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
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
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.
The 81st HBCT will conduct Annual Training (AT) in July and August 2008 IOT complete required Pre-Mobilization tasks. The emphasis will be on IWQ, CSWQ, Gun Truck Skills Test (GTST), Combat Live Saver (CLS) courses, and tasks at the individual and squad level. The HBCT will also conduct four (4) New Equipment Training (NET) events which include the DTSS-L, BCS3, SA (fielding), ISYSCON, and SKL. Due to the availability and capacity of the NET teams, the HBCT has very little flexibility in when or how it can conduct NETs, in addition to accomplishing crew/squad/section training. d. Environment.
Jason Tierro, an inventory Jason Tierro, an inventory clerk at Lexmar Company, is responsible for taking a physical count of the goods on hand at the end of the year. He has been performing this duty for several years. This year, Jason was very busy due to a shortage of personnel at the company, so he decided to just estimate the amount of ending inventory instead of doing an accurate count. He reasoned that he could come very close to the true amount because of his past experience working with inventory. Besides, he was sure that the sophisticated computer program that Lexmar had just invested in kept an accurate record of inventory on hand.
All healthcare workers are required to report anything that affects the environment If there are any issues with the clinical environment for example any of the equipment we use is faulty or needs calibrating then we inform our Practice Manager who will make the necessary arrangements for equipment to be either sent out or for someone to come in and check over the equipment in the practice. If we require new equipment it’s always useful to attend relevant training courses where relevant information on who we can approach in regards to assessing our equipment is given out for example just recently I attended a course on INR Monitoring and Warfaring Dosing this allowed me to meet an advisor who can check over our machines when they aren’t working to the standard the practice sets out. By attending this course I was able to pass the details of the advisor over to our Practice Manager who has now arranged for her to come in and check over our equipment. The best way to investigate into where we can report and adjust our environment is by attending courses, it is always essential to keep up to date with relevant protocols as they constantly change so attending courses will enable us to keep working to the standards that is expected and help keep us up to date with relevant companies who are there to help. 1.4 – Describe the impact of environmental changes on resources including storage and use.
JROTC LET3 JROTC Final Exam What is your assigned duty position? Platoon Leader (Cadet 2nd Lieutenant) Part A Your Staff Responsibilities My duty for the Semiannual Awards Ceremony was to have the parents of the cadets’ sign in. I helped out cadets on correcting their gigs, making sure they looked sharp. Another thing I did was help out to make sure everything was in order and after the ceremony I helped clean and pick up stuff in the kitchen. I wish I could have had more time to help out by setting up the equipment, cleaning, and organizing.
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.
We are a set up and take down setting so all equipment is checked over whilst doing this daily, anything broken or damaged is removed. When staff/volunteers have their induction training they are given a clear explanation of health and safety issues so that all adults are able to adhere to the policy and understand their shared responsibility for health and safety including manual handling and storage of potentially dangerous substances. As we are a morning session only, we try where possible not to have workers in the building when the setting is in operation, but if necessary the manager/supervisor will explain the health and safety procedures and a member of staff will stay with them throughout their stay and they are not allowed near the children. All visitors are to sign the visitor book on