Email between Army Officers re: Detainee Operations and Training Guidance

This email contains slides on Detainee operations and updated OIF Training Guidance. The slide show highlights "Theater Specific Internment and Detainee Operations Collective Tasks" such as: Communicate with Detainees (Muslim Cultural Awareness); Restraint Procedures for Detainees; Respond to a Bomb Threat and/or a Bomb within Detainee Operations; Humane Treatment of Detainees; Non-lethal Weapons Capabilities During Disorders I Disturbances within Detainee Operations; and Biometric Automated Toolset Systems (BATS) and National Detainee Reporting System (NDRS).

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Email
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Saturday, June 5, 2004
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Tuesday, February 14, 2006
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LTC - G Subject: 0 F Detainee Ops and OIF Training Guidance, change 3

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Slides as requested - OIF Detainee operationS and updated OIF Training Guidance, change 3.
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OIF Detainee Operations
Theater Specific Internment and Detainee Operations Collective Tasks

Introduction to Detainee Operations (OIF Detainee Definitions)


Communicate with Detainees (Muslim Cultural Awareness)


Geneva Conventions (Human Treatment of Detainees)


Stress Management


HIV / Universal Precautions within Detainee Operations


Use of Force for Detainee and Interrogation Operations (DROE / IROE)


Detainee Frisk, Undress, Cell and Area Search Procedures


Restraint Procedures for Detainees


Personal Safety Awareness


React to a Physical Attack Using Unarmed Self Defense Techniques


Forced Cell Move (FCM) Procedures


Respond to a Bomb Threat and/or a Bomb within Detainee Operations


Emergency Actions for Fire, Escapes and Disorders within Detainee Facilities


Cell Block Operations within a Detainee Camp


Accountability Procedures


Perform Security and Control Activities within Detainee Operations


Special Housing Unit (SHU) / Segregation Operations

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Main Gate / Sally Port Operations


Visitation Procedures


Biometric Automated Toolset Systems (BATS) and National Detainee Reporting System (NDRS)


Capabilities and Limitations of the Interrogation


Support Relationships between Military Police and Military Intelligence in Detainee Operations


Humane Treatment of Detainees


International Agreements and Regulations Relating to Detainees


Integration of Procedures for Evacuation, Control, and Administration of Detainees


Escort Procedures within Detainee Operations


Non-lethal Weapons Capabilities During Disorders I Disturbances within Detainee Operations

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Traming Tasks
Stability ..Operations
• Leader Tasks/Training

Understand the military, political, cultural, economic, and religious environment.


Utilize an Interpreter


Perform Negotiations


Supervise Convoy Operations


Employ Non-Lethal (NL) Capabilities


Plan and Conduct Urban Operations


Supervise ROE


Use of Graduated Response


Conduct CASEVAC


Risk management


Supervise Traffic Control


Cordon and Search


UX0s/IEDs


Crowd Control

• Squad/ Platoon

Traffic Control Point Operations


Conduct a personnel search.


Conduct a vehicle search


Observation Post Operations


Convoy Operations (platoon only)


Quick Reaction Force Ops (platoon only)


Cordon and Search (platoon only)


Urban Operations (platoon only)

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Company


Convoy Operations


Quick Reaction Force Operations.


Cordon and Search


Urban Operations


Establish/Operate a Company CP


Information Operations


Battalion/Task Force


Liaison with Outside Agencies


Quick Reaction Force Ops


Force Protection


Information Operations


Convoy Operations


Media Relations


Conventional/SOF Coordination


Brigade


Force Protection


Liaison with Outside Agencies


Information Operations


Liaison with Coalitio-n-farees

Source: OIF Training Guidance Change 3, 5 JUN 04

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Combat Operations


Individual tasks (as required)


CTT


Land Navigation


Individual movement techniques


Troop leading procedures


UXO TTP


IED Recognition TTP


Counter Sniper Operations


Law of War (Geneva & Hague Conventions)


Army Values


CFLCC Rules for Use of Force


Grew/Team/Squad


Conduct Troop Leading Procedures


Team/squad movement


Crew served weapons gunnery


Squad attack


Conduct Link up


Patrolling TTP


Combat Life Saver


IED Recognition and TTPs


MOUT squad lane


React to Sniper


Platoon


Formations


Cross danger area


Deliberate attack


Actions orr contact


Employ/reduce obstacles


Break contact


React to ambush


React to Sniper


Knock out bunker


Assault Building


Initial breach of wirelminelobstacle


Enter/Clear trench

-.I leavylLt Ops

MOUT


Convoy Operations


Raid

• Am bush

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Company


Convoy Operations


Hasty & Deliberate defense


Counter recon


Hasty Attack / Assault


Clear trench


Employ QRF


Breach


Advance Guard


Support by Fire


Heavy/Light Op


MOUT
Air.Ground Coordination


Battalion -Defense in Sector -Deliberate Attack


Movement to Contact
-Raid


Plan Operations Using the MDMP

-Air Ground Coordination


Brigade

-Conduct Command and Control Operations
• MDMP/BCBST (BDE CMD Battle Staff TNG)
-Deliberate Defense (SIM)
-Movement to Contact (SIM)
-Deliberate Attack (SIM)
-Stability & Support Ops Urban Environment LTPICPX
-Air Ground Coordination
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Source: OIF Training Guidance Change 3, 5 JUN 04
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