e.
Report signs of stress or BF in other soldiers to immediate supervisor.

f.
Accept new unit members immediately.

g.
Practice relaxation techniques at appropriate times and places.

h.
Participate in buddy systems and after-action stress debriefings.

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
113-600-2001.Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone.STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001.Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a.STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE ADMINISTRATION DIV BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM
TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT
OPERATING ROOM C
OPERATING ROOM D
HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS
HOSP OPERATIONS SECT'
COMPANY HEADQUARTERS
5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
PATIENT ADMIN DIV
NUTRITION CARE DIV
SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV
NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM
LITTER BEARER SECTION
OPERATING ROOM A
OPERATING ROOM B

TASK: PERFORM RISK MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES (63-2-R326.08-705L) (AR 385-10). (DA PAM 385-1). (FM 100-14) (FM 100-20). (FM 3-0). (FM 3-100.4) (FM 3-11.21). (FM 3-3). (FM 3-4) (FM 3-5). (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14) (FM 8-9). (TC 3-34.489). (TG 244)
ITERATION:. 1.2 3.
4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. Hospital is deployed in tactical environment supporting combat operations. Safety hazards for personnel and equipment exist. Hazards increase as operations intensify. TSOP and OPORD are available. This task may be performed under all environmental conditions. The hospital may be subject to attack by threat forces, NBC attack, or radiological fallout. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: All potential safety problems for tasks are identified and either reduced or eliminated. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors increase implementation time for risk management measures.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
* 1. Hospital commander and leaders identify risk and/or safety hazards. (850-001-2000, 850-001-3001, 850-001-4001) a. Identify specified and implied missions and tasks in the OPLAN, OPORD, and FRAGO. b. Identify all risks associated with specified and implied missions and tasks. c. Integrate safety into every phase of the planning process. d. Identify the benefits of safety measures to the unit's mission versus the potential units of risk or hazard. e. Conduct continuous assessment of all operational phases for safety and risk reduction.
* 2. Hospital commander and leaders evaluate risk or safety hazards identified during operations. (850-001-2000, 850-001-3001, 850-001-4001) a. Identify previously executed unsafe acts and their corrective actions. b. Identify unwarranted risks. c. Compare identified risk to acceptable risk level stated in the commander's intent and based on the training objective. .. d. Calculate projected equipment and personnel losses from accidents by reviewing historical records. e. Describe operations in terms of its risk level (extremely high, high, medium, and low). f. Prepare COA that minimizes accidental losses.
* 3. Hospital commander and leaders eliminate or reduce risk and safety hazards. (850-001-2000, 850-001-3001, 850-001-4001) a. Select COA that maximizes operational effectiveness and minimizes risks. b. Develop procedures that reduce risks. c. Provide guidance that enhances safety in all phases of operation. d. Prescribe safety or protective equipment that enhances safety and reduces risks. e. Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP. f. Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.
4. Hospital personnel employ safety enhancement procedures. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 850-001-2000, 850-001-3001, 850-001-4001) a. Practice safety procedures during all mission rehearsals and operations. b. Employ environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP. c. Correct unsafe acts on-the-spot. d. Report to hospital safety officer risks or safety violations beyond element's corrective level.
TASK PERFORMANCE I 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
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
850-001-2000 Employ Accident Prevention Measures and STP 21-24-SMCT
Risk Mgt Process
850-001-3001 Control Mission Safety Hazard STP 21-24-SMCT
850-001-4001 Integrate Risk Management Into Platoon STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
PATIENT ADMIN DIV
SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV
TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT
NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM
UNIT HEADQUARTERS
SUP & SVC DIV (AUG)
HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS
HOSP OPERATIONS SECT
COMPANY HEADQUARTERS
TASK: HANDLE ENEMY PRISONERS OF WAR (19-3-3106.08-705L) (FM 19-40) . (AR 600-8-1). (FM 27-10). (FM 3-3) . (FM 3-5) . (FM 4-02.7). (FM 8-10-14) . (FM 8-10-6). (FM 100-15) (FM 3-4) (FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-8)

ITERATION:. 1.2 3 4.
5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Threat soldiers are surrendering. The hospital is supporting tactical operations. Some EPW are wounded and require medical assistance. MP have established an EPW collection point in the support area. Medical brigade/medical group TSOP, OPORD, INTSUM, and hospital TSOP are available. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available.
NOTE: Masks and protective clothing are provided EPW, if available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Hospital transports EPW to the designated holding area within the time prescribed in the TSOP, INTSUM, and/or Medical brigade/medical group directives. At MOPP4, EPW processing and evacuation transport times increase significantly.
TASK CTEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
.1. Hospital commander and leaders supervise EPW processing in the unit area. (191-376-4101, 191-376-4103, 191-377-4205, 191-378-6079, 191-379-4405, 191-379-4413, 301-371-1200)

a.
Disseminate designated EPW collection point(s) locations to all elements.

b.
Coordinate disposition of EPW with medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3 before transporting to the rear.

c.
Coordinate with medical brigade DCSSPO/medical group S2/S3 to provide escort guards (nonmedical) for EPW medical evacuation.

d.
Monitor processing procedures to ensure compliance with the TSOP and current INTSUM.

2. Hospital personnel search EPW. (181-101-4001, 191-376-4101, 191-376-4103, 301-371-1200)
a.
Remove all weapons and documents.

b.
Return personal items of no military intelligence value.

c.
Provide EPW a receipt for personal items taken.

d.
Tag each EPW and each item removed IAVV FM 19-40.

3. Hospital personnel segregate EPW. (081-831-1046, 081-831-1054, 805C-PAD-2060)
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a.
Segregate EPW by rank, sex, deserters, civilians, nationality, and ideology,
when possible.

b.
Treat EPW casualties. (08-2-0314.08-705L) NOTE: See task 08-2-0314.08-705L for detailed treatment procedures.

c.
Report EPW casualties to TOC, as required.

d.
Request evacuation for EPW litter patients as required, through medical
command/medical brigade MRO.

4. Hospital personnel silence EPW.
a.
Prevent EPW leaders from giving orders.

b.
Prevent communications between captured personnel.

c.
Conduct no conversations in front of EPW except to issue orders and
maintain discipline.

5. TOC coordinates for transportation to move EPW to nearest collection point.
(113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)

a.
Removes EPW from dangers of the immediate battle area.

b.
Prevents abuse of EPW by fellow soldiers or local populace.

c.
Coordinates with medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3
section to furnish transportation and guards to escort EPW to closest
collection point.

NOTE: If transportation is unavailable or time and distance factors permit, march EPW to the nearest collection 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
081-831-1046 TRANSPORT A CASUALTY STP 21-1-SMCT
081-831-1054 EVACUATE CASUALTIES STP 21-24-SMCT
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
181-101-4001 Conduct a Search/Seizure STP 21-24-SMCT
191-376-4101 Process Enemy Prisoners of War/Civilian STP 21-24-SMCT

Internees (EPW/CI) at a Collecting Point or
Holding Area
191-376-4103 Process Enemy Prisoners of War/Civilian .. STP 21-24-SMCT
Internees (EPW/CI) for Internment

191-377-4205 Supervise Processing of Enemy Prisoners of STP 21-24-SMCT
War/Civilian Internees (EPW/CI) at a
Collecting Point or Holding Area

191-378-6079 Supervise the Escort of Enemy Prisoners of STP 21-24-SMCT
War/Civilian Internees (EPW/CI) to Collecting
to Collecting Point/Holding Area Enclosure

SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title. References
191-379-4405 191-379-4413 301-371-1200 Plan the Movement of Enemy Prisoners of .STP 21-24-SMCT War/Civilian Internees (EPW/CI) SUPERVISE PROCESSING OF CAPTIVES.STP 21-24-SMCT FOR INTERNMENT PROCESS CAPTURED MATERIEL.STP 21-24-SMCT

SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS
.
Task Number Task Title. References
08-2-0314.08-705L TREAT HOSPITAL CASUALTIES.ARTEP 8-705-MTP
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
ELEMENTS: OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD PATIENT ADMIN DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OPERATING ROOM B OPERATING ROOM A HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG)
TASK: PROCESS CAPTURED DOCUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT (19-3-3105.08-705L) (FM 34-54). (AR 381-26). (FM 19-40) (FM 27-10). (FM 3-4). (FM 34-52) (FM 3-5). (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14) (FM 8-10-6). (FM 8-10-8)
ITERATION:. 1.2 3 4.
5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T P.
U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: Threat equipment and documents are surrendered or found. The hospital is supporting tactical operations. The medical brigade/medical group TSOP and OPORD are available. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Hospital processes all enemy documents and equipment IAW disposition instructions from the medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section and the hospital TSOP. At MOPP4, documents and equipment processing and disposition times.increase.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Hospital commander and leaders supervise enemy document and equipment processing. (113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 191-377-4205, 301-371-1200)

a.
Disseminate to all elements instructions and procedures for processing
enemy documents and equipment.

b.
Coordinate disposition of enemy documents and equipment with medical
brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section.

c.
Coordinate with medical brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3
section for transportation of equipment to the rear.

d.
Monitor processing procedures to ensure compliance with the TSOP and
medical command/ medical brigade operations branch guidance.


2. Hospital reports possession of enemy documents or equipment to medical
brigade operations branch/medical group S2/S3 section. (301-371-1200)

a. Processes reports for documents and equipment IAW FM 34-54 and TSOP.
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b.
Requests disposition of enemy documents and equipment from the medical
brigade DCSSPO and logistics section/medical group S2/S3 and S4
section.

c.
Tags all enemy documents and equipment before evacuation.

3. Hospital executes approved disposition of enemy documents and equipment.
(301-371-1200)

a.
Transports enemy equipment (less medical) IAW disposition instructions.

b.
Destroys the enemy equipment (less medical) PAW disposition instructions. NOTE: If tactical situation does not permit equipment destruction or evacuation, or other special instructions exist, abandon enemy equipment IAW disposition instructions.

c.
Transports documents through medical brigade operations branch/medical
group S2/S3 section to intelligence personnel.

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

113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT
Secure Net
191-377-4205 Supervise Processing of Enemy Prisoners of STP 21-24-SMCT
War/Civilian Internees (EPW/CI) at a
Collecting Point or Holding Area
301-371-1200 PROCESS CAPTURED MATERIEL STP 21-24-SMCT
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS: NONE
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
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ELEMENTS: ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK RADIOLOGY SERVICE HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD
TASK: TREAT HOSPITAL CASUALTIES (08-2-0314.08-705L) (AR 600-8-1) (FM 100-20) (FM 21-11) (FM 3-0) (FM 3-100.4) (FM 3-11.21) (FM 3-3) (FM 3-4) (FM 3-5) (FM 4-02.283) (FM 8-10) (FM 8-10-14) (FM 8-10-6) (FM 8-285) (FM 8-42) (FM 8-55) (FM 8-9) (TC 3-34.489) (TC 8-800) (TG 244)
ITERATION:. 1.2 3 4.
5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P.U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: THIS TASK MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT A CBRNE EVENT. Hospital has sustained casualties. Threat force contact is broken. Soldiers are wounded and may have chemical contamination of non battle injuries. Hospital members are treating the wounded. This task is performed simultaneously with other reorganization tasks. The medical brigade/medical group TSOP and OPORD are available. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. This task should not be performed in MOPP4, except when treating NBC casualties. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Hospital members provide treatment for casualties IAW FM 8-285 and FM 21-11. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors increase casualty treatment and evacuation times.
(
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
* 1. Hospital commander and leaders supervise treatment and evacuation of
casualties. (081-831-0101, 081-831-1047, 113-600-2001, 113-637-2001, 805C-
PAD-2060)
a. Develop treatment plan.
b. Monitor treatment to ensure all casualties are treated.
c. Direct employment of hospital personnel to treat casualties.
d. Conduct battlefield stress reduction and prevention procedures. (08-2-
R303.08-705L) .
NOTE: See task 08-2-R303.08-705L for detailed procedures.
e. Report casualties to administrative division, as required.
f. Coordinate replenishment of Class VII supplies with LOG SPT Co, MED BN
(LOG) IAW the TSOP.
g. Direct distribution of Class VIII supplies and equipment IAW the TSOP.
h. Enforce quality control procedures for Class VIII items issued to hospital
personnel.
i. Coordinate for evacuation support with medical brigade SPO
section/medical group S2/S3 section.
2. Hospital personnel survey casualties. (081-831-0008, 081-831-0010, 081-831-
0011, 081-831-0012, 081-831-0013, 081-831-0033, 081-831-1000, 081-833-
0080, 081-833-0082, 081-833-0155, 081-833-0156, 081-833-3027)
a. Check for responsiveness.
b. Check for breathing.
c. Check for bleeding.
d. Check for head injury.
e. Check for shock.
f. Check for fractures, to include cervical spine and back fractures.
g. Check for burns.
3. Hospital personnel administer life-saving treatment. (081-831-0008, 081-831-
0018, 081-831-0019, 081-831-0046, 081-831-0048, 081-831-1003, 081-831-
1042, 081-833-0016, 081-833-0018, 081-833-0021, 081-833-0142, 081-833­
0158, 081-833-0169, 081-833-0174, 081-833-3007, 081-833-3022)
a. Wear protective devices (i.e., surgical mask and gloves).
b. Clear all objects from throat of casualty.
c. Use jaw thrust method to open the airway, if cervical spine injury is
suspected.
d. Perform CPR, one or two rescuer method.
4. Hospital personnel control hemorrhage. (081-831-1032, 081-833-0033, 081­
833-0046, 081-833-0161)
a. Apply manual direct pressure to wound.
b. Elevate extremities.
c. Apply pressure dressing to wound.
d. Apply digital pressure to pressure points.
e. Apply tourniquet as last resort.
f. Initiate IV therapy when indicated.
NOTE: Cannot be done in MOPP4.
5. Hospital personnel dress wounds. (081-831-1025, 081-831-1026, 081-831-
1032, 081-831-1033, 081-833-0007, 081-833-0010, 081-833-0034, 081-833- .,
0045, 081-833-0046, 081-833-0050, 081-833-0052, 081-833-0060)
a. Apply dressing to an open chest wound.
b. Apply dressing to an open abdominal wound.
c. Apply dressing to an open head wound.
d. Apply dressing to extremity wounds.

ARTEP 8-705-MTP
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
6. Hospital personnel splint suspected fractures. (081-831-0044, 081-831-1034, 081-833-0060, 081-833-0062, 081-833-0064, 081-833-0141) a. Employ available materials to splint injury. b. Splint fracture in position found. c. Restrict movement of extremities. d. Check circulation for impairment.
7. Hospital personnel stabilize suspected fractures of the neck and back. (081-833-0092) a. Apply cervical collar, if available. b. Apply a short spine board for suspected fractures of the neck. c. Apply a long spine board for suspected fractures of the back and neck.
8. Hospital personnel treat casualties with burns. (081-831-0008, 081-831-1007, 081-833-0007, 081-833-0010, 081-833-0033, 081-833-0034, 081-833-0058, 081-833-0070, 081-833-0086) a. Extinguish thermal burn agent(s). b. Remove chemical burn agent(s). c. Eliminate electrical burn source. d. Uncover burn unless stuck to clothing or a chemical substance. e. Apply field dressing. f. Initiate fluid replacement, as required. g. Initiate IV therapy, if indicated. NOTE: Cannot be done in MOPP4.
9. Hospital personnel treat environmental injuries. (081-831-0038, 081-831-0039, 081-831-1008, 081-831-1045) a. Provide medical treatment for heat injuries. b. Provide medical treatment for frost bite.
10. Hospital personnel treat chemical casualties. (081-831-0008, 081-831-1044, 081-831-1053, 081-831-9000, 081-833-0083, 081-833-0084, 081-833-0085, 081-833-0086, 081-833-0089, 081-833-0093, 081-833-0095) a. Take immediate protective steps IAW FM 8-285 to protect self and warn others. b. Protect casualty from further contamination. c. Administer nerve agent antidote IAW FM 8-285. d. Decontaminate casualty IAW FM 8-285, if necessary.
11. Hospital personnel prevent shock. (081-831-1005, 081-833-0031, 081-833-0033, 081-833-0034, 081-833-0047, 081-833-0103, 081-833-3011) a. Position casualty in the correct anti-shock position. b. Loosen clothing and equipment. c. Prevent casualty from chilling or overheating. d. Calm casualty by reassuring him. e. Use anti-shock garment, if indicated. f. Initiate IV therapy, if indicated. NOTE: Cannot be done in MOPP4.
12. Hospital personnel evacuate casualties to TRIAGE/EMT/PREOP. (081-831­0101, 081-831-1046, 081-831-1054, 081-833-0092, 081-833-0151, 081-833­0171, 081-833-0172, 081-833-0173) a. Prepare casualties for evacuation. b. Identify litter team. c. Construct improvised litter available material, as required. d. Secure casualty on litter. e. Employ appropriate manual carry if litter is not available.
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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
f. Transport casualty without causing further injury IAW FM 8-10-6.
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
081-831-0008 PUT ON STERILE GLOVES
081-831-0010 MEASURE A PATIENT'S RESPIRATIONS
081-831-0011 MEASURE A PATIENT'S PULSE
081-831-0012 MEASURE A PATIENT'S BLOOD

PRESSURE 081-831-0013 MEASURE A PATIENT'S TEMPERATURE 081-831-0018 OPEN THE AIRWAY 081-831-0019 CLEAR AN UPPER AIRWAY OBSTRUCTION 081-831-0033 INITIATE A FIELD MEDICAL CARD 081-831-0038 TREAT A CASUALTY FOR A HEAT INJURY 081-831-0039 TREAT A CASUALTY FOR A COLD INJURY 081-831-0044 APPLY A PNEUMATIC SPLINT TO A
CASUALTY WITH A SUSPECTED
FRACTURE OF AN EXTREMITY
081-831-0046 ADMINISTER EXTERNAL CHEST

COMPRESSIONS
081-831-0048 PERFORM RESCUE BREATHING
081-831-0101 REQUEST MEDICAL EVACUATION
081-831-1000 EVALUATE A CASUALTY
081-831-1003 PERFORM FIRST AID TO CLEAR AN

OBJECT STUCK IN THE THROAT OF A
CONSCIOUS CASUALTY
081-831-1005 PERFORM FIRST AID TO PREVENT OR

CONTROL SHOCK 081-831-1007 PERFORM FIRST AID FOR BURNS 081-831-1008 PERFORM FIRST AID FOR HEAT INJURIES 081-831-1025 PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN
ABDOMINAL WOUND 081-831-1026 PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN CHEST WOUND 081-831-1032 PERFORM FIRST AID FOR BLEEDING OF AN EXTREMITY 081-831-1033 PERFORM FIRST AID FOR AN OPEN HEAD WOUND 081-831-1034 PERFORM FIRST AID FOR A SUSPECTED FRACTURE 081-831-1042 PERFORM MOUTH-TO-MOUTH RESUSCITATION 081-831-1044 PERFORM FIRST AID FOR NERVE AGENT INJURY
5 M TOTAL
References
STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG
STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG
STP 8-91W15-SM-TG
STP 8-91W15-SM-TG 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 21-1-SMCT
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
Task Number Task Title
081-831-1045 PERFORM FIRST AID FOR COLD INJURIES
081-831-1046 TRANSPORT A CASUALTY
081-831-1047 SUPERVISE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF
PREVENTIVE MEDICINE POLICIES
081-831-1053 PRACTICE INDIVIDUAL PREVENTIVE
MEDICINE COUNTERMEASURES
081-831-1054 EVACUATE CASUALTIES
081-831-9000 IMPLEMENT PREVENTIVE MEDICINE
MEASURES (PMM)
081-833-0007 ESTABLISH A STERILE FIELD
081-833-0010 CHANGE A STERILE DRESSING
081-833-0016 INSERT AN OROPHARYNGEAL AIRWAY (J
TUBE)
081-833-0018 SET UP AN OXYGEN TANK
081-833-0021 PERFORM ORAL AND NASOPHARYNGEAL
SUCTIONING OF A PATIENT
081-833-0031 INITIATE TREATMENT FOR
ANAPHYLACTIC SHOCK
081-833-0033 INITIATE AN INTRAVENOUS INFUSION
081-833-0034 MANAGE A PATIENT WITH AN
INTRAVENOUS INFUSION
081-833-0045 TREAT A CASUALTY WITH AN OPEN
ABDOMINAL WOUND
081-833-0046 APPLY A DRESSING TO AN IMPALEMENT
INJURY
081-833-0047 INITIATE TREATMENT FOR HYPOVOLEMIC
SHOCK
081-833-0050 TREAT A CASUALTY WITH AN OPEN
CHEST WOUND
081-833-0052 TREAT A CASUALTY WITH AN OPEN OR
CLOSED HEAD INJURY
081-833-0058 TREAT BURNS OF THE EYE
081-833-0060 APPLY A ROLLER BANDAGE
081-833-0062 IMMOBILIZE A SUSPECTED FRACTURE OF
THE ARM OR DISLOCATED SHOULDER
081-833-0064 IMMOBILIZE A SUSPECTED DISLOCATED
OR FRACTURED HIP
081-833-0070 ADMINISTER INITIAL TREATMENT FOR
BURNS
081-833-0080 TRIAGE CASUALTIES ON A
CONVENTIONAL BATTLEFIELD
081-833-0082 TRIAGE CASUALTIES ON AN INTEGRATED
BATTLEFIELD
081-833-0083 TREAT A NERVE AGENT CASUALTY IN
THE FIELD
081-833-0084 TREAT A BLOOD AGENT (HYDROGEN
CYANIDE) CASUALTY IN THE FIELD
081-833-0085 TREAT A CHOKING AGENT CASUALTY IN
THE FIELD
081-833-0086 TREAT A BLISTER AGENT CASUALTY
(MUSTARD, LEWISITE, PHOSGENE
OXIME) IN THE FIELD
081-833-0089 ADMINISTER AN INJECTION
(INTRAMUSCULAR, SUBCUTANEOUS,
INTRADERMAL)
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References
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT
STP 21-1-SMCT
STP 21-24-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT STP 8-91W15-SM-TG
STP 8-91W15-SM-TG
STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG
STP 8-91W15-SM-TG
STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG
STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG
STP 8-91W15-SM-TG
DODD0A-012806
Task Number
081-833-0092
081-833-0093
081-833-0095
081-833-0103
081-833-0141
081-833-0142
081-833-0151
081-833-0155
081-833-0156
081-833-0158
081-833-0161
081-833-0169
081-833-0171
081-833-0172
081-833-0173
081-833-0174 081-833-3007
081-833-3011
081-833-3022 081-833-3027 113-600-2001 113-637-2001
Task Number
082R303.08705L
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS Task Title
TRANSPORT A CASUALTY WITH A SUSPECTED SPINAL INJURY SET UP A CASUALTY DECONTAMINATION STATION DECONTAMINATE A CASUALTY PROVIDE CARE FOR A SOLDIER WITH SYMPTOMS OF BATTLE FATIGUE APPLY A TRACTION SPLINT INSERT A NASOPHARYNGEAL AIRWAY LOAD CASUALTIES ONTO GROUND EVACUATION PLATFORMS PERFORM A TRAUMA CASUALTY ASSESSMENT PERFORM A MEDICAL PATIENT ASSESSMENT ADMINISTER OXYGEN CONTROL BLEEDING INSERT A COMBITUBE LOAD CASUALTIES ONTO NONSTANDARD VEHICLES, 1 1/4 TON, 4X4, M998 LOAD CASUALTIES ONTO NONSTANDARD VEHICLES, 2 1/2 TON, 6X6 OR 5 TON, 6X6, CARGO TRUCK LOAD CASUALTIES ONTO NONSTANDARD VEHICLES, 5 TON M-1085, M-1093, 2 1/2 TON M-1081 ADMINISTER MORPHINE PERFORM NEEDLE CHEST DECOMPRESSION APPLY PNEUMATIC ANTI-SHOCK GARMENT INSERT A NASOGASTRIC TUBE MANAGE CARDIAC ARREST USING AED Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a Secure Net
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS Task Title.
References
STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG
STP 8-91W15-SM-TG
STP 8-91W15-SM-TG
STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG
STP 8-91W15-SM-TG
STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 8-91W15-SM-TG STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-1-SMCT
References
CONDUCT BATTLEFIELD STRESS.ARTEP 8-705-MTP REDUCTION AND PREVENTION PROCEDURES
OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE

ELEMENTS: PATIENT ADMIN DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV
TASK: PERFORM MORTUARY AFFAIRS OPERATIONS (10-2-C318.08-705L) (JP 4-06). (AR 40-66). (FM 10-64) (FM 21-11). (FM 3-4). (FM 3-5)
(FM 4-02.7). (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14)
(FM 8-10-6)

ITERATION:. 1.2.3.4.5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital has sustained fatalities. The hospital has requested aerial reconnaissance support. Some remains may be contaminated. The medical brigade/medical group TSOP and OPORD are available. This task may be performed by non mortuary affairs personnel. The hospital commander has assigned search and recovery team leader(s) and personnel. Emergency burials are authorized by the medical brigade/medical group commander. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: Search, recovery, evacuation, and emergency burial operations are performed IAW the TSOP and OPORD. At MOPP4, only those tasks deemed mission essential by the hospital commander are performed.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
...
*
1. Search and recovery team leader prepares for tie search. (071-329-1019, 113­600-2001, 113-637-2001)

a.
Performs a map, terrain, or aerial reconnaissance of the search area.

b.
Identifies additional support requirements.

c.
Requests additional support requirements from the medical
command/medical brigade logistics section.

d.
Identifies search pattern to be used.

e.
Coordinates for NBC and EOD assistance with the medical
command/medical brigade operations branch.

f.
Coordinates for security of search area with medical command/medical
brigade operations branch.

*
2. Search and recovery team leader(s) supervise search, recovery, and evacuation operations.

a.
Brief search and recovery team(s) on operational procedures.

b.
Issue personal effects bags, human remains pouches, if available, and
NBC agent tags.

c.
Assign areas of search to each team of which the sum equals the entire
search area, as directed by the hospital commander.

d.
Assign a portion of the search area to an individual team member.

e.
Monitor search and recovery team(s) operations for compliance with TSOP,
OPORD, and the hospital commander's guidance.

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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
f. Conduct battlefield stress reduction and prevention procedures. (08-2­
R303.08-705L)
NOTE: See task 08-2-R303.08-705L for detailed procedures.
3. Search and recovery team(s) conduct the search.
a. Search assigned areas for remains and personal effects.
b. Mark location of remains with pegs.
c. Initiate FMC for each remains IAW AR 40-66 and FM 8-10-6 (medical
personnel only).
d. Prepare recovery sketch indicating spot where remains and personal
effects are found.
4. Search and recovery team(s) recover remains. (071-329-1019, 101-515-1999,
113-600-2001, 113-637-2001)
a. Inspect immediate area for booby traps and NBC contaminants.
b. Perform procedures for initial identification.
c. Attach to contagious or contaminated remains a tag marked with a large
"C", and the identity of each contagion and/or contaminant.
NOTE: Remains found in a contaminated area are to be handled IAW procedures set
forth in JP 4-06 and buried according to mass burial procedures.
d. Attach personal effects to remains.
e. Shroud remains with available materials.
f. Prepare a sketch of the recovery area showing major landmarks.
g. Prepare a map overlay of the recovery site.
h. Coordinate transport of recovered remains to collection points with the
medical command/medical brigade operations branch.
i. Forward SITREP PAW TSOP to the medical command/medical brigade
operations branch.
5. Search and recovery team(s) transport remains. (101-515-1998)
a. Verify that personal effects are attached to remains.
b. Transport remains to a designated mortuary affairs collection point in a
covered vehicle or aircraft. NOTE: Remaii is will not be transported in ambulances. •
* 6. Search and recovery team leader(s) supervise emergency burials. (113-600­
2001, 113-637-2001)
a. Identify specific burial site in coordination with the medical
command/medical brigade DCSPER.
b. Supervise marking of grave sites PAW appropriate FM, TSOP, and current
directives.
c. Supervise the burial of all recovered remains and their personal effects.
d. Report burial data to BCOC and/or medical command/medical brigade
operations branch.
7. Search and recovery team(s) perform emergency burials. (101-515-1997)
a. Prepare the grave site(s) PAW appropriate FM, TSOP, and current
directives.
b. Mark all grave sites IAW JP 4-06.
c. Bury U.S., Allied, and enemy forces remains and personal effects in
separate grave site(s).
d. Bury contaminated remains in trenches separate from uncontaminated and
decontaminated remains. -

DODD0A-012809
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 Use a Map Overlay STP 21-24-SMCT
101-515-1997 Inter Isolated Remains (after receiving STP 21-1-SMCT

authorization)
101-515-1998 Evacuate Isolated Remains STP 21-1-SMCT
101-515-1999 Recover Isolated Remains STP 21-1-SMCT
113-600-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone STP 21-1-SMCT
113-637-2001 Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a STP 21-1-SMCT

Secure Net
SUPPORTING COLLECTIVE TASKS ..
Task Number Task Title References
.
08-2-R303.08-705L CONDUCT BATTLEFIELD STRESS ARTEP 8-705-MTP
REDUCTION AND PREVENTION
PROCEDURES

OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS: NONE
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ELEMENTS: ORTHO CAST CLINIC 2 CMS 5 INTENSIVE CARE WARD RADIOLOGY SERVICE HOSP OPERATIONS SECT COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATION DIV PATIENT ADMIN DIV NUTRITION CARE DIV SUPPLY & SERVICE DIV NURSING SVC CNTL TEAM TRIAGE/PRE-OP/EMT LITTER BEARER SECTION OR/CMS CONTROL TEAM OPERATING ROOM A OPERATING ROOM B DENTAL SERVICE INPATIENT MEDICINE A 3 INTENSIVE CARE WARD 7 INTERMED CARE WARDS NP WARD & CONSULT SVC 2 MINIMAL CARE WARDS PHARMACY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE BLOOD BANK PT SERVICE HOSPITAL MINISTRY TM UNIT HEADQUARTERS SUP & SVC DIV (AUG) OPERATING ROOM C OPERATING ROOM D HOSPITAL HEADQUARTERS
TASK: PERFORM AREA DAMAGE. CONTROL FUNCTIONS (63-2-1028.08-705L) (FM 63-3). (AR 200-1). (AR 385-10) (AR 600-8-1). (FM 100-15). (FM 21-11) (FM 3-100.4). (FM 3-4). (FM 3-5) (FM 4-02.7). (FM 63-4). (FM 71-100) (FM 7-20). (FM 8-10). (FM 8-10-14) (FM 8-10-6). (TC 3-34.489)
ITERATION:. 1.2.3 4.
5.M.(Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT:.T.P U.(Circle)
CONDITIONS: The hospital is relieved of threat encounter by the MP or TCF or threat forces have completely withdrawn from the area. The attack has caused heavy damage to the hospital area. The hospital control and assessment CP has been established and is manned by control and assessment team personnel. ADC resources are not be expended to remove or repair materials or structures that have no bearing on mission accomplishment. Assistance is provided to supporting elements as required. TSOP and OPORD are available. SCPE is on hand and/or field-expedient and natural shelters are available. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STANDARDS: All mission hindering debris and safety hazards are cleared and marked. ADC is conducted IAW TSOP and OPORD. At MOPP4, performance degradation factors minimally increase ADC activities completion time.
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
*
1. Hospital commander and leaders supervise hospital ADC activities. (113-600­2001, 113-637-2001)

a.
Identify damage to hospital area.

b.
Forward ADC SITREP to control and assessment CP.

c.
Identify ADC policies and procedures by reviewing applicable annex of
hospital TSOP and medical brigade/medical group rear area operations
annex.

d.
Identify danger areas.

e.
Supervise hospital restoration activities.

f.
Coordinate additional support requirements with control and assessment
CP.

g.
Coordinate dispatch of ADC team(s) with control and assessment CP.

h.
Enforce safety procedures IAW AR 385-10 and TSOP.

i.
Enforce environmental protection procedures IAW AR 200-1 and TSOP.

j.
Report casualties to medical brigade/medical group HQ, as required.

*
2. Hospital commander and leaders organize hospital ADC teams.

a.
Identify required team members and equipment IAW OPORD and TSOP.

b.
Dispatch control and assessment team personnel and equipment to control
and assessment CP.

c.
Organize decontamination squad(s) and light rescue squad(s) as
prescribed by TSOP and medical brigade/medical group guidance.

d.
Brief decontamination and rescue squads.

e.
Dispatch decontamination and rescue squads as directed by control and
assessment CP.

3. Hospital perform