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  1. Leader’s Time Training Defend Unit Assigned Areas

  2. TFP MISSION STATEMENT: Task Force Provider conducts rear detachment operations for the 82nd SBDE and sustains FORSCOM units in dwell cycle at Fort Bragg while generating sustainment capabilities to meet rotational demand.

  3. TFP

  4. Defend Unit Assigned Areas • Date: 02 JUNE 2010 • Time:0700-1400 • Primary Location: Area EE • Alternate Location: Sheay Field • Instructors: (PI) SSG RAPU, (AI) SPC PAWLAK

  5. Defend Unit Assigned Areas • Task 1: React to Improvised Explosive Device (IED) 05-2-30913 and to Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) (09-2-2000) • Task 2: Move as a Member of a Fire Team (071 -326-0501) • Task 3: Control Movement of a Fire Team • (071-326-5605) • Task 4: Conduct the Maneuver of a Squad (071-326-5611) • Task 5:Request Medical Evacuation (081-831-0101)


  6. TIMELINE • 0630-0645 Accountability Formation Hope Chapel • 0645-0745 Risk Assessment/ Ruck March to Area EE 1 • 0800 -1200 Range Orientation and Mission Brief • 1200-1300 Lunch Break • 1300-1515 Regroup at EST Facility • 1515 -1530 Conduct an after action review of the day’s trainig • ****(Breaks) will be 10 Minutes every hour on the hour as needed • ****Soldiers will be released for lunch break and report to M-1411A Conference Room for AAR

  7. UNIFORM • ACH OR KEVLAR COMPLETE • PATROL CAP (NO BERETS) • CAMELBAK OR WATER SOURCE • WET WEATHER GEAR (WEATHER DEPENDENT)

  8. AREA D Route & Medical Evacuation Route Area D Honey cutt Gate Connelly Site Parking Area Training Site

  9. LESSON PLAN TRAINING OUTLINE • TITLE OF CLASS: React to a possible Ground-Emplaced Improvised Explosive Device (IED) • DATE/TIME/LOCATION OF TRAINING: 02 JUNE 2010/0630-1530 Area EE 1 • PRIMARY INSTRUCTOR: SSG RAPU • ALTERNATE INSTRUCTOR: SPC PAWLAK • METHOD OF INSTRUCTION: LECTURE/VISUAL (HANDOUTS, DISCUSSION, DIAGNOSTIC) • REFERENCES: FM 7-8, FM 3-20.98, FM 34-2-1, FM 7-92 • TIME REQUIRED FOR EACH BLOCK OF INSTRUCTION: 1 HOUR

  10. TASK, CONDITIONS, AND STANDARDS TASK: 071-326-0510 (SL1) CONDITIONS: The element is conducting is conducting movement operations on a designated route. All organic tools, equipment, and materials; rules of engagement (ROE); 9-line explosive hazards (EH) spot report, and higher headquarters (HQ) mission instructions are available. The element has already received a theater-wide IED/unexploded ordinance (UXO) briefing. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP 4. STANDARDS: The element reacts to a possible ground-emplaced IED by using the confirm, clear, call, cordon, and control (5-Cs) procedure. The element complies with ROE, higher HQ mission instructions, and other special orders. The element takes the necessary actions to minimize injuries or fatalities.

  11. 8 STEP TRAINING MODEL 1. PLAN THE TRAINING • What is to be trained:05-2-3091, 071-326-0501, 071-326-5605, 071-326-5611, 081-831-0101 • Who is to be trained: HHD, TFP/82nd SUS BDE • Identify a primary & assistant instructor: • Date training was planned: 6 May 10 • Date training will be executed: 02 June 10 • Are all resources coordinated: • Materials/Training Aids required: • Has a risk assessment been done:

  12. 8 STEP TRAINING MODEL • TRAIN THE TRAINERS • Has the trainers training outline been reviewed: • Is the trainer technically and tactically proficient: • Does the trainer have/understand the task, conditions & standards: • Review references, IE: DA PAMs, FMs, ARTEPS, TMs, And Soldier’s Manuals: • Is the trainer evaluation procedure in compliance with the training objective: 3. RECON THE SITE • Location of Training: Ft. Bragg, NC (Area EE) • Is the site suitable for the training: • Is the site accessible for emergency cases:

  13. 8 STEP TRAINING MODEL 4. ISSUE THE ORDER • Has a OPORD been issued for the training: • Has the Uniform for the training been briefed: 5. REHEARSE THE TRAINING • Identify weak points in the training plan: • Does the training flow: • Is there sufficient time for the training: • Are the training aids / materials present and operational: • Did you review pre-execution and pre-combat checks: 6. EXECUTE THE TRAINING • Is the training conducted to standard: N/A • Are Soldiers for training accounted for: N/A • Is everyone in uniform: N/A

  14. Resources

  15. Training Aids • Supply coordination made through Company Supply & Training Representatives

  16. 8 STEP TRAINING MODEL 7. TRAIN THE TRAINERS • Was there an evaluation done after the training execution: N/A • Were the training objectives/standards met: N/A • What is the METL assessment: N/A • Were the materials / training aids sufficient for the training: N/A • Was an After Action Review done: N/A • Are the Training results recorded in the leaders book: N/A 8. RETRAIN AS NECESSARY • Be prepared for opportunity training: N/A • Review references, IE; FM, ARTEP, TM, TMs, and Soldiers Manuals

  17. Defend Unit Assigned Areas Questions?