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.
While in Afghanistan we did 3 company level clearing operations and 3 battalion level clears. Myself and my squad found a total of twenty four improvised explosive devices, and sixteen weapons and ammunition caches. After a long seven months we returned to the united states on July 1st
Copy____of____Copies 767TH ORD CO (EOD) BLDG M-7223 FORT BRAGG, NC 28310 250900OCT2011 767TH OD CO (EOD) OP ORD 767-00-00 References: a. Fort Bragg Regulation 350-6 Installation Range Regulation b. Fort Bragg Military Reservation Map, 1:50,000 c. FM 3-22.9 Rifle Marksmanship d. FM 2-23.35 Combat Training With Pistol M9 Time Zone: Local (North American Eastern Time Zone) Task Organization: HQ, 767TH OD CO (EOD) 2nd PLT, 767TH OD CO (EOD) 3rd PLT, 767TH OD CO (EOD) 1. SITUATION: IAW 52D OD GRP’s training guidance the 767TH EOD will conduct a M4 training exercise to certify personnel on their assigned weapons. a. Enemy Forces: N/A b. Friendly Forces: N/A c. Weather: Inclement weather will be handled IAW Range Control
Whilst we were there we were given a set of army combats (a top and bottoms) and whilst we stayed with them wherever we went with them we had to wear the army combats. My punctuality and appearance for the whole entire week was brilliant. Whilst we were away with the army we learned: how to march the way the army does, we learned how to do a fireman’s carry, we learned how to try and take out a sniper with being seen and we learned what it meant to be a vital part of a team.
The applicant is then awarded a graduation certificate at the end of the term if he or she passes the written exam and practical exercises of firing a handgun. Upon receipt of this graduation certificate, the applicant must then go to his or her local county sheriff’s department and apply for a concealed carry permit. Some states may vary slightly, but most all states require a criminal background check, character references, psychological evaluations, and finger printing along with the training certificate. There is usually a four to eight week waiting period while this application is being
B. The Unit Hearing Conservation NCO will: (1) Insure that all personnel in noise hazard areas are fitted by medically trained personnel with preformed earplugs, and examine individuals at least annually to ensure proper earplug condition and fit. (2) Insure that health education is included in training program. At least once year training should include a discussion on the importance of hearing protection. Assistance may be requested from the JFHQ.
All software will go through a Harding process prior to release b. All software will be tested prior to release into operational environment c. All patches and updates will be applied per company guidelines an policies d. Configuration, deletion, and installation of software will be restricted by user accounts and roles 2. Personnel Security a. All users will have individual accounts b. Access applications and data will be granted based on roles and work functions c. Account passwords will be changed every 30 days 3.
Prior to carrying their role I ensure all staff are adequately trained in Health and Safety, including Moving and Handling, COSHH, Fire Safety, this training is updated on an annual basis and relevant or new legislation passed on when required through team meetings or supervisions. Under the RIDDOR, Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013, I am required to report fatalities caused by workplace injuries, major injuries or incidents, dangerous occurrences and occupational
This annex provides guidance in the development of an Antitobacco use program to address the current level of usage by unit personnel. 3. Assessment. Assessment is done by use of a unit survey, during an annual health promotion day, routine and over 40 physicals, and inprocessing of newly assigned soldiers. 4.