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Cadet Summer Training 2005

Bayonet

Committee Chief: MAJ Hayes

  • DMI
  • [email protected]
  • X8392
  • Range location: RBAC (WA799786)
  • Dates of Execution:
  • - 25 JUN; 6, 7, 8, 10, 20 JUL; 1, 3 AUG (CFT)
  • - 11-14 JUL (CBT LTP)
  • - 2,4-6 AUG (CBT)

Military Training

agenda
Lessons Learned from CST ’04

Task List (CCTs/MPRTs)

Task Organization

Committee Site Concept

Sketch

Daily Timeline

Resources/Ammo (Updated)

Issues

Cadet Summer Training 2005

Agenda

Military Training

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Maintain CBT / CFT Concept

Concept maintained

Proper manning by Cadre essential to ensure site is run to standard (ie: no double tasking of unit)

Discussed with unit S-3 during recon, no issues

Non-Combat Arms Cadre require significant guidance and training prior to execution

Infantry Platoon executing this year

Cadre must maintain strict accountability of equipment

Platoon will be in-briefed on last year’s incident

Deconflict any other troop movements through area with committee chief and CST S-3

Dates and route forwarded to CPT Roper, CPT Goyette

Lessons Learned from CST ‘04

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Common Core Tasks /

Military Program Required Tasks

  • Common Core Tasks Supported:
    • Conduct troop leading procedures
    • Communicate with a tactical radio
    • Motivate subordinates
  • MPRTs:
    • None
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Cadet Summer Training 2005

Concept and Sketches

Cadet Field Training

Military Training

concept cft
1 Company Per Day

8 hours of training starts at LZ Owl (Bayonet Tng) and ends with RBAC (obstacle negotiation by Fire Team)

Task Force NCOs serve as principle trainers

Assembly Area: LZ Owl and RBAC site

Safety Briefing and bayonet skills refresher training

Demo and Safety Brief, Equipment Issue (20 Minutes)

Stance/movement (25 Minutes)

Offensive skills (15 Minutes)

Defensive skills (15 Minutes)

RBAC Overview (15 Minutes)

Initiate platoon level 11km footmarch w/prescribed packing list around Lake Popolopen. Platoons deploy in intervals and are required to reach check points at specified times.

Assault Position: South of the ASLT Course

Occupation of assault positions

Course is assaulted at team level with the TL controlling movement

Platoon consolidates after the assault

Platoon Conducts AAR of RBAC and Footmarch

Cadet Summer Training 2005

Concept (CFT)

Military Training

concept sketch cft occupation

+

+

Concept Sketch (CFT Occupation)

TO BUCKNER

KEY

INCLEMENT

WTHR

HOLDING

AREA

CFT MOVEMENT (DISMT)

MEDIC

TO RBAC

PT STAND

PORTA JOHNS

MILVANS

MIL PARKING

CDT ARRIVAL AREA

LZ OWL

CP

WATER

1st PLATOON

Area

3rd PLATOON

Area

4th PLATOON

Area

PORTA JOHNS

2nd PLATOON

Area

COMPANY FORMATION

AND DEMONSTRATION AREA

WATER

RBAC FIELD

S

Rte 293

200 METERS

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Concept Sketch (CFT Road March)

2

30:03

12:13

  • Sample Timeline for RM Only
  • 0730-0800 Prep and Order Execution
  • 0800-0815 SP – CP 1
  • 0815-0827 CP 1 – CP 2
  • 0827-0857 CP 2 – CP 3
  • 0859-0914 Rest Halt 1
  • 0914-0924 CP 3 – CP 4
  • 0924-0947 CP 4 – CP 5
  • 0947-1004 CP 5- CP 6
  • 1004-1014 Rest Halt 2
  • 1014-1024 CP 6 – AP 1
  • 1024-1030 Consolidation / RBAC Prep

1

ROUTE SCABBARD

Rest Halt 1-

15 Mins – Water Resupply, Medic w/ Evac Vehicle and commo

3

15:09

10:08

10:11

4

SP

ASLT

PSN 1

6

AA

SLASH

Rest Halt 2-

10 Mins

22:26

16:57

-30 Minutes in between Platoons

-4 KMPH March Speed

5

concept sketch cft transition to rbac

+

Concept Sketch (CFT Transition to RBAC)

OBJ

GOLD

ATK

PSN

#1

BAYONET ASSAULT COURSE (9 LANES)

PLT RUCK

DROP

POINT

PORTA JOHNS

MILVANS

MIL PARKING

PLT

AA

CP

WATER

PLATOON

AAR

PLATOON

AAR

COMPANY FORMATION

AND DEMONSTRATION AREA

RBAC FIELD

timeline cft
Timeline (CFT)

05000530

0600

0630

0700

0730

0800

0830

0900

0930

1000

1030

1100

1130

1200

1230

1300

1330

1400

1430

1500

1530

1600

Cadre Site Prep

Company Prep and Bayonet Retraining (1.5 HRS)

11K RM

Prep and

Execution

TLP’s

TLP’s

11K RM

Prep and

Execution

11K RM

Prep and

Execution

11K RM

Prep and

Execution

RBAC

Execution

RBAC

Execution

RBAC

Execution

AAR and T/I

RBAC

Execution

AAR and T/I

AAR and T/I

Depart

AAR and T/I

1st PLT

Depart

2nd PLT

Depart

3rd PLT

Depart

4th PLT

Cadre Site Tear Down

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Cadet Summer Training 2005

Concepts and Sketches

Cadet Basic Training

Military Training

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Cadet Summer Training 2005

Concept (CBT)

  • 2 x Companies per day (CBT)
  • 6 hours of training starts at LZ Owl (Bayonet/Pugil Tng)
  • and ends at RBAC (obstacle negotiation)
  • Task Force NCOs serve as principle trainers
    • 2 NCO, 3 EM per PLT
  • Training in basic rifle bayonet techniques
  • Arrival/equipment issue/Demo (.5 hours)
    • Stance/movement (30 min)
    • Offensive skills (45 min)
    • Defensive skills (45 min)
    • Pugil stick fighting techniques (1 hour)
  • Training in bayonet assault course (RBAC)
    • Obstacle negotiation/range orientation (.5 hours)
    • Assault course execution by squads (2 hours)

Military Training

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Cadet Summer Training 2005

Concept (T3 CBT)

  • Cadre refresher training and site orientation
  • 2 Companies per day
  • 5 hours of training starts at LZ Owl (Bayonet/Pugil Tng)
  • and ends at RBAC (obstacle negotiation)
  • Remind cadre of their roles and responsibilities during the actual training events (AIs, C2, and Safety)
  • Use same timeline and training schedule as actual training events

Military Training

concept sketch cbt occupation

+

Concept Sketch (CBT Occupation)

TO BUCKNER

KEY

INCLEMENT

WTHR

HOLDING

AREA

CBT MOVEMENT (MTD)

CFT MOVEMENT (DISMT)

TO RBAC

PT STAND

PORTA JOHNS

MILVANS

MIL PARKING

CDT ARRIVAL AREA

LZ OWL

CP

WATER

1st PLATOON

Area

3rd PLATOON

Area

4th PLATOON

Area

PORTA JOHNS

2nd PLATOON

Area

COMPANY FORMATION

AND DEMONSTRATION AREA

WATER

RBAC FIELD

S

Rte 293

200 METERS

concept cbt transition to rbac

+

Concept (CBT Transition to RBAC)

Step 2

PLT Moves to

Start Point

OBJ

GOLD

Step 3

PLT Executes Course

By Squad

Step 1

PLT Conducts

Walk Through

PORTA JOHNS

MILVANS

MIL PARKING

PLT

AA

CDT ARRIVAL AREA

PLT

AA

WATER

Step 5

PLT Moves

to AAR

Step 4

PLT Consolidates

In AA

3rd PLATOON

Area

4th PLATOON

Area

KEY

WALK THRU

START POINT

COMPANY FORMATION

AND DEMONSTRATION AREA

PLT ROUTE

RBAC FIELD

Rte 293

timeline cbt

1330 - Company Arrives, Receives Demo and Safety Brief

Timeline (CBT)

First Company

0530

0600

0630

0700

0730

0800

0830

0900

0930

1000

1030

1100

1130

1200

1230

1300

1330

1400

1430

1500

1530

1600

1630

1700

1730

1800

1830

1900

1930

Site Prep by Cadre

0730 - Company Arrives, Receives Demo and Safety Brief

0800 - Company Bayonet Training

Stances

Offense

Defense

Second Company

1000 - Platoon Pugil Competitions

1100 - Platoons move to RBAC Walk through start points, conduct orientations, conduct RBAC

1400 - Company Bayonet Training

Stances

Offense

Defense

1330 - Company Redeploys

  • NOTES:
  • Avg Sunrise :0558
  • Avg Sunset: 2006
  • Most CBT Companies have REC day prior and F on F day after
  • Avg High = 85.40 @ 1445 hrs

1600 - Platoon Pugil Competitions

1700 - Platoons Move to RBAC Walk through start points, conduct orientations, conduct RBAC

1930 - Company Redeploys

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Cadet Summer Training 2005

Key Dates/Times

  • EVENT DTG LOCATION
  • Second Unit Recon 16-19 MAY RBAC
  • Porta Potty/H2O Drop 10 JUN
  • Unit Arrival 11-12 JUN
  • Equipment Draw 131300JUN Cadet Supply
  • Vehicle Draw 130900JUN TMP/PLL Shed
  • Range clearance/initial set up 13-22 JUN LZ Owl/RBAC
  • Ammo Drop 140900JUN RBAC
  • Walk through with Mr. Black 15 JUN – 1330 LZ Owl/RBAC
  • Rehearse Training 14-21 JUN RBAC/LZ Owl
  • Final Rehearsals/Set up 21-23 JUN LZ Owl/RBAC
  • Final Validation 23 JUN LZ Owl/RBAC
  • First Training Day 25 JUN LZ Owl/RBAC
  • Train the Trainer (CBT Cadre) 11-14 JUL LZ Owl/RBAC
  • Final Training Day 6 AUG LZ Owl/RBAC
  • Recovery 7-9 AUG
  • Final AAR 10 AUG

Military Training

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Cadet Summer Training 2005

Resources Needed

  • CL V – Green
  • Supplies – Amber (Bayonets)
  • Latrines – Green
  • Water – Green
  • Transportation – Green
  • Commo - Green

Military Training

bayonet committee resource matrix

Bayonet Committee Resource Matrix

Status: Green – Requested & available; Amber – unavailable now; Red – not requested

As of: 10-Mar-14

bayonet committee ammo matrix

Bayonet Committee Ammo Matrix

  • 1 Iteration = 1 fire team of 5-7 Cadets executing RBAC.
    • CBT Company = 32 Fire Teams x 8 Companies = 256 Iterations
    • CFT Company = 24 Fire Teams x 8 Companies = 192 Iterations
    • CBT LTP Company = 4 Squads (8 cadets per) x 8 Companies = 32 Iterations
    • 480 Iterations

Status: Green – Requested & available; Amber – unavailable now; Red – not requested

As of: 10-Mar-14

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Cadet Summer Training 2005

Questions

Military Training

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RIFLE BAYONET

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.

references
BCT POI 21-114 Bayonet TSP (1 OCT 98)

FM 21-18 Foot Marches (1 JUN 90)

BCT POI 21-114 Tactical Foot Marches TSP (1 FEB 00)

USCC CIR 350-4 CFT SOP

References
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Tasks Trained

BCT

ALLOCATES

CBT

ALLOCATES

CFT

ALLOCATES

  • CBT / CFT:
  • Assume Basic Positions 25 15 10
  • Perform Basic Movements 25 15 15
  • Perform Attack Movements90 45 15
  • (Thrust, Butt Stroke to Head, Groin, Slash, Smash)
  • Perform Basic Defensive Movements 90 45 15
  • Parry Right/Left, Parry Right/Left and Thrust, Parry Right/Left,
  • Slash, and Smash, Parry Right/ Left, Slash and Butt Stroke,
  • Low Block, Side Block, High Block
  • Pugil Bouts 140 60 0
  • Bayonet Assault Course 240 150 135

(Includes 15 min overview)

10:10

6:00

3:10

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Mission and Intent

Cadet Basic Training

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Mission (CBT)

The Rifle Bayonet Committee conducts 7.5 hours of Rifle Bayonet Training at WA799786 on 2, 4-6 AUG 2005 to instill the mental toughness and skills required to fight, never quit, overcome personal fear, and surmount personal weakness in order to destroy the enemies of America in close combat.

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PURPOSE: Instill the skills required to fight and win,overcome personal fear, and display physical and mental courage in closing with and destroying the enemy.

KEY TASKS:

Train cadet cadre in basic rifle bayonet and pugil stick fighting techniques (T3)

Train the cadets in offensive, defensive, and combination rifle bayonet techniques

Train cadets in pugil stick fighting techniques

Train cadets to negotiate obstacles and rifle bayonet assault course

ENDSTATE: Cadets trained in basic rifle-bayonet techniques; physically and mentally challenged; instilled with the Bayonet Warrior Spirit, demonstrated the “Warrior Ethos” qualities of refusing to accept defeat, never quitting, and trained and equipped to kill the enemies of the United States in close combat, and with all training executed without injury to personnel.

Intent (CBT)

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Mission and Intent

Cadet Field Training

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Mission (CFT)

The Rifle Bayonet Committee conducts 8 hours of Rifle Bayonet Training at WA799786 on 25 JUN, 6-8,10, 20 JUL, & 1,3 AUG 2005 to reinforce the mental toughness and skills required to fight, never quit, overcome personal fear, and surmount personal weakness in order to destroy the enemies of America in close combat. On order conduct tactical foot march.

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PURPOSE: Instill the skills required to fight and win, overcome personal fear, and display physical and mental courage in closing with and destroying the enemy.

KEY TASKS:

Retrain the cadets in offensive, defensive, and combination rifle bayonet techniques

Execute Physically Challenging 11K Foot March to standard as a platoon

Train cadets to negotiate obstacles and rifle bayonet assault course as a fire team

Cadets practice command and control at Fire Team, Squad, Platoon and Company levels

ENDSTATE: Cadets retrained in basic rifle-bayonet techniques through a physically challenging event; Bayonet Warrior Spirit reinforced without redundancy; Cadets having demonstrated the “Warrior Ethos” qualities of refusing to accept defeat, never quitting, and equipped to kill the enemies of the United States in close combat and all levels of the Company having shot, moved and communicated with the opportunity for Yearlings to “Lead the Charge.”

Intent (CFT)

risk management worksheet
RISK MANAGEMENT WORKSHEET

25 JUN

6-8, 10-14, 20 JUL

1-6 AUG 2005

1. MISSION/TASK:

2. DATE:

3. DATE PREPARED:

17 MAY 2005

RIFLE BAYONET TRAINING (LZ OWL & RBAC)

4. PREPARED BY:

MAJ Paul Hayes, CBT/CFT BAYONET OIC

5. TASK:

6. IDENTIFY

HAZARDS

7.INITIAL RISK

8. DEVELOP CONTROLS

9. RESIDUAL RISK

10. IMPLEMENT CONTROLS

11. SUPERVISE CONTROLS

CATASTROPHIC STABBING OF ANOTHER CADET TO TORSO, LEG OR BUTTOCKS, SUPERFICIAL CUTS TO HANDS, LEGS, NEGLIGENT DISCHARGE OF WEAPON WITHOUT BLANK ADAPTER

MAINTAIN AND TRAIN WITH REAL BAYONET

H

1. CONDUCT INITIAL SAFETY BRIEF TO ENTIRE COMPANY ON DANGERS / EFFECTS OF REAL BAYONET

2. CFT – ALL WEAPONS CLEARED AND BLANK ADAPTERS REMOVED FOR INITIAL TRAINING AND RBAC

CBT – ALL WEAPONS CLEARED AND BLANK ADAPTERS REMOVED FOR DURATION OF TRAINING.

3. ALL CADETS IN TRAINING WILL BE IN APPROPRIATE UNIFORM, KEVLAR, LBE, LEATHER BOOTS, KNEE AND ELBOW PADS, LEATHER GLOVES. ANYONE NOT IN APPROPRIATE UNIFORM WILL NOT TRAIN.

4. ALL MOVMENTS AND FORMATIONS IN ACCORDANCE WITH TASK CONDITIONS, STANDARDS AS STATED IN TSP. CADRE ENSURE PROPER DISTANCE AND INTERVAL.

5. ONE CADET ON AN OBSTACLE AT A TIME.

6. PLT OC’S (3 EA PER PLT) NEGOTIATE COURSE WITH CADETS. ONE IN LEAD SQUAD, ONE IN MIDDLE OF THE PLT, ONE IN TRAIL.

7. 1 CADRE MEMBER PER TWO LANES EVERY 75-100 METERS (16 TOTAL ON COURSE) SERVES AS SAFETY – WATHCING FOR CORRECT NEGOTIATION OF OBSTACES

8. IN CASE OF INCIDENT, ALL TL’S AND ABOVE HAVE COMMO ON SITE. FLA AND PLT MEDIC ON SITE FOR DURATION OF EVENT.

-REHEARSED DURING CADRE PREP

-OPORD

-T3 SOP

-STANDARDIZED SAFETY BRIEFING

-APPROPRIATE TSPS

TF SITE OIC / NCOIC

TACS, NCOs,

CADET CofC

H

12. DETERMINE DETERMINE OVERALL MISSION/TASK RISK LEVEL AFTER CONTROLS ARE IMPLEMENTED. (CIRCLE ONE)

LOW (L) MODERATE (M) HIGH (H) EXTREMELY HIGH (E)

13. RISK DECISION AUTHORITY

CURTIS M. SCAPARROTTI

Brigadier, General, U.S. Army

Commandant of Cadets

ROBERT BALCAVAGE

Major, IN

Chief, Military Instruction

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RISK MANAGEMENT WORKSHEET

25 JUN

6-8, 10-14, 20 JUL

1-6 AUG 2005

1. MISSION/TASK:

2. DATE:

3. DATE PREPARED:

17 MAY 2005

RIFLE BAYONET TRAINING (LZ OWL & RBAC)

4. PREPARED BY:

MAJ Paul Hayes, CBT/CFT BAYONET OIC

5. TASK:

6. IDENTIFY

HAZARDS

7.INITIAL RISK

8. DEVELOP CONTROLS

9. RESIDUAL RISK

10. IMPLEMENT CONTROLS

11. SUPERVISE CONTROLS

1. MAINTAIN/MONITOR WET BULB

MONITOR & ENFORCE HYDRATION STANDARDS: 1 QT/HOUR

2. SHADED BREAK AREAS

3. MULTIPLE WATER POINTS

4. MEDICS ON SITE W/ ADDTL. IV KITS & ICE

5. ALL CADRE CERTIFIED ON HOT WEATHER TRAINING PRIOR TO TRAINING CADETS

6. ADJUST LOAD, UNIFORM, WORK TO REST RATIO BASED ON HEAT CATEGORY

CONDUCT RIFLE BAYONET TNG / CONDUCT TACTICAL FOOT MARCH

HIGH TEMPS/HUMIDITY

(HEAT CASUALTY)

H

M

-OPORD

-T3 SOP

-STANDARDIZED SAFETY BRIEFING

-FM 4-25.11 (First Aid)

-GTA 05-08-012 (Individual Safety Card)

-FM 21-10 (Field Sanitation and Hygiene)

TF SITE OIC / NCOIC

TACS, NCOs,

CADET CofC

M

HEAT CAT III

H

1. ADJUST WORK REST CYCLE TO 40 MINUTES ON 20 MINUTES OFF. ADJUST REST HALT LOCATIONS FOR CFT FOOT MARCH. REDUCE RUCK LOAD BELOW 30 LBS. MAINTAIN WATER INTAKE OF ¾ QTS PER HOUR

2. CBT TRAINING COMPANY TRAINING REDUCED FROM 3 TO 1.5 HOURS TO COMPLY WITH 30 MIN WORK 30 MIN REST. PUGIL COMPETITION REDUCED FROM 1.5 HOUR TO 30 MINUTES. MAINTAIN WATER INTAKE 1 QT / HR

-OPORD

-T3 SOP

-STANDARDIZED SAFETY BRIEFING

-FM 4-25.11 (First Aid)

-GTA 05-08-012 (Individual Safety Card)

-FM 21-10 (Field Sanitation and Hygiene)

TF SITE OIC / NCOIC

TACS, NCOs,

CADET CofC, CADRE MAINTAIN WISTLES TO SIGNAL REST HALTS

12. DETERMINE DETERMINE OVERALL MISSION/TASK RISK LEVEL AFTER CONTROLS ARE IMPLEMENTED. (CIRCLE ONE)

LOW (L) MODERATE (M) HIGH (H) EXTREMELY HIGH (E)

13. RISK DECISION AUTHORITY

CURTIS M. SCAPARROTTI

Brigadier, General, U.S. Army

Commandant of Cadets

ROBERT BALCAVAGE

Major, IN

Chief, Military Instruction

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RISK MANAGEMENT WORKSHEET

25 JUN

6-8, 10-14, 20 JUL

1-6 AUG 2005

1. MISSION/TASK:

2. DATE:

3. DATE PREPARED:

17 MAY 2005

RIFLE BAYONET TRAINING (LZ OWL & RBAC)

4. PREPARED BY:

MAJ Paul Hayes, CBT/CFT BAYONET OIC

5. TASK:

6. IDENTIFY

HAZARDS

7.INITIAL RISK

8. DEVELOP CONTROLS

9. RESIDUAL RISK

10. IMPLEMENT CONTROLS

11. SUPERVISE CONTROLS

1. ADJUST WORK REST CYCLE TO 30 MINUTES ON 30 MINUTES OFF. INCREASE NUMBER OF REST HALTS FOR CFT FOOT MARCH. REDUCE RUCK LOAD BELOW 30 LBS. MAINTAIN WATER INTAKE OF ¾ QTS PER HOUR. INCREASE TRAINING DAY BY APPROX 2 HOURS

2. CBT TRAINING COMPANY TRAINING REDUCED FROM 3 TO 1.5 HOURS TO COMPLY WITH 20 MIN WORK 40 MIN REST. PUGIL COMPETITION ELIMINATED MAINTAIN WATER INTAKE 1 QT / HR

M

HEAT CAT IV

H

-OPORD

-T3 SOP

-STANDARDIZED SAFETY BRIEFING

-FM 4-25.11 (First Aid)

-GTA 05-08-012 (Individual Safety Card)

-FM 21-10 (Field Sanitation and Hygiene)

TF SITE OIC / NCOIC

TACS, NCOs,

CADET CofC, CADRE MAINTAIN WISTLES TO SIGNAL REST HALTS

HEAT CAT V

1. ADJUST WORK REST CYCLE TO 20 MINUTES ON 40 MINUTES OFF. INCREASE NUMBER OF REST HALTS FOR CFT FOOT MARCH. ELIMINATE RUCKSACK. CUT RBAC DISTANCE IN HALF. MAINTAIN WATER INTAKE OF 1 QT PER HOUR. INCREASE TRAINING DAY BY APPROX 3 HOURS

2. CBT TRAINING COMPANY TRAINING REDUCED FROM 3 TO 1 HOUR COMPLY WITH 10 MIN WORK 50 MIN REST. PUGIL COMPETITION ELIMINATEDCUT RBAC DISTANCE INHALF. MAINTAIN WATER INTAKE 1 QT / HR

H

M

-OPORD

-T3 SOP

-STANDARDIZED SAFETY BRIEFING

-FM 4-25.11 (First Aid)

-GTA 05-08-012 (Individual Safety Card)

-FM 21-10 (Field Sanitation and Hygiene)

TF SITE OIC / NCOIC

TACS, NCOs,

CADET CofC, CADRE MAINTAIN WISTLES TO SIGNAL REST HALTS

12. DETERMINE DETERMINE OVERALL MISSION/TASK RISK LEVEL AFTER CONTROLS ARE IMPLEMENTED. (CIRCLE ONE)

LOW (L) MODERATE (M) HIGH (H) EXTREMELY HIGH (E)

13. RISK DECISION AUTHORITY

CURTIS M. SCAPARROTTI

Brigadier, General, U.S. Army

Commandant of Cadets

ROBERT BALCAVAGE

Major, IN

Chief, Military Instruction

risk management worksheet38
RISK MANAGEMENT WORKSHEET

25 JUN

6-8, 10-14, 20 JUL

1-6 AUG 2005

1. MISSION/TASK:

2. DATE:

3. DATE PREPARED:

17 MAY 2005

RIFLE BAYONET TRAINING (LZ OWL & RBAC)

4. PREPARED BY:

MAJ Paul Hayes, CBT/CFT BAYONET OIC

5. TASK:

6. IDENTIFY

HAZARDS

7.INITIAL RISK

8. DEVELOP CONTROLS

9. RESIDUAL RISK

10. IMPLEMENT CONTROLS

11. SUPERVISE CONTROLS

CONDUCT PUGIL STICK FIGHTING

-SAFETY BRIEFS

-SITE / TF SOP

-BCT PUGIL FIGHTING

TSP

BAYONET OIC &

NCOIC, TF TRAINERS

HEAD/SPINE/LIMB INJURY

H

1. CLEAR ROE / TIME LIMIT BRIEFED TO CADETS

2. CERTIFY ALL REFEREES

3. INSPECT AND USE PROPER SAFETY EQUIPMENT (HELMETS, PADS, ETC)

M

CONDUCT RBAC

BROKEN BONE, ABRASION, PUNCTURE, LIMB INJURY

H

1. ALL CADETS RECON RBAC PRIOR TO EXECUTION

2. REMOVE DEADFALL/ROCKS

3. DE-EMPHASIZE SPEED – EPHASIZE TECHNIQUE

4. DEMONSTRATE CORRECT OBSTACLE CLEARANCE TECHNIQUE

5. CADETS IN CORRECT UNIFORM: KEVLAR, LBE, BLACK GLOVES, LEATHER BOOTS

6. NO HAZING ON COURSE – MAKE TASK DIFFICULT – NOT CADRE

M

-SAFETY BRIEFS

-ADHERE TO RBAC TSP

-CFT / CBT OPORD

TF BAYONET SITE

OIC & NCOIC,

TF TRAINERS,

LANE WALKERS

H

1. ALL PYRO THROWN IN RANGE CONTROL APPROVED PITS / BURN BARRELS

2. CADRE BRIEFS PYRO PLAN TO RANGE CONTROL PRIOR TO REHEARSAL

3. ALL CADRE RSO CERTIFIED BY RANGE CONTROL

4. CADRE MUST WEAR LEATHER GLOVES

M

-OPORD

-RANGE CONTROL REGULATION

TF BAYONET SITE

OIC & NCOIC,

TF TRAINERS,

LANE WALKERS, RANGE CONTROL

CONDUCT RBAC

BURN, ABRASION DUE TO PYRO. LOSS OF EYESIGHT, FINGER DUE TO FLYING DEBRIS OR PREMATURE EXPLOSION

12. DETERMINE DETERMINE OVERALL MISSION/TASK RISK LEVEL AFTER CONTROLS ARE IMPLEMENTED. (CIRCLE ONE)

LOW (L) MODERATE (M) HIGH (H) EXTREMELY HIGH (E)

13. RISK DECISION AUTHORITY

CURTIS M. SCAPARROTTI

Brigadier, General, U.S. Army

Commandant of Cadets

ROBERT BALCAVAGE

Major, IN

Chief, Military Instruction

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RISK MANAGEMENT WORKSHEET

25 JUN

6-8, 10-14, 20 JUL

1-6 AUG 2005

1. MISSION/TASK:

2. DATE:

3. DATE PREPARED:

17 MAY 2005

RIFLE BAYONET TRAINING (LZ OWL & RBAC)

4. PREPARED BY:

MAJ Paul Hayes, CBT/CFT BAYONET OIC

5. TASK:

6. IDENTIFY

HAZARDS

7.INITIAL RISK

8. DEVELOP CONTROLS

9. RESIDUAL RISK

10. IMPLEMENT CONTROLS

11. SUPERVISE CONTROLS

H

1. ROUTE CLEARED DAILY BY TF SITE PERSONNEL

2. PROVIDE CADETS WITH FOOT MARCH ORDER NIGHT PRIOR ALLOWING RECON AND TROOP LEADEING PROCEDURES

3. PROVIDE LITTERS TO EACH PLATOON FOR SELF EXTRACTION OF MINOR INJURIES

4. PROVIDE DEDICATED EVAC VEHICLE FOR ENTIRE ROUTE FOR MODERATE INJURIES

5. IDENTIFY MEDEVAC LZ’S FOR LIFE THREATENING INJURIES

6. CADET CADRE INSPECT BOOTS AND SOCKS AT ALL REST HALTS

7. ENFORCE DISCIPLINED MARCH SPEED OF 4 KPH AND REST HALTS

8. ADJUST UNIFORM, WORK TO REST RATIO, AND LOAD DEPENDING ON HEAT CATEGORY

9. MAINTAIN COMMUNICATIONS WITH EACH PLT. MAINTAIN TOC THAT PROVIDES C2 FOR ALL ELEMENTS ON ROUTE

10. ALL VEHICLES MUST HAVE GROUND GUIDE IN LZ OWL ONCE OFF HWY 293

-OPORD

-RANGE CONTROL REGULATION

-BCT TSP FOR FOOT MARCHES

-FM 21-18 FOOT

MARCHES

-GTA 08-01-004

(MEDEVAC)

-GTA 05-08-012 (Individual Safety Card)

-GTA 21-08-001 (Risk Management Card)

TF BAYONET SITE

OIC & NCOIC,

TF TRAINERS,

LANE WALKERS, RANGE CONTROL

CADET CHAIN OF COMMAND

M

CONDUCT MOVEMENT DURING FOOT MARCH AND WITHIN BAYONET SITE

BROKEN LOWER EXTREMITIES, MINOR LEG STRAINS, BLISTERS

STRUCK BY VEHICLE

12. DETERMINE DETERMINE OVERALL MISSION/TASK RISK LEVEL AFTER CONTROLS ARE IMPLEMENTED. (CIRCLE ONE)

LOW (L) MODERATE (M) HIGH (H) EXTREMELY HIGH (E)

13. RISK DECISION AUTHORITY

CURTIS M. SCAPARROTTI

Brigadier, General, U.S. Army

Commandant of Cadets

ROBERT BALCAVAGE

Major, IN

Chief, Military Instruction

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RISK MANAGEMENT WORKSHEET

25 JUN

6-8, 10-14, 20 JUL

1-6 AUG 2005

1. MISSION/TASK:

2. DATE:

3. DATE PREPARED:

17 MAY 2005

RIFLE BAYONET TRAINING (LZ OWL & RBAC)

4. PREPARED BY:

MAJ Paul Hayes, CBT/CFT BAYONET OIC

5. TASK:

6. IDENTIFY

HAZARDS

7.INITIAL RISK

8. DEVELOP CONTROLS

9. RESIDUAL RISK

10. IMPLEMENT CONTROLS

11. SUPERVISE CONTROLS

M

1. INSPECT BREAK AREAS AND ASSAULT POSITIONS - DEFOLIATE AREAS OF POISON IVY / OAK

2. INSPECT LATRINE AREAS DAILY FOR CLEANLINESS – ENFORCE CONTRACT CLEANING STANDARDS. ENSURE WATER BUFFALOS HAVE BEEN CERTIFIED BY PREV MED

3. ENSURE CHAIN OF COMMAND IS TREATING ALL UNIFORMS WITH DEET / PROMETHRIN PRIOR TO ARRIVAL. TICK CHECKS PRIOR TO DEPARTURE

POOR HYGIENE, PLANT BORNE DISEASE, INSECT BORNE DISEASE (LYME DISEASE)

L

-OPORD

-STANDARDIZED SAFETY BRIEFING

-FM 4-25.11 (First Aid)

-FM 21-10(Field Sanitation)

-GTA 08-05-051 (Preventive Medicine)

-GTA 08-05-055 (Injurious Plants)

-GTA 08-05-056 (Tick Borne Diseases)

MAINTAIN THE

FORCE

TF SITE OIC / NCOIC

TACS, NCOs,

CADET CofC

12. DETERMINE DETERMINE OVERALL MISSION/TASK RISK LEVEL AFTER CONTROLS ARE IMPLEMENTED. (CIRCLE ONE)

LOW (L) MODERATE (M) HIGH (H) EXTREMELY HIGH (E)

13. RISK DECISION AUTHORITY

CURTIS M. SCAPARROTTI

Brigadier, General, U.S. Army

Commandant of Cadets

ROBERT BALCAVAGE

Major, IN

Chief, Military Instruction

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Radio, Sincgars – 1 ea w/ Batteries

Antenna, OE 254

Simulator, Pneumatic, M60

Cylinder, Oxygen 12CF, MG Simulator

Cylinder, 100 lb, MG Simulator

Battery, MG Simulator

Brick Radios – 6

Base Station – 1

Batteries – 12

Megaphone Set – 1

Camo Screen Systems – 2

Camo Support Systems – 2

Folding Chairs – 20

Dummy Rifles w/ Bayonet – 200

Chest Protector, Female - 150

Chest Protector, Female – 150

Chest Protector, Male – 150

Groin Protector, Male – 150

Gloves, Pugil – 150

Helmet Pugil – 150

Tape Measure, 10’ – 1

Weed Eater – 2

Wood Shavings, 50lb Bag – 4

Lumber, 2x4x8 – 8

Plywood, ½”x4’x8’ – 8

Nails, 6D – 1

Nails, 10D – 1

Tape, Engineer – 50 rolls

Whistle, Plastic – 10

Pugil Sticks – 200

Sandbags – 200

Barbed Wire Cutters – 1

Barbed Wire Gloves – 2

6’ Pickets – 40

Picket Pounder – 2

Roll Barbed Wire – 2

Trash Cans – 3

Camo Sticks – 40

Water Cans – 20

550 Cord – 2

Chemlites – 15 Boxes

100 MPH Tape – 15 rolls

Axe – 2

Hammer, Claw – 4

Hammer, Sledge – 2

Machete w/ sheath – 4

Rake, Garden – 2

Rake Leaf – 2

Saw, Bow – 2

Shovel, D Handle – 2

Shovel Long Handle – 2

Litters – 6

Alcohol Wipes – 10 box

Air Horn – 4 w/ 8 refills

Fire Extinguishers – 10

Kit, Wet Bulb - 3

Equipment

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Training Calendar

Set Up

and

Tear Down

CFT

CBT

CBT LTP

SAT

SUN

MON

TUE

WED

THUR

FRI

Safety Walk Through with Mr. Black – 1330 hrs

Port – Potty and WB Spot

SITE PREP

SITE PREP

SITE PREP

SITE PREP

SITE PREP

SITE PREP

0900: Vehicle Draw

1300: Equipment Draw

0900: Ammo Drop

SITE PREP

SITE PREP

SITE PREP

SITE PREP

0900: Final Internal Dress Rehearsal

1000: Final Validation

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