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Take Charge of a Platoon. PURPOSE. Lead the platoon with a clear understanding of your duties ,your superior’s expectations, an assessment of the current strengths and weaknesses of your unit and an initial training plan. REFERENCES. AR 340-21 AR 600-8-22 AR 165-1

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purpose
PURPOSE

Lead the platoon with a clear understanding of your duties ,your superior’s expectations, an assessment of the current strengths and weaknesses of your unit and an initial training plan.

references
REFERENCES

AR 340-21 AR 600-8-22 AR 165-1

AR 600-8-2 AR 623-205 AR 600-20

AR 600-8-8 AR 623-105 AR 25-400-2

AR 630-10 AR 614-200

AR 635-100 FM 101-5

AR 635-200 AR 220-45

AR 600-9 DOD MANANUAL

AR 601-280 4525.6-M VOL II

outline
OUTLINE
  • Introduction
  • Purpose
  • Army Regulations
  • Field Manuals
  • DOD Manual
  • Summary
  • Questions
  • Conclusions
army privacy program
ARMY PRIVACY PROGRAM
  • AR 340-21
  • Protect the privacy of individuals
  • Collect only what is legally authorized
  • Keep only timely,accurate,complete,& relevant information
  • Prevent unauthorized use,access,disclosure,alteration,or destruction
  • Let individuals know what records are kept
  • Permit individuals to amend records
  • Allow individuals to ask for an administrative review
  • Maintain only information that is relevant and necessary
  • Act promptly,accurately,and fairly
suspension of favorable actions ar 600 8 2

SUSPENSION OF FAVORABLE ACTIONSAR 600-8-2

A soldiers status changes from:Favorable/unfavorable

Two categories:

Transferable,e.g.,Weight Control Program

Non-Transferable,e.g.,Court-martial

sponsorship program

SPONSORSHIP PROGRAM

A peacetime function:

  • Assist during reassignment
  • Assist during family separation
  • Improve unit control
  • Support the personnel life-cycle function

AR 630-10

absent without leave awol

ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE (AWOL)

DROPPED FROM THE ROLLS (DFR)

AR 630-10

AWOL-Absent without proper authority

DFR-Absent without proper authority for 30 consecutive days.

discharges
DISCHARGES

AR 635-100

AND

AR 635-200

  • Discharges; Two types:
  • Voluntarily,e.g., Retirement
  • Involuntarily,e.g., Overweight
weight control program ar 600 9
Weight Control ProgramAR 600-9
  • Ensures Personnel:
  • Are able to meet physical demands of their duties
  • Present a trim appearance
  • Assist in establishing and maintaining:discipline, operational readiness,physical fitness,health and effectiveness.
  • Establish body fat standards
  • Provide assistance in meeting the standards
  • Fosters high standards
retention program ar 601 280
RETENTION PROGRAMAR 601-280

OBJECTIVES:

Reenlist, long-term basis,the greatest number of highly

Qualified soldiers consistent with Army needs.

Enlist/transfer and assign qualified soldiers into a RC,ARNG/

USAR unit.

Achieve and maintain Army force alignment

Obtain maximum command involvement

awards program ar 600 8 22
AWARDS PROGRAMAR 600-8-22

OBJECTIVE:

  • Acts of valor
  • Exceptional service or achievement
  • Special skills or qualifications
  • Acts of heroism
noncommissioned officer evaluation reporting system ncoers ar 623 205
NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICEREVALUATION REPORTING SYSTEM(NCOERS) AR 623-205

PURPOSE:

  • Support the Army’s personnel management program
  • Support the career development of the soldier

DESIGNED TO:

  • Identify soldiers best qualified for promotion
  • Identify soldiers best qualified for assignment positions
officer evaluation reporting system oers ar 623 105
OFFICER EVALUATION REPORTINGSYSTEM (OERS)AR 623-105
  • Largely determines the quality of the officer corps
  • Selects the future Army leaders
  • Course of each officer’s career
  • Supports the Army’s personnel management program
assignment and utilization policy ar 614 200
ASSIGNMENT AND UTILIZATIONPOLICYAR 614-200

PRIMARY GOAL: Is to satisfy the personnel requirements of

the Army.

SECONDARY GOALS:

Equalize assignments by assigning the most eligible soldier

from among those of like MOS and grade

Equalize hardships of military service

Ensure assignments allow for professional development and

promotion

Meet the soldier’s personal desires

standinging operating procedures fm 101 5
STANDINGING OPERATING PROCEDURESFM 101-5

THREE TYPES:

  • Administrative
  • Tactical / Field
  • External

Promotes:

  • Teamwork
  • Efficiency
  • Reduces the need for repetitive instructions
duty rosters ar 220 45
DUTY ROSTERSAR 220-45

Provides: An equitable determination of duty

Maintained: Alphabetical by rank

Three authorized Abbreviations:

  • A:Authorized absence
  • D: Detailed to perform duty
  • U: Unauthorized absence
mail operations dod manual 4525 6 m vol ii
MAIL OPERATIONSDOD MANUAL 4525.6-M VOL II

ENSURE:

  • Mail room and staff know how to operate it
  • Perform daily and weekly inspections
  • Prepare SOP
  • Convenient mail call ours

Mail has a big influence on morale especially during wartime.

religious activities ar 165 1 and ar 600 20
RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIESAR 165-1 and AR 600-20

POLICY:Approve requests for accommodating religious practices

that will not adversely impact on:

  • Military readiness
  • Unit cohesion
  • Standards
  • Health
  • Safety
  • Discipline
  • Interfere with the performance of duties

Cannot Be Guaranteed

maintanance of records ar 25 400 2
MAINTANANCE OF RECORDSAR 25-400-2

PURPOSE:

  • Properly manage information from creation through final disposition according to laws and regulation
  • Ensures information is available when needed
  • Provides for a systematic removal of less active records from office space
  • Records support the interests of soldiers during and after their period of service
  • Basis for pay and awards
summary
SUMMARY

Taking charge involves team work.The best advice is to be prepared- take the time to learn about your job,your organization,the personnel,and your command. Knowing what to do and what will be expected of you is the first step towards success.

conclusion
CONCLUSION

You will be assigned to a platoon or section.Ensure you are aware of the importance of the company command team and the importance of the leadership role which you play in that command team.How you interact with the other organizational leadership and the chain of command is critical to the success of the unit knowing your role and what you need to do to prepare to assume your role will make it much easier to accomplish your role.