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SECTION 1 GENERAL
INTRODUCTION
SCOPE
THE AIMS OF PATROLLING
PATROL TRAINING
THE PATROLLING SPIRIT
FORMULATION OF PATROL POLICY
SECTION 2 PATROLLING STAFF DUTIES AND PLANNING
PATROLLING RESPONSIBILITIES AND STAFF DUTIES
CONCLUSION
TYPES OF PATROLS
PATROL TASKS
SECTION 2 USE OF SCOUTS
LOCATION
ATTENDANCE
EQUIPMENT REQUIRED FOR BRIEFINGS
INFORMATION REQUIRED
SECTION 2 PTL ORGANIZATION
SECTION 3 PLANNING THE PATROL
PTL BATTLE PROCEDURE
RECEIVE WARNING ORDER
QUICK MAP STUDY
QUICK TIME ESTIMATE
ISSUE INITIAL WARNING ORDER
RECEIVE ORDERS
CONDUCT MISSION ANALYSIS (PRELIMINARY PLANNING)
DETAILED MAP STUDY
DETAILED TIME ESTIMATE
Figure 3-1: Detailed Time Estimate
ISSUE A DETAILED WARNING ORDER
PREPARE A RECCE AND COORDINATION PLAN
CONDUCT RECCE AND COORDINATION
COMPLETE DETAILED PLAN
PREPARE AND ISSUE PTL ORDERS
FRAG ORDERS
ANNEXES
ISSUES PTL ORDERS (ORAL)
COORDINATE AND SUPERVISE PTL PREPARATION
SUPERVISE DEPLOYMENT AND CONDUCT THE MISSION
SECTION 1 MOVEMENT
FORMATIONS AND ORDER OF MARCH
Figure 4-2: Re-entry into the FDL
NAVIGATION AND ROUTES
Figure 4-3: Divide the Route into “Legs”
HALTS
Figure 4-4: Long Halt—Platoon Size Ptl
RENDEZ-VOUS
DANGER AREAS/LINEAR AND PREPARED OBSTACLES
Figure 4-5a: Box Search
Figure 4-5b: Box Search
Figure 4-6: Action at Open Area and Linear Obstacle
ACTION IF SEPARATED OR LOST
EXTRACTION PROCEDURES
ACTION AT ORV
Figure 4-7: Types of All-round Defensive Positions
ACTION AT THE OBJ
SECTION 2 CONTACT
ACTION ON ENEMY CONTACT
Figure 4-8: Chance Contact—Close—Section/Detachment Size Ptl
Figure 4-9: Whole of Force Ambushed
Figure 4-10: Ambush—Far—Part of Force—Roll Up Method
Figure 4-11: Ambush—Far—Part of Force
Figure 4-12: Australian Peel Back Method
ACTION ON ARTILLERY
ACTION ON AIR ATTACK
ACTION ON FLARES
ACTION ON NBC ENCOUNTERS
OPEN FIRE POLICY/AUTHORITY
ACTION WITH CASUALTIES AND KILLED IN ACTION
ACTION ON PWS AND CAPTURED EQPT
SECTION 3 CONTROL
CON BY VOICE AND OTHER AUDIBLE MEANS
ARM AND HAND SIGS
Figure 4-13: Arm and Hand Signals
VISUAL IDENTIFICATION PROCEDURES
PATROLMEN ASSIST IN CON
ACCOUNTING FOR PATROLMEN
FIVE POINT CONTINGENCY PLAN
SECTION 4 SECURITY
USE OF RADIOS AND PASSWORDS
INFILTRATION INTO ENEMY AREA
SECTION 5 DEBRIEF
DEBRIEF AND PTL REPORTS
MISSIONS
TYPES OF RECCE
POINT RECCE—EIGHT MAN
Figure 5-4: Point Recce Eight Man
AREA RECCE
Figure 5-5: Area Recce Four Man
Figure 5-6: Area Recce Eight Man
Figure 5-7: Recce After Approach from Rear
ROUTE RECCE
Figure 5-8: Route Recce of Existing Route
Figure 5-9: Route Recce—Cross Country
SECTION 3 RECCE PTL ORGANIZATION
FOUR MAN RECCE PTL
Figure 5-10: Four Man Recce Ptl
FOUR MAN RECCE FORMATIONS
Figure 5-11: Single File
EIGHT MAN RECCE PTL
Figure 5-12: Eight Man Recce Ptl
EIGHT MAN RECCE FORMATIONS
Figure 5-13: Single File Close Country
Figure 5-14: Single File Open Country
Figure 5-15: Loose File
PURPOSE OF FIGHTING PTLS
PTL COMPOSITION
COMMUNICATION
Figure 6-1: Fighting Ptl Organization
Figure 6-2: Single File—Platoon Size Ptl
Figure 6-3: Loose File—Platoon Size Ptl
SEQUENCE OF OCCUPATION
Figure 6-6: Standing Ptl
SECTION 5 CLEARANCE PTLS
CONDUCT
SECTION 1 SITE SELECTION
SECTION 2 ESTABLISHMENT
OCCUPATION OF A PTL BASE
Figure 7-1: Occupation of Platoon Size Ptl Base
Figure 7-2: Occupation Through Cardinal Points
Figure 7-3: Area Search of Element Positions
Figure 7-4: Layout of Observation Post
Figure 7-5: Layout of Patrol Base
SECTION 3 ROUTINE AND EVACUATION
OPERATION AND ROUTINE IN THE PTL BASE
PTL BASE ORDERS
Figure 7-6: Evacuation of Ptl Base—Out of Contact
Figure 7-7: Evaculation—After Compromise/Under Contact
Figure 7-8: Withdraw—After Compromise/Under Contact
Figure 7-9: Aslt—After Compromise/Under Contact
PRIORITIES OF WORK
SECTION 4 GENERAL
RE-SUPPLY
PLANNING AND CONDUCT OF FURTHER OPERATIONS
DEPARTURE AND RE-ENTRY—GENERAL
SECTION 1 PLANNING
AIR MOVEMENT ANNEX
AIRMOBILE PLANNING
SECTION 2 GENERAL
LANDING POINT CRITERIA
Figure 8-1: CH-146 Dimensions
Figure 8-2: Approach/Departure Obstacle Distance
Figure 8-3: CH-146 Landing Point Dimensions
Figure 8-4: Five Light “T”
Figure 8-5: Inverted “Y”
HELICOPTERS DRILLS
Figure 8-6: CH-146 Loading Configuration
Figure 8-7: Normal Unloading Procedure
Figure 8-8: Operational Unloading Procedure
Figure 9-1: Two/Four Man Recce Boat
TWELVE MAN ASLT BOAT
Figure 9-2: Components of the Twelve Man Aslt Boat
SECTION 3 BOAT PREPARATION
SMALL BOAT RIGGING
Figure 9-3: Rigging Lines of Twelve Man Aslt Boat
SECTION 4 CREW DISPOSITION
CREW ORGANIZATION AND DUTIES
Figure 9-4: Positions
BOAT COMMANDS
Figure 9-5: Short Count
Figure 9-6: Long Count
CAPSIZING DRILLS
EMBARKING AND DISEMBARKING
NAVIGATION
Figure 9-7: River Terminology
Figure 9-8: Crossing a Wide River
INTRODUCTION AND CHARACTERISTICS
SECTION 2 ORGANIZATION AND PROCEDURES
PTL TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES
ENTRY AND MOVEMENT
FACTORS AFFECTING SUBTERRANEAN PATROLLING
MOVEMENT AND ENTRY TECHNIQUES
DEFINITIONS
TYPES AND TASKS OF OPS
OP REQUIREMENTS
ALTERNATE OSBSERVATION POST
PRE-OCCUPATION PLANNING
EQPT REQUIREMENTS
COMMUNICATIONS
SELECTING A SUITABLE LOCATION
SECTION 2 OCCUPATION AND ROUTINE
OCCUPATION SEQUENCE
CONDUCT AND ROUTINE
DISMOUNTED OP CONSTRUCTION
Figure 11-1: Construction of an OP—Side View
Figure 11-2: Construction of an OP—Option 1
Figure 11-4: Sequence of OP Occupation
ILLUSTRATION OF PROGRESSION
WALKTHROUGH
SECTION 2 CHECKLIST
RECCE PATROL—PTL COMD
PTL BASE—PTL COMD
PTL BASE—2IC
OBSERVATION POSTSECT/DET COMD
FIGHTING PATROL—PTL 2IC
FIGHTING PATROL—PTL COMD
MISCELLANEOUS
4 CMBG PATROL TASK TABLE 21
ROUTE CARD
THE ROUTE PLANNING PROCESS
ANNEX E OBSERVERS LOG
Figure E-1: Example of an AN/PPS 501 Radar Overlay
Figure E-2: Hand Angles Used to Assist in Judging Distance
DETAILED WARNING ORDER
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS
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Canada - National Defence - Infantry Patrolling Manual - 2002

Canada - National Defence - Infantry Patrolling Manual - 2002

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