DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY E Company 3-501ST AHB, CAB, 1AD 13425 SSG Sims ST Fort Bliss, TX 79916 M4/M4A1 CARBINE’S WEEKLY MAINTENANCE SOP AFVB-CAB-CE SOP 1 07 June 2014 1. PURPOSE: This SOP defines how Echo Company will conduct clearing, disassembling, cleaning, inspection for serviceability, and lubricating and reassembling of the M4/M4A1 Carbine on a weekly basis. 2. APPLICABILITY: 3rd Platoon, E Company 3-501st AHB, CAB, 1AD 3. REFERENCES: a. Lubricate order (LO); STP 21–1–SMCT b. TM 9–1005–319–10 c. DA Form 2404, Equipment Inspection and Maintenance Worksheet.
When clearing your weapon, put your weapon on safe if not done so already, and have your battle buddy ensure that the firing chamber is clear. 2. When disassembling your weapon, follow procedures IAW TM 9-1005-319-10 for proper instructions. When disassembly is completed, keep all components in a centralized location so as to prevent misplacing weapon parts. 3.
I Follow the 23 steps on how to disassemble the weapon. II Ensure that you keep accountability of all weapon parts at all times. III If you miss or lose anything, report it to your Squad Leader and the armor. g. Soldiers will conduct Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) h. Follow the steps in accordance with TM 9-1005-319-10. i. Ensure if anything is broken, cracked, missing or loose; annotate it on
d. Weapons cards, DA Form 3749, are required for all personnel in the section. The DA form 3749 will be filled out to the standard found in the regulations cited above. Important requirements include the company commander’s signature, weapon type (m4, not rifle or carbine, PVS-14, not NVG’s) and serial number for the item as well as the name of the appropriate SM with signature (change of company commander does not require new weapons cards as long as the new commander accepts this
671ST ENGINEER COMPANY 117 North Road Fort Luckywood, NJ 54545 3RD PLATOON M4 CARBINE WEEKLY MAINTENANCE STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOP) EN-XSE-3PL SOP#: M4(1) 16 December 2012 1. PURPOSE: To standardize weekly maintenance procedures for M4’s assigned to 3rd Platoon/671st EN CO. 2. APPLICABILITY: This SOP applies to all Soldiers assigned to or attached to 3rd Platoon/671st EN CO. 3. REFERENCES: a. TM 9–1005–319–10 b. Lubricate Order (LO) c. STP 21–1–SMCT d. DA PAM 738-750 e. DA PAM 738-751 4. RESPONSIBILITIES: a.
It will be used when conducting all maintenance 2. APPLICABILITY: All assigned and attached personnel of the Security section. 3. 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. 3.
AFCZ-MPB 235-001 23 January 2013 STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURE M4/M16 CARBINE’S WEEKLY MAINTENACE Purpose: This Standing Operating Procedure (SOP) is a unit specific M4 / M15 carbine weekly maintenance 93D Military Police Battalion. It, and the references below, will be used when conducting all maintenance. Applicability: All assigned and attached company personnel. References: A. Lubricate order (LO). B. STP 21-1-SMCT.
Supply sergeants are responsible for making sure all of the commander's equipment is signed for down to the user. Hand receipts and sub-hand receipts can be generated by using the computerized record-keeping system used in the supply room called the unit supply enhanced (USE) system. The USE system is derived from the property book-level record system called the property book use supply enhanced system. Specific procedures on preparing hand receipts can be found in DA Pam 710-2-1, para
It gives us the attention to detail we need to take with us to combat so we can spot IED’s or whatever else the enemy throws at us. If a marine looks at every detail in his/her uniform, they will most likely look at every detail in a combat environment also. If we don’t have that attention to detail that we need I could get myself killed or get other marines to the left and right of me killed because of that pressure plate I didn’t see so I stepped on it. Marines are inspected on their uniforms frequently to make sure that we are keeping our uniforms ready and squared away at all times. The attention to detail must be perfect to make sure our uniform is