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  1. Sergeant’s Time Training.COM

  2. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS

  3. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Agenda • Battle Drills • React to Contact • React to Ambush • React to Indirect Fire • React to a Chemical Attack • Break Contact • Dismount a Vehicle • Evacuate a Casualty • Establish Security at The Halt

  4. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS The goal of training is to produce combat-ready units that respond to known or suspected enemy activity and ultimately defeat the enemy. Drill training is a key factor in achieving this goal. It describes a training method for small units. This method requires training individual tasks, leader tasks, and collective tasks before the conduct of critical wartime mission. Leaders should tailor training to realistic, challenging, and attainable goals increasing the difficulty of conditions as the unit becomes more proficient.

  5. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS What is a BATTLE BRILL? A battle drill is a collective action executed by a platoon or smaller element without the application of a deliberate decision-making process. Proper execution of battle drills is vital to success in combat and critical to preserving life. The action is initiated on cue via an enemy action or simply a leader's order and is a trained response to the given stimulus that requires minimum leader orders to accomplish. Drills are performed to standard throughout like units in the army.

  6. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Warrior Battle Drills have the following advantages: (1) They are based on unit missions and the specific tasks, standards, and performance measures required to support mission proficiency. (2) They focus on the basics. (3) They link how-to-train and how-to-fight at small-unit level. (4) They provide an agenda for continuous coaching and critiquing. (5) They develop leaders and build teamwork and cohesion under stress. (6) They enhance the chance for individual and unit survival on the battlefield.

  7. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3991 - React to Contact (Visual, IED, Direct Fire). • What is happening? • Visual (Dismounted) • -The platoon/squad is stationary or • moving, conducting operations. Visual contact is made with the enemy. • (Mounted) - The platoon/section is stationary or moving, conducting • operations. Visual contact is made with the enemy. • IED (Dismounted/Mounted) • The platoon/squad/section is stationary or moving, conducting operations. • The unit identifies and confirms an IED or one is detonated. • Direct Fire (Dismounted/Mounted) • - The platoon/squad/section is stationary or moving, conducting operations. The enemy initiates contact with a direct fire weapon

  8. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3991 - React to Contact (Visual, IED, Direct Fire). What do I do next? 다음 어떻게해야합니까? Visual (Dismounted) - The platoon/squad destroys the enemy with a hasty ambush or an immediate assault through the enemy position. Visual (Mounted) - Based on the composition of the mounted patrol, the platoon/section either suppresses and reports the enemy position and continues its mission, or the patrol suppresses to fix the enemy position for a follow on assault to destroy him. IED (Dismounted/Mounted) - The platoon/squad/section takes immediate action by using the confirm, clear, call, cordon, and control (5-Cs) procedure. Direct Fire (Dismounted/Mounted) - The platoon/squad/section immediately seeks cover, locates and engages the enemy with a high volume of well-aimed fire. The unit leader reports the contact to higher headquarters.

  9. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3991 - React to Contact (Visual, IED, Direct Fire). What does an IED look like? Terrorist are some very crafty mofos and can make an IED look like any Everyday used Item or blend it in with the natural surroundings to avoid detection. The played out saying of “Attention to detail” is crucial in a combat zone because you never know when the enemy is waiting for you to slip up.

  10. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3991 - React to Contact (Visual, IED, Direct Fire). What does an IED look like? Here are some examples of what to look for if you are ever in a hostile environment

  11. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3991 - React to Contact (Visual, IED, Direct Fire). What does an IED look like? Here are some examples of what to look for if you are ever in a hostile environment

  12. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3991 - React to Contact (Visual, IED, Direct Fire). What does an IED look like? Here are some examples of what to look for if you are ever in a hostile environment

  13. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3991 - React to Contact (Visual, IED, Direct Fire). What does an IED look like? Here are some examples of what to look for if you are ever in a hostile environment

  14. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3991 - React to Contact (Visual, IED, Direct Fire). IEDs can permanently disable your vehicle and take your life.

  15. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3991 - React to Contact (Visual, IED, Direct Fire). Ahmed and his buddies did not pay attention in IED 101

  16. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3992 - React to Ambush (Near)

  17. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3992 - React to Ambush (Near) What is happening? (Dismounted/Mounted) –The platoon/squad/ section is moving tactically, conducting operations. The enemy initiates contact. All or part of the unit is receiving accurate enemy direct fire.

  18. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3992 - React to Ambush (Near)

  19. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3992 - React to Ambush (Near) What do I do next? 다음 어떻게해야합니까? (Dismounted) - Soldiers in the kill zone immediately return fire on known or suspected enemy positions and assault through the kill zone. Soldiers not in the kill zone locate and place suppressive well-aimed fire on the enemy. The platoon/squad assaults through the kill zone and destroys the enemy (Mounted) –Vehicle gunners immediately return fire on known or suspected enemy positions as the platoon/section continues to move out of the kill zone. Soldiers on disabled vehicles in the kill zone dismount, occupy covered positions, and engage the enemy with accurate fire. Vehicle gunners and Soldiers outside the kill zone suppress the enemy. The platoon/squad assaults through the kill zone and destroys the enemy. The unit leader reports the contact to higher headquarters.

  20. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS React to Ambush (Far) (07-3-D3993). What is happening? (Dismounted/Mounted) - The platoon/ squad/ section is moving tactically, conducting operations. The enemy initiates contact with direct fire.

  21. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS React to Ambush (Far) (07-3-D3993). What do I do next? 다음 어떻게해야합니까? (Dismounted) - The platoon/squad immediately returns fire and occupies covered and or concealed positions. The platoon/squad moves out of the kill zone, locates the enemy position, and conducts fire and maneuver in order to destroy the enemy. (Mounted) - Vehicle gunners immediately return fire on known or suspected enemy positions as the platoon/section continues to move out of the kill zone. The unit leader reports the contact to higher headquarters.

  22. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS React to Ambush (Far) (07-3-D3993). What do I do next? 다음 어떻게해야합니까?

  23. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3994 - React to Indirect Fire What is happening? • (Dismounted) • The platoon/squad is moving, conducting operations. Any Soldier gives the alert, "INCOMING," or a round impacts nearby.

  24. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3994 - React to Indirect Fire What is happening? (Mounted) - The platoon/section is stationary or moving, conducting operations. The alert, "INCOMING," comes over the radio or intercom or rounds impact nearby.

  25. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3994 - React to Indirect Fire What do I do next? 다음 어떻게해야합니까? (Dismounted) - Soldiers immediately seek the best available cover. Platoon/squad moves out of area to the designated rally point after the impacts. (Mounted) - When moving, drivers immediately move their vehicles out of the impact area in the direction and distance ordered. If stationary, drivers start their vehicles and move in the direction and distance ordered. The unit leader reports the contact to higher headquarters.

  26. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3995 - React to a Chemical Attack What is happening? The platoon/squad is stationary or moving, conducting operations. Soldiers hear a chemical alarm, observe an unknown gas or liquid, or are ordered to put on their protective mask

  27. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3995 - React to a Chemical Attack What do I do next? 다음 어떻게해야합니까? Soldiers protect themselves from chemical/biological contamination. Soldiers assume MOPP4 within eight minutes. The unit leader reports the situation to higher headquarters

  28. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3996 - Break Contact What is happening? (Dismounted/Mounted) -The platoon/squad/section is stationary or moving, conducting operations. All or part of the unit is receiving enemy direct fire.

  29. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3996 - Break Contact What do I do next? 다음 어떻게해야합니까? (Dismounted/Mounted) -The platoon/squad/section returns fire. A leader identifies the enemy as a superior force, and makes the decision to break contact. The unit breaks contact using fire and movement. The unit continues to move until the enemy cannot observe or place effective fire on them. The unit leader reports the contact to higher headquarters.

  30. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3996 - Break Contact What do I do next? 다음 어떻게해야합니까? (Dismounted)

  31. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3996 - Break Contact What do I do next? 다음 어떻게해야합니까? (Dismounted)

  32. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3996 - Break Contact What do I do next? 다음 어떻게해야합니까? (Dismounted)

  33. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3997 - Dismount a Vehicle What is happening? The platoon/section is moving mounted and conducting operations as part of a larger element. The platoon/section is ordered to DISMOUNT and provide security

  34. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3997 - Dismount a Vehicle What do I do next? 다음 어떻게해야합니까? The platoon/section moves to the best covered and concealed position available, which provides protection for the dismounting personnel. When the command DISMOUNT is given, all Soldiers dismount in the order specified and clear the area per unit SOP. (An example technique is the 5-25 meters; each Soldier immediately scans 5 meters around his position and then searches out to 25 meters based on the duration of the halt.). Soldiers occupy positions, and vehicle gunners scan for enemy activity

  35. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3998 - Evacuate Wounded Personnel from Vehicle. What is happening? The platoon/section is stationary or moving, conducting operations. A vehicle is disabled due to enemy contact. An occupant of the vehicle has been injured and must be evacuated

  36. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3998 - Evacuate Wounded Personnel from Vehicle. What do I do next? 다음 어떻게해야합니까? The platoon/section suppresses the enemy, moves out of engagement area if possible, and establishes security. Squad/team members conduct first aid and remove the casualty from the vehicle. The unit leader requests MEDEVAC if necessary and reports the contact to higher headquarters.

  37. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3999 - Establish Security at the Halt What is happening? (Dismounted/Mounted) - The platoon/squad/section is moving tactically, conducting operations. An unforeseen event causes the platoon/squad/section to halt. Enemy contact is possible

  38. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3999 - Establish Security at the Halt What do I do next? 다음 어떻게해야합니까? (Dismounted) - Soldiers stop movement and clear the area per unit SOP. (An example technique is the 5-25 meters; each Soldier immediately scans 5 meters around his position and then searches out to 25 meters based on the duration of the halt). Soldiers occupy covered and concealed positions, maintain dispersion and all-round security. (Mounted) - Vehicle commanders direct their vehicles into designated positions, using available cover and concealment. Soldiers dismount in the order specified and clear the area as per unit SOP. (An example technique is the 5-25 meters; each Soldier immediately scans 5 meters around his position and then searches out to 25 meters based on the duration of the halt). The platoon/section members maintain dispersion and all-round security.

  39. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3999 - Establish Security at the Halt What do I do next? 다음 어떻게해야합니까?

  40. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3999 - Establish Security at the Halt What do I do next? 다음 어떻게해야합니까?

  41. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Battle Drill 07-3-D3999 - Establish Security at the Halt What do I do next? 다음 어떻게해야합니까?

  42. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS Summary • Battle Drills • React to Contact • React to Ambush • React to Indirect Fire • React to a Chemical Attack • Break Contact • Dismount a Vehicle • Evacuate a Casualty • Establish Security at The Halt

  43. SERGEANT’S TIME TRAINING BATTLE DRILLS ? ? Questions ? ? ?