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US Marine Corps MWTC Assault Climbers Handbook Mountaineering

US Marine Corps MWTC Assault Climbers Handbook Mountaineering

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UNITED STATES MARINE CORPSMOUNTAIN WARFARETRAINING CENTER BRIDGEPORT, CA.
ASSAULT CLIMBERS HANDBOOK SUMMER 2002
 
ASSAULT CLIMBERS HANDBOOK 2002TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTERCLASS TITLE
1MOUNTAIN SAFETY2MAC KIT3NOMENCLATURE AND CARE OF MOUNTAINEERING EQUIPMENT4ROPE MANAGEMENT5MOUNTAIN CASULTLY EVACUATIONS6NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL ANCHORS7MECHANICAL ADVANTAGE8ONE ROPE BRIDGE9A-FRAMES10VERTICAL HAULING LINES11SUSPENSION TRAVERSE12ESTABLISHMENT OF RAPPEL POINTS AND RAPPELLING13BALANCE CLIMBING14TOP ROPING15SIT HARNESS16PLACING PROTECTION17BELAYING FOR PARTY CLIMBING18PARTY CLIMBING19MILITARY AID CLIMBING20ALTERNATIVE BELAYS AND ANCHORS21RESCUE TECHNIQUES FOR PARTY CLIMBING22STEEP EARTH CLIMBING23TREE CLIMBING TECHNIQUES24FIXED ROPE INSTALLATION25CLIFF RECONNAISSANCE26CLIFF ASSAULT27BIBLIOGRAPHY OF REFERENCESAPPENX 1SL-3 MAC KIT
 
UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS
Mountain Warfare Training Center Bridgeport, California 93517-5001
 
SMLSMO02/11/02
LESSON PLANMOUNTAIN SAFETYINTRODUCTION
(5 Min)1.
GAIN ATTENTION 
. The key to mountain safety in a mountainous environment is proper prior planning. Adhering to certain basic principles and predetermined actions willallow an individual or unit to efficiently perform their duties with minimum discomfortand maximum safety.2.
PURPOSE 
. The purpose of this period of instruction is to familiarize the student with thetwelve mountain safety considerations and the acronym used to remember them. Thislesson relates to all training conducted in a mountainous environment.3.
INTRODUCE LEARNING OBJECTIVES 
a.TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE. In a mountainous environment, execute preventive measures for mountain injuries, in accordance with the references. b.ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE. Without the aid of references and giventhe acronym "BE SAFE MARINE", list in writing the principles of mountain safety,in accordance with the references.4.
METHOD/MEDIA 
. The material in this lesson will be presented by lecture anddemonstration. You will practice what you learn during upcoming field training exercises.Those of you who have IRF's please fill them out at the conclusion of this period of instruction.5.
EVALUATION 
. You will be tested later in the course by written and performanceevaluations on this period of instruction.TRANSITION: Having discussed our purposes, let's now look at the planning and preparationof a military operation.
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