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Table of Contents
I. Personnel Data
A. Privacy Act
B. Recall Roster
C. Personal Data Sheets
II. Equipment
A. Weapons
B. Vehicle equipment
III. Training
A. Troop Leading Procedures
B. 8 Step Training Model
C. MEDEVAC 9-Line
D. IED 9-Line
E. CBRN Reports
H. Field Training
1. Risk Assessment Worksheet
2. Pre-Combat Checks/Inspections
3. Priorities of Work
IV. Miscellaneous
A. Army Values
B. Code of Conduct
C. Creed of the Non-Commissioned Officer
D. Soldier’s Creed
E. UCMJ
F. Promotions
G. School of Knowledge
H. Julian Calendar
I. References
PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
The personnel listed below, authorize SGT BITTECUFFER, SEAN, to
maintain their SSN and personnel information in this Leader’s Book,
with the understanding that this information will not be disclosed except
in the line of their official duties.
SSN
SIGNATURE
DATE
Recall Roster
NAME
Rank
Name
WPN
Rack#
Serial#
RUN SCORE HT/WT DATE
SU
RANK NAME AGE
PU
APFT
RANK/NAME
Sight
WEAPONSCORE DATE
WEAPONS
Serial#
DATE
NCOER
NVG
REMARKS
SOLDIER PERSONAL DATA SHEET
SOLDIER PERSONAL DATA SHEET
NAME:______________________RANK:______DOR:____________ SSN:_____________
NAME:______________________RANK:______DOR:____________ SSN:_____________
BASD:________ ETS:___________ DOB:___________MOS:_________ ASI:_________
BASD:________ ETS:___________ DOB:___________MOS:_________ ASI:_________
WEIGHT:_________HEIGHT:_________HAIR:_______ EYES:_______ AGE:______
WEIGHT:_________HEIGHT:_________HAIR:_______ EYES:_______ AGE:______
MARITAL STATUS: MARRIED
MARITAL STATUS: MARRIED
(SINGLE) DIVORCED SEPERATED
SPOUSE’S NAME: :__________________
AGE:_____
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:______
EFMP: Y or N
M or F EFMP: Y or N
(SINGLE) DIVORCED SEPERATED
SPOUSE’S NAME: :__________________
AGE:_____
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:______
EFMP: Y or N
M or F EFMP: Y or N
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:_______
M or F EFMP: Y or N
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:_______
M or F EFMP: Y or N
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:_______
M or F EFMP: Y or N
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:_______
M or F EFMP: Y or N
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:_______
M or F EFMP: Y or N
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:_______
M or F EFMP: Y or N
HOME ADDRESS:________________________
__ PHONE:_________________
HOME ADDRESS:________________________
__ PHONE:_________________
RELIGION:_________ BLOOD TYPE:_______WEAPON #:_____WEAPON SERIAL#:____________
RELIGION:_________ BLOOD TYPE:_______WEAPON #:_____WEAPON SERIAL#:____________
MASK #:______INSERTS REQUIRED: Y or N
MASK #:______INSERTS REQUIRED: Y or N
DATE NBC PROF:_________CONF:_________
DATE NBC PROF:_________CONF:_________
DATE WEAPONS QUAL:___________TYPE:_________QUALIFIED: MARK SHARP EXPERT
DATE WEAPONS QUAL:___________TYPE:_________QUALIFIED: MARK SHARP EXPERT
DATE LAST PT TEST:____________SCORE:______PUSH-UP:______SIT-UP______RUN:_______
DATE LAST PT TEST:____________SCORE:______PUSH-UP:______SIT-UP______RUN:_______
DATE WEIGH-IN:_____________BODYFAT%:________PROFILE: T or P ____________________
DATE WEIGH-IN:_____________BODYFAT%:________PROFILE: T or P ____________________
DATE CTT TEST:_____________GO or NOGO
DATE CTT TEST:_____________GO or NOGO
DATE DRIVERS TRAINING:_____________
DATE DRIVERS TRAINING:_____________
DATE QUALIFY CREW SERVED WEAPON:____________TYPE/S:__________________________
DATE QUALIFY CREW SERVED WEAPON:____________TYPE/S:__________________________
JSLIST SIZE:_________MASK SIZE:______ACU COAT SIZE:_____TROUSER SIZE:______
JSLIST SIZE:_________MASK SIZE:______ACU COAT SIZE:_____TROUSER SIZE:______
HAT SIZE:________BOOT SIZE:______DATE WLC:__________ALC:_________SLC:_________
HAT SIZE:________BOOT SIZE:______DATE WLC:__________ALC:_________SLC:_________
AWARDS:_________________________________________________________________
AWARDS:_________________________________________________________________
DATE LAST GCM:____________ROTATIONS TO SWA:______DATE LAST NCOER:____________
DATE LAST GCM:____________ROTATIONS TO SWA:______DATE LAST NCOER:____________
NEXT OF KIN:___________________ADDRESS:____________________________________
NEXT OF KIN:___________________ADDRESS:____________________________________
PHONE#:__________________
PHONE#:__________________
POV MAKE:___________MODEL:_____________YEAR:______LIC PLATE#:_____________
POV MAKE:___________MODEL:_____________YEAR:______LIC PLATE#:_____________
INS COMPANY:________________EXP DATE:___________
INS COMPANY:________________EXP DATE:___________
REMARKS:
REMARKS:
SOLDIER PERSONAL DATA SHEET
SOLDIER PERSONAL DATA SHEET
NAME:______________________RANK:______DOR:____________ SSN:_____________
NAME:______________________RANK:______DOR:____________ SSN:_____________
BASD:________ ETS:___________ DOB:___________MOS:_________ ASI:_________
BASD:________ ETS:___________ DOB:___________MOS:_________ ASI:_________
WEIGHT:_________HEIGHT:_________HAIR:_______ EYES:_______ AGE:______
WEIGHT:_________HEIGHT:_________HAIR:_______ EYES:_______ AGE:______
MARITAL STATUS: MARRIED
MARITAL STATUS: MARRIED
(SINGLE) DIVORCED SEPERATED
SPOUSE’S NAME: :__________________
AGE:_____
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:______
EFMP: Y or N
M or F EFMP: Y or N
(SINGLE) DIVORCED SEPERATED
SPOUSE’S NAME: :__________________
AGE:_____
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:______
EFMP: Y or N
M or F EFMP: Y or N
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:_______
M or F EFMP: Y or N
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:_______
M or F EFMP: Y or N
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:_______
M or F EFMP: Y or N
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:_______
M or F EFMP: Y or N
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:_______
M or F EFMP: Y or N
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:_______
M or F EFMP: Y or N
HOME ADDRESS:________________________
__ PHONE:_________________
HOME ADDRESS:________________________
__ PHONE:_________________
RELIGION:_________ BLOOD TYPE:_______WEAPON #:_____WEAPON SERIAL#:____________
RELIGION:_________ BLOOD TYPE:_______WEAPON #:_____WEAPON SERIAL#:____________
MASK #:______INSERTS REQUIRED: Y or N
MASK #:______INSERTS REQUIRED: Y or N
DATE NBC PROF:_________CONF:_________
DATE NBC PROF:_________CONF:_________
DATE WEAPONS QUAL:___________TYPE:_________QUALIFIED: MARK SHARP EXPERT
DATE WEAPONS QUAL:___________TYPE:_________QUALIFIED: MARK SHARP EXPERT
DATE LAST PT TEST:____________SCORE:______PUSH-UP:______SIT-UP______RUN:_______
DATE LAST PT TEST:____________SCORE:______PUSH-UP:______SIT-UP______RUN:_______
DATE WEIGH-IN:_____________BODYFAT%:________PROFILE: T or P ____________________
DATE WEIGH-IN:_____________BODYFAT%:________PROFILE: T or P ____________________
DATE CTT TEST:_____________GO or NOGO
DATE CTT TEST:_____________GO or NOGO
DATE DRIVERS TRAINING:_____________
DATE DRIVERS TRAINING:_____________
DATE QUALIFY CREW SERVED WEAPON:____________TYPE/S:__________________________
DATE QUALIFY CREW SERVED WEAPON:____________TYPE/S:__________________________
JSLIST SIZE:_________MASK SIZE:______ACU COAT SIZE:_____TROUSER SIZE:______
JSLIST SIZE:_________MASK SIZE:______ACU COAT SIZE:_____TROUSER SIZE:______
HAT SIZE:________BOOT SIZE:______DATE WLC:__________ALC:_________SLC:_________
HAT SIZE:________BOOT SIZE:______DATE WLC:__________ALC:_________SLC:_________
AWARDS:_________________________________________________________________
AWARDS:_________________________________________________________________
DATE LAST GCM:____________ROTATIONS TO SWA:______DATE LAST NCOER:____________
DATE LAST GCM:____________ROTATIONS TO SWA:______DATE LAST NCOER:____________
NEXT OF KIN:___________________ADDRESS:____________________________________
NEXT OF KIN:___________________ADDRESS:____________________________________
PHONE#:__________________
PHONE#:__________________
POV MAKE:___________MODEL:_____________YEAR:______LIC PLATE#:_____________
POV MAKE:___________MODEL:_____________YEAR:______LIC PLATE#:_____________
INS COMPANY:________________EXP DATE:___________
INS COMPANY:________________EXP DATE:___________
REMARKS:
REMARKS:
SOLDIER PERSONAL DATA SHEET
SOLDIER PERSONAL DATA SHEET
NAME:______________________RANK:______DOR:____________ SSN:_____________
NAME:______________________RANK:______DOR:____________ SSN:_____________
BASD:________ ETS:___________ DOB:___________MOS:_________ ASI:_________
BASD:________ ETS:___________ DOB:___________MOS:_________ ASI:_________
WEIGHT:_________HEIGHT:_________HAIR:_______ EYES:_______ AGE:______
WEIGHT:_________HEIGHT:_________HAIR:_______ EYES:_______ AGE:______
MARITAL STATUS: MARRIED
MARITAL STATUS: MARRIED
(SINGLE) DIVORCED SEPERATED
SPOUSE’S NAME: :__________________
AGE:_____
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:______
EFMP: Y or N
M or F EFMP: Y or N
(SINGLE) DIVORCED SEPERATED
SPOUSE’S NAME: :__________________
AGE:_____
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:______
EFMP: Y or N
M or F EFMP: Y or N
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:_______
M or F EFMP: Y or N
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:_______
M or F EFMP: Y or N
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:_______
M or F EFMP: Y or N
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:_______
M or F EFMP: Y or N
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:_______
M or F EFMP: Y or N
CHILD’S NAME:_________________________________AGE:_______
M or F EFMP: Y or N
HOME ADDRESS:________________________
__ PHONE:_________________
HOME ADDRESS:________________________
__ PHONE:_________________
RELIGION:_________ BLOOD TYPE:_______WEAPON #:_____WEAPON SERIAL#:____________
RELIGION:_________ BLOOD TYPE:_______WEAPON #:_____WEAPON SERIAL#:____________
MASK #:______INSERTS REQUIRED: Y or N
MASK #:______INSERTS REQUIRED: Y or N
DATE NBC PROF:_________CONF:_________
DATE NBC PROF:_________CONF:_________
DATE WEAPONS QUAL:___________TYPE:_________QUALIFIED: MARK SHARP EXPERT
DATE WEAPONS QUAL:___________TYPE:_________QUALIFIED: MARK SHARP EXPERT
DATE LAST PT TEST:____________SCORE:______PUSH-UP:______SIT-UP______RUN:_______
DATE LAST PT TEST:____________SCORE:______PUSH-UP:______SIT-UP______RUN:_______
DATE WEIGH-IN:_____________BODYFAT%:________PROFILE: T or P ____________________
DATE WEIGH-IN:_____________BODYFAT%:________PROFILE: T or P ____________________
DATE CTT TEST:_____________GO or NOGO
DATE CTT TEST:_____________GO or NOGO
DATE DRIVERS TRAINING:_____________
DATE DRIVERS TRAINING:_____________
DATE QUALIFY CREW SERVED WEAPON:____________TYPE/S:__________________________
DATE QUALIFY CREW SERVED WEAPON:____________TYPE/S:__________________________
JSLIST SIZE:_________MASK SIZE:______ACU COAT SIZE:_____TROUSER SIZE:______
JSLIST SIZE:_________MASK SIZE:______ACU COAT SIZE:_____TROUSER SIZE:______
HAT SIZE:________BOOT SIZE:______DATE WLC:__________ALC:_________SLC:_________
HAT SIZE:________BOOT SIZE:______DATE WLC:__________ALC:_________SLC:_________
AWARDS:_________________________________________________________________
AWARDS:_________________________________________________________________
DATE LAST GCM:____________ROTATIONS TO SWA:______DATE LAST NCOER:____________
DATE LAST GCM:____________ROTATIONS TO SWA:______DATE LAST NCOER:____________
NEXT OF KIN:___________________ADDRESS:____________________________________
NEXT OF KIN:___________________ADDRESS:____________________________________
PHONE#:__________________
PHONE#:__________________
POV MAKE:___________MODEL:_____________YEAR:______LIC PLATE#:_____________
POV MAKE:___________MODEL:_____________YEAR:______LIC PLATE#:_____________
INS COMPANY:________________EXP DATE:___________
INS COMPANY:________________EXP DATE:___________
REMARKS:
REMARKS:
TROOP LEADING
PROCEDURES
8 Step Training Model
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Plan the training
Train the trainers
Recon the site
Issue the plan
Rehearse
Execute
Conduct AARs
Retrain
Plan the Training
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METL correlation
Personnel
– Identify trainers
– Soldiers to be trained
Location/Date
Resources
– Time
– Personnel
– Training aids
– Logistical assets
Risk Assessment
– Must be done for all ranges or training events
with maneuver
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Train the Trainers
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Trainer evaluation parallels training objectives
Trainer proficient and knowledgeable of tasks,
conditions, and standards
Necessary references available to trainer
Recon the Site
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Conduct Leaders Recon
– Know the location of site
– Ensure site is suitable for your training
– Ensure site is accessible to emergency
vehicles
– Identify any obstacles that impede your
plan
– Ensure site is accessible by available
modes of transportation
– Coordinate for dirt/ranges 6 weeks out
Issue the Plan
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Brief OPORD or WARNO
Ensure dissemination of information
Receive a back brief from subordinate leaders
Rehearse
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Identify weak points in training plan
Ensure training can be accomplished in allotted
time
PCI/PCC
Execute
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Train to standard
Maintain Accountability
– Soldiers
– Weapons
– Equipment
9 Principles of Training
Conduct AARs
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Formal or Informal
Were mission objectives reached?
Annotate
– Accomplishments
– Shortcomings
– Methods to improve training
Retrain
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Have plan for remedial training
Retrain until standards are met
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Train as a combined arms team
Train as you fight
Use appropriate doctrine
Use performance oriented training
Train to challenge
Train to sustain proficiency
Train using multi-echelon
techniques
• Train to maintain
• Make commanders primary
trainers
Vehicle
ASIP Radio's
EPLRS
FBCB2
DVE CAM
DVE SCR
M88
M25
DAGR
SKL
9 LINE MEDEVAC REQUEST
9 LINE IED/UXO REPORT
Line 1 - Grid Location of Pickup Site:____________________________
Line 2 - Radio Frequency/Call Sign: __ _____ __ ______ ___________
Line 3 - Number of Patients by Precedence:____________________
A) Urgent – evacuate within 2hrs
B) Urgent -Surgical (All Trauma) – need immediate
surgical care
C) Priority – evacuate within 4 hrs
Line 4 - Special Equipment Needed:______________________________
A) None
B) Hoist
C) Extraction Equipment
D) Ventilator
Line 5 - Number of Patients by Type: _Litter/Ambulatory
#:____________________________
Line 6 - Security:__________________________________________________
N) NO Enemy Troops
O) POSSIBLE Enemy Troops
P) CONFIRMED Enemy Troops in Area (Use Caution)
X) ENGAGED with Enemy Troops (Armed Escort
Recommended)
Line 7 - Method of marking pick-up site: ________________________
VF17 panel, (Color)smoke, flare, (Color)chem lights
Line 8 - Patient Status and Nationality:
A) US/Coalition Military,
Nationality:_________________________
B) US/Coalition Force Civilian,
Nationality:_________________________
C) Non-Coalition force Soldier,
Nationality:_________________________
D) Non-US/Coalition civilian,
Nationality:_________________________
E) Enemy Prisoner of
War:_________________________________
F) High Value Target:__________________________________
Line 9 - CBRN Contamination:___________________________________
Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, None
Line 1 - DTG:___________________________
Day, Time, Month
Line 2 - Grid of IED: _______________________________
Line 3 - Call Sign:______________________________
Line 4 - Type of IED:___________________________________
Describe the IED/UXO, dropped, projected,
placed, or thrown
Line 5 - CBRN Contamination: _________________________
Line 6 - Target:_______________________________________
Coalition Forces, civilians, equipment,
facilities, or other assets
Line 7 - Impact on Mission: ____________________________
Short description of current tactical
situation and how the IED/UXO affects
the mission
Line 8 - Protective Measures:__________________________
Describe any measures to protect
personnel or equipment (cordon, security)
Line 9 - Recommended Priority:________________________
For EOD Support (Immediate, Indirect,
Minor, No Threat)
Line 9a - Number of Vehicles in Patrol:_______________
Line 9b - Route and direction of travel:______________
Line 9c - Location of IED/UXO:________________________
Line 9d - Battle Damage Assessment (BDA):___________
Line 9e - KIA/WIA:____________________________________
Battle Roster Number(s)
CBRN 1 REPORT
Line B – Position of the Observer:
Line D – DTG of Detonation:
DAY TIME MONTH
Line E – DTG of End of Attack:
DAY TIME MONTH
Line F – Location of Attack:
Actual or Estimated
Line G – Means of Delivery:
Artillery, Rockets, Mortars,
Missiles, Bomb or Spray
Line H – Type of Agent/Burst:
Persistent or Non-persistent/Air
or Surface
CBRN 4 REPORT
LINE 1 -- DTG _________________________
LINE 2 -- UNIT_________________________
LINE 3 -- EVENT_______________________
(Type of Incident: NUC.,
NUC.NAV, BIO., BIO.NAV, CHEM.,
or CHEM.NAV)
LINE Alpha -- NBC Strike Serial Number
LINE Hotel --Type of burst, Bio/Chem
Agent, and persistency
LINE Kilo -- Terrain and vegetation
description or crater indicator
and width in feet or meters
LINE Quebec --UTM or six-sigit grid
coordinate with MGRS grid
zone Designator of the reading
or sample and the categories/
type of sample
LINE Romeo --level of radiation,
measured in cGy/h, dose rate
trend, and relative or actual
radiation decay rate
LINE Sierra --DTG the contamination
was detected or DTG of
reading or sample
LINE 10 -- DTG of observation
LINE 11 -- NARRATIVE (free text for add.
Info. required for clarification
of report)
LINE 12 -- AUTHENTICATION (Report
Authentication)
Vehicle PCCs/PCIs
 Current Dispatch (signed by
driver/commander)
 PMCS complete and annotated
 Vehicle topped off
 Fuel can strapped
 Load Plan (everything secured and tied
down)
 MREs
 Water
 Cooler with ice and water
 CLS bag
Radio systems:
 Radio checks
 BFT
 DAGR
 Crew served weapons (basic load,
functions
check, properly mounted)
 Turret freely rotates
 UBL of ammo strapped down and secured
 Tow bar tighten down properly
 Fire extinguishers fully charged
 Windows and lights cleaned
 Side view mirrors adjusted
 Combat locks operational
 Seatbelts operational
Soldier PCCs/PCIs
 ID Tags around neck
 ID Card
 Military Driver’s License for drivers/TCs
 ACH w/ NAPE pad
 IOTV w/ plates
 IFAK
 Gloves
 Eye Protection
 Elbow pads
 Knee Pads
 Ear plugs
 Camelbak or water source
 Notebook w/ pen or pencil
 Individual weapon: clean and function
check
 Ammunition and Magazines
 Basic Load:
 Every Soldiers knows:
 Situation (Enemy, Friendly, )
 Mission (Task and Purpose)
 Execution (Individual, Team Tasks)
 Timeline
 Special Equipment Needed
Priority of Work
Priority of Work cont.
ASSEMBLY AREA/PATROL BASE:
(FM 7-8, PG. 5-22)
DEFENSE:
1. POSITION CREW-SERVED WEAPONS, CHEMICAL AGENT
ALARMS, AND DESIGNATE PDF, FPL, AND FPFS.
2. CONSTRUCT INDIVIDUAL AND CREW-SERVED FIGHTING
POSITIONS.
3. SETTING UP WIRE COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN THE
SQUADS AND THE PLATOON CP. (RADIO SILENCE IS
OBSERVED BY THE PLATOON.)
4. PREPARING RANGE CARDS.
5. CAMOUFLAGE POSITIONS.
6. CLEAR FIELDS OF FIRE.
7. DISTRIBUTE AMMO, RATIONS, WATER, SUPPLIES, AND EQUIP.
8. CONDUCT PMCS ON WEAPONS AND EQUIPMENT.
9. PREPARE DRAGON NIGHT SIGHT.
10. INSPECT PLATOON MEMBERS AND EQUIPMENT
11. REHEARSE CRITICAL ASPECTS OF THE UPCOMING MISSION
12. TEST FIRE SMALL-ARMS WEAPONS.
13. CONDUCT PERSONAL HYGIENE AND FIELD SANITATION.
14. INSTITUTE A REST PLAN.
1. ESTABLISH LOCAL SECURITY
2. POSITION ANTI-ARMOR WEAPONS, MGs, SQUADS AND
SECTORS.
3. POSITION OTHER ASSETS ATTACHED TO THE PLATOON.
4. ESTABLISH THE CP AND WIRE COMMUNICATION.
5. DESIGNATE FPLS AND FPFS.
6. CLEAR FIELDS OF FIRE/PREP RANGE CARDS AND SKETCHES.
7. COORDINATE WITH ADJACENT UNITS - LEFT, RIGHT,
FORWARD, AND REAR.
8. PREPARE PRIMARY FIGHTING POSITIONS.
9. EMPLACE OBSTACLES AND MINES.
10. MARK OR IMPROVE TRPS AND FIRE CONTROL MEASURES.
11. IMPROVE PRIMARY FIGHTING POSITION (OVERHEAD
COVER).
12. PREPARE ALTERNATE POSITIONS, THEN SUPPLEMENTARY
POSITIONS.
13. ESTABLISH A SLEEP AND REST PLAN.
14. RECONNOITER ROUTES.
15. REHEARSE ENGAGEMENTS, DISENGAGEMENTS, AND CATK.
16. ADJUST POSITIONS OR CONTROL MEASURES AS REQUIRED.
17. STOCKPILE AMMUNITION, FOOD, AND WATER.
18. DIG TRENCHES TO CONNECT POSITIONS.
19. CONTINUE TO IMPROVE POSITIONS.
(FM 7-8, PG. 2-84)
BRIGADE HISTORY
The "Raider" Brigade, 4th Infantry Division (Mechanized) was constituted on
November 19, 1917, in the Regular Army as Headquarters Troop, 4th Division.
The unit participated in World War I and was involved in numerous campaigns
including Aisne-Marne, St. Mihiel, Meuse-Argonne, Champagne, and Lorraine.
It reorganized on July 6, 1942 as Headquarters Company, 4th Division in
preparation for the initial assault into Normandy. Following the end of the
Second World War, the unit was inactivated on March 12, 1946 at Camp
Butner, North Carolina. The Raider Brigade served in Vietnam operating in
numerous operations and counteroffensives. On October 15, 1995, the
brigade inactivated at Fort Carson, Colorado, but was reactivated at Fort
Hood, Texas on January 16, 1996.
In March 2003 the Raider Brigade deployed to Iraq in support of Operation
Iraqi Freedom. On December 13, 2003, 600 Raider Brigade soldiers, along
with special operations forces, launched operation Red Dawn which resulted
in capturing the former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein.
The Raider Brigade was reorganized and re-designated as the 1st Brigade
Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division in 2004. The Brigade deployed again to
Iraq in January of 2006 fulfilling their second rotation in support of Operation
Iraqi Freedom.
The Raider Brigade deployed for the third time in March 2008, this time to the
southern side of Baghdad during the peak of sectarian violence across
Baghdad. After successful provincial elections in January 2009, the Raider
Brigade returned to Fort Hood the following March. In the summer of 2009
the Raider Brigade conducted a move from Ft. Hood to Ft. Carson. In
September 2009, the Raider Brigade received orders to become the first
Heavy Brigade Combat Team to deploy to Afghanistan in support of Operation
Enduring Freedom. The Raider Brigade deployed in July of 2010 and operated
in two regional commands in the South and West.
Combined Task Force Raider fought and trained side by side with the Afghan
National Security Forces and International Security Assistance Forces partners
from Herat and Farah to Kandahar and Arghandab.
PIONEER HISTORY
The 299th Engineer Battalion was constituted on 8 February, 1943 in the Army
of the United States as the 299th Engineer Combat Battalion. The unit was
activated on 1 March 1943, at Camp White, Oregon. The Battalion served in
five campaigns in the Second World War: Normandy (streamer with arrowhead
indicating participation in the initial assault), Northern France, Rhineland,
Ardennes-Alsace, and Central Europe. After the Second World War, the
Battalion was inactivated on 18 October 1945, at Camp Shanks, New York.
The unit was allotted on 28 March, 1947 to the Organized Reserves and
activated on 27 May 1947, with Headquarters at Hempstead, New York. The
Organized Reserves were redesignated on 25 March 1948 as the Organized
Reserve Corps and again on 9 July 1952 as the Army Reserve. The unit was
inactivated on 31 July 1950 at Hempstead, New York.
The unit was redesignated on 11 October, 1954, as the 299th Engineer
Battalion and concurrently withdrawn from the Army Reserve and allotted to
the Regular Army. The Battalion was activated on 3 December, 1954 in
Germany. The unit served in 14 campaigns during the conflict in Vietnam:
Defense, Counteroffensive, Counteroffensive Phase II, Counteroffensive Phase
III, Tet Counteroffensive, Counteroffensive Phase IV, Counteroffensive Phase V,
Counteroffensive Phase VI, Tet 69/Counteroffensive, Summer-Fall 1969,
Winter-Spring 1970, Sanctuary Counteroffensive, Counteroffensive Phase VII,
and Consolidation I. The Battalion was inactivated after returning from service
in Vietnam on 17 November 1971 at Fort Lewis, Washington.
The Battalion was reactivated on 21 December 1975 at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
Company D (inactive), 299th Engineer Battalion was withdrawn on 16 April
1989 from the Regular Army and allotted to the Army Reserve. It was
concurrently activated at Pine Bluff, Arkansas. The rest of the Battalion
deployed to Southwest Asia in 1990 in support of Operation Desert Shield and
was active in Operation Desert Storm, participating in the Defense of Saudi
Arabia and Liberation and Defense of Kuwait campaigns. The Battalion was
assigned on 16 October 1992 to the 4th Infantry Division. Company D was
inactivated on 15 November, 1993, at Pine Bluff, Arkansas. The rest of the
Battalion was inactivated on 15 November 1995, at Fort Carson, Colorado.
PIONEER HISTORY CONTINUED
The Battalion was reactivated on 16 January 1996, at Fort Hood, Texas. There
the 4th Infantry Division (Mechanized) was designated as the Force XXI
Experimental Force. The Force XXI training focus was on receiving new
equipment and conducting new equipment training (NET). The execution of
NET set the stage for collective training beginning 1 June 1996. The success of
the National Training Center (NTC) rotation in March 1997 was dependent
upon learning critical individual skills offered during NET training. Digital Recon
System NET, which ran from 20 to 23 May 1996, involved a hand held data
collection device that the recon section used to record terrain data, which was
then transferred to the terrain data base at division. The plan fielded 4 of these
systems to the 299th Engineer Battalion. Robotic Countermeasure Vehicle
(ROC-V) was a new equipment training program for selected soldiers of the
299th Engineer Battalion. The ROC-V was a robotics mine clearing system. It
was an M1 Abrams chassis with mine plow and remote control subsystem. No
classroom training component was required for NET. The Wide Area Munitions
(WAM) Trainer was a training device for the WAM, then under development.
These devices were fielded to the 299th Engineer Battalion.
In 1996, the 299th Engineer Battalion, an element of the Engineer Brigade, 4th
Infantry Division (Mechanized) moved to a new kind of mine clearing tool
called a Mine Clearing Line Charge, or MICLIC. While the MICLIC was not a new
concept to the Army, the way that it was carried was. The MICLIC was
previously towed behind a vehicle and then launched through the minefield.
Now it was mounted on the back of an Armored Vehicle Launched Bridge
without the bridge. The MICLIC itself was a rocket attached to a 100-meter line
with C-4 explosives attached though out the line.
In 2004, as part of the transformation of the 4th Infantry Division to the US
Army's modular force structure, the Engineer Brigade, 4th Infantry Division and
its subordinate battalions, including the 299th Engineer Battalion, were
inactivated. As part of the modular transformation, assets previously held at
division level, but habitually attached to a division's brigades during operations
were made organic to those brigades. Elements of the inactivated Battalion
were filtered into the Special Troops Battalion, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th
Infantry Division.
A Silver color metal and enamel device 1 1/8 inches (2.86 cm) in height overall
consisting of a shield blazoned: Per fess Gules and Argent an arrow palewise
barbed with a fleur-de-lis between four fleurs-de-lis all counterchanged. Attached
below the shield a Silver scroll inscribed "PROVEN PIONEERS" in Red letters.
Scarlet and white (silver) are the colors used for the Corps of Engineers. The arrow
barbed with a fleur-de-lis symbolizes the unit's participation in the assault landing
on Normandy. The organization's other four campaigns in Europe during World
War II are represented by the four fleurs-de-lis. The distinctive unit insignia was
approved on 27 June 1955.
The Soldier’s
Creed
I am an American Soldier.
I am a Warrior and a member of a team.
I serve the people of the United States and live
the Army Values.
I will always place the mission first.
I will never accept defeat.
I will never quit.
I will never leave a fallen comrade.
I am disciplined, physically and mentally tough,
trained, and
proficient in my warrior tasks and drills.
I always maintain my arms, my equipment, and
myself.
I am an expert and I am a professional.
I stand ready to deploy, engage, and destroy
the enemies of the United States of America
in close combat.
I am a guardian of freedom and
the American way of life.
I am an American Soldier.
Code of Conduct
Article I
I am an American,
fighting in the forces which guard
my country and our way of life.
I am prepared to give
my life in their defense.
Article II
I will never surrender
of my own free will. If in command,
I will never surrender the members
of my command while they still
have the means to resist.
Article III
If I am captured,
I will continue to resist by all means
available. I will make every effort
to escape and aid others to escape.
I will accept neither parole
nor special favors from the enemy.
Article IV
If I become a prisoner of war,
I will keep faith with my fellow prisoners.
I will give no information or take part in
any action which might be harmful
to my comrades. If I am senior, I will take
command. If not, I will obey the lawful
orders of those appointed over me and will
back them up in every way.
Article V
When questioned,
should I become a prisoner of war,
I am required to give name, rank, service
number, and date of birth. I will evade
answering further questions to the utmost
of my ability. I will make no oral or written
statements disloyal to my country and its
allies or harmful to their cause.
Article VI
I will never forget
that I am an American, fighting for
freedom, responsible for my actions,
and dedicated to the principles
which make my country free.
I will trust in my God
and in the United States of America.
ARMY VALUES
LOYALTY
Bear true faith and allegiance to the US Constitution,
the Army, your unit, and other soldiers.
DUTY
Fulfill your obligations.
RESPECT
Treat people as they should be treated.
SELFLESS SERVICE
Put the welfare of the nation, the Army, and your
subordinates before your own.
HONOR
Live up to all the Army values.
INTEGRITY
Do what’s right—legally and morally.
PERSONAL COURAGE
Face fear, danger, or adversity; both physical and
moral.
Promotion Information
Excerpts from AR 600-8-19
b. Promotions to PV2, PFC, and SPC will be made automatically by the Total Army Personnel
database for posting to the automated personnel file and the master military pay file. ARNG and
USAR Soldiers on initial active duty for training will not be promoted to SPC unless concurrence is
obtained from the Soldier’s reserve component unit. DA Form 4187 will be used for all USAR
Soldiers and all ARNGUS Soldiers awaiting IET (special advancements and Split Training optionPhase II) and all advancements for Soldiers in a Title 10 status (including mobilization). DA Form
4187 will not be used for automatic advancements.
c. Eligibility criteria for automatic promotion to PV2, PFC, and SPC will be as follows:
(1) The promotion to PV2 requirement is 6 months TIS.
(2) The promotion to PFC requirements are 12 months TIS and 4 months TIMIG.
(3) The promotion to SPC requirements are 24 months TIS and 6 months TIMIG.
(4) Soldiers must not be flagged or barred from reenlistment.
(5) Any Soldier reduced must be fully qualified (without waiver) for promotion to the next higher
grade.
d. If a unit CDR elects not to recommend a Soldier for promotion on the automatic promotion date,
then a DA Form 4187 denying the promotion will be submitted not later than the 20th day of the
month proceeding the month of automatic promotion.
(4) Waivers for TIS and TIMIG:
(a) Promotion to PV2 may be waived at 4 months TIS.
(b) Promotions to PFC may be waived at 6 months TIS and 2 months TIMIG
(c) Promotions to SPC may be waived at 18 months TIS and 3 months TIMIG.
Promotions to SGT and SSG
Table 3-3
Eligibility criteria for recommendation
Factor
MOS
Education
Education
Time requirement for board
appearance as of the first day
of the board month.
Criteria
Soldier
must
be
recommended in CPMOS.
Must be
fully qualified
recommended MOS.
Civilian: Must have high
school diploma, GED, or an
Associates or higher degree.
Military:
Must complete
resident WLC prior to board
appearance to SSG.
SSG: 70 mos. TIS and 8
mos. TIG
SGT: 34 mos. TIS and 6
mos. TIG
Waiver(s)
None
None
Resident BNCOC and WLC
graduates. Constructive
credit granted by U.S. Army
Training and Doctrine
Command (TRADOC).
Nonresident courses
do qualify for this
requirement. WLC may be
waived for deployed Soldiers
by DCS, G–1 for 270 days
after redeployment.
46 mos TIG and 5 mos TIG
for those who have been
recommended in the
secondary zone.
16 mos TIG and 4 mos TIG
for those who have been
recommended to compete in
the secondary zone.
Factor
Reenlistment eligibility
Physical Qualifications
APFT
Weight control
ASAP
Total promotion points after the
board appearance
Disciplinary
Table 3-4
Eligibility criteria for promotion
Factor
Criteria
Must not be flagged per AR 6008-2, and/or have a reenlistment
el. Code of 9I, 9J, 9K, 9L, 9M,
9P, 9Q, 9R, 9T, 9U, 9V and 9Y.
Considered physically qualified
Must possess a current passing
APFT score in accordance with
applicable regulations and FMs
Cannot be enrolled in the
program
Cannot be enrolled in the
program
For SSG, minimum of 450 points
For SGT, minimum of 350 points
May not be flagged IAW AR
600-8-2
Waiver(s)
None
None
None
None
Self-referral
May be waived for Soldiers
during contingency operations
None
Criteria
Waiver
MOS
Must be promoted in CPMOS.
Must be fully qualified in MOS,
to include meeting school
requirements.
None
Military Education
SSG: Resident WLC or higher.
TRADOC constructive credit. If
Soldier has other service, USAR
or ARNG WLC, the equivalency
must be approved prior to board
appearance. WLC may be
waived by DCS, G-1 for 270 days
after redeployment.
Time requirement for promotion
as of the first day of the
promotion month
SSG: 72 mos TIS and 10 mos
TIMIG
SGT: 36 mos TIS and 8 mos
TIMIG
48 mos TIS/7 mos TIMIG for
secondary zone
18 mos TIS/6 mos TIMIG for
secondary zone
Reenlistment
Must be eligible to reenlist or
extend IAW appropriate
regulation. See exceptions
None
Physical qualifications
Considered physically qualified
None
APFT
Must possess a current passing
score IAW applicable regs and
FMs. APFT must not be older
than 12 months from the date
they met the cutoff score.
See paragraph 3-46b, AR 600-819.
ASAP
Cannot be enrolled in the
program
Self-referral
Disciplinary
Not be flagged IAW AR 600-8-2.
None
Service remaining requirement
As prescribed by this reg.
None
Principles of Leadership
1. Know yourself & seek self-improvement
2. Be technically & tactically proficient
3. Make sound & timely decisions
4. Set the example
5. Build the team
6. Seek responsibility & take responsibility
for your actions
7. Develop a sense of responsibility in your
subordinates
8. Keep your subordinates informed
9. Know your soldiers & look out for their
10. Ensure the task is understood,
supervised, & accomplished
11. Employ your unit IAW its capabilities
Nine Competencies
1. Communication
2. Decision-making
3. Planning
4. Professional Army ethic
5. Supervision
6. Soldier team development
7. Technical & tactical proficient
8. Teaching & counseling
9. Use of available systems
Nine Principles of Training
METL
1. Train as you fight
M- Mission
2. Train to challenge
E- Essential
3. Train to maintain
T- Task
4. Train to sustain proficiency
L- List
5. Train as a combined arms & service team.
6. Train using appropriate doctrine
7. Train using performance-oriented techniques
8. Train using multi-echelon techniques
9. Make commanders primary trainers
METT-T
M – Mission
E – Enemy
T – Terrain
T – Troops
T – Time
OCOKA
O – Observation
C – Cover & concealment
O – Obstacles
K – Key terrain
A – Avenues of approach
7 Components of BOS
1. Intelligence
2. Maneuver
3. Fire Support
4. Air Defense
5. Mobility/ Counter-mobility/
Survivability
6. Command & control
7. Combat service support
14 Attitudes
1. Enforce Standards
`
Step Training Model
2. Set the example
1. Plan the training
3. Accomplish the mission
2. Train the trainers
4. Take care of soldiers
3. Recon the site
5. Be dedicated & selfless
4. Issue the order
6. Accept responsibility for self &
5. Rehearse the training
subordinates
6. Execute the training
7. Obey lawful orders
7. Evaluate the training
8. Be honest & courageous
8. Retrain as necessary
•Maintain physical & mental toughness
10. Show competence & self-confidence
Five Paragraph Op Order
11. Act fairly & equitably w/ subordinates
1. Situation
12. Be loyal to nation & constitution
2. Mission
13. Be loyal to superiors and subordinates
3. Execution
14. Show initiative & self-motivation
4. Service Support
5. Command and Signal
Troop Leading Procedures
R – Receive the mission
I – Issue the warning order
M – Make tentative plan
M – Movement (Initiate)
R – Recon
C – Complete the plan
I – Issue the Op order
S – Supervise
7 Core Values
L – Loyalty
D – Duty
R – Respect
S – Selfless Service
H – Honesty
I – Integrity
P – Personal Courage
Training Cycle
- METL Development
- Planning
- Execution
- Assessment
References
FIELD MANUALS
FM 3-6: FIELD BEHAVIOR OF NBC AGENTS (INCLUDING SMOKE AND INCENDIARIES)
FM 3-7: CBRN FIELD BOOK
FM 3-11: MULTISERVICE TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES FOR NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL,
AND CHEMICAL DEFENSE OPERATIONS
FM 3-11.3: MULTISERVICE TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES
FOR CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL, AND NUCLEAR CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE
FM 3-11.4: MULTISERVICE TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES FOR NUCLEAR,
BIOLOGICAL, AND CHEMICAL (NBC) PROTECTION
FM 3-11.5: MULTISERVICE TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES FOR CHEMICAL,
BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL, AND NUCLEAR DECONTAMINATION
FM 3-11.9: POTENTIAL MILITARY CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL AGENTS AND COMPOUNDS
FM 3-11.14: MULTISERVICE TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES FOR NUCLEAR,
BIOLOGICAL, AND CHEMICAL VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT
FM 3-11.19: MULTISERVICE TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES FOR NUCLEAR,
BIOLOGICAL, AND CHEMICAL RECONNAISSANCE
FM 3-11.21: MULTISERVICE TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES FOR CHEMICAL,
BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL, AND NUCLEAR CONSEQUENCE MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS
FM 3-11.22: WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION - CIVIL SUPPORT TEAM OPERATIONS
FM 3-11.34: MULTISERVICE TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES FOR INSTALLATION
CBRN DEFENSE
FM 3-11.86: MULTISERVICE TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES FOR BIOLOGICAL
SURVEILLANCE
FM 3-50: SMOKE OPERATIONS (INCL C-1)
FM 3-101: CHEMICAL STAFFS AND UNITS
FM 3-101-1: SMOKE SQUAD/PLATOON OPERATIONS TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES
FM 4-02.285: MULTISERVICE TACTICS, TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES FOR TREATMENT OF
CHEMICAL AGENT CASUALTIES AND CONVENTIONAL MILITARY CHEMICAL INJURIES
FM 8-284: TREATMENT OF BIOLOGICAL WARFARE AGENT CASUALTIES
FMI 3-90.10: CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL, NUCLEAR, AND HIGH YIELD EXPLOSIVES
OPERATIONAL HEADQUARTERS
ARTEP
ARTEP 3-207-10: Drills for the Nuclear, Chemical, Biological (NBC) Recon Platoon
ARTEP 3-457-10: Drills for the Smoke/Decontamination Platoon
TECHNICAL BULLITEN
HARD TO FIT MASKS: TB 3-4240-341-20-1
M45 SERIES: TB 3-4240-341-20
IM-93: TB SIG 226-8
PP1578 CHARGER: TB SIG 226-8
DS2 STORAGE/HANDLING: TB 43-0199
MODIFICATION WORK ORDER (MWO)
M17A1-A3: MWO 3-4230-228-20-1
GRAPHIC TRAINING AIDS
GTA 3-6-8 NBCWRS (OCT 11)
TRAINING CIRCULAR
TC 3-8
TC 3-10: COMMANDER'S TACTICAL NBC HANDBOOK
TC 3-11-55: JSLIST
TC 3-15: NUCLEAR ACCIDENT AND INCIDENT RESPONSE AND ASSISTANCE (NAIRA)
TC 3-17: COMBAT IDENTIFICATION (CID) TRAINING INTEGRATION
References (cont.)
TECHNICAL MANUALS
INDIVIDUAL CHEMICAL DEFENSE EQUIPMENT
JSLIST: TM 10-8415-220-10
M256 DETECTOR: TM 3-6665-307-10
M9 DETECTOR PAPER: TM 3-6665-311-10
REACTIVE SKIN DECON LOTION: TM 3-6505-001-10
M291 ISDK: TM 3-4230-229-10
M295 IEDK: TM 3-4230-235-10
M272 WATER TEST KIT: TM 3-6665-319-10
NBC MARKING SET: TM 3-9905-001-10
COLLECTIVE PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
M20 SCPE: TM 3-4240-313-10
M20 SCPE: TM 3-4240-313-20&P
M51 SHELTER: TM 3-4240-264-1
M51 SHELTER: TM 3-4240-264-20P
PROTECTIVE MASKS AND EQUIPMENT
M40 SERIES: TM 3-4240-339-10
M40 SERIES: TM 3-4240-346-10
M40 SERIES: TM 3-4240-346-20&P
M42 SERIES: TM 3-4240-300-10
M42A1 SERIES: TM 3-4240-340-10
M42 SERIES: TM 3-4240-343-20&P
M41 PATS: TM 3-4240-349-12&P
RADIAC EQUIPMENT
IM-93: TM 11-6665-214-10
AN-UDR-13: TM 11-6665-364-12&P
ANVDR-2 10 LEVEL: TM 11-6665-251-10
ANVDR-2 20 LEVEL: TM 11-6665-251-20
ANPDR-75: TM 11-6665-236-10-R
ANPDR-75: TM 11-6665-236-12
ANPDR-75: TM 11-6665-236-20P
DECONTAMINATION EQUIPMENT
M17: TM 3-4230-228-23&P PT 1
M17: TM 3-4230-228-23&P PT 2
M17A1-A3: TM 3-4240-228-10
M17A1-A3: TM 3-4240-228-23&P
M17A1-A3: TM 3-4230-218-12&P AE-32U-8
CHEMICAL DETECTION EQUIPMENT
ICAM: TM 3-6665-343-10
ICAM: TM 3-6665-343-23&P
M22 ACAA: TM 3-6665-321-12&P
CBRN STORAGE BULLETINS
SB 3-30-2 (C2 Canister Serviceability Update)
SB 3-30 UPDATE AUGUST 2000
SB 740-94-1
SB 740-94-2
SB 740-94-3
SB 740-94-4
SB 740-94-5
SB 740-94-10
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