References: 3.1: AR 190-51 3.2: AR 190-11 3.3: FH Reg 190-3 3.4: AR 735-5 3.5: DA PAM 710-2-1 4. Responsibilities: 4.1: Company Commander 4.1.1 Is ultimately responsible for key control within the unit. 4.1.2 Will appoint on orders using memorandum format a Key Control NCOIC and alternate to act in his behalf on all key control matters. 4.2 Key Control NCOIC 4.2.1 Will establish and monitor the key control program for the unit. 4.2.2 Will sign for all keys and locks within the unit’s responsibility, except for Real Property keys.
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY REGIMENT FORT BLISS, TX 79916 PROCEDURES FOR THE WEEKLY MAINTANANCE OF 3RD PLATOON’S M4 CARBINE’S AFVA-BCX 14 JULY 2014 SOP Number 1 1. REFERENCES: a. Lubricate order (LO) b. STP 21-1-SMCT c. TM 9-1005-319-10 d. DA FORM 2404, Equipment Inspection and Maintenance Worksheet 2. PURPOSE: To establish uniformity of the cleanliness, mainanenance, and inspection for all 3rd Platoon’s M4 carbines 3. APPLICABILITY: This applies to all personnel assigned to 3rd Platoon, Bravo Company. 3.
You trained your team, squad or platoon on their tactical jobs moving as a team, actions on the objective and many other basic movement techniques. Many times you used your technical expertise by creating a PowerPoint presentation to teach your peers and subordinates to give them a visual picture on what was required to properly perform the tasks and establish what right looked like. On Mondays you always conducted in ranks inspections checking haircuts, uniform cleanliness and serviceability, I.D. tags and cards, general military knowledge questions were usually asked. You were expected to demonstrate a high level of military discipline and you exercised military customs and courtesies at all times.
He offers that the NRA is not willing to accept the Second Amendment in its entirety and what is was meant for. He argues the Second Amendment plainly states that the right to bear arms was granted expressly for Militia use and that in saying so should require all gun-bearers to be part of a “well-regulated” Militia. Fussell furthers his argument by declaring “That because the Constitution specifically requires that the Militia shall be “well-regulated,” a regular training program, of the sort familiar to all who have belonged to military units charge with the orderly management of small arms, shall be instituted”(148). The author emphasizes the argument that all members of the “militia” should undergo “militia” training, including, exercises, map-reading, weapons training, and the erection of barbed-wire fences. Fussell continues his argument by stating “It’s time not to
He is responsible for the oversight of all aspects of the project as well as accepting project deliverables, and approving any submitted scope change requests. 2.2 Project Team Project Manager, Mr. Barry Keane: The Project Manager is responsible for scope management for the Slow Mail Distribution Centre Recruitment Project. The Project Manager is responsible for reviewing and determining the impact of all scope change requests and submitting them to the Project Sponsor for approval. He is responsible for the development of scope control and validation measures. He is responsible for communicating any changes in scope to all project participants and updating all project documentation based on changes.
The Unit Commander: (1) Be responsible for overall hearing conservation program as defined in AR Regulation 40-5. (2) Ensure that earplugs and case are part of the duty uniform for all military personnel. (3) Ensure that personnel under their command wear hearing protection devices in noise-hazardous areas. (4) Initiate appropriate disciplinary action against personnel who knowingly and repeatedly violate the provisions of TB MED 501 (will not wear hearing protection when required). B.
It is also taught at all of our military academies (i.e. West Point, Annapolis, Colorado Springs and New London). Following orders is essential to the proper operation of "the machine." There is a chain of command giving everyone an area and depth of responsibilty. Orders are called orders because that is exactly what they are, not suggestions.
It is not possible to address every acceptable hairstyle, or what constitutes eccentric or conservative grooming. Therefore, it is the responsibility of leaders at all levels to exercise good judgment in the enforcement of Army policy. All soldiers will comply with the hair, fingernail, and grooming policies while in any military uniform or while in civilian clothes on duty. Leaders will judge the appropriateness of a particular hairstyle by the appearance of headgear when worn. Soldiers will wear headgear as described in the applicable chapters of this regulation.
But most important of all is the Access roster. The access roster allows the unit commander to designate certain personnel to have unrestricted access to it. These personnel work in it on a daily basis. The tool room personnel allow certain users of the tool room to sign out tools. This is done with a tool sign out log and an authorized user’s memorandum from each unit the tool room supports.