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1

LACE

Liquid
Ammo
Casualties
Equipment

2

SLLS

Stop
Look
Listen
Smell (food,fuel,fire,feces,freshly turned dirt)

3

5 S's of EPW

Search
Silence
Segregate
Safeguard
Speed to rear

4

5 C's of IED

Confirm
Clean
Call
Cordon
Control

5

5 principles of patrolling

Planning
Recon
Security
Control
Common Sense

6

GOTWA

Where you're Going
Others you're taking
Time you'll be gone
What to do if you don't return
Actions on enemy contact

7

9 Line MEDEVAC

Location
Frequency and callsign
Number of patients by Precedence
Special Equipment needed
Number of patients by Type
Security at pickup site
Marking method
Nationality
NBC considerations

8

OAKOC

Observation
Avenues of approach
Key terrain
Obstacles
Cover and concealment

9

SALUTE report

Size
Activity
Location
Uniform
Time
Equipment

10

Claymore mine (3 things):
Arc
Effective Range
Minimum safe distance

projects steel balls at 60 degree arc
Effective range: 50m
Minimum safe distance: 16m from friendlies

11

Effective range of M240B (7.62mm x 51mm) on a tripod-- point target

800m

12

Effective range of M249 on bipod for point target

600m

13

3 movement techniques

Travelling
Travelling overwatch
Bounding overwatch

14

Which movement technique is used when contact is expected?

Bounding overwatch

15

How far is the PL from the lead squad in a platoon moving in travelling overwatch?

50-100 meters

16

Actions to organize after contact

Call higher
Check security
Check heavy weapons
Pinpoint location
Check Equipment

17

Types of combat patrols

Raid
Ambush
Security

18

Ambush categories

Hasty
Deliberate

19

Ambush types

Point
Area

20

Ambush fundamentals

Speed and surprise
Violence of action
Coordinated fire
Control

21

Order that elements of an ambush are emplaced

1- Security
2- Support
3- Assault

22

What is the normal PACE plan for initiating an ambush?

Claymore
M240B
SLs M4
AGs M4

23

Recon Fundamentals

Gain info
Avoid detection
Task organize
Employ security measures

24

Types of recon patrols

Area
Zone
Route

25

Factors for determining method of infiltration

Enemy situation
Mission
Weather
Topography

26

Types of information gathered on a recon

PIR- priority information requirements

IR- information requirements

27

When will each recon/security team return to the release point during a recon mission?

When they gather all PIR
Run out of time
Reach LOA
Make contact with enemy

28

Raid fundamentals

Speed and surprise
Violence of action
Coordinated fires
Planned withdrawal

29

When and why do security elements move to alternate positions?

To seal off the objective

30

How long is a patrol base occupied?

No more than 24 hours

31

7 considerations for patrol base selection

Cover/concealment
away from natural lines of drift
Out of sight/sound/small arms range of enemy/objective/road (400m)
Large enough for entire element
Easily defendable for short period of time
Near a water source
Difficult terrain that impedes foot movement

32

Priorities of work under normal conditions

Security
Alert plan
Withdraw plan
Weapons maintenance
Hygiene
Mess plan/water resupply
Rest plan

33

TLPs (RIMSRCIS)

Receive the mission
Issue the WARNO
Make a tentative plan
Start necessary movement
Recon
Complete the plan
Issue the OPORD
Supervise

34

True or false: TLPs begin when the leader receives the mission

True

35

5 paragraphs of OPORD

Situation
Mission
Execution
Sustainment
Command and control

36

What must the squad leader give each team during Tasks to Maneuver Units?

Task and purpose

37

Where do you find MEDEVAC instructions in the OPORD?

Paragraph 4 - sustainment

38

What does enemy composition/disposition tell you in the Situation paragraph?

Identification and location of enemy forces in AO

39

When can movement (step 4 of TLPs) begin?

As soon as the leader receives the mission

40

Where do you find the squad mission in a platoon OPORD?

Paragraph 3.A.1

41

What order is used to make timely changes to an existing order?

FRAGO

42

Steps to breach (SOSRA)

Suppress
Obscure
Secure
Reduce
Assault

43

Economy of force

To employ all available combat power in the most effective way possible, allocating minimal essential combat power to secondary efforts

44

Battle Drill

a collective action rapidly executed without applying a deliberate decision making process

45

Levels of war

Strategic
Operational
Tactical

46

Warfighting functions

Movement and maneuver
Fires
Intelligence
Sustainment
Command and control
Protection

47

Leadership

Influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation while operating to accomplish the mission and improve the organization

48

Principles of Leadership

Be
Know
Do

49

Major factors of Leadership

Led, Leader, Situation, Communication

50

Principles of War (MOOSEMUSS)

Mass
Objective
Security
Economy of force
Maneuver
Unity of command
Surprise
Simplicity

51

Father of SF

Aaron Bank

52

Father of OSS

Wild Bill Donovan