B-GL-383-002/PS-002

LAND FORCE

VOLUME 2

BATTLE TASK STANDARDS
(ENGLISH)

(This publication supersedes B-GL-383-002 series, dated 1999.)
WARNING

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Published on the Authority of the Chief of the Land Staff

B-GL-383-002/PS-002

LAND FORCE

VOLUME 2

BATTLE TASK STANDARDS
(ENGLISH)

(This publication supersedes B-GL-383-002 series, dated 1999.)
WARNING

ALTHOUGH NOT CLASSIFIED, THIS PUBLICATION, OR ANY PART OF IT MAY BE EXEMPT FROM DISCLOSURE TO THE PUBLIC UNDER THE ACCESS TO INFORMATION ACT. ALL ELEMENTS OF INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN MUST BE CLOSELY SCRUTINIZED TO ASCERTAIN WHETHER OR NOT THE PUBLICATION OR ANY PART OF IT, MAY BE RELEASED.

Published on the Authority of the Chief of the Land Staff

OPI: DAT OTS BTS & Validation

2007-01-15

Battle Task Standards

FOREWORD 1. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Battle Task Standards Volume 2 is issued on the authority of the Chief of the Land Staff. 2. This publication is effective upon receipt and supersedes the entire B-GL-383-002 series Battle Task Standards (less Medical and Military Police). 3. The French version of this publication is B-GL-383-002/PS-005 Les Normes d’Aptitude au Combat. 4. Suggested amendments should be forwarded through normal channels to the Directorate of Army Training (DAT) of the Land Force Doctrine and Training System (LFDTS). 5. Unless otherwise noted, masculine pronouns contained herein refer to both genders. 6. This publication will be only available electronically. It can be found at the following sites: http://lfdts.army.mil.ca/ael/publications.asp on the Defence Information Network (DIN) or at http://www.armyapp.dnd.ca/ael/Default.asp on the World Wide Web. 7. This publication is intended to be read in conjunction with B-GL-383-002/PS-001, Volume 1—Use of BTS, and B-GL-383-002/PS-003 Volume 3—BTS Resource Template Staff Planning Tool. 8. The following statement establishes the basic condition applicable to all BTS: Operations (including tasks) will occur by day or night and possibly under NBC conditions. Civilians, government organizations, non-government organizations, private voluntary organizations, and the press could be present in the area of operations. The Law of Armed Conflict and the Soldiers’ Code of Conduct apply in all cases. Rules of Engagement will be given for all training events. Additional conditions may be imposed for the purposes of theatre-mission specific training, but the imposition of additional conditions should not alter the necessary conditions stated in the ‘given’ or ‘denied’ sub-paragraphs. 9. The contents of the Conditions paragraph merely provide amplifying conditions to this generic statement of conditions. The conditions, however, are also provided in terms of the Force Training Scenario (FTS). 10. It is intended that this be a ‘living’ document updated IAW CF directed requirements and the Land Force Capability Release Methodology. 11. Medical and Military Police BTS may be added to this volume in the near future pending the results of discussions with CFMG and CFPM. 12. Published on the authority of the Chief of the Land Staff by the Army Publishing Office, Fort Frontenac, Kingston, Ontario. © Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of National Defence, 2007.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS FOREWORD.................................................................................................................................. i CHAPTER 1 JOINT INTER-AGENCY MULTINATIONAL PUBLIC (JIMP) OPERATIONS .......................................................................................................1 CHAPTER 2 ARMY COMMON BTS ........................................................................................3 EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE.....................................................................................4 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A HELICOPTER LANDING SITE....................................5 EXECUTE A BREAK OF CONTACT .................................................................................6 EXECUTE SELF-EXTRACTION FROM MINEFIELD / UXO CONTAMINATED AREA .....................................................................................................................................7 RESPOND TO AN AMBUSH / IED STRIKE......................................................................8 LAY AND LIFT PROTECTIVE MINEFIELD.....................................................................9 EXECUTE SELF-EXTRACTION FROM MINEFIELD / UXO CONTAMINATED AREA ...................................................................................................................................11 RESPOND TO AN AMBUSH / IED STRIKE....................................................................12 LAY AND LIFT PROTECTIVE MINEFIELD...................................................................13 EXECUTE ADMINISTRATION ........................................................................................15 HANDLE PWS/DETAINEES/PIFWC................................................................................17 MOVE TACTICALLY ........................................................................................................19 DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC ....................................................................................21 DENY EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ..............................................................................23 EXECUTE ALL ARMS AIR DEFENCE............................................................................25 EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE ..........................................................................................27 EXECUTE IMMEDIATE AND OPERATIONAL DECONTAMINATION.....................28 REACT TO DIRECT FIRE .................................................................................................30 REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE .............................................................................................32 EXECUTE REORGANIZATION .......................................................................................34 TREAT AND EVACUATE CASUALTIES .......................................................................35 OCCUPY AN HIDE/HARBOUR/ASSEMBLY AREA .....................................................36 EXECUTE CRASH OF HIDE/HARBOUR/ASSEMBLY AREA......................................38 EXECUTE ROAD MOVEMENT .......................................................................................39 EXECUTE LIAISON...........................................................................................................40 ENGAGE TARGETS WITH INTEGRAL WEAPON SYSTEMS.....................................42
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ESTABLISH A ROADBLOCK / CHECKPOINT ..............................................................44 EXECUTE CALL FOR FIRE..............................................................................................45 CONSTRUCT COLLECTIVE NBC PROTECTION .........................................................46 MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS.....................................................................48 COORDINATE INTEGRAL CSS.......................................................................................50 EXECUTE WITHDRAWAL...............................................................................................52 CROSS A CONTAMINATED AREA ................................................................................53 PREPARE FOR NBC ATTACK .........................................................................................55 EXECUTE REPLENISHMENT..........................................................................................58 REGIMENT / BATTALION / HELICOPTER SQUADRON ............................................60 EXECUTE OPP ...................................................................................................................60 ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL......................................62 MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS.....................................................................63 DEVELOP AND INTEGRATE INFORMATION OPERATIONS....................................65 INTEGRATE THE ISTAR PLAN.......................................................................................66 INTEGRATE FIRE PLAN ..................................................................................................67 INTEGRATE CLOSE SUPPORT CSS ACTIVITIES ........................................................69 MANAGE CIVPOP/NON-COMBATANTS/DP ................................................................70 EXECUTE A LINK-UP.......................................................................................................72 EXECUTE A PASSAGE OF LINES...................................................................................74 EXECUTE WITHDRAWAL...............................................................................................75 EXECUTE REAR AREA SECURITY (RAS) ....................................................................76 EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE ..........................................................................................77 EXECUTE HARBOUR AND ASSEMBLY AREA OPERATIONS .................................78 EXECUTE MINE STRIKE / INCIDENT RESPONSE ......................................................79 PROVIDE INTEGRAL CSS ...............................................................................................82 CROWD CONFRONTATION OPERATIONS .......................................................................83 MONITOR CROWDS .........................................................................................................84 CONTROL CROWDS .........................................................................................................86 CHAPTER 3 ARMOURED RECCE.........................................................................................89 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN OP...............................................................................90 EXECUTE A PICKET.........................................................................................................92 RECONNOITRE ROUTE MOUNTED ..............................................................................93
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EXECUTE A BYPASS........................................................................................................96 EXECUTE AN ADVANCE TO CONTACT ......................................................................97 EXECUTE A LINKUP ........................................................................................................99 EXECUTE SCREEN .........................................................................................................100 EXECUTE FLANK SECURITY.......................................................................................102 EXECUTE A DELAY .......................................................................................................104 EXECUTE A RELIEF .......................................................................................................106 CONSOLIDATE ................................................................................................................108 EXECUTE TRAFFIC CONTROL ....................................................................................109 EXECUTE CONVOY ESCORT .......................................................................................111 SUPPORT A TASK WITH CONTROL MEASURES .....................................................115 RECONNOITRE POINT MOUNTED ..............................................................................117 RECONNOITRE POINT DISMOUNTED .......................................................................118 EXECUTE CALL FOR FIRE............................................................................................119 ENGAGE TARGETS WITH MAIN AND SECONDARY ARMAMENT ......................120 ESTABLISH A TRAFFIC CONTROL POST ..................................................................122 RECONNOITRE AREA MOUNTED...............................................................................124 RECONNOITRE ZONE MOUNTED ...............................................................................126 EXECUTE NBC RECONNAISSANCE ...........................................................................128 EXECUTE NBC SURVEY ...............................................................................................133 PERFORM RUNNING RE-SUPPLY ...............................................................................135 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP ................................................................................137 EXECUTE A CORDON AND SEARCH OPERATION..................................................139 EXECUTE REAR AREA SECURITY (RAS) ..................................................................141 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A RUNNING RE-SUPPLY ............................................144 CHAPTER 4 ARTILLERY......................................................................................................145 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN ARTILLERY COMMAND POST (CP) ..................146 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIRE SUPPORT COORDINATION CENTRE (FSCC) ...............................................................................148 EXECUTE FIRE SUPPORT COORDINATION..............................................................149 EXECUTE RECONNAISSANCE OF A GUN POSITION..............................................151 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN ARTILLERY OBSERVATION POST....................152 EXECUTE A DIRECT FIRE MISSION ...........................................................................153 v

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DEPLOY AND OPERATE A HOWITZER / MORTAR .................................................154 EXECUTE A FIRE PLAN.................................................................................................156 EXECUTE INDIRECT FIRE MISSIONS.........................................................................158 DEPLOY AND OPERATE A BATTERY ........................................................................159 COMMAND AND CONTROL FIRE SUPPORT.............................................................161 ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN A FIRE SUPPORT COMMUNICATION ARCHITECTURE .............................................................................................................163 EXECUTE A FIRE PLAN.................................................................................................164 EXECUTE FIRE SUPPORT COORDINATION..............................................................166 EXECUTE COUNTER-FIRE OPERATIONS ..................................................................168 SURVEILLANCE AND TARGET ACQUISITION .........................................................169 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A STA COMMAND POST ............................................170 EXECUTE A CALL FOR FIRE ........................................................................................172 WEAPONS LOCATING RADAR ....................................................................................173 DEPLOY AND OPERATE A WEAPONS LOCATING RADAR (WLR) ......................173 ACOUSTIC WEAPONS LOCATION SYSTEM .............................................................175 OPERATE A TCP DET .....................................................................................................175 DEPLOY AND MAINTAIN A MIC DET ........................................................................177 LAUNCH AND RECOVER AN UNINHABITED AERIAL VEHICLE (UAV) ............179 DEPLOY AND OPERATE A GROUND CONTROL STATION (GCS) ........................181 RECCE AND DEPLOY A SENSOR BASELINE ............................................................183 AIR DEFENCE ..................................................................................................................185 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN AIR DEFENCE COMMAND POST .......................186 PERFORM AIR DEFENCE BATTLE MANAGEMENT ................................................187 DEPLOY AIR DEFENCE DETACHMENT.....................................................................188 ENGAGE TARGETS ........................................................................................................189 PERFORM AIR DEFENCE BATTLE MANAGEMENT ................................................190 DEPLOY AIR DEFENCE TROOP ...................................................................................192 PERFORM AIR DEFENCE BATTLE MANAGEMENT ................................................193 ENGAGE TARGETS ........................................................................................................195 PERFORM AIR DEFENCE BATTLE MANAGEMENT ................................................196 DEPLOY AIR DEFENCE TROOP ...................................................................................198 PERFORM AIR DEFENCE BATTLE MANAGEMENT ................................................199
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DEPLOY AIR DEFENCE BATTERY..............................................................................201 CHAPTER 5 ENGINEERS ......................................................................................................203 ENGINEER COMMON.......................................................................................................204 OPERATE AN ENGINEER SUPPORT COORDINATION CENTER ...........................204 OPERATE AN EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL (EOD) RESPONSE CENTER ...........................................................................................205 DIRECT, PROCESS AND DISSEMINATE ENGINEER INTELLIGENCE ..................206 PROVIDE SUSTAINMENT ENGINEERING .................................................................208 ENGINEER RECCE ............................................................................................................210 EXECUTE A MINEFIELD LAYING RECONNAISSANCE ..........................................210 EXECUTE OBSTACLE RECONNAISSANCE ...............................................................212 RECONNOITRE A GAP CROSSING SITE.....................................................................214 RECONNOITRE A ROUTE—ENGINEER .....................................................................216 RECONNOITRE A DEMOLITION TARGET .................................................................218 RECONNOITRE A HEAVY EQUIPMENT TASK .........................................................220 RECONNOITRE A ENEMY MINEFIELD (DISMOUNTED) ........................................222 RECONNOITRE A ENEMY OBSTACLE .......................................................................224 COMBAT ENGINEER COMMON TO MULTIPLE LEVELS ......................................226 EXECUTE AN OBSTACLE BREACH ............................................................................226 ASSIST ATTACK ON FORTIFIED POSITION ..............................................................228 ASSIST IN ASSAULT WATER CROSSING ..................................................................229 EXECUTE CMD OPERATIONS......................................................................................231 EXECUTE RESPONSE TO AN EXPLOSIVE INCIDENT .............................................233 DENY FACILITIES ..........................................................................................................235 EXECUTE EXPLOSIVE EXPLOITATION.....................................................................237 CONSTRUCT A COMBAT ROAD..................................................................................239 CONSTRUCT INITIAL STANDARD CAMP .................................................................241 INTEGRATE BARRIER PLAN........................................................................................244 PLAN AND EXECUTE MOBILITY OPERATIONS ......................................................246 PLAN AND EXECUTE COUNTER-MOBILITY OPERATIONS ..................................248 PLAN AND EXECUTE SURVIVABILITY OPERATIONS...........................................250 CONTROL EXECUTION OF A RESERVED OBSTACLE............................................252 TRANSFER CONTROL OF AN OBSTACLE .................................................................254 vii

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CONSTRUCT A HELICOPTER LANDING SITE ..........................................................256 CLEAR A BUNKER .........................................................................................................257 PREPARE AND IMPROVE FORDING SITE .................................................................259 CONSTRUCT AND MAINTAIN FLOATING BRIDGE ................................................261 CONSTRUCT ELEVATED CABLE SYSTEM ...............................................................263 EXECUTE LIVE DEMOLITIONS ...................................................................................264 EXECUTE RAFTING OPERATION................................................................................266 CONSTRUCT WIRE OBSTACLES .................................................................................268 CONSTRUCT WALL / BUND .........................................................................................269 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A MINE CACHE ............................................................271 LAY AND LIFT A MINEFIELD ......................................................................................272 EXTRICATE OTHERS FROM A MINEFIELD ..............................................................274 CONSTRUCT DECOYS ...................................................................................................276 CONSTRUCT NON-EXPLOSIVE VEHICLE OBSTACLES .........................................278 EXECUTE MINE CLEARANCE OPERATIONS............................................................280 PREPARE SITE FOR URBAN OPERATIONS ...............................................................282 CONSTRUCT SHELTER..................................................................................................284 CONSTRUCT NON-STANDARD BRIDGE ...................................................................286 CONSTRUCT MODULAR STEEL TRUSS BRIDGE.....................................................288 CONSTRUCT MEDIUM GIRDER BRIDGE...................................................................290 OPERATE AN ENGINEER SUPPORT COORDINATION CENTER ...........................292 FIELD ENGINEER ..............................................................................................................293 CONTROL EXECUTION OF A RESERVED OBSTACLE............................................293 TRANSFER CONTROL OF AN OBSTACLE .................................................................295 EXECUTE A POINT OBSTACLE BREACH ..................................................................297 CONSTRUCT A HELICOPTER LANDING SITE ..........................................................298 ASSIST ATTACK ON FORTIFIED POSITION ..............................................................299 EXECUTE IMPROVEMENTS AND MARK SAFE LANES..........................................300 PREPARE AND IMPROVE FORDING SITE .................................................................301 CONSTRUCT AN ABATIS ..............................................................................................303 CONSTRUCT A CRATER ...............................................................................................304 ASSIST DIGGING EXPLOSIVELY ................................................................................305 CONSTRUCT WIRE OBSTACLES .................................................................................306
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ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A MINE CACHE ............................................................307 LAY AND LIFT A MINEFIELD ......................................................................................308 SET BOOBY TRAPS ........................................................................................................310 EXTRICATE OTHERS FROM A MINEFIELD / uxo contaminated area .......................311 EXECUTE CMD OPERATIONS......................................................................................312 CONDUCT IEDD OPERATIONS ....................................................................................314 EXECUTE EXPLOSIVE EXPLOITATION.....................................................................317 CONSTRUCT NON-EXPLOSIVE VEHICLE OBSTACLES .........................................319 CONSTRUCT MEDIUM GIRDER BRIDGE...................................................................321 INSTALL CULVERT........................................................................................................323 CONSTRUCT SHELTER..................................................................................................325 FIELD ENGINEER (DIVE QUALIFIED SECTION)......................................................327 EXECUTE AN UNDER WATER OBSTACLE BREACH ..............................................327 EXECUTE AN UNDERWATER SEARCHES AND RECOVERY OPERATION.........329 EXECUTE DIVING OPERATIONS.................................................................................331 CONSTRUCT UNDERWATER OBSTACLES ...............................................................333 ARMOURED ENGINEER ..................................................................................................335 EXECUTE AN AEV BREACH ........................................................................................335 EXECUTE A LAUNCH/RECOVERY OF AVLB ...........................................................336 CONSTRUCT AN ANTI-TANK DITCH .........................................................................337 CONSTRUCT WALL / BUND .........................................................................................339 CONSTRUCT VEHICLE PROTECTIVE POSITIONS ...................................................341 CONSTRUCT WALL / BUND .........................................................................................342 CONSTRUCT VEHICLE PROTECTIVE POSITIONS ...................................................344 CONSTRUCT A COMBAT ROAD..................................................................................345 EXECUTE CLEARING/GRUBBING/STRIPPING OPERATIONS ...............................347 EXECUTE COMPACTION ..............................................................................................349 EXECUTE CUT AND FILL OPERATIONS....................................................................351 EXECUTE DRAINAGE OPERATIONS ..........................................................................353 CONSTRUCT AN ANTI-TANK DITCH .........................................................................354 CONSTRUCT WALL / BUND .........................................................................................356 CONSTRUCT VEHICLE PROTECTIVE POSITIONS ...................................................358 CONSTRUCT WALL / BUND .........................................................................................359 ix

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CONSTRUCT VEHICLE PROTECTIVE POSITIONS ...................................................361 CONSTRUCT A COMBAT ROAD..................................................................................362 EXECUTE CLEARING/GRUBBING/STRIPPING OPERATIONS ...............................364 EXECUTE COMPACTION ..............................................................................................366 EXECUTE CUT AND FILL OPERATIONS....................................................................368 EXECUTE DRAINAGE OPERATIONS ..........................................................................370 EXECUTE DUMP TRUCK HAUL ..................................................................................371 EXECUTE GRADING OPERATIONS ............................................................................375 EXECUTE LIFT ................................................................................................................376 EXECUTE ICE AND SNOW CONTROL ........................................................................377 MAINTAIN ROADS .........................................................................................................378 CONSTRUCT A ROAD ....................................................................................................380 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A BORROW PIT ............................................................383 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A QUARRY ....................................................................386 CONSTRUCT A ROAD ....................................................................................................390 CONSTRUCT AIRFIELD .................................................................................................393 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE ENGINEER DUMP ........................................................396 WATER SUPPLY .................................................................................................................398 PRODUCE BULK POTABLE WATER ...........................................................................398 PLAN, DESIGN AND EXECUTE CONSTRUCTION PROJECT ..................................400 CONSTRUCT INITIAL/TEMPORARY STANDARD CAMP........................................403 COORDINATE AND MANAGE CONTRACTS.............................................................406 PERFORM STRUCTURAL DAMAGE ASSESSMENT.................................................408 CONSTRUCT A STRUCTURE ........................................................................................410 CONSTRUCT EXPEDIENT FIELD SANITATION STRUCTURES .............................412 INSTALL AN EXTERIOR WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM...................................414 INSTALL BULK FLUID STORAGE ...............................................................................416 INSTALL ED EQUIPMENT.............................................................................................418 INSTALL EG EQUIPMENT.............................................................................................420 INSTALL INTERIOR GAS AND PLUMBING ...............................................................422 INSTALL REFRIGERATION / HVAC SYSTEMS .........................................................424 INSTALL SEWERAGE ....................................................................................................426 MAINTAIN ED EQUIPMENT .........................................................................................428
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MAINTAIN EG EQUIPMENT .........................................................................................430 MAINTAIN REFRIGERATION / HVAC SYSTEMS .....................................................432 OPERATE EG EQUIPMENT ...........................................................................................434 REPAIR ED EQUIPMENT ...............................................................................................436 REPAIR EG EQUIPMENT ...............................................................................................438 REPAIR EXTERIOR WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM ............................................440 REPAIR INTERIOR GAS AND PLUMBING .................................................................442 REPAIR REFRIGERATION / HVAC SYSTEMS ...........................................................444 EXECUTE CONSTRUCTION SURVEY.........................................................................446 MAINTAIN INFRASTRUCTURE ...................................................................................448 GEOMATICS ..................................................................................................................450 PRODUCE A GEOMATIC PRODUCT UTILIZING GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS ..................................................................450 PRODUCE MISSION SPECIFIC DECISION AIDS........................................................452 PRODUCE THREE DIMENSIONAL TERRAIN VISUALIZATION PRODUCT.........454 PERFORM FIELD SURVEY............................................................................................456 EXECUTE GEOMATIC FIELD REPRODUCTION .......................................................458 MAINTAIN A GEOSPATIAL DATABASE....................................................................460 MANAGE THE DISTRIBUTION OF GEOMATIC PRODUCTS ..................................462 CHAPTER 6 SIGNALS ............................................................................................................465 RECONNOITRE a NEW HEADQUARTERS (HQ) location .........................................466 DEPLOY AND OPERATE A COMMUNICATIONS DETACHMENT .........................468 DEPLOY AND OPERATE A COMMAND POST (CP) DETACHMENT ....................470 DEPLOY AND OPERATE A LINE DETACHMENT .....................................................472 DEPLOY AND OPERATE A SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS DET.......................474 DEPLOY AND OPERATE A RADIO RELAY DETACHMENT ...................................475 DEPLOY AND OPERATE AN LCIS DETACHMENT ..................................................477 OPERATE A FACILITY CONTROL (FC) DETACHMENT..........................................478 PROVIDE ITSEC FACILITY CONTROL (ITSEC FC) SERVICES...............................480 COORDINATE COMMUNICATIONS INFORMATION SYSTEM (CIS) SERVICES .................................................................482 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A COMMUNICATIONS NODE....................................484 ESTABLISH A CP COMPLEX ........................................................................................486 xi

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S13401028E .......................................................................................................................488 PLAN AND DIRECT COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION SYSTEM (CIS) SUPPORT................................................................................................488 ESTABLISH A CP COMPLEX ........................................................................................489 PLAN AND DIRECT COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION SYSTEM (CIS) SUPPORT...................................................................491 PROVIDE OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS CONTROL (OSC) FUNCTIONS....................492 PROVIDE SYSTEM EXECUTIVE AND PLANNING (SEP) FUNCTIONS .................494 ELECTRONIC WARFARE ................................................................................................496 DEPLOY AN ELECTRONIC WARFARE LIAISON OFFICER (EWLO) .....................496 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A SIGINT ELECTRONIC WARFARE COORDINATION CENTRE ((S)EWCC) ....................................................498 DEPLOY AND OPERATE A MEWT ..............................................................................500 DEPLOY AND OPERATE AN ELINT DET ...................................................................501 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A SIGINT ELEMENT (SE)............................................502 DEPLOY AND OPERATE AN ECM DET ......................................................................503 DEPLOY AND OPERATE A RCIEDD DET ...................................................................504 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A SIGINT ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS CENTRE ((S)EWOC)..........................................................505 PROVIDE EW SP ..............................................................................................................507 DEPLOY AND CONTROL AN ESM BASELINE ..........................................................509 EXECUTE AN ECM PLAN..............................................................................................510 PROVIDE INTEGRAL CSS .............................................................................................512 PROVIDE EW SP ..............................................................................................................513 CHAPTER 7 INFANTRY ........................................................................................................515 INFANTRY—COMMON ....................................................................................................516 EXECUTE WITHDRAWAL.............................................................................................516 EXECUTE AN ADVANCE TO CONTACT ....................................................................518 EXECUTE A RELIEF .......................................................................................................520 EXECUTE ISTAR OPERATIONS ...................................................................................522 EXECUTE A BYPASS......................................................................................................523 EXECUTE HELIBORNE OPERATIONS ........................................................................524 EXECUTE AN INFILTRATION ......................................................................................526 ESTABLISH AND OCCUPY A PATROL BASE............................................................528
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ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN OP.............................................................................530 RECONNOITRE POINT DISMOUNTED .......................................................................532 ENGAGE TARGETS WITH INTEGRAL WEAPON SYSTEMS...................................533 DISMOUNTED INFANTRY (RECCE) .............................................................................535 RECONNOITRE ROUTE DISMOUNTED......................................................................535 SUPPORT A TASK WITH CONTROL MEASURES .....................................................538 EXECUTE A Stay-BEHIND PATROL.............................................................................540 EXECUTE A LINKUP ......................................................................................................542 ESTABLISH A TRAFFIC CONTROL POST ..................................................................543 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP ................................................................................545 EXECUTE SCREEN .........................................................................................................547 EXECUTE AREA NBC SURVEY....................................................................................549 RECONNOITRE AREA DISMOUNTED ........................................................................551 EXECUTE TRAFFIC CONTROL ....................................................................................553 DISMOUNTED SNIPER SECTION ..................................................................................555 EXECUTE SCREEN .........................................................................................................555 EXECUTE A SNIPER MISSION......................................................................................557 DISMOUNTED RIFLE ........................................................................................................560 EXECUTE A CORDON AND SEARCH OPERATION..................................................560 EXECUTE AN AMBUSH.................................................................................................562 EXECUTE A POINT OBSTACLE BREACH ..................................................................564 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIRE BASE .................................................................566 EXECUTE A BUILDING CLEARANCE ........................................................................568 EXECUTE A DELAY .......................................................................................................571 EXECUTE A RAID ...........................................................................................................573 EXECUTE A DEFENCE...................................................................................................575 EXECUTE A GUARD.......................................................................................................577 EXECUTE AN ATTACK..................................................................................................579 EXECUTE A WOODS CLEARING .................................................................................581 BREACH A STRUCTURE ...............................................................................................582 EXECUTE A SUBTERRANEAN RECONNAISSANCE................................................583 EXECUTE A SUBTERRANEAN CLEARANCE............................................................584 CONSTRUCT WIRE OBSTACLES .................................................................................585 xiii

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EXECUTE AN ATTACK..................................................................................................586 EXECUTE A WOODS CLEARING .................................................................................588 CLEAR A TRENCH SYSTEM .........................................................................................589 CLEAR A BUNKER .........................................................................................................591 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP ................................................................................593 EXECUTE A LINK-UP.....................................................................................................595 EXECUTE AN ATTACK..................................................................................................596 EXECUTE A WOODS CLEARING .................................................................................598 EXECUTE A BREAKOUT ...............................................................................................599 LIGHT INFANTRY COMMON .........................................................................................600 EXECUTE A PARA INSERTION ....................................................................................600 LIGHT INFANTRY (RECCE)............................................................................................602 ESTABLISH A DROP ZONE ...........................................................................................602 MECHANIZED INFANTRY COMMON ..........................................................................604 ENGAGE TARGETS WITH MAIN AND SECONDARY ARMAMENT ......................604 PERFORM RUNNING RE-SUPPLY ...............................................................................606 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A RUNNING RE-SUPPLY ............................................608 MECHANIZED INFANTRY RECCE................................................................................609 RECONNOITRE ROUTE MOUNTED ............................................................................609 RECONNOITRE AREA MOUNTED...............................................................................612 MECHANIZED INFANTRY (RIFLE)...............................................................................614 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIRE BASE .................................................................614 EXECUTE CONVOY ESCORT .......................................................................................616 EXECUTE AN ATTACK..................................................................................................620 EXECUTE AN ATTACK..................................................................................................622 CHAPTER 8 TACTICAL AVIATION ...................................................................................625 TACTICAL AVIATION COMMON..................................................................................626 APPLY SUPPRESSIVE FIRE WITH DOOR GUNS .......................................................626 CONDUCT EVASIVE COMBAT MANOEUVRES........................................................628 REACT TO MISSILE APPROACH WARNING SYSTEM (MAWS) ............................629 REACT TO RADAR OR LASER THREAT ....................................................................630 EXECUTE AEROMEDICAL SUPPORT OPERATIONS ...............................................631 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN AIRBORNE RRB ....................................................633
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OCCUPY A HOLDING AREA.........................................................................................634 REACT TO AIR TO AIR HELICOPTER ATTACK........................................................635 REACT TO FIGHTER AIRCRAFT ATTACK.................................................................636 PLAN AVIATION MISSIONS .........................................................................................637 PREPARE AND EXECUTE CRASH RESPONSE ..........................................................639 CONFIGURE AIRCRAFT ................................................................................................640 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN AVIATION COMMAND POST (CP).....................641 REACT TO MISSILE APPROACH WARNING SYSTEM (MAWS) ............................643 REACT TO RADAR OR LASER THREAT ....................................................................644 EXECUTE AEROMEDICAL SUPPORT OPERATIONS ...............................................646 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN AVIATION COMMAND POST (CP).....................648 PROVIDE AVIATION METEOROLOGICAL SERVICES ............................................650 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A HELICOPTER LANDING SITE................................651 TACTICAL AVIATION RECCE .......................................................................................653 EXECUTE RECONNAISSANCE TASKS .......................................................................653 EXECUTE AIR OBSERVATION POST MISSION ........................................................655 EXECUTE AIRBORNE FORWARD CONTROLLER (ABFAC) MISSION .................656 EXECUTE A PICKET.......................................................................................................657 EXECUTE SCREEN .........................................................................................................658 EXECUTE AN ADVANCE TO CONTACT ....................................................................660 EXECUTE A BYPASS......................................................................................................661 TACTICAL AVIATION UTILITY ....................................................................................662 EXECUTE COMBAT RECOVERY OF PERSONNEL...................................................662 EXECUTE AIRMOBILE OPERATIONS.........................................................................664 EXECUTE PARA INSERTION ........................................................................................666 PROVIDE AERIAL RESUPPLY......................................................................................668 EXECUTE CONVOY ESCORT .......................................................................................669 INSERT VEHICLE CHECK POINT/ROADBLOCK ......................................................670 EXECUTE SEARCH AND RESCUE OPERATIONS .....................................................671 TACTICAL AVIATION MAINTENANCE SERVICES .................................................672 REPAIR AIRCRAFT SNAGS...........................................................................................672 PERFORM FIRST LINE INSPECTION OF AIRCRAFT ................................................673 EXECUTE A MOBILE REPAIR PARTY (MRP) TASK.................................................674 xv

.....697 PROVIDE GENERAL TRANSPORTATION LIFT.........................................................................................................................678 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FORWARD ARMING AND REFUELING POINT ............687 MAINTENANCE ..........682 OPERATE A FORWARD SUPPORT GROUP (FSG) ..............677 PROVIDE AVIATION MAINTENANCE SERVICES (AMS) ................681 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP ...........706 EXECUTE DELIVERY POINT OPERATIONS ......711 CARRY AND DISTRIBUTE THE MAINTENANCE LOAD ........................692 PROVIDE MAINTENANCE SERVICES .............714 SUPPLY ........................................................................................702 PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION SERVICES...................................................................676 EXECUTE COMBAT RECOVERY AND SALVAGE OF AIRCRAFT............708 PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION SERVICES..................................................................................675 DEPLOY A MOBILE REPAIR PARTY (MRP) .............................................703 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A REPLENISHMENT POINT ........................................................................689 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN EQUIPMENT COLLECTION POINT ............................715 xvi ..................................................693 PROVIDE MAINTENANCE SERVICES ...............................................B-GL-383-002/PS-002 REPAIR AIRCRAFT SNAGS............................................................................................704 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN EXCHANGE POINT ....................................685 SITE THE BRIGADE SUPPORT AREA (BSA) ......................................................................699 EXECUTE DELIVERY POINT OPERATIONS ......680 CHAPTER 9 COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT ....................................................................................................684 CONTROL SUSTAINMENT..........................................................................................................................689 PERFORM MRT TASK .......................................................................................715 PROVIDE AMMO AND EOD SERVICES ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................709 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN EXCHANGE POINT ...................................................................................................................................................................691 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN EQUIPMENT BACKLOADING POINT......................700 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A COMMODITY POINT ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................697 EXECUTE DELIVERY POINT OPERATIONS ...............................695 TRANSPORT ..............713 EXECUTE A DUMPING PROGRAMME ..............................................................

.................................................744 CHAPTER 11 CIMIC ..........................................................................................................730 MOVEMENT CONTROL ...730 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIELD POST OFFICE .....739 COORDINATE SENSORS ................................................................748 LIAISE WITH CIVIL ACTORS ................753 PROCESS INFORMATION.........................................735 PROVIDE INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO PLANNING.......................................................................................................................................................743 OPERATE AN ISTAR CC ................719 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AMMUNITION FIELD STORAGE SITE.......................723 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE LAUNDRY AND SHOWER CENTRE .........................................................751 EXECUTE CIMIC PROJECTS .........................726 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A COMMODITY POINT ........................................................746 DIRECT AND PERFORM CIMIC OPERATIONS...................................................................................................733 CHAPTER 10 INTELLIGENCE .....................................................................724 PROVIDE COMBAT SUPPLY SERVICES.....................................................................................................731 PROVIDE FOOD SERVICES...727 PROVIDE SUPPLY SERVICES.....................................................760 xvii ...........................................................................................................................................754 CHAPTER 12 PSYOPS.........................731 PREPARE RAIL.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................758 DEVELOP EFFECTS BASED PSYOPS PRODUCTS .................721 PROVIDE SUPPLY SERVICES....729 POSTAL .............................................................................. AIR..........745 EXECUTE LIAISON...728 EXECUTE AERIAL RE-SUPPLY........................................................................................................................................................717 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A DECON SITE....742 PROCESS CAPTURED DOCUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT.............................................................................757 PLAN PSYOPS EFFECTS ....................................741 PROCESS PW FOR INTELLIGENCE ............ AND ROAD MOVE............................................................................738 PROVIDE INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO OPERATIONS ....Battle Task Standards PROVIDE AMMUNITION AND EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL SERVICES.......................................................................................................................749 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CIMIC CENTRE........................................................................................................... SEA...................................................................................................................................................736 COORDINATE INTELLIGENCE COLLECTION .....................................................................................................................

....793 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP ..................................811 EXECUTE A GUARD.........B-GL-383-002/PS-002 DISSEMINATE PSYOPS..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................765 DIRECT FIRE SYSTEM (COMMON) ..........817 xviii .................................................................................................................................795 EXECUTE A SCREEN .......................................779 EXECUTE A GUARD.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................801 EXECUTE A BYPASS.771 EXECUTE AN ADVANCE TO CONTACT ........................................................789 CHAPTER 14 COMBAT TEAM ....803 EXECUTE A RELIEF .792 MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS..........................................................................781 ENGAGE GROUND TARGETS ...............................................766 EXECUTE A LINKUP ...........................................815 EXECUTE A BREAKOUT ..........................................................................................762 CHAPTER 13 DIRECT FIRE SYSTEM (INTERIM).........................................................................................777 EXECUTE A BLOCK ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................785 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP .......805 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE ....................................................766 EXECUTE WITHDRAWAL..................................................................................................................................797 EXECUTE AN ADVANCE TO CONTACT ....................................................................768 EXECUTE ISTAR OPERATIONS ...........................................................................................767 EXECUTE A RELIEF .........................774 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIRE BASE ..............................................................................................................................................809 EXECUTE HELIBORNE OPERATIONS ...........................................................................................................................................783 PERFORM RUNNING RE-SUPPLY ...................813 EXECUTE A DEFENCE............................802 EXECUTE A DELAY ............................................................................................................................807 EXECUTE AN ATTACK....................................................................799 EXECUTE A LINKUP ...............................................................772 EXECUTE A BYPASS........775 EXECUTE A DELAY .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................791 EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE.................................787 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A RUNNING RE-SUPPLY ................................

....................................853 EXECUTE A DELIBERATE ATTACK ...............................................................849 EXECUTE A DEFENCE...........................................................................848 EXECUTE A GUARD.837 EXECUTE AN AMBUSH.....................................................876 xix .............................................................................................................................................................................827 EXECUTE A SCREEN ..................................................................................................................................................................862 PLAN AND EXECUTE COMBAT OPERATIONS WITHIN A MULTI-AGENCY ENVIRONMENT ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................834 EXECUTE A DELAY ....857 EXECUTE A PURSUIT .............832 EXECUTE A LINKUP ........................................................................................820 EXECUTE RECONNAISSANCE IN FORCE............................................................................869 CHAPTER 16 BRIGADE GROUP HEADQUARTERS .....................845 EXECUTE AN INFILTRATION .........873 EXECUTE OPP ........................................................Battle Task Standards EXECUTE A WITHDRAWAL..................................................................................................................................................................................835 EXECUTE A RELIEF IN PLACE ..............................830 EXECUTE A CORDON AND SEARCH OPERATION.......................................................................................................................................................................................................851 EXECUTE A BREAKOUT .....822 DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC ...................................................................................................................................................863 PLAN AND EXECUTE STABILITY OPERATIONS ....................................................................................................................................860 EXECUTE FIRE AND MOVEMENT ....828 EXECUTE AN ADVANCE TO CONTACT ...............................................................................................818 EXECUTE A RESERVED DEMOLITION GUARD........................................................................................................855 EXECUTE A DELIBERATE OBSTACLE BREACH ........................................839 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE .............................................................................................................................874 EXECUTE HEADQUARTERS ROUTINE .................................824 CHAPTER 15 BATTLE GROUP ............841 EXECUTE AN ATTACK...............................................................................................................................................................................859 EXECUTE AN ASSAULT WATER CROSSING......847 EXECUTE A RAID ....843 EXECUTE HELIBORNE OPERATIONS ..................................................................866 PLAN AND EXECUTE OPERATIONS IN SUPPORT OF CIVILIAN AUTHORITIES..........................................................................................

.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................886 PLAN AND EXECUTE COMBAT OPERATIONS WITHIN A MULTI-AGENCY ENVIRONMENT..........................................878 MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS.....B-GL-383-002/PS-002 DEVELOP AND DELIVER THE BRIGADE ORDERS...................................899 xx ......................................896 ANNEX B TASK LISTS (TL) .......................................................................................................892 GLOSSARY .....................................................................................................888 PLAN AND EXECUTE STABILITY OPERATIONS ............................................................883 PLAN AND EXECUTE CBRN DEFENSIVE MEASURES.............................................................885 PLAN AND EXECUTE FORMATION MANOEUVRE OPERATIONS .................................................................880 DEVELOP AND INTEGRate Information Operations .895 ANNEX A ATTRIBUTES FOR BATTLE TASK STANDARDS..........................890 PLAN AND EXECUTE OPERATIONS IN SUPPORT OF CIVILIAN AUTHORITIES.................................................................882 PLAN SUSTAINMENT .......

and B-GJ-005-300/FP-000 Canadian Forces Operations. This chapter is currently being drafted based on the two following documents: a. b. This chapter (to be drafted) is intended to provide the standard for Battle Tasks associated with Joint Inter-agency Multinational Public Operations in domestic and international operations. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 1 . B-GJ-005-308/FP-010 Inter-agency Handbook for Domestic Operations (IAHDO) (draft). 2.Battle Task Standards CHAPTER 1 JOINT INTER-AGENCY MULTINATIONAL PUBLIC (JIMP) OPERATIONS 1.

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it is possible to practice Army Common BTS within the rubric of other BTS. A number of the Army Common BTS are applicable at multiple levels and are identified in the first section of this Chapter. an exceptional case determined by a commander’s mission analysis where Army Common BTS will be confirmed formally as opposed to an important gateway step that is confirmed informally. however. Army Common BTS form the foundation of all Army collective training. It is. While they may be assigned.Battle Task Standards CHAPTER 2 ARMY COMMON BTS 1. 2. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 3 .

B-GL-300-003/FP-000 Command 1. understood and reacted to by the element. Preparations are completed in a timely and effective manner. The following elements of battle procedure should occur: a.Battle Task Standards COMMON AT LEVELS TWO THROUGH FOUR A02301000E / A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 6. c. Denied. d. and Rehearsals are conducted when time permits. TASK STANDARD: The element prepares itself to achieve its assigned and implied tasks. Concurrent activity and anticipation maximize the available time in preparation for the mission. b. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil 4 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . and Section sized element. Orders are delivered. The element is conducting tactical operations. A new mission is received requiring the element to prepare a warning order and orders. Situation. CONDITIONS: a. Nil. 2. b. Necessary Criteria 1. Given: (1) (2) c. Coordination and liaison as required. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher.

considering the number of aircraft and type of activity to be conducted. The element moves to. enemy situation. secures and marks the HLS IAW ref A and sends a HELLSREP IAW ref B. airmobile. Battle Procedure is carried out IAW BTS A02301000E / A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Given: (1) (2) c. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher that include timings.Army Common BTS A02303097S / A03403097S / A04603097S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A HELICOPTER LANDING SITE LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: All References: A. air assault. logistic airlift. 2. concealment. and Required equipment. or establishing a Forward Arming and Refuelling Point (FARP). Nil.09 B. B-GA-443-001 1 Wing USOP 1. establishes and controls a HLS in support of helicopter operations.06 to TAM 303. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 5 . CONDITIONS: a. Necessary Criteria 1. 3.03. 2. TAM 303. Denied. These operations may include MEDEVAC. the size of the HLS and holding areas required. reconnaissance. Situation. The element conducts a recce of potential locations to determine suitability of ground. in and out routes. b. communications. WUSOP 705. TASK STANDARD: The element locates. B-GL-332-001-FP-001—VOL2 (TAM). and OPSEC requirements. The element is conducting tactical operations and is required to establish an area for day and/or night HELICOPTER operations.

Under control. and Denied. sub-elements take successive positions of fire and observation to the rear. 3. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 6 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The element moves to the final RV and executes a local defence IAW BTS A02304174E / A03404174E / A04604174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE followed by reorganization IAW BTS A02305301E / A03405301E / A04605301E EXECUTE REORGANIZATION. 2. CONDITIONS: a. Nil. The element is either moving or stationary when the enemy engages them. Situation. All movement is to be covered by fire or concealment. TASK STANDARD: The element will control the break of contact and move to where the enemy cannot observe. 5. Control is maintained. The element directs suppressive fire onto the enemy. Given. 6. A sub-element will disengage on order. Necessary Criteria 1. Orders from one level of command higher. or engage them with direct fire weapons. 4. 2. away from the enemy contact. b. c.Battle Task Standards A02353140E / A03453140E / A04653140E EXECUTE A BREAK OF CONTACT LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: Transitional Reference: Nil 1. The element is ordered to break contact.

The element may have integral clearance assets. Given: (1) (2) c. Section 2. CONDITIONS: a. Part 1. Scatterable mines (SM) impact on or around the element or the element discovers that it has moved into a pre-existing minefield. 4. and Subordinates. Once extracted from the contaminated area. Information is passed to the next higher HQ by means of an OBSREP. Situation. Extraction routes (safe lanes) to a safe area are cleared of mines as and UXOs required IAW refs. 2. Orders from one level of command higher. 3. The presence of mines and UXOs is identified and all other element personnel are informed. the element reorganizes IAW BTS A02305301E / A03405301E / A04605301E EXECUTE REORGANIZATION. b. TASK STANDARD: The element extracts itself from the minefield / UXO Contaminated area as rapidly as possible in a coordinated manner while preserving combat power. 2. Threat of enemy direct fire. B-GL-361-009/FP-001 Mines & Booby Traps. The element follows up with a SITREP. B-GL-361-021/FP-001 Mobility Support—Route and Area Clearance 1. Visibility conditions may range from good to poor. Chapter 6. Chapter 5. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 7 . All Arms B.Army Common BTS A02304176E / A03404176E / A04604176E EXECUTE SELF-EXTRACTION FROM MINEFIELD / UXO CONTAMINATED AREA LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: All References: A. Denied. Necessary Criteria 1.

2. Once extracted. 3. OPFOR initiates an ambush against the element. The element sends a CONTACT report to higher and follows with a SITREP or EODINCREP as required IAW ref. the element extracts itself from the immediate ambush site IAW ref. 2. The element receives and responds to orders from its next higher HQ. mounted in their vehicles and executing their assigned mission IAW Orders. Denied.Battle Task Standards A02304177E / A03404177E / A04604177E RESPOND TO AN AMBUSH / IED STRIKE LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 2. the element reorganizes IAW BTS A02305301E / A03405301E / A04605301E EXECUTE REORGANIZATION. 5. Functional BTS: A02304180E / A03404180E / A04604180E REACT TO DIRECT FIRE Remarks 8 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . CONDITIONS: a. The element is tactically deployed. TASK STANDARD: The element extracts itself from the immediate ambush site in a coordinated manner while preserving combat power. Situation. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. B-GL-392-008/FP-001 Ambush and Counter-Ambush 1. Necessary Criteria 1. and Subordinates. 4. Nil. Orders from one level of command higher. b. to include the open fire policy OPFOR. In a coordinated manner. The element responds to the contact by returning suppressive fire.

Army Common BTS A02334178S / A03434178S / A04634178S LAY AND LIFT PROTECTIVE MINEFIELD LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: Defensive Operations Reference: Chapter 5. c. DND 2147 Protective Minefield Record and DND 2109 Minefield Completion Report. Nil. 2. Local protection is being provided by a different element of the sub-unit / unit. B-GL-320-010/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps. Necessary Criteria 1. including: (a) (b) (c) (2) (3) location. There are no friendly casualties from a failure to observe mine safety during laying or lifting. Denied. CONDITIONS: a. The element arrives at the minefield location with the required stores and hand tools necessary to lay the B-GL-383-002/PS-002 9 Remarks . b. and The required mines and minefield fencing stores dumped on the battle position. TASK STANDARD: The minefield is laid and marked within the time allocated or. All Arms 1. Situation. Subordinates. with emphasis on the following points: a. and timings commensurate with environmental conditions. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Part 1. The element is conducting operations in a tactical environment and has been ordered to lay a protective minefield. b. minefield design. the minefield is lifted within the time allocated. All mines can be located using the minefield record. Mine laying and fencing parties are assigned and tasks are clearly identified. The element conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E / A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE.

The element lays the mines IAW the standards outlined in the reference. and repacked. 4. The element conducts periodic inspections of the minefield to determine if there has been any interference caused by enemy action. is destroyed. gaps/lanes. cleaned. If the position is to be abandoned and the minefield has not been previously fenced / marked. routes. Fencing is removed if present. as applicable. 8. The mines are disarmed. a DND 2109 Minefield Completion Report (which doubles as the minefield record) may be completed in lieu of a Protective Minefield Record. The minefield is set out according to the pattern of laying to be employed. Reference points. 6. If ordered. Rehearsals have been conducted on laying out and arming/disarming procedures. The element lifts the protective minefield using the minefield record and / or a mine detector. and known to all members of the element. The DND 2147 Protective Minefield Record or DND 2109 Minefield Completion Report. Remarks 2. Any damage to perimeter fencing and marking is repaired. marked.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria minefield. then the minefield is fenced / marked prior to final abandonment. 7. perimeter fencing is erected. The fence must be at least 15 meters from the nearest mine or row marker and be marked with mine signs no more than 50 meters apart. A DND 2147 Protective Minefield Record is completed IAW the instructions on the reverse side of the form. and row markers are identified. The fencing party must keep ahead of the leading mine laying party at all times. Enemy interference is reported to higher. artillery. If the minefield is of sufficient size and complexity. animals or weather. 5. 3. Functional BTS: Nil 10 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . and c.

Once extracted from the contaminated area. 2. Scatterable mines (SM) impact on or around the element or the element discovers that it has moved into a pre-existing minefield. Information is passed to the next higher HQ by means of an OBSREP. Threat of enemy direct fire. b. Given: (1) (2) c. The element follows up with a SITREP. 4. CONDITIONS: a. and Subordinates. Section 2.Army Common BTS A02304176E / A03404176E / A04604176E EXECUTE SELF-EXTRACTION FROM MINEFIELD / UXO CONTAMINATED AREA LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: All References: A. Situation. 3. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 11 . Necessary Criteria 1. Part 1. Visibility conditions may range from good to poor. TASK STANDARD: The element extracts itself from the minefield / UXO Contaminated area as rapidly as possible in a coordinated manner while preserving combat power. Chapter 6. The element may have integral clearance assets. Denied. Orders from one level of command higher. Extraction routes (safe lanes) to a safe area are cleared of mines as and UXOs required IAW refs. B-GL-361-021/FP-001 Mobility Support—Route and Area Clearance 1. Chapter 5. 2. the element reorganizes IAW BTS A02305301E / A03405301E / A04605301E EXECUTE REORGANIZATION. All Arms B. B-GL-361-009/FP-001 Mines & Booby Traps. The presence of mines and UXOs is identified and all other element personnel are informed.

TASK STANDARD: The element extracts itself from the immediate ambush site in a coordinated manner while preserving combat power. 2. The element is tactically deployed. The element receives and responds to orders from its next higher HQ. Denied. the element reorganizes IAW BTS A02305301E / A03405301E / A04605301E EXECUTE REORGANIZATION. 3. In a coordinated manner. and Subordinates. 5. to include the open fire policy OPFOR. CONDITIONS: a. Nil. 4. the element extracts itself from the immediate ambush site IAW ref. Necessary Criteria 1. Once extracted. B-GL-392-008/FP-001 Ambush and Counter-Ambush 1. Situation. The element sends a CONTACT report to higher and follows with a SITREP or EODINCREP as required IAW ref. b. Functional BTS: A02304180E / A03404180E / A04604180E REACT TO DIRECT FIRE Remarks 12 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . OPFOR initiates an ambush against the element. mounted in their vehicles and executing their assigned mission IAW Orders. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Orders from one level of command higher.Battle Task Standards A02304177E / A03404177E / A04604177E RESPOND TO AN AMBUSH / IED STRIKE LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 2. 2. The element responds to the contact by returning suppressive fire.

and timings commensurate with environmental conditions.Army Common BTS A02334178S / A03434178S / A04634178S LAY AND LIFT PROTECTIVE MINEFIELD LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: Defensive Operations Reference: Chapter 5. Situation. All Arms 1. DND 2147 Protective Minefield Record and DND 2109 Minefield Completion Report. Nil. Denied. Local protection is being provided by a different element of the sub-unit / unit. Necessary Criteria 1. the minefield is lifted within the time allocated. Part 1. B-GL-320-010/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps. including: (a) (b) (c) (2) (3) location. The element arrives at the minefield location with the B-GL-383-002/PS-002 13 Remarks . b. There are no friendly casualties from a failure to observe mine safety during laying or lifting. CONDITIONS: a. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. minefield design. Subordinates. All mines can be located using the minefield record. Mine laying and fencing parties are assigned and tasks are clearly identified. with emphasis on the following points: a. 2. The element conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E / A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The element is conducting operations in a tactical environment and has been ordered to lay a protective minefield. c. TASK STANDARD: The minefield is laid and marked within the time allocated or. b. and The required mines and minefield fencing stores dumped on the battle position.

The fencing party must keep ahead of the leading mine laying party at all times. cleaned. 3. Remarks 2. 7. The mines are disarmed. routes. If the position is to be abandoned and the minefield has not been previously fenced / marked. Reference points. The element lifts the protective minefield using the minefield record and / or a mine detector. and row markers are identified. artillery. Fencing is removed if present.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria required stores and hand tools necessary to lay the minefield. animals or weather. 8. Functional BTS: Nil 14 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The element conducts periodic inspections of the minefield to determine if there has been any interference caused by enemy action. as applicable. 6. then the minefield is fenced / marked prior to final abandonment. Enemy interference is reported to higher. a DND 2109 Minefield Completion Report (which doubles as the minefield record) may be completed in lieu of a Protective Minefield Record. and known to all members of the element. The DND 2147 Protective Minefield Record or DND 2109 Minefield Completion Report. The element lays the mines IAW the standards outlined in the reference. perimeter fencing is erected. and c. and repacked. If the minefield is of sufficient size and complexity. The fence must be at least 15 meters from the nearest mine or row marker and be marked with mine signs no more than 50 meters apart. The minefield is set out according to the pattern of laying to be employed. Any damage to perimeter fencing and marking is repaired. A DND 2147 Protective Minefield Record is completed IAW the instructions on the reverse side of the form. If ordered. gaps/lanes. is destroyed. 4. Rehearsals have been conducted on laying out and arming/disarming procedures. 5. marked.

1. Honours. TASK STANDARD: The logistical and personal administration necessary to promote the moral cohesion and operational capability of the element occurs. Necessary Criteria 1. 2. Sections 1-4. and States are passed to the next higher level. and/or advances. 5. 8. B. Replacements/new personnel/personnel returning to duty are received and are acclimatized/indoctrinated. Personnel rest. exchanged. There is a pause in the activity being undertaken and a reduction in the direct threat to the element sufficient to allow administration to occur. 9. Clothing and personal equipment is issued. Routine and preventative medical care occurs. if not immediately satisfied.Army Common BTS A02305300E / A03405300E / A04605300E EXECUTE ADMINISTRATION LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: All References: A. Demands. Replenishment and/or redistribution of supplies occur. repaired and/or cleaned. 7. Feeding takes place. and Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 15 . Personal administration occurs (may include activities such as those related to): a. Paragraph 27. Nil. 6. b. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. b. Pay. Situation. 3. Equipment is inspected and maintained. Given. 4.Chapter 1. 2. awards and promotion. Access to the supporting framework of the next higher command (real or simulated). c. Chapter 9. CONDITIONS: a. and Denied. B-GL-300-004/FP-001 Land Force Sustainment.

Communications with others external to the element (including mail. e-mail.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria c. voice). Reorganization takes place IAW BTS A02305301E / A03405301E / A04605301E EXECUTE REORGANIZATION. Remarks 10. Functional BTS: Nil 16 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

Any information of immediate tactical importance is reported to higher HQ. C. 2. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. TAM 811. Nil. B.Army Common BTS COMMON AT LEVELS TWO TO SIX A02302043E / A03402043E / A04602043E / A06702043E HANDLE PWS/DETAINEES/PIFWC LEVEL: 2 to 6 PHASE: All References: A. PW/Detainees/PIFWC with Documents. PW/Detainees/PIFWCs are segregated at all times IAW refs and silence is enforced.53. b. TASK STANDARD: PWs and/or civilian detainees are handled and processed so that they are not allowed to disrupt or halt the elements mission. 1. The element is conducting tactical operations and has captured enemy personnel or taken civilian detainees into custody. Necessary Criteria 1. Chapter 3. Situation. They are treated humanely according to their rights under international law and are evacuated from danger as soon as possible. Detainees and Interrogation and Tactical Questioning in International Operations.52 and TAM 811. and Fighting Order as required. 3. B-GG-005-027/AF-020 The Law of Armed Conflict at the Operational and Tactical Level. 2. PW/Detainees/PIFWCs are searched IAW refs. Denied. Weapons. Orders from one level of command higher that include action to be taken when dealing with Prisoners of War (PW) and detainees. and Full fighting order and personal weapon. No physical or mental coercion is used to secure information. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 17 . B-GL-332-012/FP-001 Military Police—Insert. CONDITIONS: a. B-GJ-005-110/FP-020 Prisoner of War Handling.

5. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 18 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . strength or future operations. All PW/Detainees/PIFWCs are restricted from areas where they could obtain information on the element’s mission. PW/Detainees/PIFWCs are moved to the next rearward PW facility.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 4.

cross-country or by using a combination of both. Warning. 2. Section 5. or incidents such as an IED attack or an ambush. 19 . 1 Fieldcraft. Nil. and Orders from one level of command higher. 2. but contact is possible. combat ID. marking conventions. suspected OPFOR positions. Necessary Criteria 1. TASK STANDARD: While moving IAW orders. Situation. lead B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks Locating an IED should lead to BTS associated with preblast response to IEDs. b. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. B-GL-392-009/FP-001 Military Training Vol. B. Chapter 2. If this is not available. The route along which the element is to move has not been secured by any other force. The element takes appropriate action at halts IAW BTS A02304174E / A03404174E / A04604174E / A06704174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. 1. 3. The element is not in contact. Given: (1) (2) c. OPFOR. formations and positioning of key weapon systems to maintain security. the element adopts the following procedure: a. Chapter 5. The element comd attempts to gain as much information about the obstacle as early as possible through higher reconnaissance. Chapter 3. Denied. the element minimizes exposure to OPFOR and maintains security. The element may be operating as part of a larger force and has been ordered to move by road. Upon encountering obstacles.Army Common BTS A02303141E / A03403141E / A04603141E / A06703141E MOVE TACTICALLY LEVEL: 2 to 6 PHASE: All References: A. and Sections 5-6. The element makes best use of the terrain to minimize exposure to OPFOR and uses the most effective movement type. CONDITIONS: a.

the element moves into positions of fire and observation. Security. is employed on suspected enemy positions. if authorized and appropriate. 5. The element reacts to orders. Speculative fire. The element comd performs a combat estimate and makes a plan. Remarks c. The element comd moves into a position to observe the obstacle and surrounding area. d.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria elements report the obstacle. Maximum use is made of available sensors to observe the obstacle and surrounding terrain. b. Functional BTS: Nil 20 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Under cover. 4. Plan. The element communicates route progress and all relevant information by way of a SITREP to its higher HQ. Reconnaissance.

6. B. Nil. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 21 Remarks . 2. The element is tactically deployed carrying out normal duties IAW their assigned mission. c. e. C. TASK STANDARD: The element prevents OPFOR from learning its strength. and Current cryptographic material list. Prohibit fraternization with civilians. and 9. b. Controls access to the area. as applicable. 1. B-GL-364-001/FP-001 Land Force Counter-Surveillance. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. B-GL-332-001/FP-001 Unit Standard Operating Procedures. Orders from one level of command higher. d. OPFOR. to include STANO and Counter-surveillance instruction. CONDITIONS: a. 7.Army Common BTS A02304042E / A03404042E / A04604042E / A06704042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC LEVEL: 2 to 6 PHASE: All References: A. USOP 203. Denied. 8. b. disposition and intentions. 3. The element complies with security measures: a. Maps contain minimal details on friendly units. Situation. Conduct deployment preparations so as to minimize detection.02. Restrict information to a need to know basis while maintaining a Situational Awareness. Chapters 2. CEOI. Necessary Criteria 1. B-GL 309-003/FP-001 Section and Platoon in Battle.

4. b. g. The element employs communications security procedures. and Sanitize all areas and positions before departure. Functional BTS: Nil 22 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . including. c. COMSEC. and light. Remarks 2. Complies with ordered security measures. Personnel do not carry details of military activities in personal belongings (letters. 3. including prohibiting the use of unauthorized means of communication. At the unit level. the element: a. noise and EMCON discipline. IAW the tactical situation and Orders. Evaluates the threat and develops supplemental OPSEC measures if necessary.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria f. STANO and Countersurveillance instructions. The element employs local security measures IAW BTS A02304174E / A03404174E / A04604174E / A06704174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. and Integrates OPSEC instructions in unit plans and /or disseminates them to subordinate elements. 5. but not limited to. track. diaries. the element maintains camouflage and concealment. etc). photographs.

Priority of denial. Remarks c. All members of the element must know which equipments and supplies are not to be destroyed for they are protected under the Laws of Armed Conflict (eg. The element is ordered to deny future use of the equipment and supplies to the enemy. Situation. CONDITIONS: a.Army Common BTS A02354167S / A03454167S / A04654167S / A06754167S DENY EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES LEVEL: 2 to 6 PHASE: Transitional References: Nil 1. All members of the element must know the priorities. and abandoning equipment and supplies which they cannot remove. Given (1) (2) Equipment and Supplies. Denied. There are no injuries to friendly personnel. Subordinates. Friendly forces are evacuating their positions. medical supplies). b. Nil. and methods of denial. b. If explosives are to be used. including: (a) (b) (3) c. TASK STANDARD: The element denies equipment and supplies IAW orders within the time allocated. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 23 . with emphasis on the following points: a. extent. The element conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E / A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. rehearsals are conducted. 2. and Timings commensurate with environmental conditions. Orders from one level of command higher. Necessary Criteria 1.

The element destroys or disables equipment / supplies IAW the technical procedures established for each type of equipment IAW the issued order of priority. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 24 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 3.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 2. The element sends a SITREP to its next higher HQ upon task completion. Protected materials are not destroyed and no casualities occur to friendly personnel.

d. Both hostile and friendly aircraft are operating in the area. The element is tactically deployed conducting operations. Remarks b. Air attack alarms are established. promulgated and rehearsed and the element promulgates all enemy and unidentified aircraft actions. the element holds fire to avoid B-GL-383-002/PS-002 25 . All available resources are used (camouflage. All Arms Air Defence. Necessary Criteria 1. TASK STANDARD: The element employs passive All Arms Air Defence (AAAD) measures to prevent detection and surprise. Given: (1) (2) c. 2. c. concealment. cover. Orders from one level of command higher to include the air threat. and as a last resort (when passive measures fail) employs active AAAD measures IAW orders. 1. and Air sentries are employed. and Subordinates. CONDITIONS: a. and the AD warning conditions. AAAD is employed through the following: a. b. e. Nil. B-GL-318-017/PT-000.Army Common BTS A02304168E / A03404168E / A04604168E / A06704168E EXECUTE ALL ARMS AIR DEFENCE LEVEL: 2 to 6 PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 2. Passive defence—if undetected. dispersion. etc) to hide elements and limit vulnerability. 2. Weapon control status is promulgated and understood. Situation. Weapon Control Orders. Denied. Immediate action drills upon sighting enemy or unidentified aircraft are established and rehearsed.

Active defence—if attacked. the element engages immediately with all available weapons within effective ranges.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria revealing its position. 3. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 26 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

TASK STANDARD: By utilizing emplacements. the terrain. Integral mutual support is evident.Army Common BTS A02304174E / A03404174E / A04604174E / A06704174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE LEVEL: 2 to 6 PHASE: All References: A. the defensive characteristics of their vehicles and weapon systems the element adapts a defensive posture. Necessary Criteria 1. b. concealment and deception measures are adapted to the situation and enemy threat. Potential hostile action. 1. 4. CONDITIONS: a. Camouflage. An integral reserve capability is employed. The element is static in. Sections 2-3 and 5-6. 5. an area in which there is a threat of an attack. Denied. B. obstacles. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. and Sufficient personnel and equipment to remain combat effective. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Chapter 6. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. Situation. or moving through. 2. 3. Arcs of fire and/or observation are focussed on the enemy threat. 2. Offensive actions are carried out. At least one subordinate level of command. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 27 . B-GL 309-003/FP-001 Section and Platoon in Battle. The element is denied any external support.

CF Operations for NBCD in Operations B-GG-005-004/AF-011 (Book 2 of 2). C. Given: (1) (2) c. Necessary Criteria 1. 3. Unit Standing Operating Procedures and Tactical Aide-Memoire B-GL-332-001/FP-001. TASK STANDARD: The element completes immediate decontamination procedures in a timely manner.01.e. 07 & 08 and TAM 504. clothing. Success is achieved when the element has been deemed ready for further action or for a thorough decontamination. chemical or biological agents had been issued and the element’s monitoring devices and sentries have been activated. 2. CONDITIONS: a. A warning of the use of radiological. Ensure dispersal of contaminant has ceased and that personnel are appropriately protected e. Upon order. Timing for this event is dependant upon the configuration of the element (dismounted. 2. and stores and equipment for decontamination from radiological. Denied.g. Situation. the removal of contaminants from the body. B.06. MOPP 1 or higher states of NBC readiness have been ordered. its vehicles. everyone including wounded is wearing the IPE. CF Operations for NBCD in Operations B-GG-005-004/AF-011 (Book 1 of 2). or mixed). depth of the contaminated area and direction given by the higher comd. The element will prepare its personnel. mounted. b. the element completes operational decontamination. D. USOP 501. 1. 28 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . Upon order personnel begin immediate decontamination. personal equipment and personal weapon. and Own decontamination equipment only. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). chemical or biological agents. terrain and weather. Additional resources. i.Battle Task Standards A02304175S / A03404175S / A04604175S / A06704175S EXECUTE IMMEDIATE AND OPERATIONAL DECONTAMINATION LEVEL: 2 to 6 PHASE: All References: A.

7.Army Common BTS Necessary Criteria 4. 6. the removal of contaminants from the commonly used areas of vehicles. 5. Discarded cleaning materials and water run off should be contained and properly disposed of. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 29 . i.g. e. Upon order personnel begin operational decontamination. In either situation every effort must be taken to prevent the spread of contamination.e. The contaminated area is signed. Immediate decontamination of the wounded occurs. turret mounted main armament. equipment and crew served weapons.

Alerting the next higher element of the direction of the enemy by sending a CONTACT Report (if necessary). b. CONDITIONS: a. Immediately returning fire to destroy or suppress the enemy and taking up the nearest covered positions. Given: (1) (2) c. Nil. f. The element is either moving or stationary and receives fire from enemy individual or crew-served weapons. 30 . Necessary Criteria Remarks 1.Battle Task Standards A02304180E / A03404180E / A04604180E / A06704180E REACT TO DIRECT FIRE LEVEL: 2 to 6 PHASE: All Reference: Nil 1. Locating and engaging known or suspected enemy positions IAW BTS A0223078E ENGAGE TARGETS WITH INTEGRAL WEAPONS SYSTEMS. 2. TASK STANDARD: The element takes action to defend against direct fire IAW orders. The element comes under direct enemy fire and takes action by: a. Manoeuvring to engage and destroy or neutralize the enemy threat through the use of direct fire assets and the coordination of indirect fire assets IAW orders. Situation. Orders from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness information. c. b. e. and Withdrawing from the enemy through the use of direct B-GL-383-002/PS-002 d. OPFOR with Direct Fire weapons. Identifying the enemy location to the remainder of the element. Denied.

Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 31 .Army Common BTS Necessary Criteria fire assets and the coordination of indirect fire assets if ordered.

The element is either moving or stationary and receives fire from enemy indirect weapons.Battle Task Standards A02304181E / A03404181E / A04604181E / A06704181E REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE LEVEL: 2 to 6 PHASE: All References: USOP 704. 32 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . based on the enemy’s expected use of chemical weapons. 2. Personnel take action within the vehicle to protect themselves. 1. Situation. Given. TASK STANDARD: The element takes action to defend against indirect fire IAW orders. Nil. Orders from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness information. Necessary Criteria 1. if mounted. B-GL-332-001/FP-001. Denied.12. If stationary the element: (1) Personnel take action to protect themselves within vehicles. The element observes indirect enemy fire and takes action: a. and type of rounds impacting. or take cover in trenches or shellscrapes. b. Remarks (4) (5) b. Moves out of impact area. If moving the element: (1) (2) (3) Executes evasive action to avoid impact. Reports and returns are sent IAW ref. Unit SOP. CONDITIONS a. c. NBC Masking takes place if warranted.

and Reports and returns are sent IAW ref. Remarks (3) c. based on the enemy’s expected use of chemical weapons. If the mission does not permit. If indirect fire is effectively suppressing the element: (1) (2) If the mission permits. and type of rounds impacting. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 33 .Army Common BTS Necessary Criteria (2) NBC Masking takes place if warranted. the element adopts covered positions and continues with the mission. the element moves out of the impact area to adequate cover.

Casualty and equipment replacements. Casualties are treated and evacuated along the casualty chain. b. a. Necessary Criteria Remarks 1. b. A pause in activity sufficient to achieve the required organization. CONDITIONS: a. The element has concluded a mission or task and is required to reorganize. 2. and Sufficient personnel and equipment to remain combat effective. PW/Detainees are handled IAW BTS A02302043E / A03402043E / A04602043E HANDLE PWS/DETAINEES/PIFWC. Local security measures are taken. Orders from one level of command higher. Regrouping of personnel and equipment takes place. TASK STANDARD: Reorganization restores the element to combat effectiveness. Internal redistribution of Combat Supplies and specialist equipment takes place. 2. Denied. Functional BTS: Nil 34 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Situation. At least one subordinate level of command.Battle Task Standards A02305301E / A03405301E / A04605301E / A06705301E EXECUTE REORGANIZATION LEVEL: 2 to 6 PHASE: All References: Nil 1. a. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c.

Situation. TASK STANDARD: Casualties are treated and evacuated through the casualty evacuation chain as detailed in Orders without causing additional injury. Nil. The element must initiate communications with the higher HQ to warn the evacuation chain. Section 5. The element must provide security of the casualty site. Denied. CONDITIONS: a. The Unit establishes a casualty collection point or UMS.Army Common BTS A02305302E / A03405302E / A04605302E / A06705302E TREAT AND EVACUATE CASUALTIES LEVEL: 2 to 6 PHASE: All References: A. 2. b. Casualties are collected from the sub-units and triaged for treatment and/or evacuation at the UMS. Chapter 9. Given: (1) (2) c. B-GL-332-001/FP-001. and Access to a Med A. The element is tactically deployed and has sustained casualties requiring treatment and evacuation. The element ensures that the Med A has all relevant casualty medical information upon arrival at the casualty site/CCP to commence the evacuation chain. 1. 6. The element must provide immediate first aid and should determine which casualties are most seriously ill or injured. B. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 35 . 5. Unit Standing Operating Procedures and Tactical Aide-Memoire. Orders from one level of command higher that includes the casualty evacuation chain. 4. USOP 605. The unit’s medical assistants (MA) are available to provide emergency medical treatment and evacuation.04. (The element shall treat enemy casualties IAW the Geneva Conventions.03 and 605.) 3. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations.03 and TAM 605. Necessary Criteria 1. 2.

Enemy threats include: attack with indirect fire. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks g. 1. f. Vehicles switched off individually as required. or assembly area within the time allocated in orders and without breaching OPSEC. harbour or hide in preparation for combat operations. Guide leads assigned elements to position using the in route and following the track plan. Vehicles are individually positioned to allow a forward exit as required. Orders to occupy a suitable location. CONDITIONS: a.Battle Task Standards COMMON AT LEVELS THREE AND FOUR A03404182E / A04604182E OCCUPY AN HIDE/HARBOUR/ASSEMBLY AREA LEVEL: 3 to 4 Reference: USOP 305. there is a period of two minutes absolute silence while everyone watches and listens as required. B-GL-332-001/FP-002 Unit Standing Operating Procedures and Tactical Aide Memoire. After the last vehicle has been switched off. and Gunnery systems are switched off as necessary as required. Meets guide at RV. b. c. harbour. Situation. heaters and lights are turned off as required. Given. TASK STANDARD: The element completes preparations and occupies to the hide. Denied. Necessary Criteria 1. e. c. The element: a. 2. CAS or by forces up to a platoon size. d. Nil. The element has been given the order to move and occupy an assembly area. 36 . Radio speakers. b.

j. g. Orders are issued that detail the arcs of responsibility. h. Routes and track plan. Location of proposed elements crash RV’s. c. Administrative details . The element’s arc of responsibility. e. f. d. Location of tactical and chemical sentries. and Requirement for camouflage. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 37 . b. Location of HQ and flanking elements.Army Common BTS Necessary Criteria 2.kitchen. locations of security elements. i. latrines etc. The subordinate element commanders report to their element comd 45 minutes IAW ref. and crash RVs. The Guide briefs the element comd on the following: a. The element carries out Hide/Harbour routine IAW ref.

2. The element will execute a crash on order in the following manner: a. TASK STANDARD: The element must execute a crash of their occupied assembly area. B-GL-332-001/FP-002 Unit Standing Operating Procedures and Tactical Aide Memoire. Elements move directly to pre-selected crash RVs IAW orders and confirm all vehicles and personnel accounted for. c. b. Functional BTS: Nil 38 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . d. Remarks e. and Unit SOP. Given: (1) (2) c.Battle Task Standards A03404183E / A04604183E EXECUTE CRASH OF HIDE/HARBOUR/ASSEMBLY AREA LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: USOP 305. and On order from the next higher level of command. The element has been given the order to crash the assembly area. hide or harbour IAW the orders issued by the element comd. 1. Denied. harbour or hide location that they are occupying due to detection or attack by enemy forces. Elements exit as rapidly as safety permits. Necessary Criteria 1. b. Sentries returns to their vehicles or element when called in. Situation. Orders from one level of command higher. Mounted crews mount and start up immediately. Nil. CONDITIONS: a. the elements move to the next higher HQ RV and adopt an all around defence IAW SOP. while ensuring that all vehicles arrive at the alternate crash RV.

Maintains convoy discipline. c. Warning Order or Orders from one level of command higher. the element: a. and Movement control along the route is provided from unit resources or higher HQ. and Subsequent tasks. 1. Plans a road move. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. Completes preparations prior to the move. Subordinate elements. Necessary Criteria 1. Functional BTS: A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE A06701000E EXECUTE OPP B-GL-383-002/PS-002 39 . and Coordinates arrival at the new destination. mines or ambushes. 4. 2. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. B. d. TASK STANDARD: The element executes a road move and arrives on time at the required location prepared for subsequent tasks. An element has been directed to move by road.Army Common BTS COMMON AT LEVELS THREE TO SIX A03403142E / A04603142E / A06703142E EXECUTE ROAD MOVEMENT LEVEL: 3 to 6 PHASE: All References: A. Moves to the new location IAW assigned timings. Chapter 3. Denied. b. B-GJ-005-404/FP-030 Movement Support Road. 8. Nil. Remarks Other Army Common BTS apply to actions taken to defend the convoy against attacks. IAW refs. b. e. B-GL-332-001/FP-001 Vol 1 Unit SOP (Unit SOP). USOP 305 and 601.

the element conducts liaison IAW the following principles: a. 40 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Necessary Criteria 1. Part 1. The element is operating in an environment where liaison must be conducted as part of the planning and execution of a mission. b. Staff from at least one level of command higher. Reciprocity. where appropriate. Supporting to supported. B-GL-333-001/FP-001 Formation SOP. 2. as indicated above. 2. CONDITIONS: a. TASK STANDARD: The element conducts liaison during the ongoing preparations and actions to achieve the current mission and future operations. 1. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Higher to lower.Battle Task Standards COMMON AT LEVELS FOUR AND SIX A04601098E / A06701098S EXECUTE LIAISON LEVEL: 4 to 6 PHASE: All Reference: FSOP 106. Situation. Liaison must make a successful contribution to Situational Awareness. and A coordinating element with which to perform the liaison. Warning Order and Orders from at least one level of command higher. Remarks If liaison is broken then it must be re-established. then: (1) (2) (3) c. Additional Resources. If not reciprocal. b. Left to Right. Denied. IAW ref.

Remarks Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 41 . Liaison is conducted through coordination or contact point where required as well as dedicated liaison officers.Army Common BTS Necessary Criteria 3.

” Dispatches. Vol 1 Fieldcraft. c. Situation. Remarks 2. B. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness information. D. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. 2. All available fire is synchronized to achieve the desired 42 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 1 (March 2005). Vol. Given: (1) (2) c. B-GL-392-009/FP-000 Military Training. No. and Establishes recorded targets on likely enemy approaches. Targets (Live) or OPFOR (WES / Dry). This BTS will likely be achieved within the context of other BTS. d. C. Planned in depth for all ranges and integral weapons systems. Coordinated with higher HQ. “FRATRICIDE. Nil. Integrated with flanking units.Battle Task Standards SECTION / CREW / DETACHMENT / PATROL / AIRCRAFT A02203078E ENGAGE TARGETS WITH INTEGRAL WEAPON SYSTEMS LEVEL: 2 (Section / Crew / Detachment / Patrol / Aircraft) PHASE: All References: A. CONDITIONS: a. The element executes the direct fire plan and ensures the following: a. The element develops and confirms a direct fire plan which is: a. COMBAT ID. TASK STANDARD: The element employs its direct fire assets in an effective and coordinated manner in support of the mission. Necessary Criteria 1. 1. Section 5. 11. Denied. Chapter 2. b. b. Army Standing Operating Procedures (ASOP) 412. Chapter 3.

or the desired target effects are achieved.Army Common BTS Necessary Criteria result. Remarks 3. c. The element successfully achieves the engagement time and accuracy standards in accordance with references as applicable. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 43 . b. and Fire and shift fire as required until: (1) (2) (3) ordered to cease the engagement. or the enemy withdraws out of range. Target priorities are adjusted as the battle progresses.

Remarks 5. A warning order and orders from the next higher level of command. c. 3. 2. The element is organized to operate the roadblock / checkpoint on a continuous basis. Continuous operations (day and night) are envisioned. B. The element selects the roadblock/ checkpoint site IAW the higher comd’s plan. The element maintains security IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Functional BTS: Nil 44 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The element continually improves the roadblock / checkpoint as the time and situation permits. 1. b. and A02203078E ENGAGE TARGETS WITH INTEGRAL WEAPONS. Situation. A02304181E REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE. 2. c. Denied. CONDITIONS: a. Necessary Criteria 1. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide To Urban Operations. The element receives an order to establish a roadblock / checkpoint. Infantry School TTP—CHECK POINTS. TASK STANDARD: The element establishes and operates a roadblock or checkpoint in accordance with the will of its comd. Nil. b. The element reacts to disruptions or hostile actions IAW the following BTS: a. 4. 6. Civilian population and vehicles are in the area of operation. Chapter 7.Battle Task Standards A02374064E ESTABLISH A ROADBLOCK / CHECKPOINT Level: 2 (Section / Crew / Detachment / Patrol / Aircraft) PHASE: OOTW References: A. The element keeps the enemy off balance by moving the roadblock / checkpoint. A02304180E REACT TO DIRECT FIRE. Given. if the situation permits.

1. TASK STANDARD: The element executes the call for fire and adjusts the fire as required in order to achieve the desired effect on the target.02. Nil. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 45 . The element provides a SITREP upon completion of the fire support. Situation. 2.Army Common BTS PLATOON / TROOP / AIRCRAFT SECTION A03403049E EXECUTE CALL FOR FIRE LEVEL: 3 (Platoon / Troop / Aircraft Section) PHASE: All Reference: TAM 401. The element calls for fire IAW ref. in order to achieve a mission or task. Access to an Artillery net through a FED or through the command net. b. must call for fire support and no FED can observe the target directly. The element. CONDITIONS: a. B-GL-332-001/FP-001 Tactical Aide Memoire. and A suitable target. Denied. 2. 3. The element makes contact with the fire support element through a third party or directly. Necessary Criteria 1. Given: (1) (2) c.

B-GJ-005-311/FP-010 Nuclear. USOP 501. CONDITIONS: a. B-GL-361-006/FP-001.Battle Task Standards A03404328E CONSTRUCT COLLECTIVE NBC PROTECTION LEVEL: 3 (Platoon / Troop / Aircraft Section) PHASE: All References: A. Situation. (2) c. Unit Standing Operating Procedures and Tactical Aide-Memoire B-GL-332001/FP-001 1. The element conducts a reconnaissance to determine the number of liners required to accommodate the number of personnel specified in orders and confirms the suitability of the existing structure. C. 3. b. Chemical Defence Operations. The element ensures proper maintenance of the collective protection under simulated NBC attack. Following installation. the number of personnel to be protected. Nil. Remarks 46 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Required liners. the element occupies the shelter under NBC conditions.03. B. The element installs the liner(s) IAW manufacturer’s instructions. Given: (1) Orders from higher command include the structure location. installation tools and electrical generation equipment are available. 2. and the time by which installation is to be completed. Denied. Biological. TASK STANDARD: The element installs NBC collective protection IAW the manufacturer’s specifications within the time allotted in orders. The element occupies and maintains the collective protection under simulated NBC conditions. The element conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Field Protection. The element receives orders to install one or more prefabricated liners with integral ventilation / filtration system within an existing structure. 4. Necessary Criteria 1. Section 3. 2. Chapter 6.

The element submits task status and completion reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 47 .Army Common BTS Necessary Criteria 5.

Their sizes.Battle Task Standards COMPANY / SQUADRON / BATTERY / AVIATION FLIGHT A04601004E MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS LEVEL: 4 (Company / Squadron / Battery / Aviation Flight) PHASE: All Reference: Section 4. 2. an awareness of enemy force activities to their immediate front. and area of intelligence responsibility. The element is conducting tactical operations. Chapter 1. The element maintains a SA that is understood and disseminated throughout the element down to the lowest level. Their direction and rate of movement. Enemy forces oppose the element and are active throughout the area of interest. The effects of geomatics considerations on own and enemy troops are understood. TASK STANDARD: In maintaining Situational Awareness (SA) the element collects. Elements of Red Situational Awareness. Their types. their own and flanking forces. B-GL-300-005/FP-001 Information Operations. and an appreciation of the effects of enemy activity on the situation. and which includes: a. geomatic and operational reporting. CONDITIONS: a. c. flanks and rear. Nil. An awareness of current. develops and disseminates combat information and intelligence that allows the maintenance of awareness of their location in relation to the enemy. Orders from level of command higher that includes intelligence. specifically the following information pertaining to the adversary force: (1) (2) (3) (4) Their locations. Situation. b. area of influence. planned and future operations and locations of own troops is maintained. Remarks 48 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Given. 1. Denied. Necessary Criteria 1.

specifically their own elements: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Locations. specifically: (1) (2) Physical environment and its effect on friendly and enemy operations. higher staffs. c. SA is disseminated to commanders. Their activities. enabling all personnel to understand the battlefield in sufficient time and detail to employ their weapon systems effectively. Remarks Elements of Brown Situational Awareness. Sizes. Types. flanking and subordinate elements on a continuous basis in a timely fashion. and Socio-political situation and its effect on friendly and enemy operations. Combat effectiveness. Their combat effectiveness. Elements of Blue Situational Awareness. Direction and rates of movement. 2. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 49 . and Activities.Army Common BTS Necessary Criteria (5) (6) b.

f. 2. and Denied. c. Re-supply priorities are established based on the tactical situation and SOP. B-GL-312-011/FP-001 Personnel Administration in Battle.Battle Task Standards A04601186E COORDINATE INTEGRAL CSS LEVEL: 4 (Company / Squadron / Battery / Aviation Flight) PHASE: All References: A. Enemy contact is a possibility. B-GL-332-001/FP-001 Vol 2 Tactical Aide Memoire. CONDITIONS: a. 1. c. Fresh and hard rations are received in a timely fashion. d. All element vehicles are repaired or recovered as required. The element anticipates requirements. B. and personnel to carry out their assigned mission in a timely manner. Personnel resources are effectively managed and administered. Nil. Orders from one level of command higher. b. briefed and integrated. TAM 602-604. and effectively plans for and coordinates the provision of integral CSS. Provision of CSS must be coordinated at unit level. Given. Chapters 3 and 4. Situation. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks e. The element is conducting tactical operations. b. The element ensures that: a. All element land technical equipment is effectively maintained and supported. equipment. TASK STANDARD: All elements receive the necessary combat supplies. Necessary Criteria 1. Replenishment occurs as required. with new personnel received. The integral CSS element is conducting its primary support mission. 2. denying equipment to the enemy and conducting modifications to equipment as necessary. 50 .

spiritual requirements. pay. and recreational benefits are administered. Personnel records. leave.Army Common BTS Necessary Criteria g. Remarks h. and Emergency and supplementary CSS requirements are addressed IAW refs. postal services. service administrative requirements. Functional BTS: A04605300E EXECUTE ADMINISTRATION B-GL-383-002/PS-002 51 .

USOP 301.Battle Task Standards A04653139E EXECUTE WITHDRAWAL LEVEL: 4 (Company / Squadron / Battery / Aviation Flight) PHASE: Transitional References: A. The tactical situation is such that the higher comd has ordered the element to disengage from the enemy through the conduct of a withdrawal. The element is tactically deployed. executing their assigned mission IAW Orders and is in contact with the enemy. 1. The element conducts a reconnaissance. understands and promulgates the higher HQs withdrawal plan IAW the Orders. CONDITIONS: a. Given: (1) (2) c.02. 2. 3. and Subordinates. TASK STANDARD: The element executes a coordinated withdrawal in order to disengage from the enemy force IAW the will of the higher comd. Functional BTS: A04653140S EXECUTE A BREAK OF CONTACT Remarks 52 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Land Operations (Draft). The element receives. Necessary Criteria 1. Chapter 6. Orders from one level of command higher. B-GL-332-001/FP-001. the element reorganizes IAW BTS A04605301E CONDUCT REORGANIZATION. B. Upon termination of the withdrawal. 5. B-GL-300-001/FP-000. Denied. Unit SOP. b. The element disengages from contact with the enemy in a controlled and sequenced withdrawal IAW the plan. Nil. 6. The element maintains situational awareness IAW BTS A04601004E MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS. Situation. 2. 4. to include the open fire policy. The element establishes a reserve (If able to do so).

Situation. 1. its stores and equipment for entry into the contaminated area: a. B-GL-300-001/FP-001. Unit Standing Operating Procedures and Tactical Aide-Memoire. CF Operations for NBCD in Operations. Timing for this event is dependant upon the configuration of the element (dismounted. CF Operations for NBCD in Operations. 2. B-GG-005-004/AF-011 (Book 2 of 2). entry and exit sites. TASK STANDARD: The element successfully crosses the contaminated area. B. The element will prepare its personnel. USOP 501. Land Operations (Draft). and direction on action after exiting the area. b. b. Denied. C. Each element must cross the area in a time that is reasonably close to the timing created through a time appreciation. The element’s survey teams must deploy and monitor throughout the event. Given: (1) Orders from one level of command higher to include the details of contaminant. (2) c. depth of the contaminated area and direction given by the higher comd. chemical or biological contamination. A defined area marked as contaminated.01. size of contaminated area. Necessary Criteria 1. terrain and weather. mounted or mixed). D.06. Nil. This is done in a safe loc at least 500m from the contaminated area and out of the down wind plume. B-GG-005-004/AF-011 (Book 1 of 2). B-GL-332-001/FP-001. 07 & 08 and TAM 504. CONDITIONS: a. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 53 . its vehicles.Army Common BTS A04603179S CROSS A CONTAMINATED AREA LEVEL: 4 (Company / Squadron / Battery / Aviation Flight) PHASE: All References: A. The element is participating in a tactical operation and receives an order to cross an area contaminated by either radiological.

Upon exiting the area the element will either prepare for decontamination or for further operational action as per orders. Ensure navigation waypoints and report lines are used. g.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria c. Dispersion between vehicles and between personnel is increased if terrain permits. f. Upon exiting the area all applicable reports and returns shall be submitted. Remarks Functional BTS: A04604175S EXECUTE IMMEDIATE AND OPERATIONAL DECONTAMINATION 54 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . e. Movement follows the directed route. d.

Army Common BTS A04604184S PREPARE FOR NBC ATTACK LEVEL: 4 (Company / Squadron / Battery / Aviation Flight) PHASE: All References: A. Situation. Nuclear Strike. Sufficient Individual Protective Equipment (IPE). Upon receipt of warning of a nuclear strike. B.06. Unit Standing Operating Procedures and Tactical Aide-Memoire. Orders from one level of command higher that includes a current NBC threat. CF Operations for NBCD in Operations. B-GL-300-001/FP-001. Nil. B-GG-005-004/AF-011 (Book 1 of 2). The element has received warning of an imminent NBC attack or the risk of NBC attack is assessed as being high. B-GG-005-004/AF-011 (Book 2 of 2). the element: a. b. B-GL-332-001/FP-001. and Established quantities of serviceable NBC detection. Land Operations (Draft). CONDITIONS: a.01. C. CF Operations for NBCD in Operations. USOP 501. Remove and store all external flammable B-GL-383-002/PS-002 55 Remarks (2) . Given: (1) (2) (3) c. D. Performs the following general activities: (1) Move vehicles behind cover capable of deflecting blast effects. 07 & 08 and TAM 504. AFVs and APCs adopt positions with heaviest armour facing target area and with turrets reversed to protect armament and optics. 1. 2. TASK STANDARD: The element adopts appropriate protective measures to prevent or minimize personnel and vehicle/equipment casualties to the effects of weapons of mass destruction prior to the nuclear strike or chemical/biological attack. Necessary Criteria 1. Denied. survey and monitoring equipment.

Cover all vision devices. Food and water are topped up and consumption is controlled. d. close all doors. (3) (4) (5) (6) Disconnect all antennae and cables (inside and outside). B-GL-383-002/PS-002 56 . NBC sentries are posted. if available. Depending on the danger zone: (1) Minimum safe distance 1 (MSD1) – evacuates personnel from the zone or. and MSD2 to 3 – personnel cover exposed skin. Remarks b. Tests collective protection systems. (2) (3) 2.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria equipment. take cover and avoid nuclear flash. Chemical/biological attack. ensure that they are in closed AFVs or under 18” OHP. if evacuation is not possible or if the comd elects a higher degree of risk. and Shut off all emitters (or as many as possible) and engine and wait for a minimum of seven minutes after the explosion. c. g. e. f. Alarms. Operators of chemical detector kits and cam are alerted and equipment readiness is confirmed. ports and windows. The element prepares for a chemical/biological attack: a. Collective protection systems are tested. NBC survey teams are identified and briefed. hatches. b. MSD1 to 2 – personnel assume MOPP 3 mask and take cover. Personnel assume appropriate protective posture. are employed 150 to 400 metres upwind of the elements area.

Alarm signals are confirmed. m. resources and sites are prepared for use. n. i. Decontamination equipment. Weapons are covered or dispersed under foliage. are positioned for ready access. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 57 . j. Vehicles are parked in buildings. Non-essential tentage and canvas are taken down.Army Common BTS Necessary Criteria h. k. Communications equipment that is not sheltered is covered or protected from contamination. l. and The element reports its state of readiness iaw orders/SOP. q. under bushes or covered. particularly filters. o. Important items of ammo/equipment/food are covered or kept in canisters/containers. Replacement IPE and equipment. woods. Preparations are made to treat and evacuate NBC casualties. p.

Replenishing vehicles are met at the contact point and directed to the actual DP location. equipment. 2. TASK STANDARD: Resupply is successfully conducted without loss of critical supplies or vehicles. The element is conducting tactical operations. b. and is either preparing for or involved in combat. c. Given: (1) (2) c. B. The higher element vehicles arrive. DP vehicles are directed to unit vehicles. B-GL-312-011/FP-001 Personnel Administration in Battle. Loads are transferred using. The lower element secures the replenishment site. CONDITIONS: a. Chapters 3 and 4. Replenishment is effectively executed IAW ref B and assigned DP opening and closing times are met. TAM 602-604. 2. B-GL-332-001/FP-001 Vol 2 Tactical Aide Memoire. and personnel to carry out their assigned mission. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher that include timings. 3. Necessary Criteria 1. DP procedure occurs as fol: a. and Subordinates. b. Higher-level combat service support (CSS) assets are available. Denied. It has been directed that the provision of routine re-supply will be effected through delivery points (DP) from the unit to the sub-unit. Situation. All elements receive the necessary combat supplies. Enemy action is possible or expected. 1. (Iterations of this task may be performed under radio silence). Nil. using the most appropriate Remarks 58 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .Battle Task Standards A04605303E EXECUTE REPLENISHMENT LEVEL: 4 (Company / Squadron / Battery / Aviation Flight) PHASE: All References: A.

Remarks Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 59 .Army Common BTS Necessary Criteria method dependant upon variant of vehicle or SOP. d. and The DP site is cleared and all signs are removed. g. f. Replenishing vehicles depart the DP. h. Unit vehicles move to the waiting area. e. form up in packets and return to the unit location. The demand for the next day’s DP is submitted. Personnel replacements are brought forward.

B-GL-300-003/FP-000 Command. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Subordinate elements. Wargaming is conducted when possible. CONDITIONS: a.Battle Task Standards REGIMENT / BATTALION / HELICOPTER SQUADRON A06701001E EXECUTE OPP LEVEL: 6 (Unit) Phase: All Reference: Chapter 6. activity and anticipation maximize the available time in preparation for the mission. Preparations are completed in a timely and effective manner. Synchronization matrix. 60 Remarks Guidance from CO directing staff efforts and subordinate comds. Situation. A mission is received requiring the element to prepare itself to conduct operations. Nil. d. Denied. TASK STANDARD: The element prepares itself to achieve its assigned and implied tasks. and At least one level of command higher. b. The elements of planning appear as follows: a. Decision Support Template . b. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Staff products include IPB. 2. including comd and staff. 1. e. c. Warning order. Necessary Criteria 1. Staff products assist in option analysis and contribute to subsequent execution of plan. and Staff briefs are conducted. Concurrent planning. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher.

Army Common BTS Necessary Criteria 2. Remarks Functional BTS: B0561000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE A02301000E / A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE B-GL-383-002/PS-002 61 . Orders are delivered. understood and reacted within the element.

The element makes a successful contribution to Situational Awareness of the formation. control and communications that aids in the achievement of the mission. 2. 3. Staff from at least one level of command higher. keeping the focus on achieving the articulated end-state and the requirements for future ops.Battle Task Standards A0671002E ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL LEVEL: 6 (Unit) PHASE: All Reference: USOP 102 and 104. 1. with HIGHER and LOWER elements. Subordinate elements. Denied. A mission is received requiring the element to prepare for and conduct operations. Warning Order and Orders from at least one level of command higher. CONDITIONS: a. This includes operating in a CBRN environment as applicable. Functional BTS: A06701001E EXECUTE OPP S13401027E ESTABLISH A CP COMPLEX Remarks 62 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . b. Alternate. Necessary Criteria 1. 5. The element maintains comms. Situation. but as a minimum to include main and CSS with consideration of Tactical. TASK STANDARD: The element establishes a means of maintaining command. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. the element provides ongoing guidance and coordination to maintain the conditions for success. 2. B-GL-332-001/FP-001 Unit SOP. Additional Resources. The element plans and provides orders and direction in a timely manner in order to set the conditions for the execution of a mission. 4. During the execution of missions and tasks. The element establishes and operates Command Posts applicable to the tactical situation. including RRB capability when required. and Rear where necessary.

Chapter 1. b. Their types. B-GL-300-005/FP-001 Information Operations. Necessary Criteria 1. 2. Their sizes.Army Common BTS A06701004E MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS LEVEL: 6 (Unit) PHASE: All Reference: Section 4. specifically the following information pertaining to the adversary force: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) b. Their direction and rate of movement. TASK STANDARD: An awareness of current. RED and BROWN elements. Remarks Elements of Brown Situational Awareness. CONDITIONS: a. planned and future operations and locations of own and relevant friendly troops is maintained. The element maintains SA that is understood and disseminated throughout the element down to the lowest level. c. Given. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 63 . Their locations. 1. Their combat effectiveness. and where applicable. specifically: (1) Physical environment and its effect on friendly and enemy operations. Denied. Their activities. geomatics support and operational reporting. Situation. Nil. Orders from level of command higher that includes intelligence. The element is conducting operations. and which includes some of the products of IPB: a. Elements of Red Situational Awareness.

specifically their own elements: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Locations. Remarks Elements of Blue Situational Awareness. Types.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria (2) c. Combat effectiveness. Functional BTS: A04601098E / A0671098E EXECUTE LIAISON B05601098S MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS A04601098E MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS 64 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . enabling all personnel to understand the battlefield in sufficient time and detail to employ their weapon systems effectively. Socio-political situation and its effect on friendly and enemy operations. Direction and rates of movement. higher staffs. Comds. Sizes. 2. flanking and subordinate elements are kept situationally aware on a continuous basis in a timely fashion. and Activities.

TASK STANDARD: The Unit achieves information superiority through the effective use of tactical. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. IM Security. Execution of IO will provide timely feedback that will be used to modify Unit plans as required in order to maintain the comd’s intent. Situation. 2. S23401040E PROVIDE EW SUPPORT. S13601028E PLAN AND DIRECT CIS SUPPORT. 3. Necessary Criteria 1. Q03601015E OPERATE AN ISTAR CC. EW and CIMIC. deception. 1. communications. Functional BTS: C02601357E DIRECT AND PERFORM CIMIC OPERATIONS. Q03602010E PROVIDE INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO OPERATIONS. OPFOR does not have complete access to information about BLUEFOR. OPSEC. The Unit is conducting operations. A06701045E INTEGRATE ISTAR PLAN B-GL-383-002/PS-002 65 Remarks . The Unit will use available tools. C-ISTAR. including but not limited to. Q03601009E PROVIDE INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO PLANNING. Denied. CONDITIONS: a. CI. A06704042S DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. PAff. ISTAR.Army Common BTS A06701005S DEVELOP AND INTEGRATE INFORMATION OPERATIONS LEVEL: 6 (Unit) PHASE: All Reference: Section 4. and At least one subordinate level of command. and strategic Information Operations in order to meet the comd’s intent and end state. PSYOPS. Access to all information due to national limitations on distribution. operational. B-GL-300-005/FP-001 Information Operations. Strategic guidance and national ‘reachback’ has been provided that has limitations on distribution. 2. b. Plans from the different components of IO will be coordinated by the Unit Headquarters to ensure maximum synergy. to meet the comd’s requirement for information superiority. Chapter 2. X04711360E PLAN PSYOPS EFFECTS.

B-GL -352 -001/FP-001 ISTAR. Subordinate elements.Battle Task Standards A06701045E INTEGRATE THE ISTAR PLAN LEVEL: 6 (Unit) PHASE: All Reference: Section 2. Chapter 4 and Chapter 7. and high payoff targets (HPTs). lower and flanks. high value targets (HVTs). and Coordinate the ISTAR function with higher. Situation. CONDITIONS: a. 2. Receives. Remarks b. TASK STANDARD: The element’s ISTAR plan and activities supports the achievement of information superiority in the conduct of operations. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. Nil. integrates the Higher ISTAR overlay and task matrix into unit plans. and Denied. Functional BTS: A06701001E EXECUTE OPP A06701002E ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL B06702123E EXECUTE ISTAR OPERATIONS 66 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . and Higher level ISTAR resources. 1. Chapter 1. The element is conducting or about to conduct operations. d. targeted areas of interest (TAI). Integral ISTAR collection resources. During OPP. b. c. ISTAR plan from a higher level of command. Necessary Criteria 1. Integrates named areas of interest (NAI). The unit: a. processes and disseminates information provided by sub-units and ISTAR assets and ensures its timely distribution.

B-GL-301-002/FP-001 Battle Group in Operations. A unit plans and prepares to conduct an operation. CONDITIONS: a. generally adhering to the fundamentals and process established in reference A. An artillery comd will not always accompany a given unit. a tactical movement. 1. Given: (1) (2) c. Nil. A tactical plan. Situation. Necessary Criteria 1. or a deployment. also follow the guidelines All available supporting direct and indirect weapons are established in BTS assigned a target(s) to achieve the desired effect.Army Common BTS A06711185E INTEGRATE FIRE PLAN LEVEL: 6 (Unit) PHASE: All Warfighting Reference: A. and in consideration of the following: a. b. preparation of the fire plan remains the responsibility of the tactical comd. Section 6. Part 4. B-GL-332-001/FP-001 Unit Standard Operating Procedures (Vol 1). and A set of fire support means (direct and indirect). and A02203078E The engagement of all targets is synchronized so that it is ENGAGE executed at the place. b. NOTE It is normally recognized that the integration of a fire plan is the responsibility of an accompanying artillery comd. A fire plan is prepared. in the manner and at the time desired TARGETS WITH B-GL-383-002/PS-002 67 . 2. c. TASK STANDARD: The unit organizes the fire of available weapons to support the tactical plan and coordinates it so that the right targets are attacked to achieve the comd’s intended effects. Chapter 2. In any case. Remarks The preparation and execution of the fire plan will Targets are chosen and effect is determined for each. Denied. in which case the responsibility to integrate the fire plan rests with the operations staff of the unit. B.

2.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria by the comd. Remarks INTEGRAL WEAPON SYSTEMS and BTS A0343049S EXECUTE CALL FOR FIRE. Functional BTS: G24613159E EXECUTE FIRE SUPPORT COORDINATION 68 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The fire plan is integrated into the tactical plan as one of its supporting plans.

USOP 602-605. Chapter 2. Functional BTS: A04601098E / A06701098E EXECUTE LIAISON A0675041S PROVIDE INTEGRAL CSS Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 69 . C. CONDITIONS: a. Chapter 4. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Denied. Liaison and coordination between the element and the supporting CSS element occurs as required. 4. Nil. NOTE This BTS was separated from the Provision of Integral CSS in order to allow unit training to occur. The unit receives CS repairs and recoveries IAW ref C. Subordinate elements. 1. Necessary Criteria 3. B-GL-341-001/FP-001 Land Force Replenishment. Delivery Points are conducted IAW ref D. 5. B-GL-300-004/FP-001 Sustainment. TASK STANDARD: The unit provides enabling information and prepares on-site assistance to external CSS elements in order to ensure integration of Close Support CSS. B. B-GL-332-001/FP-001 Unit SOP. Situation. and Formation-level CSS Concept. The unit requires maintenance and replenishment from external sources. B-GL-342-001/FP-000 Land Equipment Management System. Part 6. D. b. Chapter 1.Army Common BTS A06701187S INTEGRATE CLOSE SUPPORT CSS ACTIVITIES LEVEL: 6 (Unit) PHASE: All References: A. 2. Close Support CSS elements.

Refugee movement ops. The elements of the CIVPOP plan are as fols: a. Situation. B-GL-362-001/FP-001 Land Force Military Police Doctrine. TASK STANDARD: The element carries out the required preparations and actions necessary to execute plans in support of or affecting the civilian population. and The provision of assistance and/or security to Protected Persons and Non-Combatants. CIVPOP Control. 2. C. CIVPOP. Denied. Section 3. NOTE There is a lack of a comprehensive CF & LF doctrine dealing with this complex subject in a holistic manner. 1. The provision of assistance and/or security to Evacuee movement. The element is conducting or about to conduct tactical operations. International Organizational presence in theatre (This does not include DOMOPS). Necessary Criteria 1. CONDITIONS: a.Battle Task Standards A06702044S MANAGE CIVPOP/NON-COMBATANTS/DP LEVEL: 6 (Unit) PHASE: All References: A. D. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. HUMINT and CIMIC plans from a higher level of command. B-GG-005-004/AF-023 Civil-Military Cooperation. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. Remarks 2. B-GL-357-002/FP-001 Humint. Chapter 2. B. b. and civilian authorities. The elements’ activities support the collecting of information 70 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Actors / Role Players to provide IO. Nil. b.

The elements’ activities supports Civil-Military Cooperation Ops (CMO).Army Common BTS Necessary Criteria requirements as identified in the HUMINT plan. 3. Remarks Functional BTS: C02601357E DIRECT AND PERFORM CIMIC OPERATIONS B-GL-383-002/PS-002 71 .

and A coordinating element with which to perform the link-up. B-GL-300-001/FP-001 Land Operations (Draft). The planning must include the following: a. Staff from at least one level of command higher. Additional Resources. The mission to carry out a link-up operation must always be given in the context of a subsequent mission for the forces involved. Situation. and Liaison with the link-up force.Battle Task Standards A06753067S EXECUTE A LINK-UP LEVEL: 6 (Unit) PHASE: Transitional Reference: Chapter 6. b. The element executes the link-up by: a. b. b. and place to achieve the link-up without jeopardizing or delaying subsequent operations. Subordinate elements. 2. Employing sufficient control measures to avoid fratricide. A mission is received to execute a link-up between two elements to create an operational or tactical effect. The element conducts planning in order to establish a link-up as directed. Denied. Coordination with higher HQ. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Warning Order and Orders from at least one level of command higher. Remarks 2. Successfully creates the conditions for the subsequent 72 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . time. Necessary Criteria 1. CONDITIONS: a. 1. TASK STANDARD: The element carries out the required preparations and actions in an appropriate sequence.

Army Common BTS Necessary Criteria mission. Remarks Functional BTS: A0461098E / A0671098E EXECUTE LIAISON B05651098S EXECUTE A LINK UP T04651098E EXECUTE A LINK UP I44653067E EXECUTE A LINK UP I12353067E EXECUTE A LINK UP B-GL-383-002/PS-002 73 .

1. Functional BTS: A06701001E EXECUTE OPP A06701002E ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL A04601098E / A06701098E EXECUTE LIAISON Remarks 74 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Higher level of command. The element is required to conduct a passage of lines as the moving element or the in-place element.Battle Task Standards A06753082S EXECUTE A PASSAGE OF LINES LEVEL: 6 (Unit) PHASE: Transitional Reference: Chapter 5. The element executes the passage of lines IAW reference A. Nil. CONDITIONS: a. The element is ordered to move through another element either to come into or out of contact with the enemy. Depending on the situation. Warning Order. 2. The passage of lines occurs without delay or interference with subsequent operations. and Subordinate levels of command. 2. coordinates with the other element and makes preparations IAW ref A. Denied. Necessary Criteria 1. Orders or higher comd’s intent. the element may reorganize IAW BTS A06705301S REORGANIZE. Another element to pass through or be passed through. The element plans. on conclusion of the passage of lines. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. b. B-GL-301-002/FP-001 Battle Group in Operations. TASK STANDARD: The element establishes effective control measures and coordination between the commanders concerned IAW the higher comd’s intent. 3. Situation.

Chapter 4. TASK STANDARD: The element successfully completes a coordinated withdrawal IAW the intent of the higher comd. B-GL-301-002/FP-001 Battle Group in Operations. Subordinate elements. 1. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher. Functional BTS: A06701001E EXECUTE OPP A06701002E ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL A04601098E / A06701098E EXECUTE LIAISON A04653139S EXECUTE A WITHDRAWAL B-GL-383-002/PS-002 75 Remarks . Denied. etc. The element conducts the withdrawal IAW ref A.). Warning order. Fire Support plans. in contact with the enemy.Army Common BTS A06753139S EXECUTE WITHDRAWAL LEVEL: 6 (Unit) PHASE: Transitional Reference: Section 4. including passages of lines IAW BTS A06753082S EXECUTE A PASSAGE OF LINES as required. and An OPFOR of appropriate size. At least one level of command higher. Necessary Criteria 1. The element is tactically deployed. the element reorganizes IAW BTS A06705301S REORGANIZE. IAW ref A. including comd and staff. Nil. Appropriate formation plans (Info Ops Campaign. and b. 2. and is ordered by the higher comd to disengage from the enemy through the conduct of a withdrawal. Upon termination of the withdrawal. CONDITIONS: a. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. the element plans and coordinates its withdrawal. 2. Situation. 3.

Subordinate elements. including comd and staff. the element must establish and train a Quick Reaction Force (QRF) IAW ref. If it is a Level II threat.Battle Task Standards A06704073S EXECUTE REAR AREA SECURITY (RAS) LEVEL: 6 (Unit) PHASE: All Reference: FSOP 513. including direction on RAS responsibilities or the establishment of a RAOC. Situation. and the use of control measures IAW ref. etc. Necessary Criteria 1. CONDITIONS: a. Appropriate formation plans (Info Ops Campaign. The element develops a plan IAW the threat level described in ref. 1. (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Given: (1) Warning order. b. Nil. 3. The execution of plans does not interfere with the higher comd’s intent and concept of operations. Fire Support plans. Denied.). B-GL-333-001/FP-001 Formation SOP. Planning and coordination must include liaison where appropriate. TASK STANDARD: The element denies the enemy the ability to influence friendly actions and activities in the formation’s rear area. and An OPFOR of appropriate size and content to constitute at least a Level II RAS Threat IAW ref. 2. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher. CSS and command. a communications plan. 2. At least one level of command higher. The element is tasked to execute Rear Area Security (RAS) in order to provide freedom of action and continuity of operations. Functional BTS: A06701001E EXECUTE OPP A06701002E ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL A04601098E / A0671098E EXECUTE LIAISON Remarks 76 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

CONDITIONS: a. Own equipment and supplies are denied as appropriate. The element analyzes the threat and required defensive posture IAW refs. FSOP 513. 7. and An OPFOR of appropriate size and content to constitute a Level I or II RAS Threat IAW ref B. 3. 8. TASK STANDARD: The element will establish defensive measures that minimize the effect of the threat on operations. AAAD WCO are issued IAW ref A. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Obstacles are put in place on main approaches as appropriate. 2. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Alarm systems are directed for all subordinate elements IAW ref A. 5. Situation. 4. B. Coordination will take place between sub-units to minimize fratricide. Functional BTS: A02304174E / A03404174E / A04604174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 77 . b. Nil. B-GL-333-001/FP-001 Formation SOP. MOPP states are directed IAW ref A. Denied. An integral reserve capability is maintained.Army Common BTS A06704174S EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE LEVEL: 6 (Unit) PHASE: All Reference: A. 501. and 503-504. Subordinate elements. 2. B-GL 332-001/FP-001 Unit SOP. Necessary Criteria 1. 6. 1. USOP 403. The element is conducting operations.

3. Functional BTS: A03404182E / A04604182E OCCUPY A HIDE / HARBOUR / ASSEMBLY AREA A03404183E / A03404183E EXECUTE A CRASH OF HIDE / HARBOUR / ASSEMBLY AREA Remarks 78 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The element implements and maintains OPSEC and tactical security measures as well as develops contingency plans for attack or compromise. and Subordinate elements.Battle Task Standards A06704183S EXECUTE HARBOUR AND ASSEMBLY AREA OPERATIONS LEVEL: 6 (Unit) PHASE: All Reference: USOP 305. OPSEC is not violated during the time the hide is occupied or maintained. 1. TASK STANDARD: The element plans and executes the occupation of a harbour or assembly area and is prepared for subsequent operations. 2. Denied. The element occupies the harbour or assembly area as planned. orders or Comd’s intent for subsequent operations. The element is conducting operations and has been given the order to move and occupy an assembly area or harbour. Orders to occupy a location and Wng O. b. The element develops and disseminates a plan for occupation of the harbour or assembly area. 2. Given: (1) (2) c. Necessary Criteria 1. Situation. B-GL-332-001/FP-002 Unit SOP. CONDITIONS: a. Nil.

2. and Access to Engineer Support. B-GL-361-009/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps (Part 1. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. B-GL-331-003/FP-001 Map Symbols for Land Operations. NOTE This BTS does not include investigations of the incident. 1. Chapter 6. USOP 703. passage of information and coordination of engineer and medical activities to rescue casualties / personnel from the area. Chapter 7. The subordinate element may or may not be able to self-extract IAW ref A. UXO. BT or IED. The initiation of a mine. CONDITIONS: a. Nil. D. B. C. A subordinate element encounters one of the following: (1) (2) (3) b.Army Common BTS A06775363S EXECUTE MINE STRIKE / INCIDENT RESPONSE LEVEL: 6 PHASE: OOTW References: A. UXO. Denied. All Arms). The observation / detection of a mine. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 79 .01 Unit SOP. CONTACT REPORT and a SITUATION REPORT from the subordinate element IAW ref B. or Any time a vehicle goes off an OPEN route or a helicopter goes down. TASK STANDARD: The element prevents further casualties through the immediate imposition of control measures. BT or IED. TTP Area and Route Clearance (Draft). Integral medical assets. NDID (TBC).04 and USOP 704. Situation.

the casualty evacuation system if required IAW BTS A06705302S TREAT AND EVACUATE CASUALTIES as well as directs the provision of Engineer support if required. The element plans for future activity pertaining to the minefield. BTS E22323208E EXECUTE IMPROVEMENTS AND MARK SAFE LANES. f. 4. The element updates its obstacle data on any graphics IAW BTS A06701004S MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS and promulgates the changes to higher headquarters as well as all subordinate elements. The element immediately imposes additional control measures IAW ref C such as route closure. maintenance. c. BTS E12302213E RECCE A MINEFIELD. b. This may include: a. MP and engineer support. If there is no QRF. 6. d. The element maintains communications with the subordinate element involved in the incident or strike and directs self-extraction if there is an Immediate Threat to Force Personnel IAW ref D. Remarks 3. and the designation of a Limited Access Area. including. Engineer support may include the following: a. BTS E22304209E EXTRICATE OTHERS FROM A MINEFIELD. and CIMIC Detachment. but not limited to the following: a. e. CIMIC. alternate routes. FSCC. It coordinates the activities of the QRF or any medical. b. 2. The element immediately deploys the QRF if one has been developed IAW ref D. and 80 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . c. ESCC. 5. Signals Sub-sub-unit.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 1. Manoeuvre Sub-units. Administrative Sub-units. traffic control points. The element reconstitutes the QRF IAW ref D. Mine clearance operations IAW BTS E33404232E EXECUTE MINE CLEARANCE OPERATIONS.

Amendments to Routes and Traffic Control. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 81 .Army Common BTS Necessary Criteria b.

The Unit HQ plans Integral CSS in support of tactical plans. USOP 602-605. and Close Support CSS concept. TASK STANDARD: The provision of CSS contributes to mission success without compromising future operations. Situation. D. C. B-GL-332-001/FP-001 Unit SOP. Functional BTS: A06701001E EXECUTE OPP A06701002E ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL A04605300E EXECUTE ADMINISTRATION A04605303E EXECUTE REPLENISHMENT A04601186E COORDINATE INTEGRAL CSS L13405310E PROVIDE MAINTENANCE SERVICES L23405314E PROVIDE TRANSPORT SERVICES L33405321E PROVIDE SUPPLY SERVICES Remarks 82 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . B. Presence of subordinate elements. 1. The element is conducting operations and planning future operations. B-GL-341-001/FP-001 Land Force Replenishment. Chapter 1. Chapter 4. Chapter 2. Necessary Criteria 1. Given: (1) (2) c. B-GL-342-001/FP-000 Land Equipment Management System. CONDITIONS: a. Part 6.Battle Task Standards A06705041S PROVIDE INTEGRAL CSS LEVEL: 6 (Unit) PHASE: All References: A. 2. B-GL-300-004/FP-001 Sustainment. Denied. b. 2. Nil. The Unit coordinates and supervises the execution of Integral CSS IAW ref D.

The primary focus of CCO operations remains the non-confrontation CCO aspects and conventional military support to the appropriate Law Enforcement Agency (LEA). Ref Section 4 Para 14 details the existing restrictions that constrain operational and tactical commanders in their response to a CCO situation. This authority deals with the multidimensional and joint concept for CCOs based on recent experience. where only force protection measure using the minimum force necessary to ensure mission success are authorised. graduated response to crowd confrontation situations is caveated with the requirement to prevent escalation of a situation which in itself could cause a strategic mission failure.Army Common BTS CROWD CONFRONTATION OPERATIONS Reference: B-GJ-005-307/FP-090 Crowd Confrontation Operations. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 83 . 1. These BTS are pre-requisites for units undertaking Theatre and Mission Specific Training (T&MST) where political clearance has been granted for specific TTP (Tactics. avoid or disengage with crowd activity. Monitoring ands command and control requirements must be available to a comd before he can be expected to demonstrate the ability to control. 3. attributable to CF actions. Only in extreme circumstances where no law enforcement agency was available would higher-level sub-sets be authorised. BTS Monitor Crowds must be a pre-requisite to the Control Crowd task. 5. supported by other key documents as listed in the publications. Allowing a Crowd Confrontation situation to escalate in violence. 4. is likely to strategically threaten the chances of mission success and therefore in this specific and unique style of operation the tactical. Training and Procedures) that will bring CF units into direct confrontation with crowds. avoidance and disengagement scenarios. redirect. This chapter covers the collective training BTS for Domestic Operations (DOMOPS) Crowd Confrontation Operations (CCO). Whilst conducting a specific BTS an element can resort to less confrontational techniques such as avoidance and even disengagement actions if it believes this will prevent unnecessary escalation of the situation. CCO is envisaged as being applicable across the spectrum of conflict and throughout the continuum of operations however it is likely that authority will limit CF missions to monitoring. 2. In the context of this doctrine these BTS will aim to specify repeatable and achievable scenarios across the range of capabilities specified within ref A however the intent is to ensure that an element can conduct CCO without escalating the level of violence. It provides the tool to train and equip deployed forces to successfully (influence crowd confrontations) control and disengage themselves from crowd confrontation situations without having to resort to the use of deadly force. The doctrine for the operational and tactical response to CCOs situations is detailed in ref.

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A02373365S / A03473365S MONITOR CROWDS LEVEL: 2 and 3 PHASE: OOTW (incl DOMOPS) References: A. Chapters 5, Section 4 B-GJ-005-307/FP-090 Crowd Confrontation Operations; B. Reference: Chapter 11, B-GL-392-004/FP-001 Patrolling, Infantry. 1. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. The element is in an environment where groups of local inhabitants can generate a sizeable gathering quickly however with no obvious determination to be aggressive. The element establishes a monitoring location IAW orders to provide situational awareness and provides early warning to the higher HQ as part of a tactical security task. Aggression is possible but unlikely; Given. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher that include: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. Timings; and Subordinates; and A suitable location; and A crowd with a specific aim or agenda.

b.

Denied. Nil.

2. TASK STANDARD: Crowd monitoring is successfully conducted if accurate data is collected and passed to higher command on the size, location and mood of the crowd. Additional information on the likely goals and agenda of the crowd is required together with any available information relating to the identification of possible leaders or agitators within the group. Necessary Criteria 1. Battle procedure is carried out IAW BTS A02301000E / A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 2. The element conducts a reconnaissance. 3. The element establishes and secures a location from where it can observe the crowd. 4. The element establishes a reserve (If able to do so).
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Necessary Criteria 5. The element must demonstrate accurate dissemination of information to their unit headquarters Command Post. 6. The element sends SITREP to its next higher HQ throughout the task. 7. All available resources are used (camouflage, concealment, cover, dispersion, etc) to hide elements and limit vulnerability. 8. Physical security of the location is established and maintained IAW BTS A02304042E / A03404042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. 9. The element avoids revealing its position demonstrating a passive defence. 10. If attacked, the element engages immediately within the restrictions of the ROE. Alerting the next higher element of the direction of the enemy by sending a CONTACT Report (if necessary). Functional BTS: Nil

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A03473366S / A04673366S CONTROL CROWDS LEVEL: 3 and 4 PHASE: OOTW (incl DOMOPS) References: A. Chapters 5, Section 4 B-GJ-005-307/FP-090 Crowd Confrontation Operations; B. Tactical Graphic-Tasks, B-GL-331-003-FP-001 Military Symbols for Land Operations. 1. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. The element is conducting OOTW (Peace Keeping or Peace Support Operations), and is in an environment where groups of local inhabitants can generate a sizeable gathering quickly however with no obvious determination to be aggressive. Aggression is possible but unlikely; Given. The element is provided with: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. A warning order; and Orders and comd’s intent from one level of command higher; and Timings; and Subordinates; and A crowd with a specific aim or agenda; and Provided with specific PPE and specialist equipment listed at Annex A.

b.

Denied. Nil.

2. TASK STANDARD: Crowd moving is successfully conducted if a crowd can be affected IAW commanders’ intent to achieve a desired effect. In the event that a comd believes engagement with the crowd could lead to an escalation of violence that would be detrimental to the overall mission success, the element comd must be able to successfully avoid engagement and withdraw from the crowd IOT prevent escalation. Information is passed to higher command on the situation as it develops. Necessary Criteria 1. Battle procedure is carried out IAW BTS A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 2. The element conducts a reconnaissance. Remarks

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Necessary Criteria 3. The element establishes a command and control element. 4. The element establishes a baseline location from where it can influence the crowd. 5. The element maintains a reserve. 6. The element sends SITREPs to its next higher HQ throughout the task. 7. The element avoids crowd confrontation operations if needed. 8. The element influences crowd behaviour and activity by employing the following manoeuvres; a. b. c. d. The element canalizes a crowd; and Contains a crowd; and Blocks a crowd; and Manoeuvres the force to react to changes in tactical situation.

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9. The element withdrawers under pressure from confrontation if required. 10. If attacked, the element engages within the restrictions of the ROE. Alerting the next higher element of the direction of the enemy by sending a CONTACT Report. 11. The element maintains its situational awareness IAW BTS A04601004E MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS. Functional BTS: Nil

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CHAPTER 3 ARMOURED RECCE 1. There are BTS common to multiple levels for the Armoured Recce BTS.

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COMMON TO MULTIPLE LEVELS LEVELS TWO TO THREE T12302051E / T13402051E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN OP LEVEL: 2 to 3 PHASE: All Reference: Section 2, Chapter 4, Armoured Recce TTP. 1. CONDITIONS: a. b. c. Situation. The element establishes an OP IAW orders to provide situational awareness and early warning to the higher HQ as part of a tactical security task; Given. Warning Order and Orders from one or two levels of command higher; and Denied. Nil.

2. TASK STANDARD: The OP is positioned to allow the element to observe the assigned sector, likely enemy avenues of approach, NAIs and/or TAIs. The element provides situational awareness and early warning in the area of responsibility. Necessary Criteria 1. The element carries out battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E / A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 2. The element: a. b. c. d. e. f. Moves to area close to proposed OP; Confirms NAI or TAI; Establishes observation; Conducts recce and clears OP Base; Moves in and begins to establish OP Base; and Recces OP position. Remarks

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Necessary Criteria 3. The OP: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. Offers clear observation of NAI or TAI with available sensors and observation devices; Provides protection and concealment from air and ground observation; Provides good communications; Has good fields of fire and is easy to defend; Has a covered line of approach to and from the OP Base; Has a covered withdrawal route; and Is not a prominent landmark.

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4. The OP is established when personnel are moved to OP position and have observation on the Area of Interest. 5. IAW ref A: a. b. c. d. OP is further developed; RV and RV Hide are recced and selected; Crash RV is selected and personnel are briefed on its location; and OP is operated.

6. Physical security of the OP is established and maintained IAW BTS A02304042E /A03404042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. Functional BTS: Nil

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T12302053E / T13402053E EXECUTE A PICKET LEVEL: 2 to 3 PHASE: All Reference: Section 4, Chapter 2, Armoured Recce TTP. 1. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. The element has come into contact and has been ordered to picket the contact so that another force can bypass it or the patrol must make a battle handover to follow-on forces; Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Warning Order and Orders from one or two levels of command higher, OPFOR, and A bypassing force or a force for a battle handover.

b.

Denied. Nil.

2. TASK STANDARD: The element maintains contact with and defines the OPFOR elements without detection or loss of combat power until ordered to move or the contact has been handed over. Necessary Criteria 1. The element remains behind and in contact so that the enemy cannot move undetected. 2. The element defines the enemy disposition as best as possible given the time and freedom of manoeuvre available. 3. If the contact is lost, the element must report and re-establish contact and redefine the enemy. 4. As follow-on elements arrive, the picket hands over responsibility for the contact, passing on all pertinent information. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks

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T12302054E / T13402054E RECONNOITRE ROUTE MOUNTED LEVEL: 2 to 3 PHASE: All References: A. Section 6, Chapter 2, Armoured Recce TTP; B. USOP 704.20 B-GL-332-001/FP-001 Unit SOP. 1. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. The element has received orders to conduct a route reconnaissance mounted to collect information and improve situational awareness on a designated route. Enemy contact is possible or expected. Route recce may be assigned as a separate task or as a specific task as part of an area recce; Given: (1) (2) c. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher, and At least one subordinate level of command; and

b.

Denied. Nil.

2. TASK STANDARD: The element moves on the route. It collects and reports information covering the route, dominant and key terrain, enemy forces within the area, and all other items of interest specified in orders. It reacts to enemy forces as appropriate and maintains sufficient combat power to continue the mission. Necessary Criteria 1. The elementexecutes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E / A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE with emphasis on the following points: a. b. Likely enemy locations; Routes/axes of advance which will permit the element to move to the Named Area of Interest (NAI) with the greatest speed and security; Picket and bypass policy; Availability and range of direct and indirect fire, CAS, aviation and UAV assets; Remarks

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Necessary Criteria e. f. g. Coordination with attached elements (i.e. Recce Engr parties) Communications requirements; and The coordination required to execute a passage of line IAW BTS T03403081E, EXECUTE RELIEF.

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2. The element ensures that forces do not become decisively engaged with enemy forces and become unavailable to carry on with the mission. 3. Upon arrival, the element executes the following activities, IAW orders: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. Determines and reports traffic ability of major/assigned routes; Determines cross-country traffic ability of all terrain within the area; Gathers intervisibility information; Recces terrain to the lateral boundaries; Reconnoitre all defiles along the route and clear enemy obstacles, or locate a bypass; Identify suitable Waiting Areas /Hides for follow on troops; Locates and inspect bridges; Locates and inspect suitable fording or crossing sites near all bridges Locates and inspect tunnels, culverts, overpasses and underpasses; Locates minefields, obstacles, and bypasses; Locates bypasses around built-up areas, and NBC contaminated areas; and Locates, identifies and reports enemy forces.

4. The element conducts counter reconnaissance within capabilities. 5. The element maintains contact with advancing friendly forces
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Necessary Criteria throughout the operation. 6. Maximum use is made of available aviation and UAV assets to gain required information. The element accomplishes the mission within the time allocated by the comd. 7. The element prepares a recce report and overlay for passage to higher headquarters IAW ref B. Functional BTS: T12303049E EXECUTE A CALL FOR FIRE

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T12353075E / T13453075E EXECUTE A BYPASS LEVEL: 2 to 3 PHASE: Transitional Operations Reference: NIL 1. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. The element performs a tactical move IAW orders. The element encounters enemy. The higher headquarters requires rapid continuation of movement and permits bypassing. Bypass routes are available. Given: (1) (2) c. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher, and The enemy is fixed and cannot manoeuvre, withdraw, or cause sufficient casualties to prevent the element from carrying on its mission.

b.

Denied. Nil.

2. TASK STANDARD: The element bypasses the enemy without being influenced by enemy activity. Necessary Criteria 1. The element IAW orders: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. Issues CONTACT report; Requests permission to bypass; Conducts reconnaissance as required; Develops a plan, considering use of available supporting arms; Issues orders to bypass; Executes a tactical bypass; and Sends SITREP to higher headquarters. Remarks

2. The element pickets the contact until a contact handover can be made with another element. Functional BTS: If Recce, T12303049S EXECUTE A CALL FOR FIRE

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LEVELS TWO TO FOUR T12353061E / T13453061E / T14653061E EXECUTE AN ADVANCE TO CONTACT LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: Transitional References: A. Section 1, Chapter 5, B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations; B. Sections 1 and 5, Part 2, Armour TTPs. 1. CONDITIONS: a. b. c. Situation. The element is conducting tactical operations and receives orders to execute an advance to contact. Given. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness. Denied. Nil.

2. TASK STANDARD: The element executes the advance IAW orders. Once contact is made, the Crew maintains contact and takes action IAW orders. The element maintains sufficient combat power to conduct follow-on operations IAW the comd’s intent Necessary Criteria 1. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A0231000E / A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 2. The element occupies an assembly area, if applicable, IAW BTS A03404182E / A04604182E OCCUPY A HIDE/HARBOUR/ASSEMBLY AREA. 3. The element moves tactically IAW BTS A0233141E / A03403141E / A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY. 4. Once contact is made, the element reacts IAW orders, executes drills as necessary IAW ref A and ref B and reacts to the tactical situation, as necessary, IAW the following BTS: a. b. A0234181E / A03404181E / A04604181E REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE; A0234180E / A03404180E / A04604180E REACT TO DIRECT FIRE; and
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Necessary Criteria c. T0233079E, ENGAGE TARGETS WITH MAIN AND SECONDARY ARMAMENTS.

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5. The element takes subsequent action IAW Orders. Functional BTS: At Level Three, A03413049S EXECUTE A CALL FOR FIRE At Level Four, T04603067E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP

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T12353067E / T13453067E / T14653067E EXECUTE A LINKUP LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: Transitional Operations References: A. Section 3, Chapter 5, B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations (Interim); B. Chapter 6, B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). 1. CONDITIONS: a. b. Situation. The element has been ordered to link up with another friendly force in enemy-controlled territory; Given: (1) (2) c. Warning Orders and Orders from one level higher, The friendly force has been ordered to link up with the Recce Troop.

Denied. The OPFOR disposition (actual or simulated) should restrict friendly force freedom of movement.

2. TASK STANDARD: The element successfully links up with friendly forces within the constraints imposed by the higher comd. Necessary Criteria 1. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E / A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE, with emphasis on the relevant control measures. The selected course of action should adhere to the TTP of the link up contained in references A and B. 2. The element submits its plans for integration to higher. 3. The element coordinates plans with friendly elements that will come into contact within its AOR as applicable. 4. The element links up with the other friendly force and IAW ref A, the element will consolidate as required based on the selected course of action while executing BTS T13403095E / T04603095E CONSOLIDATE. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks

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LEVELS THREE TO FOUR T13402058E / T14702058E EXECUTE SCREEN LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: Section 2, Chapter 3, ARMOURED RECCE TTP 1. CONDITIONS: a. b. Situation. The element has been tasked to screen a force to provide early warning and situational awareness; Given: (1) (2) c. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher, and At least one subordinate level of command.

Denied. Nil.

2. TASK STANDARD: The element establishes a screen IAW orders and reports effectively on enemy activity. Necessary Criteria 1. The element carries out battle procedure IAW BTS A0341000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 2. The element ensures that orders are understood, to include the following: a. b. c. d. Immediate comd’s intent and concept; Information requirements (IR) and Priority Information Requirements (PIR); Named Areas of Interest (NAI); and Target Areas of Interest (TAI). Remarks

3. The element performs terrain analysis to identify possible communications and intervisibility problems and develops solutions, including the following:
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Necessary Criteria a. b. c. Requirement for radio rebroadcast or radio relays; Employment of directional antennas; and Sitting of surveillance equipment.

Remarks

4. The element develops a plan which includes: a. b. Surveillance and picketing of enemy contacts throughout the security zone; Provides surveillance of enemy contacts throughout the security zone and which makes us maximum use of available sensors, aviation and UAV assets; Using assets such as direct and indirect fire and CAS within capabilities to destroy, impede or harass enemy forces as they enter and proceed through the area of responsibility; Measures to destroy enemy recce elements IAW orders; and Ensures coordination required for passage of lines is completed IAW BTS T03453081E / T04653081E EXECUTE RELIEF and BTS A04601098E EXECUTE LIAISON.

c.

d. e.

5. Subordinate elements deploy to assigned areas IAW BTS A02303141E / A03403141E MOVE TACTICALLY and BTS T12302051E / T13402051E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN OP. 6. The element ensures that the following coordination is completed IAW BTS T03403081E /T04603081E EXECUTE RELIEF. 7. The element executes a passage of lines through friendly forces; moves to the Squadron RV, re-organizes IAW BTS A03405301E / A04605301E EXECUTE REORGANIZATION and prepare for subsequent missions. Functional BTS: T12313049E EXECUTE CALL FOR FIRE

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T13402063E / T14702063E EXECUTE FLANK SECURITY LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 4, B-GL-394-002/FP-001 Recce Operations. 1. CONDITIONS: a. b. Situation. Enemy contact on the flank is expected. Given: (1) (2) (3) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. At least one subordinate level of command. Depending on the threat and perceived vulnerability of the flank in question, the higher comd decides whether a flank security task is a SCREEN in nature or a GUARD.

c.

Denied. Nil.

2. TASK STANDARD: The element executes Flank Security within designated boundaries, reporting on and, if applicable, denying the enemy the ability to influence friendly actions. Necessary Criteria 1. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE, with emphasis on the following points as required for: a. All Flank Security Tasks: (1) (2) Key terrain within the area, Supporting arms allocated to assist with the execution of the flank security task, including available indirect fire, aviation, UAV and Air Defence (AD) support, Liaison with flanking units/formations and consideration of combat identification procedures, Remarks

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A Moving Flank Security Task. as applicable. and the coordination of fire plans and AD support. Controlling civilian population and refugees in concert with Military Police.Armoured Recce Necessary Criteria (4) b. Remarks A Static Flank Security. to include the designation of killing zones. points from the sub-paragraph above plus: (1) (2) Maintaining effective surveillance of Named Areas of Interest and other areas of concern. civilian police and civil authorities as applicable. Planning. points from the subparagraphs above plus: (1) A Moving Flank Security Task is executed IAW BTS A03403141E / A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY and by one of three methods IAW references A and B: (a) (b) (c) Leapfrog Caterpillar. and Mobile. battle positions and routes. Functional BTS: T0461062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP T12302053E / T13402053E EXECUTE A PICKET T12302051E / T12302051E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN OP B-GL-383-002/PS-002 103 . The conduct of a flank security task is conducted like a Screen (IAW BTS T13402058E / T14702058E EXECUTE A SCREEN) or Guard (IAW BTS B05643130E EXECUTE A GUARD). 2. Planning for logistical concerns. (3) c.

ref A and ref B. Armour TTP. Denied. IAW the following BTS: a. and Conducts reconnaissance and rehersals. Remarks 4. Given. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations (Interim). A03404180E / A04604180E. The element occupies an assembly area. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. as necessary. IAW BTS A03404182E / A03404182E OCCUPY A HIDE / HARBOUR / ASSEMBLY AREA. Necessary Criteria 1. REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE. Situation. 3. b. 2. Part 2. and specifically: a. b. c. B. Once contact is made. maintaining contact with the enemy without becoming decisively engaged. A03404181E / A04604181E. Nil. Prepares/marks routes and subsequent positions. The element executes the delay IAW orders. and B-GL-383-002/PS-002 104 . b. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness. TASK STANDARD: The element successfully delays the enemy IAW orders. REACT TO DIRECT FIRE. the element reacts to the tactical situation.Battle Task Standards T13453080E / T14653080E EXECUTE A DELAY LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: Delaying Operations References: A. Chapter 4. The element prepares to execute the delay IAW ref A and ref B. if applicable. CONDITIONS: a. The element is conducting tactical operations and receives orders to execute a delay. 1. Section 4. 2. ref A and ref B.

The delaying action continues until the element is ordered to break clean and prepare for subsequent tasks.Armoured Recce Necessary Criteria c. Remarks 5. Functional BTS: A0343049E EXECUTE A CALL FOR FIRE If Level Four. T0233079E. ENGAGE TARGETS WITH MAIN AND SECONDARY ARMAMENTS. T04603067E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP B-GL-383-002/PS-002 105 .

Such actions are covered by BTS A03403141E / A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY. Chapter 5. Warning order and orders from one level of command higher. The element is executing relief operations in the context of a larger force. NOTE Retirements. CONDITIONS: a. Within the boundaries and timings specified in orders. 2. are not covered by this BTS. Nil.Battle Task Standards T13453081E / T14653081E EXECUTE A RELIEF LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: Transitional Operations References: A. B-GL-305-001/FT-001 Armour Regiment in Battle. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). 1. and Denied. b. b. Situation. and Retaining sufficient combat power to meet the higher Comd’s intent for subsequent actions. B. Given. This will include one of the following IAW ref A: (1) (2) (3) A Relief in Place—a relief in which all or part of a force is replaced in a sector by an incoming force. 106 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . TASK STANDARD: The element executes the relief within the constraints imposed by the higher comd such as: a. c. Chapter 6. Sections 11. 12. and 13. A Forward Passage of Lines—a relief in which a force advances or attacks through another force that is in contact with the enemy. A Rearward Passage of Lines—a relief where a force effecting a movement to the rear passes through the sector of a unit occupying a defensive position. defined as: “a movement away from the enemy by a force out of contact” in ref A.

Armoured Recce Necessary Criteria 1. 2. with emphasis on the relevant liaison and coordination. 3. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 107 . The element takes subsequent action IAW orders. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The element successfully executes the relief IAW the selected course of action and passage of command responsibility as applicable. The selected course of action should adhere to the TTP of the relief contained in references A and B.

2. Given. The element reorganizes IAW A03405301E / A04605301E REORGANIZE. CONDITIONS: a. 2. disseminates and executes an effective plan to defend against possible enemy IAW the higher comd’s plan. Denied.Battle Task Standards T13403095E / T14603095E CONSOLIDATE LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: Nil. Situation. Orders from one level of command higher. Nil. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil 108 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The element is tactically deployed and has completed a task that requires it to consolidate. 3. 1. TASK STANDARD: Consolidation takes place to the extent that the element is positioned to repel an attack or conduct follow on operations. Necessary Criteria 1. The element coordinates with flanking elements as required and ensures that the defensive position is mutually supporting. b. The element develops. c.

The element has been tasked to establish Traffic Control as the movement control organization. Situation. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. f. Denied. Requirement for Sector HQs and Traffic Control Posts. Civilian traffic and requirements for refugee control. 1. CONDITIONS: a. Communication and surveillance requirements and resources available. c. b. e. Warning Order and Orders from one or two levels of command higher. Defiles and likely bottlenecks. g. Location of possible Waiting or Halt Areas. Condition and capacity of routes. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 109 . 2.Armoured Recce T13404066E / T14704066E EXECUTE TRAFFIC CONTROL LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: All References: Section 5. Alternate routes and detours. Necessary Criteria 1. Nil. TASK STANDARD: The element maintains a regular flow of traffic and security. preventing congestion on the route. with emphasis on the following points: a. and At least one subordinate level of command b. Chapter 4. d. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. It is likely that the move will be conducted under conditions of radio silence and darkness. Armoured Recce TTP. The element’s higher HQ is provided with timely and accurate information regarding the progress of the move. The Movement Order is provided.

f. i. Functional BTS: T12304065E ESTABLISH A TRAFFIC CONTROL POST 110 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . d. and Suitable LZs available nearby. and Reports on the condition of the route. e. as necessary. Prevents unauthorized military and civilian traffic from interfering with scheduled movement. including use of the civilian telephone system (if possible). elements are resupplied and prepare for the next mission. Transmits any alterations in orders to columns/serials/packets. Waiting and Halt Areas. g. Remarks 2. and Report and assist G5 and civilian police elements with refugees which may affect the move. Recces the route and identifies alternate routes. b. 3. Directs traffic over detours if traffic on the main route become blocked. c. CIMIC and local authorities. b. Considers the employment of supporting arms. Coordination as necessary with higher HQ. Sectors are designated. As last columns/serials/packets pass along the route. Maintains close watch on the progress of the move and reports to higher Headquarters. h. e. Good communications along the route and with higher HQ. and OPSEC requirements. The element: 4. c. a. If required the Recce Squadron establishes a Regulating HQ and ensures: a. detours. A mobile reserve is created. Ensures columns/serials/packets follow the designated route and block timings. d.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria h.

B-GL-394-002/FP-001 Recce Operations. c. Necessary Criteria 1. The route is provided. Civilian or military organizations may be involved. Chapter 3. Warning Order and Orders from one or two levels of command higher. 2. B. containing. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE with emphasis on the following points: a. 1. Ensure the route is clear of obstacles and enemy positioned to influence movement along the route. Armoured Recce TTP. The element is tasked to execute a convoy escort to accompany and protect a vehicle column. Provide early warning and prevent the enemy from impeding. Section 6. CONDITIONS: a. b. Remarks 2. Enemy contact is possible or expected. b. Nil. harassing. and At least one subordinate level of command. Situation. TASK STANDARD: The element escorts the convoy to its new location by the time specified in the orders. The element escort comd is normally the convoy comd. Reconnoitre the route the convoy will follow (if time permits). Denied. The following specific points should be considered during planning and execution: B-GL-383-002/PS-002 111 . seizing or destroying the convoy.Armoured Recce T13404068E / T14704068E EXECUTE CONVOY ESCORT LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: A. Chapter 4. Given: (1) (2) c.

UAVs.).. rest halts. It proves the safety of the route and identifies trouble in advance of the vehicle column. engineers. The likelihood of an enemy attack and the tactics. The ground over which the convoy is to pass with particular reference to defiles. primary and alternate routes. Counter-ambush / mine plan. first and last light. Close protection group—provides immediate close protection to the vehicle column. The element organizes the convoy into three groupings: a. e. h. Advance group—leading element of the escort. The element may be required to reconnoitre detours and pickets. d. provision of first aid. air strikes. RV and schedule. The time of the convoy move.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria a. thereby indicating possible hide locations if required. Communications and liaison concerns. f. checkpoints. i. hides. communications plan. identification of the higher rapid reaction force. 4. The size and type of vehicles in the convoy their mobility and speed. which the element might employ (i. close country. c. mines. roadblocks. 112 .e. and drop off point. built-up areas and detours. Additional resources available including mechanized infantry. etc. g. 3. Environmental and weather factors necessitating the postponement of the convoy in order to guarantee good road or flying conditions. All relevant logistical concerns. aviation and air defence. Packet commanders’ responsibilities include the following: a. The element comd is B-GL-383-002/PS-002 b. and the vulnerability of the load. and the distance to be traveled. and likely enemy ambush and road block locations. b. Action at halts. Remarks b.

and c. b. All halts are reported to the Recce Squadron. f.e. Reserve group—provides the rearguard. 10. Standard or Tunnel). The route to include medical and maintenance support locations and the destination. The designated speed. Conducts rehearsals. and reports the halt to higher HQ. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 113 . The lead vehicle crosses the start point at the specified time. e. Accident and breakdown procedures. g. Communications procedures. 8. Moves tactically IAW BTS A03403141E / A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY and ref B. 6. The convoy makes an unscheduled halt due to a vehicle accident. Establishes a perimeter defence. 7. the reserves and recovery resources for the convoy. The element verifies that all vehicles have crossed the start point and reports to higher HQ. At designated times to avoid possible conflict with other convoy schedules. c. air sentry requirements. Blackout policy. The element determines and reports the location of all halts. d. time and spacing between vehicles. The element briefs subordinate commanders/personnel on convoy procedures: a. 9. c. b. Remarks 5. Departs on schedule. road block or some other unplanned event: a. d. Where visibility is at least 200 m to the front and rear of the column. The element conducts scheduled halts: a. The method of escort is determined (i.Armoured Recce Necessary Criteria located within this group.

Once all vehicles are clear of the ambush. e. Suppressive fire is used to cover immediate deployment. Functional BTS: T12313049E EXECUTE A CALL FOR FIRE T1471062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP 114 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . c. the element halts and attempts to eliminate the enemy threat and extricate the ambushed elements. g. the Recce Squadron issues orders for some or all vehicles to continue on the primary route.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria b. That part of the convoy caught in the ambush is extricated. use an alternate route. The element resumes movement on order. The element proceeds through the ambush if at all possible. all vehicles being escorted clear the road to permit the element to manoeuvre. 12. The convoy reacts to an ambush as follows: a. The Recce Squadron takes immediate action IAW the enemy threat. the element establishes a perimeter defence. If applicable. c. If proceeding through the ambush is not possible. f. as applicable. d. e. b. During halts. Remarks 11. The advance guard comd or LO negotiates confrontations. d. Ambushed elements immediately proceed through the ambush if at all possible. return to the start point or proceed to another location. That part of the convoy not caught in the ambush is halted and protected.

Chapter 2. marks and/or secures appropriate and useful control measures for the supported comd IAW refs. B-GL-393-001/FP-001 Armoured Regiment in Battle. D. B-GL-392-001/FP-001 Infantry Battalion in Battle. 1. 5. Chapters 9 and 10. Situation. 2. TASK STANDARD: The Patrol reconnoitres. B-GL-394-002/FP-001 Reconnaissance Operations. 2. and Supported Comd’s intent and concept of operations. Nil. NDID TBC. Chapter 6.Armoured Recce CREW / PATROL T12311336E SUPPORT A TASK WITH CONTROL MEASURES LEVEL: 2 (Patrol) PHASE: All Warfighting References: A. 3. The Patrol communicates the locations of the control measures to the B-GL-383-002/PS-002 115 Remarks . Chapter 3. Necessary Criteria 1. 4. The Patrol marks and / or secures the control measures as required. b. C. The Patrol conducts Battle Procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE with an emphasis on the detailed map reconnaissance. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Tactics (Interim). F. B-GL-321-007/FP-001 LAV Company Tactics (Interim). Chapter 2. Chapters 1 and 3. E. CONDITIONS: a. Chapter 2. identifies. B-GL-300-001/FP-001 Land Operations (Draft). The Patrol reconnoitres the likely posns for control measures and ensures that there is sufficient space and cover for the supported comd. Given: (1) (2) c. Battle Group in Operations (Draft). and Denied. G. The Patrol moves to the area IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY. The Patrol is employed in a Close Reconnaissance role and is supporting a manoeuvre sub-unit or unit directly to conduct a task. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. No delays occur to the supported comd’s plan or casualties as a result of the Patrol’s actions. B.

Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 116 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria supported comd and adjusts the locations of the control measures based on the supported comd’s plan. the Patrol links up with the supported comd’s elements IAW BTS T12305067E EXECUTE A LINK UP and guides them into position. 6. If required.

Enemy contact is possible or expected. and At least one subordinate level of command. Chapter 2. to collect information and improve situational awareness on a designated NAI or location. and b. TASK STANDARD: The Crew/Patrol moves to the designated NAI or location and executes point recce within the time allocated by the comd. Given: (1) (2) c. B. 2. Maximum use is made of available aviation and UAV assets to gain required information. 3.20 B-GL-332-001/FP-001 Unit SOP. Denied. Nil. Situation. Section 7. Necessary Criteria 1. The Crew / Patrol has received orders to conduct a point reconnaissance mounted. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher.Armoured Recce T12302056E RECONNOITRE POINT MOUNTED LEVEL: 2 (Crew / Patrol) PHASE: All References: A. Armoured Recce TTP. The recce is conducted IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY and reference A. 4. The Crew/Patrol maintains contact with advancing friendly forces throughout the operation. The Crew / Patrol reports to higher headquarters on results of point recce IAW ref B Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 117 . CONDITIONS: a. 1. 2. It reacts to enemy forces as appropriate. USOP 704.

Nil. CONDITIONS: a. The Patrol moves to the Objective RV IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY. and Denied. Situation. 6. 5. B. 2. The Patrol carries out battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. USOP 704. Chapter 5. and PIR and Intelligence requirements for the patrol task. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 118 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .20. TASK STANDARD: The Patrol completes the reconnaissance and reports all relevant information by the time specified in the orders. Warning Order and Patrol Orders/Briefing from one level of command higher. Given: (1) (2) c.Battle Task Standards T12302085S RECONNOITRE POINT DISMOUNTED LEVEL: 2 (Patrol) PHASE: All References: A. The Patrol moves tactically in accordance with BTS A02303141E from the Objective RV to the Release Point. Infantry. The Patrol ensures the accurate passage of relevant information to the higher headquarters within directed timelines IAW ref B. Necessary Criteria 1. The Patrol operates separately and provides its own security. B-GL-332-001/FP-001 Unit SOP. The Patrol observes objective area and obtains sufficient information to address the PIR and intelligence requirements IAW refs 4. 3. The Patrol moves back to friendly lines and re-organizes IAW BTS A02305301E EXECUTE REORGANIZATION. B-GL-392-004/FP-001 Patrolling. b. 2. 1. The Section is required to provide a Patrol to conduct a reconnaissance mission.

TASK STANDARD: The Patrol executes the call for fire and adjusts the fire in order to achieve the desired effect on the target. and A suitable target.Armoured Recce T12303049E EXECUTE CALL FOR FIRE LEVEL: 2 (Patrol) PHASE: All Reference: TAM 401. Given: (1) (2) c. The Patrol makes contact with the fire support element through a third party or directly. The Patrol calls for fire IAW ref.02. b. Necessary Criteria 1. Nil. 3. The Patrol provides a SITREP upon completion of the fire support. 2. B-GL-332-001/FP-001 Tactical Aide Memoire 1. The Patrol. CONDITIONS: a. 2. Denied. Access to an Artillery net through a FOO or through the command net. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 119 . Situation. must call for fire support and no FOO can observe the target directly. in order to achieve a mission or task.

Have covered and concealed routes in and out. B. A-P9-011-S15/PC-B01 C6 Gunnery. 2. Remarks 120 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .Battle Task Standards T12303079E ENGAGE TARGETS WITH MAIN AND SECONDARY ARMAMENT LEVEL: 2 (Crew) PHASE: All References: A. Are not easily identified by map reconnaissance. 1. Are covered and concealed from ground and air observation. E. D. e. Warning Order and Orders from the Troop level. Given: (1) (2) c. Denied. CONDITIONS: a. B-GL-305-013/PT-001 Armour Gunnery Training. The crew/patrol engages targets IAW the assigned mission. b. 2. and establishes recorded targets on likely enemy approaches. B-GL-393-010/FP-001 Coyote/LAV III Application of Fire. ALAWS Gunnery (TBI). integrates with flanking Callsigns. The Crew coordinates its direct fire plan with higher. C. The Crew executes the direct fire plan from firing positions that: a. CASW Gunnery (TBI). c. d. TASK STANDARD: The Crew must successfully achieve engagement time and accuracy standards as defined in the references and IAW the assigned mission. Maintain mutual support with other Crews/Patrols. Nil. Provide enfilade fire from defilade positions. Situation. plans in depth for all ranges and weapons. and Associated weapons. Necessary Criteria 1. b.

if possible. g. Are clear of obstructions along the line of sight. Allow applicable stand-off ranges. The Crew adjusts target priorities as ordered. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 121 . Remarks 3. 4. and Have alternate and secondary positions sited.Armoured Recce Necessary Criteria f. The Crew sends a CONTACT Report and follows up with a SITREP as applicable. h.

It is likely that the move will be conducted under conditions of radio silence and darkness. TASK STANDARD: The Patrol must maintain a regular flow of traffic and prevent congestion on the route without compromising security IAW orders. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. the Troop may be made responsible for a section of the sector and be responsible to recce the route and proposed Waiting/ Halt areas. 2. Situation. Necessary Criteria 1. Chapter 4. Waiting Areas. positions for Troop vehicles. with emphasis on the following: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) routes in/out. Remarks 122 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The Patrol has been tasked to establish a Traffic Control Post (TCP) as part of a movement control organization. The Patrol executes battle procedure IAW BTS A0231000E. CONDITIONS: a. 2. and b. In addition. 1. alternate routes around the TCP. Given: (1) (2) c. Denied. Recces TCP location.Battle Task Standards T12304065E ESTABLISH A TRAFFIC CONTROL POST LEVEL: 2 (Patrol) PHASE: All References: Section 5. Enemy contact from air and ground forces is possible. and suitable LZ. EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Nil. and The Movement Order is provided. The Patrol: a. Armoured Recce TTP.

i. Recces detours and directs traffic over them if traffic on the main route becomes blocked. Establishes and maintains communications with the Sector HQ. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 123 . e. k. Prevents unauthorized military and civilian traffic from interfering with scheduled movement. Maintains close watch on the progress of the move and reports. detours. Ensures columns/serials/packets follow the designated route and block timings. Remarks d. flashlight. g. Helps to transmit and effect any alterations in orders to columns/serials/packets. The Patrol IAW orders: a. fighting order complete. as ordered. They are properly equipped to include personal weapon. Waiting and Halt areas. Sites Traffic Sentries at all directions from which traffic may be expected. Identifies and logs each packet/serial/column as they pass through the TCP. traffic baton and movement schedule. j. h. Reports any refugees activity which may effect the move. NBC IPE. f. l. c.Armoured Recce Necessary Criteria 3. b. to the Sector HQ. ensuring that local security of the TCP and patrol vehicles is maintained at all times. Recces the route within sector and identifies and marks alternate routes. Sites vehicles to provide security and assist in traffic control. and Reports on the condition of the route.

It collects and reports information covering the dominant and key terrain. CONDITIONS: a. Section 8. Picket and bypass policy.20. Likely enemy locations. d. Given: (1) (2) c. 2. B-GL-332-001/FP-001 Unit SOP. CAS. and Communications requirements. b. Remarks 124 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . It reacts to enemy forces as appropriate and maintains sufficient combat power to continue the mission. enemy forces within area. Situation. b. TASK STANDARD: The Recce Troop rapidly and tactically moves to the area. c. B.e. Chapter 2. The Recce Troop executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE with emphasis on the following points: a. Recce Engr parties). Enemy contact is possible or expected. Denied. and all other items of interest specified in orders. aviation and UAV assets. USOP 704.Battle Task Standards T13402055E RECONNOITRE AREA MOUNTED LEVEL: 3 (Recce Troop) PHASE: All References: A. The Recce Troop has received orders to conduct an area reconnaissance mounted to collect information and improve situational awareness on a designated area. Coordination with attached Troops (i. and At least one subordinate level of command. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. 1. e. Necessary Criteria 1. Nil. Armoured Recce TTP. Availability and range of direct and indirect fire.

MOVE TACTICALLY and ref A. Upon arrival. 6. The Recce Troop maintains contact with advancing friendly forces throughout the operation. the Recce Troop executes the area recce IAW ref A. 8. The Recce Troop ensures that forces do not become decisively engaged with enemy forces and become unavailable to carry on with the mission. The Recce Troop reports to higher headquarters on results of area recce IAW ref B. Remarks Functional BTS: T1232056E RECONNOITRE POINT MOUNTED T1233049E EXECUTE CALL FOR FIRE B-GL-383-002/PS-002 125 . 4. 3. 7. The Recce Troop moves rapidly and tactically IAW BTS A0343141E. 5. The Recce Troop conducts counter reconnaissance within capabilities. Maximum use is made of available aviation and UAV assets to gain required information.Armoured Recce Necessary Criteria 2. The Recce Troop accomplishes the mission within the time allocated by the comd.

2. Chapter 2. CAS. and B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks 126 . Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. USOP 704. and all other items of interest specified in orders within lateral boundaries. Recce Engr parties). The Recce Troop executes battle procedure IAW BTS A0341000E. Given: (1) (2) c. aviation and UAV assets. The Recce Troop moves tactically IAW BTS A03403141E MOVE TACTICALLY and the ref. Section 9. d.20. B. b. Enemy contact is possible or expected. Availability and range of direct and indirect fire. B-GL-332-001/FP-001 USOP. 2. 1. Nil. and b. It reacts to enemy forces as appropriate and maintains sufficient combat power to continue the mission. enemy forces. Coordination with attached Troops (i. Likely enemy locations. Picket and bypass policy. Armoured Recce TTP. It collects and reports information covering the dominant and key terrain. EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE with emphasis on the following points: a.e. CONDITIONS: a. Necessary Criteria 1. c. The Recce Troop has received orders to conduct zone reconnaissance mounted to collect information and improve situational awareness on a designated zone. and At least one subordinate level of command. Denied. Situation.Battle Task Standards T13402057E RECONNOITRE ZONE MOUNTED LEVEL: 3 (Recce Troop) PHASE: All References: A. TASK STANDARD: The Recce Troop tactically moves through the zone.

The Recce Troop ensures that forces do not become decisively engaged with enemy forces and become unavailable to carry on with the mission. 7. The Recce Troop reports to higher headquarters on results of zone recce IAW ref B. Maximum use is made of available aviation and UAV assets to gain required information. Upon arrival.Armoured Recce Necessary Criteria e. The Recce Troop conducts counter reconnaissance within capabilities. The Recce Troop accomplishes the mission within the time allocated by the comd. Functional BTS: T1232056E RECONNOITRE POINT MOUNTED T1233049E EXECUTE CALL FOR FIRE B-GL-383-002/PS-002 127 . Communications requirements. The Recce Troop maintains contact with advancing friendly forces throughout the operation. 6. 5. Remarks 3. 8. the Recce Troop executes the zone recce IAW ref A. 4.

TASK STANDARD: The Recce Troop executes NBC Reconnaissance to obtain information by visual observation or other methods. Necessary Criteria 1. the following actions should be considered in planning and preparing for NBC reconnaissance operations: a. associated hazards. It may include gathering information on enemy use of NBC weapons. CONDITIONS: a. edition 5). or meteorological data. EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Continuously coordinate with other units within formation area boundaries. to confirm or deny the presence of NBC hazards or attacks including information on the presence or release of hazardous substances from the natural and industrial hazard potential. 2. c. Warning Order and Orders to include the ISTAR Matrix and Plan from one level of command higher. Given: (1) (2) c. Zone) as defined by the Recce Troop HQ. 128 Remarks Identify areas of interest for NBC recce. The Recce Troop has been tasked to obtain information by visual observation or other methods. Nil. Pre-position (if nesc) NBC recce assets to support B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The Recce Troop executes battle procedure IAW BTS A0341000E. to confirm or deny the presence of NBC hazards or attacks including information on the presence or release of hazardous substances from the natural and industrial hazard potential. b. As a minimum. Area. Denied. Considerations for planning and preparing for NBC reconnaissance are based on the mission (Route.Battle Task Standards T13402059S EXECUTE NBC RECONNAISSANCE LEVEL: 3 (Recce Troop) PHASE: All Reference: STANAG 2112 NBC Reconnaissance (Study Draft 2. Situation. and At least one subordinate level of command. b. 1.

and (2) c. i. RECONNOITRE AREA MOUNTED: B-GL-383-002/PS-002 129 . d. b. Remarks 2. T13402057E. Assess the time and distance factors for the conduct of NBC recce operations. Orient NBC recce on the presence or absence of NBC contamination in areas of interest. j.Armoured Recce Necessary Criteria requirements. Establish command or support relationships to ensure responsiveness and flexibility to the supported unit. T13402055E. h. and Plan for security to protect the NBC recce assets. Orient mission execution on providing timely notification of critical information to support tactical decisions. T13402054E. RECONNOITRE ROUTE MOUNTED: (1) (2) NBC route reconnaissance is a directed effort to obtain information along a specific route. f. Plan for resupply (logistics) activities to sustain NBC recce operations. Determine possible locations for after mission decontamination. an NBC zone recce is performed to determine the suitability for large unit assembly areas or logistic bases. g. NBC route recce is typically conducted as part of the overall operation and is appropriate when the comd feels there is a high likelihood of contamination along the route. e. NBC Reconnaissance is a specific task that is executed IAW the following associated BTS: a. RECONNOITRE ZONE MOUNTED: (1) NBC zone reconnaissance is a directed effort to obtain detailed information on NBC hazards within a specified zone. and Typically.

Remarks (2) 3. when. 5. 4. Coordinate with higher HQ to assist in focussing where. Develop the situation rapidly. and determine the location of any contamination. EXECUTE NBC SURVEY to define the boundaries of the contamination.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria (1) NBC area reconnaissance is a directed effort to obtain detailed information concerning a specific area. how and what type of NBC threat the element is likely to encounter. Reconnoitre the route. d. MOVE TACTICALLY. b. The Recce Troop deploys to assigned area IAW BTS A03403141E. Consider capability of each sub element based on equipment/capability available to the sub elements. Orient the Threat. d. Locate and mark bypass routes if contamination is encountered. b. Avoid contact with threat forces. This mission typically is assigned when employing a unit to reconnoitre a reported NBC attack area. Report and mark all NBC hazards along the route. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 130 . c. c. the following options are available: (1) Conduct an NBC survey IAW BTS A0462060S. and Maximize the capability of NBC Reconnaissance. Report all information rapidly and accurately. Possible bypass routes or gaps must be quickly identified to enable the higher HQ to make decisions. e. Once contamination is detected. The Recce Troop’s conduct of NBC Reconnaissance operations should adhere to the following five fundamentals: a. The critical tasks that must be must be accomplished during a route recce are as follows: a.

Mark contaminated areas. Report the NBC survey results to the tasking comd. f. Based on time and the element’s higher HQ intent. and Continue the mission. Report all information. Locate routes to bypass contamination. Locate all commercial chemical. c. d. b. and Continue the mission. Check all water sources for contamination. biological. i. Locate all possible contamination within the zone. the recce element has the following options: (1) (2) (3) (4) Conduct an NBC survey to define the boundaries of the contamination. radiological and nuclear facilities. Remarks 6. g. Reconnoitre all terrain within the zone for contamination. Locate all previously reported NBC attack areas and determine if there is still a hazard. The critical tasks are: a. Report the NBC survey results to the tasking comd. Terminate the mission and move to the coordinated decon point. h. Critical tasks must be accomplished during a zone recce unless specifically directed otherwise by the element’s comd.Armoured Recce Necessary Criteria (2) (3) (4) (5) Locate and mark clear bypass routes. Once contamination is detected. Terminate the mission and move to the coordinated decon point. e. the element’s comd may direct the reconnaissance toward specific information only. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 131 .

On completion of the reconnaissance the Recce Troop submits the appropriate report. Locate and mark all NBC hazards within the area. Remarks 8. b. During an NBC area reconnaissance. and Report all information. c. d. Functional BTS: Nil 132 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Locate bypass routes around identified contaminated areas. Reconnoitre all terrain within the area.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 7. the critical tasks are: a.

the tactical situation and recording and reporting requirements. level of contamination acceptable.Armoured Recce T13402060S EXECUTE NBC SURVEY LEVEL: 3 (Recce Troop) PHASE: All References: A. 2. 1. Timing for this event is dependant upon the configuration of the element (dismounted.01. dependent upon the type of suspected contamination to be encountered. B-GL-332-001/FP-001. B-GL-300-001/FP-000. CF Operations for NBCD in Operations. CONDITIONS: a. MOPP1 has been adopted. The Recce Troop is conducting normal duties. USOP 501. Upon order personnel begin survey of assigned area. Situation. mounted or mixed). Because of the warning the most appropriate stage of personal protection e. Land Operations (Draft). B-GG-005-004/AF-011 (Book 1 of 2). Given: (1) Orders from one level of command higher detailing characteristics of suspected or known contaminants. chemical or biological agents: a. Denied. D. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 133 . TASK STANDARD: On order the Recce Troop’s survey team(s).06. Necessary Criteria 1. 07 & 08 and TAM 504. begin surveillance of their designated area. Unit Standing Operating Procedures and Tactical Aide-Memoire. (2) c. Success is achieved when the survey team reports that the area has been properly marked or is free of contamination.e. chemical or biological agents had been issued and the element’s monitoring devices and sentries have been activated. location of suspected area. b. Additional resources. b. A warning of the use of radiological. C. depth of the contaminated area. Own survey equipment only. wearing the IPE. Ensure that survey team personnel are appropriately protected i. B. B-GG-005-004/AF-011 (Book 2 of 2).g. terrain and weather. CF Operations for NBCD in Operations. The Recce Troop will prepare its survey team(s) to search for contamination from either radiological.

Element is to consolidate survey team reports and forward as required. e. and If necessary ensure survey team(s) receive the appropriate level of decontamination upon completion of the survey. f. c.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria Ensure navigation waypoints and report lines are used. Change survey teams with alternates as required (dependent upon climatic and work conditions. d. Level of acceptable radiological contamination is not to be exceeded. g. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil 134 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The contaminated area should be signed accordingly.

Nil. Armour TTP. 3. but not limited to: a. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 135 . Situation. Fills up with POL. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations (Interim). B. Breaks down ammo if necessary. Picks up rations. Necessary Criteria 1. b. 2. Section 4. c. Given. c. the Troop moves tactically to and enters the re-supply location IAW orders. Section 3. The Troop moves through the running re-supply chain and receives commodities. The Troop carries out concurrent activities throughout to include. The Troop is conducting tactical operations and has been directed to receive supplies or has determined that re-supply is necessary. b. CONDITIONS: a. Submits Vehicle State and ADREP. IAW BTS A03403141E. 2. TASK STANDARD: The Troop successfully completes re-supply operations IAW orders to replenish its basic load of combat supplies while maintaining security. The next higher HQ may designate a re-supply location or the element may be responsible to coordinate a location with the A1 Echelon or supply element. e. 1. Exchanges water cans. Orders from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness information. and Denied. Part 4.Armoured Recce T13405083E PERFORM RUNNING RE-SUPPLY LEVEL: 3 (Troop) PHASE: All References: A. Chapter 6. MOVE TACTICALLY. d.

The troop maintains security by adhering to noise and light discipline SOP. Conducts limited vehicle maintenance (if practical).Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria f. g. h. Functional BTS: Nil 136 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Remarks 4. mail. and Conducts crew replacement if applicable. Turns over garbage. Picks up ADREP items such as personnel equipment. canteen supplies etc. i. parts.

1. A CP is required to receive. Multiple tasked subordinate elements. CONDITIONS: a. and other supporting documentation /records. Denied. Nil. TASK STANDARD: The CP facilitates the effective control of subunit operations through the maintenance of continuous voice and data communications with required internal and external elements. c. Necessary Criteria 1. The communications configuration is established and B-GL-383-002/PS-002 137 Remarks b. 2. B-GL-332-001/FP-001 Unit SOP. b. Situation. Higher active command net (real or simulated). Given: (1) (2) (3) c. collate and send information up and down the chain of command. The site selected permits good communications with higher headquarters and subordinate elements. taking into account all siting and security factors: a. DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. The CP security is established and maintained IAW BTS A04604042E. messages. The Squadron Headquarters establishes and maintains the CP. ideally without need for an RRB station and CP is screened from enemy EW devices. and the maintenance of all orders. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher.Armoured Recce SQUADRON T14601062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP LEVEL: 4 (Squadron) PHASE: All Reference: USOP 202. maps. CP is concealed and protected from any indirect fire threats and accessible by vehicles. .

e. f. The CP is prepared for quick deployment to insure stepup CP functions. meeting all operational and technical requirements. d. and The CP assists in the maintenance of a SITUATIONAL AWARENESS IAW BTS A04601004E. including a remote capability when available. MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS by mean of communications with lower and higher command level. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil 138 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . using proper radio procedures.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria provided for the CP. CP establishes and maintains communication.

Civilian authorities for the search. f. TASK STANDARD: The Recce Squadron isolates the designated area by cordoning it off and assists in the systematic search of the area. The Recce Squadron is task tailored for the operation. 1. Given: (1) (2) c. The Recce Squadron must isolate and support a search of an area. B. Headquarters. EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE with emphasis on coordination and liaison with the civilian authorities. 2. 2. Escorts. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Appendix 3. d. IAW ref.Armoured Recce T14773069E EXECUTE A CORDON AND SEARCH OPERATION LEVEL: 4 (Recce Squadron) PHASE: OOTW References: A. e. task tailoring should include: a. Denied. Outer Cordon. B-GJ-005-006/FP-090 Crowd Confrontation Operations. CONDITIONS: a. b. and Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 139 . The Recce Squadron executes battle procedure IAW A0461000E. Necessary Criteria 1. Holding Parties. Inner Cordon. c. Search Parties. The search locates the required personnel or material or confirms the absence thereof. Infantry School TTP—Cordon and Search Operations. b. Annex B. Situation. Nil.

Vehicles and personnel are searched IAW techniques described in ref. The Cordon stage occurs as follows: a. b. Reserves.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria g. Remarks 3. The Recce Squadron moves from the Forward RV to establish the cordon quickly and personnel adopt the ‘on guard’ position. Designated Squadron personnel assist the civilian authorities in the execution of the search by providing protection and preventing escape. and Should the cordon need to be in position for a long period. The Recce Squadron moves to the Forward RV and surprise is maintained during that move. c. Functional BTS: Nil 140 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The Search stage occurs as follows: a. the cordon may be thinned out so long as observation and reserves are maintained. c. The Cordon comd checks the cordon to ensure that it is complete. The Recce Squadron reacts appropriately to contingencies. 4. d. b.

TASK STANDARD: The Recce Squadron executes RAS within designated boundaries. c. CONDITIONS: a. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 141 . The Recce Squadron is tasked to execute Rear Area Security (RAS) as the manoeuvre force grouped OPCOM to a higher headquarters that has been tasked to Direct Rear Area Operations. Given: (1) (2) (3) Warning Order and Orders from one or two levels of command higher. Nil. RAS as a secondary task cannot be conducted concurrent with other operations/tasks due to resource limitations. Armoured Recce TTP. The Recce Squadron executes battle procedure IAW BTS A04601000E. EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE.Armoured Recce T14704070E EXECUTE REAR AREA SECURITY (RAS) LEVEL: 4 (Recce Squadron) PHASE: All References: A. Chapter 7. Coordination with the higher headquarters’ RAS coordination cell to include information on the local defence plans of each unit located in the rear area. Section 4. denying the enemy the ability to influence friendly actions and activities in the formation’s rear area. Determining: Key terrain within the area. The Recce Squadron can conduct a RAS task if it is the only task allocated during an operation. Chapter 3. with emphasis on the following points as required: a. Necessary Criteria 1. B-GL-394-002/FP-001 The Reconnaissance Squadron in Battle. Situation. 1. 2. Denied. b. 2. b. B. At least one subordinate level of command.

Likely enemy Drop Zones (DZ) and Landing Zones (LZ). controlling civilian population and refugees in concert with Military Police. maintaining a Quick Reaction Force (QRF) to react quickly against any sizable enemy threat. Remarks h. The Recce Squadron comd organizes the RAS element into three general components: a. civilian police and civil authorities as applicable. maintaining effective surveillance of Named Areas of Interest (NAI) and other areas of concern. protecting critical installations. planning and rehearsing contingency plans by day and night to include the designation of killing zones. Supporting arms allocated to execute RAS. Key Main Supply Routes (MSR) and lines of communications. including available indirect fire. e. 4. 3. and the coordination of fire plans and AD support. Likely bases for guerrillas or infiltrators. Main Force—this force executes tasks that could include: 142 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . g. blocking positions and routes. b. and The location of all friendly units situated in the rear area. c. Planning to include the following: a. e. MSRs and lines of communications and alert and warning systems. g. d. maintaining effective liaison with units and installations in the rear area.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria c. Locations of headquarters and installations. aviation. monitoring the RAS command net. f. f. h. UAV and Air Defence (AD) support. and planning for logistical concerns. d.

Convoy Escort (see BTS T1474068E. QRF—this force is constituted to in order to respond rapidly to enemy encroachments and actions. Functional BTS: T0461062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP A0344064E ESTABLISH A ROADBLOCK / CHECKPOINT A0461098E EXECUTE LIAISON B-GL-383-002/PS-002 143 . Protection of key installations and facilities. Standing Patrols along important routes. c. EXECUTE A CONVOY ESCORT). Traffic Control (see BTS T1474066E. and Reserve—this force should be constituted. separate from the QRF.Armoured Recce Necessary Criteria (1) Observation Posts (OP) to conduct surveillance over NAIs (see BTS T12302062E / T1340102062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN OP). to react to unforeseen contingencies and requirements. MSRs and lines of communications. EXECUTE TRAFFIC CONTROL). Remarks (2) (3) (4) (5) b.

The Echelon places commodities into a workable layout that ensures rapid/efficient distribution. b. TASK STANDARD: The Squadron successfully executes re-supply operations IAW orders to replenish its basic load of combat supplies while maintaining security. Given. Chapter 6. CONDITIONS: a. Section 4. The Squadron has determined that re-supply is necessary or possible. Section 3. the Echelon selects a tactically suitable area which: a. PERFORMS RUNNING RE-SUPPLY.Battle Task Standards T14605084E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A RUNNING RE-SUPPLY LEVEL: 4 (Squadron (Echelon)) PHASE: All References: A. c. The Echelon prepares and transmits RUNNING REPLENISHMENT Orders. Situation. Functional BTS: Nil 144 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Part 4. B. Remarks 2. Orders from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness information. Necessary Criteria 1. The Echelon ensures security of the area and the provision of guides. Armour TTP. Offers concealment. 4. The Echelon coordinates the distribution of commodities IAW BTS T03405083E. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations (Interim). Nil. 2. 3. b. 5. IAW ref B. c. Is defendable. Denied. and Allows for easy accessability and dispersion. IAW ref A and ref B. 1.

2. Assumptions. especially the Field Artillery. or 155mm indirect fire units. 105mm and 155mm indirect fire units).Battle Task Standards CHAPTER 4 ARTILLERY 1. 105mm. requires progressive live training at Levels Two to Four (from Troop to Regimental level) prior to providing live Artillery support to manoeuvre elements. and Recce and Depl is only a level 2 task. b. 3. There are some BTS for Field Artillery elements that apply to multiple levels. This chapter includes BTS associated with Field Artillery (including 81mm. It is done at level 3 but is still only a level 2 task due to the size of the Recce Detachment. Air Defence BTS are contained in the DFS Chapter. c. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 145 . The following has been assumed: a. An FE Detachment is considered an FSCC for the purposes of BTS (Conduct Fire Support Coordination). It should be acknowledged that Artillery Training. A Battery refers to 81mm. d. 4. Field Artillery Batteries will be considered as Level Three organizations.

The CP is briefed and implements the local defence plan IAW BTS A02304174E. EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE.Battle Task Standards COMMON TO MULTIPLE LEVELS G22311155E / G22411155E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN ARTILLERY COMMAND POST (CP) LEVEL: 2 (CP) PHASE: All Warfighting References: A. Chapters 4 and 7. and Denied. 4. 3. 146 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . TASK STANDARD: The CP is established and maintains communications and the required nets without violations of OPSEC. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Remarks This BTS applies to both Regimental and Battery CPs. CIG DIRECTIVES. 6. b. 7. 2. Nil. Accurate firing data is produced and relayed to the Gun Lines or Battery CPs as ordered. and Det sized element. B-GL-371-004-FP-001 Duties at RHQ and the Gun Posn. Warning Order and Orders from one level higher. Multiple tasked elements operating on the net. 2. B. The CP produces firing data as ordered. The Battery is being deployed. 5. The CP maintains control of the appropriate command net(s). Necessary Criteria 1. 1. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. The CP conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The CP is prepared to execute assigned tasks. The CP establishes communications on all required nets IAW BTS A02304042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. The CP submits reports and returns IAW refs.

The CP maintains situational awareness and reports information of technical and tactical importance. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 147 .Artillery Necessary Criteria 8. 9. The CP maintains and updates all technical data.

3. B. CIG DIRECTIVES. b. 1. 2. Nil. CONDITIONS: a. and Denied. TASK STANDARD: The FSCC is established. DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. B-GL-371-001-FP-001 Field Artillery Doctrine. Section 5. The FSCC establishes and maintains communications on all required nets IAW BTS A02304042E.Battle Task Standards G22311154 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIRE SUPPORT COORDINATION CENTRE (FSCC) LEVEL: 2 (FSCC) PHASE: All Warfighting References: A. and Det sized element. The FSCC maintains situational awareness and reports information of tactical importance. Orders from one level higher. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 148 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The FSCC maintains communications on the required nets without violations of OPSEC. B-GL-371-002-FP-001 Duties of the Battery Comd and the Observer. Situation. The FSCC is conducting tactical operations. C. 2. EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Chapter 4. The FSCC conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E. Chapter 4. Necessary Criteria 1. Given: (1) (2) c.

The FSCC shall: a. Orders from one level higher. Chapter 4. Coordinate the targeting process. The FSCC shall maintain situational awareness at all times. Section 5. CIG DIRECTIVES. EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Manoeuvre plan. 5. Plan the allocation of arty ammunition. Plan the employment of observers and other observation resources to sp the manoeuvre plan. Establish and operate a FSCC IAW BTS G22411154E. Nil. 2. CONDITIONS: a. B. b.Artillery G23613159E EXECUTE FIRE SUPPORT COORDINATION LEVEL: 3 (Battery) PHASE: All Warfighting References: A. Necessary Criteria 1. 3. 4. c. designs and executes fire support coordination in order to provide effective fire support for the supported comd’s plan. Situation. B-GL-371-002-FP-001 Duties of the Battery Comd and the Observer. 2. The FSCC is established with a supported headquarters. 1. and Fire support elements as assigned. and Denied. ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FSCC. b. The FSCC advises the manoeuvre comd on available fire support assets. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 149 Remarks . The FSCC conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E. TASK STANDARD: The FSCC plans. Given: (1) (2) (3) c.

Ensure all direct and fire support assets are synchronized with the manoeuvre plan. as required. and Disseminate information of tactical importance. e. on the inherent risk to friendly forces when employing fire support assets. Remarks Functional BTS: G22311154E ESTABLISH AN FSCC 150 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . f. Advise.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria d.

5. C. B-GL-371-004/FP-001 Field Artillery. The Battery is tactically deployed in a gun position or hide and receives movement orders. Necessary Criteria 1. and Recce det complete. 1.Artillery DETACHMENT G22311153E EXECUTE RECONNAISSANCE OF A GUN POSITION LEVEL: 2 (Recce Detachment) PHASE: All Warfighting References: A. EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Given: (1) (2) c. Duties at Regimental Headquarters and the Gun Position. 8. Orders from one level higher. The Recce Detachment records the gun and conducts a check bearing. Situation. Chapter 2. 2. 5. Nil. 6. The Recce Detachment conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E. 9. B-GL-371-005/FP-001 Field Artillery Instruments. Section 2. 3. The Recce Detachment moves to the recce RV in accordance with orders. 4. b. 2. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 151 . B. Denied. The Recce Detachment prepares the gun position IAW orders. Chapter 3. CIG DIRECTIVES. CONDITIONS: a. The Recce Detachment receives the recce brief on the plan. TASK STANDARD: The Recce Detachment reconnoitres and prepares a gun position IAW the directed degree of preparation and without jeopardizing the Battery’s Time To Be Ready. and 15.

The OP maintains situational awareness. The OP calls for fire IAW refs. B-GL-371-002/FP-001 Field Artillery. Orders from one level higher. Chapters 2. Section 2-4. B-GL-371-004/FP-001 Field Artillery. 4. CIG DIRECTIVES. b. Chapter 1. Tactical information is reported in a timely manner. 6. and Denied. B. TASK STANDARD: The OP is established and maintains effective communications on all required nets. The OP conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E. 5. 3. Nil. The OP is conducting tactical ops. and Chapter 2. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. The OP establishes and maintains communications on all required nets. Functional BTS: Nil 152 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . 3. Duties at Regimental Headquarters and the Gun Position. The OP provides a SITREP upon completion of the fire support. Chapters 4 and 5. and Det sized element. NB: OPV Doctrine not yet available 1. 2. and records and reports tactical information. Duties of the Battery Commander and Observer. 6. CONDITIONS: a. EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The OP is established IAW ref A and shall be tactically and technically sound. Situation.Battle Task Standards G22312052E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN ARTILLERY OBSERVATION POST LEVEL: 2 (FE Detachment) PHASE: All Warfighting References: A. 2. B-GL-371-005/FP-001 Field Artillery Instruments. OPFOR. Necessary Criteria 1. and 14.

4. EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Gun Drill 105mm Howitzer LG1 MK2. Denied. The Gun Detachment conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E. Gun Drill 155 mm Howitzer M777A1. TASK STANDARD: The Gun Detachment engages targets with direct fire IAW orders. C. B-GL-371-004/FP-001 Field Artillery. Necessary preparations are made for the engagement IAW refs. D. Orders are issued and drills carried out IAW ref A and the applicable Gun Drill manual. and Det sized element. E. Given: (1) (2) c. B-GL-371-015/FP-001 Field Artillery. Orders from one level higher. Chapter 5. B. Situation. Gun Drill 105mm Howitzer C3. B-GL-371-008/FP-001 Field Artillery. Sections 10 and 13. Necessary Criteria Remarks 1. 2. CONDITIONS: a. The Gun Detachment or Gun Line comes under threat from ground forces. The Gun Detachment maintains situational awareness and reports information of tactical importance. Nil. Duties at Regimental Headquarters and the Gun Position.Artillery G22313152E EXECUTE A DIRECT FIRE MISSION LEVEL: 2 (Gun Detachment) PHASE: All Warfighting References: A. b. Functional BTS: G22313151E DEPLOY AND OPERATE A HOWITZER/MORTAR B-GL-383-002/PS-002 153 . 2. CIG Directives 1. 3.

2. and C. B-GL-371-004/FP-001 Duties at the Regimental HQ and Gun Position. TASK STANDARD: The Detachment operates a howitzer / mortar safely and effectively IAW refs A. Local defence is initiated IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Gun Drill. F. The Detachment handles ammunition IAW the refs. B. Given: (1) (2) c.Battle Task Standards G22313151E DEPLOY AND OPERATE A HOWITZER / MORTAR LEVEL: 2 (Gun Detachment / Mortar Detachment) PHASE: All Warfighting References: A. 6. B-GL-371-015/FP-001 Field Artillery. 8. Gun Drill 105mm Howitzer C3. b. FAS Mortar Précis (Draft). The Detachment carries out a “PREPARE FOR ACTION” as ordered. 1. Situation. The Detachment lays the howitzer / mortar in the centre of arc. Orders from one level higher. The Detachment comes into action IAW orders. The Detachment is conducting tactical ops. The Detachment conducts a check bearing. 2. EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. B. 5. Necessary Criteria 1. Remarks 154 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 4. Chapter 4. 3. Denied. “Prepare for action” applicable to 105mm and 155mm howitzers only. B-GL-371-008/FP-001 Field Artillery. 7. Nil. The Detachment conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E. CONDITIONS: a. and Det sized element. The Detachment records the howitzer / mortar in the centre of arc. LG1 MK2. E. C. CIG DIRECTIVES. D. Gun Drill 155 mm Howitzer M777A1.

On the order “CEASE FIRING” the Detachment brings the howitzer / mortar out of action IAW orders.Artillery Necessary Criteria 9. 10. The Detachment reacts to fire orders. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 155 .

Gun or Mortar Detachments are deployed IAW BTS G22313151E. CONDITIONS: a.Battle Task Standards BATTERY G23413157E EXECUTE A FIRE PLAN LEVEL: 3 (Battery) PHASE: All Warfighting References: A. B-GL-371-004-FP-001 Duties at RHQ and the Gun Posn. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Orders from one level higher. Chapter 6. safety considerations are maintained and the fire plan is coordinated with the manoeuvre comd’s plan. Attack Helicopters. 4. TASK STANDARD: The Battery executes a fire plan that meets ordered timings. Chapter 5. Battle procedure is conducted IAW BTS A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. CAS and NGFS) in the fire plan if available. Denied. CIG DIRECTIVES. 2. Additional fire support measures are included (i. Chapter 5. CPs deployed. and Fire support elements are available. Tactical groups deployed. C. Nil. b. Necessary Criteria 1.e. 2. The Battery(s) is deployed on tactical operations. 3. B. B-GL-371-003 Field Artillery Operational Procedures. 1. A fire plan is generated and disseminated IAW ref A and D. Section 5. Remarks 156 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . B-GL-371-002-FP-001 Duties of the Battery Comd and the Observer. Situation. Manoeuvre plan is provided. targets are engaged accurately. D.

Remarks Functional BTS: G23413158E EXECUTE INDIRECT FIRE MISSIONS B-GL-383-002/PS-002 157 . Identify and minimize risk to friendly forces. e. Be tactically sound. 5. d. and Be on time and on target. b. The plan shall: a.Artillery Necessary Criteria DEPLOY AND OPERATE A HOWITZER-MORTAR. Be technically correct. Be conducted IAW safety procedures. The Battery CPs. RCP and FSCCs assist in the execution of the fire plan IAW with refs. c. 6.

and Fire support elements available. 2. CPs deployed. C. The howitzer(s) / mortar(s) respond to fire orders IAW BTS G22313151E. 1. b. 2. Chapters 4 and 5. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. Nil. Target. TASK STANDARD: The Battery executes an indirect fire mission successfully in that there are no safety violations and the desired effect is generated on the target. Functional BTS: G2242052E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN ARTY OP Remarks RCP involvement as required IAW ref B. An OP generates and conducts a fire mission IAW ref A and C. Necessary Criteria 1. B. Tactical groups deployed. A target is located for attack by indirect fire. ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN ARTY CP. 3. DEPLOY AND OPERATE A HOWITZER / MORTAR. B-GL-371-002-FP-001 Duties of the Battery Comd and the Observer.Battle Task Standards G23413158E EXECUTE INDIRECT FIRE MISSIONS LEVEL: 3 (Battery) PHASE: All Warfighting References: A. Chapters 2 and 3. CONDITIONS: a. CIG DIRECTIVES. Denied. B-GL-371-004-FP-001 Duties at RHQ and the Gun Posn. Situation. The CP produces firing data IAW BTS G22411155E. 158 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

5. EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. CIG DIRECTIVES 1. MOVE TACTICALLY. B. ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN ARTY CP.Artillery G23413156E DEPLOY AND OPERATE A BATTERY LEVEL: 3 (Battery) PHASE: All Warfighting References: A. b. 7. Situation. The Battery is prepared to fire all relevant types of fire missions and B-GL-383-002/PS-002 159 . Engineer support for local defence. EXECUTE RECONNAISSANCE OF A GUN POSITION. Either a light. The Recce Party executes a recce of the Gun Position IAW BTS G22411153E. medium or mortar battery. Move orders from one level higher. 3. The Gun Detachments deploy IAW BTS G22313151E. Necessary Criteria Remarks 1. The Battery is conducting tactical operations. 2. Occupation is completed IAW ref B. Nil. B-GL-371-004/FP-001 Duties at RHQ and the Gun Posn. and Potential hostile action. The Battery moves from its original location to the new position IAW BTS A04603141E. Chapter 3. 2. DEPLOY AND OPERATE A HOWITZER / MORTAR. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. TASK STANDARD: The Battery deploys and meets the directed TTBR. 4. The Battery conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A04601000E. The CP is established IAW BTS G22311155E. CONDITIONS: a. 6. and Denied.

8. 9. COORDINATE INTEGRAL CSS and the arty ammunition resupply is coordinated IAW BTS A04605303E. Execute local defence IAW BTS A04604174E. EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. EXECUTE REPLENISHMENT.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria level 3 fire plans. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 160 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The Battery’s CSS requirements are organized IAW BTS A04601186E.

Non-artillery fire support is integrated IAW Chapter 4 of reference B. is IAW Chapter 4 of reference C. Fire support planning for all operations follows guidelines IAW Chapters 8 to 14 of reference C. The fire support planning process. b. and Presence of the supported element comd. Orders for the fire support plan are prepared IAW Chapter 4 Annex C of reference C. B-GL-371-002-FP-001 Duties of the Battery Commander and the Observer. 2. including the manoeuvre. 4. with particular attention to annexes A and B. Consideration can be given to Chapters 5 and 6 of reference A. B-GL-371-004-FP-001 Duties at RHQ and the Gun Posn. 3. The brigade has been deployed. 2. D. This is so that specific TTP for each respective operation can be exercised as they differ from one to the other. CONDITIONS: a. and advisors. ISTAR. integrated and executable. Tactical plan of the supported element. Information will be collated through the IPB process as described in Chapter 4 Section 2 of reference C. Situation. B-GL-371-003 Field Artillery Operational Procedures. Given: (1) (2) c.Artillery REGIMENT G24711162S COMMAND AND CONTROL FIRE SUPPORT LEVEL: 4 (Artillery Regiment) PHASE: All Warfighting References: A. B. 1. C. 5. Necessary Criteria 1. HQ. including targeting coordination. and Denied Nil. barrier and targeting plans. Remarks This BTS should be repeated for each type of operation that forms part of the comd’s training direction. TASK STANDARD: Fire support is successful if it is effective. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 161 . B-GL-371-001/FP-001 Field Artillery Doctrine.

Fire support coordination is effected following terms described in Chapter 4 of reference A.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 6. Remarks Functional BTS: G24713157S EXECUTE A FIRE PLAN G24711163S ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN A REGIMENTAL COMMUNICATIONS ARCHITECTURE 162 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

Nil. B-GL-371-003/FP-001 Field Artillery Operational Procedures. B. B-GL-371-004/FP-001 Duties at RHQ and the Gun Posn. The responsibilities for establishing a regimental communication architecture are IAW the duties of the RCPO and Signals Officer in Chapter 2 of reference B. 4. B-GL-321-001/FT-001 Signals in Battle—Principles and Employment. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. 2. b. 2. Remarks 3. The RCP is sited IAW Chap 3 Section 2 of reference B. The infrastructure of regimental communications is IAW Chapter 7 of reference B and Chapter 3 of reference A. Denied. It also respects the guidelines of reference C. Higher HQ. Necessary Criteria 1. The RCP maintains fire discipline IAW Chapter 4 of reference B. The brigade is deployed. All CPs and FSCCs are established and operated IAW: a. 6. b. Given: (1) (2) c. and Subordinate CPs and FSCCs. Communication procedures follow chapter 7 of reference B. and BTS G22311154S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN FSCC.Artillery G24711163S ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN A FIRE SUPPORT COMMUNICATION ARCHITECTURE LEVEL: 4 (Artillery Regiment) PHASE: All Warfighting References: A. 5. BTS G22311155S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN ARTILLERY CP. C. 1. TASK STANDARD: The communication architecture permits effective command and control of fire support. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 163 .

DEPLOY AND OPERATE A BATTERY. CONDITIONS: a. 6. Chapter 5. EXECUTE OPP. 2. Chapter 5.Battle Task Standards G24713157S EXECUTE A FIRE PLAN LEVEL: 4 (Artillery Regiment) PHASE: All Warfighting References: A. Batteries are deployed IAW BTS G23413156E. A fire plan is generated and disseminated IAW ref A and D. Denied Nil. targets are engaged accurately. Chapter 6. CPs deployed. C. 2.e. CAS and NGFS) in the fire plan if available. Attack Helicopters. The plan shall: 164 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . 1. B. OPP is conducted IAW BTS A07701001E. Tactical groups deployed. B-GL-371-004-FP-001 Duties at RHQ and the Gun Posn. 5. Manoeuvre plan is provided. B-GL-371-002-FP-001 Duties of the Battery Comd and the Observer. b. Additional fire support measures are included (i. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. RCP and FSCCs assist in the execution of the fire plan IAW with refs. The Battery CPs. Necessary Criteria 1. 3. CIG DIRECTIVES. TASK STANDARD: The Brigade executes a fire plan that meets ordered timings. Section 5. D. Orders from one level higher. The Brigade is deployed on tactical operations. 4. B-GL-371-003 Field Artillery Operational Procedures. Fire support elements are available. Situation. safety considerations are maintained and the fire plan is coordinated with the manoeuvre comd’s plan.

Be conducted IAW safety procedures. e. Be technically correct. and Be on time and on target.Artillery Necessary Criteria a. c. d. Identify and minimize risk to friendly forces. b. Be tactically sound. Remarks Functional BTS: G24713159S EXECUTE FIRE SUPPORT COORDINATION G24714165S EXECUTE COUNTER-FIRE OPERATIONS B-GL-383-002/PS-002 165 .

B. Chapter 4. The FSCC advises the manoeuvre comd on available fire support assets. Fire support elements as assigned. 2. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Plan the allocation of arty ammunition. 166 Remarks Plan the employment of observers and other observation resources to sp the manoeuvre plan. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. 5. 2. The FSCC is established with a supported headquarters. b. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. The FSCC conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E. TASK STANDARD: The FSCC plans. c. Orders from one level higher. Section 5. 1. EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Necessary Criteria 1. b. B-GL-371-002-FP-001 Duties of the Battery Comd and the Observer. designs and executes fire support coordination in order to provide effective fire support for the supported comd’s plan. 3.Battle Task Standards G24713159E EXECUTE FIRE SUPPORT COORDINATION LEVEL: 4 (Artillery Regiment) PHASE: All Warfighting References: A. Manoeuvre plan. Establish and operate a FSCC IAW BTS G22411154E. Coordinate the targeting process. Denied. The FSCC shall maintain situational awareness at all times. 4. The FSCC shall: a. CIG DIRECTIVES. Nil. ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FSCC.

Artillery Necessary Criteria d. and Disseminate information of tactical importance. Ensure all direct and fire support assets are synchronized with the manoeuvre plan. Remarks Functional BTS: G22311154E ESTABLISH AN FSCC B-GL-383-002/PS-002 167 . f. on the inherent risk to friendly forces when employing fire support assets. e. as required. Advise.

3. 2. or Suppression. using either its integral assets or information provided from other ISTAR assets or a call for fire. Situation. Destruction. Neutralization. Chapter 1. c. The Brigade. coordinates fire support assets to prepare a fire mission on the target IAW ref. b. neutralizes or suppresses the OPFOR firing batteries in support of the Comd’s intent. 2. Denied. Subject interference must be eliminated or reduced to set the conditions for the successful achievement of the mission. Subordinate batteries. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil 168 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Necessary Criteria 1. The fire support elements execute fire mission(s) in order to generate the desired effect on the target as follows: a. Warning Order and Orders from at least one level of command higher. locates the OPFOR batteries. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. in response to a call for fire or target location. Feeds ISTAR assets at the Brigade or higher levels.Battle Task Standards G24714165S EXECUTE COUNTER-FIRE OPERATIONS LEVEL: 4 (Artillery Regiment) PHASE: All Reference: Section 5.e 1. b. Additional Resources. CONDITIONS: a. TASK STANDARD: The Brigade destroys. and Chapters 5 and 6. Field Artillery Doctrin. Enemy fire support assets are interfering with operations. The Brigade FSCC.

c.Artillery SURVEILLANCE AND TARGET ACQUISITION 1. b. d. a STA battery will consist of: a. e. G23613159E EXECUTE FIRE SUPPORT COORDINATION – Artillery Tactical Group. It must be noted. 2. G22311154 ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIRE SUPPORT COORDINATION CENTRE (FSCC) – Artillery Tactical Group. CONTROL AND EMPLOYMENT. According to the draft STA battery TTP. an acoustic weapon locating (AWL) troop. that these BTS are intended to be modular at Level 2. c. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 169 . an artillery tactical group with three FOO parties. Both provide a doctrinal framework for the creation of BTS. in that there may be only a generic STA troop with “plug and play” sensor systems. The artillery tactical group will use some of the same BTS as their gun battery counterparts as follows: a. however. a weapons locating radar (WLR) troop. 3. and G22312052E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN ARTILLERY OBSERVATION POST – FOO Parties. and a battery echelon. The STA battery TTP exist in draft at the Artillery School and the draft of B-GL-373-001/FP-001 exists at the Directorate of Army Doctrine (DAD). These BTS have been created in anticipation of the release of STA battery TTP and the approved interim use of B-GL-373-001/FP-001 LOCATING ARTILLERY – COMMAND. two small UAV troops. b.

7. B-GL-371-004/FP-001 Duties at Regimental Headquarters and Gun Position. The STA bty is conducting tactical ops. Denied. The CP maintains situational awareness. The CP is briefed and implements the local defence plan IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. C. The CP moves tactically IAW A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY to the new position. Given: (1) (2) c. 2. 2. The CP establishes and maintains communications and disseminates information of tactical importance. B. The CP executes BTS A02304042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. TASK STANDARD: To operate a STA CP IAW refs without violating OPSEC and while maintaining control over subordinate elements. . Chapter 7 and 15. Chapter 4. B-GL-371-003/FP-001 Field Artillery Operational Procedures. Necessary Criteria 1. 6. 3. 5.Battle Task Standards COMMON TO MULTIPLE LEVELS G13401050S / G14601050S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A STA COMMAND POST LEVEL: 3 to 4 References: A. 1. The CP conducts battle procedure IAW BTS BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Draft STA Battery TTP. Orders. 4. 170 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks This BTS applies to all STA battery CPs at battery and troop level. The CP occupies the CP location as directed by the Recce Party. Situation. b. Warning order. Nil. CONDITIONS: a. Field Artillery School.

preparing and delivering deployment. The CP processes air and ground space requests. the CP processes a call for fire IAW reference C. and establishes control measures as required. The CP maintains control of the subordinate elements by receiving. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 171 . 9. timely and accurate manner. The CP supports the execution of the ISTAR Plan IAW references. 11. 10.Artillery Necessary Criteria 8. If required. movement and mission orders in a clear.

Nil. Denied. 172 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Necessary Criteria 1. Given (1) (2) (3) c. Indirect fire assets. 3. b. A target has been located that meets the requirement for immediate engagement. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks This applies to any STA det. TASK STANDARD: To execute a call for fire IAW ref that is precise and achieves the desired effect on the target. FSCC. The STA detachment establishes and maintains communications. 2. The STA detachment reports BDA.Battle Task Standards LEVEL 2 BTS G12313049S EXECUTE A CALL FOR FIRE LEVEL: 2 (STA Detachment) Reference: Chapter 4. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. Orders. The STA detachment identifies and engages the target IAW ref and orders. 1. 2. B-GL-371-004/FP-001 Duties at Regimental Headquarters and Gun Position.

orders. B. provision of electronic support measures (ESM) and / or force protection. 3. Draft WLR Pamphlet. including liaison with in place forces as required. fire adjustment or combined mission without detection leading to casualties. Necessary Criteria 1. and BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. The WLR det occupies the radar position IAW Section 7 of ref A. location or identification of hostile batteries (HB). The WLR det conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Nil. Chapter 15. C. B-GL-371-003/FP-001 Field Artillery Operational Procedures (HB). B-GL-371-004/FP-001 Duties At Regimental Headquarters And Gun Position (Fire Discipline). IAW Sections 8 and 9 of ref A. Given (1) (2) c. Close hide location. Situation. WLS deployment orders from the STA tp CP. 2. Denied . CONDITIONS: a. The WLR det prepares the WLR for deployment IAW ref A. the WLR det carries out one of the following missions while applying appropriate control measures B-GL-383-002/PS-002 173 Remarks . 2. The new radar site conforms to siting requirements contained in Section 7 of ref A. carries out the relevant weapon location. FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL.Artillery WEAPONS LOCATING RADAR G12302046S DEPLOY AND OPERATE A WEAPONS LOCATING RADAR (WLR) LEVEL: 2 (WLR Detachment) References: A. 5. as part of a STA troop. 1. and b. is required to provide support through the detection. 4. The WLR det moves tactically IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY to the new radar site. TASK STANDARD: The WLR det deploys to its designated location as directed. Chapter 4. The WLR. the adjustment of fire.

or Combined mission. b. the WLR det brings the WLR out of action IAW ref A.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria and reporting pertinent localization information to the CP: a. Functional BTS: G12313049S EXECUTE A CALL FOR FIRE 174 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . On order. Remarks 6. Weapons location. The WLR det performs maintenance on the WLR as required. c. 7. Fire control.

Fire control. Denied. Situation. the adjustment of fire and/or provision of tactical information as part of the ISTAR process. carries out the relevant weapon location. AWLS deployment orders from the STA tp CP. 1. 2. TBI (Operator’s Manuals). D. b. or B-GL-383-002/PS-002 175 Remarks . TASK STANDARD: The TCP det deploys to its designated location as directed. Necessary Criteria 1. B-GL-373-001/FP-001 Locating Artillery—Command. C. CONDITIONS: a. Nil. the TCP det carries out one of the following missions while applying appropriate control measures and reporting acoustic events that meet reporting requirements to the CP: a. B. Chapter 15. 3. is required to provide support through the detection and location of acoustic events.Artillery ACOUSTIC WEAPONS LOCATION SYSTEM G12301383S OPERATE A TCP DET LEVEL: 2 (TCP Detachment) References: A. The TCP det conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Chapter 4. as part of a STA tp. The TCP det. Given: (1) (2) c. The TCP det moves tactically IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY to the new location and executes local defence IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. b. fire adjustment or combined mission without detection leading to casualties. 2. Weapons location. B-GL-371-004/FP-001 Duties at Regimental Headquarters and Gun Position. Close hide location. B-GL-371-003/FP-001 Field Artillery Operational Procedures. IAW ref A. Control and Employment (Draft). Chapter 4.

The TCP det maintains equipment throughout.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria c. 4. Functional BTS: G12313049S EXECUTE A CALL FOR FIRE Remarks 176 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Combined mission.

2. 4. The new sensor post conforms to siting requirements contained in ref A. 2. Denied . C. B-GL-371-003/FP-001 Field Artillery Operational Procedures. the MIC det carries out one of the following missions while applying appropriate control measures and reporting acoustic events that meet reporting requirements to the TCP det: Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 177 . TASK STANDARD: The MIC det deploys to its designated location as directed. 1. AWLS deployment orders from the STA tp CP. Chapter 4. TBI (Operator’s Manuals). Nil. IAW ref A. is required to provide support through the detection and location of acoustic events. 5. B. Close hide location.Artillery G12302382S DEPLOY AND MAINTAIN A MIC DET LEVEL: 2 (MIC Detachment) References: A. B-GL-373-001/FP-001 Locating Artillery—Command. the adjustment of fire and / or provision of tactical information as part of the ISTAR process. Control and Employment (Draft). The MIC det prepares the AWLS for deployment IAW ref A. Situation. Chapter 15. Necessary Criteria 1. D. Given: (1) (2) c. 3. The MIC det moves tactically IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY to the new sensor post. deploys the sensor post and moves to its hide without detection leading to casualties. B-GL-371-004/FP-001 Duties at Regimental Headquarters and Gun Position. The MIC det. The MIC det establishes the sensor post IAW ref A. b. and then moves to a hide IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Chapter 4. orders. The MIC det conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. including liaison with in-place forces. CONDITIONS: a. as part of a STA tp.

b. Remarks 6. or Combined mission. Functional BTS: Nil 178 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . c.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria a. The MIC det maintains AWLS equipment throughout. Weapons location. Fire control.

Artillery UNINHABITED AERIAL VEHICLE G12302047S LAUNCH AND RECOVER AN UNINHABITED AERIAL VEHICLE (UAV) LEVEL: 2 (Launch and Recovery Section) PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 5. 2. 1. 4. Situation. On order. Necessary Criteria Remarks 1. launches and recover the Air Vehicle (AV) IAW designated timings and orders. Nil. UAV mission task. the location and identification of targets. Control and Employment (Draft). The launch and recovery detachment conducts battle procedure in accordance with BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. b. The launch and recovery detachment comes into action IAW the reference and orders. The launch and recovery detachment establishes and maintains communications as well as situational awareness at all times. B-GL-373-001/FP-001 Locating Artillery—Command. CONDITIONS: a. Airspace control measures. The launch and recovery detachment prepares. UAVs are required to support the comd’s plan through reconnaissance and surveillance of an area of interest. launches and recovers the AV IAW the reference. including liaison as required. 6. Denied. The launch and recovery detachment is briefed and implements the local defence plan IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. 5. Given: (1) (2) c. 3. TASK STANDARD: The launch and recovery detachment prepares. 2. and target engagement. the launch and recovery detachment brings equipment out B-GL-383-002/PS-002 179 .

Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria of action IAW the reference. The launch and recovery detachment maintains the equipment and flight logs as required. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 180 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

UAV mission task. 3. C. Nil. B-GL –371-004/FP-001 Duties At Regimental Headquarters And Gun Position. b. including liaison as required. Chapter 5. The GCS det applies control measures as required. target engagement. The GCS det maintains situational awareness. support to planning. Chapter 15. and reports information of tactical importance. target development and acquisition. Chapter 4. provides initial analysis on imagery. Airspace control measures. B-GL-371-003/FP-001 Field Artillery Operational Procedures. Denied. Situation. The GCS det deploys tactically and technically sound IAW reference A. CONDITIONS: a. surveillance. 1. UAVs are required to support the comd’s plan through reconnaissance and surveillance of an area of interest. 6. It reports all information of tactical importance in support of the ISTAR plan. 5. TASK STANDARD: The GCS det deploys and maintains control over the AV IAW control measures. or area recces. Given: (1) (2) c. Necessary Criteria Remarks 1. The GCS det conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 4. B-GL-373-001/FP-001 Locating Artillery—Command. B. Control and Employment (Draft). route. the location and identification of targets and target engagement. 2. Tasks may include point. battle damage assessment. The GCS Det implements the local defence plan IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. The GCS det establishes and maintains communications.Artillery G12302048S DEPLOY AND OPERATE A GROUND CONTROL STATION (GCS) LEVEL: 2 (GCS Detachment) PHASE: All References: A. 2. The small UAV will either respond directly to mission orders from a B-GL-383-002/PS-002 181 . force protection and deception.

the GCS det executes a call for fire IAW BTS G12313049S EXECUTE A CALL FOR FIRE.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria controlling CP. the GCS det brings GCS out of action IAW reference A. or if tasked OPCON or TACOM will respond directly to a battlegroup comd. Equipment and flight logs are maintained. 9. Functional BTS: G12302047S LAUNCH AND RECOVER A TUAV Remarks 182 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The GCS det completes and submits the mission report. If required. 8. On order. 7.

b. the adjustment of fire and/or provision of tactical information as part of the ISTAR process.Artillery LEVEL 3 G13401384S RECCE AND DEPLOY A SENSOR BASELINE LEVEL: 3 (AWLS Troop) References: A. 2. Orders. Control and Employment (Draft). Chapter 4. examining the ground. Field Artillery School. the tp will prepare and issue deployment orders for the subordinate elements. 2. 5. Warning order. 4. The sensor posts will deploy IAW BTS G12302382S DEPLOY AND MAINTAIN A MIC DET. 1. Draft STA Battery TTP. Based on the results of the recce. NAI/TAI. Given: (1) (2) c. Situation. The recce party will conduct a recce. The tp conducts battle procedure IAW BTS BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. B. B-GL-373-001/FP-001 Locating Artillery—Command. The recce party moves tactically IAW A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY to the new position. requirements for local defence and time to be ready. Necessary Criteria 1. 3. TASK STANDARD: To operate a STA CP IAW refs without violating OPSEC and while maintaining control over subordinate elements. the TCP Det will deploy IAW G12301383S B-GL-383-002/PS-002 183 Remarks . Nil. CONDITIONS: a. The AWLS tp is required to provide support through the detection and location of acoustic events. Denied.

Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria OPERATE A TCP DET. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 184 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

Battle Task Standards AIR DEFENCE 1. There are some BTS for Air Defence elements that apply to multiple levels. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 185 .

1. It maintains situational awareness. b. Necessary Criteria 1. 6. The CP supports the execution of the ISTAR Plan IAW references. B-GL-372-002/FP-001 Air Defence Operational Procedures. 5. 2. 2. Warning Order. The CP executes BTS A03404042E / A04604042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. The CP establishes and maintains communications and disseminates information of tactical importance. The CP is briefed and implements the local defence plan IAW BTS A0004171E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. TASK STANDARD: The MMEV element establishes an AD CP and maintains communications on all required nets without violations of OPSEC. Given: (1) (2) c. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 186 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The CP conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Situation. Nil. Denied. 4. CONDITIONS: a.Battle Task Standards COMMON TO MULTIPLE LEVELS N03401174E / N04601174E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN AIR DEFENCE COMMAND POST LEVEL: 3 to 4 Phase: All Reference: Chapter 4. 3. The CP moves tactically IAW BTS A03403141E / A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY to the new position. The MMEV Troop or Battery is deployed. and Orders.

1. Rules of Engagement. 2. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Airspace Control Orders. b. The Detachment contributes to the local air picture or ground surveillance plan. The Detachment operates within the Airspace Control Plan and active Airspace Control Orders. Denied. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 187 . The Detachment is deployed. 2. The Detachment engage targets IAW N02214171E ENGAGE TARGETS. Necessary Criteria 1. CONDITIONS a.Air Defence DETACHMENT / SECTION N02201169E PERFORM AIR DEFENCE BATTLE MANAGEMENT LEVEL: 2 (Detachment) Phase: All Reference: Chapter 4. 3. B-GL-372-002/FP-001 Air Defence Operational Procedures. TASK STANDARD: The Detachment successfully manages the air defence battle without violating the Airspace Control Plan or active Airspace Control Orders. Surveillance and Target Acquisition (STA) plan. Situation. Nil.

CONDITIONS: a. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil 188 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . C. 2. BTS A02304171E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Nil. Situation. B-GL-372-003/FP-001 ADATS Drill Book. B-GL-372-006/FP-001 JAVELIN Drill Book. Necessary Criteria 1. 1. Given: (1) (2) c. The Detachment executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 2. The supported comd’s plan or the tactical situation requires air defence assets be deployed. 3. b. b. B-GL-372-002/FP-001 Air Defence Operational Procedures. TASK STANDARD: The Detachment shall deploy to its new battle position following the proper sequence of events. The Detachment moves tactically and takes measures for its own security IAW the following BTS: a. The Detachment shall ensure that it is sited to protect the Visual Primary Arcs and occupies position IAW the deployment considerations listed in ref B and C as appropriate. Detachment with PME. Orders from one level of command higher. Denied. and BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY. B. ensuring that its Time To Be Ready (TTBR) is met.Battle Task Standards N02204170E DEPLOY AIR DEFENCE DETACHMENT LEVEL: 2 (MMEV Detachment) Phase: All REFERENCES: A.

and Ground (ADATS only) or air target. ref B or C. The Detachment prevents an air or ground target from attacking the defended asset or destroys the air or ground target when deployed in defence of friendly assets IAW the miss distance specified in ref D. b. Necessary Criteria 1. 1. D. Orders from one level of command higher.Air Defence N02214171E ENGAGE TARGETS LEVEL: 2 (AD Detachment) Phase: All Warfighting References: A. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 189 . B-GL-372-003/FP-001 ADATS Drill Book. B-GL-372-002/FP-001 Air Defence Operational Procedures. B-GL-381-001/TS-001 Training Safety Manual. The Engagement is conducted IAW BTS N02201169E PERFORM AIR DEFENCE BATTLE MANAGEMENT. C. The Detachment is deployed or has acquired a target on the move. CONDITIONS: a. The Detachment engages targets IAW the drill manual. identify and successfully engage the enemy targets. B. B-GL-372-006/FP-001 JAVELIN Drill Book. Situation. Given: (1) (2) c. 2. TASK STANDARD: The Detachment must acquire. Nil. Denied. 2. 3.

The Troop provides AD early warning to the supported manoeuvre unit. The AD Troop is deployed. The Troop processes and disseminates the local air picture. 3. TASK STANDARD: The Troop successfully manages the air defence battle without violating the Airspace Control Plan or active Airspace Control Orders. B-GL-372-002/FP-001 Air Defence Operational Procedures. ATP 40(B) Doctrine for Airspace Control in Time of Crisis and War. Chapter 4.Battle Task Standards TROOP N03401169E PERFORM AIR DEFENCE BATTLE MANAGEMENT LEVEL: 3 (AD Troop) Phase: All References: A. C. Airspace Control Plan. The Troop integrates into the ISTAR plan. 2. 5. Airspace Control Orders. 190 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks Para 2: Lack of an automated battle management system will limit the ability to apply positive control to AD fire at the troop level. 1. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. Nil. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. The Troop controls the engagement of targets in a positive or procedural environment. 2. B. CEOI’s. Necessary Criteria 1. Rules of Engagement. 4. The Troop operates within the Airspace Control Plan and active Airspace Control Orders. b. Denied. Surveillance and Target Acquisition (STA) plan from one level higher. . MQ 03 001 E00 ADATS Radar Frequency Management Handbook.

7. 7. The Troop operates a command post IAW ref A and BTS N03401174E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN AD CP. The Troop implements Air Defence Radar and Radio frequency management IAW ref C and BTS A03404042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC.Air Defence Necessary Criteria 6. Remarks Para 6 refers to ADATS Troop only. Functional BTS: N02301169E PERFORM AD BATTLE MANAGEMENT B-GL-383-002/PS-002 191 .

Battle Task Standards N03404172E DEPLOY AIR DEFENCE TROOP LEVEL: 3 (AD Troop) Phase: All Reference: B-GL-372-002/FP-001 Air Defence Operational Procedures. b. Nil. CONDITIONS: a. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher (Battery. TASK STANDARD: The Troop shall deploy to its new battle position following the proper sequence of events. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. IAW ref A. The Troop coordinates its coverage with next higher level of Air Defence. Airspace Coordination Centre. Situation. The Troop moves tactically IAW BTS A03403141E MOVE TACTICALLY. 3. The Troop executes Battle Procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE and ref A. 4. 1. 2. supported unit/formation or Wing). 2. Necessary Criteria 1. Air Defence troop. Functional BTS: N0224170E DEPLOY AN AD DETACHMENT Remarks 192 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The Troop shall ensure its Detachments are deployed shall ensure that it is sited to protect the Visual Primary Arcs IAW BTS N02204170E DEPLOY AN AD DETACHMENT. Denied. Air IPB product from one level of command higher. ensuring that its Time To Be Ready (TTBR) is met. The supported comd’s plan or the tactical situation requires air defence assets be deployed.

ATP 40(B) Doctrine for Airspace Control in Time of Crisis and War. Deployed manoeuvre formation headquarters or functional Wing Operations Centre (for confirmation). Air Defence sub-unit or sub-sub unit. D. LFC2IS. Chapter 4. Airspace Control Orders. CEOI’s. Airspace Control Plan. B. CONDITIONS: a. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) HICON simulating deployed manoeuvre formation headquarters or Wing Operations Centre. 1. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 193 . Chapter 4. B-GL-300-007/FP-001 Firepower. The Battery is conducting tactical operations. Rules of Engagement. Situation. MQ 03 001 E00 ADATS Radar Frequency Management Handbook. C. b. Data interoperability links. B-GL-372-002/FP-001 Air Defence Operational Procedures. Air Tasking Orders.Air Defence BATTERY N04701169E PERFORM AIR DEFENCE BATTLE MANAGEMENT LEVEL: 4 (AD Battery) Phase: All References: A. Next level higher Airspace Coordination Centre.

Battle Task Standards (12) (13) c. Necessary Criteria 1. Lack of an automated battle management system will limit the ability to apply positive control to AD fire at the battery level. and IPB products from supported manoeuvre formation or one level higher. The Battery operates a command post IAW ref A. The Battery provides AD (air and missile) early warning to the supported manoeuvre formation. Remarks 194 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The Battery operates within the Airspace Control Plan and active Airspace Control Orders IAW ref A and B. Surveillance and Target Acquisition (STA) plan from one level higher. 6. 7. Nil. Through the use of link 16 via ADSI and / or LLAPI. Denied. The Battery integrates into the ISTAR plan. The Battery implements Air Defence Radar and Radio frequency management IAW ref C and BTS A04604042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. TASK STANDARD: The Battery successfully manages the air defence battle without violating the Airspace Control Plan or active Airspace Control Orders. 2. The Battery controls the engagement of targets in a positive or procedural environment. The Battery allocates Air Defence Radar and Radio frequencies and Identification Friendly-Foe (IFF) code management data. Functional BTS: N03401169E PERFORM AD BATTLE MANAGEMENT This coord lead by the ASCC with representation from all airspace users. 4. 5. The Battery processes and disseminates the local and recognized air picture. 3. 9. 2. The Battery coordinates use of manoeuvre formation airspace IAW ref D. 8.

and Denied. B-GL-381-001/TS-001 Training Safety Manual. and Ground (ADATS only) or air target. 2. identify and successfully engage the enemy targets. 1. CONDITIONS: a. Orders from one level of command higher. D. The Detachment engages targets IAW the drill manual. The Detachment is deployed or has acquired a target on the move. Nil.Air Defence N02214171E ENGAGE TARGETS LEVEL: 2 (AD Detachment) Phase: All Warfighting References: A. B-GL-372-006/FP-001 JAVELIN Drill Book. Necessary Criteria 1. b. C. TASK STANDARD: The Detachment must acquire. B-GL-372-003/FP-001 ADATS Drill Book. 2. 3. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 195 . The Detachment prevents an air or ground target from attacking the defended asset or destroys the air or ground target when deployed in defence of friendly assets IAW the miss distance specified in ref D. B. ref B or C. Given: (1) (2) c. Situation. B-GL-372-002/FP-001 Air Defence Operational Procedures. The Engagement is conducted IAW BTS N02201169E PERFORM AIR DEFENCE BATTLE MANAGEMENT.

1. Denied. Rules of Engagement. Situation. The AD Troop is deployed. 196 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks Para 2: Lack of an automated battle management system will limit the ability to apply positive control to AD fire at the troop level. CONDITIONS: a.Battle Task Standards TROOP N03401169E PERFORM AIR DEFENCE BATTLE MANAGEMENT LEVEL: 3 (AD Troop) Phase: All References: A. TASK STANDARD: The Troop successfully manages the air defence battle without violating the Airspace Control Plan or active Airspace Control Orders. 5. B-GL-372-002/FP-001 Air Defence Operational Procedures. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. The Troop controls the engagement of targets in a positive or procedural environment. C. 4. The Troop processes and disseminates the local air picture. . The Troop operates within the Airspace Control Plan and active Airspace Control Orders. The Troop provides AD early warning to the supported manoeuvre unit. Airspace Control Orders. Nil. MQ 03 001 E00 ADATS Radar Frequency Management Handbook. ATP 40(B) Doctrine for Airspace Control in Time of Crisis and War. B. Airspace Control Plan. Necessary Criteria 1. 2. The Troop integrates into the ISTAR plan. 3. Chapter 4. 2. Surveillance and Target Acquisition (STA) plan from one level higher. b. CEOI’s.

7. The Troop operates a command post IAW ref A and BTS N03401174E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN AD CP. Functional BTS: N02301169E PERFORM AD BATTLE MANAGEMENT B-GL-383-002/PS-002 197 . Remarks Para 6 refers to ADATS Troop only.Air Defence Necessary Criteria 6. The Troop implements Air Defence Radar and Radio frequency management IAW ref C and BTS A03404042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. 7.

4. Airspace Coordination Centre. Denied. The Troop moves tactically IAW BTS A03403141E MOVE TACTICALLY.Battle Task Standards N03404172E DEPLOY AIR DEFENCE TROOP LEVEL: 3 (AD Troop) Phase: All Reference: B-GL-372-002/FP-001 Air Defence Operational Procedures. IAW ref A. 3. The supported comd’s plan or the tactical situation requires air defence assets be deployed. Necessary Criteria 1. Functional BTS: N0224170E DEPLOY AN AD DETACHMENT Remarks 198 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The Troop executes Battle Procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE and ref A. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. Nil. CONDITIONS: a. supported unit/formation or Wing). TASK STANDARD: The Troop shall deploy to its new battle position following the proper sequence of events. 2. 1. Situation. 2. ensuring that its Time To Be Ready (TTBR) is met. Air Defence troop. The Troop coordinates its coverage with next higher level of Air Defence. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher (Battery. The Troop shall ensure its Detachments are deployed shall ensure that it is sited to protect the Visual Primary Arcs IAW BTS N02204170E DEPLOY AN AD DETACHMENT. Air IPB product from one level of command higher. b.

Air Defence sub-unit or sub-sub unit. MQ 03 001 E00 ADATS Radar Frequency Management Handbook. b.Air Defence BATTERY N04701169E PERFORM AIR DEFENCE BATTLE MANAGEMENT LEVEL: 4 (AD Battery) Phase: All References: A. Air Tasking Orders. C. LFC2IS. Chapter 4. Next level higher Airspace Coordination Centre. B-GL-372-002/FP-001 Air Defence Operational Procedures. Rules of Engagement. Airspace Control Orders. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 199 . Situation. CEOI’s. B. 1. Airspace Control Plan. CONDITIONS: a. Chapter 4. Deployed manoeuvre formation headquarters or functional Wing Operations Centre (for confirmation). The Battery is conducting tactical operations. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) HICON simulating deployed manoeuvre formation headquarters or Wing Operations Centre. Data interoperability links. B-GL-300-007/FP-001 Firepower. D. ATP 40(B) Doctrine for Airspace Control in Time of Crisis and War.

6. Denied. Through the use of link 16 via ADSI and / or LLAPI. The Battery processes and disseminates the local and recognized air picture. The Battery provides AD (air and missile) early warning to the supported manoeuvre formation. Lack of an automated battle management system will limit the ability to apply positive control to AD fire at the battery level.Battle Task Standards (12) (13) c. 4. 2. The Battery integrates into the ISTAR plan. The Battery operates a command post IAW ref A. and IPB products from supported manoeuvre formation or one level higher. 3. Nil. 5. 9. TASK STANDARD: The Battery successfully manages the air defence battle without violating the Airspace Control Plan or active Airspace Control Orders. 8. The Battery controls the engagement of targets in a positive or procedural environment. Necessary Criteria 1. 7. 2. The Battery implements Air Defence Radar and Radio frequency management IAW ref C and BTS A04604042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. Functional BTS: N03401169E PERFORM AD BATTLE MANAGEMENT This coord lead by the ASCC with representation from all airspace users. The Battery operates within the Airspace Control Plan and active Airspace Control Orders IAW ref A and B. The Battery coordinates use of manoeuvre formation airspace IAW ref D. The Battery allocates Air Defence Radar and Radio frequencies and Identification Friendly-Foe (IFF) code management data. Remarks 200 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Surveillance and Target Acquisition (STA) plan from one level higher.

Denied. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. Necessary Criteria 1. The Battery coordinates coverage with next higher level of Air B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks Current capability is 201 . The Troops are deployed IAW BTS N03404172E DEPLOY AIR DEFENCE TROOP. 2. b. 1. 4. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher or manoeuvre formation. The Battery moves into its position IAW BTS A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY. Air Defence sub-unit or sub-sub unit. TASK STANDARD: The Battery carries out the required action at the right time. The Battery executes Battle Procedure IAW Army BTS A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE and ref A. in the right place with the right equipment IAW orders. Deployed manoeuvre formation or Wing Operations Centre (for confirmation). The supported comd’s plan or the tactical situation requires air defence assets be deployed. Next level higher Airspace Coordination Centre. Nil.Air Defence N04704173E DEPLOY AIR DEFENCE BATTERY LEVEL: 4 (AD Battery) Phase: All Reference: B-GL-372-002/FP-001 Air Defence Operational Procedures. Situation. Data interoperability links. 3. 2. CONDITIONS: a. HICON simulating deployed manoeuvre formation or Wing Operations (for practice).

The Battery participates in the manoeuvre formation ISTAR plan. IAW ref A. 5. 202 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 6. The Battery establishes link 16 and /or LLAPI.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria Defence. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks limited to Air Defence Systems Integrator (ADSI).

Engineer Support may include: (1) (2) (3) (4) Water Supply. b. For the secondary role of Engineers. Equipment. the following relationships may exist: a. Due to the nature of engineer work.Air Defence CHAPTER 5 ENGINEERS 1. The Force Employment Concept for Engineers is in the process of changing to a ‘plug and play’ system based on the work required as follows: a. [Secretarial Note: BTS E32323223S EXECUTE BREACH OF MINEFIELD WITH EXPLOSIVES has not been included due to the current capability gap. 4. and Construction.] 5. 2. a number of different organizations can be called upon to perform a task. At Level Two. Resources. There are a number of cases where particular BTS are common to more than one level of a particular type of Engineer element. Equipment. the tasks become increasingly generic and cover a range of specific tasks. the Dismounted Infantry – Rifle and Infantry – Common BTS apply. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 203 . Armoured Engineers. the BTS are specific to particular organizational types. and At Level Three and higher. and Resources. Field Engineers. For the purposes of the BTS. 3. Combat Engineers may include one or more of the following: (1) (2) (3) (4) b.

B-GL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations. Necessary Criteria 1. b. Chapter 3. The Brigade is conducting operations. Nil. The ESCC assists in the Brigade staff and Engr advisor’s SA.Battle Task Standards ENGINEER COMMON E06701294S OPERATE AN ENGINEER SUPPORT COORDINATION CENTER LEVEL: 6 (Engineer Regiment) PHASE: ALL Reference: Section 2. The ESCC is integrated with the Formation planning process and assists in the production of the Engineer estimate. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. CONDITIONS: a. TASK STANDARD: The ESCC is established and operated so that the Engineer advisor provides the formation comd and staff with an integrated engineer situational awareness and operations. 2. The ESCC is provided with Engineer advisor’s intent and concept of operations. Functional BTS: E24601294E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN ESCC Remarks 204 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Denied. and Geomatic support team. Warning Order and/or Orders from higher HQ. Subordinate HQ elements. 1. 2. 3. Situation. Higher HQ.

Coordinate external EOD support. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. The EOD CC is integrated with the Formation planning process. The Brigade is conducting operations. Denied. Warning Order and/or Orders from higher HQ. 2. Nil. b. Task EOD resources based on operational priorities. Higher HQ. d. and Maintain EOD records. Assign categories to potential targets IAW ref A. 1. TASK STANDARD: EOD incidents are managed such that there is a minimum of disruption in the accomplishment of the mission. Necessary Criteria 1. Chapter 9. Remarks Functional BTS: E24604216S EXECUTE CMD OPERATIONS E24604217S EXECUTE IEDD OPERATIONS B-GL-383-002/PS-002 205 . and EOD response teams. B-GL-361-001/FP-001 Land Forces Engineer Operations. The EOD CC will: a. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. The Brigade Headquarters will establish and maintain an EOD CC as part of the Formation or Task Force Engineer staff. b. B-GL-333-001/FP-001 Formation Standing Operating Procedures. c.Air Defence E06701295S OPERATE AN EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL (EOD) RESPONSE CENTER LEVEL: 6 (Engineer Regiment) PHASE: All References: A. Subordinate HQ elements. FSOP 508. B. 3. 2.

1. geomatic cell. Develop and direct a collection plan for the engineer information requirements. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Nil. The Engineer staff will: a. b. ISTAR. B-GL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations. Remarks 2. b. The Engineer intelligence cell. 2. The Brigade is conducting operations. and Record and Process information gathered by the Engineer b.Battle Task Standards E06702296S DIRECT. and Use information multiple sources including but not limited to deployed forces. CONDITIONS: a. ISTAR cell and comd of a higher HQ. Situation. Warning Order and Orders from higher HQ. Develop and maintain basic intelligence records on the terrain. IAW ref. lines of comms and local ress in the Area of Interest. will: a. PROCESS AND DISSEMINATE ENGINEER INTELLIGENCE LEVEL: 6 (Engineer Regiment) PHASE: All Reference: Section 3. TASK STANDARD: The Brigade plans and executes the collation and collection of information through every means possible and processes it into engineer intelligence to provide timely advice to the comd. and Subordinate elements. 206 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Staff. Necessary Criteria 1. Chapter 3. Establish engineer intelligence cell. special reconnaissance. Denied. c. climate.

Air Defence Necessary Criteria Regiment as well as provided by the formation. 3. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 207 . The Engineer staff will disseminate the necessary intelligence to support the formation comd’s plans.

Battle Task Standards E06705293S PROVIDE SUSTAINMENT ENGINEERING LEVEL: 6 (Engineer Support Regiment) PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 9. orders from higher HQ or comd’s intent. move and fight. The Engineer Support Regiment will: a. 208 Remarks Demonstrate a clear understanding of comd’s intent and concept of operations. resources and work. Situation. Contract additional resources required to meet comd’s mission. out of contact with the enemy that improves the Force’s ability to live. b. CONDITIONS: a. Monitor and adjust resources to reflect changing operational circumstances. TASK STANDARD: The Engineer Support Regiment provides the comd with technical expertise. Develop a plan and assign resources in accordance with priority of effort. Subordinate elements including construction tp. Necessary Criteria 1. d. 2. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. Higher HQ. e. 1. b. and Coordinate civil-military Engineer effort and host nation B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The element is supporting the formation and other elements in the conduct of operations. c. Denied. and Role players as host nation support agencies. Warning order. Nil. B-GL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations.

Air Defence Necessary Criteria support. DESIGN AND EXECUTE CONSTRUCTION PROJECT E54605254S CONSTRUCT A ROAD E54605255S CONSTRUCT AN AIRFIELD E72305262E PROVIDE BULK POTABLE WATER E64605263S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN ENGINEER DUMP E63405263E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN ENGINEER DUMP E52305252E MAINTAIN ROADS E23405236S CONSTRUCT ACROW BRIDGE E23405227S CONSTRUCT NON-STANDARD BRIDGE E22303259S UNDERWATER SEARCH AND RECOVERY OPERATION B-GL-383-002/PS-002 209 . Remarks Functional BTS: E06701295S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN EOD RESPONSE CENTRE E84605291S CONSTRUCT INITIAL/TEMPORARY STANDARD CAMP E84601290S PLAN.

design based on the obstacle effect to be achieved. The Recce Detachment takes appropriate security measures. obstacle restrictions. then orders also include the time by which the reconnaissance report is due and the format in which the information is to be provided. Part 2. The area is secure. B-GL-320-010/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps. B-GL-320-010/FP-002 Mines and Booby Traps. TASK STANDARD: The Recce Detachment completes the reconnaissance. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. (2) (3) (4) c. fencing / marking requirements. 1. Nil. Necessary Criteria 1. but enemy contact with section-size elements is possible. Subsequent execution is not jeopardized by inaccurate measurements taken and / or calculations performed during the reconnaissance. proposed method of laying and which manoeuvre sub-unit is covering the obstacle group. All Arms. Part 1. Engineers and Assault Pioneers. B. The Troop comd submits / transmits the reconnaissance report to the superior who ordered the reconnaissance NLT the time specified in orders. Denied. Orders may include the quantity of Class IV / V initially allocated to the minefield.Battle Task Standards ENGINEER RECCE E12301205E EXECUTE A MINEFIELD LAYING RECONNAISSANCE LEVEL: 2 (Recce Detachment) PHASE: All References: A. If a reconnaissance report is to be submitted. The Recce Detachment executes battle procedure IAW BTS Remarks 210 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . b. 2. acquiring all required information. The Engineer Troop receives orders to execute a reconnaissance for the laying of a minefield as part of an obstacle group. Given: (1) Orders include the proposed location of the minefield. lane(s) / gap(s) required. Chapter 3.

4. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 211 . The Recce Detachment executes the reconnaissance IAW references. The Recce Detachment submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP. The Recce Detachment comd submits the DND 2104 Obstacle Recce Report or transmits the E122B MINLAYRECCEREP to the superior comd who ordered the reconnaissance NLT the time specified in orders. 5. The Recce Detachment moves tactically IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY and provides its own security if necessary IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE.Air Defence Necessary Criteria A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 3. 2.

b. obstacle restrictions. Part 1. The Recce Detachment takes appropriate security measures. B-GL-361-003/FP-001 Basic Field Engineering. The Recce Detachment receives orders to execute a reconnaissance for the emplacement of an obstacle. The area is secure. 2. lane(s) required. Given: (1) (2) Orders include the proposed location of the obstacle. Chapter 8. B-GL-361-008/FP-003 Demolitions Part 2—Volume 8. Situation. E. B. 212 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. CONDITIONS: a. D. Chapter 2. B-GL-320-010/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps. then orders also include the time by which the reconnaissance report is due and the format in which the information is to be provided. Part 2. 1. B-GL-320-010/FP-002 Mines and Booby Traps. B-GL-361-006/FP-001 Field Protection. C. The Recce Sgt submits / transmits the reconnaissance report to the superior who ordered the reconnaissance NLT the time specified in orders. Nil. Engineers And Assault Pioneers. but enemy contact is possible. Subsequent execution is not jeopardized by inaccurate measurements taken and / or calculations performed during the reconnaissance. (3) (4) c.Battle Task Standards E12301206E EXECUTE OBSTACLE RECONNAISSANCE LEVEL: 2 (Recce Detachment) PHASE: All References: A. design based on the obstacle effect to be achieved. Denied. ALL ARMS. TASK STANDARD: The Recce Detachment completes the reconnaissance. F. ENGINEERS AND ASSAULT PIONEERS. acquiring all required information. Section 2. If a reconnaissance report is to be submitted. Chapter 3. Orders may include the quantity of defensive stores and equipment initially allocated to the obstacle.

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Necessary Criteria 1. The Recce Detachment executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 2. The Recce Detachment moves tactically IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY and provides its own security if necessary IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. 3. The Recce Detachment executes the reconnaissance IAW references. 4. The Recce Detachment comd submits the DND 2104 Obstacle Recce Report or transmits a BARREP to the superior comd who ordered the reconnaissance NLT the time specified in orders. 5. The Recce Detachment submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP. Functional BTS: Nil

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E12301210E RECONNOITRE A GAP CROSSING SITE LEVEL: 2 (Recce Detachment) PHASE: All Reference: A. TAM 805.11, B-GL-332-006/FP-001 Engineer Insert V2.4; B. Chapter 3, B-GL-361-010/FP-001 Gap Crossing. 1. CONDITIONS: a. b. Situation. The Recce Detachment has been ordered to reconnoitre a gap crossing site. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher, including: (a) (b) (c) (2) c. type of crossing means, required MLC and any essential information concerning the loads to be crossed, and time by which reconnaissance report is due and the format in which the info is to be provided.

Subordinates as required.

Denied. Nil.

2. TASK STANDARD: The Recce Detachment completes the reconnaissance, acquiring all of the required information, and submits / transmits the information to the superior who ordered the reconnaissance NLT the time specified in orders and if requested to include a completed DND 2106 and Support Area Matrix. Subsequent execution of the mission is not jeopardized by inaccurate measurements taken and / or calculations performed during the reconnaissance. Necessary Criteria 1. The Recce Detachment executes battle procedure out IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE, with emphasis on the following points: a. Identify distance and elevation measuring technique appropriate to the tactical situation; Remarks

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Necessary Criteria b. c. Identify and request additional support; and Execute rehearsals.

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2. The Recce Detachment moves tactically IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY and provides its own security if necessary IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. 3. The Recce Detachment gathers and records specific information / data for the type of crossing and submits report IAW references. Functional BTS: Nil

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E12301214E RECONNOITRE A ROUTE—ENGINEER LEVEL: 2 (Recce Detachment) PHASE: All References: A. TAM 805.11, 805.12 B-GL-332-006/FP-001 Engineer Insert V2.4; B. FM 5-170 Engineer Reconnaissance. 1. CONDITIONS: a. b. Situation. The Recce Detachment has been ordered to reconnoitre a specific section of road. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher, including: location of start and end of road segment; specific info required; and timings deadlines for submission of report, Subordinates as required, and Vehicle.

Denied. Nil.

2. TASK STANDARD: The Recce Detachment submits the required info and if so ordered, prepares a written reconnaissance report IAW references. The reconnaissance Detachment completes the reconnaissance and submits the report NLT than the time specified in orders. Necessary Criteria 1. The Recce Detachment executes battle procedure out IAW BTS A02301000E—EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE, with emphasis on the following points: a. b. Execute a thorough map recce; and Prioritize work. Remarks

2. The Recce Detachment moves tactically IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY and provides its own security if necessary IAW

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Necessary Criteria BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. 3. The route classification formula is correct and formatted IAW references. 4. The risk / threat assessment is accurate. 5. The Recce Detachment submits the route reconnaissance report and / or briefs the superior comd who ordered the reconnaissance NLT the time specified in orders. Functional BTS: Nil

Remarks

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E12303093E RECONNOITRE A DEMOLITION TARGET LEVEL: 2 (Recce Detachment) PHASE: All References: A. TAM 805.11, B-GL-332-006/FP-001 Engineer Insert V2.4; B. Section 2, Chapter 2, B-GL-361-008-FP-003 Demolitions, Part 2, Engineers and Assault Pioneers. 1. CONDITIONS: a. b. Situation. The Recce Detachment has been ordered to reconnoitre a demolition target. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher, including: (a) (b) (c) (d) (2) c. the target location, type of obstacle to be reconnoitred, obstacle intent, and the time by which the reconnaissance report is due, and the format in which the information is to be provided.

Subordinates as required.

Denied. Nil.

2. TASK STANDARD: The Recce Detachment completes the reconnaissance, acquiring all of the required information, and submits / transmits the information to the superior who ordered the reconnaissance NLT the time specified in orders. Subsequent execution of the mission is not jeopardized by inaccurate measurements taken and / or calculations performed during the reconnaissance. Necessary Criteria 1. The Recce Detachment executes battle procedure out IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE, with emphasis on the following points: a. Verify all tool and equipment that are required; and Remarks

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Necessary Criteria b. Execute rehearsals.

Remarks

2. The Recce Detachment moves tactically IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY and provides its own security if necessary IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. 3. The Recce Detachment gathers and records specific information / data for the type of target and submits report IAW references. 4. If an initial Class IV / V allocation was provided in orders, the Recce Detachment comd confirms that the initial allocation is sufficient to execute the demolition and achieve the required obstacle intent or identifies the shortfall for corrective action. Functional BTS: Nil

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E12301221E RECONNOITRE A HEAVY EQUIPMENT TASK LEVEL: 2 (Recce Detachment) Reference: A. FM 5-430 PT 1; B. FM 5-430 PT 2; C. MILITARY ROAD PAM 8A. 1. CONDITIONS: a. b. Situation. The Recce Detachment receives orders to reconnoitre a heavy equipment task. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher including: Probable location, All relative intelligence applicable to the task, and Time by which reconnaissance report is due, and Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task, and Subordinates.

Denied. Nil.

2. TASK STANDARD: The Recce Detachment completes the reconnaissance and submits required information in the proper format in the given time allotted. Necessary Criteria 1. The Recce Detachment conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 2. The Recce Detachment conducts a preliminary study to ensure they have all required information and identify all limitations that will affect the task, such as: a. b. Design criteria, and Existing maps, air photos and available information. Remarks

3. The Recce Detachment shall approach in a tactical manner IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY.
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Necessary Criteria 4. The Recce Detachment establishes / coordinates task site security IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. 5. The Recce Detachment conducts the reconnaissance. Air reconnaissance is conducted if possible. The following factors should be taken into consideration: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. Ground shapes and gradients; Soils study; Drainage; Local resources; Site accessibility; Vegetation; Routes to and from task site; Obstacles to movement; Sites suitable for installations if required; and Local conditions.

Remarks

6. The troop reconnaissance party submits reconnaissance report including any applicable proformas. 7. The troop submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. (i.e., E102A ENGTASKREP). Functional BTS: Nil

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E12302212E RECONNOITRE A ENEMY MINEFIELD (DISMOUNTED) LEVEL: 2 (Recce Detachment) PHASE: All Reference: A. TAM 805.11, B-GL-332-006/FP-001 Engineer Insert V2.4; B. Section 2, Chapter 6, B-GL-320-010/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps, Part 1, All Arms; C. B-GL-361-009/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps, Part 2, Engineers and Assault Pioneers. 1. CONDITIONS: a. b. Situation. The Recce Detachment has been ordered to reconnoitre a enemy minefield. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher, including: (a) (b) (c) (d) c. Denied. Nil. probable location of boundaries. any relevant intelligence that may confirm design. time by which reconnaissance report is due and the format in which the info is to be provided. Subordinates.

2. TASK STANDARD: The Recce Detachment completes the reconnaissance, acquiring all of the required information, and submits / transmits the information to the superior who ordered the reconnaissance NLT the time specified in orders and if requested to include a completed DND 2109. There are no friendly casualties from a failure to observe mine safety during neutralizing operations. Necessary Criteria 1. The Recce Detachment executes battle procedure out IAW BTS A02301000E—EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE, with emphasis on the following points: a. b. Confirm serviceability of stores; and Execute rehearsals IAW BTS E23404234E EXECUTE Remarks

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Necessary Criteria MINE CLEARANCE OPS. 2. The Recce Detachment moves tactically IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY and provides its own security if necessary IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. 3. Execute minefield reconnaissance IAW references. 4. The Recce Detachment gathers and records specific information / data for the minefield and any other obstacles encountered. A report is submitted IAW references and timings given in orders. Functional BTS: Nil

Remarks

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E12302213E RECONNOITRE A ENEMY OBSTACLE LEVEL: 2 (Recce Detachment) PHASE: All References: A. TAM 805.11, B-GL-332-006/FP-001 Engineer Insert V2.4; B. FM 5-170 Engineer Reconnaissance. 1. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. The Recce Detachment is part of a troop / squadron supporting a manoeuvre force and must reconnoitre a suspected or reported enemy obstacle location. The reconnaissance Detachment is monitoring the radio net on which the lead reconnaissance elements are operating. Given. Obstacle Report from lead reconnaissance elements, including: (1) (2) c. probable location, and type of obstacle.

b.

Denied. Nil.

2. TASK STANDARD: The Recce Detachment determines and reports all enemy obstacle information critical to the tactical operation. The type of obstacle is identified and its location is indicated using eight-figure grid. Measurements, dimensions and quantities are as accurate as the tactical situation will allow. The critical information is communicated by the fastest possible means prior to the NLT report timing imposed by the higher comd. Necessary Criteria 1. The Detachment shall approach in a tactical manner IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY. 2. The Recce Detachment moves tactically IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY and provides its own security if necessary IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. 3. The Engineer Recce Detachment operates effectively with other arms reconnaissance elements. 4. Execute obstacle reconnaissance IAW references. 5. The Recce Detachment comd reports, by the quickest possible means and using the appropriate format, to the manoeuvre and / or next higher engineer comd the critical obstacle information required to complete an
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Necessary Criteria estimate and plan. Functional BTS: Nil

Remarks

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COMBAT ENGINEER COMMON TO MULTIPLE LEVELS LEVELS THREE TO FOUR E23423145E / E24623145E EXECUTE AN OBSTACLE BREACH LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. Chapter 3, B-GL-361-008/FP-003 Demolitions Part 2—Volume 8, Engineers and Assault Pioneers; B. B-GL-361-003/FP-001 Basic Field Engineering. 1. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. The element is called to execute either a manual obstacle breach or part of a deliberate breaching operation in restricted terrain. An engineer reconnaissance party, deployed forward has completed a reconnaissance of the obstacle. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. Orders from one level of command higher, specifying number of breaches required; The breach is conducted under conditions of low visibility; The minefield is no more than 300m deep; The Force-in-place provides task site security; DND 2104 or OBSREP(s); and Engineer task specific equipment.

b.

Denied. Bypass is not possible.

2. TASK STANDARD: The element breaches a specified number of 4.5 metre wide lanes, within the time allotted and by the most efficient means that resources allow. Concurrent activity is maximized and the momentum of the breaching operation is maintained throughout. The breach is completed and ready for firing by the time specified in orders. The element takes all reasonable precautions to prevent detection by the enemy.

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Necessary Criteria 1. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE and informs the manoeuvre comd of the time estimated to execute the breach. 2. The element clears the lane(s) of mines and booby traps and then reduces the obstacles, creating a minimum width of 4.5m. 3. The element submits task status reports to the supported manoeuvre comd.

Remarks

Functional BTS: E13302213E RECONNOITRE AN ENEMY OBSTACLE E13302212E RECONNOITRE AN ENEMY MINEFIELD (DISMOUNTED) E32323088E EXECUTE A POINT OBSTACLE BREACH E32323208E EXECUTE IMPROVEMENTS AND MARK SAFE LANES E42223188S EXECUTE AEV BREACH E22323223S EXECUTE A MINEFIELD BREACH USING EXPLOSIVES

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E23423207E / E24623207E ASSIST ATTACK ON FORTIFIED POSITION LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. Chapter 3, B-GL-361-008/FP-003 Demolitions Part 2—Volume 8, Engineers and Assault Pioneers; B. Section 2, Chapter 8, B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. 1. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. The element is assisting an attack on a fortified position. The supported element has designated the firebase and assault force. The nature of the terrain and protective obstacles requires that a dismounted assault be executed. Given. Orders from the Combat Team. Denied. Nil.

b. c.

2. TASK STANDARD: The element creates at least two lanes through any obstacles and destroys fighting positions with demolitions in order to maintain the momentum of the attack. Necessary Criteria 1. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE and marries up with the supported element. 2. The element manoeuvres with the supported element onto the final assault position and identifies the best location to bypass or breach the obstacle(s). 3. The element supports the assault force by reducing the obstacles along the attack axis: a. b. Creates lanes in enemy obstacles ensuring a minimum of one lane per assaulting sub-sub-unit; and Once the assault has taken place, the element widens designated breaches to enable the cbt tm’s F and A echelon vehicles to pass through them. Remarks

4. The element supports the assault force in clearing trench systems and knocking out bunkers / fortifications. Functional BTS: E23423133E CLEAR A BUNKER E23423145E EXECUTE AN OBSTACLE BREACH
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E23423224E / E24623224E ASSIST IN ASSAULT WATER CROSSING LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. Section 2, Chapter 7, B-GL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations— Volume 1; B. Chapter 7, B-GL-361-010/FP-001 Gap Crossing. 1. CONDITIONS: a. b. Situation. The element receives orders to support a company size manoeuvre element during the assault stage of a hasty or deliberate river crossing operation. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher, including: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. crossing site location, manoeuvre element to be crossed, H-hour, whether the crossing is to be silent or noisy, and number of boats / motors assigned.

Combat divers are available to breach underwater obstacles and mark the far shoreline; Subordinates; Completed recce report for the assigned task; and Elements of the force-in-place to provide local security.

Denied. Nil.

2. TASK STANDARD: The crossing sub-unit is briefed and safely transported across the water obstacle at the designated site. The crossing commences at H-hour. Strict noise and light discipline is observed at all times. Necessary Criteria 1. The element executes battle procedure out IAW BTS A03401000E / Remarks

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Necessary Criteria A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE, with emphasis on the following points: a. If time permits the Engineer Troop executes a confirmatory reconnaissance to confirm the crossing site location and key locations at the site; Identify and request additional support; and For a deliberate crossing when time permits, the Engineer Troop executes rehearsals with the crossing sub-unit at a secure location in the rear.

Remarks

b. c.

2. The element to coordinate/confirms that combat divers breach(ed) underwater obstacles IAW BTS E2233258S EXECUTE AN UNDER WATER OBSTACLE BREACH and mark the far shoreline. 3. Crossing element personnel are briefed on water safety measures, embarkation and debarkation drills, paddling, and actions on. 4. The element executes assault water crossing IAW references. Functional BTS: Nil

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E23404216S / E2464216S EXECUTE CMD OPERATIONS LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: All References: A. Section 2, Chapter 9, B-GL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations— Volume 1; B. Section 4, Chapter 4, B-GL-361-008/FP-001 Demolitions, Part 1—Volume 9, All Arms; C. Chapter 3, B-GL-381-003/TS-003 Range Clearance Handbook. 1. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. The element receives orders to clear a route, area or facility of unexploded ordnance (UXO) to facilitate its use by friendly forces. The operation may involve the clearance of one or multiple pieces of UXO. Any type of conventional / chemical munitions may be encountered. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Orders from higher command. If UXO have been reported by another element, orders include the data contained in the incident report. Explosives and demolition accessories are available to dispose of UXO by detonation. The required advanced EOD qualified personnel (i.e., HB / HX qualified) and tools are available to perform render safe procedures, if required. The environment may be urban or rural.

b.

Denied. Nil.

2. TASK STANDARD: The element searches and clears the route, area or facility of UXO. No casualties result from the use of improper disposal techniques. Necessary Criteria 1. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 2. The element executes search and clearance of assigned area IAW orders and references. Remarks

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Necessary Criteria 3. No casualties are suffered as a result of using improper clearance drills. 4. The element submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP. Functional BTS: E32304216S EXECUTE CMD OPERATIONS

Remarks

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E23404381S / E24604381S EXECUTE RESPONSE TO AN EXPLOSIVE INCIDENT LEVEL: 3/4 (Engr Tp or Sqn) PHASE: All References: A. Chapter 2, B-GJ-005-316/FP-001 Canadian Forces Operating Procedures for the Conduct of IEDD Operations; B. Chapter 6, B-GL-361-021/FP-001 Mobility Support—Route And Area Clearance; C. USOP 703.04 and USOP 704.19 Unit SOPs. 1. CONDITIONS a. b. c. Situation. A supported element encounters a mine, UXO, or IED. Given. CONTACT REPORT followed by a METHANE REPORT or EODINCREP as required IAW refs B and C. Denied. Nil.

2. TASK STANDARD: The tp/sqn prevents casualties through the immediate provision of engineer advice to the supported HQ, tasking of response elements, maintenance of situational awareness and conduct of necessary coordination with all organizations involved.. Necessary Criteria 1. Upon receipt of the appropriate reports the tp/sqn HQ should conduct the following initial actions: a. b. c. d. Analyze existing and historic explosive threat en route to and surrounding the incident location; Provide engineering advice to the supported HQ; Task appropriate engineer response and reconstitute that element as required; and Request external resources as required. Remarks

2. During the conduct of the response, the tp/sqn should conduct the following: a. b. Continue to provide advice to the supported HQ; and Coordinate with lateral and higher elements;

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Necessary Criteria c. Maintain comms with tasked elements for: (1) (2) d. Referral system for technical matters; Reception and dissemination of SITREPs; and

Remarks

Update the Information Management System for Mine Action (IMSMA) or incident trace as required.

3. Upon conclusion of the incident, the tp/sqn will: a. b. Backbrief higher HQ on details of the incident; Receive, review and disseminate reports and returns; and

4. Conduct AAR Functional BTS: E23404209E EXTRICATE OTHERS FROM A MINEFIELD

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limitations on time and resources which can be expended. level of damage required (i. B. Authority to actually execute this task. Denied.e. All Arms. C. areas or lines of communication to the enemy in preparation for the withdrawal of friendly forces. CONDITIONS: a. the task may involve the Execute of reconnaissance prior to the receipt of orders to execute or initial orders may include an allocation of Class V with direction to reconnoitre and execute simultaneously. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher.. stop production / prevent use versus complete destruction). Engineers and Assault Pioneers. The element receives orders to reconnoitre and execute the denial of specific facilities. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 235 . Situation. Engineers and Assault Pioneers. and Subordinates. the booby trapping policy. b. Chapter 5. Section 6. Depending on the time available for execution. priorities of work.Air Defence E23454233S / E24654233S DENY FACILITIES LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: Transitional Operations References: A. limitations on what may be destroyed at each installation. 1. B-GL-361-009/FP-002 Mines and Booby Traps. the degree to which the denial is to be concealed from the enemy (e. Chapter 3. including: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (2) (3) c. Military construction tradespeople and / or civilian experts are available to provide technical advice.. and when the task is to be completed.g. restrictions on use of explosives or fire). Part 2. B-GL-361-009/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps. B-GL-361-008/FP-003 Demolitions Part 2—Volume 8. Part 1.

The element submits task status reports and records to higher headquarters IAW SOP. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 236 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Execute denial task using best means available according to target IAW reference.Battle Task Standards 2. 4. 2. The element plans and executes reconnaissance IAW BTS E13301215E RECONNOITRE DEMOLITION TARGET. subject to any restrictions. TASK STANDARD: The element reconnoitres and executes the denial of the specified facilities. Necessary Criteria 1. within the time allotted. NOTE This execution phase of this BTS has to be assessed as a simulation only as actual facilities for denial are rarely authorized. areas or LOC using the appropriate methods of attack. 3.

c. Appropriate actions have been taken by qualified personnel in order to render the scene safe. and Medical sp avail on scene. Necessary Criteria 1. Link up with on scene elements and conduct required briefings. Situation. An incident involving explosives has occurred. d. The exploitation team should conduct the following initial actions at the start of an investigation: a. Nil. b. Denied. 1. Conduct initial questioning to determine search area and cordon size requirements. b. Establish CP. During the conduct of the investigation the following should occur: B-GL-383-002/PS-002 237 . B.Air Defence E32304379S EXECUTE EXPLOSIVE EXPLOITATION LEVEL: 2 (IED Team or Engr Sect or Forensics Team) PHASE: OOTW References: A. B-GJ-005-316/FP-001 Canadian Forces Operating Procedures for the Conduct of IEDD Operations. 2. Tasking order in response to an encountered IED or explosive incident. and Conduct initial walkthrough. DAOD 8000-1 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Instructions. TASK STANDARD: The exploitation team carries out an investigation of the incident. CONDITIONS: a. Remarks 2. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. The cordon remains in place for the conduct of exploitation. with due regard to the operating environment and tactical situation. in order to determine the factors surrounding the cause of the incident. Chapter 7.

c. If available. c. d. Functional BTS: Nil 238 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Complete scene diagram. b. and Sweep for evidence and recover components. d. evidence could be turned over to higher-level exploitation assets for further processing. the exploitation team will: a. Analyze evidence and attempt reconstruction of device.Battle Task Standards a. e. 3. Assess the seat of explosion (if post-detonation). Brief search teams (if available). b. Backbrief higher HQ on details of the incident. Conduct detailed questioning of witnesses. Prepare and submit investigation report. Upon conclusion of the investigation. and Conduct an AAR.

Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher to include: (a) (b) (c) (d) (2) (3) c. The element conducts Reconnaissance IAW BTS E1331221E RECONNOITRE A HEAVY EQUIPMENT TASK. The element constructs a combat road: a. 3.Air Defence E23405242E / E24605242E CONSTRUCT A COMBAT ROAD LEVEL: 3 to 4 References: A. Denied. start and end points. The element conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 4. lane requirements. FM 5-430-00-2. Situation. 2. and duration of use. b. The Engineer Troop designs the combat road. traffic density. Nil. TASK STANDARD: The element designs the combat road to meet design requirements and completes construction within the given time. B. 2. FM 5-430-00-1. Task site security IAW BTS A03404174E / A04604174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Necessary Criteria 1. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 239 Remarks . 5. The element receives orders to construct a combat road. 1. and Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. CONDITIONS: a. and Troop sized element. Sets out centreline of combat road IAW design.

e. Functional BTS: Nil 240 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria b. grubs and strips the route as required IAW BTS E5235243E EXECUTE CLEARING / GRUBBING / STRIPPING OPERATIONS. and Constructs Road to meet Military Road specifications. Clears.. The element submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP (i. 6. E102A ENGTASKREP). Remarks c.

Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. The element ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the duration of the construction. Manufacturer’s specifications. 5. The element receives orders to construct initial standard camp. b. DESIGN AND EXECUTE CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS. 4. The element ensures quality assurance procedures are implemented throughout the duration of the construction. Installations and Engineering Services for Deployed Operations. Necessary Criteria 1. TASK STANDARD: The element will construct initial standard camp IAW all applicable codes and regulations and timings given. The element establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A03404174E / A04604174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Denied. All applicable codes and regulations. 1. The element will follow the procedures outlined in BTS E83405288S PLAN. Nil. the general location of the camp. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 241 Remarks . CONDITIONS: a.and The equipment required to complete the task.Air Defence E23405292S / E24605292S CONSTRUCT INITIAL STANDARD CAMP LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: B-GL-361-012/FP-001 Accommodations. Situation. 2. and the date and time the camp is to be operational. 2. 3. to include: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) c. The element conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE.

The design of the camp structure and utilities follow the guidelines within ref A to include: (1) (2) (3) (4) roads and site drainage. water utility systems.g. railroads.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 6. electrical utility systems. 7. b. conducts an initial assessment of accommodation and engineering services requirements based on the guideline scales of accommodation and engineering services requirements contained in ref A. Determines the type of construction required for each of the major functional requirements within the camp based on the initial standard of construction. Remarks d. ports. Determines the extent of any limited Host Nation (HN) and / or Allied support that is available. Number of personnel by sub-element. extent and status of existing structures / utilities (e. Functional area requirements (headquarters. and Based on the user data / requirements above.g. structures. i. Location. and sewage treatment plant). logistic installations. c. h. danger area radius for ammunition used by the sub-unit). g.. sleeping accommodation. etc) and preferred layout considerations. helicopter landing points. f. airports. Acquires or performs a threat analysis (to determine site layout and survivability requirements).. Safety considerations specific to the type of sub-unit (e. unit medical station. 242 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . During the design stage the following must be considered: a. During the planning stage the following must be considered: a. e. Number and type of vehicles (ground vehicles and helicopters).

and Schedules all required construction activities to meet the operational requirements (e. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 243 . 8. 9.g. solid and hazardous waste disposal. Construction of the individual structures and utility systems is performed IAW the applicable BTS. fire fighting.. POL storage and distribution. Remarks Security. messes). waste utility systems. security and safety) of the camp before the domestic requirements (e. c. The element submits task status reports to higher command IAW unit SOP’s.Air Defence Necessary Criteria (5) (6) (7) (8) b.g. The element executes construction IAW the design and specifications..

The element will: a. 244 . a tactical movement. Assign resources in accordance with priority of effort.Battle Task Standards LEVELS THREE TO SIX E23411238E / E24611238E / E26711238S INTEGRATE BARRIER PLAN LEVEL: 3 to 6 PHASE: All War Reference: Section 2. Warning Order. Demonstrate a clear understanding of comd’s intent and concept of operations through the assignment of obstacle intent and effects associated with obstacle groups. Monitor and adjust resources to reflect changing operational circumstances. TASK STANDARD: The element provides the supported arm element with a barrier plan that supports his intent and concept of operations as well as the Engineer Regiment comd’s plans. b. Situation. The supported arms unit plans and prepares to conduct an operation. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. c. 1. Necessary Criteria 1. Nil. CONDITIONS: a. or a deployment. Denied. At least one level of subordinate elements. Orders from higher HQ or comd’s intent. B-GL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations. manoeuvre arm plans and barrier effect. Chapter 5. and B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks b. d. A tactical plan including fire plans. Ensure the integration of the barrier plan with the manoeuvre and fire plans to achieve the desired effect. 2.

Remarks Functional BTS: E63405263E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN ENGINEER DUMP B-GL-383-002/PS-002 245 . Designate obstacle emplacement responsibilities.Air Defence Necessary Criteria e.

Nil. and Subordinate elements. 2. Denied. TASK STANDARD: The element coordinates and provides Engineer capabilities to enhance mobility in order to accomplish the comd’s mission.Battle Task Standards LEVELS FOUR AND SIX E24603240E / E26703240S PLAN AND EXECUTE MOBILITY OPERATIONS LEVEL: 4 AND 6 PHASE: ALL Reference: Section 4. The element will: a. Orders from higher HQ or comd’s intent. Section 2. c. Demonstrate a clear understanding of comd’s intent and concept of operations. Higher HQ. Chapter 5. and Chapter 8. BGL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations. The element is supporting other elements in the conduct of operations. Manoeuvre element(s). Warning Order. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. Situation. b. Chapter 7. b. Remarks 246 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . CONDITIONS: a. 1. Develop a plan and assign resources in accordance with priority of effort. Advise comd and staff on mobility considerations. Chapter 6. Necessary Criteria 1. Section 3.

e. and Control crossing areas as required.Air Defence Necessary Criteria d. Remarks Functional BTS: E24623145E EXECUTE AN OBSTACLE BREACH E24605242E CONSTRUCT A COMBAT ROAD E24623207E ASSIST ATTACK ON FORTIFIED POSITION E73405263E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN ENGINEER DUMP E33405237S CONSTRUCT MGB E2340211S PREPARE AND IMPROVE FORDING SITE E23403229S EXECUTE RAFTING OPERATION E23403225S CONSTRUCT AND MAINTAIN FLOATING BRIDGE E23403226S CONSTRUCT ELEVATED CABLE SYSTEM E23404234E EXECUTE MINE CLEARANCE OPERATIONS E23403097S CONSTRUCT A HLS E23423133E CLEAR A BUNKER E24623224E ASSIST AN ASLT WATER CROSSING E32304210S CLEAR BOOBY TRAPS E42203189S EXECUTE LAUNCH / RECOVERY OF AVLB E22305219E INSTALL A CULVERT E52305252E MAINTAIN ROADS E1331214E RECONNOITRE A ROUTE—ENGINEER B-GL-383-002/PS-002 247 . Monitor and adjust resources to reflect changing operational circumstances.

Necessary Criteria 1. c. TASK STANDARD: The element provides the supported arm unit comd with countermobility support that hinders OPFOR movement IAW his intent and concept of operations as well as the Engineer Regiment comd’s plans. a tactical movement. 1. Chapter 7 B-GL-361-001/FP001 Land Force Engineer Operations. Develop a plan and assign resources in accordance with priority of effort. d. Integrate the Barrier Plan with counter-mobility requirements IAW BTS E24611238E / E26711238S INTEGRATE THE BARRIER PLAN. Chapter 6. Remarks b. b.Battle Task Standards E24614241E / E24614241S PLAN AND EXECUTE COUNTER-MOBILITY OPERATIONS LEVEL: 4 to 6 PHASE: All War Reference: Section 3. Warning Order. Nil. turn. CONDITIONS: a. The supported arms element plans and prepares to conduct an operation. Situation. Orders from higher HQ or comd’s intent. or a deployment. Denied. 2. The element will: a. and Monitor and adjust resources to reflect changing operational circumstances. fix or block). manoeuvre plan and barrier effect. Section 2. Section 3. and Advise the higher comd and staff on use of natural terrain features and obstacle systems to achieve the desired effect (disrupt. Chapter 5. A tactical plan including fire plan. 248 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Subordinate element HQ. Given: (1) (2) (3) c.

Air Defence Functional BTS: E2344191E CONSTRUCT WALL / BUND E2344135E CONSTRUCT WIRE OBSTACLES E2344232E CONSTRUCT NON-EXPLOSIVE VEHICLE OBSTACLES E2344203E LAY / LIFT A MINEFIELD E2341201E TRANSFER CONTROL OF AN OBSTACLE E2341200E CONTROL EXECUTION OF A RESERVED OBSTACLE E2343228E EXECUTE LIVE DEMOLITIONS E3234204S SET BOOBY TRAPS E3234261S CONSTRUCT UNDERWATER OBSTACLES E4234190S CONSTRUCT AT DITCH E3234090E CONSTRUCT A CRATER E3234089E CONSTRUCT AN ABATIS E4234191S CONSTRUCT A WALL / BUND B-GL-383-002/PS-002 249 .

Section 4. Chapter 7 and Chapter 8 BGL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations.Battle Task Standards E24604241E PLAN AND EXECUTE SURVIVABILITY OPERATIONS LEVEL: 4 and 6 PHASE: All Reference: Section 3. 250 Remarks Demonstrate a clear understanding of comd’s intent and concept of operations. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. The element is supporting a unit in the conduct of operations. Nil. b. e. 2. 1. c. d. and Subordinate elements. Develop a plan and assign resources in accordance with priority of effort. Provide technical advice to other units’ comd on camouflage and concealment. Monitor and adjust resources to reflect changing operational circumstances. and equipment to develop and improve their defensive positions or facilities through fortification and hardening. TASK STANDARD: The element provides the supported unit with technical advice. and B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Other unit(s). Chapter 5. Denied. b. skills. The Engineer Squadron will: a. Situation. Higher HQ. Section 4. Advise comd and staff on deception plan. CONDITIONS: a. Warning Order. Chapter 6. Orders from higher HQ or comd’s intent. Necessary Criteria 1.

Execute the non-electronic tasks of the formation deception plan.Air Defence Necessary Criteria f. Remarks Functional BTS: E2345220E CONSTRUCT SHELTER E2344230S CONSTRUCT COLLECTIVE NBC PROTECTION E2344235E PREPARE SITE FOR URBAN OPERATIONS E2344209E EXTRICATE OTHERS FROM A MINEFIELD E2344231E CONSTRUCT DECOYS E4234192S CONSTRUCT VEHICLE PROTECTIVE POSITIONS E3233133E ASSIST DIGGING EXPLOSIVELY E63405262E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN ENGINEER DUMP B-GL-383-002/PS-002 251 .

demolitions accessories and / or mines required to complete the obstacle are available. A Demolition Order is provided (including for those obstacles not involving a demolition). crater group or firing of a ground emplaced scatterable mine system). Engineers and Assault Pioneers. Denied. Situation. The Engineer Troop changes the state of readiness and / or executes the obstacle upon receipt of the appropriate orders. CONDITIONS: a. B-GL-361-008/FP-003 Demolitions Part 2—Volume 8. TASK STANDARD: The Engineer Troop maintains the required state of readiness. 2. The Engineer Troop is ordered to control the execution of a reserved obstacle. follows procedures IAW references. The Engineer Troop executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 2.Battle Task Standards TROOP E23401200E CONTROL EXECUTION OF A RESERVED OBSTACLE LEVEL: 3 (Engineer Troop) PHASE: All Reference: Section 4. Necessary Criteria 1. Nil. 1. he Engineer Troop completes the obstacle and reports the results. and The explosives. If a demolition. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. All members of the Engineer Troop know their responsibilities IAW references. b. Obstacle type (bridge demolition. when ordered to execute. the target has been prepared to State 1 (SAFE). The Engineer Troop. 3. Chapter 2. Remarks 252 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

5. The Engineer Troop submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP. Remarks Functional BTS: E32301200E CONTROL EXECUTION OF A RESERVED OBSTACLE B-GL-383-002/PS-002 253 . If mines have been laid a minefield record is submitted to higher headquarters.Air Defence Necessary Criteria 4.

Section 3. briefing on the tactical situation. signatures. Orders to include the time and location for the rendezvous between the parties. Chapter 2. Handover an obstacle to another Canadian or allied engineer element or to an all-arms work party. or Takeover an obstacle. The transfer includes the required identity check. and reporting requirements. B-GL-361-008/FP-003 Demolitions Part 2—Volume 8. Engineers and Assault Pioneers. 2. transfer of documentation. TASK STANDARD: The transfer is executed at the appointed time and location. The element commanders sign and exchange documentation which may include: a. During the handover a detailed briefing is executed on the local tactical situation and the obstacles as per references and documentation. c. Reporting and Marking Procedures. 1. Remarks 254 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . STANAG 2036 Ed 4 Amdt 2—Land Minefield Laying. The Engineer Troop and the other element executes a mutual identity check to include verification of orders and proper identification 3. Chapter 4. Demolition Order. Situation. Denied. D. Recording. 4. Annex A.Battle Task Standards E2341201E TRANSFER CONTROL OF AN OBSTACLE LEVEL: 3 (Engineer Troop) PHASE: All References: A. B-GL-361-009/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps. Part 1. C. CONDITIONS: a. Nil. The Engineer Troop rendezvous at the appointed time and location. details of the obstacle. Given. All Arms. STANAG 2989 Ed 1 Amdt 3—Transfer of Barriers. B. It is understood by all members of the gaining element. 2. The Engineer Troop is ordered to either: (1) (2) b. Necessary Criteria 1.

Minefield record. An obstacle folder. Remarks Functional BTS: E32301201E TRANSFER CONTROL OF AN OBSTACLE B-GL-383-002/PS-002 255 . c.Air Defence Necessary Criteria b. and A handwritten receipt. d.

2. The Engineer Troop receives orders to construct a helicopter landing site. Chapter 15. and Dust control materials are available. The Engineer Troop constructs a helicopter landing site IAW references. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. The Engineer Troop submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP. site marking requirements. Given: (1) Orders include the general location of the site. 2. Necessary Criteria 1. (2) (3) c. CONDITIONS: a. usage (day / night and duration). Nil. size and shape of the landing points within the site. and Time by which construction must be completed. The Engineer Troop executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. B-GL-361-003/FP-001 Basic Field Engineering. Functional BTS: E32303097S CONSTRUCT A HELICOPTER LANDING SITE Remarks 256 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . B. Denied. TASK STANDARD: The Engineer Troop constructs the helicopter landing site to the required specifications within the time allotted. Chapter 11. b. 3.Battle Task Standards E2343097S CONSTRUCT A HELICOPTER LANDING SITE LEVEL: 3 (Engineer Troop) PHASE: All References: A. Situation. type and number of helicopters that will use the site. 1.

The firebase is repositioned to ensure the isolation of the designated bunker and suppresses the enemy. Where possible. 2. b. to destroy the enemy. B-GL-309-003/FP-001 Infantry Section and Platoon in Battle. the Engineer Troop locates and identifies enemy positions. 2. TASK STANDARD: The Engineer Troop clears the bunker without becoming combat ineffective. obstacles. (The soldier who posts the grenade should not be the first one to clear the bunker). Sections will be rotated B-GL-383-002/PS-002 257 Remarks . Momentum is maintained on the attack through the movement of Sections from the firebase to the Assault. Nil. After the grenade detonates. The assault section assaults the bunker. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness information. firing short bursts. 4. Denied. 5. the soldier covering the exit enters the bunker. Situation. Given.Air Defence E23423133E CLEAR A BUNKER LEVEL: 3 (Engineer Troop) PHASE: Offensive Operations Reference: Section 4. c. strengths. The cleared bunker is marked. CONDITIONS: a. REACT TO DIRECT FIRE. 6. the Engineer Troop reacts IAW BTS A03404180E. The Engineer Troop follows the success of the attack against the bunker by attacking other bunkers as directed. smoke is employed to obscure the enemy position. If not engaged. Necessary Criteria 1. and a vulnerable flank of at least one bunker. 3. 1. One Section is designated to employ Anti Armour Weapons against the first bunker to be assaulted. weapons. the Engineer Troop identifies the enemy in a bunker complex. Chapter 5. 7. While moving as a part of a larger force. If engaged. The Engineer Troop is ordered to secure and clear a portion of the bunker complex.

Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 258 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The Squadron Headquarters will be kept situationally aware through a series of SITREPs. replenished and reorganized as required IAW BTS A03405301E EXECUTE REORGANIZATION. 8.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria through the lead.

Subordinates. The Engineer Troop receives orders to construct and maintain a fording site. and Combat divers are available. Heavy equipment / engineer resources are available. A crossing site reconnaissance report is available. type / quantity of vehicles. CONDITIONS: a. 2. Construction is completed within the time allotted in orders. The Engineer Troop maintains the ford for the duration of the crossing or as ordered. Nil. crossing site location. b. Denied. Situation. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher.Air Defence E23403211S PREPARE AND IMPROVE FORDING SITE LEVEL: 3 (Engineer Troop) PHASE: All References: Chapter 7. B-GL-361-010/FP-001 Gap Crossing. TASK STANDARD: The Engineer Troop constructs the ford providing unimpeded passage of the traffic density for which it was designed. including: (a) (b) (c) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. 1. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 259 . and time that crossing must be open.

shores and other sensitive areas should be minimized. The Engineer Troop prepares and maintains the fording site IAW reference for the duration of the operation. 4. The Engineer Troop executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Necessary Criteria 1. 3. Remarks Functional BTS: E32303211S PREPARE AND IMPROVE A FORDING SITE 260 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The Engineer Troop submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. 2. The Engineer Troop is to coordinate/confirm that combat divers breach(ed) underwater obstacles IAW BTS E22323258S EXECUTE AN UNDER WATER OBSTACLE BREACH and mark the far shoreline. Traffic along banks. this task should be trained only at authorized sites and once clearance has been granted by the appropriate agencies.Battle Task Standards NOTE For environmental reasons.

CONDITIONS: a. 1.Air Defence E23423225S CONSTRUCT AND MAINTAIN FLOATING BRIDGE LEVEL: 3 (Engineer Troop) PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. Denied. Enemy activity may be present. crossing site location. B. B-GL-361-010/FP-001 Gap Crossing. Section 2. suitable for wheeled and tracked vehicles. Chapter 5. Combat divers are available to breach underwater obstacles and mark the far shoreline. Situation. Nil. TAM 805. Completed recce report for the assigned task. B-GL-332-006/FP-001 Insert—Engineers. including: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) c. Chapter 7. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 261 . The Engineer Troop receives orders to construct and maintain an MLC 60 medium floating bridge (MFB) up to 85m in. D. and time that bridge must be operational. Subordinates. b. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Crossing site assets readily available. B-GL-318-006/PT-004 MR/MFB Operators Manual. B-GL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations— Volume 1. The task may involve a transition from rafting operations to bridge construction in support of a deliberate river crossing operation. and Elements of the force-in-place to provide local security. Site condition are favourable with a max of 1. C.22.5 m/s current speed.

The Engineer Troop is to coordinate/confirm that combat divers breach(ed) underwater obstacles IAW BTS E22323258S EXECUTE AN UNDER WATER OBSTACLE BREACH and mark the far shoreline. 5. marked and maintained. 3. 8.Battle Task Standards 2. Necessary Criteria 1. TASK STANDARD: On order. The Engineer Troop submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. 7. with emphasis on the following points: a. Functional BTS: E1331210S RECONNOITRE A GAP CROSSING E5235250E EXECUTE LIFT 262 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The Engineer Troop advises the Movement Control Organization of any developments which may delay / speed up the movement of the vehicles through the crossing site. If time permits the element executes a confirmatory reconnaissance to confirm the crossing site and key locations. 4. Crossing site approaches. Remarks b. If the duration of the bridging operation and tactical situation dictates. The crossing commences NLT specified timings. Crossing sub-unit personnel are briefed on water safety measures. embarkation and debarkation drills. 6. suitable for wheeled and tracked vehicles. and Identify and request additional support. The Engineer Troop constructs MFB and maintains bridging operations IAW references. are constructed. The Engineer Troop executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. the Engineer Troop constructs an MLC 50 MFB up to 85m in length. 2. the Engineer Troop installs bridge protection devices. The Engineer Troop establishes and maintains effective communications between the crossing site and support areas.

Denied. Given Orders from one level of command higher. and within the time allotted. stores and accessories required for task. 2. 1. 4. ensuring positive control is maintained throughout. 3. The Engineer Troop submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP. Situation. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 263 . and time by which the system must be operational. 2. including: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. completed recce report and design performa for a gap of at least 15m. The Engineer Troop executes the task IAW references and design. Necessary Criteria 1. to safely support the crossing of given loads/personnel.Air Defence E23403226S CONSTRUCT ELEVATED CABLE SYSTEM LEVEL: 3 (Engineer Troop) PHASE: All References: Chapter 9. B-GL-361-004/FP-001 Rigging. TASK STANDARD: The elevated cable system is constructed IAW the reconnaissance and design performa provided. suitable load/personnel to cross the gap (min 100 kg). The Engineer Troop executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The Engineer Troop receives orders to construct an elevated cable system to move a number of loads/personnel across a gap. The Engineer Troop crosses the load(s). CONDITIONS: a. Nil. crossing site location. b.

b. All Arms. Chapters 2 to 9.g. Cutting charges (steel and concrete). Borehole charges (concrete). B. The charges to be employed during this training may include: a. B-GL-361-008/FP-003 Demolitions Part 2—Volume 8.Battle Task Standards E23403228E EXECUTE LIVE DEMOLITIONS LEVEL: 3 (Engineer Troop) PHASE: N/A References: A. Linear shaped charges. Engineer Troop personnel perform activities IAW their respective qualification level and the references. Situation. and prepares. this BTS may be used to practice the preparation and firing of the charges necessary to achieve those BTS. CONDITIONS: a. Nil.. A suitable area for demolitions. The required explosives. b. 1. Demolition safety precautions are observed throughout. Breaching charges (concrete including counterforce). This BTS provides the basis for the execution of live demolitions training using charges not employed or in preparation for other demolition BTS. demolition accessories and targets. cratering). d. Chapter 5. c. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks 264 . TASK STANDARD: The Engineer Troop accurately determines the method of attack and quantity of explosives required to destroy the targets provided. affixes and fires the charges. B-GL-361-008/FP-001 Demolitions. 2. Necessary Criteria 1. Denied. 2. Part 1—Volume 9. The Engineer Troop prepares the targets to receive demolition charges. Engineers and Assault Pioneers. Given: (1) (2) c. Where training area availability and / or local regulations preclude the field firing of demolitions to achieve other demolitions related BTS (e.

d.e. BTS E32314089E CONSTRUCT AN ABATIS: Timber cutting and / or borehole charges. and Review of the safe operating procedures for the execution of battle simulation / inoculation. and BTS E23404217S EXECUTE IEDD OPERATIONS: Disposal by detonation and cutting shaped charges (i. Verification that the equipment is functioning properly (i. f.. mouse-hole and satchel charges. Remarks b. 4. vent and burn).e. c. BTS E23423207E ASSIST ATTACK ON A FORTIFIED POSITION: Bangalore torpedo. vent and burn). BTS E23404216S EXECUTE CMD OPERATIONS: Disposal by detonation and cutting shaped charges (i.e. BTS A03404167S DENY EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES: Basic charges. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 265 .Air Defence Necessary Criteria 3. b. Refresher training on the Battlefield Effects Remote Firing System is executed during this BTS to include the following activities: a.. berfs self test). e. BTS E32314090E CONSTRUCT A CRATER: Conical shaped charges and mined charges. Other charges are trained during achievement of the following BTS: a..

Crossing site approaches.Battle Task Standards E23403229S EXECUTE RAFTING OPERATION LEVEL: 3 (Engineer Troop) PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. marked and maintained. B-GL-361-010/FP-001 Gap Crossing. Combat divers are available to breach underwater obstacles and mark the far shoreline. B. Crossing site assets readily available. Denied. The crossing commences NLT specified timings. 2. are constructed. the Engineer Troop constructs and operates a 5 Bay MLC 60 medium raft. suitable for the intended traffic. and H-hour. water crossing plan. Chapter 5. including: (a) (b) (c) (d) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) c. 1. B-GL-318-006/PT-004 MR/MFB Operators Manual. 266 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. the volume and types of traffic to be crossed. Subordinates. B-GL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations— Volume 1. C. b. Chapter 7. Situation. Section 2. Site condition are favourable. and Elements of the force-in-place to provide local security. crossing site location. Completed recce report for the assigned task. CONDITIONS: a. TASK STANDARD: On order. The Engineer Troop receives orders to construct and operate an MLC 60 medium raft in support of a deliberate river crossing operation. Nil.

Crossing sub-unit personnel are briefed on water safety measures. The Engineer Troop constructs raft and executes rafting operations IAW references. 3. and Identify and request additional support. Remarks b. with emphasis on the following points: a.Air Defence Necessary Criteria 1. The Engineer Troop is to coordinate/confirm that combat divers breach(ed) underwater obstacles IAW BTS E22323258S EXECUTE AN UNDER WATER OBSTACLE BREACH and mark the far shoreline. The Engineer Troop Executes battle procedure out IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. If time permits the element Executes a confirmatory reconnaissance to confirm the crossing site and key locations. 6. 4. embarkation and debarkation drills. 2. 5. The Engineer Troop advises the Movement Control Organization of any developments which may delay / speed up the movement of the vehicles through the crossing site. The Engineer Troop submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. The Engineer Troop establishes and maintains effective communications between the crossing site and support areas. Functional BTS: E1331210S RECONNOITRE A GAP CROSSING E5235250E EXECUTE LIFT B-GL-383-002/PS-002 267 . 7.

Situation. size and construction completion time of the wire obstacle. 2. Functional BTS: E23404135E CONSTRUCT WIRE OBSTACLES Remarks 268 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 1. The Engineer Troop submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP.Battle Task Standards E23404135E CONSTRUCT WIRE OBSTACLES LEVEL: 3 (Engineer Troop) PHASE: All References: A. CONDITIONS: a. The Engineer Troop executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The necessary defensive stores (Class IV) are available. Orders include the location. Denied. B-GL-361-003/FP-001 Basic Field Engineering. Nil. TASK STANDARD: The obstacle is completed to the required size and technical standard within the time allocated and IAW orders. 3. B-GL-361-006/FP-001 Field Protection. The wire obstacle is constructed to the appropriate technical standards outlined in references and IAW orders. type. 2. and Local protection is provided by the supported unit. b. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. The Engineer Troop receives orders to construct a wire obstacle. B. Necessary Criteria 1.

e. 1. The wall may be a breastwork / sangar (i. Denied. The Engineer Troop validates the effectiveness of the wall / bund using available and authorized means. The Engineer Troop constructs wall / bund IAW reference. above ground protective wall when excavation is unfeasible) or may itself revet an excavated field fortification (e.e. Necessary Criteria 1. CONDITIONS: a. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 269 Remarks . engineer resources and construction materials are available. Nil. 3.Air Defence E23404191E CONSTRUCT WALL / BUND LEVEL: 3 (Engineer Troop) PHASE: All Reference: B-GL-361-006/FP-001 Field Defences and Obstacles. blast and fragmentation).. The Engineer Troop receives orders to construct a wall with or without revetment or a bund to protect personnel. facilities or equipment against direct and / or indirect fire (i.. at the required location and within the time allotted in orders. and time by which construction is to be completed.g. the unit to be supported. TASK STANDARD: The Engineer Troop constructs the wall / bund IAW the technical standard applicable to the particular wall / bund design. the anticipated threat. 2. including: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (2) c. general location of the wall / bund. sandbag revetment). 2. The Engineer Troop executes battle procedure out IAW BTS A0341000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE.. Situation. b. Subordinates. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher.

Remarks Functional BTS: E13301205E EXECUTE OBSTACLE RECONNAISSANCE E42304191S CONSTRUCT WALL / BUND 270 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 4. The Engineer Troop submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP.

The Engineer Troop establishes and operates the mine cache IAW references. Situation. The Engineer Troop submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP. (3) c. Denied. Mines are prepared and loaded onto minefield laying vehicles at the rate required to sustain mine laying operations. Engineers and Assault Pioneers. and Required material handling equipment is available. 2. 3. TASK STANDARD: The Engineer Troop establishes the mine cache by the time stated in orders. Functional BTS: E32314202E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A MINE CACHE Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 271 . CONDITIONS: a. Part 2. The Engineer Troop ensures all mines are accounted for. unloading. 2. preparation and loading of mines. The cache is properly secured.Air Defence E23414202E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A MINE CACHE LEVEL: 3 (Engineer Troop) PHASE: All Warfighting Reference: B-GL-320-010/FP-002 Mines and Booby Traps. The Engineer Troop executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 4. The Engineer Troop receives orders to establish and operate a mine cache to support mine laying operations. The cache is operated efficiently including traffic control. Necessary Criteria 1. b. Nil. and stock control. 1. Given: (1) (2) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. A reconnaissance of the mine cache has been executed as part of the minefield laying reconnaissance and the reconnaissance report is available.

B-GL-320-010/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps. Situation. 272 Remarks parties are assigned and tasks clearly identified. Denied. 2. and timings commensurate with environmental conditions. including: (a) (b) (c) (2) (3) c. B. All Arms. minefield design. The Engineer Troop has been ordered to lay a minefield. Local protection is being provided by other elements. TASK STANDARD: The minefield is laid and marked within the time allocated. Necessary Criteria 1. b. The Engineer Troop executes battle procedure out IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. with emphasis on the following points: a. 1. All mines can be located using the minefield record. location.Battle Task Standards E23414203E LAY AND LIFT A MINEFIELD LEVEL: 3 (Engineer Troop) PHASE: ALL Reference: A. Chapter 4. The minefield is lifted within the time allocated. Engineers and Assault Pioneers. Part 2. TAM 805. CONDITIONS: a. and rehearsals have been executed on laying out and B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The mine cache is operational and minefield fencing stores are dumped on the battle position. b.33 B-GL-332-006/FP-001 Insert—Engineers. There are no friendly casualties from a failure to observe mine safety during laying or lifting. C. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Nil. B-GL-361-009/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps. Part 1. Subordinates.

The Engineer Troop executes periodic inspections of the minefield to determine if there has been any interference caused by enemy action. Enemy interference is reported to higher. artillery. The minefield is set out according to the pattern of laying to be employed. gaps/lanes. cleaned. 5. 3. and repacked. The mines are disarmed. perimeter fencing is erected. The Engineer Troop lifts the minefield using the minefield record and / or a mine detector. Fencing is removed if present. A DND 2109 Minefield Completion Report (which doubles as the minefield record) will be completed. routes. If ordered. 4. Any damage to perimeter fencing and marking is repaired. The Engineer Troop lays the mines IAW the standards outlined in the references. animals or weather. 6. marked. Remarks Functional BTS: E13311205E EXECUTE A MINEFIELD LAYING RECONNAISSANCE E32314203E LAY / LIFT A MINEFIELD B-GL-383-002/PS-002 273 . 2. and row markers are identified. and known to all members of the element. Reference points.Air Defence Necessary Criteria arming/disarming procedures.

patrol versus safe lane) and width of lane to be breached and the time by which the breach is to be achieved. the type (i. CONDITIONS: a. The minefield is no more that 300 metres in depth. the start and end points of the breach lane. Part 2. The Engineer Troop executes battle procedure IAW BTS A0341000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE and informs the comd of the element in the minefield of the time estimated to execute the breach. Given: (1) Orders from one level of command higher include information acquired during the reconnaissance. B-GL-320-010/FP-002 Mines and Booby Traps.Battle Task Standards E23404209E EXTRICATE OTHERS FROM A MINEFIELD LEVEL: 3 (Engineer Troop) PHASE: All References: A. The Engineer Troop clears the lane of mines and booby traps IAW references and creates a minimum of two lanes of 4.e. B. The Engineer Troop supervises the movement of the other element from the minefield to safety 4. 2. TASK STANDARD: The Engineer Troop breaches a minimum of two 4. Part 1. (2) (3) (4) c. The Engineer Troop is executing tactical operations and receives orders to extricate another element from a minefield.. Denied. within the time allotted and by the most efficient means that resources allow. All Arms. The Engineer Troop submits task status reports to the supported 274 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks .5 metre wide lanes. b. B-GL-320-010/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps. Engineers and Assault Pioneers. 3.5m each. 1. Situation. 2. The breach is executed under conditions of low visibility. No additional casualties occur from the minefield. Necessary Criteria 1. The force-in-place provides breach site security. Bypass is not possible. Chapter 6.

Remarks Functional BTS: E32304209E EXTRICATE OTHERS FROM MINEFIELD B-GL-383-002/PS-002 275 .Air Defence Necessary Criteria manoeuvre comd.

TASK STANDARD: The Engineer Troop constructs the decoy installation within the time allotted. CONDITIONS: a. 276 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Heavy equipment support and camouflage materials are available within unit resources.Battle Task Standards E23404231E CONSTRUCT DECOYS LEVEL: 3 (Engineer Troop) PHASE: All Reference: B-GL-354-003/FP 001 Deception. Subordinates. type of decoy with desired effect. Surveillance sensors are available within the unit or from other arms to validate the quality of the decoy installation from the enemy’s point of view. specific-to-arm advice and / or equipment is available to provide guidance on installation layout to construct a credible decoy. bridge / raft. The Engineer Troop addresses the fundamental considerations of decoy construction including location. etc which would constitute a high value target. Situation. b. c. 2. Nil. 1. The Engineer Troop receives orders to construct a decoy installation such as a dump or logistic installation. Creativity and ingenuity are maximized to credibly simulate key features of the installation. Denied. Sufficient construction / salvage material is available to simulate the intended installation. CP. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. movement. signatures and camouflage. and time that construction must be completed. including: (a) (b) (c) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) installation site location.

The Engineer Troop constructs decoy IAW reference and specific toarms advice. with emphasis on the following points: a. 3. b. 4. The Engineer Troop executes battle procedure out IAW BTS A0341000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. and Identify and request additional support. The Engineer Troop submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP.Air Defence Necessary Criteria 1. The Engineer Troop validates the effectiveness of the decoy using all available sensors. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 277 . Remarks 2. Ensure liaison is executed to maximize credibility of deception plan.

B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. TASK STANDARD: The Engineer Troop constructs a non-explosive vehicle obstacle. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Chapter 8. tied to existing or reinforcing obstacles. and the time by which construction must be complete. Construction is completed within the time allotted. CONDITIONS: a. 1. B-GL-361-003/FP-001 Basic Field Engineering. B-GL-361-006/FP-001 Field Protection. including: (a) (b) (c) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. 2. general location of the obstacle(s). Necessary Criteria 1. 2. Required heavy equipment is available. Nil. Welding support is available to assist in steel obstacle construction. b. B. Required material is available. Subordinates. unit to be supported.Battle Task Standards E23404232E CONSTRUCT NON-EXPLOSIVE VEHICLE OBSTACLES LEVEL: 3 (Engineer Troop) PHASE: Defensive Operations References: A. C. Section 2. The Engineer Troop receives orders to construct one or more nonexplosive vehicle obstacles to support the manoeuvre comd’s plan for the defence. The Engineer Troop executes battle procedure IAW BTS A0341000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Situation. to block or disrupt anticipated enemy vehicles. Denied. The Engineer Troop establishes local site security IAW BTS Remarks 278 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

Remarks Functional BTS: E13301206E EXECUTE OBSTACLE RECONNAISSANCE E32304232E CONSTRUCT NON-EXPLOSIVE VEHICLE OBSTACLES B-GL-383-002/PS-002 279 . The Engineer Troop submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. 3. The non-explosive obstacles are constructed to the appropriate technical standards outlined in references and IAW orders.Air Defence Necessary Criteria A0344174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE if local security is not provided. 4.

B. Chapter 6.. however. 2. B-GL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations— Volume 1. Information on suspected mines (e. Engineers and Assault Pioneers. 2. Situation. Denied. No casualties are suffered as a result of a failure to follow proper Remarks 280 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . some interference by belligerents is possible. Orders from higher command include the section of route or general area to be cleared. B-GL-320-010/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps. Necessary Criteria 1. b. 3. An area with less then 20 mines. Chapter 9. mine incident reports or minefield records) is provided if available. TASK STANDARD: The Engineer Troop clears the route or area of all mines manually. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c.g. B-GL-361-008/FP-003 Demolitions Part 2—Volume 8. Chapter 3. The Engineer Troop executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Part 2. making best use of any available information available on the nature and extent of mines to be cleared during the development of the clearance plan. B-GL-320-010/FP-002 Mines and Booby Traps. All Arms. Section 2.Battle Task Standards E2344234E EXECUTE MINE CLEARANCE OPERATIONS LEVEL: 3 (Engineer Troop) PHASE: All References: A. Mechanical clearing devices. CONDITIONS: a. The Engineer Troop is ordered to clear a route or area suspected of containing mines. The site is secure. D. Part 1. 1. C. Engineers and Assault Pioneers. The Engineer Troop executes clearance of soft and hard surface routes or open areas manually IAW all applicable references. No casualties are suffered as a result of a failure to follow proper clearance procedures.

Remarks Functional BTS: E13302213E RECONNOITRE AN ENEMY OBSTACLE E13302212E RECONNOITRE AN ENEMY MINEFIELD (DISMOUNTED) B-GL-383-002/PS-002 281 . 5.Air Defence Necessary Criteria clearance procedures. 4. The Engineer Troop updates existing records and submits them to higher HQ. The Engineer Troop submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP.

e. Chapter 5. Section 6. (2) (3) (4) c. Construction trades people to advise and assist in structural preparations. and construct obstacles to personnel / vehicular movement. B. Class IV / V stores and heavy equipment. 2 or 3) are completed within the times specified in orders. Buildings prepared for defence provide both effective weapons platforms and protection from enemy fire. 6. prepare / deny communication routes through / between buildings and underground. Necessary Criteria 1. 2. Chapter 6. 8. b. B-GL-361-006/FP-001 Field Protection. Sections 2-3. 1. Nil. Stage 1. 282 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . Obstacles canalize enemy forces into killing zones and deny them access to advantageous positions. Given: (1) Orders from higher command to prepare buildings as defensive positions and / or shelters. E. The Engineer Troop executes battle procedure IAW BTS A0341000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 7.Battle Task Standards E23434235E PREPARE SITE FOR URBAN OPERATIONS LEVEL: 3 (Engineer Troop) PHASE: Defensive Operations References: A. Denied. B-GL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations— Volume 1. TASK STANDARD: Preparations are completed IAW the manoeuvre comd’s intent and the stages of building preparation (i. CONDITIONS: a. Engineers and Assault Pioneers. C. Buildings are adequately reinforced to withstand the additional loads imposed by protective measures. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. B-GL-361-003/FP-001 Basic Field Engineering.. The Engineer Troop is executing tactical operations and is supporting the occupying force in establishing a defence in a built up area. D. Security provided by the supported force. Situation. Chapters 5. B-GL-361-008/FP-003 Demolitions Part 2—Volume 8.

and Information on local sources of construction materials. Building floor plans and structural drawings. 3. Drawings of underground utilities / tunnels. c. Functional BTS: E13301206E EXECUTE OBSTACLE RECONNAISSANCE B-GL-383-002/PS-002 283 . The Engineer Troop submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP. The Engineer Troop prepares site for urban operations IAW references.Air Defence Necessary Criteria 2. The Engineer Troop acquires related engineer information including: a. b. Remarks 4. 5. The Engineer Troop prepares for and executes reconnaissance with the manoeuvre comd.

2. The Engineer Troop receives orders to construct a Type II or III shelter in support of survivability operations. ISO containers. The Engineer Troop executes battle procedure out IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Nil. Situation. timber. as applicable to the tactical situation.g. (4) (5) c. Necessary Criteria 1. Specialist engineer support (e. including: (a) (b) (c) (2) (3) the unit to be supported and its location. The shelter may be underground or above ground. the anticipated threat. Remarks 284 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . etc) are available. No damage to the shelter structure or personnel injuries are incurred as a result of improper shelter design or construction.Battle Task Standards E23405220E CONSTRUCT SHELTER LEVEL: 3 (Engineer Troop) PHASE: All Reference: B-GL-361-006/FP-001 Field Defences and Obstacles. 2. Field Shelter Mark III (MEXE).. Denied. electricians) is available. and the time by which construction is to be completed. CONDITIONS: a.. 1. The Engineer Troop constructs shelter IAW reference. The required heavy equipment and construction materials (e. b. structural steel. Subordinates. concrete. CGI.g. TASK STANDARD: The Engineer Troop constructs the shelter at the designated location within the time allotted in orders. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher.

4. The Engineer Troop submits task status reports to higher. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 285 . The Engineer Troop validates the effectiveness of the shelter using available and authorized means. headquarters IAW unit SOP.Air Defence Necessary Criteria 3.

Battle Task Standards E23405227S CONSTRUCT NON-STANDARD BRIDGE LEVEL: 3 (Engineer Troop) PHASE: All References: A. marked and maintained. Denied. time that bridge must be operational.343 Non Standard Bridging. including: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) c. crossing site location. suitable for trafficking wheeled and tracked vehicles in support of a crossing operation. Situation. Heavy equipment support is available. The Engineer Troop receives orders to construct a non-standard bridge (NSB). B-GL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations— Volume 1. Chapter 9. TASK STANDARD: On order. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Section 3. Site condition are favourable. Enemy activity may be present. with emphasis on the following points: 286 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . CONDITIONS: a. The crossing commences NLT specified timings. Crossing site approaches. suitable for wheeled and tracked vehicles. B. Nil. Chapter 3. Completed recce report and design for the assigned task. FM 3-34. b. Subordinates. are constructed. The Engineer Troop executes battle procedure out IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. the Engineer Troop constructs a minimum MLC 20 single span NSB. 1. B-GL-361-010/FP-001 Gap Crossing. Necessary Criteria 1. 2. C. Construction materials are available locally.

3. The Engineer Troop executes a confirmatory reconnaissance to confirm the crossing site and key locations. The Engineer Troop constructs NSB. and Identify and request additional support. Remarks b. maintains the crossing site and provides traffic control as required IAW references. The Engineer Troop submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP.Air Defence Necessary Criteria a. 2. Functional BTS: E13301210E RECONNOITRE A GAP CROSSING SITE E52305250E EXECUTE LIFT B-GL-383-002/PS-002 287 .

The Engineer Troop executes battle procedure out IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. b.Battle Task Standards E23405236S CONSTRUCT MODULAR STEEL TRUSS BRIDGE LEVEL: 3 (Engineer Troop) PHASE: All References: A. 8 bay DS modular steel truss bridge (MSTB). Bridging materials are available. and time that bridge must be operational. suitable for trafficking wheeled and tracked vehicles in support of a crossing operation. are constructed. CONDITIONS: a. suitable for wheeled and tracked vehicles. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher.24. Nil. Enemy activity may be present. The crossing commences NLT specified timings. Crossing site approaches. Denied. Situation. TASK STANDARD: The Engineer Troop constructs an 8 bay DS MSTB in 10 hours (day) / 14 hours (night). Necessary Criteria 1. Heavy equipment support is available. with emphasis on 288 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . TAM 805. Site condition are favourable. B-GL-332-006/FP-001 Insert—Engineers. including: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. crossing site location. FM 3-34. Section 2. Chapter 9.343 Non Standard Bridging. B. Bridge constructed with ramps not at same plane as deck. Subordinates. marked and maintained. 1. C. 2. The Engineer Troop receives orders to construct an MLC 60. B-GL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations— Volume 1. and Completed recce report and design for the assigned task.

and Identify and request additional support. The Engineer Troop submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. 3.Air Defence Necessary Criteria the following points: a. Functional BTS: E13301210E RECONNOITRE A GAP CROSSING SITE E52305250E EXECUTE LIFT B-GL-383-002/PS-002 289 . maintains the crossing site and provides traffic control as required IAW references. Remarks b. The Engineer Troop constructs MSTB. The Engineer Troop executes a confirmatory reconnaissance to confirm the crossing site and key locations. 2.

The Engineer Troop receives orders to construct and maintain an MLC 60 medium girder bridge with link reinforcing (MGB/LRS). C. 2. crossing site location. The crossing commences NLT specified timings.25 B-GL-332-006/FP-001 Insert—Engineers.21.Battle Task Standards E23405237S CONSTRUCT MEDIUM GIRDER BRIDGE LEVEL: 3 (Engineer Troop) PHASE: All References: A. Bridging assets readily available. are constructed. and Elements of the force-in-place to provide local security. including: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. TAM 805. B-GL-361-003/FP-001 Basic Field Engineering. b. suitable for wheeled and tracked vehicles. Necessary Criteria 1. marked and maintained. TAM 805. and time that bridge must be operational (bridge const to take no longer than 4hrs by day and 6 by night). suitable for trafficking wheeled and tracked vehicles in support of a deliberate crossing operation. Medium Girder Bridge Operators Manual. Enemy activity may be present.23. The Engineer Troop executes battle procedure out IAW BTS A0341000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. TASK STANDARD: On order. Completed recce report for the assigned task. B. Site condition are favourable. Crossing site approaches. 1. Chapter 14. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. with emphasis on the 290 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . CONDITIONS: a. Denied. Subordinates. Situation. the Engineer Troop constructs an MLC 60 MGB/LRS. Nil. TAM 805.

3. embarkation and debarkation drills. Crossing sub-unit personnel are briefed on safety measures. The Engineer Troop constructs MGB. 2. The Engineer Troop submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP.Air Defence Necessary Criteria following points: a. If time permits the Engineer Troop executes a confirmatory reconnaissance to confirm the crossing site and key locations. Remarks b. maintains the crossing site and provides traffic control as required IAW references. and Identify and request additional support. 4. Functional BTS: E13301210E RECONNOITRE A GAP CROSSING SITE E52305250E EXECUTE LIFT E32305218S CONSTRUCT A MEDIUM GIRDER BRIDGE B-GL-383-002/PS-002 291 .

Denied. The ESCC is integrated with the unit planning process and assists in the production of the Engineer estimate. Given: (1) (2) (3) c.Battle Task Standards SQUADRON E2461294E OPERATE AN ENGINEER SUPPORT COORDINATION CENTER LEVEL: 4 (Engineer Squadron) PHASE: All Reference: Section 2. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 292 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Chapter 3. Higher HQ. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. Necessary Criteria 1. b. The Engineer Squadron is conducting operations and supporting other elements in the conduct of their operations. Nil. B-GL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations. 1. 2. The ESCC is provided with Engineer comd’s intent and concept of operations. 3. Subordinate HQ elements. TASK STANDARD: The ESCC is established and operated so that the Engineer comd provides the unit comd and staff with an integrated engineer situational awareness and operations. 2. Warning Order and/or Orders from higher HQ. The ESCC assists in the unit staff and Sqn Comd’s SA.

All members of the Field Section know their responsibilities IAW references. Denied. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. Situation. b. demolitions accessories and / or mines required to complete the obstacle are available. 2. Nil. A Demolition Order is provided (including for those obstacles not involving a demolition). The Field Section executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The Field Section changes the state of readiness and / or executes the obstacle upon receipt of the appropriate orders. Obstacle type (bridge demolition. Engineers and Assault Pioneers. TASK STANDARD: The Field Section maintains the required state of readiness. B-GL-361-008/FP-003 Demolitions Part 2—Volume 8. The Field Section is executing operations in a tactical environment and is ordered to control the execution of a reserved obstacle. Chapter 2. 2. The Field Section completes the obstacle and reports the results. 1. the target has been prepared to State 1 (SAFE). The explosives. Necessary Criteria 1.Air Defence FIELD ENGINEER SECTION E32301200E CONTROL EXECUTION OF A RESERVED OBSTACLE LEVEL: 2 (Field Section) PHASE: All Reference: Section 4. If a demolition. crater group or firing of a ground emplaced scatterable mine system). CONDITIONS: a. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 293 .

Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 3. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 294 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The Field Section when ordered to execute. follows procedures IAW references. 4. The Field Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP. If mines have been laid a minefield record is submitted to higher headquarters. 5.

Reporting and Marking Procedures. The transfer includes the required identity check. transfer of documentation. 1. B-GL-361-008/FP-003 Demolitions Part 2—Volume 8. Denied. 2. Recording. B-GL-361-009/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps. STANAG 2989 Ed 1 Amdt 3—Transfer Of Barriers. Chapter 4. TASK STANDARD: The transfer is executed at the appointed time and location. or Take over an obstacle. Necessary Criteria 1. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 295 . briefing on the tactical situation. Section 3. C. Orders to include the time and location for the rendezvous between the parties. Part 1. Hand over an obstacle to another Canadian or allied engineer element or to an all-arms work party. The Field Section is ordered to either: (1) (2) b. Given. 3. The Field Section executes a mutual identity check to include verification of orders and proper identification. It is understood by all members of the gaining element. CONDITIONS: a. D. 2. STANAG 2036 Ed 4 Amdt 2—Land Minefield Laying. During the handover a detailed briefing is Executeed on the local tactical situation and the obstacles as per references and documentation. Demolition Order. All Arms.Air Defence E3231201E TRANSFER CONTROL OF AN OBSTACLE LEVEL: 2 (Field Section) PHASE: All References: A. Chapter 2. The Field Section rendezvous at the appointed time and location. c. 4. details of the obstacle. Annex A. The element commanders sign and exchange documentation which may include: a. Situation. signatures. and reporting requirements. B. Nil. Engineers and Assault Pioneers.

c. minefield record. an obstacle folder. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil 296 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . d.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria b. and a handwritten receipt.

5m. 2. The nature of the terrain and protective obstacles requires that a dismounted assault be executed. deployed forward has completed a reconnaissance of the obstacle. creating a minimum width of 4. CONDITIONS: a. 1. Necessary Criteria 1. 3. The Field Section Executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE and informs the manoeuvre comd of the time estimated to execute the breach. Engineer task specific equipment. The Field Section submits task status reports to the supported manoeuvre comd.5 metre wide lane. 2. Situation. Engineers and Assault Pioneers. b. within the time allotted and by the most efficient means that resources allow. The Field Section is advancing in restricted terrain they are called to execute a point obstacle breach. Concurrent activity is maximized and the momentum of the breaching operation is maintained throughout. An engineer reconnaissance party. Denied. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Orders from one level of command higher. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 297 . B-GL-361-008/FP-003 Demolitions Part 2—Volume 8. TASK STANDARD: The Field Section breaches a minimum 4. The Field Section clears the lane of mines and booby traps and then reduces the obstacles. DND 2104 or OBSREP. Bypass is not possible.Air Defence E32303088E EXECUTE A POINT OBSTACLE BREACH LEVEL: 2 (Field Section) PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 3.

Battle Task Standards E32303097S CONSTRUCT A HELICOPTER LANDING SITE LEVEL: 2 (Field Section) PHASE: All References: A. B. Chapter 11. 1. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 298 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Dust control materials are available. usage (day / night and duration). Chapter 15. b. Denied. Nil. 3. The Field Section constructs a helicopter landing site IAW references. Necessary Criteria 1. CONDITIONS: a. TASK STANDARD: The Field Section constructs the helicopter landing site to the required specifications within the time allotted. The Field Section executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. B-GL-361-003/FP-001 Basic Field Engineering. 2. type and number of helicopters that will use the site. The Field Section receives orders to construct a helicopter landing site. site marking requirements. 2. The Field Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP. Situation. size and shape of the landing points within the site. Given: (1) Orders include the general location of the site. (2) (3) c. Time by which construction must be completed. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTPs.

Orders from the supported arm. Given. b. The Field Section is assisting an attack on a fortified position. The Field Section supports the assault force by reducing the obstacles along the attack axis: a. Section 2. Denied. Necessary Criteria 1. B. b. the section widens designated breaches to enable the supported element's F and A echelon vehicles to pass through them. and Once the assault has taken place. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 299 . B-GL-361-008/FP-003 Demolitions Part 2—Volume 8. Engineers and Assault Pioneers. Creates lanes in enemy obstacles ensuring a minimum of one lane per assaulting sub-sub-unit. CONDITIONS: a. 3. 1. TASK STANDARD: The Field Section creates one lane per assaulting infantry platoon through any obstacles and destroys fighting positions with demolitions in order to maintain the momentum of the attack. The Field Section manoeuvres with the supported arm element onto the final assault position and identifies the best location to bypass or breach the obstacle(s). 2.Air Defence E32323207E ASSIST ATTACK ON FORTIFIED POSITION LEVEL: 2 (Field Section) PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. The Field Section Executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE and marries up with the cbt tm. The cbt tm has designated the firebase and assault force. Remarks 4. Chapter 3. Situation. c. Nil. The Field Section supports the assault force in clearing trench systems and knocking out bunkers / fortifications. Chapter 8. The nature of the terrain and protective obstacles requires that a dismounted assault be executed. 2.

The Field Section sustains no casualties from mines or booby traps. Part 1. CONDITIONS: a. Engineers And Assault Pioneers. B-GL-361-009/FP-002 Mines and Booby Traps. Situation. Lane is improved and marked IAW references. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. B-GL-361-009/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps. Lane marking material is available. Necessary Criteria 1. Friendly forces using the lane sustain no casualties to mines or booby traps. B. Part 2. The manoeuvre element encounters a minefield or point obstacle on a route. All Arms. 2. Section 4. Nil. A Field Section is ordered to widen the lane and mark it IAW the NATO standard for follow-on forces. 2. Executes a hasty breach and provides initial safe lane marking. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 300 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Movement control personnel are available. The task site security is provided. Denied. 1. Orders from one level of command higher. Chapter 4.Battle Task Standards E32303208E EXECUTE IMPROVEMENTS AND MARK SAFE LANES LEVEL: 2 (Field Section) PHASE: All References: A. The Field Section Executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Orders also indicate whether or not traffic through the lane breached by the cbt tm will continue during lane improvement. The Field Section executes improvements and marking of safe lane IAW references. b. TASK STANDARD: The Field Section widens and marks the lane within the time allotted to allow manoeuvre elements to continue the mission.

Denied. Combat divers are available. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. time that crossing must be open. TASK STANDARD: The Field Section constructs the ford providing unimpeded passage of the traffic density for which it was designed. type / quantity of vehicles. including: (a) (b) (c) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Nil. b. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 301 .Air Defence E32303211S PREPARE AND IMPROVE FORDING SITE LEVEL: 2 (Field Section) PHASE: All Reference: B-GL-361-010/FP-001 Gap Crossing. Construction is completed within the time allotted in orders. CONDITIONS: a. The element maintains the ford for the duration of the crossing or as ordered. Situation The Field Section receives orders to construct and maintain a fording site. A crossing site reconnaissance report is available. crossing site location. Heavy equipment / engineer resources are available. 1. Subordinates. 2.

The Field Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. 4. 2. this task should be trained only at authorized sites and once clearance has been granted by the appropriate agencies.Battle Task Standards NOTE For environmental reasons. The Field Section prepares and maintains the fording site IAW reference for the duration of the operation. 3. Necessary Criteria 1. The Field Section Executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. shores and other sensitive areas should be minimized. Traffic along banks. The Field Section is to coordinate/confirm that combat divers breach(ed) underwater obstacles IAW BTS E3233258S EXECUTE AN UNDER WATER OBSTACLE BREACH and mark(ed) the far shoreline. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 302 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

reserve or situational obstacle IAW references. Situation. B-GL-361-008/FP-003 Demolitions Part 2 – Volume 8. Given: (1) (2) c. 2. b. The reconnaissance report is provided. If using explosives.Air Defence E32304089E CONSTRUCT AN ABATIS LEVEL: 2 (Field Section) PHASE: All References: A. CONDITIONS: a. The Field Section Executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The abatis is tied to existing or reinforced obstacles and blocks or disrupts enemy movement. 5. Chapter 4. B. Nil. 3. Functional BTS: E3234203E LAY / LIFT A MINEFIELD Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 303 . Denied. The Field Section executes the abatis IAW the design outlined in the reconnaissance report. B-GL-361-003/FP-001 Basic Field Engineering. There are 10 to 25 trees on each side of the road. 1. Chapter 5. the Field Section fires the demolition as a direct. The Field Section obtains technical information from the reconnaissance report. Necessary Criteria 1. Siting of the obstacle has been coordinated with the supported manoeuvre element. B-GL-361-009/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps. Chapter 4. The Field Section is ordered to execute an abatis. TASK STANDARD: A light abatis is 20 to 30 m deep and a heavy abatis is 50 to 100 m deep. 2. Part 1. Engineers and Assault Pioneers. Section 2. C. 4. All Arms. If mines or booby traps are employed the Field Section completes the minefield record and submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP.

All Arms. The Field Section obtains technical information from the reconnaissance report. Denied. Nil. 2. The crater obstacle is nuisance mined and an accurate minefield record is completed. Chapter 7. reserve or situational obstacle IAW references. TASK STANDARD: The gap created is a minimum of 40 metres in depth and rows of craters are angled at 45 degrees across the regular flow of traffic. Functional BTS: E3234203E LAY / LIFT A MINEFIELD Remarks 304 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 2. 3. Necessary Criteria 1.Battle Task Standards E32304090E CONSTRUCT A CRATER LEVEL: 2 (Field Section) PHASE: All References: A. B-GL-361-008/FP-003 Demolitions Part 2 – Volume 8. Given: (1) (2) c. Chapter 4. b. The Field Section is ordered to execute a crater obstacle. Siting of the obstacle has been coordinated with the supported manoeuvre element. 1. The crater is tied to existing or reinforced obstacles and blocks or disrupts enemy movement. Part 1. B. CONDITIONS: a. If mines or booby traps are employed the Field Section completes the minefield record and submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP. The Field Section Executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. B-GL-361-009/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps. The Field Section executes the crater group IAW the design outlined in the reconnaissance report. The Field Section fires the demolition as a direct. Situation. 4. Engineers and Assault Pioneers. A reconnaissance report is provided. 5.

2. 2. Nil. B-GL-361-008/FP-001 Demolitions. The Field Section executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Efficient use of resources and concurrent activity is maximized. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 305 . Given: (1) (2) c. Location and resources to complete task. A supported element requires assistance in excavating a defensive position in hard ground. All Arms. b. CONDITIONS: a. Denied. 1. Situation. TASK STANDARD: The Field Section assists digging by employing explosives within the time allotted and by using the resources in the most efficient means. Part 1 – Volume 9. 3. The Field Section executes the task IAW references. Concurrent activity is maximized. Necessary Criteria 1. Chapter 4. Orders from higher comd.Air Defence E32304091E ASSIST DIGGING EXPLOSIVELY LEVEL: 2 (Field Section) PHASE: All Reference: Section 2.

Given: (1) (2) (3) c. B-GL-361-006/FP-001 Field Protection. Situation. TASK STANDARD: The obstacle is completed to the required size and technical standard within the time allocated and IAW orders. Nil. CONDITIONS: a.Battle Task Standards E32304135E CONSTRUCT WIRE OBSTACLES LEVEL: 2 (Field Section) PHASE: All References: A. The Field Section Executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. B. The Field Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP. 2. B-GL-361-003/FP-001 Basic Field Engineering. Orders include the location. 2. The wire obstacle is constructed to the appropriate technical standards outlined in references and IAW orders. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 306 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . size and construction completion time of the wire obstacle. b. Local protection is provided by the supported unit. The necessary defensive stores (Class IV) are available. type. 1. 3. Denied. Necessary Criteria 1. The Field Section receives orders to construct a wire obstacle.

(3) c.Air Defence E32314202E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A MINE CACHE LEVEL: 2 (Field Section) PHASE: All Warfighting Reference: B-GL-320-010/FP-002 Mines and Booby Traps. The Field Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP. 2. Mines are prepared and loaded onto minefield laying vehicles at the rate required to sustain mine laying operations. Nil. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 307 . The Field Section establishes and operates the mine cache IAW references. 2. Situation. CONDITIONS: a. Required material handling equipment is available. Engineers and Assault Pioneers. A reconnaissance of the mine cache has been executed as part of the minefield laying reconnaissance and the reconnaissance report is available. unloading. 3. b. The Field Section executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. and stock control. Denied. Necessary Criteria 1. Given: (1) (2) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. 4. 1. The cache is operated efficiently including traffic control. preparation and loading of mines. The cache is properly secured. The Field Section receives orders to establish and operate a mine cache to support mine laying operations. Part 2. The Field Section ensures all mines are accounted for. TASK STANDARD: The Field Section establishes the mine cache by the time stated in orders.

All Arms. Location. C. Part 1. Situation. and rehearsals have been executed on laying out and B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Nil. 308 Remarks parties are assigned and tasks clearly identified. timings commensurate with environmental conditions. All mines can be located using the minefield record. The Field Section executes battle procedure out IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. CONDITIONS: a. b. Chapter 4. Denied. Necessary Criteria 1.Battle Task Standards E32314203E LAY AND LIFT A MINEFIELD LEVEL: 2 (Field Section) PHASE: All Warfighting Reference: A. TAM 805. minefield design. B-GL-361-009/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps.33 B-GL-332-006/FP-001 Insert—Engineers. b. B-GL-320-010/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps. 2. Subordinates. Part 2. B. Engineers and Assault Pioneers. There are no friendly casualties from a failure to observe mine safety during laying or lifting. TASK STANDARD: The minefield is laid and marked within the time allocated. The mine cache is operational and minefield fencing stores are dumped on the battle position. with emphasis on the following points: a. The minefield is lifted within the time allocated. The Field Section has been ordered to lay a minefield. Local protection is being provided by other elements. 1. including: (a) (b) (c) (2) (3) c.

2. Any damage to perimeter fencing and marking is repaired. Enemy interference is reported to higher. 6. Reference points. perimeter fencing is erected. marked. 5. If ordered. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 309 . and repacked. Fencing is removed if present. 4. The Field Section Executes periodic inspections of the minefield to determine if there has been any interference caused by enemy action. 3. cleaned. The minefield is set out according to the pattern of laying to be employed. A DND 2109 Minefield Completion Report (which doubles as the minefield record) will be completed. animals or weather. The Field Section lifts the minefield using the minefield record and / or a mine detector. and row markers are identified. routes. The Field Section lays the mines IAW the standards outlined in the references.Air Defence Necessary Criteria arming/disarming procedures. artillery. and known to all members of the element. gaps/lanes. The mines are disarmed.

Situation. 3. No reconnaissance or detailed planning has been previously executed for this task. b. Booby traps are properly constructed and recorded. The Field Section submits task status reports and completion records to higher headquarters IAW SOP. All Arms. B-GL-361-009/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps. D. marking requirements and time by which the task is to be completed. B-GL-361-009/FP-002 Mines and Booby Traps. Part 1. The Field Section is tasked to set booby traps in a given area or facility. The Field Section Executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Chapter 7.35 B-GL-332-006/FP-001 Insert—Engineers. Part 2. The Field Section sets booby traps IAW procedures outlined in references. Chapter 5.Battle Task Standards E32314204S SET BOOBY TRAPS LEVEL: 2 (Field Section) PHASE: All Warfighting References: A. 2. Given: (1) Orders from higher include comd’s intent for booby trapping. Booby traps may be set in conjunction with other obstacles and may be either improvised or actuated using the standard firing device. Nil. B. Engineers and Assault Pioneers. the location of area or facility to be booby trapped. Necessary Criteria 1. TAM 805. TASK STANDARD: The Field Section sets booby traps IAW the comd’s intent within the time allotted. Section 2. B-GL-361-008/FP-003 Demolitions Part 2—Volume 8. any restrictions. 4. 1. (2) c. C. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 310 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Engineers and Assault Pioneers. Denied. 2. CONDITIONS: a.

All Arms. B-GL-320-010/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps. B-GL-361-021/FP-001 Mobility Support—Route and Area Clearance. The Field Section submits task status reports to the supported HQ. 1. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Nil. Medical sp avail on scene. 2. CONTACT REPORT followed by a METHANE REPORT IAW ref C. The engineer section receives orders to extricate another element from a minefield or UXO contaminated area. Part 1.Air Defence E32304209E EXTRICATE OTHERS FROM A MINEFIELD / UXO CONTAMINATED AREA LEVEL: 2 (Field Section) PHASE: All References: A. Chapter 6. by the most efficient means that resources allow. B-GL-320-010/FP-002 Mines and Booby Traps. Necessary Criteria 1. QRF provides security throughout the extrication. B. b. Functional BTS: E32323088E EXECUTE A POINT OBSTACLE BREACH Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 311 . IAW ref C. 2. Situation. 3. TASK STANDARD: The field section breaches a lane sufficient to extract the elements. . 4. Part 2. Denied. C. Chapter 6. Engineers and Assault Pioneers. CONDITIONS: a. The field section executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE and informs the supported HQ of the time estimated to execute the extraction. The field section ensures the movement of the other element from the mined or UXO contaminated area to safety. The field section clears the lane of mines and UXO contamination IAW references. No additional casualties occur from the mines or UXOs.

The environment may be urban or rural.Battle Task Standards E32304216S EXECUTE CMD OPERATIONS LEVEL: 2 (Field Section) PHASE: All References: A. Nil. Any type of conventional / chemical munitions may be encountered. 1. The Field Section executes search and clearance of assigned area IAW orders and references. Orders from higher command. if required. B-GL-361-008/FP-001 Demolitions. The Field Section receives orders to clear a route. 2. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. The Field Section executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. If UXO have been reported by another element. HB / HX qualified) and tools are available to perform render safe procedures. orders include the data contained in the incident report. The required advanced EOD qualified personnel (i. Part 1—Volume 9. Situation. Section 2.. B-GL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations— Volume 1. 2. Chapter 3. Remarks 312 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The operation may involve the clearance of one or multiple pieces of UXO. Chapter 4. Explosives and demolition accessories are available to dispose of UXO by detonation. All Arms. Chapter 9. TASK STANDARD: The Field Section searches and clears the route. B-GL-381-003/TS-003 Range Clearance Handbook. CONDITIONS: a. No casualties result from the use of improper disposal techniques.e. area or facility of unexploded ordnance (UXO) to facilitate its use by friendly forces. Necessary Criteria 1. Denied. C. Section 4. b. area or facility of UXO. B.

No casualties are suffered as a result of using improper clearance drills.Air Defence Necessary Criteria 3. 4. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 313 . The Field Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP.

b. TASK STANDARD: The IED team carries out disposal actions in accordance with ref A. User maintenance on equipment. in order to restore the situation to normal as soon as possible. IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Situation.Battle Task Standards E32304217S CONDUCT IEDD OPERATIONS LEVEL: 2 (IED Team) PHASE: All References: A. Rehearsals with QRF or supported element. or EOD tasking order in response to an encountered device. C. Medical sp avail on scene. Denied. DAOD 8000-0 Explosive Ordnance Disposal. DDIO Revised 1 ANNEX C. Nil. the IED team has executed battle procedure to include: (a) (b) (c) (d) Continuation training. All Arms. DAOD 8000-1 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Instructions. Chapter 6 1. Given (1) Orders from higher command in the form of: (a) (b) (2) Formal orders for a planned operation. B-GJ-005-316/FP-001 Canadian Forces Operating Procedures for the Conduct of IEDD Operations. CONDITIONS: a. D. with due regard to the operating environment and tactical situation. E. (3) c. B-GL-361-008/FP-001 Demolitions. A suspected IED has been reported. Part 1—Volume 9. 2. 314 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Review of en TTP. either during the conduct of routine patrols or during a planned operation. B.

c. 2. Upon arrival at the incident location the following events should occur: a. f. Remarks Establish EOD incident control point (ICP). c. Requirement for specialist support. Hook and line. Load and safely employ EOD weapons and equipment. Conduct remote actions. Returning to remote means where possible. Conduct threat assessment to determine: (1) (2) (3) d. Ensure the scene is safe for exploitation by: (1) Confirming positive separation of device B-GL-383-002/PS-002 315 . X-ray. Link up with on scene elements and conduct required briefings. Employ ECM (as required). Utilizing proper safety equipment.Air Defence Necessary Criteria 1. Required safety distances/cordon size. Conduct manual actions while: (1) (2) (3) Respecting primary and secondary soak times. During the conduct of the disposal operations the following should occur: a. d. such as: (1) (2) (3) b. Issue warnings prior to positive actions to ensure safety of cordon elements. Type of device/potential targets. Manufactured and improvised disruptors. Question witnesses/on-scene elements. e. b.

b. 4. Conduct exploitation IAW BTS E32304379S EXECUTE EXPLOSIVE EXPLOITATION. (2) (3) Performing detonator safety. Upon conclusion of the IEDD operation the IED team will: a. Functional BTS: Nil 316 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . c. c. When the scene has been declared safe. Handover scene to exploitation elements (if available). Conducting search for secondary devices.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria components. b. Conduct AAR. Remarks 3. Prepare and submit PRELREP and FINALREP (as required). Backbrief higher HQ on details of the device and actions taken against it. the IED team will do one of the following: a. Turn the scene over to local authorities if there is no further requirement for collection of evidence.

Establish CP. d. and Medical sp avail on scene. The cordon remains in place for the conduct of exploitation. B-GJ-005-316/FP-001 Canadian Forces Operating Procedures for the Conduct of IEDD Operations. b. and Conduct initial walkthrough. Situation. Chapter 7. with due regard to the operating environment and tactical situation.Air Defence E32304379S EXECUTE EXPLOSIVE EXPLOITATION LEVEL: 2 (IED Team or Engr Sect or Forensics Team) PHASE: OOTW References: A. Denied. Necessary Criteria 1. Link up with on-scene elements and conduct required briefings. Nil. b. Appropriate actions have been taken by qualified personnel in order to render the scene safe. c. CONDITIONS: a. DAOD 8000-1 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Instructions. TASK STANDARD: The exploitation team carries out an investigation of the incident. B. The exploitation team should conduct the following initial actions at the start of an investigation: a. in order to determine the factors surrounding the cause of the incident. During the conduct of the investigation the following should occur: B-GL-383-002/PS-002 317 . 2. Conduct initial questioning to determine search area and cordon size requirements. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. 1. Remarks 2. Tasking order in response to an encountered IED or explosive incident. An incident involving explosives has occurred.

c. Backbrief higher HQ on details of the incident. Assess the seat of explosion (if post-detonation). d. b.Battle Task Standards a. e. and Conduct an AAR. Complete scene diagram. Analyze evidence and attempt reconstruction of device. Functional BTS: Nil 318 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Upon conclusion of the investigation. Conduct detailed questioning of witnesses. and Sweep for evidence and recover components. evidence could be turned over to higher-level exploitation assets for further processing. Prepare and submit investigation report. the exploitation team will: a. If available. c. b. 3. Brief search teams (if available). d.

tied to existing or reinforcing obstacles. 2. The Field Section establishes local site security IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE if local security is not provided.Air Defence E32304222E CONSTRUCT NON-EXPLOSIVE VEHICLE OBSTACLES LEVEL: 2 (Field Section) PHASE: All References: A. Situation. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. 1. TASK STANDARD: The Field Section constructs a non-explosive vehicle obstacle. Necessary Criteria 1. General location of the obstacle(s). Subordinates. CONDITIONS: a. B-GL-361-003/FP-001 Basic Field Engineering. B-GL-361-006/FP-001 Field Protection. 2. including: (a) (b) (c) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. B. Required heavy equipment is available. The Field Section receives orders to construct one or more nonexplosive vehicle obstacles to support the manoeuvre comd’s plan for the defence. to block or disrupt anticipated enemy vehicles. Required material is available. b. Nil. Unit to be supported. Welding support is available to assist in steel obstacle construction. Construction is completed within the time allotted. The Field Section executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The time by which construction must be complete. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 319 . Denied.

Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 3. The Field Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. The non-explosive obstacles are constructed to the appropriate technical standards outlined in references and IAW orders. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 320 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 4.

marked and maintained.Air Defence E32305218S CONSTRUCT MEDIUM GIRDER BRIDGE LEVEL: 2 (Field Section) PHASE: All References: A. are constructed. Bridging assets readily available. suitable for wheeled and tracked vehicles.23. and time that bridge must be operational (bridge const to take no longer than 4hrs by day and 6 by night). Chapter 14. B. suitable for trafficking wheeled and tracked vehicles in support of a deliberate crossing operation. B-GL-361-003/FP-001 Basic Field Engineering. The Field Section executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. including: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. the Field Section constructs an MLC 60 MGB SS. TAM 805. C. b. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 321 . Site condition are favourable. The crossing commences NLT specified timings. TAM 805. Medium Girder Bridge Operators Manual. Completed recce report for the assigned task. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. TAM 805. Nil. CONDITIONS: a. Denied. Elements of the force-in-place to provide local security. crossing site location. Crossing site approaches. 2.25 B-GL-332-006/FP-001 Insert—Engineers. 1. Enemy activity may be present. TASK STANDARD: On order. Necessary Criteria 1. The Field Section receives orders to construct and maintain an MLC 60 medium girder bridge SS.21. Situation. Subordinates.

maintains the crossing site and provides traffic control as required IAW references. Crossing sub-unit personnel are briefed on safety measures. 4. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 322 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . embarkation and debarkation drills. The Field Section constructs MGB.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 2. 3. The Field Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP.

The following factors should be taken into consideration: a. The section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Headwall. CONDITIONS: a.Air Defence E32305219E INSTALL CULVERT LEVEL: 2 (Field Section) PHASE: All Reference: A. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Denied. 3. Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. 1. 2. c. FM 5-430 PT 2. b. Situation. FM 5-430 PT 1. b. Section sized element. Silt trap. MILITARY ROAD PAM 8A. Necessary Criteria 1. The Field Section executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The section installs the culvert IAW design criteria. d. Place and secure culvert complete with footing / cradle. Wingwalls. TASK STANDARD: The section completes the installation of the culvert IAW the design in the given time allotted. Ensure proper slope. The section receives orders to install a culvert. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 323 Remarks . Nil. C. 2. B. e.

g. Remarks 4.e. h.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria f.. Backfill with compaction in 15 cm lifts. (i. and Ensure minimum cover is ½ diameter of the culvert. Functional BTS: Nil 324 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Apron with anti scour. The troop submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. E102A ENGTASKREP).

Denied. CONDITIONS: a. The Field Section receives orders to construct a Type II or III shelter in support of survivability operations. b.g. timber. No damage to the shelter structure or personnel injuries are incurred as a result of improper shelter design or construction. 2. the anticipated threat. structural steel. concrete. and the time by which construction is to be completed. The Field Section executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Subordinates. Nil. The Field Section constructs shelter IAW reference. including: (a) (b) (c) (2) (3) the unit to be supported and its location.Air Defence E32305220E CONSTRUCT SHELTER LEVEL: 2 (Field Section) PHASE: All Reference: B-GL-361-006/FP-001 Field Defences and Obstacles. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher.. ISO containers. CGI. (4) (5) c. The required heavy equipment and construction materials (e. as applicable to the tactical situation.. The shelter may be underground or above ground. Necessary Criteria 1. Situation. etc) are available. TASK STANDARD: The Field Section constructs the shelter at the designated location within the time allotted in orders.g. Field Shelter Mark III (MEXE). 2. Specialist engineer support (e. 1. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 325 . electricians) is available.

4. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 326 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 3. The Field Section validates the effectiveness of the shelter using available and authorized means. The Field Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP.

Bypass is not possible. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 327 . 1. B-GL-361-008/FP-003 Demolitions Part 2 – Volume 8. The Dive Section receives orders to breach or clear a series of submerged obstacles at a crossing site in support of a water crossing operation. B-GL-361-007/FP-001 Combat Diving. B-GG-380-000/FP-000 CF Diving Manual. E32303258S EXECUTE AN UNDER WATER OBSTACLE BREACH LEVEL: 2 (Dive Section) PHASE: All References: A.Air Defence FIELD ENGINEER (DIVE QUALIFIED SECTION) NOTE These BTS can apply to any Engr Section with Dive-qualified personnel. Support available from friendly forces on the near bank including breaching up to the bank. Situation. including: (a) (b) (c) (2) (3) the crossing site location with width of breach required. Given: (1) Orders from one level of command higher.e. C. TASK STANDARD: The Dive Section breaches the minimum width required. Chapter 3. Obstacle and/or a crossing site reconnaissance report which details the type and location of known obstacles which may include demolition reconnaissance report. location and strength of friendly and enemy forces on the far bank. within the time allotted and by the most efficient means that resources allow IAW references. timings in relation to H hour). b. c. restrictions on firing (i. CONDITIONS: a. 2.. B. Denied. Chapter 4. Engineers and Assault Pioneers.

4. The Dive Section shall approach in a tactical manner IAW BTS A0233141E MOVE TACTICALLY. Functional BTS: E32303260S EXECUTE DIVING OPERATIONS 328 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 6. the Dive Section verifies the successful detonation of all the charges. b.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 1. If ordered. Tools and/or explosive charges preparations. 3. If the operational situation permits. 5. The Dive Section executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Install explosives as required and execute the breach of obstacles following orders and IAW references. and Rehearsals. with emphasis on the following points: a. Remarks 2. and execute diving operations IAW references. The Dive Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. the Dive Section marks the cleared width on the exit bank.

If applicable. Denied. Nil. TASK STANDARD: The Dive Section searches the area required. an object of sufficient size and weight to require the use of lifting bags. any critical timings. The Dive Section shall execute searching operations IAW references which may include: B-GL-383-002/PS-002 329 . 1. CONDITIONS: a. including: (a) (b) (c) (2) (3) c. Situation. locates the object and/or casualty and recover as ordered IAW references. Subordinates. Chapter 6. the object(s) to be located. with emphasis on the following points: a. B. Necessary Criteria 1. The Dive Section receives orders to Execute an underwater search to locate and/or if ordered recover one or more specific objects or casualty. b. and if applicable. 2. The Dive Section executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. the area to searched. Remarks 2. B-GL-361-007/FP-001 Combat Diving. and Rehearsals. Given: (1) Orders from one level of command higher. B-GG-380-000/FP-000 CF Diving Manual. Briefings and equipment checks.Air Defence E32303259S EXECUTE AN UNDERWATER SEARCHES AND RECOVERY OPERATION LEVEL: 2 (Dive Section) PHASE: All References: A. b.

Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria a. Under ice searches. 4. If ordered the Dive Section shall execute lifting operations IAW references. and Under hull/structure searches. c. The Dive Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP Functional BTS: E32303260S EXECUTE DIVING OPERATIONS 330 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Bottom searches. b. Remarks 3.

The Dive Section shall execute diving operations IAW references which may include: a. The Dive Section executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Denied. Situation. b. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 331 . 1. and contaminated water. with emphasis on the following points: a. Remarks 2. B-GG-380-000/FP-000 CF Diving Manual. Given: (1) Orders from one level of command higher. The Dive Section receives orders to execute a diving operation in support of other tasks. nature of task. CONDITIONS: a. and if applicable. All required diving equipment. Chapters 2 and 3. Briefings and equipment checks. cold weather. B-GL-361-007/FP-001 Combat Diving. TASK STANDARD: The Dive Section executes the assigned task within the time allotted IAW references. Nil. and Rehearsals. b. Operating in currents. B.Air Defence E32303260S EXECUTE DIVING OPERATIONS LEVEL: 2 (Dive Section) PHASE: All References: A. 2. Subordinates. including: (a) (b) (2) (3) c. any critical timings. Necessary Criteria 1.

d. Insertion and extraction procedures. Functional BTS: Nil 332 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria b. In water construction. Remarks 3. The Dive Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. c. and Reconnaissance.

CHAPTER 4. B-GL-361-007/FP-001 Combat Diving. Part 2. B-GL-320-010/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps.Air Defence E32314261S CONSTRUCT UNDERWATER OBSTACLES LEVEL: 2 (Dive Section) PHASE: All Warfighting References: A. A crossing site of approximately 100m wide. Chapter 14. identification of the supported manoeuvre unit. Part 1. B-GL-361-008-FP-003 Demolitions. Chapter 8. b. 2. C. The Dive Section receives orders to construct underwater obstacles to deny the enemy use of a potential crossing site. Part 2. Situation. 1. crossing site location. B. Necessary Criteria 1. CONDITIONS: a. Engineers and Assault Pioneers. including: (a) (b) (c) (d) (2) (3) (4) c. Chapter 5. Subordinates. and the time by which obstacles are to be completed. F. TASK STANDARD: The Dive Section constructs the obstacles. within the time allotted in orders and IAW references. D. Given: (1) Orders from one level of command higher. Section 1. E. The Dive Section Executes battle procedure IAW BTS A0231000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. with emphasis on the following B-GL-383-002/PS-002 333 Remarks . B-GL-361-009/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps. Denied. effectively denying the crossing site. Nil. B-GL-361-003/FP-001 Basic Field Engineering. All required diving equipment and barrier material available. All Arms. whether or not a gap or lane is required. B-GG-380-000/FP-000 CF Diving Manual. Engineers and Assault Pioneers.

Remarks 2. The Dive Section executes reconnaissance IAW BTS E32303260S EXECUTE DIVING OPERATIONS. The Dive Section shall construct the underwater obstacles IAW applicable references insuring the following: a. 3. and Wire obstacles are reinforced using angle iron pickets driven at an angle firmly into the bottom through the obstacle. Functional BTS: Nil 334 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The Dive Section submits reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. 4. briefings and equipment checks. b. b. c. and rehearsals. Obstacles are constructed in depth from relatively deep water to the shore across the entire width of the probable crossing site. Wire obstacles are anchored securely in place to prevent damage from currents and fire.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria points: a.

the AEV receives orders to breach an anti-tank ditch. 3. Rendezvous location/timings and other combined arms coordination. B-CE-319-001/FT-001 Engineers in Battle (CTP 319). from the time the AEV arrives at the ditch). Fascines available. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 335 . The AEV crew comd breaches the anti-tank ditch IAW references and SOP. While on supporting an attack. 2. The AEV submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP. C. Necessary Criteria 1. 2. TASK STANDARD: The AEV creates a 4. 1. Support manoeuvre force secures the breach line and crossing site. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations (Interim). b. CONDITIONS: a. The AEV moves to location IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY. The AEV executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE.5 m wide breach within 30 seconds using fascine and within 5 minutes without fascine (hatches down. Orders from higher command. Denied. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. 4. SECTION 2. C30-734-000/MN-001 Operational Manual AEV Badger.Air Defence ARMOURED ENGINEER E4223188E EXECUTE AN AEV BREACH LEVEL: 2 (AEV) PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. Nil. Situation. CHAPTER 2. B.

C. SECTION 2. 5. TAM 805. Orders from higher command. Situation. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. The AVLB executes battle procedure IAW BTS A0231000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Nil. 3. Denied. The AVLB moves to location IAW BTS A0233141E MOVE TACTICALLY. The AVLB receives orders to bridge a gap and to subsequently recover the bridge in preparation for follow-on operations. 2. B-GL-332-006/FP-001 Engineer Insert. CHAPTER 2. 1. b. The AVLB launches and recovers the bridge IAW references and SOP. and Support manoeuvre force secures the breach line and crossing site. from the time the stabilization blade hits the ground) using proper launch sequence and at the proper location. The crew recovers the bridge when ordered. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 336 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . D. B-CE-319-001/FT-001 Engineers in Battle (CTP 319). CONDITIONS: a.Battle Task Standards E42203189S EXECUTE A LAUNCH/RECOVERY OF AVLB LEVEL: 2 (AVLB) PHASE: All References: A. 4. Reconnaissance report of the site if applicable. 2. C30-732-000/MB-000 Operational Manual AVLB. B. The AVLB submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP. TASK STANDARD: The bridge is launched within 3 minutes (hatches down. Rendezvous location/timings and other combined arms coordination. Necessary Criteria 1.20. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations (Interim). The AVLB crew comd reviews the reconnaissance report for all essential information if applicable.

4. 2. The Armd Engr Section moves to location IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY.Air Defence E42334190S CONSTRUCT AN ANTI-TANK DITCH LEVEL: 2 (Armoured Engineer Vehicle Section) PHASE: Defensive Operations Reference: C30-734-000/MN-001 Operational Manual AEV Badger. turn. If mines have been laid a minefield record is submitted to higher headquarters. Situation. fix or disrupt the enemy. Start/end grids. Other digging assets available. tied into existing or reinforcing obstacles. The Armd Engr Section executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 3. Support manoeuvre force secures the site. b. A reconnaissance is performed to confirm grids and to mark boundaries. 1. Denied. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 337 . The Armd Engr Section ensures ditch dimensions/type and digging rates are maintained IAW orders/plant output. to block. 5. Nil. 2. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. CONDITIONS: a. Type of ditch/completion timings. Orders from higher command. Necessary Criteria 1. TASK STANDARD: The Armd Engr Section constructs an anti-tank ditch. Construction is completed IAW the appropriate technical standard and within the time allotted. The Armd Engr Section receives orders to construct an anti-tank ditch as part of an obstacle group.

Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 338 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 6. The Armd Engr Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP.

general location of the wall / bund. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. the anticipated threat. Nil. b. and Subordinates.. The Armoured Engineer Vehicle Section receives orders to construct a wall with or without revetment or a bund to protect personnel. 3. 2.e. blast and fragmentation).e. Engineer resources and construction materials are available.g..Air Defence E42304191S CONSTRUCT WALL / BUND LEVEL: 2 (Armoured Engineer Vehicle Section) PHASE: All Reference: B-GL-361-006/FP-001 Field Defences and Obstacles. 2. sandbag revetment). The wall may be a breastwork / sangar (i. and time by which construction is to be completed.. The AEV Section constructs wall / bund IAW reference. 1. The Armoured Engineer Vehicle Section validates the effectiveness B-GL-383-002/PS-002 339 Remarks . CONDITIONS: a. at the required location and within the time allotted in orders. Necessary Criteria 1. the unit to be supported. Situation. including: (a) (b) (c) (d) (2) (3) c. The AEV Section executes battle procedure out IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. TASK STANDARD: The AEV Section constructs the wall / bund IAW the technical standard applicable to the particular wall / bund design. Denied. facilities or equipment against direct and / or indirect fire (i. above ground protective wall when excavation is unfeasible) or may itself revet an excavated field fortification (e.

Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria of the wall / bund using available and authorized means. The Armoured Engineer Vehicle Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. 4. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 340 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

The Armd Engr Section constructs the protective vehicle positions IAW refs and SOP. Necessary Criteria 1. Supporting manoeuvre force protection. C30-734-000/MN-001 Operational Manual AEV Badger. which can be achieved based on time and equipment/ number of vehicles to be dug in. The Armd Engr Section coordinates with the supported comd to determine the type/ location of positions and amount of digging. 4. 3. Denied. The Armd Engr Section receives orders to dig protective positions for vehicles and /or guns. B. Nil. The Armd Engr Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP.Air Defence E4234192S CONSTRUCT VEHICLE PROTECTIVE POSITIONS LEVEL: 2 (Armd Engr Vehicle Sect) PHASE: Defensive Operations References: A. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. which provide protection from direct and indirect fire without restricting the operational capability of the weapon system. b. Orders from higher command. 1. FUNCTIONAL BTS: NIL Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 341 . The protective positions are constructed IAW the appropriate construction and time standards. The Armd Engr Section executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. TASK STANDARD: The Armd Engr Section constructs protective positions for vehicles and/ or artillery. B-CE-319-001/FT-001 Engineers in Battle. 2. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. 2. Rendezvous location/timings.

Nil... 2. The wall may be a breastwork/sangar (i. TASK STANDARD: The element constructs the wall/bund IAW the technical standard applicable to the particular wall / bund design.e. including: (a) (b) (c) (d) (2) (3) c. The element receives orders to construct a wall with or without revetment or a bund to protect personnel. the anticipated threat. Subordinates.Battle Task Standards EQUIPMENT COMMON TO MULTIPLE LEVELS LEVELS TWO TO THREE E52304191S / E53404191S CONSTRUCT WALL / BUND LEVEL: 2 to 3 PHASE: All Reference: B-GL-361-006/FP-001 Field Defences and Obstacles. b. 342 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Engineer resources and construction materials are available.e. sandbag revetment).. blast and fragmentation). general location of the wall/bund. and time by which construction is to be completed. the unit to be supported. Denied. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Situation. at the required location and within the time allotted in orders.g. above ground protective wall when excavation is unfeasible) or may itself revet an excavated field fortification (e. CONDITIONS: a. facilities or equipment against direct and/or indirect fire (i. 1.

The element constructs wall / bund IAW reference. 4. The element validates the effectiveness of the wall / bund using available and authorized means. The element executes battle procedure out IAW BTS A02301000E / A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The element submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. 3.Air Defence Necessary Criteria 1. 2. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 343 .

Nil. The vehicle protective positions are proven to ensure they meet required specifications. CONDITIONS: a. 6. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 344 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Necessary Criteria 1. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E / A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 3. Situation. Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. The element prioritizes construction based on direction provided by the supported comd. b. The element receives orders to construct vehicle protective positions. The element coordinates with the supported comd to determine the type and location of positions. Troop sized element. 2. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. The element constructs positions in the order of the supported comd's priorities. 1. Denied. 2. 4. The element submits task status reports to the supported unit and higher engineer HQs IAW unit SOP. 5. TASK STANDARD: The element constructs vehicle protective positions to required specifications IAW ref B.Battle Task Standards E52304253E / E53404253E CONSTRUCT VEHICLE PROTECTIVE POSITIONS LEVEL: 2 to 3 PHASE: All Reference: B-GL-320-007/PT-001 Engineer Field Manuals Vol 7 Field Defences and Obstacles.

The element designs the combat road. The element conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E / A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Task site security is established IAW BTS A02304174E / A03404174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Necessary Criteria 1. FM 5-430-00-2. Lane requirements. 2. FM 5-430-00-1. 1. The Equipment Troop receives orders to construct a combat road. CONDITIONS: a. 4.Air Defence E52303242E / E53403242E CONSTRUCT A COMBAT ROAD LEVEL: 2 to 3 PHASE: All Reference: A. Traffic density. Situation. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher to include: (a) (b) (c) (d) (2) (3) c. Duration of use. 2. b. Nil. 5. The element constructs a combat road: Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 345 . Denied. Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. Start and end points. 3. Troop sized element. TASK STANDARD: The element designs the combat road to meet design requirements and completes within the given time. The element conducts Reconnaissance IAW BTS E13301221E RECONNOITRE A HEAVY EQUIPMENT TASK. B.

and Constructs Road to meet Military Road specifications.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria a. 6. Sets out centreline of combat road IAW design. grubs and strips the route as required IAW BTS E52305243E EXECUTE CLEARING / GRUBBING / STRIPPING OPERATIONS..e. The element submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP (i. Remarks c. Functional BTS: Nil 346 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . E102A ENGTASKREP). Clears. b.

The Equipment Section submits task status reports to higher B-GL-383-002/PS-002 347 Remarks .Air Defence SECTION E52305243E EXECUTE CLEARING/GRUBBING/STRIPPING OPERATIONS LEVEL: 2 (Equipment Section) PHASE: All Reference: A. grubs and strips using the appropriate heavy equipment. b. Situation. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Section sized element. Necessary Criteria 1. Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. The Equipment Section receives orders to execute clearing/grubbing/stripping operations. The Equipment Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 4. TASK STANDARD: The Equipment Section executes clearing / grubbing / stripping operations IAW ref B & C. 1. The Equipment Section disposes of debris IAW the local environmental officials approved disposal method for debris. FM 5-430 PT 1. The Equipment Section establishes task site security IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. CONDITIONS: a. The Equipment Section clears. Denied. 5. B. 3. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Combat Engineers are employed as required. The required permits for burning or burying operations must be obtained. FM 5-430 PT 2. Nil. 2. 6. 2.

(i.. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 348 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria headquarters IAW unit SOP. E102A ENGTASKREP).e.

The Equipment Section receives orders to conduct compaction operations. 2. FM 5-430-00-1. 2. a compaction test strip should be used to find the most efficient roller for the soil. The Equipment Section prepares for compaction operations by selecting the appropriate roller based on the soil-plasticity index and the amount of fines and coarse-grained particles. 1. 4. CONDITIONS: a. b. Necessary Criteria 1. FM 5-430-00-2. The Equipment Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The Equipment Section establishes task site security IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Ensures that the water distributor adds water as required. B. If time is available. The Equipment Section conducts compaction operations: a. 3. Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. TASK STANDARD: The Equipment Section completes compaction to the specifications of the design within the given time. Given: (1) (2) (3) c.Air Defence E52305244E EXECUTE COMPACTION LEVEL: 2 (Equipment Section) PHASE: All Reference: A. Nil. Section sized element. b. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. and Uses a roller to compact the soil immediately after water B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks 349 . Denied. Situation.

If the soil is noncohesive. The Equipment Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP’s. several minutes are allowed before compacting.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria application if the soil is cohesive. Compaction continues until design criteria are met. 6. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 350 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 5.

The Equipment Section conducts cut and fill operations according to the design specifications. TASK STANDARD: The Equipment Section executes cut and fill operations IAW ref B Necessary Criteria Remarks 1. 2. Offset stakes remain intact throughout the cut and fill operation. The Equipment Section submits requests for changes to improve or correct construction plans and specifications when needed. 1. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. B. Situation. 4. The Equipment Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. CONDITIONS: a.Air Defence E52305245E EXECUTE CUT AND FILL OPERATIONS LEVEL: 2 (Equipment Section) PHASE: All Reference: A. 6. The most efficient piece of equipment is used for each phase of the operation. The Equipment Section receives orders to execute cut and fill operations. b. Section sized element. The Equipment Section establishes task site security IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Complete design specifications. Nil. Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. The Equipment Section submits task status reports to higher B-GL-383-002/PS-002 351 . & C. 2. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. Denied. FM 5-430 PT 1. FM 5-430 PT 2. 7. 3. 5.

. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 352 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .e. E102A ENGTASKREP). (i.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria headquarters IAW unit SOP.

The Equipment Section receives orders to execute drainage operations. 4. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 353 Remarks . 5. 3. TASK STANDARD: The Equipment Section executes drainage operations to required specifications IAW ref B. C. (i. E102A ENGTASKREP). The Equipment Section submits requests for changes to improve or correct drainage plans and specifications when needed. The Equipment Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Denied. The Equipment Section executes drainage operations according to the design specifications. Situation.14. The Equipment Section establishes task site security IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. B.e.C and D in time allotted. Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. 2. Nil. CONDITIONS: a. 1.Air Defence E52305246E EXECUTE DRAINAGE OPERATIONS LEVEL: 2 (Equipment Section) PHASE: All Reference: A. Necessary Criteria 1. 2. B-GL-332-006/FP-001 INSERT—ENGINEERS. b. TAM 805. Design specifications. The Equipment Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. FM 5-430 PT 1.. Section sized element. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. MILITARY ROADS PAM 8A. D. FM 5-430 PT 2.

4. 3. The Armd Engr Section executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. A reconnaissance is performed to confirm grids and to mark boundaries. Support manoeuvre force secures the site. turn. The Armd Engr Section moves to location IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY. If mines have been laid a minefield record is submitted to higher 354 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . 2. tied into existing or reinforcing obstacles. Other digging assets available. fix or disrupt the enemy. 5. Denied. Situation. to block. CONDITIONS: a. Type of ditch/completion timings. The Armd Engr Section receives orders to construct an anti-tank ditch as part of an obstacle group: Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. TASK STANDARD: The Armd Engr Section constructs an anti-tank ditch. 1.Battle Task Standards E42334190S CONSTRUCT AN ANTI-TANK DITCH LEVEL: 2 (Armoured Engineer Vehicle Section) PHASE: Defensive Operations Reference: C30-734-000/MN-001 Operational Manual AEV Badger. 2. The Armd Engr Section ensures ditch dimensions/type and digging rates are maintained IAW orders/plant output. Orders from higher command. Nil. b. Construction is completed IAW the appropriate technical standard and within the time allotted. Necessary Criteria 1. Start/end grids.

Air Defence Necessary Criteria headquarters. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 355 . 6. The Armd Engr Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP.

including: (a) (b) (c) (d) (2) (3) c. The wall may be a breastwork / sangar (i. above ground protective wall when excavation is unfeasible) or may itself revet an excavated field fortification (e.Battle Task Standards E42304191S CONSTRUCT WALL / BUND LEVEL: 2 (Armoured Engineer Vehicle Section) PHASE: All Reference: B-GL-361-006/FP-001 Field Defences and Obstacles. TASK STANDARD: The AEV Section constructs the wall / bund IAW the technical standard applicable to the particular wall / bund design... Engineer resources and construction materials are available. Situation. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. the unit to be supported. The AEV Section executes battle procedure out IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. and time by which construction is to be completed. CONDITIONS: a.g. The Armoured Engineer Vehicle Section validates the effectiveness 356 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . general location of the wall / bund. The Armoured Engineer Vehicle Section receives orders to construct a wall with or without revetment or a bund to protect personnel. blast and fragmentation). Necessary Criteria 1. the anticipated threat.. Subordinates. 1. sandbag revetment). b.e. Denied. facilities or equipment against direct and / or indirect fire (i.e. Nil. at the required location and within the time allotted in orders. 2. The AEV Section constructs wall / bund IAW reference. 2. 3.

4. The Armoured Engineer Vehicle Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 357 .Air Defence Necessary Criteria of the wall / bund using available and authorized means.

Orders from higher command. b. The Armd Engr Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW SOP. 2. The Armd Engr Section receives orders to dig protective positions for vehicles and /or guns. TASK STANDARD: The Armd Engr Section constructs protective positions for vehicles and/ or artillery. Necessary Criteria 1. The Armd Engr Section coordinates with the supported comd to determine the type/ location of positions and amount of digging. B-CE-319-001/FT-001 Engineers in Battle. Supporting manoeuvre force protection. 2. Denied. C30-734-000/MN-001 Operational Manual AEV Badger. The Armd Engr Section executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE.Battle Task Standards E4234192S CONSTRUCT VEHICLE PROTECTIVE POSITIONS LEVEL: 2 (Armd Engr Vehicle Sect) PHASE: Defensive Operations References: A. 1. The Armd Engr Section constructs the protective vehicle positions IAW refs and SOP. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 358 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . which can be achieved based on time and equipment/ number of vehicles to be dug in. Situation. The protective positions are constructed IAW the appropriate construction and time standards. 4. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. which provide protection from direct and indirect fire without restricting the operational capability of the weapon system. B. CONDITIONS: a. Nil. Rendezvous location/timings. 3.

CONDITIONS: a. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 359 . above ground protective wall when excavation is unfeasible) or may itself revet an excavated field fortification (e. Situation. and time by which construction is to be completed.. sandbag revetment). Denied. including: (a) (b) (c) (d) (2) (3) c.g. blast and fragmentation).e. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Engineer resources and construction materials are available. the anticipated threat. 1.e. Subordinates. b.. The wall may be a breastwork/sangar (i. the unit to be supported.Air Defence EQUIPMENT COMMON TO MULTIPLE LEVELS LEVELS TWO TO THREE E52304191S / E53404191S CONSTRUCT WALL / BUND LEVEL: 2 to 3 PHASE: All Reference: B-GL-361-006/FP-001 Field Defences and Obstacles. facilities or equipment against direct and/or indirect fire (i.. Nil. general location of the wall/bund. The element receives orders to construct a wall with or without revetment or a bund to protect personnel.

TASK STANDARD: The element constructs the wall/bund IAW the technical standard applicable to the particular wall / bund design. at the required location and within the time allotted in orders. 3.Battle Task Standards 2. The element validates the effectiveness of the wall / bund using available and authorized means. The element constructs wall / bund IAW reference. The element submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. Necessary Criteria 1. 2. 4. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 360 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The element executes battle procedure out IAW BTS A02301000E / A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE.

3. The element prioritizes construction based on direction provided by the supported comd. The element constructs positions in the order of the supported comd's priorities. 2. The element submits task status reports to the supported unit and higher engineer HQs IAW unit SOP. Denied. 6. 2.Air Defence E52304253E / E53404253E CONSTRUCT VEHICLE PROTECTIVE POSITIONS LEVEL: 2 to 3 PHASE: All Reference: B-GL-320-007/PT-001 Engineer Field Manuals Vol 7 Field Defences and Obstacles. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E / A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. CONDITIONS: a. 1. The vehicle protective positions are proven to ensure they meet required specifications. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 361 . Necessary Criteria 1. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. The element coordinates with the supported comd to determine the type and location of positions. 4. TASK STANDARD: The element constructs vehicle protective positions to required specifications IAW ref B. Troop sized element. 5. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. Nil. The element receives orders to construct vehicle protective positions. b. Situation.

The element conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E / A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Duration of use.Battle Task Standards E52303242E / E53403242E CONSTRUCT A COMBAT ROAD LEVEL: 2 to 3 PHASE: All Reference: A. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher to include: (a) (b) (c) (d) (2) (3) c. 1. Start and end points. 5. The element constructs a combat road: Remarks 362 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Situation. Nil. CONDITIONS: a. Traffic density. The Equipment Troop receives orders to construct a combat road. Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. The element conducts Reconnaissance IAW BTS E13301221E RECONNOITRE A HEAVY EQUIPMENT TASK. Task site security is established IAW BTS A02304174E / A03404174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Lane requirements. b. Troop sized element. 3. TASK STANDARD: The element designs the combat road to meet design requirements and completes within the given time. FM 5-430-00-2. 2. FM 5-430-00-1. Denied. 2. 4. Necessary Criteria 1. B. The element designs the combat road.

Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 363 . b.Air Defence Necessary Criteria a. Sets out centreline of combat road IAW design. The element submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP (i. grubs and strips the route as required IAW BTS E52305243E EXECUTE CLEARING / GRUBBING / STRIPPING OPERATIONS. Remarks c. and Constructs Road to meet Military Road specifications. E102A ENGTASKREP).e. Clears. 6..

Nil. B. Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. 2. FM 5-430 PT 2. Necessary Criteria 1. The Equipment Section disposes of debris IAW the local environmental officials approved disposal method for debris. Section sized element. FM 5-430 PT 1. Denied. 6. TASK STANDARD: The Equipment Section executes clearing / grubbing / stripping operations IAW ref B & C. The required permits for burning or burying operations must be obtained. grubs and strips using the appropriate heavy equipment. 5. The Equipment Section submits task status reports to higher 364 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . The Equipment Section establishes task site security IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Situation. Combat Engineers are employed as required. The Equipment Section receives orders to execute clearing/grubbing/stripping operations. 4.Battle Task Standards SECTION E52305243E EXECUTE CLEARING/GRUBBING/STRIPPING OPERATIONS LEVEL: 2 (Equipment Section) PHASE: All Reference: A. CONDITIONS: a. 2. b. 1. The Equipment Section clears. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. The Equipment Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. 3.

E102A ENGTASKREP).. (i. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 365 .e.Air Defence Necessary Criteria headquarters IAW unit SOP.

Section sized element. 4. 2. B. 2. The Equipment Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. TASK STANDARD: The Equipment Section completes compaction to the specifications of the design within the given time. b. Denied. Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. If time is available. Situation. 1. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. The Equipment Section establishes task site security IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Ensures that the water distributor adds water as required. b. The Equipment Section prepares for compaction operations by selecting the appropriate roller based on the soil-plasticity index and the amount of fines and coarse-grained particles. CONDITIONS: a. 3. FM 5-430-00-1. Necessary Criteria 1. FM 5-430-00-2. Nil. The Equipment Section conducts compaction operations: a. The Equipment Section receives orders to conduct compaction operations. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. a compaction test strip should be used to find the most efficient roller for the soil. and Uses a roller to compact the soil immediately after water B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks 366 .Battle Task Standards E52305244E EXECUTE COMPACTION LEVEL: 2 (Equipment Section) PHASE: All Reference: A.

several minutes are allowed before compacting. Compaction continues until design criteria are met. If the soil is noncohesive.Air Defence Necessary Criteria application if the soil is cohesive. The Equipment Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP’s. 6. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 367 . 5.

Offset stakes remain intact throughout the cut and fill operation. 4. 5. Denied. The most efficient piece of equipment is used for each phase of the operation. Nil. & C. FM 5-430 PT 2. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher.Battle Task Standards E52305245E EXECUTE CUT AND FILL OPERATIONS LEVEL: 2 (Equipment Section) PHASE: All Reference: A. 3. 6. TASK STANDARD: The Equipment Section executes cut and fill operations IAW ref B Necessary Criteria Remarks 1. 7. The Equipment Section submits requests for changes to improve or correct construction plans and specifications when needed. The Equipment Section establishes task site security IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. b. 2. The Equipment Section conducts cut and fill operations according to the design specifications. FM 5-430 PT 1. 1. Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. The Equipment Section receives orders to execute cut and fill operations. 2. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. B. Situation. The Equipment Section submits task status reports to higher 368 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Complete design specifications. Section sized element. The Equipment Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. CONDITIONS: a.

(i.Air Defence Necessary Criteria headquarters IAW unit SOP. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 369 .. E102A ENGTASKREP).e.

Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. TASK STANDARD: The Equipment Section executes drainage operations to required specifications IAW ref B. MILITARY ROADS PAM 8A. 2. Functional BTS: Nil 370 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . The Equipment Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP (i. The Equipment Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Nil. 3. 1. 4.e. B-GL-332-006/FP-001 Insert—Engineers. FM 5-430 PT 2. Necessary Criteria 1. Section sized element.14. CONDITIONS: a. The Equipment Section establishes task site security IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE.. B. E102A ENGTASKREP). The Equipment Section receives orders to execute drainage operations. 5. Denied. 2. b. The Equipment Section submits requests for changes to improve or correct drainage plans and specifications when needed. TAM 805. C. FM 5-430 PT 1.C and D in time allotted. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. The Equipment Section executes drainage operations according to the design specifications.Battle Task Standards E52305246E EXECUTE DRAINAGE OPERATIONS LEVEL: 2 (Equipment Section) PHASE: All Reference: A. Design specifications. Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. D. Situation.

Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. The Equipment Section establishes task site security IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE at loading and unloading sites. 3. Situation. MILITARY ROADS PAM 8A. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Necessary Criteria 1. TASK STANDARD: The Equipment Section executes dump truck hauling operations as directed in orders in time allotted. Denied. CONDITIONS: a. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 371 . 1.Air Defence E52305247E EXECUTE DUMP TRUCK HAUL LEVEL: 2 (Equipment Section) PHASE: All Reference: A. FM 5-430 PT 2. The Equipment Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Specific traffic patterns are used to minimize congestion. The Equipment Section receives orders to execute dump truck hauling operations. 2. 2. b. FM 5-430 PT 1. B. C. Nil. Section sized element. The Equipment Section executes dump truck haul operations IAW orders. Particular emphasis is applied on the following: a. Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. b. Safe operational speeds are maintained and that speed limits are obeyed.

The Equipment Section submits status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP.e. E102A ENGTASKREP).. Remarks 4. (i. Periodic inspections of the route and road surface are conducted to determine maintenance requirements. Functional BTS: Nil 372 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria c.

Remarks 4. b. Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. The Equipment Section executes excavation operations IAW orders. CONDITIONS: a. 2. The Equipment Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 1. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher.Air Defence E52305248E EXECUTE EXCAVATION LEVEL: 2 (Equipment Section) PHASE: All Reference: A. 2. Locates and protects underground utilities that may be damaged by excavation. TASK STANDARD: The Equipment Section executes the excavation operation as directed in orders and in the time allotted. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 373 . FM 5-430 PT 1. Particular emphasis is applied on the following: a. B. Keeping the equipment a safe distance from the side of the excavation. Denied. Nil. The Equipment Section receives orders to execute excavation operations. FM 5-430 PT 2. 3. Employs the proper item of equipment for the specific excavation. Section sized element. The Equipment Section works in a safe manner by: a. Necessary Criteria 1. The Equipment Section establishes task site security IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Situation. b.

e. or a cutback slope if men are working in a trench over 1. (i.. Functional BTS: Nil 374 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . shoring. Provides bracing.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria b. Remarks 5.2 metres in depth. E102A ENGTASKREP). The Equipment Section submits status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. c. Keeps spoil back from the edge of the excavation.

2. Nil. FM 5-430 PT 1. 3. B. The Equipment Section submits requests for changes to improve or correct construction plans and specifications when needed. Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. The Equipment Section executes grading operations according to the design specifications 6. 1. The Equipment Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP.e. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 375 . 2. FM 5-430 PT 2. The Equipment Section receives orders to execute grading operation. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. b. 4. Offset stakes remain intact throughout the grader operation. Situation. Necessary Criteria 1. 5. The Equipment Section establishes task site security IAW BTS A0234174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. CONDITIONS: a.. Section sized element. E102A ENGTASKREP). (i. The Equipment Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A0231000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. TASK STANDARD: The Equipment Section executes grading operations to required specifications IAW ref B and C. Denied. Given: (1) (2) (3) c.Air Defence E52305249E EXECUTE GRADING OPERATIONS LEVEL: 2 (Equipment Section) PHASE: All Reference: A.

Given: (1) (2) (3) c. CONDITIONS: a. Denied. Nil. C-33-020-005/MS-001 Mobile Craning Today. Remarks 4. The Equipment Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. C-34-010-002/AM-000 Rigging Manual. b. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Section sized element. Functional BTS: Nil 376 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . paying particular attention to utility lines. 3. The Equipment Section submits status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. 2. The Equipment Section executes lift operations IAW orders. C. Checks for overhead obstacles.. E102A ENGTASKREP). Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. The Equipment Section establishes task site security IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. b. Situation. 1. Particular emphasis is applied on the following: a. Designates a signalman. TASK STANDARD: The Equipment Section executes the lift operation as directed in orders and in the time allotted. 2. The Equipment Section receives orders to execute lift operations in support of other activities.e. Necessary Criteria 1. B-GL-361-004/FP-001 Rigging. (i.Battle Task Standards E52305250E EXECUTE LIFT LEVEL: 2 (Equipment Section) PHASE: All Reference: A. B.

Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. b. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 377 . 2. 1. TASK STANDARD: The Equipment Section executes snow and ice control to ensure safe passage on the route within the given time. (i.Air Defence E52305251E EXECUTE ICE AND SNOW CONTROL LEVEL: 2 (Equipment Section) PHASE: All Reference: B-GG-238-000/AG-001 Snow and Ice Control Vol 1 Canadian Forces Roads and Walkways. The Equipment Section prepares snow clearance and sand/salt spreading equipment. Necessary Criteria 1. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. The Equipment Section receives orders to execute ice and snow control. 3. The Equipment Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. E102A ENGTASKREP). 2. Section sized element.. 4. Nil.e. Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. The Equipment Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. Denied. The Equipment Section conducts snow and ice control activities IAW unit SNIC instruction.

Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. TAM 805. Nil. FM 5-430-00-2. 378 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . and Coordinating required stores and materials. TASK STANDARD: The Equipment Section completes the maintenance of a road within the given time. b. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. 4. Ensuring heavy equipment is serviceable. 1. BTS E52305249E EXECUTE GRADING OPERATIONS. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. 2. Situation. b. Remarks 3. 2. CONDITIONS: a. Denied. The Equipment Section receives orders to maintain a road. The Equipment Section prepares for road maintenance by: a.Battle Task Standards E52305252E MAINTAIN ROADS LEVEL: 2 (Equipment Section) PHASE: All Reference: A.16. Section sized element. C. Necessary Criteria 1. The Equipment Section maintains the road IAW Military Road Specifications to include the following BTS as required: a. The Equipment Section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. B. FM 5-430-00-1. B-GL-332-006/FP-001 Insert—Engineers. The Equipment Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE.

e. e. BTS E52305247E EXECUTE DUMP TRUCK HAUL. The Equipment Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 379 . d. BTS E52305246E EXECUTE DRAINAGE OPERATIONS. and BTS E52305248E EXECUTE EXCAVATION.. c.Air Defence Necessary Criteria b. (i. Remarks 5. E102A ENGTASKREP). BTS E52305244E EXECUTE COMPACTION.

1. C. The Equipment Troop plans. The Equipment Troop conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 2. MILITARY ROAD PAM 8A. CONDITIONS: a. The Equipment Troop performs a preliminary study to ensure they have all required information and identify all limitations that will affect the project. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. 2. C and D in the allotted time. Necessary Criteria 1. FM 5-430 PT 2. b. FM 5-430 PT 1. DESIGN AND EXECUTE CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS. Nil. Denied.Battle Task Standards TROOP E5345254S CONSTRUCT A ROAD LEVEL: 3 (Equipment Troop (ESR)) PHASE: All Reference: A. b. Situation. and Remarks 380 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The Equipment Troop receives orders to construct a road. Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. B. Design criteria. 3. Troop sized element complete with Cbt Engr Sect. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. such as: a. designs and executes a horizontal construction project IAW BTS E83401287S PLAN. air photos and available information. Existing maps. TASK STANDARD: The Equipment Troop constructs a road conforming to Military Road Specifications IAW ref B.

Drainage. e. A final reconnaissance report is produced to include the following: a. d. Obstacles to movement.Air Defence Necessary Criteria c. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 381 . f. The Equipment Troop / design staff design the road to include: a. e. Site accessibility. b. Local resources. 5. The reconnaissance party conducts a detailed survey and reconnaissance. g. 6. i. climate. Plotting of road cross sections. Amount and type of any additional clearing required. c. The Equipment Troop conducts preliminary ground reconnaissance. The Equipment Troop design staff select a final horizontal alignment which minimizes construction effort.. g. Soils study. h. The road base to include treatment of a frost susceptible sub-grade. Designing vertical curves. Air reconnaissance of alternate routes is conducted if possible. and Local conditions. f. etc). b. 7. Engineering factors that may affect the alignment (e. Plotting and analyzing mass diagram. c.g. Sites suitable for installations. geology. Remarks 4. d. Selecting the economic grade line. Calculating clearing / grubbing requirements and earthwork quantities. Ground shapes and gradients. and Designing road drainage.

10. The Equipment Troop establishes / coordinates task site security IAW BTS A03404174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. GRUBBING. Functional BTS: Nil 382 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . E102A ENGTASKREP). Hauls construction materials IAW BTS E52305247E EXECUTE DUMP TRUCK HAUL. grubs and strips the road IAW BTS E52305243E EXECUTE CLEARING. Constructs the road base IAW the Flexible Pavement Design. and Surfaces the road with suitable material IAW Flexible Pavement Design. Constructs drainage structures IAW BTS E52305246E EXECUTE DRAINAGE OPERATIONS..Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 8. The Equipment Troop submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. g. f. 9. h. b. Compacts the road IAW BTS E52305244E EXECUTE COMPACTION OPERATION. Clears. i. Surveys IAW BTS E82405289S EXECUTE CONSTRUCTION SURVEY. Prepares the road formation by means of cut and fill operations IAW BTS E52305245E EXECUTE CUT AND FILL OPERATIONS. 11. The Equipment Troop plans the road construction and produces a works programme. Remarks c. Grades the road IAW BTS E52305249E EXECUTE GRADING OPERATION. (i. The Equipment Troop constructs the road ensuring the following tasks are completed: a. AND STRIPPING OPERATIONS. e. d.e.

The troop conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. and Have accumulated and analyzed data relative to potential site location. 2. The troop receives orders to establish and operate a borrow pit. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 383 . Troop sized element complete with Cbt Engr Sect. Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. 4. The troop conducts preliminary planning by ensuring they: a. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. CONDITIONS: a. B-GL-361-018/FP-001 Engineer Field Manual Vol 18 Pt 4 Pits and Quarries. 1.Air Defence E53405256E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A BORROW PIT LEVEL: 3 (Equipment Troop) PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 5. the troop plans and conducts an air reconnaissance to further clarify the information derived from the data study. TASK STANDARD: The troop establishes and operates a borrow pit IAW ref B in the allotted time. Have all required design criteria. b. Nil. Necessary Criteria 1. Prioritizes locations to be reconnoitred. b. 2. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Remarks 3. Situation. The reconnaissance party comd plans and conducts a ground reconnaissance IAW BTS E1331221E RECONNOITRE A HEAVY EQUIPMENT TASK: a. If possible. Denied.

Equipment maintenance. e. c. b. Pit operations. Laying out the site. 7.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria b. Develops the pit operations plan. Surveys IAW BTS E82405289S EXECUTE CONSTRUCTION SURVEY.e. Constructing drainage structures IAW BTS E52305246E B-GL-383-002/PS-002 c. Remarks 5. f. Road maintenance. c. Constructing haul roads IAW BTS E53405254S CONSTRUCT ROAD. The troop establishes and operates the borrow pit to include: a.. Delivery operations. The troop conducts detailed planning: a. Plans pit layout. 6. Develops the pit organization to include the following sections: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Pits operations headquarters. Stripping operations. and Completes a Site Investigation Report (i. AND STRIPPING OPERATIONS. Conducts site investigation. GRUBBING. and Support. reconnaissance report) IAW with the proper format. Removing overburden IAW BTS E52305243E EXECUTE CLEARING. The troop establishes / coordinates site security IAW BTS A03404174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. 384 . Constructing loading ramps. d. b.

The Troop headquarters maintains development records.e. i. and Maintaining heavy equipment to ensure continued operations of the pit without unscheduled interruptions. Hauling operations are conducted IAW BTS E52305247E EXECUTE DUMP TRUCK HAUL. 9. a daily work log and a production log. The Troop headquarters submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP (i. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 385 .. g. j. h. Excavating material IAW BTS E52305248E EXECUTE EXCAVATION. Remarks 8.Air Defence Necessary Criteria EXECUTE DRAINAGE OPERATIONS. E102A ENGTASKREP) and submits production records IAW the plan developed during detailed planning. Maintaining haul roads IAW BTS E52305252E MAINTAIN ROADS.

TASK STANDARD: The Equipment Troop establishes and operates a quarry IAW ref B in the allotted time. B-GL-361-018/FP-001 Engineer Field Manual Vol 18 Pt 4 Pits and Quarries. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. b. If possible. 4. 2. The Equipment Troop conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The reconnaissance party comd plans and conducts a ground reconnaissance IAW BTS E1330221E RECONNOITRE A HEAVY EQUIPMENT TASK: 386 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . the Equipment Troop plans and conducts an air reconnaissance to further clarify the information derived from the data study. Troop sized element complete with Cbt Engr Sect. Have all required design criteria. CONDITIONS: a. Denied. and Have accumulated and analyzed data relative to potential site location. Nil. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. The Equipment Troop receives orders to establish and operate a quarry. Situation. 2. Remarks 3. The Equipment Troop conducts preliminary planning by ensuring they: a. b.Battle Task Standards E53405257E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A QUARRY LEVEL: 3 (Equipment Troop) PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 3. 1. Necessary Criteria 1. Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task.

Plans quarry layout to include: (1) (2) (3) b. Location of material handling and storage facilities. and c. Conducts site investigation. Remarks 5. and Completes a Site Investigation Report (i. blasting and ripping. Ramp from quarry boundary to working face. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 387 . Development of quarry face and floor.Air Defence Necessary Criteria a. and Determine quarry dimensions to include: (1) (2) (3) Bench height. and Development of safety and medical plans.e. Stripping operations. b. and Location of water supply for washing aggregate. and Bench surface area.. Quarry operations. and d. Develops the quarry organization to include the following sections: (1) (2) (3) Quarry operation headquarters. Develops the quarry operations plan to include: (1) (2) (3) (4) Selecting the best method for drilling. The Equipment Troop conducts detailed planning: a. Prioritizes locations to be reconnoitred. reconnaissance report) IAW with the proper format. Plans crushing. screening and washing operations. Face width. c.

i. 7. Commences rock processing operations. AND STRIPPING OPERATIONS. j. Establishes administrative services and installs utilities. k. Constructing haul roads IAW BTS E53405254S CONSTRUCT ROAD. Removing overburden IAW BTS E52305243E EXECUTE CLEARING. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 c. The Equipment Troop establishes / coordinates site security IAW BTS A03404171E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Road maintenance. Remarks 6. Excavating material IAW BTS E52305248E EXECUTE EXCAVATION. g. e.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Rock processing operations. 388 . screening and washing components. f. Installs rock processing plant including crushing. and Support. b. l. d. Surveys IAW BTS E82405289S EXECUTE CONSTRUCTION SURVEY. Sets up compressor system and drills. Delivery operations. The Equipment Troop establishes and operates the quarry to include: a. h. Hauling operations are conducted IAW BTS E52305247E EXECUTE DUMP TRUCK HAUL. Equipment maintenance. Laying out the site. Constructing loading ramps and materials handling and storage facilities to include surge piles. Constructing drainage structures IAW BTS E52305246E EXECUTE DRAINAGE OPERATIONS. GRUBBING.

e. The Equipment Troop headquarters submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP (i. Remarks 8. rock inventory log and a production log.. Troop headquarters maintains development records. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 389 . and Maintaining heavy equipment and rock processing equipment to ensure continued operations of the quarry without unscheduled interruptions. 9.Air Defence Necessary Criteria m. n. E102A ENGTASKREP) and submits production records IAW the plan developed during detailed planning. blasting log. a daily work log. Maintaining haul roads IAW BTS E52305252E MAINTAIN ROADS.

2. 3. FM 5-430 PT 1. CONDITIONS: a. Necessary Criteria 1. Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. Design criteria. DESIGN AND EXECUTE CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS. C. b. Situation. TASK STANDARD: The Equipment Squadron constructs a road conforming to Military Road Specifications IAW ref B. MILITARY ROAD PAM 8A. such as: a. Denied. 2. FM 5-430 PT 2. Squadron sized element complete with a Hy Eqpt Tp and Cbt Engr Tp. B. air photos and available information. b. The Equipment Squadron receives orders to construct a road. A preliminary study is conducted to ensure that all required information is collected and all limitations that will affect the project are identified. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. The Equipment Squadron conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. designs and executes a horizontal construction project IAW BTS E84601290S PLAN. Nil. The Equipment Squadron plans. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. and Remarks 390 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . C and D in the allotted time.Battle Task Standards SQUADRON E54605254S CONSTRUCT A ROAD LEVEL: 4 (Equipment Squadron (ESR)) PHASE: All Reference: A. 1. Existing maps.

7. Plotting and analyzing mass diagram. and Local conditions. The Equipment Squadron conducts preliminary ground reconnaissance. 6. g. d. Calculating clearing / grubbing requirements and earthwork quantities.g..Air Defence Necessary Criteria c. The reconnaissance party conducts a detailed survey and reconnaissance. Amount and type of any additional clearing required. Drainage. e. Air reconnaissance of alternate routes is conducted if possible. Designing vertical curves. geology. Obstacles to movement. b. Sites suitable for installations. i. Selecting the economic grade line. climate. Soils study. etc). c. Engineering factors that may affect the alignment (e. d. and B-GL-383-002/PS-002 391 . Ground shapes and gradients. f. Remarks 4. which minimizes construction effort. The road base to include treatment of a frost susceptible sub-grade. h. Plotting of road cross sections. 5. c. Local resources. b. The Equipment Squadron / design staff designs the road to include: a. f. e. Site accessibility. A final reconnaissance report is produced to include the following: a. The Equipment Squadron design staff selects a final horizontal alignment.

10. Clears. grubs and strips the road IAW BTS E52305243E EXECUTE CLEARING. Designing road drainage. 11. f. c. AND STRIPPING OPERATIONS. Constructs the road base IAW the Flexible Pavement Design. d. g. The Equipment Squadron establishes / coordinates task site security IAW BTS A04604174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. e. Surveys IAW BTS E82405289S EXECUTE CONSTRUCTION SURVEY. 9. Prepares the road formation by means of cut and fill operations IAW BTS E52305245E EXECUTE CUT AND FILL OPERATIONS. The Equipment Squadron constructs the road ensuring the following tasks are completed: a. E102A ENGTASKREP).. b. Grades the road IAW BTS E52305249E EXECUTE GRADING OPERATION. Remarks 8. and Surfaces the road with suitable material IAW Flexible Pavement Design. Hauls construction materials IAW BTS E52305247E EXECUTE DUMP TRUCK HAUL.e. The Equipment Squadron submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. h.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria g. The Equipment Squadron plans the road construction and produces a works programme. Constructs drainage structures IAW BTS E52305246E EXECUTE DRAINAGE OPERATIONS. GRUBBING. i. Compacts the road IAW BTS E52305244E EXECUTE COMPACTION OPERATION. Functional BTS: E52305254E / E53405254E CONSTRUCT ROAD 392 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . (i.

air photos and available information. MILITARY ROAD PAM 8A. c.g. CONDITIONS: a. C. such as: a.. Situation. FM 5-430 PT 1. Existing maps. The Equipment Squadron n receives orders to construct an airfield. b. B. etc). A preliminary study is conducted to ensure that all required information is collected and all limitations that will affect the project are identified. b. FM 5-430 PT 2. 2. 3. climate. Necessary Criteria 1. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. 2. The Equipment Squadron conducts preliminary ground reconnaissance of the airfield location. 1. DESIGN AND EXECUTE CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS. TASK STANDARD: The Equipment Squadron constructs an airfield conforming to Military Airfield Specifications IAW refs A to C in the allotted time. Denied. and Engineering factors that may affect the alignment (e. Squadron sized element complete with a Hy Eqpt Tp and Cbt Engr Tp. Remarks 4. Design criteria. designs and executes a horizontal construction project IAW BTS E84601290S PLAN. The Equipment Squadron conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE.Air Defence E54605255S CONSTRUCT AIRFIELD LEVEL: 4 (Equipment Squadron) References: A. Nil. Air reconnaissance is conducted B-GL-383-002/PS-002 393 . Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. geology. Timings commensurate to conditions in scale of task. The Equipment Squadron plans.

The reconnaissance party conducts a detailed survey and reconnaissance. Plotting of airfield cross sections. A final reconnaissance report is produced to include the following: a. e. Drainage. Site accessibility. i. and Designing airfield drainage. 8. The Equipment Squadron establishes / coordinates task site security IAW BTS A04604174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. f. j. 5. c. Amount and type of any additional clearing required. Soils study. c. Sites suitable for installations. d. g. b. b. h. Plotting and analyzing mass diagram. Ground shapes and gradients. Remarks 6. 7. Obstacles to movement. The Equipment Squadron / design staff designs the airfield to include: a.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria if possible. An air force representative should be present. Local resources. Calculating clearing / grubbing requirements and earthwork quantities. and Local conditions. 394 Surveys IAW BTS E82405289S EXECUTE B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 9. e. The airfield base to include treatment of a frost susceptible sub grade. The Equipment Squadron plans the airfield construction and produces a works programme. Soils exploration. d. The Equipment Squadron constructs the airfield ensuring the following tasks are completed: a.

Air Defence Necessary Criteria CONSTRUCTION SURVEY. (i. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 395 . Prepares the road formation by means of cut and fill operations IAW BTS E52305245E EXECUTE CUT AND FILL OPERATIONS. Hauls construction materials IAW BTS E52305247E EXECUTE DUMP TRUCK HAUL. Grades the road IAW BTS E52305249E EXECUTE GRADING OPERATION. i. Constructs drainage structures IAW BTS E52305246E EXECUTE DRAINAGE OPERATIONS. GRUBBING. Constructs the road base IAW the Flexible Pavement Design. AND STRIPPING OPERATIONS. g. and Surfaces the road with suitable material IAW Flexible Pavement Design.e. Clears. The Equipment Squadron submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. Remarks c. d. f. h. b. e. 10. grubs and strips the road IAW BTS E52305243E EXECUTE CLEARING.. E102A ENGTASKREP). Compacts the road IAW BTS E52035244E EXECUTE COMPACTION OPERATION.

stored and loaded on vehicles moving forward. Class IV / V dump). 2. Accurate records of commodities received/issued are maintained and 396 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . TASK STANDARD: The dump is established by the date/time stated in orders.e. the element effectively controls traffic forward of the FRC. CONDITIONS: a. through the dump to the RCP. Subordinates. During dump operation. other bulk engineer materials. Denied. including: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. bulk broken. and time that dump must be open. Commodities are efficiently received.. The dump may hold mines.Battle Task Standards RESOURCES COMMON TO LEVELS THREE AND FOUR E63405263E / E64605263E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE ENGINEER DUMP LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: TBC 1. explosives and field defence stores (i. Unit transportation assets are available to deliver commodities or equipment forward to engineer sub-unit caches or marshalling areas. or bridging equipment not held on trucks. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from the formation Engineer Dump Order. extracts the Dump Record. unloaded. CSS transport and support equipment are available. The element receives orders to establish and operate a dump to support the execution of engineer tasks within a formation sector. Situation. b. Nil. Heavy equipment / engineer resources are available.

The element delivers commodities or equipment forward to sub-unit caches or marshalling areas. The Resources Troop submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP. 4. 6. 5. 3. Necessary Criteria 1. The element establishes dump site security IAW BTS A03404042E / A04604042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. the element relocates the dump to an alternate location. If required. If ordered. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE.Air Defence the dump is properly secured. 2. the dump is relocated to an alternate location. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 397 . Commodities or equipment are delivered to engineer sub-unit caches or marshalling areas. ensuring deliveries are made IAW the priority stated in orders. The element establishes and operates the dumpsite IAW refs.

including: (a) (b) (c) (2) (3) (4) c. The Water Supply Section receives orders to establish a water point within a specified area. Subordinates. the anticipated production rate. 398 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Denied. CONDITIONS: a. b. TASK STANDARD: The water point is established and opened by the date / time specified. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. general location of the water point.Battle Task Standards WATER SUPPLY E72305262E PRODUCE BULK POTABLE WATER LEVEL: 2 (Water Supply Section) PHASE: All Reference: C-92-140-000/MB-001 ROWPU Operators Manual. and time by which distribution is to commence. NOTE This may involve detailed testing for poisons and disease producing micro-organisms and may delay the opening of the water point for several days in some cases until certification is received. Potable water is IAW the Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality. Water sources are readily available within the specified area. Situation. Nil. Water treatment equipment and chemicals are available. 2. 1. Water is produced at the required rate.

4. The Water Supply Section establishes and operates water point IAW reference. 2. The Water Supply Section submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP.Air Defence Necessary Criteria 1. The Water Supply Section ensures that treated water has been certified fit for consumption by medical staff prior to issuing it to user / supply unit. The Water Supply Section Executes battle procedure out IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 3. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 399 .

Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Preliminary planning is conducted to include: a. Necessary Criteria 1. 2.Battle Task Standards CONSTRUCTION COMMON TO LEVELS THREE AND FOUR E83401287S / E84601287S PLAN. the general location of the construction project. to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) c. design and execute a construction project IAW all applicable codes and regulations and timings given. b. Situation. All applicable codes and regulations. DESIGN AND EXECUTE CONSTRUCTION PROJECT LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: TBC 1. b. Manufacturer’s specifications. Evaluation of all available sources of relevant engineer information. Verification of user requirements. The element receives orders to plan. and the date and time the construction project is to be completed. and The equipment required to complete the task. design and execute a construction project. TASK STANDARD: The element will plan. Nil. Denied. Remarks 400 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . CONDITIONS: a.

etc of the project. The element plans and conducts reconnaissance including a construction survey IAW E82405289S EXECUTE CONSTRUCTION SURVEY. If required. verifies D&S and BOM. transportation and other support requirements. 4. d. prepares and submits an engineer plan to higher headquarters. and stored.g. Remarks 2.Air Defence Necessary Criteria c. and Prepares a network analysis (e. The element orders construction materials within designated procurement lead times. The element coordinates provision of external support including the establishment of any contracts required IAW BTS E82301264S COORDINATE AND MANAGE CONTRACTS. plant. The element conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E B-GL-383-002/PS-002 401 . and recommends / requests design improvements to meet accepted construction practices. b. tested (as required). If provided by a separate design agency: (1) (2) (3) b. The element conducts detailed planning: a. 7. 6. 5. d. CPM or Gantt Chart).. alignment. The element verifies that the required construction materials have been received. Develops project safety and environmental protection plans. and BOM. 3. c. Prepares D&S for military and / or contractual work. 8. Estimates material labour. Alternative sites / alignments if applicable. Produces scopes of work. Cost estimates are developed. 9. The design team performs design and estimation activities: a. Assessment of the engineering factors which may impact siting. inventoried.

Prepares as-built drawings. If required. 10. and Conducts an after action review. Conducts facility handover to end user including provision of any manufacturer’s maintenance instructions. The element performs project closeout and post-construction activities: a.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The element ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the duration of the project. The element submits task status reports to higher headquarters IAW unit SOP’s. e. d. 12. Remarks c. Performs contract close out activities. 14. The element establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A03404174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Functional BTS: E52305250E EXECUTE LIFT E82305266S CONSTRUCT CONCRETE STRUCTURES E82305267S CONSTRUCT EXPEDIENT FIELD SANITATION SERVICES E82305268S CONSTRUCT STEEL FRAME STRUCTURES E82305269S CONSTRUCT WOOD FRAME STRUCTURES E82305270S INSTALL AN EXTERIOR WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM E82305271S INSTALL BULK FLUID STORAGE E82305272S INSTALL ED EQUIPMENT E82305273S INSTALL EG EQUIPMENT E82305274S INSTALL INTERIOR GAS AND PLUMBING E82305275S INSTALL REFRIGERATION / HVAC SYSTEMS E82305276S INSTALL SEWERAGE 402 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 13. f. compares the actual versus estimated project cost. b. 11. The element ensures quality assurance procedures are implemented throughout the duration of the project. and deficiency lists. warranties provided with installed equipment / systems. Conducts end of project inspection.

Air Defence E83405288S / E84605288S CONSTRUCT INITIAL/TEMPORARY STANDARD CAMP LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: B-GL-361-012/FP-001 Accommodations. Manufacturer’s specification. Installations and Engineering Services For Deployed Operations. Necessary Criteria 1. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. All applicable codes and regulations. Situation. The element establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A03404147E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. b. 2. The equipment required to complete the task. TASK STANDARD: The element will construct initial / temporary standard camp IAW all applicable codes and regulations and timings given. The element receives orders to construct initial/temporary standard camp. the general location of the camp. to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Denied. 2. The element ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the duration of the construction. The element conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A0341000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 4. Nil. Troop sized element. 1. and the date and time the camp is to be operational. CONDITIONS: a. 3. The element ensures quality assurance procedures are implemented Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 403 .

During the design stage the following must be considered: a. logistic installations. i. DESIGN AND EXECUTE CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS. Number and type of vehicles (ground vehicles and helicopters). Remarks d. Acquires or performs a threat analysis (to determine site layout and survivability requirements). airports. During the planning stage the following must be considered: a. initial or temporary standard). c. structures.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria throughout the duration of the construction..g. 6. extent and status of existing structures / utilities (e. etc) and preferred layout considerations. railroads. Determines the type of construction required for each of the major functional requirements within the camp based on the specified standard of construction (i. b. and Based on the user data / requirements above. danger area radius for ammunition used by the sub-unit). Safety considerations specific to the type of sub-unit (e. e. f. ports. g. and sewage treatment plant). Functional area requirements (headquarters.. Location. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . h. sleeping accommodation. The design of the camp structure and utilities follow the guidelines within ref A to include: (1) (2) 404 roads and site drainage. 7.e.g. conducts an initial assessment of accommodation and engineering services requirements based on the guideline scales of accommodation and engineering services requirements contained in ref A. The element will follow the procedures outlined in BTS E83401287S PLAN. helicopter landing points. unit medical station. 5.. Number of personnel by sub-element. Determines the extent of any limited Host Nation (HN) and / or Allied support that is available.

Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 405 . POL storage and distribution. and security. 9. The element submits task status reports to higher command IAW unit SOP’s.g.. Remarks Schedules all required construction activities to meet the operational requirements (e. 8. water utility systems. electrical utility systems. solid and hazardous waste disposal. messes). waste utility systems.Air Defence Necessary Criteria (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) b. The element executes construction IAW the design and specifications.. security and safety) of the camp before the domestic requirements (e. fire fighting. Construction of the individual structures and utility systems is performed IAW the applicable BTS.g.

Remarks 406 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . All applicable documents related to the contracts to be managed. The Construction Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. CONDITIONS: a. The equipment and support required to complete the task. TASK STANDARD: The Construction Section will prepare required documents. The Construction Section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher.Battle Task Standards SECTION E82301264S COORDINATE AND MANAGE CONTRACTS LEVEL: 2 (Construction Section) PHASE: All Reference: TBC 1. The Construction Section receives orders to coordinate and manage contracts. Situation. the contracts to be managed. Section sized element. liaises. Denied. with appropriate units or headquarters. b. to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) c. supervises work and ensures completion and appropriate payment. Nil. 3. and the date and time the contracts are to be managed. Necessary Criteria 1. 2. 2. The Construction Section ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the duration of the contract.

Force HQ. 10. finance personnel. The Construction Section will submit contract status reports to the section comd IAW unit SOP’s. The section submits task status reports to the section comd IAW the unit SOP./ site plan of the project area. 5. The Construction Section will administer and manage the contracts IAW the contract management SOP’s applicable.Air Defence Necessary Criteria 4. 8. etc). 9. The Construction Section will liaises with outside agencies / higher headquarters (host nation. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 407 . The Construction Section establishes the contract IAW contract management formats and SOP’s. Contract team performs post contract actions IAW the contract management SOP’s applicable. The Construction Section ensures quality assurance procedures are implemented throughout the duration of the contract. 6. 7.

2. Situation. The Construction Section receives orders to perform a structural damage assessment. Nil. 2. TASK STANDARD: The Construction Section will perform a damage assessment to collect critical information WRT the condition of a structure. Existing building plans. Necessary Criteria 1. The Construction Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher.Battle Task Standards E82304265S PERFORM STRUCTURAL DAMAGE ASSESSMENT LEVEL: 2 (Construction Section) PHASE: All Reference: TBC 1. All applicable building codes. the date and time the damage assessment is to be completed. the location where the damage assessment is to be preformed.The Construction Section ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the assessment. Remarks 408 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . CONDITIONS: a. building codes. Denied. The equipment and support required to complete the task. b. Section sized element. and the intended use for the building. to include: (a) (b) (c) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. The assessment will be conducted IAW the D&S. common trade practices and time given in orders. The Construction Section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE.

The Construction Section conducts the necessary assessment and collects information as required to acquire accurate structural damage IAW building plans.Air Defence Necessary Criteria 3. 4. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 409 . all applicable codes and common trade practices. 5. The Construction Section submits task status reports to the section comd IAW the unit SOP. The Construction Section produces and submits a damage assessment report to the section comd to aid in the decision to repair or demolish the structure.

Project drawing and specifications (D&S). Denied. CONDITIONS: a. b. to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. the proposed location of the concrete.Battle Task Standards E82305266S CONSTRUCT A STRUCTURE LEVEL: 2 (Construction Section) PHASE: All Reference: TBC 1. and the date and time the concrete. Remarks 410 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The Construction Section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Nil. Detail scope of work. all applicable building codes. common trade practices and timings given. steel or wood frame structure. All applicable building codes. steel or wood frame structure structure. The Construction Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. 2. Necessary Criteria 1. The Construction Section receives orders to construct a concrete. Section sized element. steel or wood frame structure structure is to be completed. and The equipment and support required to complete the task. 2. TASK STANDARD: The Construction Section will construct a concrete structure IAW the drawing specifications. Situation.

all applicable building codes and common trade practices to include the supervision of any excavation work required.Air Defence Necessary Criteria 3. The Construction Section lays out the concrete. 8. 4. The Construction Section ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the construction. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 411 . The Construction Section ensures the completion of as-built drawings. 6. 5. steel or wood frame structure structure IAW BTS E82405289S PERFORM CONSTRUCTION SURVEY. The Construction Section constructs the concrete. The Construction Section ensures quality assurance procedures are implemented throughout the construction. 7. steel or wood frame structure structure IAW D&S. The Construction Section submits task status reports to the section comd IAW the unit SOP’s.

The Construction Section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE..g. Nil. verifies that the location meets siting guidelines (e. CONDITIONS: a. The Construction Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. and the date and time the sanitary structure is to be operational. 4. Installations and Engineering Services for Deployed Operations. The Construction Section ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the task. The Construction Section receives orders to construct an expedient field sanitary structure. 2. 2. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. 1. Situation.Battle Task Standards E82305267S CONSTRUCT EXPEDIENT FIELD SANITATION STRUCTURES LEVEL: 2 (Construction Section) PHASE: All Reference: B-GL-361-012/FP-001 Accommodations. TASK STANDARD: The Construction Section installs a sanitary structure IAW the D&S and timings given. the general location of the sanitary structure. b. The Construction Section conducts reconnaissance to confirm the location of each structure. Denied. to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) c. Design and Specification (D&S) of a expedient field sanitary structure. Necessary Criteria 1. 3. The equipment required to complete the task. Section sized element. leeward of accommodation) and stakes them out for 412 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks .

c. Remarks 6. 5.Air Defence Necessary Criteria excavation. and Erects privacy screens. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 413 . flyproof lids. The Construction Section constructs expedient field sanitation structures: a. and grease traps IAW ref A. toilet paper holders. Excavates trenches / pits or augers boreholes. The Construction Section submits task status reports to the section comd IAW the unit SOP’s. b. Constructs latrine boxes. etc.

A complete drawing and specification (D&S) of the water distribution system. to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. A detailed scope of work.Battle Task Standards E82305270S INSTALL AN EXTERIOR WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM LEVEL: 2 (Construction Section) PHASE: All Reference: TBC 1. 2. Situation. CONDITIONS: a. 2. and the date and time the system is to be operational. the general location of the distribution system. Section sized element. The Construction Section receives orders to install an exterior water distribution system. The Construction Section ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the installation. The Construction Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The Construction Section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. The equipment required to complete the task. The Construction Section ensures quality assurance procedures are Remarks 414 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Necessary Criteria 1. b. Denied. Nil. 4. TASK STANDARD: The Construction Section installs a water distribution system IAW the D&S and timings given in orders. 3.

The Construction Section ensures that water distribution pumps operate IAW the operator’s manual. 7. all applicable codes and acts and common trade practices. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 415 . 5. The Construction Section submits task status reports to the section comd IAW the unit SOP’s. The Construction Section backfills the trenches and compacts the fill material IAW D&S. 10. 8. The Construction Section ensures the water distribution system functions properly by pressure testing it for required service pressures at all connections prior to backfilling. The Construction Section ensures that as-built drawings are completed. The Construction Section installs the system IAW D&S. 9. 6.Air Defence Necessary Criteria implemented throughout the installation.

Necessary Criteria 1. Nil. The Construction Section plans and conducts a reconnaissance: Remarks 416 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Denied. CONDITIONS: a.Battle Task Standards E82305271S INSTALL BULK FLUID STORAGE LEVEL: 2 (Construction Section) PHASE: All Reference: TBC 1. The equipment required to complete the task. b. 2. TASK STANDARD: The Construction Section installs the tank farm IAW the design requirements and timings given in orders. The Construction Section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. the storage capacity required. Section sized element. 4. The Construction Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. and the date and time the tank farm is to be operational. The Construction Section ensures quality assurance procedures are implemented throughout the installation. 5. 3. to include: (a) (b) (c) (2) (3) c. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Situation. The Construction Section ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the installation. The Construction Section receives orders to install a fabricated tank farm to support the bulk storage of POL or water. 2. the general location of the tank farm.

Air Defence Necessary Criteria a. natural camouflage and concealment. The Construction Section submits status reports to the section comd IAW unit SOP. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 417 . slope. drainage.. dyke construction and lining. Acquiring the following information: (1) (2) (3) User requirements. The Construction Section verifies that the system is installed correctly and operates IAW manufacturer’s specifications. Site layout including tank and dyke locations. (3) (4) 6. etc. Nature of the site including dimensions. 7. waiting areas. Dyke dimensions based on 110% containment (for petroleum products) and overall site size requirement. Conducts the reconnaissance to determine: (1) (2) Access to / from the site and within the site. Equipment available. loop road construction. site clearing and levelling. 8. and tank / distribution system installation). Remarks b. type of ground and vegetation. areas to permit simultaneous receipt and issue.g. loop road within the site. Estimate of work required to install the tank farm (e. The Construction Section installs the tank farm IAW manufacturer’s instructions.

The Construction Section installs the electrical distribution system 418 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . System design and specification (D&S). The equipment required to complete the task. Section sized element. b. 2. to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Situation. common trades practices and timings given. The Construction Section receives orders to install ED equipment. CONDITIONS: a. Necessary Criteria 1. Nil. and the date and time the ED equipment is to be installed. 4. The Construction Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The Construction Section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Denied. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher.Battle Task Standards E82305272S INSTALL ED EQUIPMENT LEVEL: 2 (Construction Section) PHASE: All Reference: TBC 1. The Construction Section ensures quality assurance procedures are implemented throughout the installation. TASK STANDARD: The Construction Section installs the ED equipment IAW the applicable codes. The Construction Section ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the installation. 3. All applicable codes and regulations. the general location of the of ED equipment. 2. 5.

applicable codes and common trade practices.Air Defence Necessary Criteria prescribed within the D&S IAW applicable codes and common trade practices. The Construction Section updates plans and drawings with as-built information and data as required. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 419 . The Construction Section performs distribution system afterinstallation inspection and testing IAW the D&S. 7. 6. 8. The Construction Section submits task status reports to the section comd IAW the unit SOP’s.

The Construction Section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. The Construction Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 5. The Construction Section receives orders to install EG equipment. 420 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . TASK STANDARD: The Construction Section installs the EG equipment IAW the manufacturer’s specifications and timings given. The Construction Section ensures quality assurance procedures are implemented throughout the installation. the general location for the installation of EG equipment. Necessary Criteria 1. System design and specification (D&S). Operator and maintenance manuals. Nil. CONDITIONS: a. 4. 2. to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. The equipment required to complete the task.Battle Task Standards E82305273S INSTALL EG EQUIPMENT LEVEL: 2 (Construction Section) PHASE: All Reference: TBC 1. 2. 3. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. The Construction Section installs the EG equipment IAW D&S. Denied. The Construction Section ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the installation. Situation. and the date and time the EG equipment is to be operational. b. Section sized element.

10. The Construction Section performs an after-installation power generating equipment inspection and acceptance tests IAW the operator’s manual and common trade practices. The Construction Section installs power generating equipment and auxiliary support equipment IAW installation D&S and operators manual. b. The Construction Section verifies loading of the power generating equipment by the supported unit’s actual and anticipated demand: a. The Construction Section performs pre-commissioning operator maintenance on the power generating equipment IAW the operator’s manual. 9. Balances the load to be within acceptable tolerances. b. 7. c. Remarks 6.Air Defence Necessary Criteria operators manual and common trade practices to include the following: a. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 421 . Coordinates delivery of POL necessary to support power generating equipment operation. Confirms completion of all site preparation work. The Construction Section submits task status reports to the section comd IAW the unit SOP’s. 8. Coordinates heavy equipment and transportation assets necessary to support installation. Ensures that the total connected load does not exceed the power generating equipment output kilovolt amperage (kVa) rating.

Denied. TASK STANDARD: The Construction Section installs interior gas and plumbing IAW the manufacturer’s specifications and timings given. 422 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . 2. System design and specification (D&S). 3. the location for the installation of interior gas and plumbing. Manufacturer’s specifications.Battle Task Standards E82305274S INSTALL INTERIOR GAS AND PLUMBING LEVEL: 2 (Construction Section) PHASE: All Reference: TBC 1. Situation. The Construction Section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. The Construction Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 2. to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. All applicable codes and related acts. Nil. Section sized element. Necessary Criteria 1. and the date and time the interior gas and plumbing is to be operational. CONDITIONS: a. The Construction Section receives orders to install interior gas and plumbing. The Construction Section ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the installation. b. The equipment required to complete the task.

and all related codes and acts. 10. System to be approved by Fire Chief. The Construction Section lays out the required system as per D&S. 6. 8. 13. using the air test for water lines and the smoke. 14. common trade practices. The Construction Section installs the rough-ins IAW D&S and all applicable codes and acts. Locations for drainage lines. 5. cover plates. ensuring all tests are completed IAW the Plumbing Code. water or ball test on drainage lines. water / gas lines and fixtures are marked. installed and tested in same manner as regular water service. drains and any other components of the fixture IAW manufacturer’s specifications. The Construction Section conducts pressure tests on the rough in. The Construction Section installs the gas and plumbing IAW the D&S and all applicable codes and acts. The Construction Section submits task status reports to the section comd IAW the unit SOP’s. 9. 12. The Construction Section ensures that as built drawings are completed following installation tasks. Installs fire suppression system IAW National Fire Protection Act. The Construction Section installs gas systems IAW manufacturer’s specifications. and all related codes and acts ensuring a pressure test is conducted at one and one half times the working pressure for a duration of 15 minutes. The Construction Section ensures quality assurance procedures are implemented throughout the installation. All plumbing to be roughed-in. 16. The Construction Section sets all fixtures ensuring installation is completed IAW manufacturer’s specifications. The Construction Section tests the system IAW manufacturer’s specifications. The Construction Section installs the finish trim including taps. 7. 15. The Construction Section tests and repairs the fixtures IAW manufacturer’s specifications and common trade practices. common trade practices.Air Defence Necessary Criteria 4. 11. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 423 .

3. Situation. The equipment required to complete the task. TASK STANDARD: The Construction Section installs a refrigeration / HVAC system IAW the installation instructions and timings given. Denied. 424 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . The Construction Section ensures quality assurance procedures are implemented throughout the task. Section sized element. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. The Construction Section ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the task. CONDITIONS: a. The Construction Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 2. 2. The installation instructions for the system. The Construction Section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Nil.Battle Task Standards E82305274S INSTALL REFRIGERATION / HVAC SYSTEMS LEVEL: 2 (Section) PHASE: All Reference: TBC 1. and the date and time the refrigeration / HVAC system is to be operational. 4. Necessary Criteria 1. The Construction Section receives orders to install a refrigeration / HVAC system. to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) c. the general location for the installation of a refrigeration / HVAC system. b.

d. b.Air Defence Necessary Criteria 5. c. Units are installed IAW manufacturer’s specifications and Refrigeration Code and good refrigeration practices. Specified temperature. Remarks 7. and Refrigeration / freezer units are properly levelled. The installed units function properly. The Construction Section submits task status reports to the Construction Section comd IAW unit SOP’s. The Construction Section installs the refrigeration / HVAC system IAW the Refrigeration Code and standard trade practices. humidity and / or ventilation level is achieved. the Construction Section submits requests for changes of the design to the Construction Section comd. The Construction Section installs the system: a. 6. If changes are required. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 425 .

Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Situation. Denied. Treatment selected will meet effluent quality guidelines and / or environmental regulations. A detailed scope of work. 2. The Construction Section verifies the accuracy of the D&S by ensuring the following: a. Section sized element. 2. CONDITIONS: a.Battle Task Standards E82305276S INSTALL SEWERAGE LEVEL: 2 (Construction Section) PHASE: All Reference: TBC 1. Necessary Criteria 1. and Remarks 426 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . A complete drawing and specification (D&S) of sewerage system. The equipment required to complete the task. the general location of the sewerage system. The Construction Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. b. Specifications provide adequate capacity for expected flows and volumes. and the date and time the system is to be operational. The Construction Section receives orders to install a sewerage system. Nil. b. TASK STANDARD: The Construction Section installs a sewerage system IAW the D&S and timings given in orders.

The Construction Section ensures that as built drawings are completed following installation tasks. 7. The Construction Section constructs a sewage lagoon IAW D&S ensuring the effluent meets the Guidelines for Effluent Quality and Wastewater Treatment at Federal Establishments. The Construction Section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. The Construction Section submits task status reports to the section comd IAW unit SOP’s. The Construction Section ensures the collection system and sewage plant is operational and functioning properly. 9. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 427 . The Construction Section constructs a sewage collection system IAW D&S. The Construction Section ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the installation. 12. 11. The Construction Section installs a re-locatable sewage treatment plant IAW D&S ensuring the effluent meets the Guidelines for Effluent Quality and Wastewater Treatment at Federal Establishments. 4. 5. or excavation of the sewage lagoon. Verifies that all materials needed to complete the structure are available. 8. The Construction Section coordinates with the designated heavy equipment operator for excavation of the sewer system. 6. The Construction Section ensures quality assurance procedures are implemented throughout the installation. Remarks 3.Air Defence Necessary Criteria c. site levelling for the re-locatable sewage treatment plant. 10.

The Construction Section ensures quality assurance procedures are Remarks 428 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. The Construction Section receives orders to maintain ED equipment. 2. The Construction Section ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the maintenance. Denied. Section sized element. the location of the of ED equipment. 2. and the date and time the ED equipment is to be maintained. common trade practices and timings given. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Manufacturer’s specifications. Situation. The equipment required to complete the task. 3. Nil. TASK STANDARD: The Construction Section maintains the ED equipment IAW the manufacturer’s specifications. System design and specification (D&S). CONDITIONS: a. b. The Construction Section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. 4. The Construction Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. All applicable codes and regulations. all applicable codes.Battle Task Standards E82305277S MAINTAIN ED EQUIPMENT LEVEL: 2 (Construction Section) PHASE: All Reference: TBC 1. Necessary Criteria 1.

6. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 429 . 5. The Construction Section performs maintenance on the distribution system IAW the manufacturer’s specifications. all applicable codes and common trade practices.Air Defence Necessary Criteria implemented throughout the maintenance. The Construction Section submits task status reports to the section comd IAW the unit SOP’s.

5. The equipment required to complete the task. CONDITIONS: a. The Construction Section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. 2. b. Situation. System design and specification (D&S). The Construction Section receives orders to maintain EG equipment. Section sized element. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. 2. Necessary Criteria 1. Operator and maintenance manuals. Denied. TASK STANDARD: The Construction Section maintains the EG equipment IAW the manufacturer’s specifications and timings given. Nil. to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. and the date and time the EG equipment is to be maintained. the location of the of EG equipment. The Construction Section ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the maintenance. 3. The Construction Section safely performs maintenance to the power 430 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . The Construction Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The Construction Section ensures quality assurance procedures are implemented throughout the maintenance. 4.Battle Task Standards E82305278S MAINTAIN EG EQUIPMENT LEVEL: 2 (Construction Section) PHASE: All Reference: TBC 1.

6. The Construction Section submits task status reports to the troop headquarters IAW the unit SOP’s. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 431 .Air Defence Necessary Criteria generating equipment IAW the operating and maintenance manuals and common trade practices ensuring the section maintains operations / maintenance log(s) and record(s).

Situation. The Construction Section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. The equipment required to complete the task. 5. b. The Construction Section ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the task. The Construction Section ensures quality assurance procedures are implemented throughout the task. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. and the date and time the refrigeration / HVAC system is to be operational. The Construction Section performs preventative maintenance on all 432 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . TASK STANDARD: The Construction Section maintains a refrigeration / HVAC system IAW the manufacturer’s specifications and timings given. 4. CONDITIONS: a. Necessary Criteria 1. The Construction Section receives orders to maintain a refrigeration / HVAC system. Construction Section sized element. 2. 3. to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) c. the location of the refrigeration / HVAC system. The Construction Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 2. Manufacturer’s specifications & maintenance manuals. Denied.Battle Task Standards E82305279S MAINTAIN REFRIGERATION / HVAC SYSTEMS LEVEL: 2 (Construction Section) PHASE: All Reference: TBC 1. Nil.

and refrigerant containing equipment. connections. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 433 . Refrigerant leaks must be tested on all lines.Air Defence Necessary Criteria major components of the refrigeration / HVAC system according the manufacturer’s specifications. The Construction Section submits task status reports to Construction Section comd IAW unit SOP’s. 6.

The Construction Section receives orders to operate EG equipment. 2. Nil. Necessary Criteria 1. the location of the EG equipment. Situation. TASK STANDARD: The Construction Section operates the EG equipment IAW the manufacturer’s specifications and timings given. The Construction Section ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the operation. and The equipment required to complete the task. and the date and time the EG equipment is to be operational. 4. CONDITIONS: a. 5. Operator and maintenance manuals. The Construction Section ensures quality assurance procedures are implemented throughout the operation. b. The Construction Section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A0234174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Section sized element. 2. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. System design and specification (D&S). The Construction Section safely operates the power generating 434 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks .Battle Task Standards E82305280S OPERATE EG EQUIPMENT LEVEL: 2 (Construction Section) PHASE: All Reference: TBC 1. 3. The Construction Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A0231000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. and Denied.

The Construction Section submits task status reports to the section comd IAW the unit SOP’s. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 435 .Air Defence Necessary Criteria equipment IAW the operation manual ensuring the section maintains operations / maintenance log(s) and record(s). 6.

all applicable code. CONDITIONS: a. Manufacturer’s specifications. Nil. Necessary Criteria 1. The Construction Section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A0234174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. and the date and time the ED equipment is to be repaired or replaced. The Construction Section ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the repairs. All applicable codes and regulations. Section sized element. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. the location of the of ED equipment. 2. The Construction Section receives orders to repair / replace ED equipment. 2. common trade practices and timings given. Situation.Battle Task Standards E8235281S REPAIR ED EQUIPMENT LEVEL: 2 (Construction Section) PHASE: All Reference: TBC 1. 3. 436 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . The Construction Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A0231000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Denied. TASK STANDARD: The Construction Section makes repairs or replacements to the ED system IAW the manufacturer’s specifications. The equipment required to complete the task. b. System design and specification (D&S).

all applicable codes and common trade practices. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 437 . The Construction Section ensures quality assurance procedures are implemented throughout the repairs. 5. 6. The Construction Section submits task status reports to the section comd IAW the unit SOP’s. The Construction Section performs repairs and/or replacements to the distribution system IAW the manufacturer’s specifications.Air Defence Necessary Criteria 4.

and the date and time the EG equipment is to be repaired. The Construction Section receives orders to repair EG equipment. The Construction Section inspects the EG equipment to determine 438 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . Nil. System design and specification (D&S). 5. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. 2. the location of the of EG equipment. The Construction Section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Denied. 4. 3. to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Operator and maintenance manuals. TASK STANDARD: The Construction Section repairs the EG equipment IAW the manufacturer’s specifications and timings given. 2. b. Necessary Criteria 1. The Construction Section ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the repairs.Battle Task Standards E82305282S REPAIR EG EQUIPMENT LEVEL: 2 (Construction Section) PHASE: All Reference: TBC 1. Situation. CONDITIONS: a. The equipment required to complete the task. The Construction Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The Construction Section ensures quality assurance procedures are implemented throughout the repairs. Section sized element.

6. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 439 . The Construction Section submits task status reports to the section comd IAW the unit SOP’s. 7. The Construction Section safely repairs the power generating equipment IAW the operator and maintenance manual and common trade practices ensuring the section maintains operations / maintenance log(s) and record(s).Air Defence Necessary Criteria the fault through the use of the operating and maintenance manual and common trade practices.

The Construction Section ensures quality assurance procedures are implemented throughout the repair. The Construction Section repairs a damaged water distribution system: a. 440 Remarks Isolates the damaged portion of the line. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Nil. TASK STANDARD: The Construction Section repairs a water distribution system IAW the timings given in orders. 4. The Construction Section receives orders to repair an exterior water distribution system.Battle Task Standards E82305283S REPAIR EXTERIOR WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM LEVEL: 2 (Construction Section) PHASE: All Reference: TBC 1. The Construction Section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Denied. The equipment required to complete the task. b. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Necessary Criteria 1. Situation. 5. Construction Section sized element. 3. The Construction Section ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the repair. and the date and time the system is to be repaired. to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) c. The Construction Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. CONDITIONS: a. 2. 2. the general location of the damaged distribution system.

Air Defence Necessary Criteria b. The Construction Section submits task status reports to the Construction Section comd IAW the unit SOP’s. Remarks 6. c. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 441 . Disinfects and tests the line. d. Performs the repairs. e. and Backfills. Excavates at the break.

CONDITIONS: a. 2. The Construction Section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Nil. The equipment required to complete the task. and the date and time the interior gas and plumbing is to be operational. TASK STANDARD: The element repairs interior gas and plumbing IAW the manufacturer’s specifications and timings given.Battle Task Standards E82305284S REPAIR INTERIOR GAS AND PLUMBING LEVEL: 2 (Construction Section) PHASE: All Reference: TBC 1. The Construction Section ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the installation. The Construction Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 3. b. 2. the location of the repair for interior gas and plumbing. Construction Section sized element. The Construction Section receives orders to repair interior gas and plumbing. All applicable codes and related acts. Manufacturer’s specifications. Denied. Necessary Criteria 1. 442 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . System design and specification (D&S). to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. Situation. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher.

Air Defence Necessary Criteria 4. 8. The Construction Section conducts repairs as applicable on the gas and plumbing system IAW manufacturer’s specifications. 5. and all related codes and acts. The Construction Section submits task status reports to the Construction Section comd IAW the unit SOP’s. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 443 . and all related codes and acts ensuring a pressure test is conducted. The Construction Section ensures quality assurance procedures are implemented throughout the installation. common trade practices. The Construction Section ensures that as built drawings are completed following installation tasks. 7. common trade practices. Construction Section tests the system IAW manufacturer’s specifications. 6.

to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) c. 4. TASK STANDARD: The Construction Section repairs a refrigeration / HVAC system IAW the manufacturer’s specifications and timings given. The Construction Section ensures quality assurance procedures are implemented throughout the task. Situation. Denied. The Construction Section receives orders to repair a refrigeration / HVAC system. 3. the location of the refrigeration / HVAC system. and the date and time the refrigeration / HVAC system is to be operational. Nil. CONDITIONS: a. Necessary Criteria 1. The Construction Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. the Construction Section conducts reconnaissance to 444 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . The Construction Section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. 2. The equipment required to complete the task. 2.Battle Task Standards E82305285S REPAIR REFRIGERATION / HVAC SYSTEMS LEVEL: 2 (Construction Section) PHASE: All Reference: TBC 1. The Construction Section ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the task. 5. For a repair task. Manufacturer’s specifications & maintenance manuals. b. Construction Section sized element. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher.

Remarks 7. 6. the tradesperson: a. The Construction Section submits task status reports to the Construction Section comd IAW unit SOP’s. Replaces non-serviceable components IAW manufacturer’s specifications. c. Recovers / reclaims / reuse discarded refrigerant using a reclaimer IAW environmental regulations.Air Defence Necessary Criteria ensure the equipment is operating IAW the manufacturer’s specifications. Tests for refrigerant leaks. b. When the Construction Section repairs an existing refrigeration / HVAC system. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 445 .

2. to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) c. The Construction Section conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Necessary Criteria 1. The section receives orders to survey a proposed location for a forthcoming vertical or horizontal construction project. b. Situation. The section conducts a detailed survey of the proposed construction site IAW the common practices for surveying for vertical or horizontal 446 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . The proposed location of the construction project.Battle Task Standards E82405289S EXECUTE CONSTRUCTION SURVEY LEVEL: 2 (Resources / Design Section) PHASE: All Reference: TBC 1. Nil. The equipment required to complete the task. The section ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the survey. Section sized element. The date and time the survey is to be completed. Denied. CONDITIONS: a. TASK STANDARD: The element will conduct a survey for a proposed location for a vertical or horizontal project IAW the drawing specifications and timings given. The Construction Section establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. 5. 3. 2. 4. The section properly uses and maintains survey equipment and accurately records field data IAW the common practices for surveying. Project drawing and specifications.

Air Defence Necessary Criteria construction. The section submits task status reports to the section comd IAW the unit SOP. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 447 . The section uses the field notes to produce a topographic drawing / site plan of the project area. 7. 6.

Troop sized element. CONDITIONS: a. The Construction Troop ensures that safety precautions are observed throughout the duration of maintenance. Nil. 2. An initial / temporary standard camp exists and must be maintained over a period of time. the date and time the camp is to remain operational. The equipment required to complete the task. All applicable codes and regulations. Situation. Manufacturer’s specifications.Battle Task Standards TROOP E83401286S MAINTAIN INFRASTRUCTURE LEVEL: 3 (Construction Troop) PHASE: All Reference: B-GL-361-012/FP-001 Accommodations. Installations and Engineering Services for Deployed Operations. The Construction Troop ensures quality assurance procedures are implemented throughout the duration of maintenance. to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Necessary Criteria 1. 3. TASK STANDARD: The Construction Troop will maintain initial / temporary standard camp IAW all applicable codes and regulations and timings given. The Construction Troop maintains systems and equipment IAW the 448 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . b. the general location of the camp. 2. 1. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Denied.

Air Defence Necessary Criteria following BTS: a. The Construction Troop submits task status reports to higher command IAW unit SOP’s. Interior Gas and Plumbing IAW BTS E82305284S REPAIR INTERIOR GAS AND PLUMBING. EG IAW BTS E82305282S REPAIR EG EQUIPMENT. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 449 . The Construction Troop repairs systems and equipment as required IAW the following BTS: a. ED IAW BTS E82305277S MAINTAIN ED EQUIPMENT. b. Remarks 4. 5. EG IAW BTS E82305278S MAINTAIN EG EQUIPMENT. e. and Exterior Water Distribution IAW BTS E82305283S REPAIR EXTERIOR WATER DISTRIBUTION. b. ED IAW BTS E82305281S REPAIR ED EQUIPMENT. c. and Refrigeration / HVAC IAW BTS E82305279S MAINTAIN REFRIGERATION / HVAC EQUIPMENT. Refrigeration / HVAC IAW BTS E82305285S REPAIR REFRIGERATION / HVAC EQUIPMENT. d. c.

Timings with respect to the completion of the geomatic product. Sufficient personnel to execute the task. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. The necessary equipment and facilities to conduct the task. B-GL-361-015/FP-001 Geomatics Support. 450 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 1. Given: (1) Detailed tasking from one level of command higher to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. A secure environment. B-GL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations. The Geomatics Support Team (GST) has been tasked to produce a geomatic product utilizing Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Denied. Sections 3-4.Battle Task Standards GEOMATICS E92701193E PRODUCE A GEOMATIC PRODUCT UTILIZING GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS LEVEL: 2 (Geomatics Support Team) PHASE: All References: A. CONDITIONS: a. D. TASK STANDARD: The Geomatics Support Team (GST) exploits the geospatial database to produce a geomatic product using GIS for the supported unit/formation in a timely manner. Chapter 4. B. Chapter 3. b. Nil. The specified area. C. DEFENSE MAPPING SCHOOL—Introduction To RSI/GIS. Access to the geospatial database. Situation. Chapter 1 and Chapter 2. The type of geomatic product required. 2.

5. The GST will verify the geospatial data for accuracy. MAINTAIN A GEOSPATIAL DATABASE. 2.Air Defence Necessary Criteria 1. the GST will acquire additional data in theatre IAW BTS E92705198E. 3. If necessary. 4. The GST will archive the product digitally. The GST will produce the geomatic product. coverage. Remarks Functional BTS: E92705197E EXECUTE GEOMATIC FIELD REPRODUCTION E92705199E MANAGE DISTRIBUTION OF A GEOMATIC PRODUCT B-GL-383-002/PS-002 451 . to meet the product requirements. classification and currency. The GST will exploit and manipulate the existing geographic database.

B-GL-361-015/FP-001 Geomatics Support. The GST will exploit and manipulate the existing geographic database. Given: (1) Detailed tasking from one level of command higher to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. A secure environment. 1. Chapter 1 and Chapter 2. B. B-GL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations. TASK STANDARD: The Geomatics Support Team (GST) exploits the geospatial database to produce a mission specific decision aid yielding a vision of the terrain and it’s impacts on soldiers. 2.Battle Task Standards E92701194E PRODUCE MISSION SPECIFIC DECISION AIDS LEVEL: 2 (Geomatics Support Team) PHASE: All References: A. The type of decision aid required. Necessary Criteria 1. Section 3. CONDITIONS: a. Timings with respect to the completion of the decision aid. Chapter 4. b. The Area of Interest. Denied. Sufficient personnel to execute the task. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. The necessary equipment and facilities to conduct the task. C. Chapter 3. Situation. Access to the geospatial database. weapon systems and tactics for the supported unit/formation in a timely manner. The Geomatics Support Team (GST) has been tasked to produce a mission specific decision aid. Nil. Remarks 452 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Sections 3-4.

the GST will acquire additional data in theatre IAW BTS E92705198E. Remarks Functional BTS: E92705197E EXECUTE GEOMATIC FIELD REPRODUCTION E92705199E MANAGE DISTRIBUTION OF A GEOMATIC PRODUCT B-GL-383-002/PS-002 453 . The GST will verify the geospatial data for accuracy. The GST will archive the product digitally. 5. 3. classification and currency. The GST will produce the mission specific decision aid. MAINTAIN A GEOSPATIAL DATABASE.Air Defence Necessary Criteria 2. to meet the product requirements. If necessary. 4. coverage.

2. Nil. Timings with respect to the completion of the 3D terrain visualization product. Remarks 454 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . B-GL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations. Necessary Criteria 1. The necessary equipment and facilities to conduct the task. b. The Geomatics Support Team (GST) has been tasked to produce a three dimensional (3D) terrain visualization product. Given: (1) Detailed tasking from one level of command higher to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. 2. If necessary. The type of 3D terrain visualization product required. The GST will exploit and manipulate the existing geographic database. 1. TASK STANDARD: The Geomatics Support Team (GST) exploits the geospatial database to produce a 3D terrain visualization product for the supported unit/formation in a timely manner. to meet the product requirements. Denied. the GST will acquire additional data in theatre IAW BTS E92705198E.Battle Task Standards E92701195E PRODUCE THREE DIMENSIONAL TERRAIN VISUALIZATION PRODUCT LEVEL: 2 (Geomatic Support Team) PHASE: All Reference: Section 3. MAINTAIN A GEOSPATIAL DATABASE. A secure environment. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. The specified area. Chapter 4. Access to the geospatial database. Sufficient personnel to execute the task.

5. The GST will archive the product digitally. 4. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 455 . classification and currency.Air Defence Necessary Criteria 3. coverage. The GST will verify the geospatial data for accuracy. The GST will produce the 3D terrain visualization product.

CONDITIONS: a. C. The Geomatics Support Team receives a tasking to conduct a field survey. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher to include: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) c. 1. TASK STANDARD: The Geomatics Support Team provides positioning and orientation information to the level of accuracy stipulated in orders and within the time allotted. The type of survey required. Necessary Criteria 1. ELEMENTARY SURVEYING EDITION 8. Nil. Sufficient personnel to execute the survey. Situation. B-GL-361-015/FP-001 Geomatics Support. SURVEYING (KAHMEN AND FAIG). 2. Denied. D.Battle Task Standards E92702196E PERFORM FIELD SURVEY LEVEL: 2 (Geomatics Support Team of Field Survey Team) PHASE: All References: A. Section 3. 2. 3. B. The GST properly uses and maintains survey equipment and accurately records field data IAW refs B to D and the common practices for surveying. b. Remarks 456 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Chapter 8. The necessary equipment to conduct the task. The GST conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The level of accuracy required. B-GL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations. Chapter 7 and Section 2. Timings commensurate with the scope of the task. Chapter 4. The GST establishes / coordinates task site security IAW A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE.

6. The GST submits task status reports to the higher comd IAW the unit/formation SOP. The GST ensures the proper dissemination of the finished data.Air Defence Necessary Criteria 4. 5. The GST computes and compiles the collected data. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 457 .

B-GL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations. Hardcopy products will be produced at the rate of 10 copies per printer per hour. The Geomatics Support Team (GST) has been tasked to establish a geomatic field reproduction capability. B. A secure environment. The GST provides rapid response printing on demand. The GST prints unique products derived from the Geomatics Support 458 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . TASK STANDARD: The Geomatics Support Team (GST) reproduces hardcopy and digital geomatic products to meet the requirements of the supported unit/formation in a timely manner. CONDITIONS: a. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) c. Situation. The GST reproduces standard geomatic products IAW priority of work given in orders. Necessary Criteria 1. 4. The necessary equipment and facilities to conduct the task. 2. and priority of work. 2. Section 3. Denied. b.Battle Task Standards E92705197E EXECUTE GEOMATIC FIELD REPRODUCTION LEVEL: 2 (Geomatics Support Team) PHASE: All Reference: A. 1. Sufficient personnel to execute the task. 3. GRAPHICAL ARTS TECHNICAL FOUNDATION (GATF) PRACTICAL GUIDE TO COLOUR MANAGEMENT. Chapter 4. timings with respect to the commencement of operations and the duration of the task. The GST conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A0231000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Nil.

5. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 459 .Air Defence Necessary Criteria Teams (GST). The GST will request base plant support for reproduction tasks which exceed GST capabilities.

2. Section 3. The GST will verify the geospatial database for accuracy. The necessary equipment and facilities to conduct the task. B-GL-315-015/FP-001 Geomatics Support. b. B-GL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations.Battle Task Standards E92705198E MAINTAIN A GEOSPATIAL DATABASE LEVEL: 2 (Geomatics Support Team or Data Access Section) PHASE: All References: A. Timings with respect to the commencement of operations and the duration of the task. TASK STANDARD: The Geomatics Support Team (GST) maintains the currency of the geospatial database to meet the requirements of the supported unit/formation in a timely manner. Chapter 5. B. CONDITIONS: a. A secure environment. The scope of support require. Situation. classification and currency. The GST collects additional data in theatre and updates the geospatial database IAW E92702196E PERFORM FIELD SURVEY. The Geomatics Support Team (GST) has been tasked to maintain a geospatial database. The GST determines and acquires suitable source material required to support the mission. Sufficient personnel to execute the task. 1. The Area of Interest. 3. Nil. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Necessary Criteria 1. Denied. Remarks 460 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 2. Chapter 4. coverage.

Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 461 .Air Defence Necessary Criteria 4. 5. The GST determines geospatial shortcomings and addresses them through other source material or assets. The GST will archive the geospatial database. 6. The GST will provide access to the geospatial database to authorized users.

Chapter 4. 462 Remarks The GST sources geomatics products at theatre level. B. Section 3. B-GL-315-015/FP-001 Geomatics Support. A secure environment. b. Necessary Criteria 1. Situation. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Chapter B-GL-361-001/FP-001 Land Force Engineer Operations.Battle Task Standards E92705199E MANAGE THE DISTRIBUTION OF GEOMATIC PRODUCTS LEVEL: 2 (Geomatics Support Team or Map Supply Detachment) PHASE: All References: A. Chapter 4. 2. Denied. TASK STANDARD: The Geomatics Support Team (GST) manages hardcopy and digital geomatic products to meet the requirements of the supported unit/formation in a timely manner. The necessary equipment and facilities to conduct the task. The GST conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE 2. CONDITIONS: a. Timings with respect to the commencement of operations and the duration of the task. 3. The scope of support required. Given: (1) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher to include: (a) (b) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. The Geomatics Support Team (GST) has been established in hard standing accommodations and has been tasked to provide geomatic products to the supported unit/formation. 1. The Area of Interest. Nil. Sufficient personnel to execute the task. The GST arranges local storage for geomatic products.

If required. breaks down theater supplied bulk stocks. The GST establishes and operates the Geomatic Products Supply Point which: a. b.Air Defence Necessary Criteria 4. the GST seeks release of controlled stocks from the appropriate operations staff. and arranges shipping or unit collection. prepares formation or unit loads. The GST monitors consumption rates and manages stock levels of hardcopy and digital geomatic products ensuring minimum capacity is always maintained. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 463 . c. Remarks 5.

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2. The BTS contained in this chapter may be amended as a result of the Command Support Pilot Project. including: (1) (2) b. This chapter covers the following elements: a.Battle Task Standards CHAPTER 6 SIGNALS 1. Unit Signal Platoons / Troops. C2IS elements integral to other units. LCIS Dets. The Bde HQ and Sigs Sqn. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 465 . and EW Troops and Squadrons. c.

Depending on flow of battle. B-GL 351-001/FP-001 Signals in Battle Volume 1. SECTION 5. Communication and tactical requirements. Required Passwords. CHAPTER 1 AND ANNEXES C TO J. C-53-750-000/MB-000 IRIS System Overview. CHAPTER 5. D. b. Suggested routes.Battle Task Standards C2IS SECTION / DETACHMENT / PARTY S12301016E RECONNOITRE A NEW HEADQUARTERS (HQ) LOCATION LEVEL: 2 (Recce Party) PHASE: All References: A. A communications equipped vehicle. Non tactical communications 466 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . B-GL 321-006/FT-001 Signals in Battle Volume 6. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) c. Support element must recce a new operationally suitable HQ location. B-GL 321-002/FP-001 Signals in Battle Volume 2. Situation. B. SECTION 2. CONDITIONS: a. Orders from one level higher. The deployed formation HQ as forecasted an imminent move. Denied. Potential HQ locations. Map. the Recce Officer may be continuously deployed and composition of Recce party may vary. 1. paying particular attention to communication needs of formation HQ. Enemy and friendly situation. C.

Necessary Criteria 1. The Recce Party manoeuvres IAW with BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY.and Critical Access Points (if applicable). d. b. c.Signals 2. Contact Point. Helicopter Landing Site. Location. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 467 . e. The Recce Party executes Battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. TASK STANDARD: The Recce party must find and provide a detailed recce report on the new HQ location to higher. 2. f. Alternate location. Crash RV. Route marking (if applicable). g. The Recce Party provides detailed recce report to higher to include: a. 3.

Chapters 1 TO 5. TASK STANDARD: The Detachment provides effective secure CIS between higher and subordinate elements. B-GL-352-004/FP-001 Electronic Warfare. 2.Battle Task Standards S12301017E DEPLOY AND OPERATE A COMMUNICATIONS DETACHMENT LEVEL: 2 (Detachment) References: A. Wide Area System Configuration Diagram. B-Gl-351-003/FP-001 Communications Electronics Standing Instructions. D. Routes. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) c. Enemy and friendly situation. Non tactical communications. Annex C. Combat Net radio Diagram. Situation. C. CONDITIONS : a. 468 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . b. The Detachment must provide C2 communications systems for the Comd and his staff. Unit C2IS classified and designated user folder/file configuration and naming (as applicable). Current Crypto Material. C-53-750-000/MB-000 IRIS System Overview. Minimum of one out-station. 1. B. INFOSEC 2(B). CEOI. Denied. Tactical email addresses. Map. Warning Order and orders from one level higher.

e. The Detachment must: a. c.Signals Necessary Criteria 1. The Detachment occupies location IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. d. i. The Detachment develops and ensures OPSEC IAW BTS A02304042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. The Detachment manoeuvres IAW with BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY. 4. Apply EPM IAW ref C. Establish Message Handling System (if applicable). 5. b. h. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 469 . Establish Local Distribution Network (as applicable). 3. Engineer all voice and data communication on assign network. Establish C2IS (as applicable). Assist in managing power distribution IAW power distribution plan (if applicable). and Ensure COMSEC measures are adhered to IAW ref D. g. 2. Configure and maintain det communications. f. The Detachment executes Battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Provide ref RRB function as required.

B-GL-332-001/FP-001 Unit SOP. CONDITIONS : a. 2. Minimum of one out-station. meeting all operational Remarks 470 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . TASK STANDARD: The Detachment facilitates effective command and control of subordinate elements through the maintenance of voice and data communications. B-GL-333-001/FP-001 Formation SOP. Support personnel. Current Crypto Material. Combat Net radio Diagram. 1. Warning Order and orders from on level higher. USOP 202. 2. The Detachment must provide CIS to the Comd and his staff. Wide Area System Configuration Diagram. Necessary Criteria 1. The Detachment deploys IAW BTS S12301017E DEPLOY AND OPERATE A COMMS DET.Battle Task Standards S12301018E DEPLOY AND OPERATE A COMMAND POST (CP) DETACHMENT LEVEL: 2 (Detachment) PHASE: All References: A. b. Denied. Non tactical communications. Situation. Unit C2IS classified and designated user folder/file configuration and naming (as applicable). CEOI. Configure and establish communications and information services for respective CP Cell. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) c. B. The Detachment must: a. FSOP 207 and 208.

e. instructions. Assist in upgrading security measures such as concertina around complex and installation of early warning devices (where applicable). SOP. b. Assist in security/defence of CP complex. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 471 . and maps. and Assist in ensuring EMCON IAW orders. Maintain current orders. c. Remarks d.Signals Necessary Criteria and technical requirements.

b. Enemy and friendly situation. Required Passwords. Remarks 472 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .Battle Task Standards S12301019E DEPLOY AND OPERATE A LINE DETACHMENT LEVEL: 2 (Line Detachment) PHASE: All References: A. Nil. 2. 2. Denied. Map. The deployed element requires line support. TBITS 6. B-GL 321-006/FT-001 Signals in Battle Volume 6. TASK STANDARD: The Detachment will provide effective line support to the deployed element. dismounted or vehicular. Necessary Criteria 1. Tech 384. B.3 TDM BICSI Vol. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. I and II. Routes. Situation. CONDITIONS: a. Warning Order and orders from one level higher. b. Liaise with Bde LCF and/or HQ & Sigs Sqn LCF as required.9. Properly lay all assigned lines using applicable means. Line plan. C. The Line Detachment must: a. 1. The Line Detachment deploys IAW BTS S12301017E DEPLOY AND OPERATE A COMMS DET.

Repair of lines or equipment may include both forward and second line repair. Buried cable. outages. f. line faults. Maintain logs. Remarks k. Raised wire. e.Signals Necessary Criteria c. i. j. d. Provide and lay Military and/or Civilian infrastructure connectivity (if applicable). l. and repairs IAW ref. h. Utilize applicable line laying methods whether. g. or Structure wiring. and Establish and maintain security patrols of installed cables / lines as the situation dictates. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 473 . records and applicable accounting documentation of all locals. Establish and/or assist in fault control. React to line problems with effective fault isolation and urgent repair in order of established priority. Ground level cable.

TASK STANDARD: The satellite communication detachment provides effective Rear Link communications to the supported formation. 3. The Detachment liaises with NDHQ J6 for the provision of requested CIS circuits and networks. Necessary Criteria 1. Dedicated National level engineering support. Administrative Support IAW Command relationship. 2. 5.Battle Task Standards S12301020E DEPLOY AND OPERATE A SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS DET LEVEL: 2 (SATCOM Det) PHASE: ALL References: Nil 1. Nil. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. Denied. Det SOP’s. The Detachment enables applicable CIS services. The supported formation requires satellite communications. CONDITIONS: a. 4. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 474 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Situation. b. Applicable CEOI. The Detachment determines and applies applicable CEOI’S/CESI’S and SOP’s in order to operate the Satellite Communications Det. The Detachment deploys IAW BTS S12301017E DEPLOY AND OPERATE A COMMS DET. 2. The Detachment establishes communications with Canadian Forces National Operations Centre (CFNOC) for engineering purposes.

2. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Wide Area System Configuration Diagram. CHAPTER 3.Signals S12301327E DEPLOY AND OPERATE A RADIO RELAY DETACHMENT LEVEL: 2 (Section) PHASE: All References: A. Necessary Criteria 1. Non tactical communications. b. The element must ensure passage of information to and from the deployed formation. 1. Denied. b. Engineer all voice and data communication on assigned Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 475 . 2. The Section deploys IAW BTS S12301017E DEPLOY AND OPERATE A COMMS DET. B-GL 321-006/FT-001 Signals In Battle Volume 6. Combat Net radio Diagram. Situation. B-GL 351-001/FP-001 Signals in Battle Volume 1. The requirement for a WAS arises. The Section must: a. c. Ensure connectivity to fibre optic cables between HQ Nodes and Radio Nodes as applicable. B. C. Current Crypto Material. SECTION 2. Warning Order and mission order from one level higher. CEOI. C-53-750-000/MB-000 IRIS System Overview. TASK STANDARD: The Section will provide effective secure CIS between IRRV Call Signs. Configure and maintain Radio Relay det communications. CONDITIONS: a.

Remarks Functional BTS: Nil 476 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . and d. Provide repeater function (as applicable).Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria network.

Communications Repair Request. 2. Enemy and friendly situation. 2. B-GL-342-001/FP-000 Land Equipment Management System. Required Passwords and Routes. The Detachment deploys IAW BTS S12301017E DEPLOY AND OPERATE A COMMS DET. Nil. records and applicable accounting documentation of all faults. The Detachment must: a. and repairs IAW ref. Repair Recovery Request. outages. The deployed element requires CIS maintenance. Necessary Criteria 1. B. and Maintain logs. Denied.Signals S12305021E DEPLOY AND OPERATE AN LCIS DETACHMENT LEVEL: 2 (LCIS Detachment) PHASE: All References: A. Remarks b. CONDITIONS: a. Warning Order and orders from one level higher. Spare parts as per type and quantity of eqpt deployed. b. B-GL-321-006/FT-001 Signals in Battle Volume 6. 1. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. React with effective fault isolation and urgent repair IAW with most current technical references on applicable CIS equipment. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 477 . Situation. TASK STANDARD: The Detachment will provide timely and effective CIS maintenance throughout its AOR.

F. C-53-750-000/MB-000 IRIS System Overview. CHAPTER 3.Battle Task Standards TROOP S13301022E OPERATE A FACILITY CONTROL (FC) DETACHMENT LEVEL: 3 (Troop) PHASE: All References: A. Unit CP or formation HQ complex (as applicable). B. INFOSEC 2(B). D. B-GL 321-006/FT-001 Signals in Battle. Assistance from SEP and OSC (if required). Unit classified or designated C2IS user folder/file configuration and naming. Situation. B-GL-351-003/FP-001 Communications Electronics Standing Instructions. CHAPTER 7. The supported CP/HQ requires CIS management. Current Crypto Material. CONDITIONS: a. Wide Area System Configuration Diagram. SECTION 1. SECTION 8. Sufficient IRIS equipped vehicles to conduct wired and wireless CIS management. Tactical email addresses. 478 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . B-GL 351-001/FP-001 Signals in Battle Volume 1. B-GL 321-002/FT-001 Signals in Battle Volume 2. E. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) Warning Order and orders from one level higher. C. CMS/CMMS plan. b. 1. Combat Net radio Diagram. CEOI.

and Disseminate operating information on the status of the CIS to all required parties. Denied. Necessary Criteria 1. Control CIS management after connecting to applicable LDN. TASK STANDARD: The FC detachment manages the CIS capability for the supported element throughout the AOR. React and apply corrective measures to failures. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 479 . c. Coordinate and engineer required maintenance. Coordinate CIS management of departing and joining elements. d. The Troop deploys its detachments IAW BTS S12301017E DEPLOY AND OPERATE A COMMS DET. b. Develop and ensure CIS management IAW SEP and OSC directives.Signals c. e. 2. 2. The Troop must: a. Nil. f.

Assistance from SEP and OSC resources (if required). Warning Order and orders from one level higher. B-GL 351-001/FP-001 Signals in Battle Volume 1. b. 2. Wide Area System Configuration Diagram. COMSEC equipment. G. F. B-GL 321-002/FT-001 Signals in Battle Volume 2. INFOSEC 2(B). The supported element requires COMSEC support. Unit classified and designated C2IS user folder/file configuration and naming (if applicable). B-GL-351-003/FP-001 Communications Electronics Standing Instructions. CONDITIONS: a. CMS plan. C-53-750-000/MB-000 IRIS System Overview. CEOI. 480 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . B.Battle Task Standards S13301023E PROVIDE ITSEC FACILITY CONTROL (ITSEC FC) SERVICES LEVEL: 3 (Troop) PHASE: All References: A. C. SECTION 1. Nil. Denied. CHAPTER 7. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) c. 1. B-GL 321-006/FT-001 Signals in Battle. Combat Net radio Diagram. E. Situation. TASK STANDARD: The Troop provides COMSEC support to the deployed element throughout the depth of its AOR. Tactical email addresses. D. IKMS Custodian’s Handbook. CHAPTER 4.

d. Generates load groups and keying material.Signals Necessary Criteria 1. Remarks Reacts to any COMSEC incident or compromise IAW refs. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 481 . Executes an OPSEC re-establishment plan. Prepares emergency destruction plan. g. h. Wireless transmission. The Troop: a. Electronically through LDN. The Troop deploys its Detachments IAW BTS S12301017E DEPLOY AND OPERATE A COMMS DET. Other Secure wired means. i. Executes distribution using the following means: (as applicable): (1) (2) (3) (4) f. Creates a CMMS plan. Creates a detailed COMSEC compromise plan. Maintains an inventory of all COMSEC material. c. e. Physical delivery. b. Establishes a distribution plan. 2.

Battle Task Standards S13401024E COORDINATE COMMUNICATIONS INFORMATION SYSTEM (CIS) SERVICES LEVEL: 3 (Troop) PHASE: All References: A. DWAN and CWAN connectivity. TASK STANDARD: The Troop will coordinate secure and non-secure information system services between sections of the deployed formation. Denied. Unit classified and designated C2IS user folders/file configuration and naming (as applicable). Op order and orders from one level higher. B-GL 351-001/FP-001 Signals in Battle Volume 1. A deployed formation. F. CHAPTER 8. The Troop must ensure that the following BTS occur: a. and to subunits. E. Necessary Criteria 1. C-53-750-000/MB-000 IRIS System Overview. The deployed formation requires information system services in support of Command and Control. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) c. to higher formations. D. INFOSEC 2(B). C. B. b. B-GL 321-006/FT-001 Signals in Battle Volume 6. Situation. Links to commercial communications means. B-GL 321-002/FT-001 Signals in Battle Volume 2. 482 Remarks Recce a Headquarters IAW BTS S1231016E RECCE A B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . CHAPTERS 3 AND 6. SECTION 4. Nil 2. B-GL-352-004/FP-001 Electronic Warfare. CEOI. CHAPTER 4. Group account configuration and naming conventions. 1. CONDITIONS: a.

The Troop: a. c. An ITSEC FC is deployed IAW BTS S1331023E PROVIDE ITSEC FC SERVICES. IAW refs. Apply Electronic Protective Measures. c. Establish Message Handling System. Coordinate Satellite Communications IAW BTS S1231020E DEPLOY AND OPERATE A SATELLITE DETACHMENT (as applicable). Monitors and maintains network stability. Ensure COMSEC measures are adhered to on all networks. Communications Node is deployed IAW BTS S1341026E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A COMMS NODE. b. and applications).Signals Necessary Criteria NEW HEADQUARTERS LOCATION. CCO and LCF as required. Establish. d. b. h. configure and engineer DWAN and CWAN networks. Liaise with FCS Det in Electrical Power Distribution management. and Monitors and maintains network security. f. Engineers and configures IS networks. 3. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 483 . e. Facility Controller (FC) is deployed IAW BTS S1331022E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FC DET. e. b. The Troop must: a. and Liaise with the F of S. g. 4. d. Military / Commercial Communication is available IAW BTS S1231019E DEPLOY A LINE DETACHMENT (as applicable). Liaise with FC and IS support dets in maintaining integrity of CIS (Networks. Establish a local Distribution Network. Remarks 2. Databases. c.

SECTION 3. CHAPTER 3. D. Situation. Unit. B-GL-351-003/FP-001 Communications Electronics Standing Instructions. C-53-750-000/MB-000 IRIS System Overview. Nil. 484 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . SECTION 3. Denied. C. B-GL. Unit CP or formation HQ complex (as applicable). E. CHAPTER 4. Unit classified or designated C2IS user folder/file configuration and naming. b. CEOI. Operational direction from SEP and OSC (as required). B. Tactical email addresses. Minimum of one subordinate and one higher station. 1. The supported CP/HQ requires Communications Node to facilitate C2IS to the Comd and his staff.Battle Task Standards S13401026E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A COMMUNICATIONS NODE LEVEL: 3 (Troop) PHASE: All References: A. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) c. CONDITIONS: a. Warning Order and mission order from one level higher. Combat Net radio Diagram. INFOSEC 2(B). HQ. B-GL 351-001/FP-001 Signals in Battle Volume 1. Current Crypto Material. CHAPTER 3. and /or Access Node. Wide Area System Configuration Diagram. F. CMS/CMMS plan. B-GL 321-006/FT-001 Signals In Battle.321-002/FT-001 Signals in Battle Volume 2. Can be Trunk.

Signals 2. h. Monitor all respective networks at all times. Configure and Operate remote radio nets and Comms links (as applicable). and Disseminate reports and returns on the CIS status to all required parties. b. The Troop deploys IAW BTS S1231017E DEPLOY AND OPERATE A COMMS DET. React and apply corrective measures to failures. TASK STANDARD: The node provides reliable voice and data capability to the supported element throughout the depth of its’ AOR. Establish SDS Services (as applicable). Remarks Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 485 . 2. Implement required maintenance. g. The Troop must: a. Implement CIS IAW SEP and OSC. d. or FC’s directives. c. f. Connect to applicable LDN. e. Necessary Criteria 1.

Alternate.Battle Task Standards S13401027E ESTABLISH A CP COMPLEX LEVEL: 3 (Troop) PHASE: All References: A. B-GL 351-001/FP-001 Signals in Battle Volume 1. E. 2. CHAPTERS 6 AND 8. B. 4. Warning Orders and Orders from one level of command higher. Situation. The Troop executes Battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Element is deployed complete with Support elements. b. F. The deployed formation requires that a Headquarters complex be established to provide passage of command and control functions. D. INFOSEC 2(B). 4. Nil 2. AND 6 B-GL 321-006/FT-001 Signals in Battle Volume 2. Main. The Recce Party Recces a New HQ Location IAW BTS S12301016E RECCE A NEW HQ LOCATION. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. The Troop: 486 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . Communications Plan. TASK STANDARD: The complex facilitates the unit Headquarters’ continued effective command and control of formation operations and provides CIS support to the formation Comd and his staff. TITAN NETWORK IS SECURITY ORDERS 2000-12-14. B-GL 321-003/FT-001 Signals in Battle Volume 6. 3. Necessary Criteria 1. Denied. Rear HQ complex and Comd’s TAC could be deployed simultaneously. 1. CHAPTERS 3. C. CONDITIONS: a. The Troop moves into location IAW BTS A03403141E MOVE TACTICALLY. C-53-750-000/MB-000 IRIS System Overview.

and EMCON policy is observed as directed in orders. Site the complex permitting good communications with higher and subordinate elements while maximizing Electronic Protective Measures (EPM). b. and Provide FC IAW BTS S13301022E OPERATE A FC DET. Direct IS support IAW BTS S13401025E COORDINATE IS SERVICES. e. Execute Crash Move (if applicable). b. d. Occupies location IAW BTS A03404174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. c. c. Execute Step-up procedures (if applicable). Establish and maintain voice and data communications to meet all operational and/or technical requirements. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 487 . The Troop must: a. d.Signals Necessary Criteria a. Direct CIS support IAW BTS S13401024E COORDINATE CIS SERVICES. Remarks 5.

CEOI. and Coordinate and Control CIS Services IAW BTS S13401024E COORDINATE CIS SERVICES. Remarks Functional BTS: S12301327E DEPLOY AND OPERATE A RADIO RELAY DETACHMENT 488 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . CONDITIONS: a. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. 2. and links to required external organizations. links to all subordinate elements. TASK STANDARD: The HQ CP facilitates the effective command and control of formation operations through the establishment of all required secure and non-secure communication and information systems within a deployed formation headquarters. Necessary Criteria 1. b. Warning Order and Orders from one level higher. The formation is tactically deployed and all formation level C2IS systems must be established to facilitate command and control functions. All required external communication and information system links. Denied. The Troop will: a. Nil. The Squadron is deployed complete with all support elements. b.Battle Task Standards S13401028E PLAN AND DIRECT COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION SYSTEM (CIS) SUPPORT LEVEL: 3 (Troop) PHASE: All References: Nil 1. Situation. Establish a CP Complex IAW BTS S13401027E ESTABLISH A CP COMPLEX.

The Squadron executes Battle procedure IAW BTS A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. TASK STANDARD: The complex facilitates the formation Headquarters’ continued effective command and control of formation operations and provides CIS support to the formation Comd and his staff. The Squadron moves into location IAW BTS A04603141E MOVE B-GL-383-002/PS-002 489 Remarks . Denied. Necessary Criteria 1. B. Main. 2. Element is deployed complete with Support elements. 1. The deployed formation requires that a Headquarters complex be established to provide passage of command and control functions. INFOSEC 2(B). Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. CONDITIONS: a. C. CHAPTERS 3. Nil 2.4. Rear HQ complex and Comd’s TAC could be deployed simultaneously. Communications Plan. Situation. Alternate. B-GL 351-001/FP-001 Signals in Battle Volume 1. C-53-750-000/MB-000 IRIS System Overview. 3. CHAPTERS 6 AND 8. Warning Orders and Orders from one level of command higher. TITAN NETWORK IS SECURITY ORDERS 2000-12-14. B-GL-321-003/FT-001 Signals in Battle Volume 6. F.Signals SQUADRON S14701027E ESTABLISH A CP COMPLEX LEVEL: 4 (Squadron) PHASE: All References: A. b. E. & 6 B-GL 321-006/FT-001 Signals in Battle Volume 2. The Recce Party Recces a New HQ Location IAW BTS S12301016E RECCE A NEW HQ LOCATION. D.

Execute Crash Move (if applicable). e. The Squadron must: a. and Provides OSC IAW BTS S14701029E PROVIDE OSC FUNCTIONS (as applicable). Execute Step-up procedures (if applicable). Direct IS support IAW BTS S13401025E COORDINATE IS SERVICES. Functional BTS: S13401027E ESTABLISH A CP COMPLEX S12301327E DEPLOY AND OPERATE A RADIO RELAY DETACHMENT 490 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Occupies location IAW BTS A04604174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Establish and maintain voice and data communications to meet all operational and/or technical requirements. Provides SEP functions IAW BTS S14701030E PROVIDE SEP FUNCTIONS (as applicable). Direct CIS support IAW BTS S13401024E COORDINATE CIS SERVICES. and EMCON policy is observed as directed in orders. c. d. The Squadron: a. c. Site the complex permitting good communications with higher and subordinate elements while maximizing Electronic Protective Measures (EPM). b. 4. d.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria TACTICALLY. b. Remarks 5.

2. CEOI. Establish a CP Complex IAW BTS S14701027E ESTABLISH A CP COMPLEX. CONDITIONS: a. Nil. Necessary Criteria 1. The Squadron will: a. and links to required external organizations.Signals S14701028E PLAN AND DIRECT COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION SYSTEM (CIS) SUPPORT LEVEL: 4 (Squadron) PHASE: All References: Nil 1. Denied. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. b. TASK STANDARD: The HQ CP facilitates the effective command and control of formation operations through the establishment of all required secure and non-secure communication and information systems within a deployed formation headquarters. links to all subordinate elements. b. The Squadron is deployed complete with all support elements. Warning Order and Orders from one level higher. The formation is tactically deployed and all formation level C2IS systems must be established to facilitate command and control functions. and Coordinate and Control CIS Services IAW BTS S13401024E COORDINATE CIS SERVICES. Remarks Functional BTS: S13401029E PLAN AND DIRECT CIS SUPPORT S12301327E DEPLOY AND OPERATE A RADIO RELAY DETACHMENT B-GL-383-002/PS-002 491 . Situation. All required external communication and information system links.

F. INFOSEC 2(B). Situation. G. SECTION 1. b. Remarks 492 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Given: (1) (2) c.Battle Task Standards S14701029E PROVIDE OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS CONTROL (OSC) FUNCTIONS LEVEL: 4 (Squadron) PHASE: All References: A. 2. B-GL 351-001/FP-001 Signals in Battle Volume 1. Prepare and issue detailed instructions to implement SEP directives. D. The Squadron is tactically deployed and exercises control over the operational systems. and/or units (as required). B-GL-351-003/FP-001 Communications Electronics Standing Instructions. The Squadron must: a. Denied. d. other OSCs. Orders and instructions from SEP. C-53-750-000/MB-000 IRIS System Overview. The OSC provides the detailed planning required to implement SEP directives. CONDITIONS: a. SECTION 8. Higher formation HQ is deployed. Execute technical supervision of the system. 1. CHAPTER 3. HQs. b. Necessary Criteria 1. CHAPTER 7. Communication Plan. C. TITAN NETWORK IS SECURITY ORDERS 2000-12-14. B. E. c. TASK STANDARD: The OSC provides technical and tactical control of all Facilities Control (FC) as directed by the SEP. Liaise with SEP. Nil. B-GL 321-002/FT-001 Signals in Battle Volume 2. Monitor the implementation of the communications plan. B-GL 321-006/FT-001 Signals in Battle.

f. Remarks Functional BTS: S13301022E OPERATE A FACILITY CONTROL DETACHMENT B-GL-383-002/PS-002 493 . Assist in ensuring EPM.Signals Necessary Criteria e. Receive updates from FC (as applicable).

Necessary Criteria 1. Prepare contingency plans. d. B-GL 321-002/FT-001 Signals in Battle Volume 2. B. f. SECTION 8. B-GL-351-003/FP-001 Communications Electronics Standing Instructions. TASK STANDARD: The SEP issues effective communication orders and instructions in a timely manner. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Situation. CHAPTER 3. Ensure that system resources are used effectively. B-GL 351-001/FP-001 Signals in Battle Volume 1. 494 Remarks Design and execute communications plan to meet operational requirements. D. b. G. Op order. C-53-750-000/MB-000 IRIS System Overview. INFOSEC 2(B). e. 1. b. Manage frequency allocation and crypto planning. F. The Squadron must: a. Issue the plans. TITAN NETWORK IS SECURITY ORDERS 2000-12-14. c. B-GL 321-006/FT-001 Signals in Battle. orders and CEOI’s to sub-elements. CONDITIONS: a. E. C. The Squadron plans formation communications and issues orders and instructions prior to and during tactical deployment. SECTION 1. Given: (1) (2) c.Battle Task Standards S14701030E PROVIDE SYSTEM EXECUTIVE AND PLANNING (SEP) FUNCTIONS LEVEL: 4 (Squadron) PHASE: All References: A. Denied. CHAPTER 7. Higher Formation HQ complex is deployed. Nil 2. Manage network and system performance.

international access links and interface requirements (as required). h. Ensure EPM.Signals Necessary Criteria g. and Establish liaison with national SEPs concerning the provision of Gateways. Remarks Functional BTS: S14701029E PROVIDE OSC FUNCTIONS B-GL-383-002/PS-002 495 .

3. 2. TASK STANDARD: The EWLO Det is deployed and operates within the provisions of the comd’s plan by providing EW advice and coordination. OPSEC is maintained IAW BTS A02304042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. Given: (1) (2) c. The EWLO conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. B-GL-333-001/FP-001 Formation SOP. 496 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . Nil. The EW element is supporting a formation or unit for an operation. Necessary Criteria 1. The EWLO coordinates assigned EW support assets within AOR. EW TTP. 4. 1. Det sized element. The EWLO advises on the employment of EW support assets. 6. Chapter 2. CONDITIONS: a. The EWLO maintains situational awareness and reports information of tactical importance. Situation. FSOP 205. Denied. b. 2. B-GL-352-004-FP-001 Tactical Electronic Warfare. B. mission or task. Orders from one level higher. Section 5. 5. C. The EWLO establishes and maintains communications on all required nets.Battle Task Standards ELECTRONIC WARFARE SECTION/DETACHMENT/PARTY S22301031E DEPLOY AN ELECTRONIC WARFARE LIAISON OFFICER (EWLO) LEVEL: 2 (EWLO Det) PHASE: All References: A.

Signals Necessary Criteria 7. The EWLO submits reports and returns IAW refs. The EWLO Det moves tactically IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY to its assigned headquarters. 8. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 497 .

498 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . 3. The (S)EWCC advises on the employment of EW support assets. FSOP 205. Necessary Criteria 1. EW TTP. The (S)EWCC plans. CONDITIONS: a. The (S)EWCC conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The (S)EWCC establishes and maintains communications on all required nets. B. allocates and coordinates assigned EW support assets. B-GL-333-001/FP-001 Formation SOP.Battle Task Standards S22301035E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A SIGINT ELECTRONIC WARFARE COORDINATION CENTRE ((S)EWCC) LEVEL: 2 (EWCC DET) PHASE: All References: A. Chapter 3. b. The (S)EWCC advises on the maintenance of effective EPM. The (S)EWCC maintains situational awareness and reports information of tactical importance. OPSEC is maintained IAW BTS A02304042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. The (S)EWCC maintains control of the appropriate command net(s). 6. 2. Situation. Orders from one level higher. C. 7. 8. The EW element is supporting a formation or unit for an operation. 4. Denied. mission or task. 1. 5. Section 2. Nil. B-GL-352-004-FP-001 Tactical Electronic Warfare. TASK STANDARD: The EWCC is deployed in order to coordinate EW Sp for the comd’s plan. Det sized element. Given: (1) (2) c. 2.

Signals Necessary Criteria 9. 10. The (S)EWCC submits reports and returns IAW refs. (Step-up) Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 499 . The (S)EWCC moves in sp of higher HQ.

B-GL-333/001/FP-001 FSOP. The Det executes local defence IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE where appropriate. Given: (1) (2) c. 2. 5. The MEWT submits reports and returns IAW refs. intercept and Direction Finding of signals IAW refs. B-GL-352-001/FP-001 ISTAR. D. Section 2. The Det moves IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY. The Det performs search. Section 2. B-GL-357-001/ FP-001 Intelligence Field Manual. B. The MEWT advises on the employment of EW assets and capabilities within AOR. TASK STANDARD: The Det establishes an ESM capability and gathers information in order to satisfy the commanders critical information requirements (CCIRs). 4. EW TTP. C. The Det maintains situational awareness and reports information of tactical importance. 1. 3. Chapter 4. Situation. mission or task. E. 6. Chapter 6. b. 2. 7. Orders from one level higher. Necessary Criteria 1. CONDITIONS: a. Nil. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 500 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Det sized element. B-GL-352-004/FP-002 Tactical Electronic Warfare. Section 8. The Det conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The EW element is supporting a formation or unit for an operation.Battle Task Standards S22302032E DEPLOY AND OPERATE A MEWT LEVEL: 2 (MEWT) PHASE: All References: A. Chapter 3. Denied. FSOP 205.

Denied. 2. Given: (1) (2) c. Chapter 4. B-GL-357-001/ FP-001 Intelligence Field Manual. 2.Signals S22302033E DEPLOY AND OPERATE AN ELINT DET LEVEL: 2 (ELINT Det) PHASE: All References: A. Det sized element. 3. The Det submits reports and returns IAW refs. B. D. 1. EW TTP. 4. Situation. mission or task. B-GL-333/001/FP-001 FSOP. b. Chapter 2. The Det maintains situational awareness and reports information of tactical importance. Section 2. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 501 . The Det executes local defence IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. B-GL-352-001/FP-001 ISTAR. The Det advises on the employment of EW assets and capabilities within AOR. Orders from one level higher. The Det moves IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY. Chapter 6. intercept and Direction Finding of signals IAW refs. B-GL-352-004/FP-002 Tactical Electronic Warfare. Section 4. 5. Section 8. The Det performs search. C. 6. The Det conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. FSOP 205. Nil. CONDITIONS: a. 7. The EW element is supporting a formation or unit for an operation. E. Necessary Criteria 1. TASK STANDARD: The Det establishes an ESM capability and gathers information in order to satisfy the commanders critical information requirements (CCIRs).

C. Chapter 3. TASK STANDARD: The SE Det establishes a SIGINT capability in order to satisfy the commanders critical information requirements (CCIRs). Given: (1) (2) c. The SE submits reports and returns IAW refs. 1. The EW element is supporting a formation or unit for an operation.Battle Task Standards S22302034E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A SIGINT ELEMENT (SE) LEVEL: 2 (SE Det) PHASE: All References: A. The SE maintains situational awareness and reports information of tactical importance. Section 2. CONDITIONS: a. OPSEC is maintained IAW BTS A02304042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. Orders from one level higher. b. Det sized element. Nil. Situation. FSOP 205. mission or task. 4. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 502 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The SE conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 3. Necessary Criteria 1. 2. 2. B-GL-333/001/FP-001 Formation SOP. 5. EW TTP. B. Denied. B-GL-352-004-FP-001 Tactical Electronic Warfare. The SE establishes and maintains communications on all required nets.

B-GL-383-002/PS-002 503 . The ECM Det maintains situational awareness and reports information of tactical importance. B-GL-352-004/FP-002 Tactical Electronic Warfare. 6. 4. The ECM Det executes local defence IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. B-GL-333/001/FP-001 Formation SOP. The ECM Det moves IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY. The ECM Det conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Section 3. Chapter 3. 3. FSOP 205. EW TTP. 1. Situation. The EW element is supporting a formation or unit for an operation. TASK STANDARD: The ECM Det establishes an ECM capability in order to deny or disrupt the use of the electromagnetic spectrum.Signals S22303036E DEPLOY AND OPERATE AN ECM DET LEVEL: 2 (ECM Det) PHASE: All References: A. 2. mission or task. Given: (1) (2) Denied. Det sized element. Nil. b. C. 2. 5. The ECM Det performs ECM IAW refs. CONDITIONS: a. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks Orders from one level higher. Necessary Criteria 1. The ECM Det submits reports and returns IAW refs. B.

Battle Task Standards S22304381S DEPLOY AND OPERATE A RCIEDD DET LEVEL: 2 (RCIEDD Det) PHASE: All References: A. CONDITIONS: a. Nil. 5. Chapter 3. FSOP 205. 3. Necessary Criteria 1. Denied. Situation. EW TTP. b. 7. as required. The RCIEDD det conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. mission or task. The RCIEDD det provides training /briefings IAW refs A and B. B-GL-352-004-FP-001 Tactical Electronic Warfare. B-GL-333/001/FP-001 Formation SOP. Orders from one level higher. 4. Section 2. The EW element is a component of an Engr IEDD detachment that supports a formation or unit for an operation. 6. 2. Given: (1) (2) c. 1. The RCIEDD det executes RCIEDD operations IAW IEDD TTP. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 504 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . TASK STANDARD: The RCIEDD det provides training and intelligence briefings. B. Tp sized element. The RCIEDD det executes local defence IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. The RCIEDD det maintains situational awareness. The RCIEDD det analyzes data IAW refs. 2. C. The RCIEDD det moves IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY. on RCIED threat and force protection techniques.

Det sized element. B-GL-333/001/FP-001 Formation SOP. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 505 .Signals TROOP S23401038E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A SIGINT ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS CENTRE ((S)EWOC) LEVEL: 3 (EWOC) PHASE: All References: A. 1. EW TTP. C. CONDITIONS: a. B. Necessary Criteria 1. FSOP 205. 2. Chapter 3. 4. mission or task. OPSEC is maintained IAW BTS A03404042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. Orders from one level higher. 5. TASK STANDARD: The Troop establishes an EWOC and successfully controls allocated ESM assets in order to satisfy the commanders critical information requirements (CCIRs). The (S)EWOC provides technical intelligence on the development and deployment of RCIEDs within the theatre of operations. Section 2. B-GL-352-004-FP-001 Tactical Electronic Warfare. b. The (S)EWOC conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Denied. 2. Nil. Given: (1) (2) c. The (S)EWOC establishes and maintains communications on all required nets. The EW element is supporting a formation or unit for an operation. Situation. 3. The (S)EWOC maintains situational awareness and reports information of tactical importance.

(Step-up) Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 506 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The (S)EWOC moves in sp of higher HQ. SE Det are established IAW BTS S22302034E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A SE DET as required. The (S)EWOC maintains control of the appropriate command net(s). 11. 12. The (S)EWOC plans and implements the local defence plan IAW BTS A03404174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. The (S)EWOC provides I&W on the development of new RCIED TTP that circumvent current FP capabilities. The (S)EWOC submits reports and returns IAW refs. 9. 7. 8. 10.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 6. The (S)EWOC deploys and controls a ESM Baseline IAW BTS S23402037E DEPLOY AND CONTROL AN ESM BASELINE.

The (S)EWOC is established IAW BTS S23401038E ESTABLISH B-GL-383-002/PS-002 507 Remarks . 2. The EW Troop is sustained IAW BTS S23405041E DEPLOY AND PROVIDE INTEGRAL CSS. The EW Troop is supporting a formation or unit for an operation.Signals S23401040E PROVIDE EW SP LEVEL: 3 (EW Troop) PHASE: All References: A. OPSEC is maintained IAW BTS A03404042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. b. 7. Section 4. Potential hostile action. Chapter 2 B-GL-352-004-FP-001 Tactical Electronic Warfare. Necessary Criteria 1. TASK STANDARD: The EW Troop establishes an EW capability and successfully controls allocated EW assets in order to satisfy the comd’s intent. CONDITIONS: a. 1. 2. Given: (1) (2) c. Orders from one level higher. 5. FSOP 205. 6. mission or task. 8. The EW Troop moves IAW BTS A03403141E MOVE TACTICALLY. C. Liaison is established IAW BTS S22301031E DEPLOY AN EWLO. EW TTP. The baseline is established IAW BTS S23402037E DEPLOY AND CONTROL AN ESM BASELINE. B-GL-333/001/FP-001 Formation SOP. 3. 4. B. Denied: Nil. Battle procedure is conducted IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The (S)EWCC is established IAW BTS S22301035E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A (S)EWCC. Situation.

Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria AND OPERATE A (S)EWOC. 9. ECM Dets are deployed IAW BTS S22303036E DEPLOY AND OPERATE AN ECM DET. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 508 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Local Defence is initiated IAW BTS A03404174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE where appropriate. 10.

The EW Troop coordinates coverage with next higher level of EW IAW ref A. 3. The EW Troop maintains situational awareness and reports information of tactical importance. Necessary Criteria 1. Tp sized element. The EW Troop moves IAW BTS A03403141E MOVE TACTICALLY. FUNCTIONAL BTS: S23402037E DEPLOY AND OPERATE A MEWT Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 509 . Situation. Given: (1) (2) c. The EW Troop conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 2. CONDITIONS: a. 2. 4. FSOP 205. The EW Troop analyzes data IAW refs. B.Signals S23402037E DEPLOY AND CONTROL AN ESM BASELINE LEVEL: 3 (EW Tp) PHASE: All References: A. The EW Troop executes search. Orders from one level higher. mission or task. 5. 1. Denied. Chapter 3. C. 6. b. The EW Troop is supporting a formation or unit for an operation. Nil. Section 2. EW TTP. intercept and Direction Finding of signals IAW ref A and B. B-GL-352-004-FP-001 Tactical Electronic Warfare. B-GL-333/001/FP-001 Formation SOP. TASK STANDARD: The EW Troop establishes an ESM baseline and successfully responds to SEWOC tasks in order to satisfy the commanders critical information requirements (CCIRs).

Cover current threat bands. 2. The plan shall: a. B-GL-333/001/FP-001 Formation SOP. TASK STANDARD: The EW Troop executes an ECM plan that meets ensures that maximum force protection is provided while minimizing negative effects to friendly communications capabilities or the operating environment. b. Nil. Chapter 3. Situation. The ECM plan is coordinated with the SEWCC and G6 with intelligence input from the G2 and SEWOC. CONDITIONS: a. The EW troop is supporting a formation or unit for an operation. C. 2. DEPLOY AND OPERATE AN ECM DET. EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 3. B. 1. EWLO and SEWOC assist in the execution of the ECM plan IAW with Refs. mission or task. ensure that frequency confliction issues are covered to minimize communications fratricide. Section 3. These issues will have to be revisited continually depending on changes in friendly communications usage. Take into account the effect on civilian communications B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks c. Through the G6. EOD team (the EWCC and the SEWOC assist in the execution of the ECM plan). Denied. Necessary Criteria 1. Given. The EWCC. FSOP 205. 510 . c. 4.Battle Task Standards S23403039E EXECUTE AN ECM PLAN LEVEL: 3 (EW Tp) PHASE: All References: A. The ECM dets are deployed IAW BTS S22303036E. An ECM plan is generated and disseminated IAW refs. EW TTP. Battle procedure is conducted IAW BTS A03401000E. b. 5. B-GL-352-004/FP-001 Tactical Electronic Warfare.

and provide the procedures to do so. h. f. i. Report. any changes to FP TTP to counter changes in threat/operating environment. Include testing and evaluation against any new RCIED threats. through chain of command. Through G2 and other IEDD organizations.Signals Necessary Criteria systems. Remarks g. maintain situational awareness on the current RCIED threat. any changes to the threat and the effectiveness of current FP equipment. e. Report. through chain of command. Take into account the effect on RF sensitive installations such as hospitals and airports. Identify the requirement for coverage to be temporarily changed or expanded during an IEDD task. . d. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 511 .

The Sp Tp coordinates sustainment activities IAW BTS A04601186E COORDINATE INTEGRAL CSS. 6. Situation. Denied. 2. Necessary Criteria 1. Potential hostile action. The Sp Tp moves IAW BTS A03403141E MOVE TACTICALLY. 4.Battle Task Standards S23405041E PROVIDE INTEGRAL CSS LEVEL: 3 (Support Tp) PHASE: All Reference: EW TTP 1. TASK STANDARD: The Sp Tp provides the Combat Service Support to maintain the operational capability of the Sqn. 2. The EW Squadron is deployed. The Sp Tp provides maintenance services IAW BTS L12305307E PERFORM A MRT TASK. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 512 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Local Defence is initiated IAW BTS A03404174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Given: (1) (2) c. b. 5. 3. Orders from one level higher to include Sqn Admin and Mov orders. The Sp Tp occupies a hide IAW BTS A03404182E OCCUPY A HIDE/HARBOUR/ASSEMBLY AREA. The Sp Tp executes Battle procedure is conducted IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Nil. CONDITIONS: a.

Situation. B. b. FSOP 205. 3. EW TTP. C. 2. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 513 . OPSEC is maintained IAW BTS A04604042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. 6. Orders from one level higher. 4. Chapter 2 B-GL-352-004-FP-001 Tactical Electronic Warfare. Nil. CONDITIONS: a. B-GL-333/001/FP-001 FORMATION SOP 1. The EW Sqn is sustained IAW BTS S23405041E DEPLOY AND PROVIDE INTEGRAL CSS. mission or task. TASK STANDARD: The EW Sqn establishes an EW/SIGINT capability and successfully directs assets in order to satisfy the comd’s intent. Battle procedure is conducted IAW BTS A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The EW Sqn moves IAW BTS A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY. Denied. 2.Signals SQUADRON S24701040E PROVIDE EW SP LEVEL: 4 (EW Sqn) PHASE: All References: A. The (S)EWCC is established IAW BTS S22301035E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A (S)EWCC. The baseline is deployed IAW BTS S23402037E DEPLOY AND CONTROL AN ESM BASELINE. 5. Necessary Criteria 1. Section 3. Potential hostile action. The EW Sqn is supporting a formation or unit for an operation. Given: (1) (2) c.

Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 7. 9. Local Defence is initiated IAW BTS A04604174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE where appropriate. The (S)EWOC is established IAW BTS S23401038E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A (S)EWOC. 10. Liaison is established IAW BTS S22301031E DEPLOY EWLOs. ECM Dets are deployed IAW BTS S22303036E DEPLOY AND OPERATE AN ECM DET. Functional BTS: S23401040E PROVIDE EW SUPPORT Remarks 514 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 8.

In the case of Recce. which include Common to all Infantry.Battle Task Standards CHAPTER 7 INFANTRY 1. Each of these types of Infantry can be broken down further into subsets. ‘Mechanized’ – These BTS are applicable to infantry mounted in APCs such as the LAV III. or Recce. b. ‘Light’ – These BTS are applicable to specifically designated Light Infantry Battalions and focus largely on specific types of mobility. are applicable to all infantry. There are three basic types of infantry as follows: a. Rifle. ‘Dismounted’ – Dismounted infantry skills are the core of the Infantry’s profession and as such. a complete series of BTS for the Infantry appears as follows: Army Common Dismtd (Res) Recce (Res) Light Mech Recce Essential Essential All All All Common to Inf Essential Essential All All All Dismtd Rifle Essential Essential All All All All All Essential Mech Rifle Light Rifle Recce B-GL-383-002/PS-002 515 .e. i. 3. 2. regardless of type or function. airmobile or parachute. c. As a result. these BTS apply to all Recce Platoons less the specifically Light Infantry Recce BTS identified within.

Subordinates. Chapter 6.Battle Task Standards INFANTRY—COMMON COMMON TO MULTIPLE LEVELS LEVELS TWO TO THREE I02354139E / I03454139E EXECUTE WITHDRAWAL LEVEL: 2 to 3 PHASE: Transitional References: A. B-GL-332-001/FP-001. executing their assigned mission IAW Orders and is in contact with the enemy. Orders from one level of command higher. b.06. Unit SOP. The element is tactically deployed. by Night. 516 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Insert—Infantry. 1. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). TAM 807. Nil. and out of contact. USOP 301. CONDITIONS: a. B. NB: This BTS should be trained at least four times due to the four different types of withdrawal as follows: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. in contact. C. The tactical situation is such that the higher comd has ordered the element to disengage from the OPFOR through the conduct of a withdrawal. Given: (1) (2) d. Denied. B-GL-332-008/FP-001. to include the open fire policy. Situation. by Day.02.

Necessary Criteria 1. the element reorganizes IAW BTS A02305301E / A03405301E REORGANIZE. 3. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 517 . TASK STANDARD: The element executes a coordinated withdrawal in order to disengage from the OPFOR force IAW the will of the higher comd. 2. Upon termination of the withdrawal. The element receives. The element disengages from contact with the OPFOR in a controlled and sequenced withdrawal IAW the plan. understands and promulgates the withdrawal plan IAW the Orders.Infantry 2.

The element ensures that its attack position and LD are secure. b. if applicable. IAW BTS A03404182E / A04604182E OCCUPY A HIDE/HARBOUR/ASSEMBLY AREA. Denied. TASK STANDARD: The element executes the advance IAW orders. IAW the following BTS: a. Situation. CONDITIONS: a. and Remarks 518 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .Battle Task Standards LEVELS TWO TO FOUR I02353061E / I03453061E / I04653061E EXECUTE AN ADVANCE TO CONTACT LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: Transitional Operations Reference: B-GL-309-001/FT-001 Infantry Battalion in Battle. A02304081E / A03404081E / A04604081E REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE. the element reacts IAW orders. Necessary Criteria 1. 2. then moves tactically IAW BTS A02303141E / A03403141E / A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY. The element receives orders to execute an advance to contact. Nil. Once contact is made. Once contact is made. 1. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E / A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 4. A02304080E / A03404080E / A04604080E REACT TO DIRECT FIRE. 3. The element occupies an assembly area. executes drills as necessary in ref A and ref B and reacts to the tactical situation. 2. the element maintains contact and takes action IAW orders. as necessary. Given. b. c. The element maintains sufficient combat power to conduct follow-on operations IAW the comd’s intent.

Functional BTS: I03403075E / I04603075E EXECUTE A BYPASS B-GL-383-002/PS-002 519 .Infantry Necessary Criteria c. Remarks 5. The element takes subsequent action IAW Orders. A02303078E / I0343078E / I4463078E ENGAGE TARGETS WITH INTEGRAL WEAPONS SYSTEMS.

Such actions are covered by BTS A02303141E / A03403141E / A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY. The element executes Battle Procedure IAW BTS A02301000E / 520 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks .Battle Task Standards I02353081E / I03453081E / I04653081E EXECUTE A RELIEF LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: Transitional Operations References: A. This will include one of the following IAW ref A: (1) (2) (3) A Relief in Place – a relief in which all or part of a force is replaced in a sector by an incoming force. A Forward Relief – a relief in which a force advances or attacks through another force that is in contact with the enemy. Necessary Criteria 1. An in-place Mounted or Dismounted element. 1. TASK STANDARD: The element relieves an in-place force or is relieved by another force while maintaining combat effectiveness on the position. A relieving Mounted or Dismounted element. defined as: “a movement away from the OPFOR by a force out of contact” in ref A. Section 10. Higher headquarters orders. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). Chapter 6. A Rearward Relief – a relief where a force effecting a movement to the rear passes through the sector of a unit occupying a defensive position. Situation. Given (1) (2) (3) c. CONDITIONS: a. B. Nil. NOTE Retirements. Chapter 11. The Dismounted Infantry Section is executing relief operations in the context of a larger force. Denied. B-GL-392-001/FP-001 Infantry Battalion in Battle. b. are not covered by this BTS. 2.

The element maintains operational security prior to and during execution of the relief in accordance with BTS A02304042E / A03404042E / A04604042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. 4. The element ensures that there is an exchange of essential information between elements.Infantry Necessary Criteria A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE with emphasis on the relevant liaison and coordination. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 521 . At the designated time. 2. 5. At all times. there is an effective transfer of command authority and equipment between the elements. weapon effect coverage of kill zones and STA coverage of the area of operations is maintained. 3.

Direction from higher headquarters on ISTAR activities and requirements. Functional BTS: I02302085E RECONNOITRE POINT DISMOUNTED I02302051E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN OP Remarks 522 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Necessary Criteria 1. TASK STANDARD: The element gathers the relevant information and passes it to the next higher headquarters in a timely manner. CONDITIONS: a. The element is conducting any phase of war where there is a requirement to gather information for a higher comd. CHAPTER 6. Situation. B-GL-309-001/FT-001 Infantry Battalion in Battle.Battle Task Standards LEVELS THREE TO FOUR I03402123E EXECUTE ISTAR OPERATIONS LEVEL: 3 TO 4 PHASE: ALL REFERENCE: SECTIONS 3 AND 4. 2. The element collates information received from subordinate elements and higher headquarters 3. 1. 2. An OPFOR. b. Given: (1) (2) c. The element disseminates intelligence to higher headquarters and lower elements. Denied. The element assigns collection tasks to subordinate elements through a STA plan. Nil.

The element performs a tactical move IAW orders and encounters enemy. c. g. CONDITIONS: a. e. f. Necessary Criteria Remarks 1. 2. The element pickets the contact until a contact handover can be made with another element. TASK STANDARD: The element bypasses OPFOR without being affected by OPFOR. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 523 . Nil. The higher headquarters requires rapid continuation of movement and permits bypassing. Conducts reconnaissance as required. withdraw.Infantry I03453075E / I03453075E EXECUTE A BYPASS LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: Transitional Operations Reference: NIL 1. or cause sufficient casualties to prevent the element from carrying on its mission. and Sends SITREP to higher headquarters. b. considering use of available supporting arms. Denied. Issues CONTACT report. Situation. b. Issues orders to bypass. Given: (1) (2) c. d. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Executes a tactical bypass. Requests permission to bypass. The OPFOR is fixed and cannot manoeuvre. Bypass routes are available. Develops a plan. 2. The element IAW orders: a.

NB: This BTS is intended to cover two different types of operations involving the use of helicopters IAW ref B: (1) Combat airlift . 524 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Chapter 8. Chapters 6 and 7. C. Denied.Battle Task Standards I03463113S / I04663113S EXECUTE HELIBORNE OPERATIONS LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: Unique Operations References: A. (2) c. B-GA-441-001 Tactical Level Aviation Doctrine. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide To Urban Operations. CONDITIONS: a. Given (1) (2) Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher. d. to engage in ground combat. Airmobile .These operations normally involve the use of Utility Tactical Transport Helicopters (UTTHs) and sometimes Medium Transport Helicopters (MTHs) to provide land force commanders with the ability to rapidly move combat forces. Chapter 4.An operation in which combat forces and their equipment manoeuvre about the battlefield in aircraft. B-GL-392-004/FP-001 Patrolling. b. B. Sufficient aviation assets are available. Section 4. TASK STANDARD: The element successfully plans and prepares to participate in an airmobile operation within the time specified in orders (day and/or night). The element is required to move tactically using airmobile assets to carry out an assigned task. Combat airlift operations are not conducted in direct contact with the enemy and may or may not include other members of the cbt tm. Situation. supplies equipment virtually anywhere within their area of operations. Nil 2. Infantry. normally helicopters. 1.

The element establishes the priority of loading. Element personnel and equipment are prepared for movement at the time and place specified. d. rehearsals. The element ensures the PZ is secured. The element must complete the following: a. conduct final coordination and briefings once the element and equipment marry-up with aircraft. 10. The initial chalk secures the LZ if it is not already secured by pathfinders or fire support. 7. 6. The element proceeds with its mission IAW orders. 9. 3. 2. and contingency plans for alternate action. b. The element loads the aircraft at the pick-up zone (PZ) and sufficient numbers of personnel and equipment arrive at the landing zone (LZ) in order to accomplish the mission. plan action at the objective.Infantry Necessary Criteria 1. The element organizes the load based on the allowable cargo loads as stated in higher orders. 5. c. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 525 . or an alternate site must be selected. Groupings must achieve a balance of force and concentration of fire in order to land maximum combat power. Remarks 4. The element briefs personnel on the helicopter landing formation. 8.

Given: (1) (2) c. CONDITIONS: a. The element carries out battle procedure IAW BTS A0341000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Contingency plans. b. Coordination if a relief is required. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Sequence of movement. 2. TASK STANDARD: The element moves through the OPFOR area avoiding decisive engagement and reaches the objective without the OPFOR determining the size of the friendly force. d. Denied. g. Gaps. b. routes and positions in the OPFOR area. c. f. and Methods of communication. At least one subordinate level of command. Situation.Battle Task Standards I03423124E / I03423124E EXECUTE AN INFILTRATION LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: Offensive Operations Reference: NIL 1. e. In support of a higher comd’s plan or mission. Element and weapon system integrity. Necessary Criteria 1. the element must move by stealth from its assembly area to its attack position in an OPFOR occupied area. Nil. weaknesses. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. The plan for the infiltration shoulder include the following considerations: a. 526 Remarks Primary and alternate routes.

If contact is made.Infantry Necessary Criteria 2. avoids becoming decisively engaged. 4. bad weather and broken terrain affording cover and concealment. 3. limited visibility. Action at the objective is taken IAW higher comd’s orders. Remarks Functional BTS: I03404125E / I04604125E ESTABLISH AND OCCUPY A PATROL BASE B-GL-383-002/PS-002 527 . The element avoids OPFOR contact and ignores ineffective OPFOR fire. The element breaks down into infiltrating elements at designated release points and takes advantage of gaps and weaknesses in OPFOR positions. breaks contact and continues movement to the platoon RV.

2. B-GL-392-004-FP-001 Infantry Patrolling.08. Rest and reorganize after extended movement. Chapter 7. b. Regroup as a larger fighting force (used in conjunction with RV/link-up – usually after infiltrating OPFOR territory). 528 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . B-GL-332-008/FP-001 Infantry Insert. The element is required to establish and occupy a patrol base in order to: (1) (2) (3) (4) Cease all movement to avoid detection. 2. Nil TASK STANDARD: The element establishes and occupies a patrol base IAW orders Necessary Criteria Remarks 1. The element establishes patrol base discipline and routine IAW BTS A03404042E / A04604042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. The element has established OP/LPs with a corresponding alert plan to provide appropriate early warning IAW BTS I0232051E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN OP. 1. and disseminates an effective plan to defend against the OPFOR and move to an alternate patrol base as required. 5. TAM 807. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher. B.Battle Task Standards I03404125E / I04604125E ESTABLISH AND OCCUPY A PATROL BASE LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: All References: A. Provide a base of operations from which further patrols can be launched. The element develops. Given. The element occupies the patrol base maintaining security from attack and detection 3. CONDITIONS: a. The element makes good use of terrain and known information about the OPFOR threat to select the location of the patrol base. Denied. 4. Situation.

Infantry Necessary Criteria 6. Administration (maintenance/orders) and resupply are conducted for follow on tasks as ordered IAW BTS A03405301E / A03405301E REORGANIZE. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 529 .

Moves to area close to proposed OP. 4. 1. Battle procedure is carried out IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. b. B-GL-392-004/FP-001 Patrolling. the OP has cover from view and from fire and is in a defendable position. Establishes observation. Nil. Confirms observation arcs. f. Necessary Criteria 1. c. Given. Denied. Remarks 3. TASK STANDARD: The OP is established and operated such that the arcs are visible to its’ observation assets.Battle Task Standards SECTION I02302051E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN OP LEVEL: 2 (Detachment) PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 11. The Detachment is conducting tactical operations. e. The Detachment: a. The Detachment does not reveal its position or its intent to the enemy. c. d. b. 2. 530 Offers clear observation of arcs with available sensors B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Moves in and begins to establish OP Base. The OP: a. A new mission is received requiring the Detachment to establish and operate an OP. Recces OP position. Situation. 2. Conducts recce and clears OP Base. Warning Order and Orders from one or two levels of command higher. CONDITIONS: a. Infantry.

Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 531 . f. Has a covered line of approach to and from the OP Base. Has a covered withdrawal route. The ORV and Hide are recced and selected. Has good fields of fire and is easy to defend. OP is further developed. g. c. e.Infantry Necessary Criteria and observation devices. d. b. 7. b. and OP is operated. and Is not a prominent landmark. Provides good communications. The OP is established when personnel are moved to OP position and the arcs are being observed. 6. c. d. IAW ref A: a. Remarks 5. Provides protection and concealment from air and ground observation. Physical security of the OP is established and maintained IAW BTS A02304042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. Crash RV is selected and personnel are briefed on its location.

Nil. B. 1. Functional BTS: Nil 532 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . The Patrol moves back to friendly lines and re-organizes IAW BTS A02305301E REORGANIZE. Given: (1) (2) c. 2. The Section is required to provide a Patrol to conduct a reconnaissance mission. 2. B-GL-392-004/FP-001 Patrolling. The Patrol carries out battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Denied. 6. b. 3. CONDITIONS: a. The Patrol submits a patrol report to the higher headquarters IAW ref B. Situation. The Patrol operates separately and provides its own security.Battle Task Standards I02302085E RECONNOITRE POINT DISMOUNTED LEVEL: 2 (Section) PHASE: All References: A. Chapter 5. The Patrol observes objective area and obtains sufficient information to address the PIR and intelligence requirements IAW Reference. 5. PIR and Intelligence requirements for the patrol task. The Patrol moves to the Objective RV IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY. Warning Order and Patrol Orders/Briefing from one level of command higher. USOP 704. TASK STANDARD: The Patrol completes the reconnaissance and reports all relevant information by the time specified in the orders. Necessary Criteria 1. Infantry. B-GL-332-001/FP-001 Unit SOP. The Patrol moves tactically in accordance with IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY from the Objective RV to the Release Point.20. 4.

Nil. Given.56mm C8.56mm C7/The Carbine 5. "FRATRICIDE. Coordinated with higher HQ. B-GL-385-004/PT-001 General Purpose Machine Gun C6. D. B-GL-385-009/PT-001 Short Range Anti Armour Weapon (Medium). Section 5. This BTS will likely be achieved within the context of other BTS. B-GL-385-007/PT-001 Grenades & Pyrotechnics. ASOP 412.Infantry PLATOON I0343078E ENGAGE TARGETS WITH INTEGRAL WEAPON SYSTEMS LEVEL: 3 (Dismounted Infantry Platoon) PHASE: All References: A. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness information. 1. I. b. F. Integrated with flanking elements. B-GL-385-001/PT-001 5. B. 11. c. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. B-GL-385-008/PT-001 M72. b. The platoon comd plans. H. c. Planned in depth for all ranges and integral weapons Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 533 . 2. C. Combat ID. E." Dispatches. CONDITIONS: a. coordinates and controls the fires of the Platoon’s integral weapons IAW ROE and the higher comd’s Open Fire Policy. The Dismounted Infantry Platoon is operating independently or as part of a larger force. NO. G. TASK STANDARD: The Dismounted Infantry Platoon effectively engages different types of targets in accordance with the open fire policy applying appropriate weapons effects characteristics. Chapter 2. Situation. B-GL-385-010/PT-001 ERYX. Necessary Criteria 1. 1 (MARCH 2005). The Dismounted Infantry Platoon develops and confirms a fire plan which is: a. VOL. Denied.

The Dismounted Infantry Platoon successfully achieves the engagement time and accuracy standards in accordance with references. c. The Dismounted Infantry Platoon executes the fire plan: a. or The OPFOR withdraws out of range. d. Functional BTS: A02303078E ENGAGE TARGETS WITH INTEGRAL WEAPONS SYSTEMS 534 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Remarks 2. Establishes recorded targets on likely OPFOR approaches. All available fire is synchronized to achieve the desired result. 3. or The desired target effects are achieved.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria systems. Fire and shift fire as required until: (1) (2) (3) Ordered to cease the engagement. b. Target priorities are adjusted as the battle progresses.

It collects and reports information covering the route. 2. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. dominant and key terrain. It reacts to OPFOR forces as appropriate and maintains sufficient combat power to continue the mission. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE with emphasis on the following points: a. Situation. OPFOR contact is possible or expected. The element has received orders to conduct a dismounted route reconnaissance to collect information and improve situational awareness on a designated route. CONDITIONS: a. and all other items of interest specified in orders. Likely OPFOR locations. b. Necessary Criteria 1. At least one subordinate level of command. Denied. b. TASK STANDARD: The element moves on the route. OPFOR forces within the area. Routes/axes of advance which will permit the Section to move to the Named Area of Interest (NAI) with the Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 535 . Nil. Given: (1) (2) c.Infantry DISMOUNTED INFANTRY (RECCE) COMMON TO MULTIPLE LEVELS LEVELS TWO AND THREE I12303074E / I13603047E RECONNOITRE ROUTE DISMOUNTED LEVEL: 2 to 3 PHASE: All Reference: NIL 1.

Locates minefields. Gathers intervisibility information. k. obstacles. Determines and reports traffic ability of major/assigned routes. overpasses and underpasses. e. and bypasses Locates bypasses around built-up areas. Upon arrival. h. j. The element ensures that forces are not detected by OPFOR forces. Determines cross-country traffic ability of all terrain within the area. Locates and inspect bridges. aviation and UAV assets. l. f. CAS.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria greatest speed and security. or locate a bypass. Reconnoitre all defiles along the route and clear OPFOR obstacles. e. Recces terrain to the lateral boundaries. Remarks 2. 536 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . and The coordination required to execute a passage of line IAW BTS I0233081E EXECUTE A RELIEF. culverts. identifies and reports OPFOR forces. f. 3. i. Locates and inspect suitable fording or crossing sites near all bridges Locates and inspect tunnels. the element executes the following activities. g. and Locates. d. c. Availability and range of direct and indirect fire. Identify suitable Waiting Areas /Hides for follow on troops. d. Picket and bypass policy. and NBC contaminated areas. c. IAW orders: a. b. Communications requirements.

6. Functional BTS: I13601062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 537 .Infantry Necessary Criteria 4. The element prepares a route recce report and overlay for passage to higher headquarters. The element maintains contact with advancing friendly forces throughout the operation. 5. The element accomplishes the mission within the time allocated by the comd.

The Recce Section conducts Battle Procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE with an emphasis on the detailed map reconnaissance. Chapter 2. B-GL-321-007/FP-001 LAV Company Tactics (Interim). G. F. b. TASK STANDARD: The Recce Section reconnoitres. 2. B. marks and/or secures appropriate and useful control measures for the supported comd IAW refs. The Recce Section reconnoitres the likely posns for control measures and ensures that there is sufficient space and cover for the supported comd. C. Chapter 2. B-GL-392-001/FP-001 Infantry Battalion in Battle. No delays occur to the supported comd’s plan or casualties as a result of the Patrol’s actions. Nil. CONDITIONS: a. Denied. D. B-GL-394-002/FP-001 Reconnaissance Operations. 3. B-GL-393-001/FP-001 Armoured Regiment in Battle. Situation. Necessary Criteria 1. Remarks 538 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .Battle Task Standards RECCE SECTION I12311336E SUPPORT A TASK WITH CONTROL MEASURES LEVEL: 2 (Recce Section) PHASE: All Warfighting References: A. E. Chapters 1 and 3. Chapter 6. Chapters 9 and 10. The Recce Section is supporting a manoeuvre sub-unit or unit directly to conduct a task. The Recce Section moves to the area IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Tactics (Interim). Supported Comd’s intent and concept of operations. Battle Group In Operations (Draft). Chapter 2. 2. identifies. B-GL-300-001/FP-001 Land Operations (Draft). Chapter 3. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Given: (1) (2) c. NDID TBC. 1.

If required. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 539 . the Recce Section links up with the supported comd’s elements IAW BTS T12305067E EXECUTE A LINK UP and guides them into position. 6.Infantry Necessary Criteria 4. 5. The Recce Section marks and / or secures the control measures as required. The Recce Section communicates the locations of the control measures to the supported comd and adjusts the locations of the control measures based on the supported comd’s plan.

Battle Task Standards I12302128S EXECUTE A STAY-BEHIND PATROL LEVEL: 2 (Dismounted Recce) PHASE: Defensive Operations Reference: Chapter 2. IAW orders. CONDITIONS: a. I02302051E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN OP. TASK STANDARD: The Dismounted Recce Section completes the assigned tasks received within orders within the context of a layback patrol. The Dismounted Recce Section remains undetected by OPFOR. 5. Necessary Criteria 1. The battalion is likely conducting defensive or transitional operations and is required to leave forces within OPFOR controlled battlespace to achieve specific tasks. Remarks 3. 1. Denied. The Dismounted Recce Section has received orders to conduct a layback patrol. the Dismounted Recce Section ensures the effective engagement of enemy. 540 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . b. The Dismounted Recce Section executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Nil. 2. Situation. The Dismounted Recce Section executes a rearward Relief with friendly forces IAW BTS I02303081E EXECUTE A RELIEF. 2. OPFOR. 4. At least one subordinate level of command. and I02302085E RECONNOITRE POINT DISMOUNTED. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. OPFOR contact is possible or expected. B-GL-394-002/FP-001 Reconnaissance Operations. The Dismounted Recce Section executes the following BTS as required: a. Warning Order and Patrol orders or briefing from a higher headquarters. b.

Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 541 . The Dismounted Recce Section accomplishes the mission within the time allocated by the Comd. The Dismounted Recce Section ensures the accurate passage of relevant information to the higher headquarters within directed timelines. 7.Infantry Necessary Criteria 6.

Functional BTS: Nil 542 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks .Battle Task Standards I12353067E EXECUTE A LINKUP LEVEL: 2 (Recce Section/Detachment) PHASE: Transitional Operations References: A. TAM 807. The Recce Section/Detachment will consolidate as required based on the selected course of action while executing BTS A02305301E REORGANIZE. 4. 1. The selected course of action should adhere to the TTP of the link up contained in ref. CONDITIONS: a. 5. B. Given: (1) (2) c. The OPFOR disposition (actual or simulated) should restrict friendly force freedom of movement.06. with emphasis on the relevant control measures. Situation. Denied. Chapter 6. The friendly force has been ordered to link up with the Recce Section/Detachment. Warning Orders and Orders from one level higher. The Recce Section/Detachment submits its plans for integration to higher. 2. 2. TASK STANDARD: The Recce Section/Detachment successfully links up with friendly forces within the constraints imposed by the higher comd. The Recce Section/Detachment has been ordered to link up with another friendly force in enemy-controlled territory. The Recce Section/Detachment coordinates plans with friendly elements that will come into contact within its AOR as applicable. 3. The Recce Section/Detachment links up with the other friendly force. b. B-GL-300-002/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). Necessary Criteria 1. B-GL-332-008/FP-001 Infantry Insert. The Recce Section/Detachment executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE.

OPFOR contact from air and ground forces is possible. TASK STANDARD: The Recce Section must maintain a regular flow of traffic and prevent congestion on the route without compromising security IAW orders. Given: (1) (2) c. The Recce Section IAW orders: a. Nil. Positions for vehicles. b.13-15. CONDITIONS: a. Executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The Movement Order is provided. and Recces TCP location. Alternate routes around the TCP. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 543 . Situation. and 21-24. It is likely that the move will be conducted under conditions of radio silence and darkness. the Section may be made responsible for a section of the sector and be responsible to recce the route and proposed Waiting/ Halt areas. 1. with emphasis on the following: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Routes in/out. 2. Waiting Areas. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Suitable LZ. B-GL-332-012/FP-001 Military Police Insert. The Recce Section has been tasked to establish a Traffic Control Post (TCP) as part of a movement control organization. Necessary Criteria 1. Denied. b. In addition.Infantry I12304065E ESTABLISH A TRAFFIC CONTROL POST LEVEL: 2 (Recce Section) PHASE: All Reference: TAM 811.

Recces the route within sector and identifies and marks alternate routes. detours. g. Sites Traffic Sentries at all directions from which traffic may be expected. Reports any refugees activity which may effect the move. Prevents unauthorized military and civilian traffic from interfering with scheduled movement. d. b. Identifies and logs each packet/serial/column as they pass through the TCP. Recces detours and directs traffic over them if traffic on the main route becomes blocked. l. Ensures columns/serials/packets follow the designated route and block timings. Remarks e. The Recce Section IAW orders: a.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 2. j. k. ensuring that local security of the TCP and patrol vehicles is maintained at all times. Reports on the condition of the route. Waiting and Halt areas. c. h. Helps to transmit and effect any alterations in orders to columns/serials/packets. Maintains close watch on the progress of the move and reports. f. to the Sector HQ. as ordered. i. Functional BTS: K12302054E RECONNOITRE ROUTE MOUNTED I12302074E RECONNOITRE ROUTE DISMOUNTED 544 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Establishes and maintains communications with the Sector HQ. Sites vehicles to provide security and assist in traffic control.

Situation. Denied. collate and send information up and down the chain of command. . CP is concealed and protected from any indirect fire threats and accessible by vehicles. 1. maps. TASK STANDARD: The CP facilitates the effective control of platoon operations through the maintenance of continuous voice and data communications with required internal and external elements. The site selected permits good communications with higher headquarters and subordinate elements. Necessary Criteria 1. B-GL-332-001/FP-002 Unit SOP. and the maintenance of all orders. CONDITIONS: a. 2. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. and other supporting documentation / records. A CP is required to receive.Infantry PLATOON I13601062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP LEVEL: 3 (Recce Platoon) PHASE: All Reference: USOP 202 and 203. b. ideally without need for an RRB station and CP is screened from OPFOR EW devices. Higher active command net (real or simulated). Multiple tasked subordinate elements. messages. The Recce Platoon establishes the CP following each move. Nil. taking into account all siting and security factors: a. The CP security is established and maintained IAW BTS A03404042E DEVELOP AND B-GL-383-002/PS-002 545 Remarks b.

The CP is prepared for quick deployment to insure step-up CP functions. e. Remarks d. including a remote capability when available.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria ENSURE OPSEC. meeting all operational and technical requirements. The communications configuration is established and provided for the CP complex. Functional BTS: Nil 546 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . using proper radio procedures. and CP establishes and maintains communication with the lower and higher levels of command. c.

Surveillance of OPFOR contacts throughout the security zone and which makes maximum use of available sensors. Named Areas of Interest (NAI). Given: (1) (2) c. Immediate comd’s intent and concept. The Recce Platoon develops a plan which includes: a. 1. and Target Areas of Interest (TAI). d. Necessary Criteria 1. to include the following: a. The Recce Platoon ensures that orders are understood. c.Infantry I1362058E EXECUTE SCREEN LEVEL: 3 (Recce Platoon) PHASE: All Reference: Nil. The screen identifies OPFOR locations and dispositions and the provision of the information allows the unit to react and achieve the mission. Denied. b. and B-GL-383-002/PS-002 547 . Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. TASK STANDARD: The Recce Platoon establishes a screen. Remarks 3. Nil. CONDITIONS: a. The Recce Platoon carries out battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The Recce Platoon has been tasked to screen a force to provide early warning and situational awareness. Information requirements (IR) and Priority Information Requirements (PIR). 2. 2. Situation. b. At least one subordinate level of command.

Remarks 4. 5.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria b. Functional BTS: I12302058S EXECUTE A SCREEN 548 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 6. moves to the RV. Detachments deploy to assigned areas IAW BTS A03403141E MOVE TACTICALLY and BTS I12302084E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN OP. The Recce Platoon conduct Relief through friendly forces. An indirect fire plan to destroy. impede or harass OPFOR forces as they enter and proceed through the area of responsibility. re-organizes IAW BTS A03405301E REORGANIZE and prepare for subsequent missions. The Recce Platoon ensures that the following coordination is completed IAW BTS I03453081E EXECUTE A RELIEF.

Unit Standing Operating Procedures and Tactical Aide-Memoire. wearing the IPE. 2. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 549 . CONDITIONS: a. B-GL-300-001/FP-000. C. The Recce Platoon is conducting normal duties. Additional resources. The Recce Platoon will prepare its survey team(s) to search for contamination from either radiological. TASK STANDARD: On order the Recce Platoon’s survey team(s). location of suspected area. dependent upon the type of suspected contamination to be encountered. 07 & 08 and TAM 504. B-GL-332-001/FP-001. 1. D. Necessary Criteria 1. Ensure that survey team personnel are appropriately protected i. Because of the warning the most appropriate stage of personal protection e.Infantry I13602060S EXECUTE AREA NBC SURVEY LEVEL: 3 (Recce Platoon) PHASE: All References: A. CF Operations for NBCD in Operations. terrain and weather. begin surveillance of their designated area.01.06. b. USOP 501. Situation.e. Timing for this event is dependant upon the configuration of the element (dismounted.g. Own survey equipment only. Land Operations (Draft). MOPP1 has been adopted. depth of the contaminated area. (2) c. level of contamination acceptable. mounted or mixed). Upon order personnel begin survey of assigned area. b. A warning of the use of radiological. chemical or biological agents: a. B-GG-005-004/AF-011 (Book 1 of 2). B-GG-005-004/AF-011 (Book 2 of 2). Success is achieved when the survey team reports that the area has been properly marked or is free of contamination. Denied. chemical or biological agents had been issued and the element’s monitoring devices and sentries have been activated. B. CF Operations for NBCD in Operations. the tactical situation and recording and reporting requirements. Given: (1) Orders from one level of command higher detailing characteristics of suspected or known contaminants.

c. g. d. Level of acceptable radiological contamination is not to be exceeded. e. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil 550 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Change survey teams with alternates as required (dependent upon climatic and work conditions. Element is to consolidate survey team reports and forward as required. and If necessary ensure survey team(s) receive the appropriate level of decontamination upon completion of the survey. The contaminated area should be signed accordingly. f.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria Ensure navigation waypoints and report lines are used.

OPFOR forces within area. Situation. Recce Engr parties). aviation and UAV assets. CONDITIONS: a. d. Necessary Criteria 1. Availability and range of direct and indirect fire. At least one subordinate level of command. b. The Recce Platoon has received orders to conduct a dismounted area reconnaissance to collect information and improve situational awareness on a designated area. Denied. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. e. CAS.e. The Recce Platoon moves rapidly and tactically IAW BTS B-GL-383-002/PS-002 551 . Given: (1) (2) c.Infantry I13602075E RECONNOITRE AREA DISMOUNTED LEVEL: 3 (Recce Platoon) PHASE: All Reference: Chapters 5 and 11. The Recce Platoon executes battle procedure IAW BTS A0341000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE with emphasis on the following points: a. Likely OPFOR locations. It reacts to OPFOR forces as appropriate and maintains sufficient combat power to continue the mission. Picket and bypass policy. OPFOR contact is possible or expected. Nil. and all other items of interest specified in orders. c. 2. TASK STANDARD: The Recce Platoon collects and reports information covering the dominant and key terrain. Remarks 2. b. and Communications requirements. Coordination with attached elements (i. B-GL-392-004/FP-001 Infantry Patrolling. 1.

the Recce Platoon executes the area recce IAW ref. The Recce Platoon reports to higher headquarters on results of area recce.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria A03403141E MOVE TACTICALLY. 4. Remarks Functional BTS: I12302074E RECONNOITRE ROUTE DISMOUNTED I02302085E RECONNOITRE POINT DISMOUNTED I13601062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP 552 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The Recce Platoon ensures that forces do not become decisively engaged with OPFOR forces and become unavailable to carry on with the mission. Upon arrival. 3. 5.

TASK STANDARD: The Recce Platoon maintains a regular flow of traffic and security.13-15. Defiles and likely bottlenecks.Infantry I13604066E EXECUTE TRAFFIC CONTROL LEVEL: 3 (Recce Platoon) PHASE: All Reference: TAM 811. preventing congestion on the route. e. d. Communication and surveillance requirements and B-GL-383-002/PS-002 553 Remarks . the Platoon may be made responsible for a sector and be responsible to recce the route and proposed Waiting/ Halt areas. Nil. c. b. b. The Movement Order is provided. In addition. CONDITIONS: a. and 21-24. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. B-GL-332-012/FP-001 Military Police Insert. At least one subordinate level of command. Location of possible Waiting or Halt Areas. Necessary Criteria 1. Bn HQ is provided with timely and accurate information regarding the progress of the move. The Recce Platoon has been tasked to establish Traffic Control as part of a movement control organization. 2. Denied. Situation. Condition and capacity of routes. The Recce Platoon executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE with emphasis on the following points: a. Alternate routes and detours. Civilian traffic and requirements for refugee control. f. 1. OPFOR contact from air and ground forces is possible.

Maintains close watch on the progress of the move and reports to Movement Control Headquarters. d. f. Recces the route within sector and identify/confirm alternate routes. Remarks 2. Reports on the condition of the route. g. Transmits any alterations in orders to columns/serials/packets. Ensures columns/serials/packets follow the designated route and block timings. the Sections are re-supplied and prepare for the next mission.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria resources available. Directs traffic over detours if traffic on the main route become blocked. Functional BTS: A02304064E ESTABLISH A ROADBLOCK / CHECKPOINT I12304065E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A TRAFFIC CONTROL POST I13601062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP 554 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . detours. The Recce Platoon: a. Waiting and Halt Areas. b. As last columns/serials/packets pass along the route. g. c. OPSEC requirements. Prevents unauthorized military and civilian traffic from interfering with scheduled movement. e. 3.

B-GL-392-005/FP-001 Sniping. to include the following: a. b. At least one subordinate level of command.Infantry DISMOUNTED SNIPER SECTION I22602058S EXECUTE SCREEN LEVEL: 2 (Sniper Section) PHASE: All Reference: Sections 2-5 and 8. 2. Named Areas of Interest (NAI). 3. c. The Sniper Section carries out battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. d. Denied. Information requirements (IR) and Priority Information Requirements (PIR). Immediate comd’s intent and concept. The Sniper Section ensures that orders are understood. Necessary Criteria Remarks 1. The Sniper Section has been tasked to screen a force to provide early warning and situational awareness. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. b. 1. 2. CONDITIONS: a. TASK STANDARD: The Sniper Section establishes a screen IAW orders. Develops a plan which includes: a. Surveillance of OPFOR contacts throughout the security zone and which makes maximum use of available B-GL-383-002/PS-002 555 . Situation. and Target Areas of Interest (TAI). Given: (1) (2) c. Chapter 2. Nil.

5. The Sniper Section conduct Relief through friendly forces. moves to the RV. 6. A fire plan to destroy. Functional BTS: Nil 556 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Remarks c. 4. b. re-organizes IAW BTS A02305301E REORGANIZE and prepare for subsequent missions. and Measures to destroy OPFOR forces IAW orders. impede or harass OPFOR forces as they enter and proceed through the area of responsibility.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria sensors. The Sniper Section ensures that the following coordination is completed IAW BTS I02303081E EXECUTE A RELIEF. Detachments deploy to assigned areas IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY.

Offers cover and concealment. The Sniper Team carries out battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. CONDITIONS: a. Avoids known OPFOR positions and obstacles. At least one subordinate level of command. Chapter 2. The Sniper Team must move. observe. Given: (1) (2) c. tracking traps. b. The team occupies a firing position undetected. b. c.Infantry I22603129S EXECUTE A SNIPER MISSION LEVEL: 2 (Sniper Team) PHASE: All Reference: Sections 1-6 and 8. Nil. Necessary Criteria 1. 2. Remarks 3. swamp and dense woods. selects. Situation. and destroys the target within two rounds. Denied. or built-up areas. d. 1. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 557 . Avoids natural lines of drift. and destroy a target IAW a designated mission or task. arriving at a specified time and location. The Sniper Team observes. Takes advantage of difficult terrain. e. The Sniper Team selects the movement routes that: a. select. 2. TASK STANDARD: The Sniper Team moves undetected along a specified route. B-GL-392-005/FP-001 Sniping. The Sniper Team sustains no casualties. The sniper team uses proper movement techniques and maintains operation security IAW BTS A02304042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. and Avoids footpaths.

Crew-served weapon personnel. OPFOR sniper. g. Selects the target that is critical to the mission. Maximum fields of firing and observation of the target area. d. d. and A natural or man-made obstacle. Communication personnel. f. c. if available. both military and political. Officers.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 4. The sniper team identifies the following priority targets that will limit the enemy’s fighting ability: a. Not closer than 300m to the target. Maximum concealment from OPFOR observation. e. and Critical equipment such as optical sights or radios. Estimates range from the target between 300 to 800m. e. 7. The sniper team selects and occupies a final firing position that has: a. b. The Sniper Team selects the priority targets to be engaged: a. b. and Engages the target or continue to observe. between the sniper team and the target area. Does not become a target while searching for or firing on an OPFOR target. i. d. c. h. NCMs. 6. Remarks 5. Reconnaissance teams. Covered routes into and out of the position. Forward observers. Vehicle commanders and drivers. b. The Sniper Team engages the target: 558 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . c.

Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 559 . b. Adjusts for wind. and Engages subsequent targets if undetected. Remarks 8. d. Sniper fires. f. Adjusts if necessary and engages again within five seconds. e. The Sniper Team continues with the mission or executes an extraction plan by re-organizing IAW BTS A02305301E REORGANIZE and moving back to friendly forces.Infantry Necessary Criteria a. c. Adjusts the scope on the target. Watches the swirl and the strike of the round.

Outer Cordon. 2. task tailoring should include: a. CONDITIONS: a. Necessary Criteria 1. 1. Remarks 560 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Inner Cordon. b. Given: (1) (2) c. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. The element executes battle procedure IAW A02301000E / A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE with emphasis on coordination and liaison with the civilian authorities. The element must isolate and support a search of an area. b. Denied. c. Civilian authorities for the search. 2. The element is task tailored for the operation. B-GJ-005-006/FP-090 Crowd Confrontation Operations. TASK STANDARD: The element isolates the designated area by cordoning it off and assists in the systematic search of the area. IAW ref. Nil. Headquarters. Annex B.Battle Task Standards DISMOUNTED RIFLE COMMON TO MULTIPLE LEVELS LEVELS TWO TO FOUR I42373139E / I43473139E / I44673139E EXECUTE A CORDON AND SEARCH OPERATION LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: OOTW Reference: Appendix 3. The search locates the required personnel or material or confirms the absence thereof. Situation.

Infantry Necessary Criteria d. c. b. The Cordon comd checks the cordon to ensure that it is complete. b. The element moves from the Forward RV to establish the cordon quickly and personnel adopt the ‘on guard’ position. The element reacts appropriately to contingencies. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 561 . the cordon may be thinned out so long as observation and reserves are maintained. d. Holding Parties. The Cordon stage occurs as follows: a. Search Parties. and Reserves. and Should the cordon need to be in position for a long period. Remarks 3. e. Escorts. The Search stage occurs as follows: a. Designated personnel assist the civilian authorities in the execution of the search by providing protection and preventing escape. The element moves to the Forward RV and surprise is maintained during that move. 4. g. c. f. and Vehicles and personnel are searched IAW techniques described in ref.

Necessary Criteria 1. OPFOR forces comparable to the element conducting the ambush. 562 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . 4. B-GL-332-008/FP-001 Infantry Insert. 2. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. B-GL-392-004-FP-001 Infantry Patrolling.Battle Task Standards I42323086E / I43423086E / I44623086E EXECUTE AN AMBUSH LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. Chapter 4. Sufficient time and space to complete entire battle procedure. 2. B. 1. A new mission is received requiring the element to conduct an ambush on an OPFOR objective or the element seizes the opportunity to conduct an immediate ambush. Sufficient combat power available to the element. assault and support forces as required.07. B-GL-392-008-FP-001 Ambush and Counter Ambush. CONDITIONS: a. The element maintains a balanced force including security. 3. Chapter 1. Denied. C. TASK STANDARD: The element successfully conducts an ambush and destroys or disrupts the target IAW the orders. b. Situation. Nil. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. The element employs effective fire control measures IAW BTS A02303078E / I03403078E ENGAGE TARGETS WITH INTEGRAL WEAPONS SYSTEMS. The element gathers sufficient information about the OPFOR and occupies a suitable location based on size of the OPFOR and terrain to conduct the ambush. TAM 807. The element achieves surprise and concentration of force ensuring security is maintained throughout the operation IAW BTS A02304042E / A03404042E / A04604042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC.

PW teams and dissemination of information as required IAW BTS I42304095E / I43404095E / I44604095E CONSOLIDATE. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 563 . The element withdraws from the ambush IAW BTS I02354139E EXECUTE A WITHDRAWAL. The element performs a hasty consolidation to include search teams. 6.Infantry Necessary Criteria 5.

4. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. B-GL-361-008/FP-003 Demolitions Part 2 – Volume 8. 1. creating a minimum width of 4. Chapter 5. At Section level. Section 3. within the time allotted and by the most efficient means that resources allow. Situation. All Arms. The nature of the terrain and protective obstacles requires that a dismounted assault be executed. At Platoon and Company level. Chapter 6. Orders from one level of command higher. while providing its own security where applicable. The Dismounted Infantry Platoon is advancing in restricted terrain and is called to execute a point obstacle breach.5 metre wide lane.5m. the element establishes a firebase IAW BTS I42323092E / I43423092E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIRE BASE to provide for the security of the breaching Section. Engineer task specific equipment. CONDITIONS: a. Necessary Criteria 3. OBSREP. Section 5.Battle Task Standards I42323088E / I43423088E / I44623088E EXECUTE A POINT OBSTACLE BREACH LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E / A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE and informs the next higher comd of the time estimated to execute the breach. Part 1. b. 2. B-GL-309-003/FP-001 Infantry Section and Platoon in Battle. B-GL-361-009/FP-001 Mines and Booby Traps. breaches a minimum 4. A Section reduces the obstacles. Engineers and Assault Pioneers. Chapter 5. Denied. TASK STANDARD: The element. Section 5. Concurrent activity is maximized and the momentum of the breaching operation is maintained throughout. Remarks 564 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . C. 5. B. Bypass is not possible. security is provided by another element.

Infantry Necessary Criteria 6. The element provides SITREPs to the next level of command. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 565 .

Orders from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness information. The element receives. d. and occupies the fire base position based on the following tactical considerations: a. Given. Remarks 2. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. b. Denied. c. a position that allows the element to engage the OPFOR with effective fires. Nil. and B-GL-383-002/PS-002 566 . or be part of a fire base for an attack. b. 7. Chapter 5. Section 6. It places effective direct fire and (if applicable) indirect fire on the OPFOR element. analyzes and acknowledges the orders from next higher level HQ: a. The element conducts tactical movement to the fire base position IAW BTS A02303141E / A03403141E / A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY. Section 3. and coordinates with supporting elements as required. TASK STANDARD: The Dismounted Infantry Section conducts tactical movement to and occupies the fire position. 8. Chapter 4. identifies covered and concealed routes to fire base position (if not specified in the Order). Necessary Criteria 1. B. B-GL-392-002/FP-001 Infantry Section and Platoon in Battle.Battle Task Standards I42323092E / I43423092E / I43423092E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIRE BASE LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. The element is conducting offensive operations and receives orders to establish and operate. confirms comd's direct fire and (if applicable) indirect fire plan. CONDITIONS: a. determines location of the OPFOR element. Situation. c.

IAW the following BTS: a. The element operates the fire base IAW orders. Remarks 3. 5. and the assigned fire plan. and reorganizes IAW A02305301E / A03405301E / A04605301E REORGANIZE. b. refs. as necessary. and reacts to the tactical situation. The element engages targets IAW A02303078E / I03403078E ENGAGE TARGETS WITH INTEGRAL WEAPONS SYSTEMS.Infantry Necessary Criteria b. and A02304180E / A03404180E / A04604180E REACT TO DIRECT FIRE. The element submits to the next higher HQ an Ammo-Cas Report. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 567 . A02304181E / A03404181E / A04604181E REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE. a position that is located on terrain affording cover and concealment. 4.

Necessary Criteria 1.Battle Task Standards I42303372E / I43403372E / I44603372E EXECUTE A BUILDING CLEARANCE LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: Section 5. The element floods the room and neutralizes the threat if any. The element. The element will push follow-on forces through the entry and continue the clearance IAW paras 3 to 7 until ordered to hold. Additional resources. Casualties. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 TACTICAL GUIDE TO URBAN OPERATIONS 1. b. will be evacuated IAW BTS A02305302E / A03405302E / A04605302E TREAT AND EVACUATE CASUALTIES. 4. The element will conduct a cursory search of enemy and noncombatants. The element approaches the building IAW BTS A02303141E / A03403141E / A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY. using a diversionary device. 5. initiates entry into the room IAW BTS I42303369E BREACH A STRUCTURE and ref. if any. must clear a building or structure. or they reach the designated limit of exploitation. 568 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . Denied. searches danger areas. 2. 2. The element confirms an entry point and forms a stack IAW ref. 3. Chapter 5. 8. 6. Structure. TASK STANDARD: The element will clear the building or structure without taking unnecessary casualties or delay. Given: (1) (2) c. CONDITIONS a. The element. and creates sufficient manoeuvre room for follow-on forces. 7. The element controls any people in the room. in the course of urban operations. Situation. and OPFOR.

The element will consolidate IAW BTS I42304095E / I43404095E / I44604095E CONSOLIDATE and send an accurate SITREP. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 569 . 10.Infantry Necessary Criteria 9. Follow-on actions occur as directed by the higher comd.

The element is tactically deployed and has completed a task that requires the element to consolidate.Battle Task Standards I42304095E / I43404095E / I44604095E CONSOLIDATE LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: NIL 1. The element coordinates with flanking elements as required and ensures that the defensive position is mutually supporting. Situation. Orders from one level of command higher. The element reorganizes IAW A02305301E / A03405301E / A04605301E REORGANIZE. TASK STANDARD: Consolidation takes place to the extent that the element is positioned to repel an attack or conduct follow on operations. disseminates and executes an effective plan to defend against possible OPFOR IAW the higher comd’s plan. Nil. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil 570 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Necessary Criteria 1. 2. Given. 2. The element develops. 3. b. c. CONDITIONS: a. Denied.

1. Given. The element prepares to execute the delay IAW ref A and ref B. ref A and ref B. as necessary. b. TAM 104. B. IAW the following BTS: a. 2). CONDITIONS: a. prepares/marks routes and subsequent positions. IAW BTS A03404182E / A04604182E OCCUPY A HIDE / HARBOUR / ASSEMBLY AREA. B-GL-309-003/FT-001 Infantry Section and Platoon in Battle. TASK STANDARD: The element successfully delays the OPFOR IAW orders. Necessary Criteria 1. the element reacts to the tactical situation. 3. Denied. 2. and ref A. b. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. B-GL-332-002/FP-001 Tactical Aide Memoire (Vol. Chapter 9. 2. if applicable. c. Situation. A03404081E / A04604081E REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE. Remarks 4. and conducts reconnaissance and rehersals. and specifically: a. The element occupies an assembly area. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness.Infantry LEVELS THREE TO FOUR I43443080E / I44643080E EXECUTE A DELAY LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: Delaying Operations References: A. Nil. maintaining contact with the OPFOR without becoming decisively engaged. The element executes the delay IAW orders. The element receives orders to execute a delay. Once contact is made. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 571 .

Functional BTS: Nil 572 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . A03404080E / A04604080E REACT TO DIRECT FIRE. and I0343078E ENGAGE TARGETS WITH INTEGRAL WEAPONS SYSTEMS.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria b. The delaying action continues until the element is ordered to break clean and prepare for subsequent tasks. Remarks 5. c.

B-GL-332-008/FP-001 Infantry Insert.08. IAW BTS I43423093E / I44623093E EXECUTE AN ATTACK. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher. The element receives orders to conduct a raid. Chapter 6. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). 4. Chapter 3.Infantry I43423126E / I43423126E EXECUTE A RAID LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. Nil. The element organizes security. A firebase is established IAW BTS I42323092E / I42323092E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE. B-GL-392-004-FP-001 Infantry Patrolling. 2. assault and support elements as required. TASK STANDARD: The element captures. It prepares to conduct an assault by changing magazines. C. Sufficient combat power to execute the task. 2. The element executes Battle Procedure IAW BTS A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. destroys or forces the withdrawal of the OPFOR on the objective IAW the immediate superior’s orders and remains combat effective. 1. B. the assault element moves to and forms up in the Attack Position. The element gathers sufficient information about the enemy. Sufficient time and space to complete the battle procedure. CONDITIONS: a. fixing bayonets Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 573 . Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. Section 3. Situation. 5. 3. Necessary Criteria 1. The element executes the operation IAW the plan to attack the enemy. OPFOR. b. TAM 807. Denied.

8. The element maintains depth and a reserve as required during the attack on the enemy. IAW BTS I43423093E / I44623093E EXECUTE AN ATTACK. 6. 9.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria and preparing grenades. This includes search teams. PW teams and dissemination of information. 7. The assault element creates shock action using fire and manoeuvre as required during the attack on the enemy. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 574 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The element consolidates IAW BTS I43404095E / I44604095E CONSOLIDATE. The element withdraws IAW BTS I03454139E / A04654139E EXECUTE A WITHDRAWAL.

Sections 2-3 and 5-6. TASK STANDARD: The element successfully defends a battle position. 1. The element develops. The OPFOR can be reinforced with up to company size elements. The element executes Battle Procedure IAW BTS A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. B-GL-309-003/FP-001 Infantry Section and Platoon in Battle. This can include defending a built up area. indirect fire and close air support. Chapter 6. Situation. The element occupies the position and completes all preparations directed by the higher element comd no later than the time specified in orders. Denied. OPFOR reconnaissance elements can be expected to gain information on the element’s activities.Infantry I43433134E / I44633134E EXECUTE A DEFENCE LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: Defensive Operations References: A. Necessary Criteria 1. Sufficient combat power to execute the defence. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. CONDITIONS: a. The element is defending battle positions as part of a larger force area defence. or is assigned a separate sector in a mobile defence. b. The OPFOR is expected to attack mounted or dismounted with forces up to battalion strength supported by attack helicopters. but not until at least 18 hours after receipt of the BG orders. Chapter 7. OPFOR. Built up area for training (as appropriate). Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher. 2. disseminates and executes an effective plan to Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 575 . 3. sector or built up area. Nil 2. B. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations.

The element makes good use of terrain. The sections and support weapons trenches are mutually supporting. 7. 6. The element coordinates with flanking elements.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria defend against the enemy. 5. Remarks Functional BTS: A0234174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE I0234135E CONSTRUCT WIRE OBSTACLES I0232051E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN OP 576 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The element has established a defensive position incorporating depth and utilizes a concentration of firepower into the killing zone. 4.

OPFOR.Infantry I43433130E / I44633130E EXECUTE A GUARD LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: Defensive Operations References: Nil 1. Information requirements (IR) and Priority Information Requirements (PIR). 2. b. The element has been tasked to provide a guard to provide early warning. Named Areas of Interest (NAI). TASK STANDARD: The element protects the main body from surprise OPFOR contact and engagement while achieving the comd’s specified intent for the guard. to include the following: a. The element ensures that orders are understood. Denied. Remarks 3. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Necessary Criteria 1. Situation. situational awareness and security. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 577 . b. Surveillance of OPFOR contacts throughout the security zone and which makes maximum use of available sensors. The element develops a plan which includes: a. Target Areas of Interest (TAI). d. At least one subordinate level of command. CONDITIONS: a. Nil. The element carries out battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Immediate comd’s intent and concept. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. c. 2.

The element achieves the effect desired by their Comd. Measures to destroy OPFOR forces IAW orders. c. The element engages targets IAW the fire plan and BTS I03403078E ENGAGE TARGETS WITH INTEGRAL WEAPONS SYSTEMS 6. re-organizes IAW BTS A03405301E / A04605301E REORGANIZE. Functional BTS: Nil 578 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . impede or harass OPFOR forces as they enter and proceed through the area of responsibility. The element ensures that coordination is completed if a Relief is required. 8. 5. A fire plan to destroy. Remarks 4.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria b. The element moves to the RV. 7. The element deploys to assigned areas IAW BTS A03403141E / A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY.

C. The OPFOR location may or may not be known. and the OPFOR may or may not have engaged the friendly force. TASK STANDARD: The Dismounted Infantry Section captures. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 579 . Chapter 11.Infantry SECTION I42323093E EXECUTE AN ATTACK LEVEL: 2 (Dismounted Infantry Section) PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. 2. Chapter 4. Chapter 5. 2). The Dismounted Infantry Section is conducting tactical operations and encounters an OPFOR location. destroys or forces the withdrawal of the OPFOR IAW the immediate superior’s orders and remains combat effective. fixing bayonets and preparing grenades. b. Denied. The Dismounted Infantry Section employs fire and manoeuvre and/or clears rooms IAW refs B and C to win the firefight and begin the approach to the OPFOR position. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. and Section 2. 2. The Dismounted Infantry Section reacts to OPFOR fire IAW Section Battle Drill Two. Nil. Sufficient combat power to execute the attack. B. CONDITIONS: a. 3.07. Necessary Criteria 1. B-GL-332-001/FP-001 Tactical Aide Memoire (Vol. B-GL-309-003/FT-001 Infantry Platoon and Section in Battle. 1. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher. 4. Section 2. Situation. Section 6. The Dismounted Infantry Section prepares to conduct an assault by changing magazines. The Dismounted Infantry Section locates the OPFOR IAW Section Battle Drill Three. TAM 807. Given: (1) (2) c.

Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 580 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Using fire and movement. 6. The Dismounted Infantry Section consolidates IAW BTS I42304095E CONSOLIDATE. the Dismounted Infantry Section assaults the OPFOR position.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 5.

Infantry I42323131E EXECUTE A WOODS CLEARING LEVEL: 2 (Dismounted Infantry Section) PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher. B-GL-392-002/FP-001 Infantry Section and Platoon in Battle. B. Nil. 2. The Dismounted Infantry Section moves to the location IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY.07. Necessary Criteria 1. The Dismounted Infantry Section is tasked with the clearing of a small copse or section of Woods. Chapter 12. 3. TASK STANDARD: The Dismounted Infantry Section clears the woods of OPFOR and remains combat effective. The Dismounted Infantry Section executes Battle Procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 581 . 2. b. TAM 807. CONDITIONS: a. The Dismounted Infantry Section clears the woods IAW refs A and B. 4. A cut-off force is provided. The Dismounted Infantry Section consolidates IAW BTS I42304095E CONSOLIDATE. Denied. B-GL-332-008/FP-001 TAM Infantry Insert. Given: (1) (2) c. Section 3. Situation. 1.

B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. TASK STANDARD: The dismounted rifle section will breach the structure. The dismounted rifle section. Necessary Criteria 1. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 582 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . b. mechanical or explosive) most suitable for the desired effect and tactical situation. The dismounted rifle section breaches the structure using the means (manual. Breaching charges for explosive breaching. Chapter 3.Battle Task Standards I42303369E BREACH A STRUCTURE LEVEL: 2 (Dismounted Rifle Section) PHASE: All Reference: Section 7. Situation. 3. Additional resources. Mechanical breaching tools. Structure(s) with various types of walls. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. without taking unnecessary casualties. 2. CONDITIONS: a. 1. The dismounted rifle section selects a suitable location to breach the structure. must force entry into a compound and/or building. in the course of urban operations. 2. the dismounted rifle section continues with its task. windows and doors. applying the proportionate degree of force and minimizing collateral damage. Denied. Once a breach has been opened.

Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 583 . b. must gather detailed information on the nature and location of underground facilities. 4. TASK STANDARD: The dismounted rifle section will reconnoitre the subterranean structure to develop the higher comd’s Brown and Red SA. Structure(s) with subterranean tunnels. 5. Additional resources. The dismounted rifle section. 2. including sketches of the structure. in the course of urban operations. 4. The dismounted rifle section submits a patrol report. Given: (1) (2) c. Denied. The dismounted rifle section prepares the patrol IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Necessary Criteria 1. Chapter 3. The dismounted rifle section enters the subterranean structure IAW ref. to the higher headquarters. The dismounted rifle section moves through the subterranean structure. conducting obstacle drills as necessary IAW ref. 3. Situation. Additional light sources and/or night vision aids. chambers and/or rooms. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. CONDITIONS: a.Infantry I42303370E EXECUTE A SUBTERRANEAN RECONNAISSANCE LEVEL: 2 (Dismounted Rifle Section) PHASE: All Reference: Section 8.

Given: (1) (2) c. conducting clearance drills IAW ref B and marking the route as necessary for follow-on forces. Section 5. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 584 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Additional light sources and/or night vision aids. 2. TASK STANDARD: The dismounted rifle section will clear the subterranean structure without taking unnecessary casualties or delay. Section 8. CONDITIONS: a. B. The dismounted rifle section clears through the subterranean structure. chambers and/or rooms. Structure(s) with subterranean tunnels. Necessary Criteria 1. b. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. The dismounted rifle section enters the subterranean structure IAW ref A. The dismounted rifle section. Situation. Chapter 5.Battle Task Standards I42303371E EXECUTE A SUBTERRANEAN CLEARANCE LEVEL: 2 (Dismounted Rifle Section) PHASE: All References: A. Security is maintained throughout the task through the use of sentries. must clear a cave or other underground structure. in the course of urban operations. 2. Chapter 3. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. Additional resources. Denied. 3. 1.

b. Situation. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. The Section receives orders to construct a wire obstacle. 3. The wire obstacle is constructed to the appropriate technical standards outlined in refs and IAW orders. CONDITIONS: a. Nil. Necessary Criteria 1. The Section sends SITREPs to its higher headquarters on its progress. size and construction completion time of the wire obstacle. Orders include the location. 2.Infantry I42334135E CONSTRUCT WIRE OBSTACLES LEVEL: 2 (Dismounted Infantry Section) PHASE: Defensive Operations Reference: Annex B. The necessary defensive stores (Class IV) are available. type. Denied. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 585 . 1. B-GL-392-002/FP-001 Infantry Section and Platoon in Battle. 2. Local protection is provided by the supported unit. The Dismounted Infantry Section executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Chapter 7. TASK STANDARD: The obstacle is completed to the required size and technical standard within the time allocated and IAW orders.

1. 2. Section 3.07 B-GL-332-002/FP-001 Tactical Aide Memoire (Vol. Sufficient combat power to execute the attack. The Dismounted Infantry Platoon reacts to OPFOR fire IAW Section Battle Drill Two. Given: (1) (2) c. B-GL-309-003/FT-001 Infantry Platoon and Section in Battle. Section 6. The Dismounted Infantry Platoon employs fire and manoeuvre and/or clears rooms IAW refs B and C to win the firefight and begin the approach to the OPFOR position. destroys or forces the withdrawal of the OPFOR IAW the immediate superior’s orders and remains combat effective. b. The Dismounted Infantry Platoon locates the OPFOR IAW Section Battle Drill Three. 2. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher. Nil. B. and the OPFOR may or may not have engaged the friendly force. Chapter 4. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. and Section 2. Denied. 3. Remarks 586 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Situation.Battle Task Standards PLATOON I43423093E EXECUTE AN ATTACK LEVEL: 3 (Dismounted Infantry Platoon) PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. The Dismounted Infantry Platoon prepares to conduct an assault by changing magazines. TASK STANDARD: The Dismounted Infantry Platoon captures. The OPFOR location may or may not be known. 4. The Dismounted Infantry Platoon is conducting tactical operations and encounters an OPFOR location. Chapter 11. TAM 807. CONDITIONS: a. Necessary Criteria 1. C. Chapter 5. 2). fixing bayonets and preparing grenades.

6. The Dismounted Infantry Platoon consolidates IAW BTS I43404095E CONSOLIDATE. the Dismounted Infantry Platoon assaults the OPFOR position. Remarks Functional BTS: I42323093E EXECUTE AN ATTACK I42323092E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE I43423132E CLEAR A TRENCH SYSTEM I43423133E CLEAR A BUNKER B-GL-383-002/PS-002 587 . Using fire and movement.Infantry Necessary Criteria 5.

2.07. The Dismounted Infantry Platoon executes Battle Procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 3. Necessary Criteria 1. Functional BTS: I42323131E EXECUTE A WOODS CLEARING Remarks 588 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The Dismounted Infantry Platoon is organized into an assault element. The Dismounted Infantry Platoon moves to the location IAW BTS A03403141E MOVE TACTICALLY. Section 3. b. TASK STANDARD: The Dismounted Infantry Platoon clears the woods of OPFOR and remains combat effective. CONDITIONS: a. The cut-off group engages targets fleeing the woods IAW I03403078E ENGAGE TARGETS WITH INTEGRAL WEAPONS SYSTEMS SYSTEMS 6. Situation. Denied. 2. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher. Given. The Dismounted Infantry Platoon consolidates IAW BTS I43404095E CONSOLIDATE. a cut-off element and a reserve. 5. TAM 807. B-GL-332-008/FP-001 Insert Infantry. 1.Battle Task Standards I43423131E EXECUTE A WOODS CLEARING LEVEL: 3 (Dismounted Infantry Platoon) PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. 4. B. The Dismounted Infantry Platoon is tasked with the clearing of a small copse or section of Woods. The assault element clears the woods IAW refs A and B. Nil. c. B-GL-392-002/FP-001 Infantry Section and Platoon in Battle. Chapter 12.

An entry point and direction of clearance are identified. c. Given. The remainder of the assault Section moves to one of the secured corners or intersections to relieve the riflemen. CONDITIONS: a. Immediately. the Platoon must clear a trench system. B-GL-309-003/FP-001 Infantry Section and Platoon in Battle. Nil. TASK STANDARD: The Dismounted Infantry Platoon clears the trench system without becoming combat ineffective. They fire their weapons down the trench system in opposite directions. 2. Necessary Criteria 1. The entry point is marked. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness information. The Dismounted Infantry Platoon is organized into an assault element and a firebase. 2. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 589 Remarks . b. Situation. The assault Section breaks in using fire and movement as if assaulting a single trench. 1. The Dismounted Infantry Platoon follows the success of the seizure by moving a Section from the firebase down through the entry point. the two personnel enter the trench system. Denied. 4. 6. they clear in opposite directions until reaching the first corner or intersection. After ensuring that the grenade used to assault the trench detonates. During the Assault phase of an attack. 3. Chapter 5. The assault Section employs concealment as well as fire and maneuver to break in at the entry point.Infantry I43423132E CLEAR A TRENCH SYSTEM LEVEL: 3 (Dismounted Infantry Platoon) PHASE: Offensive Operations Reference: Section 4. 7. The firebase is established and engages targets IAW BTS I42323092E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIRE BASE in order to suppress the trench and isolate the entry point. 5. Each soldier halts and takes up a position to block any OPFOR movement toward the entry point.

8. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 590 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 9. replenished and reorganized as required IAW BTS A02305301E REORGANIZE.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria That Section will begin clearing as directed. The Company Headquarters will be kept situationally aware through a series of SITREPs. Sections will be rotated through the lead.

b. The Section is ordered to secure and clear a portion of the bunker complex. 2. Given. The firebase is repositioned to ensure the isolation of the designated bunker and suppresses the enemy. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 591 . The Dismounted Infantry Platoon follows the success of the attack against the bunker by attacking other bunkers as directed. One Section is designated to employ Anti Armour Weapons against the first bunker to be assaulted. c. CONDITIONS: a. (The soldier who posts the grenade should not be the first one to clear the bunker). 4. to destroy the enemy. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness information. weapons. Where possible. Situation. and a vulnerable flank of at least one bunker. smoke is employed to obscure the OPFOR position. The lead Section establishes a fire base IAW I42303092E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE. 3. The assault section assaults the bunker.Infantry I43423133E CLEAR A BUNKER LEVEL: 3 (Dismounted Infantry Platoon) PHASE: Offensive Operations Reference: Section 4. the Dismounted Infantry Platoon locates and identifies OPFOR positions. the soldier covering the exit enters the bunker. 2. The cleared bunker is marked. Necessary Criteria 1. Denied. 6. the Dismounted Infantry Platoon identifies the OPFOR in a bunker complex. Nil. the Dismounted Infantry Platoon reacts IAW BTS A03404180E REACT TO DIRECT FIRE. TASK STANDARD: The Dismounted Infantry Platoon clears the bunker without becoming combat ineffective. Chapter 5. firing short bursts. strengths. After the grenade detonates. obstacles. If engaged. While moving as a part of a larger force. 1. 5. If not engaged. B-GL-309-003/FP-001 Infantry Section and Platoon in Battle.

Momentum is maintained on the attack through the movement of Sections from the firebase to the Assault. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 592 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 7. The Company Headquarters will be kept situationally aware through a series of SITREPs. replenished and reorganized as required IAW BTS A03405301E REORGANIZE. 8. Sections will be rotated through the lead.

c. Higher active command net (real or simulated). The CP security is established and maintained IAW BTS A04604042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. The site selected permits good communications with higher headquarters and subordinate elements.Infantry COMPANY I44601062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP LEVEL: 4 (Dismounted Infantry Company) PHASE: All Reference: USOP 202. The Dismounted Infantry Company establishes and operates a CP. ideally without need for an RRB station and CP is screened from OPFOR EW devices. Nil. collate and send information up and down the chain of command. B-GL-332-001/FP-002 Unit SOP. Situation. The communications configuration is established and provided for the CP. and the maintenance of all orders. b. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Denied. Multiple tasked subordinate elements. and other supporting documentation / records. meeting all operational and technical B-GL-383-002/PS-002 593 Remarks b. messages. Necessary Criteria 1. 1. 2. CONDITIONS: a. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. TASK STANDARD: The CP facilitates the effective control of subunit operations through the maintenance of continuous voice and data communications with required internal and external elements. taking into account all siting and security factors: a. . maps. A CP is required to receive.

Remarks Functional BTS: Nil 594 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The CP assists in the maintenance of situational awareness IAW BTS A04601004E MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS by mean of communications with lower and higher command level. including a remote capability when available. d. using proper radio procedures. e.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria requirements. CP establishes and maintains communication.

Both forces may be moving towards one another. It will normally state the location where the link-up will take place. or one may be stationary or encircled. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Given: (1) (2) c. Another element with which to perform linkup. Section 6. B. B-GL-300-001/FP-001 Land Operations (Draft). 2. The mission to carry out a link-up operation should always be given in the context of a subsequent mission for the forces involved. b. The Dismounted Infantry Company executes Battle Procedure IAW BTS A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE in order to establish a linkup as soon as possible. 3. The Dismounted Infantry Company maintains momentum throughout the operation ensuring the integrity of the forces. Chapter 6. Chapter 5. Functional BTS: I44601062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 595 . Infantry Section and Platoon in Battle. 2. 1. The Dismounted Infantry Company sufficiently employs control measures and coordination to avoid fratricide. Additional Resources.Infantry I44653067E EXECUTE A LINK-UP LEVEL: 4 (Dismounted Infantry Company) PHASE: Transitional Operations References: A. Necessary Criteria 1. Situation. 4. The Dismounted Infantry Company provides protection and deception as required. CONDITIONS: a. Denied. TASK STANDARD: The Dismounted Infantry Company links up with the other element at the designated time and location.

the Dismounted Infantry Company assaults the OPFOR position. 2). 3. Given: (1) (2) c. Nil. C. Necessary Criteria 1. b. TAM 807. The firebase is established IAW BTS I43423092E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE. The OPFOR location may or may not be known. The Dismounted Infantry Company consolidates IAW BTS I44604095E CONSOLIDATE.07 B-GL-332-002/FP-001 Tactical Aide Memoire (Vol. B. Chapter 4. 2. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher. destroys or forces the withdrawal of the OPFOR IAW the immediate superior’s orders and remains combat effective. Section 7. 4. and the OPFOR may or may not have engaged the friendly force. The Dismounted Infantry Company is conducting tactical operations and encounters an OPFOR location. 1. 5. The Dismounted Infantry Company reacts to OPFOR fire. Remarks 596 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Sufficient combat power to execute the attack. The Dismounted Infantry Company organizes an assault element and a firebase. The assault element moves to and forms up in the Attack Position. Denied. CONDITIONS: a. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. fixing bayonets and preparing grenades. Chapter 9. TASK STANDARD: The Dismounted Infantry Company captures. Situation. Using fire and movement or by clearing building IAW refs B and C. B-GL-309-001/FT-001 Infantry Battalion in Battle.Battle Task Standards I44623093E EXECUTE AN ATTACK LEVEL: 4 (Dismounted Infantry Company) PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. 2. It prepares to conduct an assault by changing magazines.

Infantry Functional BTS: I43423092E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE I44601062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP I43423093E EXECUTE AN ATTACK B-GL-383-002/PS-002 597 .

3. The Dismounted Infantry Company is tasked with the clearing of a small copse or section of Woods. 4.Battle Task Standards I44623131E EXECUTE A WOODS CLEARING LEVEL: 4 (Dismounted Infantry Company) PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. Denied. The Dismounted Infantry Company clears the woods IAW refs A and B. c. 2. 1. The Dismounted Infantry Company executes Battle Procedure IAW BTS A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. TASK STANDARD: The Dismounted Infantry Company clears the woods of OPFOR and remains combat effective. Necessary Criteria 1. B-GL-392-002/FP-001 Infantry Section and Platoon in Battle. TAM 807. CONDITIONS: a. The Dismounted Infantry Company moves to the location IAW BTS A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY. B. 2. Situation. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher. b. B-GL-332-008/FP-001 Insert Infantry. Functional BTS: I44601062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP I43423131E EXECUTE A WOODS CLEARING Remarks 598 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .07. Given. The Dismounted Infantry Company consolidates IAW BTS I44604095E CONSOLIDATE. Chapter 12. Section 3. Nil.

Necessary Criteria 1. 3. 2. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher. TASK STANDARD: The Dismounted Infantry Company moves its personnel and primary weapon systems out from the encirclement by force. The Dismounted Infantry Company provides its own protection and deception as required.Infantry I4463136S EXECUTE A BREAKOUT LEVEL: 4 (Dismounted Infantry Company) PHASE: Unique Operations REFERENCES: Nil 1. CONDITIONS: a. b. if necessary. Situation. Given: (1) (2) c. Nil. or deliberately as part of a defensive plan. executes an assault to create and maintain an opening in the encirclement. 2. 4. Denied. The Dismounted Infantry Company initiates the breakout as soon as possible or as ordered. The Company moves tactically IAW BTS A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY and completes a linkup with friendly forces. The Dismounted Infantry Company maintains momentum throughout the operation ensuring the integrity of the forces. Sufficient OPFOR to encircle the element. 5. The Dismounted Infantry Company. either unintentionally. Functional BTS: I44601062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 599 . The Dismounted Infantry Company becomes encircled.

600 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks Pathfinders should deploy well ahead . Suitable airhead and A/C for the operation. b. 1. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher. CONDITIONS: a. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. The element conducts necessary battle procedure for a para insertion IAW BTS A0341000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE.Battle Task Standards LIGHT INFANTRY COMMON NB: Parachute-related BTS apply to only those parachute-tasked units. Necessary Criteria 1. Denied. This task is conducted in conjunction with establishing a drop zone and to support airborne operations. Communications with DZ party. Suitable Drop Zone. Nil 2. COMMON TO MULTIPLE LEVELS LEVELS THREE TO FOUR J03463114S / J04663114S EXECUTE A PARA INSERTION LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: Unique Operations Reference: B-GL-310-001/FT-001 Airborne Operations. TASK STANDARD: The element executes a parachute insertion in support of Airborne Operations. Situation. The element is required to execute a parachute insertion a by day or by night in suitable parachute conditions in a permissive environment.

The element occupies and secures the drop zone RV maintaining security from attack and detection. 8. The element coordinates control measures with other friendly forces (NFL. 5. The parachutes will be cached IAW the Airborne Annex and recovered administratively. Remarks of the main force (ideally 24 hrs) in order to establish the DZ before the main force deploys. The element is prepared to treat and evacuate casualties from the DZ. 7. 3.Infantry Necessary Criteria 2. Functional BTS: J12363137S ESTABLISH A DROP ZONE B-GL-383-002/PS-002 601 . Medical coverage and parachute recovery are required as training support however are not involved in the tactical application of the BTS. The element makes good use of terrain and known information about the OPFOR threat to select the location of the Drop Zone RVs and routes to the objective area. and disseminates an effective plan to defend against the OPFOR and move to an alternate location as required. RFL). The element develops. 6. The element has established communications and then link up with the DZ party. The element carries out DZ and RV Assembly Drills IAW orders. 4.

b. Suitable Drop Zone. This task is conducted to support airborne operations. 602 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Suitable A/C for the operation. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher. Ground to Air Communications. The element is required to establish a drop zone by day or by night in suitable parachute conditions in a permissive environment. TASK STANDARD: The element establishes a drop zone in support of Airborne Operations. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. Chapter 3. Denied. B-GL-310-001/FT-001 Airborne Operations. Nil 2. 1.Battle Task Standards LIGHT INFANTRY (RECCE) COMMON TO MULTIPLE LEVELS LEVELS TWO AND THREE J12363137S / J13463137S ESTABLISH A DROP ZONE LEVEL: 2 (Recce Section) PHASE: Unique Operations Reference: Section 6. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c.

The element carries on to follow on tasks. The element is prepared to assist the main force to treat and evacuate of the BTS. 8. tactical application 7. required as training 6. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 603 . deploy well ahead of the main force 2. and disseminates an effective plan to defend DZ before the main against the OPFOR and move to an alternate drop zone as required. The element occupies and secures the drop zone (deploying OPs if (ideally 24 hrs) in necessary) maintaining security from attack and detection. The element has established DZ markings IAW the orders and recovery are airborne annex. The element coordinates and controls the drop and air space around support however are not involved in the the Drop Zone. and parachute 5. 4. order to establish the 3. The element develops.Infantry Necessary Criteria Remarks 1. force deploys. The element makes good use of terrain and known information about Pathfinders should the OPFOR threat to select the location of the Drop Zone. The element has established communications and then link up with Medical coverage the aircraft and main force. casualties from the DZ.

Denied. 1. The Crew coordinates its direct fire plan with higher.Battle Task Standards MECHANIZED INFANTRY COMMON CREW K02303079S ENGAGE TARGETS WITH MAIN AND SECONDARY ARMAMENT LEVEL: 2 (Crew) PHASE: All References: A. Associated weapons. Given: (1) (2) c. B-GL-385-014/PT-001 TOW Long Range Anti-Armour Weapon. c. B. The Crew engages targets IAW the assigned mission. The Crew executes the direct fire plan from firing positions that: a. B-GL-385-005/FP-001 General Purpose Machine Gun C6. 2. Are not easily identified by map reconnaissance. Situation. Are covered and concealed from ground and air observation. plans in depth for all ranges and weapons. and establishes recorded targets on likely OPFOR approaches. b. Remarks 604 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Maintain mutual support with other Crews. 2. Warning Order and Orders from the Rifle Platoon level. CONDITIONS: a. B-GL-393-010/FP-001 COYOTE/LAV III Application of Fire. C. Necessary Criteria 1. Nil. integrates with flanking Troops. TASK STANDARD: The Crew must successfully achieve engagement time and accuracy standards as defined in the references and IAW the assigned mission. b.

Are clear of obstructions along the line of sight. The Crew adjusts target priorities as ordered. Remarks 3. g. h. if possible. and Have alternate and secondary positions sited. Allow applicable stand-off ranges. 4. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 605 . The Crew sends a CONTACT Report and follows up with a SITREP as applicable. e. f. Provide enfilade fire from defilade positions.Infantry Necessary Criteria d. Have covered and concealed routes in and out.

B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations. Orders from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness information. Remarks 606 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . IAW BTS A03403141E MOVE TACTICALLY. Nil. Submits Vehicle State and ADREP. b. c. c. The Mechanized Infantry Platoon moves through the running resupply chain and receives commodities.Battle Task Standards PLATOON K03405083S PERFORM RUNNING RE-SUPPLY LEVEL: 3 (Mechanized Infantry Platoon) PHASE: All Reference: Section 3. Given. Chapter 6. 2. 3. The Mechanized Infantry Platoon is conducting tactical operations and has been directed to receive supplies or has determined that re-supply is necessary. Denied. b. Fills up with POL. 2. Breaks down ammo if necessary. The Mechanized Infantry Platoon carries out concurrent activities throughout to include. 1. TASK STANDARD: The Mechanized Infantry Platoon successfully completes resupply operations IAW orders to replenish its basic load of combat supplies while maintaining security. but not limited to: a. Situation. CONDITIONS: a. the Mechanized Infantry Platoon moves tactically to and enters the re-supply location IAW orders. The next higher HQ may designate a re-supply location or the element may be responsible to coordinate a location with the A1 Echelon or supply element. Necessary Criteria 1.

i. Picks up rations. Maintains security by adhering to noise and light discipline SOP. f. parts. Conducts limited vehicle maintenance (if practical). Turns over garbage. canteen supplies etc. h.Infantry Necessary Criteria d. Picks up ADREP items such as personnel equipment. mail. g. Exchanges water cans. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 607 . and Conducts crew replacement if applicable. e. Remarks 4.

b. Denied. CONDITIONS: a. The Echelon prepares and transmits RUNNING REPLENISHMENT Orders. TASK STANDARD: The Mechanized Infantry Company successfully executes resupply operations IAW orders to replenish its basic load of combat supplies while maintaining security. 5. Situation. IAW ref.Battle Task Standards COMPANY K04605084S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A RUNNING RE-SUPPLY LEVEL: 4 (Mechanized Infantry Company(Echelon)) PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 6. 1. c. Remarks 2. is defendable. b. The Echelon coordinates the distribution of commodities IAW BTS K03405083S PERFORMS RUNNING RE-SUPPLY. Given. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations. IAW ref B. Necessary Criteria 1. the Echelon selects an area that is cohesive with the tactical situation: a. c. Nil. The Echelon places commodities into a workable layout that ensures rapid/efficient distribution. Functional BTS: Nil 608 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . and allows for easy accesability and dispersion. 3. 2. The Echelon ensures security of the area (to include the provision of guides). offers concealment. 4. Orders from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness information. The Mechanized Infantry Company is conducting tactical operations and has determined that re-supply is necessary.

Likely OPFOR locations. b. Given: (1) (2) c. 1. It collects and reports information covering the route. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E / A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE with emphasis on the following points: a. Armoured Recce TTP. Denied. It reacts to OPFOR forces as appropriate and maintains sufficient combat power to continue the mission. Routes/axes of advance which will permit the element to move to the Named Area of Interest (NAI) with the greatest speed and security. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Chapter 2. OPFOR contact is possible or expected. CONDITIONS: a. Nil. OPFOR forces within the area. TASK STANDARD: The element moves on the route. dominant and key terrain. b.Infantry MECHANIZED INFANTRY RECCE COMMON TO MULTIPLE LEVELS K12302054S / K13402054S RECONNOITRE ROUTE MOUNTED LEVEL: 2 to 3 PHASE: All Reference: Section 6. and all other items of interest specified in orders. The element has received orders to conduct a route reconnaissance mounted to collect information and improve situational awareness on a designated route. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 609 . At least one subordinate level of command. 2. Situation. Necessary Criteria 1.

obstacles. aviation and UAV assets. 3. 610 Determines and reports traffic ability of major/assigned routes.e. Locates minefields. Identify suitable Waiting Areas /Hides for follow on troops. k. Picket and bypass policy. g. f.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria c. d. Reconnoitre all defiles along the route and clear OPFOR obstacles. i. Recces terrain to the lateral boundaries. g. Locates and inspect tunnels. and bypasses. and NBC B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . culverts. Locates and inspect suitable fording or crossing sites near all bridges. e. h. the element executes the following activities. and The coordination required to execute a passage of line IAW BTS I02353081E EXECUTE RELIEF. b. d. Determines cross-country traffic ability of all terrain within the area. Availability and range of direct and indirect fire. Coordination with attached elements (i. j. Locates and inspect bridges. Gathers intervisibility information. Remarks 2. IAW orders: a. c. CAS. Upon arrival. e. overpasses and underpasses. or locate a bypass. f. Recce Engr parties) Communications requirements. Locates bypasses around built-up areas. The element ensures that forces do not become decisively engaged with OPFOR forces and become unavailable to carry on with the mission.

Remarks 4. 5. 6. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 611 . The element accomplishes the mission within the time allocated by the comd. The element prepares a route recce report and overlay for passage to higher headquarters. identifies and reports OPFOR forces. The element maintains contact with advancing friendly forces throughout the operation. and l.Infantry Necessary Criteria contaminated areas. Maximum use is made of available aviation and UAV assets to gain required information. Locates.

Denied. Nil. Recce Engr parties). The Recce Platoon executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE with emphasis on the following points: a. Availability and range of direct and indirect fire.Battle Task Standards PLATOON K13602055S RECONNOITRE AREA MOUNTED LEVEL: 3 (Recce Platoon) PHASE: All Reference: Chapters 5 and 11. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Situation. Given: (1) (2) c.e. 2. and Remarks 612 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . B-GL-392-004/FP-001 Infantry Patrolling. Necessary Criteria 1. It reacts to OPFOR forces as appropriate and maintains sufficient combat power to continue the mission. CAS. Likely OPFOR locations. d. OPFOR contact is possible or expected. TASK STANDARD: The Recce Platoon collects and reports information covering the dominant and key terrain. b. c. aviation and UAV assets. Picket and bypass policy. and all other items of interest specified in orders. OPFOR forces within area. The Recce Platoon has received orders to conduct an area reconnaissance mounted to collect information and improve situational awareness on a designated area. b. 1. At least one subordinate level of command. Coordination with attached elements (i. CONDITIONS: a.

Infantry Necessary Criteria e. The Recce Platoon ensures that forces do not become decisively engaged with OPFOR forces and become unavailable to carry on with the mission. The Recce Platoon reports to higher headquarters on results of area recce. 5. The Recce Platoon oves rapidly and tactically IAW BTS A03403141E MOVE TACTICALLY and ref. Communications requirements. 4. 3. Remarks 2. Functional BTS: K12302054S RECONNOITRE ROUTE MOUNTED I02302085E RECONNOITRE POINT DISMOUNTED I13601062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP B-GL-383-002/PS-002 613 . The Recce Platoon executes the area recce IAW ref.

analyzes and acknowledges the orders from next higher level HQ: a. b. The element receives. The element conducts tactical movement to the fire base position IAW BTS A03403141E MOVE TACTICALLY. Nil. Identifies covered and concealed routes to fire base position (if not specified in the order). c. Section 6. CONDITIONS: a. Denied. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations. Chapter 2. 2. It places effective direct fire and (if applicable) indirect fire on the OPFOR element. d. and Coordinates with supporting elements as required. Chapter 4.Battle Task Standards MECHANIZED INFANTRY (RIFLE) COMMON TO MULTIPLE LEVELS K43423092S / K44623092S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIRE BASE LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. Remarks 2. C. TASK STANDARD: The element conducts tactical movement to and occupies the fire position. Chapter 2. Necessary Criteria 1. B-GL-321-007/FP-001 LAV Company Tactics. Confirms comd's direct fire and (if applicable) indirect fire plan. The element is conducting offensive operations and receives orders to establish and operate. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. or be part of a fire base for an attack. Determines location of the OPFOR element. Situation. b. and occupies the fire base position based on the following tactical considerations: 614 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . c. Orders from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness information. 1. Given. B.

refs.Infantry Necessary Criteria a. The element operates the fire base IAW orders. as necessary. 4. A position that allows the element to engage the OPFOR with effective fires. and reacts to the tactical situation. b. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 615 . Remarks 3. and A0344080E REACT TO DIRECT FIRE. The element engages targets IAW BTS K0233079E ENGAGE TARGETS WITH MAIN AND SECONDARY ARMAMENTS. b. 5. IAW the following BTS: a. The element submits to the next higher HQ an Ammo-Cas Report and executes battle re-supply as ordered. and the assigned fire plan. A0344081E REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE. and A position that is located on terrain affording cover and concealment for hull-down and/or turret-down positions.

Reconnoitre the route the convoy will follow (if time permits). and Provide early warning and prevent the OPFOR from impeding. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE with emphasis on the following points: a. At least one subordinate level of command b. The following specific points should be considered during planning and execution: 616 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Given: (1) (2) c. The route is provided. Ensure the route is clear of obstacles and OPFOR positioned to influence movement along the route. Situation. The element is tasked to execute a convoy escort to accompany and protect a vehicle column. OPFOR contact is possible or expected. containing. Civilian or military organizations may be involved. harassing. The escort comd is normally the convoy comd. Nil. 2. 1. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. seizing or destroying the convoy.Battle Task Standards K43474068S / K43474068S EXECUTE CONVOY ESCORT LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: OOTW Reference: Section 2. b. TASK STANDARD: The element escorts the convoy to its new location by the time specified in the orders. Chapter 9. CONDITIONS: a. c. B-GL-394-002/FP-001 The Reconnaissance Squadron in Battle. Necessary Criteria 1. Denied. Remarks 2.

. mines. i. which the element might employ (i. primary and alternate routes. and the vulnerability of the load. 4. thereby indicating possible hide locations if required.. built-up areas and detours. aviation and air defence. Advance group—leading elements of the escort. f. The time of the convoy move. communications plan. and Counter-ambush / mine plan. The element may be required to reconnoitre detours and pickets. Environmental and weather factors necessitating the postponement of the convoy in order to guarantee good road or flying conditions. etc. Packet commanders’ are aware of their responsibilities which include the following: a. It proves the safety of the route and identifies trouble in advance of the vehicle column. g. engineers. Remarks b. d. c. Communications and liaison concerns. The ground over which the convoy is to pass with particular reference to defiles. The likelihood of an OPFOR attack and the tactics. roadblocks. identification of the higher rapid reaction force. Close protection group—provides immediate close B-GL-383-002/PS-002 617 b. and All relevant logistical concerns. The size and type of vehicles in the convoy their mobility and speed.Infantry Necessary Criteria a.). The convoy is organized into three groupings: a. checkpoints.e. RV and schedule. h. 3. Action at halts. and likely OPFOR ambush and road block locations. provision of first aid. close country. and drop off point. Additional resources available including mechanized infantry. and the distance to be traveled. e. air strikes. rest halts. UAVs. hides. first and last light. b.

b. The lead vehicle crosses the start point at the specified time. Blackout policy. and c. All halts are reported to the element comd. d. The element determines and reports the location of all halts. Where visibility is at least 200 m to the front and rear of the column.e. time and spacing between vehicles. b. 7. d. A method of escort is determined (i. c. The designated speed. and Conducts rehearsals. Communications procedures. f. 618 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Moves tactically IAW BTS A0343141E MOVE TACTICALLY and ref B. The element conducts scheduled halts: a. 8. The element and Convoy are briefed on convoy procedures: a. Remarks 5. air sentry requirements. Establishes a perimeter defence. Standard or Tunnel).Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria protection to the vehicle column. the reserves and recovery resources for the convoy. 10. At designated times to avoid possible conflict with other convoy schedules. c. The element verifies that all vehicles have crossed the start point and reports to higher HQ. and reports the halt to higher HQ. The convoy makes an unscheduled halt due to a vehicle accident. Reserve group—provides the rearguard. road block or some other unplanned event: a. 9. Accident and breakdown procedures. e. and Departs on schedule. 6. The element comd is located within this group. The route to include medical and maintenance support locations and the destination. g.

Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 619 . During halts. The convoy reacts to an ambush as follows: Ambushed vehicles immediately proceed through the ambush if at all possible. That part of the convoy caught in the ambush is extricated IAW BTS A0340177E / A0460177E EXTRICATE FROM AN AMBUSH. the element establishes a perimeter defence. Remarks j. That part of the convoy not caught in the ambush is halted and protected. If proceeding through the ambush is not possible. k. h. The element resumes movement on order. e. g. The advance guard comd or LO negotiates confrontations. all vehicles being escorted clear the road to permit the element to manoeuvre. Suppressive fire is used to cover immediate deployment. use an alternate route. as applicable. and If applicable. f. l. The element proceeds through the ambush if at all possible. Once all vehicles are clear of the ambush. 11.Infantry Necessary Criteria b. the element halts and attempt to eliminate the OPFOR threat and extricate the ambushed elements. c. i. the element comd issues orders for some or all vehicles to continue on the primary route. m. The element takes immediate action IAW the OPFOR threat. return to the start point or proceed to another location. d.

2. Chapter 2. The Mechanized Infantry Platoon is conducting offensive operations and receives orders to be part of the manoeuvre force for a hasty attack. Remarks 620 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . and reacts to the tactical situation. and identifies covered and concealed routes to the RV (if not specified in orders). B-GL-321-007/FP-001 LAV Company Tactics. Necessary Criteria 1. IAW orders. b. Denied. B. 5. ref A. Situation. the Mechanized Infantry Platoon reacts IAW Orders. Nil. TASK STANDARD: The Mechanized Infantry Rifle Platoon successfully executes the assault destroying all OPFOR forces or forcing them to withdraw off of the objective. 4. and ref B. Chapter 2. 3. Once contact is made. analyzes and acknowledges the Orders. The Mechanized Infantry Platoon moves IAW BTS A03403141E / A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY to the RV and adopts a concealed position. determines location of the objective. c. the Rifle Platoon executes drills as tasked. as necessary. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations. The Mechanized Infantry Platoon moves to the attack position IAW Orders. CONDITIONS: a.Battle Task Standards PLATOON K43423093S EXECUTE AN ATTACK LEVEL: 3 (Mechanized Infantry Platoon) PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. 1. A03404081E REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE. The Mechanized Infantry Platoon receives. IAW the following BTS: a. Given. executes drills as necessary to ref A and ref B. 2.

d. Once the attack is complete and IAW orders. Remarks 6. A03404080E REACT TO DIRECT FIRE. I43423093E EXECUTE AN ATTACK. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 621 . the Mechanized Infantry Platoon consolidates IAW ref A and ref B. and K02303079E ENGAGE TARGETS WITH MAIN AND SECONDARY ARMAMENTS. c.Infantry Necessary Criteria b.

3. 5. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations. executes drills as necessary IAW ref A and ref B and reacts to the tactical situation. The Mechanized Infantry Company conducts tactical movement IAW BTS A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY to the RV and adopts a concealed position. 2. 4. Chapter 2. The Mechanized Infantry Company receives. the Mechanized Infantry Company executes drills as tasked. TASK STANDARD: The Mechanized Infantry Company successfully executes the assault destroying all OPFOR forces or forcing them to withdraw off of the objective. B-GL-321-007/FP-001 LAV Company Tactics. and ref B. Chapter 2. Necessary Criteria 1. CONDITIONS: a. ref A. as necessary. The Mechanized Infantry Company is conducting offensive operations and receives orders to execute a hasty attack. c. Given. and identifies covered and concealed routes to the RV (if not specified in orders). and/or establishes a fire base IAW BTS K43423092S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE. 1. B. the Mechanized Infantry Company reacts IAW orders. The Mechanized Infantry Company moves to the attack position IAW Orders. 2.Battle Task Standards COMPANY K44623093S EXECUTE AN ATTACK LEVEL: 4 (Mechanized Infantry Company) PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. IAW the following BTS: a. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. determines location of the objective. Nil. Once contact is made. b. A04604081E REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE. Situation. IAW orders. analyzes and acknowledges the orders. Denied. Remarks 622 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

A04604080E REACT TO DIRECT FIRE. and K02303079E ENGAGE TARGETS WITH MAIN AND SECONDARY ARMAMENTS. d.Infantry Necessary Criteria b. I44623093E EXECUTE AN ATTACK. Once the attack is complete and IAW orders. c. the Mechanized Infantry Company consolidates IAW ref A and ref B. Remarks 6. and reorganizes IAW BTS A04605301E REORGANIZE. Functional BTS: I44601062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP I43423092E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE B-GL-383-002/PS-002 623 .

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There are BTS common to multiple levels in this Chapter. and the scope of the BTS will be harmonized with the Army’s Statement of Requirements for Tactical Aviation once the plan is endorsed by CLS and approved by CAS. the Tactical Aviation (Common) BTS apply to both UTTH and Recce tasked Helicopters. In all cases.Battle Task Standards CHAPTER 8 TACTICAL AVIATION 1. 2. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 625 . It should be noted that the range of BTS is more significant that command and liaison and airmobile tasks.

a. The element is required to apply suppressive fire in response to a threat. Remarks 626 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . CONDITIONS. Integral weapons must be used to engage static and moving targets while stationary and on the move. Nil 2. Denied. An appropriate open fire policy to engage targets. This BTS will likely be achieved within the context of other BTS. TASK STANDARD: The element successfully applies suppressive door gun fire IAW with published ROE and open fire policy. Apply suppressive fire until threat is suppressed and/or until crew or friendly elements are no longer threatened. 1.Battle Task Standards TACTICAL AVIATION COMMON COMMON TO MULTIPLE LEVELS LEVELS TWO AND THREE H02304105S / H03404105S APPLY SUPPRESSIVE FIRE WITH DOOR GUNS LEVEL: 2 to 3 PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 4. Situation. The element detects an enemy threat and takes action: a. b. The element is operating independently or as part of a larger force. under all types of visibility and environmental conditions. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher. ROE. Necessary Criteria 1. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. Given: (1) (2) (3) c.

or Remarks 2. Element reacts to direct fire with evasive manoeuvring IAW BTS H02304106S / H03404106S EXECUTE EVASIVE COMBAT MANOEUVRES.Tactical Aviation Necessary Criteria b. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 627 . Elements locate enemy position without taking effective enemy fire.

Denied. TASK STANDARD: The element safely executes evasive manoeuvres. Real or simulated enemy ground based weapon systems. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. 2. The element communicates threat to appropriate agencies. Necessary Criteria Remarks 1. b. 3. Appropriate airspace control orders. 4. Nil. Aircraft or simulator. Situation. The element conducts mission with appropriate tactics relevant to the known threat. and ROE. 2. The element evades the threat with appropriate TTP. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. The element is involved in tactical operations with a known area of threat which includes small arms or other direct fire weapons systems. The element identifies hostile enemy engagement. 1.Battle Task Standards H02304106S / H03404106S CONDUCT EVASIVE COMBAT MANOEUVRES LEVEL: 2 to 3 PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 9. CONDITIONS: a. Functional BTS: Nil 628 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

Real or simulated missile threat. 2. b. Denied. The element operates MAWS and CMDS effectively iaw appropriate mission settings. 3. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 629 . The element responds to threat with appropriate TTP. Situation. The aircraft MAWS indicates an engagement.Tactical Aviation H02304110S / H03404110S REACT TO MISSILE APPROACH WARNING SYSTEM (MAWS) LEVEL: 2 to 3 PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 9. Aircraft or aircraft simulator. CONDITIONS: a. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. The element is involved in tactical operations with a known or suspected missile threat. 2. Nil. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. Mission or theatre specific flare SOP and CMDS settings. TASK STANDARD: The element successfully reacts to the threat. Applicable MAWS and counter measures dispensing system (CMDS). The element follows appropriate pre-flight and post-flight arming/dearming procedures. 1. Necessary Criteria Remarks 1.

Appropriate airspace control orders. The element identifies a threat with appropriate equipment. Nil. 2. Functional BTS: Nil 630 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 5. CONDITIONS: a. Aircraft or simulator. b. Real or simulated ground or air based radar/laser threat. The element responds to threat with appropriate TTP. EWO. The element conducts mission with appropriate tactics relevant to the known threat. Airborne radar laser warning receiver (RLWR).Battle Task Standards H02304111S / H03404111S REACT TO RADAR OR LASER THREAT LEVEL: 2 to 3 PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 9. 4. 2. The element debriefs appropriate pers and agencies following mission as required (IntO. A radar or laser threat is detected. CFEWC). Necessary Criteria Remarks 1. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. TASK STANDARD: The element successfully evades the threat. The element is involved in tactical operations with a known or suspected radar or laser guided missile threat. The element communicates threat to appropriate crew and higher formations as required. OpsO. 3. Denied. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. and ROE. 1. Appropriate RLWR user data file (UDF) for perceived or known threat. Situation.

Medical personnel and equipment from appropriate medical supporting unit. Aeromedical Support can be subdivided as either MEDEVAC or CASEVAC missions and each are slightly different: (1) Medical Evacuation (MEDEVAC). Law of Armed Conflict. The CH 146 will normally only conduct CASEVAC missions. They may be fired upon as hostile aircraft. TASK STANDARD: The element transports wounded or injured personnel IAW orders. CASEVAC does not include en route care by medical personnel. CASEVAC helicopters are not protected under the Geneva Convention and are not permitted to mount the Red Cross. c. and ROE. MEDEVAC assets are permitted to mount the Red Cross and are protected under the Geneva Convention. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. No MEDEVAC helicopters are permitted to transport troops. CASEVAC should only be utilized when a unit has a large number of casualties (i. 2. B-GA-441-001/FP-001 Tactical Level Aviation Doctrine. Combat troops or combat supplies not attributed to the provision of medical services. Situation.e. Casualty stretcher and loading personnel from supported unit. Denied. CONDITIONS: a. combat supplies or act in support of a combat operation not directly attributed to the provision of medical services. when the number of casualties exceeds the ability of the MEDEVAC helicopters) or when MEDEVAC helicopters are not available. (2) b. Appropriate airspace control orders. The element is involved in tactical operations. 1. Casualty Evacuation (CASEVAC).Tactical Aviation H02305112S / H03405112S EXECUTE AEROMEDICAL SUPPORT OPERATIONS LEVEL: 2 to 3 PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 11. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 631 .

3. Aircraft configuration is established with medical authority.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 1. The crew responds to the mission within the required standby notice to move timeframe or as quickly as possible. Priority system of triage is established. 4. and aviation tasked iaw priorities. 2. Appropriately medical support equipment and helicopter trained staff are utilized on board the aircraft. The casualties are transported safely and to the appropriate medical facility as directed by supporting medical staff within the required timeframe. 5. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 632 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. 2. Appropriate coordination and liaison with supporting elements and other units is completed. 2. Denied. Appropriate airspace control orders. Frequencies and codes. Concurrent activity and anticipation maximize the available time in preparation for the mission. b. CONDITIONS: a. Nil. and ROE.Tactical Aviation LEVELS TWO TO FOUR H02301099S / H03401099S / H04601099S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN AIRBORNE RRB LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 17. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 633 . 1. Situation. Necessary Criteria 1. The element is involved in tactical operations. TASK STANDARD: The element deploys and establishes an airborne radio rebroadcast/relay capability IAW orders. B-GA-441-001/FP-001 Tactical Level Aviation Doctrine. A new mission is received requiring the element to provide an airborne RRB capability.

CONDITIONS: a. Aircraft occupying the holding area shall: a. Denied. Nil. Be in a position to observe and react to potential threats. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil 634 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . b. 2. Given: (1) (2) c. 1. Necessary Criteria 1. b. Situation. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. and Establish hasty security. The element is conducting tactical operations. Appropriate sized Holding Area. Maintain radio silence. There is a requirement to occupy a Holding Area prior to the completion of the mission. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP.Battle Task Standards H02304107S / H03404107S / H04604107S OCCUPY A HOLDING AREA LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 8. c. TASK STANDARD: The element moves undetected to the holding area and is able to be employed at the specified time IAW orders.

Denied. 2. 2. CONDITIONS: a. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. The element is involved in tactical operations with a known or suspected defensive or offensive attack helicopters. 3. b. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. and ROE. TASK STANDARD: The element successfully evades a hostile helicopter attack. The element communicates threat to appropriate agencies. 4. The element conducts mission with appropriate tactics relevant to the known threat. Real or simulated enemy attack helicopters. 1. The element evades the threat with appropriate TTP. The element identifies hostile aircraft visually or with appropriate DEWS equipment.Tactical Aviation H02314108S / H03414108S / H04614108S REACT TO AIR TO AIR HELICOPTER ATTACK LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: All Warfighting Reference: Chapter 9. Aircraft or simulator. Nil. Situation. Necessary Criteria Remarks 1. Appropriate airspace control orders. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 635 .

B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. The element is involved in tactical operations with a known or suspected defensive or offensive counter air (DCA / OCA) threat. Situation. Appropriate airspace control orders. 2. Denied. The element identifies hostile aircraft visually or with appropriate DEWS equipment. Real or simulated enemy fighter aircraft.Battle Task Standards H02314109S / H03414109S / H04614109S REACT TO FIGHTER AIRCRAFT ATTACK LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: All Warfighting Reference: Chapter 9. Functional BTS: Nil 636 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . b. 4. Aircraft or simulator. TASK STANDARD: The element successfully evades a hostile fighter aircraft attack. CONDITIONS: a. The element conducts mission with appropriate tactics relevant to the known threat. The element evades the threat with appropriate TTP. The element communicates threat to appropriate agencies. Necessary Criteria Remarks 1. Nil. 2. 3. and ROE. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. 1.

Airborne Forward Air Controller (ABFAC). (5) AEROMEDICAL Support: (a) (b) CASEVAC. Reconnaissance and Tactical Security. 1. Situation. A new mission is received requiring the element to plan one of but not limited to the following missions: (1) (2) (3) Command and Liaison. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 637 . Combat Airlift: (a) (b) (c) Logistic Airlift with the use of Medium Transport Helicopters (MTH). Comms Assistance. (6) (7) Special Operations. Para Insertion. MEDEVAC. Airmobile Operations. CONDITIONS: a. The element is involved in tactical operations. Direction and Control of Fire: (a) (b) (4) Air Observation Post (AOP).Tactical Aviation LEVELS FOUR AND SIX H0460101S / H0670101S PLAN AVIATION MISSIONS LEVEL: 4 and 6 PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 1.

Remarks Functional BTS: A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE A06701001E EXECUTE OPP H04601099S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN AIRBORNE RRB H04605112S EXECUTE AEROMEDICAL SUPPORT OPERATIONS H04601100S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN AVIATION COMMAND POST H24613113S EXECUTE AIRMOBILE OPERATIONS H24613112S EXECUTE A PARA INSERTION H24674068S EXECUTE A CONVOY ESCORT H24674115S INSERT VEHICLE CHECKPOINT / ROADBLOCK H24605118S PROVIDE AERIAL RESUPPLY H14602058S EXECUTE A SCREEN H14613076S EXECUTE AN AIR OP MISSION H14613077S EXECUTE AN ABFAC MISSION H14602074S EXECUTE RECONNAISSANCE TASKS H94605123S PROVIDE AMS SERVICES H06702103S PROVIDE AVIATION METEOROLOGICAL SERVICES H02305102S CONFIGURE AIRCRAFT 638 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Nil. TASK STANDARD: The element executes a mission briefing in order to complete the specified aviation mission IAW orders. The element completes aviation mission planning IAW the following: a. Given: (1) (2) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Appropriate coordination with supporting elements and other units is completed. Necessary Criteria 1. concurrent activity and anticipation maximize the available time in preparation for the mission. Denied. c. and rehearsals are conducted when time permits. and ROE. b. 2. Appropriate airspace control orders.Battle Task Standards b. c.

Denied. A crash alarm has been initiated. Situational awareness is developed and shared between all elements. medical. Necessary Criteria 1. Nil. APPLICABLE Theatre Special Instructions (SPINS) and Airspace Control Orders (ACO). IAW orders. security or Military Police support as required. 3. WUSOP 506. Fire. requiring the element to respond. B-GA-443-001/FP-001 1 Wing Standing Operating Procedures. Unit crash response standing operating procedures. Crash response orders or plan. Chapter 7. disseminated. B. ensuring that the required information is received. b.Tactical Aviation H04604014S / H06704014S PREPARE AND EXECUTE CRASH RESPONSE LEVEL: 4 and 6 PHASE: All References: A. 2. C. The element is executing flying operations. D. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. Subordinate flights. The crash response plan is executed as quickly and effectively as possible. 2. TASK STANDARD: The element executes the crash response while minimizing loss of life and equipment and preserves evidence. 1. rehearsed and refined IAW refs. and acted upon in a timely manner. Crash response plan is developed. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 639 .

The crew is involved in tactical operations. Appropriate tooling. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. 2. Functional BTS: Nil 640 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Situation. A new mission is received requiring the timely appropriate configuration of an aircraft. Nil. The aircraft is configured for the projected mission type. Denied. b. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. 1. 2. CONDITIONS: a. A crew sized element. Necessary Criteria Remarks 1. TASK STANDARD: The crew has correctly configured an aircraft IAW orders.Battle Task Standards CREW H02305102S CONFIGURE AIRCRAFT LEVEL: 2 (Crew) PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 1. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Concurrent activity and anticipation maximize the available time in preparation for the mission.

Tactical Aviation FLIGHT H0461100S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN AVIATION COMMAND POST (CP) LEVEL: 4 (Flight) PHASE: All References: A. Orders to deploy to a new location. 2. C. CONDITIONS: a. Denied. The Flight may be required to operate while maintaining tactical mobility. control. The Flight is conducting tactical ops. Subordinate element(s). TASK STANDARD: The Flight establishes and operates a command post that facilitates the command. Situation. B-GA-444-001/FP-001 1 Wing Tactical Aide Memoire. and is prepared to conduct operations. Appropriate air and land force command. communications and intelligence systems. B. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. 3. The Flight CP establishes communications on. 4. Warning Orders and Orders from one level of command higher. 1. B-GA-443-001/FP-001 1 Wing Unit Standing Operating Procedures. The Flight CP is sited in a tactically appropriate location IAW orders and refs. control and execution of assigned missions IAW orders and refs. and maintains control of. b. Necessary Criteria 1. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 641 Remarks . 2. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. The Flight conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Nil. all required nets IAW BTS A04604042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC.

briefs and implements the local defence plan IAW BTS A04604174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. 6. The Flight maintains situational awareness and reports and reacts to information of technical and tactical importance. The Flight develops. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 642 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 7.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 5. The Flight CP submits reports and returns IAW refs.

brief air and ground crews. Tac EWO confirms and advises Flt Comd on effective MAWS and CMDS mission settings. Nil. Denied. Mission or theatre specific flare SOP and CMDS settings. 3. advise Flt Comd. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. 2. Functional BTS: H03404110S REACT TO MAWS B-GL-383-002/PS-002 643 . CFEWC Support. TASK STANDARD: The Flight successfully reacts to the threat. Aircraft or aircraft simulator. The flight is involved in tactical operations with a known or suspected missile threat. The Flight establishes appropriate pre-flight and post-flight arming/de-arming areas and local procedures. The Flight establishes a Tac EWO to maintain EW SA. and assist in pre-flight planning. CONDITIONS: a. Tactical Electronic Warfare Officer (Tac EWO). Applicable MAWS and counter measures dispensing system (CMDS). Situation. A flight aircraft has a MAWS indication while airborne. Necessary Criteria Remarks 1. Real or simulated missile threat. 2. 4. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. The Flight responds to hung flares. b.Tactical Aviation H04604110S REACT TO MISSILE APPROACH WARNING SYSTEM (MAWS) LEVEL: 4 (Flight) PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 9. 1.

Nil. The Flight is involved in tactical operations with a known or suspected radar or laser guided missile threat. 1. 3. Airborne radar laser warning receiver (RLWR). and lines of communication to CFEWC to ensure timely support of RLWR and software. b. Aircraft or simulator. TTP and planning assistance. and ROE. Denied. Appropriate airspace control orders. 2. Tac EWO provides necessary refresher briefings to air and ground Remarks 644 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) c. The Flight conducts mission with appropriate tactics relevant to the known threat. 2. Appropriate RLWR user data file (UDF) for perceived or known threat. Situation. A radar or laser threat is detected. Necessary Criteria 1. Tac EWO maintains overall EW SA to advise the Flt Comd and crews on threat. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. EW laptop with ADOCS software.Battle Task Standards H04604111S REACT TO RADAR OR LASER THREAT LEVEL: 4 (Flight) PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 9. Tac EWO. 4. TASK STANDARD: The Flight successfully operates in a radar and laser threat environment. Tac EWO establishes appropriate debrief procedures. CONDITIONS: a. Real or simulated ground or air based radar/laser threat.

Tactical Aviation Necessary Criteria crews on TTP. and equipment. 5. The Flight establishes proper lines of communication with other EW agencies and HQs as required. Remarks Functional BTS: H03404111S REACT TO RADAR OR LASER WARNING THREAT B-GL-383-002/PS-002 645 .

They may be fired upon as hostile aircraft. combat supplies or act in support of a combat operation not directly attributed to the provision of medical services. CASEVAC helicopters are not protected under the Geneva Convention and are not permitted to mount the Red Cross. Appropriate airspace control orders. Aeromedical Support can be defined as either MEDEVAC or CASEVAC missions: (1) Medical Evacuation (MEDEVAC). c. 2.Battle Task Standards H04604112S EXECUTE AEROMEDICAL SUPPORT OPERATIONS LEVEL: 4 (Flight) PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 11. No MEDEVAC helicopters are permitted to transport troops.e. (2) b. CASEVAC should only be utilized when a unit has a large number of casualties (i. when the number of casualties exceeds the ability of the MEDEVAC helicopters) or when MEDEVAC helicopters are not available. The Flight is involved in tactical operations. CASEVAC does not include en route care by medical personnel. and ROE. Denied. Law of Armed Conflict. 646 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Medical personnel and equipment from appropriate medical supporting unit. Combat troops or combat supplies not attributed to the provision of medical services. The CH 146 will normally only conduct CASEVAC missions. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Situation. CONDITIONS: a. 1. TASK STANDARD: The Flight transports wounded or injured personnel IAW orders. B-GA-441-001/FP-001 Tactical Level Aviation Doctrine. MEDEVAC assets are permitted to mount the Red Cross and are protected under the Geneva Convention. Casualty stretcher and loading personnel from supported unit. Casualty Evacuation (CASEVAC).

Priority system of triage is established. Aircraft configuration is established with medical authority. 3. Chain of command and robust tasking lines of communication are established and tested with Medical authority. 8. Appropriately coordination occurs to ensure the location of medical support equipment and helicopter trained staff who will operate on board the aircraft. 6. 4. Likely casualty treatment facilities are identified and appropriate HLS are established/confirmed for CASEVAC / MEDEVAC operations. Helicopters and CASEVAC / MEDVAC crews are pre-positioned or located such that they can respond in the required time to the assigned area of responsibility. Remarks Functional BTS: H03404112S EXECUTE AEROMEDICAL SUPPORT OPERATIONS B-GL-383-002/PS-002 647 . The Flight establishes appropriate CASEVAC / MEDVAC standby crews to maintain the required coverage and ensure CASEVAC / MEDVAC response within specified notice to move timeframe or as quickly as possible.Tactical Aviation Necessary Criteria 1. 7. The casualties are transported safely and to the appropriate medical facility as directed by supporting medical staff within the required timeframe. 2. Appropriately medical support equipment and helicopter trained staff are utilized on board the aircraft. 5. and aviation tasked iaw priorities. 10. 9. The crew responds to the mission within the required standby notice to move timeframe or as quickly as possible.

control. 4. 2. Nil. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. and maintains control of. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. 2. subordinate element(s). C. 3. communications and intelligence systems. and is prepared to conduct operations. 5. Situation. The Squadron is conducting tactical ops. CONDITIONS: a. 1. TASK STANDARD: The squadron establishes a command post which facilitates the command. The squadron may be required to operate while maintaining tactical mobility. The squadron CP is sited in a tactically appropriate location IAW orders and refs. B-GA-443-001/FP-001 1 Wing Unit Standing Operating Procedures. b. B-GA-444-001/FP-001 1 Wing Tactical Aide Memoire. Appropriate air and land force command. Denied. all required nets IAW BTS A06704042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. The squadron CP establishes communications on. B. control and execution of assigned missions IAW orders and refs. The squadron CP submits reports and returns IAW refs and maintains command and control IAW BTS A06701004E ESTABLISH AND 648 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . The Squadron conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A06701001E EXECUTE OPP. Necessary Criteria 1.Battle Task Standards SQUADRON H06701100S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN AVIATION COMMAND POST (CP) LEVEL: 6 (Squadron) PHASE: All References: A. Orders to deploy to a new location.

6. The Squadron is prepared to employ forward or step-up CPs if required. 7.Tactical Aviation Necessary Criteria MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL. Remarks Functional BTS: H04601100S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN AVIATION COMMAND POST B-GL-383-002/PS-002 649 . The squadron develops. briefs and implements the local defence plan IAW BTS A06704174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. The squadron maintains situational awareness and reports and reacts to information of technical and tactical importance. 8.

Nil. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 650 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 1. Necessary Criteria 1. Situation. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. Denied. CONDITIONS: a. The Squadron establishes communications and computing links to acquire meteorological data from outside sources and conducts weather observations from the location. Given: (1) (2) c. 2. Required vehicles and support. b. The Met element maintains meteorological situational awareness and disseminates the relevant products and expertise. The Squadron is required to provide meteorological services for helicopter operations. 2. Flying operations.Battle Task Standards H06702103S PROVIDE AVIATION METEOROLOGICAL SERVICES LEVEL: 6 (Squadron) PHASE: All References: Chapter 1. TASK STANDARD: The Squadron provides timely and relevant meteorological products and advice in support of flying operations IAW orders and refs.

B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. Necessary Criteria 1. Required engineer and service support. defence. The Squadron conducts battle procedure IAW BTS A06701001E EXECUTE OPP. subordinate element(s). TAM 811. c. 1. B-GA-444-001/FP-001 1 Wing Tactical Aide Memoire. Chapter 11. number of aircraft and type of activity to be conducted. 2. The Squadron moves to. Orders to deploy to a new location. secures and marks the HLS IAW refs. considering: a. concealment. b. The Squadron is required to move to a new location and establish an HLS in preparation for helicopter operations. the terrain. Situation. communications. opposing force. arming/de-arming and refuelling areas as required. d. 3. in and out routes. and the size of the area including holding. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Nil. b. The Squadron conducts a recce of potential locations to determine suitability of ground. Remarks 2. CONDITIONS: a. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 651 .Tactical Aviation H06703097S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A HELICOPTER LANDING SITE LEVEL: 6 (Squadron) PHASE: All References: A. and OPSEC requirements. Denied. TASK STANDARD: The element establishes and executes helicopter operations from the designated helicopter landing site (HLS) IAW orders and refs. B.

The Squadron conducts helicopter operations IAW orders and refs.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 4. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 652 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

and all other items of interest IAW orders. B. point. Situation. area. area. This BTS is applied as low a level as possible depending on the threat situation. Nil. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. TAI. and/or point. Necessary Criteria 1. or other location / feature to reconnoitre. Basic Helicopter Recce Handbook (Draft 25 Oct 2001). or point. b. The element moves undetected to the route. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. Appropriate Electro-Optical sensor(s). route. Upon Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 653 . 1. Chapter 14.Tactical Aviation TACTICAL AVIATION RECCE COMMON TO MULTIPLE LEVELS LEVELS TWO TO FOUR H12302074S / H13402074S / H14602074S EXECUTE RECONNAISSANCE TASKS LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: A. Denied. 2. enemy forces within the area. Friendly ground recce forces (if applicable). B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. TASK STANDARD: The element collects and reports information covering the area. route. dominant and key terrain. CONDITIONS: a. Designated NAI. The element has received orders to conduct reconnaissance to collect information and improve situational awareness on a designated route. area.

Maximum use is made of available ISTAR assets to assist in gaining required information. the section conducts recce IAW reference A and B. 4. 2. The element prepares appropriate recce report to higher headquarters. It reacts to opposing forces as appropriate and maintains sufficient combat power to continue the mission.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria arrival. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 654 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 5. 3. The element maintains contact with advancing friendly forces throughout the operation.

A tactically sound observation position is selected and occupied. TASK STANDARD: The element successfully executes the Air OP mission on the correct target using appropriate indirect fire. Appropriate airspace control and fire support orders. The element is tasked to conduct an Air OP mission during tactical ops. Situation. 2. Orders from one level higher. 2. 3. Indirect fire support. The fire mission is conducted IAW ref A. 1. without being engaged. Battle damage is reported.Tactical Aviation H12312076S / H13412076S / H14612076S EXECUTE AIR OBSERVATION POST MISSION LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: All Warfighting Reference: Chapter 15. The target is located and identified. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. Nil. Functional BTS: G22412052E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN ARTILLERY OP Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 655 . CONDITIONS: a. Necessary Criteria 1. Denied. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. Rules of engagement. b. 4.

understood and executed by the CAS pilot(s) IAW refs. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. 2. Nil. B. 2. The target is located and identified IAW ROEs. Orders from one level higher. 3. Denied. Situation. CONDITIONS: a. Rules of engagement. b. A Close Air Support sortie(s). TASK STANDARD: The element successfully executes the ABFAC mission on the correct target using Close Air Support aircraft. Appropriate airspace control and fire support orders. FUNCTIONAL BTS: NIL Remarks 656 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . without being engaged. B-GA-431-000/FT-002 Air Liaison Officer Handbook. Necessary Criteria 1. 1. Chapter 15. Battle damage is reported. A tactically sound observation position is selected and occupied. 4. The element is tasked to conduct an Airborne Forward Controller (ABFAC) mission during tactical ops. The CAS briefing is delivered to the CAS pilot(s).Battle Task Standards H12313077S / H13413077S / H14613077S EXECUTE AIRBORNE FORWARD CONTROLLER (ABFAC) MISSION LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: All Warfighting References: A. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP.

CONDITIONS: a. Situation. 1. Necessary Criteria 1. B-GA-442 Tactical Aviation TTP. TASK STANDARD: The element maintains contact with and defines the OPFOR elements without detection or loss of combat power until ordered to move or the contact has been handed over. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 657 . Given: (1) (2) (3) c. passing on all pertinent information. OPFOR. the element must report and re-establish contact and redefine the enemy. 4.Tactical Aviation LEVELS THREE TO FOUR H13402053S / H14602053S EXECUTE A PICKET LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 14. the picket hands over responsibility for the contact. 2. As follow-on forces arrive. b. The element defines the enemy disposition as best as possible given the time and freedom of manoeuvre available. The element remains behind and in contact so that the enemy cannot move undetected. The element has come into contact and has been ordered to picket the contact so that another force can bypass it or the crew must make a battle handover to follow-on forces. Denied. 2. Warning Order and Orders from one or two levels of command higher. Nil. If the contact is lost. A bypassing force or a force for a battle handover. 3.

Denied. 1. 658 . Airspace and fire control orders. TASK STANDARD: The element successfully executes the screen by detecting and reporting any enemy movement IAW orders. 2. Measures to destroy enemy recce IAW orders. Necessary Criteria 1. A section sized element. b. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. The element develops and executes a plan which includes the following elements: a. and Upon completion of the screen. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. CONDITIONS: a. The element has been tasked to screen a force to provide early warning and situational awareness. c. impede or harass enemy forces as they enter and proceed through the area of responsibility. e. An indirect fire plan to destroy. Indirect fire and ground recce support (if required). Higher comd’s intent is executed.Battle Task Standards H13402058S / H14602058S EXECUTE SCREEN LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 14. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. Situation. the element reorganizes IAW BTS A03405301E / A04605301E REORGANIZE B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks d. Surveillance of enemy contacts throughout the security zone which makes maximum use of available sensors. Nil. b.

Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 659 .Tactical Aviation Necessary Criteria and prepares for subsequent missions.

Necessary Criteria 1. Situation. the element is to report and maintain contact until the situation changes. CONDITIONS: a. B-GA-442 Tactical Aviation TTP. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness. Once contact is made. Once contact is established. Nil. TASK STANDARD: The element executes the advance IAW reference. Functional BTS: H103403075S EXECUTE A BYPASS H103402053S / H103402053S EXECUTE A PICKET Remarks 660 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .Battle Task Standards H13453061S / H14653061S EXECUTE AN ADVANCE TO CONTACT LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: Transitional Operations Reference: Chapter 14. Given. The element moves tactically IAW BTS A03403141E / A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY. 2. 1. 2. Denied. b. the section is to maintain contact. The element is conducting tactical operations and receives orders to execute an advance to contact. c.

Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 661 . TASK STANDARD: The section bypasses the opposing force. coordinates and develops a plan in support of the comd intent. The element sends a SITREP to higher HQ and executes a tactical bypass. 2. CONDITIONS: a. Denied. Nil. Bypass routes are available. Given. Necessary Criteria Remarks 1. The higher headquarters requires rapid continuation of movement and permits bypassing. The element encounters enemy. 2.Tactical Aviation H13403075S EXECUTE A BYPASS LEVEL: 3 (Section) PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 14. c. B-GA-442 Tactical Aviation TTP. b. Situation. The element performs a tactical move IAW reference A. The element establishes contact with opposing force. 1.

C. CONDITIONS: a. and EW threats exist. B. Both friendly and enemy forces have available indirect fire and close air support (CAS) available. ATP 49 (C)—Use of Helicopters in Land Operations. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Sufficient aviation assets are available. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. Situation. Denied. b. Appropriate airspace control orders. Enemy air defence. Chapter 7. The element is required to execute combat recovery of personnel.Battle Task Standards TACTICAL AVIATION UTILITY COMMON TO MULTIPLE LEVELS LEVELS TWO TO THREE H22305116S / H23405116S EXECUTE COMBAT RECOVERY OF PERSONNEL LEVEL: 2 to 3 Phase: All Reference: A. Nil 662 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 1. and ROE. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher. NBC. ATP 62—Combat Search and Rescue.

Necessary Criteria 1. and contingency plans for alternate action. 2. Combat Recovery is the recovery of military and/or civilian personnel and/or equipment. The element must complete the following time permitting: a. CSAR is dedicated task for those personnel with specific CSAR training and equipment. rehearsals. These personnel are not required to have specialized training and equipment. The aircraft loads the lifted unit element at the Designated Area of Recovery (DAR). Element personnel and aircraft are prepared for movement at the time and place specified. plan of action at the objective. b. c. TASK STANDARD: The element executes the assigned combat recovery of personnel IAW refs.Tactical Aviation NOTE Combat Recovery is not the same as Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR). Remarks Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 663 . 3. 2.

B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. Necessary Criteria 1. Enemy air defence. Both friendly and enemy forces have available indirect fire and close air support (CAS) available. The aircraft load the lifted element at the pick-up zone (PZ) and 664 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . b. 2. Airmobile Operations. Although ref C makes a distinction between Tactical Transport and Airmobile operations based on the intent of the airlift. Nil. TASK STANDARD: The element executes the assigned airmobile operation with sufficient numbers of personnel and equipment arriving at the landing zone in order to accomplish the mission. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher. 2. B-GA-440-000/AF-000 Tactical Helicopter Operations. The element is required to conduct an airmobile operation in any phase of war. C. Element personnel and aircraft are prepared for movement at the time and place specified. Sufficient aviation assets are available. Denied. Situation. NBC.Battle Task Standards LEVELS TWO TO FOUR H22363113S / H23463113S / H24663113S EXECUTE AIRMOBILE OPERATIONS LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: Unique References: A. B. and EW threats exist. CONDITIONS: a. 1. Appropriate airspace control orders. this BTS applies to any Tactical Transport task using Tactical Aviation. B-GL-322-003/FP-001 Unique Operations. and ROE. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Chapters 5 and 16.

30 seconds. d. contingency plans for alternate action. c.Tactical Aviation Necessary Criteria sufficient numbers of personnel and equipment arrive at the landing zone (LZ) in order to accomplish the mission. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 665 . 3. b. rehearsals. conduct final coordination and briefings once the lifted unit and equipment marry-up with aircraft. and meet specified LZ times within +/. The element must complete the following: a.

The aircraft loads the lifted unit element at the pick-up zone (PZ) and sufficient numbers of personnel and equipment arrive at drop zone (DZ) in order to accomplish the mission. Appropriate airspace control orders. The element is required to execute a parachute insertion in suitable parachute conditions in a permissive environment. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher. 1. Necessary Criteria 1. 2. TASK STANDARD: The element executes the assigned para insertion IAW with orders resulting in sufficient numbers of personnel and equipment arriving at the drop zone in order to accomplish the mission. Element personnel and aircraft are prepared for movement at the time and place specified. 2. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. The element must complete the following: a. B. Chapter 5. 3. B-GL-310-001/FT-001 Airborne Operations. Suitable Drop Zone. Situation. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Denied. and ROE. b.Battle Task Standards H22363114S / H23463114S / H24663114S EXECUTE PARA INSERTION LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: Unique References: A. Chapter 4. Communications with DZ party. conduct final coordination and briefings once the lifted Remarks 666 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Nil. Sufficient aviation assets are available. This task is conducted in conjunction with establishing a drop zone and to support airborne operations. CONDITIONS: a.

d. rehearsals.Tactical Aviation Necessary Criteria unit and equipment marry-up with aircraft. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 667 . and meet specified DZ times within +/. b. contingency plans for alternate action. c.30 seconds.

Any under slung loads are properly rigged and safe for flight (if required). Chapter 16.Battle Task Standards H22305118S / H23405118S / H24605118S PROVIDE AERIAL RESUPPLY LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: All References: A. Nil. 1. B-GA-441-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation Doctrine. CONDITIONS: a. TASK STANDARD: The element moves the supplies from the designated pick up point to the designated drop off point at the specified time IAW orders. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. Denied. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil 668 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . and Security force if required. b. B. Necessary Criteria 1. Tactical Air Movements section (TAMS) support if required. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. Chapter 8. Situation. The element is tasked to execute an aerial resupply mission. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. and Any dangerous cargo is properly authorized and packaged. 2. b. The element must ensure that: a. Appropriate airspace control orders.

b. 3. 2. and ROE. B-GA-441-001/FP-001 Tactical Level Aviation Doctrine. The element maintains security and provides reconnaissance and surveillance as ordered. mitigating the loss of any vehicles due to hostile force interference. Convoy orders and SOP. 2. Appropriate airspace control orders. 4. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. The element provides suppressive fire and protection as required against ambushes. Door gun. TASK STANDARD: The element provides security and protection and surveillance to ensure the convoy reaches its new location by the time specified in the orders. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher.Tactical Aviation LEVELS THREE TO FOUR H23474068S / H24674068S EXECUTE CONVOY ESCORT LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: OOTW Reference: Chapter 3. CONDITIONS: a. Denied. Situation. The element has an understanding of all convoy SOP. The element is involved in tactical operations and is tasked to conduct a convoy escort to accompany and protect a vehicle column. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 669 . Defined area of operations and vehicle ground routing. The element establishes radio communications with convoy as required. Necessary Criteria 1. Nil. Civilian or military organizations may be involved. 1.

Appropriate airspace control orders. The element conducts mission safely with appropriate tactics relevant to the known threat. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. 1. 3. b. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. and successfully extracts VCPs on order.Battle Task Standards H23474115S / H24674115S INSERT VEHICLE CHECK POINT/ROADBLOCK LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: OOTW Reference: Chapter 7. CONDITIONS: a. 2. Situation. Nil. and ROE. TASK STANDARD: The element safely inserts vehicle checkpoints achieving surprise. The element identifies appropriate landing sites to support ground comd’s plan. Necessary Criteria 1. Denied. provides surveillance of VCP and suppressive fire support if necessary. The element maintains security. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 670 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . B-GA-441-001/FP-001 Tactical Level Aviation Doctrine. The element is involved in tactical operations with ground forces requiring the airborne insertion of vehicle check points (VCPs). provides security and mutual support as required. Door guns. 2. Defined area of operations.

The Crew: a. Denied. Necessary Criteria 1. 1. Situation. Coordinates efforts with the tasking RCC/SM. Responds to the search request in a timely manner with appropriate equipment. Access to a Rescue Coordination Center (RCC) or Search Master (SM). b. TASK STANDARD: The Crew locates and identifies the aircraft. and/or personnel in distress in domestic Canada. Nil 2. Appropriate SAR equipment (HOIST. vessel. Search and Rescue Technician (SAR TECH) as required. FLIR. The Crew is required to assist primary Search and Rescue (SAR) efforts or conduct an initial SAR effort. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 671 . B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. CONDITIONS: a. b. SAR in the context of this BTS in considered to be a search for civilian aircraft. Warning order and orders from one level higher. and Follows search procedure and area assignment as detailed by the RCC/SM.Tactical Aviation CREW H22305117S EXECUTE SEARCH AND RESCUE OPERATIONS LEVEL: 2 (Crew) PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 10. and/or personnel in distress and facilitates their rescue. NITESUN) as required. vessel. c. Squadron level resources for planning.

Battle Task Standards TACTICAL AVIATION MAINTENANCE SERVICES CREW H92305120S REPAIR AIRCRAFT SNAGS LEVEL: 2 (Maint Sect) PHASE: All References: A. CONDITIONS a. and IAW orders. B-GA-443-001/FP-001 1 Wing Standing Operating Procedures. Situation. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. B-GA-441-001/FP-001 Tactical Level Aviation Doctrine. A crew sized element. Appropriate tooling. Chapter 9. A new mission is received requiring the timely repair of an aircraft. and Concurrent activity and anticipation maximize the available time in preparation for the mission. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Integral and higher level supply system available. WUSOP 603. The Maint Sect is involved in tactical operations. utilizing aviation (AVN). Consult appropriately with technical authorities. Denied. The Maint Sect provides efficient repair services. avionics (AVS) and aircraft structures (ACS) resources: a. Necessary Criteria 1. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil 672 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Nil. b. b. B. TASK STANDARD: The Maint Sect has repaired and returned to service a snagged aircraft IAW airworthiness requirements. 2. 1.

Necessary Criteria 1. The Maint Sect efficiently carries out an inspection: a. b. Appropriate tooling. Chapter 9. B. Orders from one level of command higher. Trained. B-GA-441-001/FP-001 Tactical Level Aviation Doctrine. Integral and higher level supply system available. Remarks c. B-GA-443-001/FP-001 1 Wing Standing Operating Procedures. Situation. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 673 . qualified and authorized personnel are employed. CONDITIONS: a. and Concurrent activity and anticipation minimize the time required to complete the inspection.04. 2. 1. WUSOP 603. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. TASK STANDARD: The Maint Sect inspects and returns the aircraft to service IAW airworthiness requirements and orders. The Maint Sect is involved in tactical operations and is required to perform a 1st line inspection on an aircraft. A crew sized element. Denied. b.Tactical Aviation H92305121S PERFORM FIRST LINE INSPECTION OF AIRCRAFT LEVEL: 2 (Maint Sect) PHASE: All References: A. Appropriate coordination with technical supporting elements is completed and is available upon immediate need. Nil.

2. WUSOP 603. Chapter 9. Nil.Battle Task Standards SECTION H93405119S EXECUTE A MOBILE REPAIR PARTY (MRP) TASK LEVEL: 3 (Section) PHASE: All References: A. 3. The section is briefed and understands all known information wrt the downed aircraft. Functional BTS: A03403141E MOVE TACTICALLY Remarks 674 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . B. CONDITIONS: a. A Section sized element. routes and locations. Situation. Support personnel and tooling. Dispatch and coordination of appropriate personnel has been carried out. opposing forces. TASK STANDARD: The Section has successfully repaired and returned to service a downed aircraft IAW orders. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. B-GA-441-001/FP-001 Tactical Level Aviation Doctrine. b. All applicable resources are directed to support the MRP. A combat repair of an aircraft is required necessitating the use of a MRP. The section is involved in tactical operations. 2. B-GA-443-001/FP-001 1 Wing Standing Operating Procedures. 1.05. Necessary Criteria 1. Denied.

Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. Appropriate tooling. Situation. Chapter 9. 2. B-GA-441-001/FP-001 Tactical Level Aviation Doctrine. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. B-GA-443-001/FP-001 1 Wing Standing Operating Procedures. e. and IAW orders.Tactical Aviation H93405120S REPAIR AIRCRAFT SNAGS LEVEL: 3 (Section) PHASE: All References: A. Integral and higher level supply system available. 1. B. f. Denied. Avionics (AVS) resources are established. Aviation (AVN) resources are established Aircraft structures (ACS) resources are established. A new mission is received requiring the timely repair of an aircraft. The section provides efficient repair services: a. Remarks Functional BTS: H92305120S REPAIR AIRCRAFT SNAGS B-GL-383-002/PS-002 675 . Consult appropriately with technical authorities. Nil. An AMCRO/Log control section is established. WUSOP 603. and Concurrent activity and anticipation maximize the available time in preparation for the mission. A section sized element. b. Necessary Criteria 1. TASK STANDARD: The section has repaired and returned to service a snagged aircraft IAW airworthiness requirements. c. The section is involved in tactical operations. b. d. CONDITIONS: a.

2. A Flight sized element. 3. Chapter 9. Dispatch and coordination of appropriate personnel has been carried out. Support personnel and tooling. TASK STANDARD: The Flight has successfully repaired and returned to service a downed aircraft IAW orders.05. B-GA-441-001/FP-001 Tactical Level Aviation Doctrine. B-GA-443-001/FP-001 1 Wing Standing Operating Procedures. B. b. 1. Nil. Functional BTS: H93405119S DEPLOY A MOBILE REPAIR PARTY (MRP) Remarks 676 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. CONDITIONS: a. Necessary Criteria 1. All applicable resources are directed to support the MRP. The flight is involved in tactical operations. WUSOP 603. A combat repair of an aircraft is required necessitating the use of a MRP. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Situation. Maintenance OPI has collected from Ops all known information wrt the downed aircraft.Battle Task Standards FLIGHT H94605119S DEPLOY A MOBILE REPAIR PARTY (MRP) LEVEL: 4 (Flight) PHASE: All References: A. 2. Denied.

Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 677 . A security element (if required). Denied. TASK STANDARD: The Flight has successfully recovered and/or salvaged a downed aircraft IAW orders. Chapter 7. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. CONDITIONS: a. B-GA-443-001/FP-001 1 Wing Standing Operating Procedures. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. Dispatch and coordination of appropriate personnel has been carried out. The flight is involved in tactical operations. B-GA-442-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation TTP. 2. A combat recovery and salvage of an aircraft is required. The flight has been briefed and understands all known information wrt the downed aircraft. B. WUSOP 506. 1. Nil. Support personnel and tooling. Chapter 9. Situation. the opposing forces. A Flight sized element. b. B-GA-441-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation Doctrine. C. All applicable other units and external agencies resources support the recovery/salvage of an aircraft if required.Tactical Aviation H94605122S EXECUTE COMBAT RECOVERY AND SALVAGE OF AIRCRAFT LEVEL: 4 (Flight) PHASE: All References: A. 3. routes and locations. 2. Necessary Criteria 1.

e. Aircraft life support equipment (ALSE) resources. Situation. d. and Remarks 678 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . B-GA-441-001/FP-001 Tactical Level Aviation Doctrine. Denied. Necessary Criteria 1. B-GA-443-001/FP-001 1 Wing Standing Operating Procedures. b. B. A new mission is received requiring the element to establish and operate aircraft maintenance services. The Flight is involved in tactical operations. Integral and higher level supply system available. c. 2. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. 1.Battle Task Standards H94605123S PROVIDE AVIATION MAINTENANCE SERVICES (AMS) LEVEL: 4 (Flight) PHASE: All References: A. The Flight provides efficient support to aircraft maintenance operations by establishing: a. b. Aircraft structures (ACS) resources. IAW orders. Nil. Appropriate tooling and facilities. Chapter 9. WUSOP 603. TASK STANDARD: The Flight has established maintenance services and facilities IAW airworthiness requirements. Avionics (AVS) resources. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. A Flight sized element. CONDITIONS: a. and is capable of receiving an aviation element in need of maintenance. An AMCRO/Log control section. Aviation (AVN) resources.

Tactical Aviation Necessary Criteria f. Concurrent activity and anticipation maximize the available time in preparation for the mission. Appropriate coordination with technical supporting elements is completed and is available upon immediate need. 3. Aircraft Maintenance Support Equipment (AMSE) resources. Remarks 2. Functional BTS: H94605122S EXECUTE COMBAT RECOVERY AND SALVAGE OF AIRCRAFT H94605119S DEPLOY A MOBILE REPAIR PARTY (MRP) H93405120S REPAIR AIRCRAFT SNAGS B-GL-383-002/PS-002 679 .

a flight sized element. 1. Denied. The Flight completes the following elements of establishing and operating a FARP: a. The Aviation assets are refuelled and rearmed. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. b. b. The flight is involved in tactical operations. Appropriate coordination with supporting elements and other units is completed. Appropriate route clearances and ROE. 3. Functional BTS: Nil 680 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . A new mission is received requiring the element to carry out FARP operations. Situation. WUSOP 705. CONDITIONS: a. Remarks 2.12 B-GA-443-001/FP-001 1 Wing USOP. B-GA-441-001/FP-001 Tactical Aviation Doctrine. The FARP has completed its support tasks within six hours of establishment Necessary Criteria 1. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. 2. Logistic support personnel and equipment. TASK STANDARD: The flight rearms and/or refuels aviation asset(s) IAW orders. Chapter 10. The Flight establishes the FARP IAW ref A.Battle Task Standards H94605330S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FORWARD ARMING AND REFUELING POINT LEVEL: 4 (Flight) PHASE: ALL References: A. Nil. Concurrent activity and anticipation maximize the available time in preparation for the mission. ensures its security IAW BTS A04604171E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE and sends the FARP O IAW ref B. B.

b. but this separation is artificial. Like the Engineers. although it should be noted some units will have specific-to-arm BTS related to Sustainment at the Integral level.Battle Task Standards CHAPTER 9 COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT 1. Within a Formation level – Levels Two through Four. Within a unit (Integral Support) Levels Two and Three. the CSS approach to BTS has focused on the work as opposed to the organization in a ‘Plug and Play’ system. CSS organizations will be task organized as required. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 681 . the coding differs between Supply and Transport. These BTS are intended to cover CSS BTS at the following Levels: a. At Level Four. 2. The term ‘Company’ should be taken to cover both capabilities (as within a S&T Coy or a FSG). 3.

Denied. and other supporting documentation /records. 682 . collate and send information up and down the chain of command. CONDITIONS: a. Nil. A command post (CP) is required to receive. taking into account all siting and security factors: a. The Platoon establishes the CP following each move. Multiple tasked subordinate elements. messages. Situation. The CP security is established and maintained IAW BTS A03404042E / A04604042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks b. 2. b. and the maintenance of all orders. 1. The site selected permits good communications with higher headquarters and subordinate elements. maps. Higher active command net (real or simulated). Given: (1) (2) (3) c. The CP is concealed and protected from any indirect fire threats and accessible by vehicles. TASK STANDARD: The CP facilitates the effective control of operations through the maintenance of continuous voice and data communications with required internal and external elements. B-GL-332-001/FP-002 Unit SOP. ideally without need for an RRB station and CP is screened from enemy EW devices. Necessary Criteria 1.Battle Task Standards COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT (COMMON) LEVELS THREE AND FOUR L03401062E / L04601062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP LEVEL: Three To Four PHASE: All Reference: USOP 202. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher.

b. c. The communications configuration is established and provided for the CP. The Platoon: a. 2. The CP establishes and maintains communication. Maintains a duty watch officer continuously. c.Combat Service Support Necessary Criteria OPSEC and BTS A03404174E / A04604174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Ensures Orders and Instructions are available for consultation. meeting all operational and technical requirements. The CP is prepared for quick deployment to insure step-up CP functions. as applicable. and Ensures that Proper duty officer briefs are given. and Remarks d. e. using proper radio procedures. including a remote capability when available and a mobile CP as a work area if time permitting. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 683 .

Nil. The CSS unit HQ determines the support concept for and composition of the FSG. b. CONDITIONS: a. 2. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher. Remarks Functional BTS: L04601062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP L13405310E PROVIDE MAINTENANCE SERVICES L23405314E PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION SERVICES L33405321E PROVIDE SUPPLY SERVICES 684 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Siting. Timeliness of deployment. At least one level of command lower. 1. Denied. 2. c. Chapter 9B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. Sections 1-2. Necessary Criteria 1. Supported unit(s). Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. Formation support concept. and Capabilities.Battle Task Standards LEVEL FOUR L04605325E OPERATE A FORWARD SUPPORT GROUP (FSG) LEVEL: 4 (Service Battalion Elements) PHASE: All References: A. Situation. The operational situation requires deployment of a composite CSS subelement closer to supported unit(s). B. B-GL-332-011/FP-001 Insert—Service Support. The FSG supports formation tactical and administrative plans by its: a. TASK STANDARD: The CSS sub-unit forms the basis for a task-tailored CSS organization and deploys a FSG that sustains assigned unit(s) for the required duration. b. TAM 810. Warning order.

The replenishment system provides a continuous supply of consumables. 2. TASK STANDARD: Control of the sustainment system ensures that the comd's freedom of action is not constrained. At least one level of command lower. TAM 810. Denied. Nil. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 685 Remarks . and responds appropriately to forecast and non-forecast requirements. so that: a. orders. B-GL-300-004/FP-001 Sustainment. Necessary Criteria 1. b.Combat Service Support LEVEL SIX L06701006S CONTROL SUSTAINMENT LEVEL: 6 (Service Battalion) PHASE: All Reference: A. Situation. B. or comd’s intent from one level of command higher. Chapter 2. 1. and The LEMS provides the repair. The formation is conducting operations and must be sustained for the duration required to achieve its objectives. Brigade support concept. b. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. The HQ maintains continuous situational awareness of unit resources and capabilities. CONDITIONS: a. giving him the widest selection of sustainable tactical choices to enhance manoeuvre. B-GL-332-011/FP-001 Insert Service Support. recovery and limited replacement of damaged equipment IAW established priorities. Warning order. Supported unit(s).

Battle Task Standards Functional BTS: L04601062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP L14605310E PROVIDE MAINTENANCE SERVICES L24605314E PROVIDE TRANSPORT SERVICES L34605321E PROVIDE SUPPLY SERVICES L04605325E OPERATE A FSG L53403306E PREPARE RAIL. SEA. AND ROAD MOVE L42605305S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIELD POST OFFICE 686 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . AIR.

aid distribution and PW plans. Necessary Criteria 1. Situation. CONDITIONS: a. Accommodation. Warning order. Maximum protection for defence from enemy penetrations and enemy artillery. power and other facilities that are available. B-GL-345/001/FP-001 Brigade Group Service Battalion in Battle. 2. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher. c. Nil. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 687 Remarks . d. The tactical situation and/or the formation administrative plan requires a move of the BSA. The BSA is sited IAW reference B with emphasis on: a. TAM 810 B-GL-332-011/FP-001 Insert Service Support. TASK STANDARD: The new site meets the requirements of all BSA units and the formation tactical and administrative plans.Combat Service Support L06701324S SITE THE BRIGADE SUPPORT AREA (BSA) LEVEL: 6 (Service Battalion) PHASE: All Reference: A. b. B. Chapter 3. including comd and staff. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. Sufficient space and adequate road networks to permit dispersion. 1. At least one level of command higher. b. e. hard standing. Access and proximity to forward and rear supply routes. Denied. CSS sub-units and other units located in the BSA. Signal communications suitability. Capacity to support displaced personnel.

Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria f. and Alternate area selected to permit rapid action in the event that the primary area becomes untenable. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil 688 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . No disruption to tactical and administrative plans. g.

Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Chapter 4. USOP 603. Nil. policies and priorities are provided. Necessary Criteria 1. 2. B-GL-314-008/AM-008. 3. C. TASK STANDARD: The MRT repairs and/or recovers the equipment IAW the Permissive Repair Schedules. B. Chapter 5 and Section 8. 2. The EME Handbook. Situation. The formation maintenance plan. The MRT/Recovery Team executes Battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Denied. Working under extreme and/or tactical conditions. in order to apply the appropriate course of action IAW the Permissive Repair Schedule. b.Combat Service Support MAINTENANCE SECTION / DETACHMENT / TEAM L1235307E PERFORM MRT TASK LEVEL: 2 (MRT/Recovery Team) PHASE: All References: A. The formation is operating in a tactical setting. CONDITIONS: a. the MRT/Recovery Team then: B-GL-383-002/PS-002 689 Remarks . The MRT/Recovery Team moves to the designated location IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY. Mobile Repair Teams (MRT) possess the same mobility as the units and vehicles they support. B-GL-342-001/FP-000 Land Equipment Management System. B-GL-332-001/FP-002 Unit SOP. 1. and the enemy threat. 4. Chapter 9. Based on the assessment and IAW orders. The assets assess the extent of the repair or recovery casualty in the context of the tactical situation.

b. or Recovers the casualty to the Equipment Collection Point. Remarks 5.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria a. cannibalization and salvage as authorized. 6. The MRT/Recovery Team denies equipment IAW BTS A02304167S DENY EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES as required. c. The MRT/Recovery Team controls robbing. Functional BTS: Nil 690 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Conducts the repair in situ. or Recovers the casualty to an alternate location and conducts the repair.

The formation maintenance plan. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 691 . The ECP facilitates the effective control of vehicles and equipment requiring repair beyond the scope of the integral support maintenance unit. b. Necessary Criteria 1. 2. B-GL-342-001/FP-000 Land Equipment Management System. c. b. TASK STANDARD: The ECP is sited and operational within three hours of receiving the task. B. Operations dictate that an Equipment Collection Point (ECP) be established to assist in the backloading and repair of vehicles/equipment from integral units. Ensure communications with the company in reference to type and number of casualties is maintained. policies and priorities are provided. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Control measures provide for security and account for all equipment received.Combat Service Support L12305308E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN EQUIPMENT COLLECTION POINT LEVEL: 2 (Maintenance Section) PHASE: All References: A. The ECP is cleared by the GS Maint Coy. 1. Nil. Ensure control measures are in place to account for equipment requiring backloading/repair. CONDITIONS : a. B-GL-332-001/FP-002 Unit SOP. USOP 603. Situation. Denied. and Execute repairs as directed in repair priorities from higher authorities. The Maintenance Section will: a. Accept equipment. d. Working under extreme and/or tactical conditions. Chapter 4.

Functional BTS: Nil 692 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Control measures provide for security and account for all equipment received. Establishes and operates the BLP. The Maintenance Section ensures that local security measures are established IAW BTS A02304174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. policies and priorities. e. d. Necessary Criteria 1. Prepares to destroy equipment and supplies IAW BTS A02304167S DENY EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES as required. 2. Nil. Situation. B. b. Maintains communications with Maintenance Company providing support to the formation. Disposes. CONDITIONS: a. robs and cannibalizes as required. The Maintenance Section: a. c. 1. 2. Section 6. TASK STANDARD: The backloading point (BLP) is to be sited and operational within four hours of receiving the task. Chapter 4. c. b. The section is deployed as part of the CSS organization providing maintenance support to the brigade in the combat zone (CZ). Given. Remarks f. The Joint Force and brigade maintenance’s plans.Battle Task Standards L12305309E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN EQUIPMENT BACKLOADING POINT LEVEL: 2 (Section) PHASE: All References: A. Denied. B-GL-314-008/AM-002 The EME Handbook. B-GL-342-001/FP-001 Land Equipment Management System. Receives minor and major equipment. Chapter 4. Recovers to repair facilities as required.

B-GL-342-001/FP-000 Land Equipment Management System. USOP 603. 3. Chapter 9. b. Chapter 4. The Platoon executes Battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE and plans its workload for the upcoming tasks. Effective action is taken to counter enemy threat and/or action. It must respond effectively to all other tasks. The formation maintenance plan. B-GL-314-008/AM-008. Denied. policies and priorities are provided. 3. and Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 693 . Mobile Repair Teams (MRT) possess the same mobility as the units and vehicles they support. C. 2. The Platoon executes repair and recovery operations. Situaton. TASK STANDARD: Effective maintenance support and/or technical advice are provided to the supported elements such that supported elements meet mandated equipment readiness levels. as ordered. Recovery to the relevant repair facility. Necessary Criteria 1. CONDITIONS: a. including: a. B. Given: (1) (2) (3) c.Combat Service Support PLATOON L13405310E PROVIDE MAINTENANCE SERVICES LEVEL: 3 (Platoon) PHASE: All References: A. Nil. including augmentation of subordinate maintenance organizations. Working under extreme and/or tactical conditions. The Platoon establishes and operates a CP IAW BTS L03401062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP. The EME Handbook. Chapter 5 and Section 8. 4. B-GL-332-001/FP-002 Unit SOP. The formation is operating in a tactical setting.

Receipt of minor and major equipment. Remarks 4. 6. 7. Functional BTS: L03401062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP L12305307E PERFORM A MRT TASK 694 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The Platoon recces. The Platoon plans and executes a modification programme as directed. The Platoon assists in planning on equipment casualties estimates. The Platoon controls robbing. The Platoon counters enemy threats and actions IAW BTS A03404174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. cannibalization and salvage as authorized. 5. establishes and operates possible ECP and BLP sites as directed IAW BTS L12305308E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN ECP and BTS L12305309E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A BLP. 8.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria b.

B. the Company maintains a Control Office which performs the following tasks: a. as ordered. Chapters 3 and 4. IAW References. USOP 603. B-GL-342-001/FP-000 Land Equipment Management System. including augmentation of subordinate maintenance organizations. CONDITIONS: a. The Company establishes and operates a CP IAW BTS L04601062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP. Effective action is taken to counter enemy threat and/or action. The formation maintenance plan. It must respond effectively to all other tasks. The EME Handbook. B-GL-314-008/AM-008. classification and condemnation services. Chapter 9. Necessary Criteria 1. B-GL-332-001/FP-002 Unit SOP. Situation. D. Given: (1) (2) c. Technical Inspection. The formation is operating in a tactical setting and requires maintenance support to maintain combat effectiveness. Mobile Repair Teams (MRT) possess the same mobility as the units and vehicles they support. b. 1.Combat Service Support L14605310E PROVIDE MAINTENANCE SERVICES LEVEL: 4 (Company) PHASE: All References: A. 3. C-04-025-002/AG-000 Management Procedures and Guidelines—Condemnation of Land Technical Equipment by Base/Station Land Maintenance Sections and Maintenance Companies. Chapter 5 and Section 8. Nil. policies and priorities are provided. TASK STANDARD: Effective maintenance support and/or technical advice are provided to the supported units of the formation such that supported units meet mandated equipment readiness levels. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 695 . Denied. 2. 2. C. The Company executes Battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE and plans company workload for the upcoming tasks.

The Company executes repair and recovery operations. The Company counters enemy threats and actions IAW BTS A04604174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. 7. 6. The Company provides land management equipment system management. The Company plans and executes a modification programme as directed. b. cannibalization and salvage as authorized. and Accounts for work conducted by Company elements. and Receipt of minor and major equipment. classification and condemnation services IAW USOP. Functional BTS: L13405310E PROVIDE MAINTENANCE SERVICES L04601062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP 696 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The Company recces. 8. The Company controls robbing. The Company provides other maintenance tasks such as technical inspection. 12. 11. 9. Recovery to the relevant repair facility. c. The Company assists in planning on equipment casualties estimates. and 10. The Company denies equipment IAW BTS A04604167S DENY EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES as required.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria b. 5. establishes and operates possible ECP and BLP sites as directed IAW BTS L12305308E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN ECP and BTS L12305309E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A BLP. Tasks work IAW Maintenance priorities. including: a. Remarks 4.

3. Chapter 3. The Transport Section: a. DP opening and closing times must be met. Loads all stores requirement (including mail) and preparing issue vouchers. Assesses the details to ensure there are no problems. b. The Transport Section lays out the commodities in the starting from B-GL-383-002/PS-002 697 .Combat Service Support TRANSPORT SECTION L2235311E EXECUTE DELIVERY POINT OPERATIONS LEVEL: 2 (Transport Section) PHASE: All Reference: Section 4. The Transport Section moves to the DP location IAW BTS A02303141E MOVE TACTICALLY. Situation. B-GL-341-001/FP-001 Land Replenishment System. Working under extreme and/or tactical conditions. c. any time of the day and as often as possible on behalf of designated units. Executes battle procedure IAW BTS A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. b. The Logistic Operations (Log Ops) centre has received Delivery Point (DP) requests and supply requests from various units. 1. Nil. CONDITIONS: a. Effective action is taken to counter enemy threat and/or action. Remarks 2. Necessary Criteria 1. 2. Denied. Given: (1) (2) c. DP will operate. depending on enemy situation. TASK STANDARD: Re-supply by DP is successfully conducted IAW ref C between the receiving unit/sub-unit and the DP convoy.

Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria the entrance of the IN route as follows: salvage. stores. as they will enter from the OUT route when setting up. Upon completion. units will have their ammunition vehicles leading. rations. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 698 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . the Transport Section provides a report to the platoon. and ammunition. followed by vehicles for stores. Section vehicles will be in reverse order. 4. and salvage. When entering the DP. POL. Petroleum. Oil and Lubricant (POL). rations.

conducted and controlled effectively when executed. Coordinates additional support measures as required. Necessary Criteria 1. The formation transportation plan. Given: (1) (2) c. Section 4. 1. b. d. TAM 602. TASK STANDARD: The Transport Section must demonstrate full compliance with ref B. Nil. Situation. Executes task.Combat Service Support L22305312E PROVIDE GENERAL TRANSPORTATION LIFT LEVEL: 2 (Transport Section) PHASE: All References: A. and Reports to platoon upon completion of task. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 699 . this may include dumping programmes or passenger lift.03. B-GL-341-001/FP-001 Land Replenishment System. S&T Coy may be directed to place supplies on the ground in a designated location or to deliver supplies to a unit ahead of schedule. Denied. Chapter 3. 2. Confirms required control measures. The Transport Section receives a task for general transport lift from the platoon. Although not recommended. Working under extreme and/or tactical conditions. The Transport Section must execute the following tasks: a. c. Plan appropriate resources and personnel for task. Passenger lift and dumping programmes. policies and priorities are provided. B. CONDITIONS: a. are carefully planned. when required. Effective action is taken to counter any enemy threat and/or action. B-GL-332-001/FP-002 Tactical Aide-Memoire. b. e.

Battle Task Standards PLATOON L23405311E EXECUTE DELIVERY POINT OPERATIONS LEVEL: 3 (A Platoon or B Platoon) PHASE: All Reference: Section 4. The Platoon: a. Necessary Criteria 1. Working under extreme and/or tactical conditions. TASK STANDARD: Re-supply by DP is successfully conducted IAW USOP between the receiving unit/sub-unit and the DP convoy. DP will operate. Remarks 2. DP opening and closing times must be met. Nil. Effective action is taken to counter enemy threat and/or action. Oil and Lubricant (POL). 2. The Platoon lays out the commodities in the starting from the entrance of the IN route as follows: salvage. Situation. c. B-GL-341-001/FP-001 Land Replenishment System. 700 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The Platoon moves to the DP location IAW BTS A03403141E MOVE TACTICALLY and BTS A03403142E CONDUCT A ROAD MOVEMENT. CONDITIONS: a. Given: (1) (2) c. Assesses the details to ensure there are no problems. Chapter 3. depending on enemy situation. b. b. The Logistic Operations (Log Ops) centre has received Delivery Point (DP) requests and supply requests from various units. Denied. Petroleum. 3. any time of the day and as often as possible on behalf of designated units. and Loads all stores requirement (including mail) and preparing issue vouchers. 1. Executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE.

units will have their ammunition vehicles leading.Combat Service Support Necessary Criteria rations. 4. Upon completion. and salvage. as they will enter from the OUT route when setting up. POL. rations. When entering the DP. and ammunition. Platoon vehicles will be in reverse order. followed by vehicles for stores. the Platoon provides a report to the higher headquarters. Functional BTS: L22305311E EXECUTE DP OPERATIONS Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 701 . stores.

The Platoon will perform reconnaissance of primary and alternate sites and contact points with a view to the siting. depending on the tactical situation. on the ground or in some combination of the two. Commodity point are open for a short and limited period of time. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil 702 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The commodity point may be established. The Platoon successfully meets the needs of the units being supported. b. Necessary Criteria 1. either on wheels. and A03404042E DEVELOP AND MAINTAIN OPSEC. TASK STANDARD: The Platoon is expected to establish and conduct commodity point IAW USOP.Battle Task Standards L23405313E / L33405313E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A COMMODITY POINT LEVEL: 3 (A Platoon or B Platoon or C Platoon) PHASE: All Reference: Section 4. Denied. The Platoon establishes and operates the commodity point IAW the following BTS: a. Working under extreme and/or tactical conditions. Chapter 3. The Platoon is directed to establish a commodity point. CONDITIONS: a. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. General instructions as to the location of the commodity point are provided. 2. EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. 1. 2. layout and defence of the point. Situation. B-GL-341-001/FP-001 Land Replenishment System. b. Nil. Effective action is taken to counter any enemy threat and/or action. A03404174E.

B-GL-341-001/FP-001 Land Replenishment System. Coordinates additional support measures as required. The formation transportation plan. B-GL-332-001/FP-002 Tactical Aide-Memoire. TAM 602. B. are carefully planned. Executes task. 1. The platoon may be directed to place supplies on the ground in a designated location or to deliver supplies to a unit ahead of schedule. e. Nil. CONDITIONS: a. Given: (1) (2) c. Necessary Criteria 1. Confirms required control measures. b. 2.Combat Service Support L23405314E PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION SERVICES LEVEL: 3 (Transport Platoon) PHASE: All References: A. policies and priorities are provided. TASK STANDARD: The Transport Platoon must demonstrate full compliance with ref B. In response to the tasking. Passenger lift and dumping programmes. Plan appropriate resources and personnel for task. Section 4. Denied. Effective action is taken to counter any enemy threat and/or action.03. when required. Chapter 3. and Reports to higher headquarters upon completion of task. c. Although not recommended. this may include dumping programmes or passenger lift. Working under extreme and/or tactical conditions. the Transport Platoon must: a. conducted and controlled effectively when executed. d. A Transport Platoon receives a task for general transport lift from the company. b. Remarks Functional BTS: L22305312E PROVIDE GENERAL TRANSPORT LIFT L03401062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP L23405315E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A REPLENISHMENT POINT L23405316E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN EXCHANGE POINT B-GL-383-002/PS-002 703 . Situation.

(2) c. issue. and receipt of supplies IAW prescribed supply policies and directives from higher authorities. Processes demands. The platoon: a. B-GL-341-001/FP-002 Land Replenishment System. d. Processes equipment returns.Battle Task Standards L23405315E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A REPLENISHMENT POINT LEVEL: 3 (Platoon) PHASE: All Reference: Section 4. b. b. partisan or ground dismounted/mounted elements to platoon/troop size and a possible unsympathetic local population. The transfer of the RP to another platoon/company must be completed without loss of demands or disruption to flow of materiel. Chapter 3. Establishes and operates the RP. Denied. 1. The area of operations may/may not provide for siting in a built-up area. Effective action must be taken to forecast requirements and respond to potential shortages and to counter any OPFOR threat/action. Nil. TASK STANDARD: The platoon establishes the replenishment point (RP) IAW sound principles of siting. 2. Necessary Criteria 1. Accounts for supplies. The RP is capable of holding the required days of supply (DOS) of combat supplies and selected other supply classes as the support concept dictates. Given: (1) Possible OPFOR threat includes air attack. and ensures effective accounting. c. The re-establishment of an RP in a new location must be completed within 48 hours of an order to move. Remarks 704 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . CONDITIONS: a. The platoon is deployed to provide replenishment support to the brigade group or other supporting units. The operation begins IAW assigned timings. Situation.

f. Operates ration point. h. The Platoon ensures that local security measures are established IAW BTS A03404174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Remarks 2. Operates ammunition point. Operates petroleum oils and lubricants (POL) point.Combat Service Support Necessary Criteria e. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 705 . Coordinates transportation resources as required. g.

host nation or local populations. It is at these points where the actual transfer of goods to the CS element is conducted. Given: (1) (2) c. and re-issues) the EP in accordance with orders.Battle Task Standards L23405316E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN EXCHANGE POINT LEVEL: 3 (Transport Platoon) PHASE: All Reference: Nil 1. provides temporary storage. OPFOR activities may disrupt. Denied. Action must be taken to counter enemy threats in the defined zone of operations Necessary Criteria 1. delay or even destroy the LOC. can flow forward and upon which salvage repairables and vehicles needing repairs can flow backwards. Processes equipment returns. Effective planning and command and control (C2) must be achieved. TASK STANDARD: The Transport Platoon establishes (reconnaissance (recces). b. Establishes and operates the EP. Remarks 706 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . b. Due to the forward movement of the CS element. The operation of sustainment points. Nil. The Transport Platoon: a. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. through which supplies. Support may need to be coordinated with other forces. and national or international support agencies. such as replenishment points (RP) or exchange points (EP) are required at the terminus of the LOC. c. 2. protects and controls) and operates (receives. Accounts for supplies. replacement equipment and personnel. sites. Processes demands. the LOC between them and the RP has become too long. etc. An EP is required. d. A line of communications (LOC) is required between the theatre logistics base (TLB) and combat support elements.

and Operates combat supply points. The Transport Platoon ensures that local security measures are established IAW BTS A03404174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Coordinates transportation resources as required. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 707 .Combat Service Support Necessary Criteria e. Remarks 2. f.

CONDITIONS: a. depending on enemy situation. Working under extreme and/or tactical conditions. and Upon completion. Assesses the details to ensure there are no problems. The Logistic Operations (Log Ops) centre has received Delivery Point (DP) requests and supply requests from various units. Determines rtes to the DPs and requests clearance from brigade HQ through Log Ops. b. 2. B-GL-341-001/FP-001 Land Replenishment System. 1. Denied. c. provides a report of the DP operations for the daily logistic brief. b. DP opening and closing times must be met. d. e. Prepares and issues DP orders. The Company: a. Remarks Functional BTS: L23405314E PROVIDE TRANSPORT SERVICES 708 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . DP will operate. Loads all stores requirement (including mail) and prepares issue vouchers. TASK STANDARD: Re-supply by DP is successfully conducted in accordance with USOP between the receiving unit/sub-unit and the DP convoy. Chapter 3. any time of the day and as often as possible on behalf of designated units. Given: (1) (2) c. Effective action is taken to counter enemy threat and/or action. Nil.Battle Task Standards COMPANY L24605311E EXECUTE DELIVERY POINT OPERATIONS LEVEL: 4 (Company) PHASE: All Reference: Section 4. Situation. Necessary Criteria 1.

Upon receiving a task. Denied. priority of action. Confirm the task requirement to determine transportation support requirements including resource requirements. Effective action is taken to counter any enemy threat/action. All assigned general transport tasks and maintenance of transport records are IAW SOP and are to be effective for sustained operations. ensuring required forces. Determine route characteristics. Assign tasks to appropriate internal elements for B-GL-383-002/PS-002 709 Remarks b. and requirements for additional support. c. The Transport Company conducts its primary support mission for providing general. Necessary Criteria 1. delivery of armoured fighting vehicles. and major components as well as the forward movement of personnel replacements. the Company will: a. detailed timings. d. equipment. Situation. Given: (1) (2) c. troop lift. Orders and Instructions from higher headquarters (HQ). Effective planning. tactical transport. Determine the availability of integral and assigned resources. . TASK STANDARD: The Company successfully carries out transport tasks IAW SOP and directives from higher authorities. and coordination must be achieved. load characteristics. constraints. CONDITIONS: a. Multiple tasked subordinate elements. Nil. b.Combat Service Support L24605314E PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION SERVICES LEVEL: 4 (Company) PHASE: All Reference: Chapters 2 and 3. distances. and bulk commodities are delivered at the requested time and place indicated. and security. 1. B-GL-341-001/FP-001 Land Force Replenishment. 2. command and control.

The Company will execute normal battle procedure IAW BTS A04601000E. EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. and Provides and receives briefings as required Remarks 2. Functional BTS: L23405318E EXECUTE A DUMPING PROGRAMME L23405317E CARRY AND DISTRIBUTE THE MAINTENANCE LOAD L04601062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP L23405314E PROVIDE TRANSPORT SERVICES 710 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . f. e. Clarify the task assignments with higher headquarters or supported units.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria execution.

b. An EP is required. etc. the LOC between them and the RP has become too long. CONDITIONS: a. Processes equipment returns. 2. OPFOR activities may disrupt.Combat Service Support L24605316E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN EXCHANGE POINT LEVEL: 4 (Company) PHASE: All Reference: Nil 1. c. Effective planning and command and control (C2) must be achieved. sites. Due to the forward movement of the CS element. TASK STANDARD: The Company establishes (reconnaissance (recces). Nil. Situation. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 711 . can flow forward and upon which salvage repairables and vehicles needing repairs can flow backwards. Support may need to be coordinated with other forces. replacement equipment and personnel. and national or international support agencies. Accounts for supplies. Establishes and operates the EP. host nation or local populations. Denied. Processes demands. b. Action must be taken to counter enemy threats in the defined zone of operations Necessary Criteria 1. such as replenishment points (RP) or exchange points (EP) are required at the terminus of the LOC. provides temporary storage. and re-issues) the EP in accordance with orders. A line of communications (LOC) is required between the theatre logistics base (TLB) and combat support elements. through which supplies. delay or even destroy the LOC. Given: (1) (2) c. The Company: a. It is at these points where the actual transfer of goods to the CS element is conducted. d. protects and controls) and operates (receives. The operation of sustainment points.

Functional BTS: L23405316E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN EXCHANGE POINT 712 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria e. and Operates combat supply points. The Company ensures that local security measures are established IAW BTS A04604174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. f. Remarks 2. Coordinates transportation resources as required.

It ensures full compliance with all forms of replenishment delivery under a variety of conditions. CONDITIONS: a. Chapter 2. b. Denied.Combat Service Support L2465317E CARRY AND DISTRIBUTE THE MAINTENANCE LOAD LEVEL: 4 (Company) PHASE: All Reference: Section 3. Effective action is taken to counter any enemy threat / action. 1. Routine daily replenishment meets all prescribed timings. B-GL-341-001/FP-001 Land Replenishment System. Situation. Nil. All methods of delivery of commodities must be exercised. Functional BTS: L24605311E EXECUTE DP OPERATIONS L24605315E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A REPLENISHMENT POINT L24605313E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A COMMODITY POINT Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 713 . Distribution of stores include all classes of supply including mail and personnel replacements. Cargo should be protected to the maximum extent possible. TASK STANDARD: The Company ensures close coordination between supply and transport Platoons. 2. The Company protects the maintenance load. Given. Upon completion of daily replenishment. c. the maintenance load is re-established. 2. Necessary Criteria 1. The Company ensures commodities are distributed according to unit demands using delivery methods appropriate to the situation. 3. The Company ensures proper identification of the maintenance load.

Remarks b. with emphasis on the constraints to the programme. delay or even destroy the LOC. The Company plans for the dumping programme: a. 2. b. The Company adjusts the programme to contingencies as required with minimal interruption to the programme. Effective action is taken in response to enemy threat/action. Situation. CONDITIONS: a. Prepares a road move IAW BTS A04603142E EXECUTE A ROAD MOVE. The Company is providing transportation support to tactical operations. Chapter 3. c. engineer stores. defence stores). 2. B-GL-341-001/FP-001 Land Replenishment System. Effective planning command and control is achieved. TASK STANDARD: The Company successfully carries out the dumping programme IAW SOP and orders. The Company loads materiel and off-loads material at the relevant locations in a timely manner.Battle Task Standards L24605318E EXECUTE A DUMPING PROGRAMME LEVEL: 4 (Company) PHASE: All Reference: Section 4. Denied. Given. OPFOR activities may disrupt. the carrying capacity of avail resources and the quantity of materiel. The dumping programme is completed within the allocated time frame. 3. Nil. Necessary Criteria 1. Executes Battle Procedure IAW BTS A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 1. The Company receives a tasking from the supporting CSS headquarters (HQ) to conduct a dumping programme (ammunition. Functional BTS: L23405314E PROVIDE TRANSPORT SERVICES 714 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

Explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) services include: a. Ammunition stores. Denied. receipt and issues functions. Nil. TASK STANDARD: Within a large geographical area. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 715 . Subordinate elements. the section must effectively provide ammo support on behalf of the FMSB. Orders from one level of command higher. CONDITIONS: a. The Ammunition Section as part of the Ammunition Platoon performs the ammo service beyond the stocking. in conjunction with National (Canadian) authorities. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. OPFOR interference may take the form of small dismounted infantry forces. Provide improvised explosive device disposal (IEDD) capability within FMSB and supported land component area of operations. Complete all render safe procedures in support of FMSB and supported land component. 2. special forces activity and non military criminal activity. Situation. b. biological and chemical (NBC) attack. host nation authorities and allied/coalition forces IAW ref A. air strike. Nuclear. 1.Combat Service Support SUPPLY SECTION L32304319S PROVIDE AMMO AND EOD SERVICES LEVEL: 2 (Ammunition Section) PHASE: All Reference: C-09-153-001/TS-000 Ammunition Depots and Fixed Ammunition Facilities. long/medium range artillery. b. Necessary Criteria 1.

Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria c. Confer with policing agencies on matters pertaining to ammunition inspections. Remarks 2. 3. Dispose of ammunition as directed. Cantonment site inspections. 5. and Intelligence gathering. siting and safety. repair and disposal as required: a. disposal. Mobile ammunition inspection and repair team (MAIRT) conducts all ammunition related services. Surrendered holdings to determine disposition. c. d. and Perform explosive ordnance reconnaissance (EOR)/EOD. EOD/IEDD. b. For ammunition reclamation. Provide technical advice to FMSB and supported land component commanders with regard to explosive storage. including inspection. d. Dispose of stocks as directed as part of overall stockage denial plan. 4. Functional BTS: Nil 716 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

Denied. Ammunition stores. Subordinate elements. Provide improvised explosive device disposal (IEDD) capability for the supported land component area of operations. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) services include: a. the platoon must effectively provide ammunition support on behalf of the supporting CSS organizations in conjunction with national (Canadian) authorities. long/medium range artillery. nuclear. Complete all render safe procedures in support of the CSS organization and supported land component. . TASK STANDARD: Within a large geographical area. Situation.Combat Service Support PLATOON L33404319S PROVIDE AMMUNITION AND EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL SERVICES LEVEL: 3 (Combat Supply Platoon) PHASE: All Reference: C-09-153-001/TS-000 Ammunition Depots and Fixed Ammunition Facilities. air strike. Necessary Criteria 1. 1. special forces activity and non-military criminal activity. and B-GL-383-002/PS-002 717 Remarks c. CONDITIONS: a. Enemy interference may take the form of small dismounted infantry forces. b. biological and chemical (NBC) attack. receipt and issues functions. Nil. The Ammunition Platoon as part of the Supply Company of the Forward Mobile Support Battalion (FMSB) performs the ammunition service beyond the stocking. b. 2. Orders from one level of command higher. host nation authorities and allied/coalition forces IAW ref A. Dispose of ammunition as directed.

Dispose of stocks as directed as part of overall stockage denial plan. Confer with policing agencies on matters pertaining to ammunition inspections. Functional BTS: L32304319S PROVIDE AMMO AND EOD SERVICES 718 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . b. For ammunition reclamation. and Intelligence gathering. Perform explosive ordnance reconnaissance (EOR)/EOD. Mobile ammunition inspection and repair team (MAIRT) conducts all ammunition related services. 4. 3. siting and safety. Cantonment site inspections. Remarks 2. Surrendered holdings to determine disposition. d. disposal. c. including inspection. Provide technical advice to CSS and supported land component commanders with regard to explosive storage. EOD/IEDD. repair and disposal as required: a. 5.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria d.

B-GJ-005-311/FP-010 Nuclear. b. This task will normally be conducted at MOPP 4. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Command and Control Centre. Nil. Necessary Criteria 1. weapons. Effective and thorough decon of unit sized elements must be performed. c. with 60 persons per hour. Effective response is made to enemy threat/action. The LBD Platoon is prepared to deploy upon receipt of taskings to perform thorough decontamination (decon) of a contaminated unit. Vehicle and equipment decon line. such that hazards to personnel. Personnel decon line. Chapter 7. Denied. The new decon project has a requirement for a BG in 24 hours. Chemical Defence Operations 1.Combat Service Support L33404322S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A DECON SITE LEVEL: 3 (LBD Platoon) PHASE: All Reference: Section 3. clothing. Potential locations and prescribed routes for the platoon and supported units will be as directed. Biological. Information on quantities of vehicles. Situation. and Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 719 . CONDITIONS: a. b. Engineer resources have been made available. 2. The LBD Platoon establishes and operates the decon site to include the following functions: a. equipment. TASK STANDARD: The platoon must successfully establish a decon site IAW SOP. personnel and equipment. vehicles and supplies are completely eliminated or neutralized. Medical personnel and equipment have been made available.

The LBD platoon ensures that local security measures are established IAW BTS A03404174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Functional BTS: Nil 720 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Remarks 2. Medical decon line.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria d.

Situation. Sites the field storage location. the platoon must effectively coordinate ammunition support. Necessary Criteria 1. long/medium range artillery. 1. host nation and allied forces authorities. Given. biological and chemical (NBC) attack and non-military criminal activity. TASK STANDARD: Within a large geographical area. Enemy interference is minimal but may take the form of small dismounted infantry forces. c. in conjunction with national (Canadian) authorities. b. CONDITIONS: a. b. The platoon: a. and Accounting and administration. Receipt and issue. Warehousing. 2. nuclear. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 721 . Note: Ammunition storage/maintenance areas present a prime aerial target. Denied. Remarks Explosive ordinance devices (EOD) Disposal IAW BTS L33404319S PROVIDE AMMO AND EOD DISPOSAL SERVICES. The ammunition platoon (Ammo Pl) provides general ammunition support and technical advice to CSS organizations and the supported formation on a 24/7 basis within the theatre of operations. Salvage. Conducts: (1) (2) (3) (4) c.Combat Service Support L33405320S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AMMUNITION FIELD STORAGE SITE LEVEL: 3 (Ammo Platoon) PHASE: All Reference: C-09-153-001/TS-000 Ammunition Depots and Fixed Ammunition Facilities. air strike. Nil. therefore emphasis shall be placed on camouflage and concealment.

f. g. Provides Mobile ammunition inspection and repair team (MAIRT). e. Ammunition reclamation (friend or foe). and Plans and prepares for strategic denial. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil 722 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Repair and/or ammunition processing.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria d.

Possible OPFOR threat includes air attack. The Platoon is deployed and providing replenishment support to supported elements ither cyclically or on demand. Processes demands and issues stock. Coordinates receipt of materiel. c. d.Combat Service Support L33405321E PROVIDE SUPPLY SERVICES LEVEL: 3 (Supply Platoon) PHASE: All Reference: Chapters 2 and 3. B-GL-341-001/FP-002 Land Replenishment System. 2. c. f. Denied. TASK STANDARD: The Platoon ensures effective control of accounting. e. Manages supplies. and Safeguards and controls hazardous material. partisan or ground troops up to platoon size and a possible unsympathetic local population. Necessary Criteria 1. Nil. All activities are coordinated with supply company headquarters (HQ) and adhere to policies issued by the supporting CSS organization. CONDITIONS: a. issue and receipt of contingent supplies in accordance with prescribed supply policies and directives from higher authorities. Conducts local procurements as applicable. The Platoon: a. Situation. 1. Transportation requirements are coordinated with supporting CSS organization company and replenishment platoons. Effective action is taken to forecast requirements and respond to potential shortages. Given. Effective response is taken to counter any enemy threat/action. The Platoon ensures that local security measures are established IAW BTS A03404174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Remarks Functional BTS: L03401062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP L33404322E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A DECONTAMINATION SITE L33405323E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A LAUNDRY AND SHOWER CENTRE L33405320S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN AMMUNITION FIELD STORAGE SITE B-GL-383-002/PS-002 723 . b. b.

Effective responses are made to enemy threat/action. Situation. b. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. 724 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Orders from one level of command higher. Implements a security plan for the site IAW BTS A03404174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. and Remarks b. Establishes and operates the laundry and shower facilities. d. Necessary Criteria 1. maintenance. Executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE taking into account all environmental requirements. and a possibly unsympathetic local population. The platoon: a. Identifies all engineering. TASK STANDARD: The platoon must establish a functional laundry and shower site within ten hours of receipt of tasking and in accordance with (IAW) standard operating procedures (SOP).Battle Task Standards L33405323E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE LAUNDRY AND SHOWER CENTRE LEVEL: 3 (LBD Platoon) PHASE: All Reference: Nil 1. 2. Nil. Possible enemy threat includes air attack. CONDITIONS: a. partisan or ground forces up to platoon size. The platoon provides support to brigade or Joint Support Group (JSG) elements as ordered. Probable unit requirements and timings. Denied. c. Potential locations and prescribed routes for the platoon and supported units. or personnel requirements and any other support necessary to establish and maintain the operation of a laundry and shower site.

Combat Service Support Necessary Criteria e. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 725 . Informs chain of command of location and opening time for site.

B-GL-341-001/FP-001 Land Replenishment System. Nil. b. Platoon sized element. Effective action is taken to counter any enemy threat or action. issue and receipt of the formation maintenance load of combat supplies.Battle Task Standards L33405329E PROVIDE COMBAT SUPPLY SERVICES LEVEL: 3 (Combat Supply Platoon) PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 2. and Coordinates the return of the formation’s repairable and salvage as required. CONDITIONS: a. The formation is deployed and requires sustainment. TASK STANDARD: The Combat Supply Platoon ensures effective accounting. Situation. Receives. The replenishment policy is provided by higher headquarters (HQ). Accounts for the formation maintenance load of combat supplies. b. Necessary Criteria 1. Working under extreme and/or tactical conditions. 1. c. The Combat Supply Platoon: a. Denied. processes and fulfills demands accurately under tactical conditions. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. 2. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil 726 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

Given: (1) (2) (3) c. on the ground or in some combination of the two. A04604174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Situation. Necessary Criteria 1. TASK STANDARD: The Company is expected to establish and conduct commodity point in accordance with Unit Standing Operating Procedures (USOP). Effective action is taken to counter any enemy threat and/or action. either on wheels. 1. depending on the tactical situation. and A04604042E DEVELOP AND MAINTAIN OPSEC. Working under extreme and/or tactical conditions. Denied. B-GL-341-001/FP-001 Land Replenishment System. 2. Nil. The Company will perform reconnaissance of primary and alternate sites and contact points with a view to the siting. The Company establishes and operates the commodity point IAW the following BTS: a. Commodity point may be established. layout and defence of the point. Commodity point are open for a short and limited period of time. b. The Company is directed to establish a commodity point. Chapter 3.Combat Service Support COMPANY L34605313E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A COMMODITY POINT LEVEL: 4 (Company) PHASE: All Reference: Section 4. b. Remarks Functional BTS: L33405313 OPERATE A COMMODITY POINT B-GL-383-002/PS-002 727 . 2. General instructions as to the location of the commodity point are provided. The company successfully meets the needs of the units being supported. CONDITIONS: a.

Battle Task Standards L34605321E PROVIDE SUPPLY SERVICES LEVEL: 4 (Company) PHASE: All Reference: Chapters 2 and 3. CONDITIONS: a. Manages supplies. The Company ensures that local security measures are established IAW BTS A04604174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. Given. d. b. 2. Effective action is taken to forecast requirements and respond to potential shortages. Situation. Conducts local procurements as applicable. Functional BTS: L33405321E PROVIDE SUPPLY SERVICES L33405329E PROVIDE COMBAT SUPPLY SERVICES L34605323S PROVIDE AERIAL RESUPPLY L34605313E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE COMMODITY POINT L04601062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP 728 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 1. Coordinates receipt of materiel. c. issue and receipt of contingent supplies in accordance with prescribed supply policies and directives from higher authorities. Denied. B-GL-341-001/FP-002 Land Replenishment System. e. All activities are coordinated with supply company headquarters (HQ) and adhere to policies issued by the forward support battalion HQ. Nil. Processes demands and issues stock. c. TASK STANDARD: The Company ensures effective control of accounting. Necessary Criteria 1. Remarks 2. b. Nil. Effective response is taken to counter any OPFOR threat/action. Transportation requirements are coordinated with the FMSB Transportation Company and replenishment platoons. and Safeguards and controls hazardous material. The Company: a. The Company is deployed and providing replenishment support to supporting units either cyclically or on demand.

Denied. The Company must also prepare the loads and load the helicopters. Effective action must be taken to forecast requirements and respond to potential demands. and receipt of contingent supplies IAW prescribed policies and directives from higher authorities. partisan or ground troops up to platoon size and a possible unsympathetic local population. The Company: a. CONDITIONS: a. 2. The company is deployed to provide replenishment support to the brigade group or other supporting units. Appropriated action is taken to counter any enemy threat/action including nuclear biological and chemical (NBC). and Coordinates with receiving units. The Company ensures that local security measures are established IAW BTS A04604174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE. (2) (3) c. Given: (1) Landing zone (LZ) has been established in accordance with (IAW) A04603097S – ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A HELICOPTER LANDING SITE. biological and chemical (NBC) conditions. Necessary Criteria 1. which will ensure effective accounting.04. The Company being tasked must request aircraft support or helicopter support IAW ref C. Situation. Remarks 2. An effective operation must begin in accordance with assigned timings. Nil. b. Plans and executes aerial re-supply. day or night. 1. b. The Company must demonstrate full compliance with SOP. B-GA-443-001/FP-001 1 Wing Unit SOP. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 729 .Combat Service Support L34605323S EXECUTE AERIAL RE-SUPPLY LEVEL: 4 (Company) PHASE: All Reference: Article 705. This task may be conducted under nuclear. Possible enemy threat includes air attack. TASK STANDARD: The supporting CSS organization is prepared to receive and provide aerial re-supply.

2. 1. Sort the mail by units. Denied. Chapter 3. B. B-GL-341-001/FP-001 Land Replenishment System. Given: (1) Close Support (CS) Postal services are centralized in S&T Company to ensure the flow of mail is continuous and to make use of all available transport resources. Section sized element. b. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil 730 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Necessary Criteria 1. b. Receive and dispatch all mail for the formation. Nil. (2) (3) c. Situation. The provision of mail distribution services in the field requires close coordination with transportation element to ensure delivery is effected. A-PS-204-001/AG-001 The Canadian Forces Postal Service Manual. Annex A. CONDITIONS: a. Effective action is taken to counter any enemy threat or action.Battle Task Standards POSTAL SECTION L42605305S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIELD POST OFFICE LEVEL: 2 (Postal Section) PHASE: All References: A. c. Limited postal financial services may be provided. The postal section will: a. and Provide postal services. Working under extreme conditions. TASK STANDARD: The section effectively provides processing of all personal and official mail IAW refs. including limited financial transactions.

A unit has been given a Warning Order or an Order to move by road. rail. The Movement Control Platoon: a. b. Nil. Situation. B-GJ-005-404/FP-040 Air Movement. TASK STANDARD: The Movement Control Platoon must form a command and control element to assist with the control and movement of all equipment. They will assist units in ensuring that all necessary planning and equipment preparations prior to commencing movement by road. sea or land. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 731 . B-GJ-005-404/FP-000 Movement Doctrine for Canadian Forces Operations Manual. Establishes a command and control element. B-GJ-005-404/FP-010 Sea Movement. sea or air. AND ROAD MOVE LEVEL: 3 (Movement Control Platoon) PHASE: All References: A. Vehicles.Combat Service Support MOVEMENT CONTROL PLATOON L53403306E PREPARE RAIL. Necessary Criteria 1. Warning Order or Orders from one level of command higher. Assists units with preparations. equipment and personnel available from other units required in order to execute task. SEA. b. IAW references and or additional guidance provided by higher headquarters (HQ) and movement control organizations are completed. 2. D. B-GJ-005-404/FP-030 Road Movement. B. E. 1. C. Denied. rail. Given: (1) (2) c. AIR. B-GJ-005-404/FP-020 Rail Movement. CONDITIONS: a.

Remarks Functional BTS: Nil 732 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria c. Provides technical assistance to units as required. and Ensures all policies are followed as per references. d. Provides training to units as required. e.

Kitchens provide satisfying meals in a timely fashion. Bulk-breaking of rations for subunit kitchens occurs as required. b. The tactical situation permits the delivery. preparation and consumption of fresh rations for the supported unit. received. 2. The unit messing requirements are planned: a. Liaison with the Brigade G4 staff on all ration and dietary matters occurs as required. Ration and menu planning occurs including demands for and the maintenance of the supply of fresh rations. Situation. with attention to the following: B-GL-383-002/PS-002 733 . b. d. CONDITIONS: Fresh rations and ice are demanded. CONDITIONS: a. Denied. bulk-broken as necessary and distributed to platoon kitchens. The kitchen is effectively operated. Necessary Criteria 1. e. Given. Nil. c.Combat Service Support FOOD SERVICES PLATOON L63405363E PROVIDE FOOD SERVICES LEVEL: 3 (Messing Platoon) PHASE: All References: TBC 1. on unit feeding. The administrative sub-unit is advised through the unit QM. c. Proper hygiene and sanitation procedures are observed. Remarks 2. Hygiene and messing standards are confirmed. This task will not be completed in MOPP 3 Mask.

b. cooks wash daily. safety equipment is available IAW SOP. siting of both wash stands and the pre-dip for plates are near the entrance to the kitchen. Management and set-up of kitchens. including: (1) (2) (3) c.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria a. no facial camouflage is applied. Remarks The standard of hygiene is maintained: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) a minimum of one toilet for exclusive use of cooks is located in close proximity to the kitchen. Nutritious and satisfying meals are served. an ablution stand is available for the exclusive use of cooks. if permitted. appropriate headdress is worn while employed in the kitchen. Functional BTS: Nil 734 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . siting of grease traps.

Intelligence Branch elements are not responsible for the establishment of Coordination Centres or HQs.Battle Task Standards CHAPTER 10 INTELLIGENCE 1. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 735 . These will be prefixed as “Q000” tasks. Intelligence sections exist at the Battalion / Regiment / Tactical Helicopter Squadron level as well as at the Brigade Group level. The majority of Battle Task Standards for Intelligence units are at the Section level. but are responsible for their operation. 2. Intelligence BTS differ in terms of Levels as follows: a. There is one BTS that applies only to the Bde Gp and this will be prefixed as “Q027”. b.

Nil. Warning Order or Orders from level of Command higher. Prepare the Intelligence estimate. Chapter 2. Appropriately trained Intelligence personnel. Situation. Section sized Intelligence organization. b. Conduct of the 4 steps of Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB). d. The Intelligence section is supporting operations. CONDITIONS: a. b. Current Intelligence. Results of other Intelligence estimates. 2. c. Denied. 1. Participate in Wargaming. Provide Intelligence input to Battle Procedure. B-GL-357-001/FP-001 Intelligence Field Manual. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. Remarks 736 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Intelligence support to planning shall be achieved through: a.Battle Task Standards SECTION (AT UNIT AND BRIGADE GROUP LEVELS) Q00001009E PROVIDE INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO PLANNING LEVEL: 2 (Intelligence Section) PHASE: All Reference: Section 2. TASK STANDARD: The Intelligence section will provide Intelligence support to planning Necessary Criteria 1. Basic Intelligence Database.

Provide Intelligence input to the Targeting Cycle. Coordinate Geomatics and Meteorological support. j. Requests and integrates information from higher. g.Intelligence Necessary Criteria e. Provide Intelligence input to deception planning. h. f. Development of the ISTAR Plan. Provide Enemy paragraph to the Op Order. k. Remarks Functional BTS: E92701194E PRODUCE MISSION SPECIFIC DECISION AIDS E92701195E PRODUCE THREE DIMENSIONAL VISUALIZATION AID E92701193E PRODUCE A GEOMATIC PRODUCT USING GIS B-GL-383-002/PS-002 737 . Disseminate Intelligence products. i.

b. Chapter 2. and Maintains continuous review of the Collection Plan. Disseminate the Collection Plan. Section sized Intelligence organization. Identify collection planning requirements. Necessary Criteria 1. 1. Appropriate trained Intelligence personnel.Battle Task Standards Q00001011E COORDINATE INTELLIGENCE COLLECTION LEVEL: 2 (Intelligence Section) PHASE: All Reference: Section 2. b. The Intelligence Section is supporting operations. TASK STANDARD: The Intelligence Section will coordinate Intelligence Collection through an effective Collection Plan. Remarks FUNCTIONAL BTS: NIL 738 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . B-GL-357-001/FP-001 Intelligence Field Manual. CONDITIONS: a. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. Basic and Current intelligence databases. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Intelligence Collection Plan. c. Nil. 2. Situation. Denied. Collection planning shall be achieved through: a.

Appropriately trained Intelligence personnel. Intelligence support to operations shall be achieved through: a. Nil. Products from planning. Denied. TASK STANDARD: The Intelligence Section supports operations with the provision of timely intelligence. Basic Intelligence Database. Intelligence Collection Plan. b. c. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) c. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 739 .Intelligence Q00002010E PROVIDE INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO OPERATIONS LEVEL: 2 (Intelligence Section) PHASE: All Reference: Sections 3 to 5. b. Maintain continuous review of the ISTAR Plan. Chapter 2. Necessary Criteria 1. e. Generate Red and Brown SA for the COP. Situation. Warning Order or Orders from one level of Command higher. Disseminate Intelligence products. 1. Identify and process information. Current Intelligence. 2. The Intelligence section is supporting operations. Section sized Intelligence organization. Disseminate Red and Brown SA to the COP. d. B-GL-357-001/FP-001 Intelligence Field Manual. CONDITIONS: a.

Support to Counter-Intelligence operations. h.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria f. and Brief and debrief sources. i. Remarks Functional BTS: A06701004E MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS 740 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Perform collection coordination information requirements management. Coordinate Geomatic and Meteorological support. g.

Denied. Necessary Criteria Remarks 1. Situation. b. B-GL-351-002/FP-001 ISTAR. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. d. Intelligence Collection Plan. Section sized intelligence organization. Advise on data dissemination requirements. TASK STANDARD: The Intelligence Section will coordinate sensors. Sensor coordination shall be achieved through: a. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 741 . CONDITIONS: a. c. Nil. Sensor capability. b. Recommend task/retask of sensors.Intelligence Q00001012E COORDINATE SENSORS LEVEL: 2 (Intelligence Section) PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 7. Identify optimal environmental conditions for sensor operations. and Coordinate with sensor organizations. Identify sensor specific capabilities and limitations. 2. 1. e. The Intelligence Section is supporting operations.

Chapter 4. B. Rules of Engagement. B-GJ-005-110/FP-020 Prisoner of War Handling. Prisoners of War. Processing of PW shall be achieved through: a. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) c. Sections 2 and 3. CONDITIONS: a. Access to translation capability. Nil. Assess for Intelligence value. Detainees. Denied. TASK STANDARD: The Intelligence Section will process PW for Intelligence value. Basic Intelligence Database. 1. b.Battle Task Standards Q00002013E PROCESS PW FOR INTELLIGENCE LEVEL: 2 (Intelligence Section) PHASE: All References: A. Functional BTS: Nil 742 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The Intelligence Section is supporting tactical operations. Appropriately trained Intelligence personnel. Section sized Intelligence organization. Situation. PW holding facility. Necessary Criteria Remarks 1. and Process for further exploitation. 2. b. B-GL-357-001/FP-001 Intelligence Field Manual. and Interrogation and Tacitcal Questioning in International Operations. Chapter 4.

b. TASK STANDARD: The Intelligence Section will process captured documents and equipment. b. Necessary Criteria 1. Intelligence Collection Plan. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 743 . Section sized Intelligence organization. B-GL-357-001/FP-001 Intelligence Field Manual. The Intelligence Section is supporting tactical operations. Nil. Access to translation capability. 2. Captured documents or equipment. Chapter 4. 1. Assess for Intelligence value.Intelligence Q00002014E PROCESS CAPTURED DOCUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT LEVEL: 2 (Intelligence Section) PHASE: All Reference: Section 4. CONDITIONS: a. Processing of captured documents and equipment shall be achieved through: a. Situation. and Process for further exploitation. Denied. Basic intelligence database.

Battalion Headquarters organization. Nil. Operation of an ISTAR CC shall be achieved through: a. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. Appropriately trained Intelligence personnel. 1. The Intelligence Section is supporting operations. Provide ISTAR coordination. Disseminate fused ISTAR products. d. Situation. b. 2. B-GL-351-002/FP-001 ISTAR. Section sized Intelligence organization. Denied. and Integrate assigned ISTAR assets. Current information and intelligence. Orders from at least one level of Command higher.Battle Task Standards SECTION AT BRIGADE LEVEL Q02701015E OPERATE AN ISTAR CC LEVEL: 2 (Intelligence Section) PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 1. Advise HQ elements on ISTAR employment. Necessary Criteria Remarks TASK STANDARD: The Intelligence section will operate an ISTAR CC. c. b. Functional BTS: Nil 744 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Process collected information. Basic Intelligence Database. 1. CONDITIONS: a. e.

this BTS series will be rewritten to align with the TTP. It is understood. This chapter has been rewritten due to the release of B-GL-355-001/FP-001 CIMIC TACTICS. however. 2.Battle Task Standards CHAPTER 11 CIMIC 1. The BTS contained herein use the concepts and terminology presented in B-GL-355-001/FP-001. that some of the concepts and terminology are the subject of debate. TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES. Once the debates have ended resulting in amendments to the publication. The levels of training for CIMIC elements are aligned as follows: Element Tactical CIMIC Team (formerly known as CIMIC Detachments) Tactical CIMIC Detachments Tactical CIMIC Company Level of Training Level 2 Context Level 4 (Sub-unit AOR) Level 3 Level 4 Level 6 (Unit AOR) Level 7 (Formation) B-GL-383-002/PS-002 745 .

Situation. 2. Chapter 3. Necessary Criteria 1. Techniques and Procedures. Part 1. IAW refs. Denied. b. FSOP 106. The tactical CIMIC element is operating in an environment where liaison with military agencies must be conducted as part of the planning and execution of a mission. where appropriate. Higher to lower. B-GL-355-001/FP-001 CIMIC Tactics. the the tactical CIMIC element conducts liaison IAW the following principles: a. B. Additional resources. Supporting to supported. TASK STANDARD: The tactical CIMIC element conducts liaison during the ongoing preparations and actions to achieve the current mission and future operations. b. Staff from at least one level of command higher. Remarks 746 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Warning order and orders from at least one level of command higher. 1. A coordinating element with which to perform the liaison. Reciprocity. CONDITIONS: a. Given: (1) (2) (3) c.Battle Task Standards COMMON TO MULTIPLE LEVELS C02401098E / C03601098E / C04701098E EXECUTE LIAISON LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: All References: A. B-GL-333-001/FP-001 Formation SOPs. then: (1) (2) (3) Left to right. If not reciprocal.

If liaison is broken then it must be re-established. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 747 . Remarks 2. Liaison must make a successful contribution to situational awareness. as indicated above. 3. as well as the completion and execution of plans. Liaison is conducted through coordination or contact points where required as well as dedicated liaison officers.CIMIC Necessary Criteria c.

The tactical CIMIC element shall participate in the planning and coordination of CIMIC operations and be prepared to participate in the operational planning process (OPP). Necessary Criteria 1. 2. The tactical CIMIC element operates within the limits of their authority and ability. 1. Comd’s intent. Situation. The tactical CIMIC element carries out CIMIC operations in support of the Comd’s intent. Multimedia. Special equipment. b. B-GL-355-001/FP-001 CIMIC Tactics. The tactical CIMIC element shall coordinate military support to civil actors and civil support to military forces IAW the Comd’s intent. 2. TASK STANDARD: The tactical CIMIC element carries out CIMIC functions in support of the Comd’s intent through the effective coordination of military support to civil actors and civilian support to military forces. Techniques and Procedures. Nil. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. Denied. Target audience. 3. References.Battle Task Standards C02401357E / C03601357E / C04701357E DIRECT AND PERFORM CIMIC OPERATIONS LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 3. A simulated or live CIMIC operational environment. CONDITIONS: a. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 748 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

1. Remarks 3. Situation. Comd’s intent.CIMIC C02401358E / C03601358E / C04701358E LIAISE WITH CIVIL ACTORS LEVEL: 2 to 4 Reference: Chapters 4 to 6. A simulated or live CIMIC operational environment. Target audience. A participant. b. Necessary Criteria 1. Denied. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. References. tactical CIMIC elements must communicate with civilian organizations. TASK STANDARD: The tactical CIMIC element shall effectively communicate verbally and non-verbally with civil actors in support of the Comd’s intent. b. or An observer. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 749 . A chairperson. Nil 2. Techniques and Procedures. In the course of normal operations. 2. B-GL-355-001/FP-001 CIMIC Tactics. c. Multimedia. Special equipment. The tactical CIMIC element operates within the limits of its authority and ability IAW A02304042E/A03404042E/A04604042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. CONDITIONS: a. The Tactical CIMIC element shall negotiate and mediate with military and civilian actors. The tactical CIMIC element participates in meetings with civilian actors as one or more of the following: a.

Remarks 7. b. translation. The Tactical CIMIC element shall be prepared to participate in media interviews IAW current CF policy. The Tactical CIMIC element employs a language assistant for: a. and cultural awareness. The Tactical CIMIC element shall communicate effectively across cultural barriers. interpretation. c. Functional BTS: Nil 750 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 5. 6. The Tactical CIMIC element prepares and conducts CIMIC briefings on situational awareness to civilian actors.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 4.

A simulated or live CIMIC operational environment. 2. 2. The tactical CIMIC element shall liaise with civil actors IAW BTS C02401358E LIAISE WITH CIVIL ACTORS. TASK STANDARD: The tactical CIMIC element establishes and operates a CIMIC Centre that allows for liaison with civil actors and supports the Comd’s intent. Necessary Criteria 1. Multimedia. Special equipment. Techniques and Procedures 1. The tactical CIMIC element locates the centre IAW force protection measures (BTS A02304174E / A03404174E / A04604174E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE) and the requirement for access by civil actors. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. Denied. Situation. Nil. Information provided to civil actors is accurate within the limits imposed by OPSEC (BTS A02304042E/A03404042E/A04604042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC) Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 751 . The tactical CIMIC element carries out CIMIC operations in support of the Comd’s intent.CIMIC C02301364E / C03601364E / C04701364E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CIMIC CENTRE LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 7. 3. The tactical CIMIC element operates within the limits of their authority and ability. CONDITIONS: a. b. Target audience. References. B-GL-355-001/FP-001 CIMIC Tactics. Comd’s intent.

The tactical CIMIC element reacts to civil situations and applies the appropriate course of action.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 4. Information is processed IAW BTS C02601359E PROCESS INFORMATION. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 752 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 5.

Necessary Criteria 1. The tactical CIMIC element liaises with the appropriate civil actors to gather information to prepare the project proposal. staffed and approved by the Comd and funded by CIDA. 1. Situation. in the course of CIMIC operations. b. A simulated or live CIMIC operational environment. Comd’s intent. TASK STANDARD: The tactical CIMIC element gathers the relevant information. Target audience. Multimedia. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 753 . The project proposal is prepared. Denied. B-GL-355-001/FP-001 CIMIC Tactics. The tactical CIMIC element. Project staff provide reports up the chain of command with a view to establishing the longterm effectiveness of the project. 2. The progress of the project is monitored. 2. staffs the project approval. 4. The tactical CIMIC element identifies the requirement for a CIMIC project. Nil. Special equipment. and executes and monitors the project to completion. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. ascertains that the Comd’s needs for information or force protection may be served by the provision of military support for a reconstruction project. 3. Techniques And Procedures.CIMIC C02401365E / C03601365E / C04701365E EXECUTE CIMIC PROJECTS LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 8. CONDITIONS: a. References.

CONDITIONS: a. Multimedia. Target audience. B-GL-355-001/FP-001 CIMIC Tactics.” B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The tactical CIMIC team prepares and submits CIMIC reports and returns. Section 2. 1. collate and analyze data. In the course of normal operations. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. 2. and Assign “normality indicators. 2. Chapter 2. B-GL-357-002/FP-001 Human Intelligence (HUMINT) Operations. Comd’s intent. B. The tactical CIMIC team employs “normality indicators” to: a. TASK STANDARD: The tactical CIMIC team shall provide relevant information in a timely manner to support the Comd’s intent. 754 Remarks Obtain. the tactical CIMIC team shall collect and process data in support of CIMIC activities and the Comd’s information requirements. Special equipment. Situation. Nil. A simulated or live CIMIC operational environment.Battle Task Standards LEVEL TWO C02601359E PROCESS INFORMATION LEVEL: 2 (Tactical CIMIC Teams) References: A. Chapter 3. Techniques and Procedures. b. References. Necessary Criteria 1. b. Denied.

4. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 755 . The tactical CIMIC team monitors and applies prescribed measures of effectiveness. The tactical CIMIC team prepares CIMIC assessments.CIMIC Necessary Criteria 3.

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Tactical PSYOPS Detachment (TPD). These focus on the development and dissemination of PSYOPS products to generate PSYOPS effects. PSYOPS. will be task-tailored for operations. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 757 . Tactical PSYOPS Development Detachment (TPDD). b.Battle Task Standards CHAPTER 12 PSYOPS 1. PSYOPS BTS are to be trained in either a warfighting scenario or Operations Other Than War (less DOMOPS). The PSYOPS capability is currently based on three organizations: a. 4. This chapter has sought to incorporate the concept of Effects Based Operations into the BTS. The Army Common BTS EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE applies to these organizations as opposed to the BTS PLAN PSYOPS EFFECTS. It is only with Government of Canada assent that PSYOPS are conducted in DOMOPS. These focus on the planning and development of PSYOPS effects. Tactical PSYOPS Team (TPT). The Army Common BTS EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE applies to these organizations as opposed to the BTS PLAN PSYOPS EFFECTS. These focus on the development and dissemination of PSYOPS products to generate PSYOPS effects. they will not be trained in that context. like other capabilities. 3. Subject doctrine is currently a ratification draft. 2. and as a result. c. This chapter is based on the Canadian Forces doctrine for PSYOPS.

c. d. Strategic objectives. e. CONDITIONS: a. Remarks 758 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 1. 2. Situation. Nil. Contributes to the development of a CONOPS. Contributes to the development of Course of Action (COAs). Necessary Criteria 1. IO objectives. a Psychological Operations (PSYOPS) planning process is initiated. IO and Ops staff. The PSYOPS planning process is fully integrated into the OPP cycle and intimately integrated into IO planning. Coordinates with Int. Assists with the conduct of a theatre assessment. Assist swith the conduct of mission analysis. Orders from higher. In support of the Comd’s planning process. Denied. The TPDD: a. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. b.Battle Task Standards X04711360E PLAN PSYOPS EFFECTS LEVEL: 4 (TPDD in a 6 and 7 Level context) PHASE: 1 and 7 Reference: B-GJ-005-313/FP-001 PSYOPS CF Joint Doctrine (Ratification Draft). TPDD and TPD. TASK STANDARD: The TPDD plans for effects based PSYOPS products that will result in the right message or action (theme and symbols) being said or done in the right way (persuasive presentation) through the right channel (media selection) at the right time (intensity and timing) to the right audience (target analysis). b.

Review PSYOPS plans. h. Drafts planning guidance to the Supporting PSYOPS comd (to include appropriate PSYOPS themes). Remarks Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 759 . g. Identifies force requirements.PSYOPS Necessary Criteria f.

Necessary Criteria 1. Strategic objectives. 1. 2. The role and capabilities of PSYOPS vary depending on the level of operational activity or environment. IO objectives. PSYOPS objectives. b. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) c. Situation. TASK STANDARD: The TPDD develops effects based PSYOPS products that will result in the right message or action (theme and symbols) being said or done in the right way (persuasive presentation) through the right channel (media selection) at the right time (intensity and timing) to the right audience (target analysis). Orders from higher command. Independent reach back capability. Although the process is numbered sequentially. The product development process is an interactive system used to develop models of PSYOPS products and psychological actions that become aspects of PSYOPS programmes. Nil. CONDITIONS: a. PSYOPS supports joint and coalition conventional and special operations across the spectrum of conflict. They include operations other than war (outside of Canada) and war fighting operations. the steps listed here interact with each other and can occur simultaneously: Remarks 760 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Measures of effectiveness. Denied. TPDD.Battle Task Standards X04711360E DEVELOP EFFECTS BASED PSYOPS PRODUCTS LEVEL : 4 (TPDD in a 5 to 7 level context) PHASE : 1 and 7 Reference: B-GJ-005-313/FPF-001 PSYOPS CF Joint Doctrine (Ratification Draft).

Select Media and Agents of Action. Analyze Supported comd’s Mission. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 761 . Derive PSYOPS and Planning Guidance. Develop Product Prototype and Proposed Actions. i.PSYOPS Necessary Criteria a. d. and Pre-test Products and Simulate Proposed Actions. f. g. Collect Information. c. Select Theme and Symbols. b. e. Conduct Target Audience Analysis. Assess Opponent(s) Propaganda. h.

CONDITIONS: a. Dissemination of PSYOPS products is influenced by a combination of several factors. PSYOPS elements can successfully disseminate PSYOPS products to the target audience in order to generate the desired effects. b. which would be subordinated to the TPDD in a Level 6 or 7 context) PHASE: 1 and 7 Reference: B-GJ-005-313/FPF-001 PSYOPS CF Joint Doctrine (Ratification Draft). Disseminates PSYOPS products to the target audience. and availability of dissemination devices. including political. 762 Remarks Recommends dissemination methods appropriate to the task and to the target audience. b. and geographic considerations: countermeasures. TASK STANDARD: The goal of the TPD and TPT is to disseminate the effects based PSYOPS products in the right way (persuasive presentation) through the right channel (media selection) at the right time (intensity and timing) to the right audience (target analysis).Battle Task Standards X02311360E / X03411360E DISSEMINATE PSYOPS LEVEL: 2-3 (TPT in a Level 3 context and TPD in a Level 4 context. military. Assesses and reports the impact of PSYOPS effects on the B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . PSYOPS objectives. Situation. Orders from higher. Necessary Criteria 1. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Strategic objectives. 1. weather. IO objectives. TPT and/or TPD. By carefully considering these factors and using the unique delivery techniques of each medium to their full extent. c. 2. The TPT or TPD: a. Measures of effectiveness.

e. and Gathers PSYOPS relevant information as ordered. Evaluates dissemination techniques.PSYOPS Necessary Criteria target audience. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 763 . d.

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These are interim BTS. The Direct Fire System BTS have been drafted to address all systems within the Direct Fire System (i. Leopard and TUA.e. and these will change as the DFS Trial provide further information and the doctrine matures fully.Battle Task Standards CHAPTER 13 DIRECT FIRE SYSTEM (INTERIM) 1. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 765 .

TASK STANDARD: The element executes a coordinated withdrawal in order to disengage from the OPFOR force IAW the will of the higher comd. B-GL-332-008/FP-001. the element reorganizes IAW BTS A02305301E / A03405301E REORGANIZE. TAM 807. Upon termination of the withdrawal. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks 766 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Orders from one level of command higher. USOP 301. The element disengages from contact with the OPFOR in a controlled and sequenced withdrawal IAW the plan. 3. B-GL-332-001/FP-001.06.Battle Task Standards DIRECT FIRE SYSTEM (COMMON) COMMON TO MULTIPLE LEVELS LEVELS TWO TO THREE Y02354139E / Y03454139E EXECUTE WITHDRAWAL LEVEL: 2 to 3 PHASE: Transitional References: A. Chapter 6. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). executing their assigned mission IAW Orders and is in contact with the enemy. The element receives. Unit SOP. Situation. The element is tactically deployed. 2. 2. to include the open fire policy. b. CONDITIONS: a. understands and promulgates the withdrawal plan IAW the Orders. B. 1.02. Given: (1) (2) c. C. The tactical situation is such that the higher comd has ordered the element to disengage from the OPFOR through the conduct of a withdrawal. Denied. Nil. Insert Infantry. Necessary Criteria 1. Subordinates.

The element submits its plans for integration to higher. The selected course of action should adhere to the TTP of the link up contained in the ref. Necessary Criteria 1. The element links up with the other friendly force. The element coordinates plans with friendly elements that will come into contact within its AOR as applicable. 5. Given: (1) (2) c. The OPFOR disposition (actual or simulated) should restrict friendly force freedom of movement. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E / A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE.Direct Fire System (Interim) LEVELS TWO TO FOUR Y02353067S / Y03453067S / Y04653067S EXECUTE A LINKUP LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: Transitional Operations Reference: TAM 807. 4. Situation. 3.06 B-GL-332-008/FP-001 Insert Infantry. 2. Denied. The friendly force has been ordered to link up with the element. with emphasis on the relevant control measures. 1. Warning Orders and Orders from one level higher. The element has been ordered to link up with another friendly force in enemy-controlled territory. b. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 767 . 2. TASK STANDARD: The element successfully links up with friendly forces within the constraints imposed by the higher comd. CONDITIONS: a. The element will consolidate as required based on the selected course of action while executing BTS Y02304095E / Y03404095E / Y04604095E CONSOLIDATE.

are not covered by this BTS. Chapter 11. A relieving Mounted or Dismounted element. Section 10. Nil. Denied. A Rearward Relief – a relief where a force effecting a movement to the rear passes through the sector of a unit occupying a defensive position.Battle Task Standards Y02353081E / Y03453081E / Y04653081E EXECUTE A RELIEF LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: Transitional Operations References: A. Chapter 6. b. The element is executing relief operations in the context of a larger force. 2. NOTE Retirements. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. An in-place Mounted or Dismounted element. This will include one of the following IAW ref A: (1) (2) (3) A Relief in Place – a relief in which all or part of a force is replaced in a sector by an incoming force. Such actions are covered by BTS A02303141E / A03403141E / A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY. TASK STANDARD: The element relieves an in-place force or is relieved by another force while maintaining combat effectiveness on the position. A Forward Relief – a relief in which a force advances or attacks through another force that is in contact with the enemy. B. B-GL-392-001/FP-001 Infantry Battalion in Battle. Higher headquarters orders. 768 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). 1. Situation. CONDITIONS: a. defined as: “a movement away from the OPFOR by a force out of contact” in ref A.

The element maintains operational security prior to and during execution of the relief in accordance with BTS A02304042E / A03404042E / A04604042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. At the designated time. At all times. there is an effective transfer of command authority and equipment between the elements.Direct Fire System (Interim) Necessary Criteria 1. The element executes Battle Procedure IAW BTS A02301000E / A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE with emphasis on the relevant liaison and coordination. weapon effect coverage of kill zones and STA coverage of the area of operations is maintained. 4. 2. The element ensures that there is an exchange of essential information between elements. 5. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 769 . 3.

Denied. 2. Given. Necessary Criteria 1. disseminates and executes an effective plan to defend against possible OPFOR IAW the higher comd’s plan. 2. 3. The element coordinates with flanking elements as required and ensures that the defensive position is mutually supporting. Situation. c. b. Nil. The element reorganizes IAW A02305301E / A03405301E / A04605301E REORGANIZE. CONDITIONS: a. The element develops. Orders from one level of command higher. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil 770 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . TASK STANDARD: Consolidation takes place to the extent that the element is positioned to repel an attack or conduct follow on operations. The element is tactically deployed and has completed a task that requires the element to consolidate.Battle Task Standards Y02304095E / Y03404095E / Y04604095E CONSOLIDATE LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: All Reference: Nil 1.

Nil. CONDITIONS: a. Chapter 6. B-GL-309-001/FT-001 Infantry Battalion in Battle. TASK STANDARD: The element gathers the relevant information and passes it to the next higher headquarters in a timely manner. 1. The element is conducting any phase of war where there is a requirement to gather information for a higher comd. 2. Direction from higher headquarters on ISTAR activities and requirements. 2. Functional BTS: Nil Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 771 . Given: (1) (2) c. The element disseminates intelligence to higher headquarters and lower elements. Situation. Necessary Criteria 1. The element assigns collection tasks to subordinate elements through a STA plan. b. The element collates information received from subordinate elements and higher headquarters 3. Denied.Direct Fire System (Interim) LEVELS THREE TO FOUR Y03402123E EXECUTE ISTAR OPERATIONS LEVEL: 3 TO 4 PHASE: ALL Reference: Sections 3 and 4. An OPFOR.

as necessary. Denied. The element occupies an assembly area. Remarks 772 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 1. 4. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A02301000E / A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Necessary Criteria 1. 2. Given. Once contact is made. CONDITIONS: a. b. then moves tactically IAW BTS A02303141E / A03403141E / A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY. Situation. 2. Nil. c. and A02303078E / I0343078E / I4463078E ENGAGE TARGETS WITH INTEGRAL WEAPONS SYSTEMS. if applicable. A02304080E / A03404080E / A04604080E REACT TO DIRECT FIRE. the element reacts IAW orders. A02304081E / A03404081E / A04604081E REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE. The element receives orders to execute an advance to contact. TASK STANDARD: The element executes the advance IAW orders. 3. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness. IAW BTS A03404182E / A04604182E OCCUPY A HIDE/HARBOUR/ASSEMBLY AREA. The element ensures that its attack position and LD are secure. Once contact is made. The element maintains sufficient combat power to conduct follow-on operations IAW the comd’s intent. executes drills as necessary in ref A and ref B and reacts to the tactical situation. the element maintains contact and takes action IAW orders. IAW the following BTS: a.Battle Task Standards Y03453061E / Y04653061E EXECUTE AN ADVANCE TO CONTACT LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: Transitional Operations Reference: B-GL-309-001/FT-001 Infantry Battalion in Battle. b. c.

The element takes subsequent action IAW Orders. Functional BTS: Y03403075E / Y04603075E EXECUTE A BYPASS Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 773 .Direct Fire System (Interim) Necessary Criteria 5.

CONDITIONS: a. 2. Executes a tactical bypass. d. withdraw. The element pickets the contact until a contact handover can be made with another element. and Sends SITREP to higher headquarters. considering use of available supporting arms. The element performs a tactical move IAW orders and encounters enemy. b. Requests permission to bypass. f. Necessary Criteria Remarks TASK STANDARD: The element bypasses OPFOR without being affected by OPFOR. The higher headquarters requires rapid continuation of movement and permits bypassing. Nil. e. Functional BTS: Nil 774 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Bypass routes are available. g. c. Given: (1) (2) c. The OPFOR is fixed and cannot manoeuvre. Issues CONTACT report. Situation. The element IAW orders: a.Battle Task Standards Y03453075E / Y04653075E EXECUTE A BYPASS LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: Transitional Operations Reference: Nil 1. 2. Conducts reconnaissance as required. or cause sufficient casualties to prevent the element from carrying on its mission. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. 1. b. Develops a plan. Denied. Issues orders to bypass.

c. analyzes and acknowledges the orders from next higher level HQ: a. Denied. The element receives. 2. Remarks 2. Chapter 4. Section 2. Armour TTP. C. confirms comd's direct fire and (if applicable) indirect fire plan. Part 2. Nil. Orders from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness information. b. It places effective direct fire and (if applicable) indirect fire on the enemy element. B. or be part of a fire base for an attack. Given. 1. d. determines location of the enemy element. Situation. Necessary Criteria 1. and B-GL-383-002/PS-002 775 . a position that allows the element to engage the enemy with effective fires. The element conducts tactical movement to the fire base position IAW BTS A03403141E / A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY. identifies covered and concealed routes to fire base position (if not specified in the Order). TASK STANDARD: The element conducts tactical movement to and occupies the fire position. Section 1. CONDITIONS: a. c. The element is conducting offensive operations and receives orders to establish and operate. Chapter 2.Direct Fire System (Interim) Y03423092S / Y04623092S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIRE BASE LEVEL: 3 and 4 PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. and occupies the fire base position based on the following tactical considerations: a. Section 6. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. b. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations. and coordinates with supporting elements as required.

ENGAGE TARGETS WITH MAIN AND SECONDARY ARMAMENTS. as necessary.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria b. 4. and A03404180E / A04604180E REACT TO DIRECT FIRE. and the assigned fire plan. Remarks 3. IAW the following BTS: a. refs. A03404181E / A04604181E REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE. b. Functional BTS: Nil 776 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The element engages targets IAW BTS T0233079E. a position that is located on terrain affording cover and concealment for hull-down and/or turret-down positions. The element operates the fire base IAW orders. The element submits to the next higher HQ a MASH Report and executes reorganization IAW BTS A03405301E / A04605301E EXECUTE REORGANIZATION as necessary. and reacts to the tactical situation. 5.

The element receives orders to execute a delay. 1. Denied. and ref A. and conducts reconnaissance and rehersals. and specifically: a. b. maintaining contact with the OPFOR without becoming decisively engaged. B-GL-309-003/FT-001 Infantry Section and Platoon in Battle. Once contact is made. b. The element occupies an assembly area. as necessary.Direct Fire System (Interim) Y03443080E / Y04643080E EXECUTE A DELAY LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: Delaying Operations References: A. if applicable. The element executes the delay IAW orders. TASK STANDARD: The element successfully delays the OPFOR IAW orders. The element prepares to execute the delay IAW ref A and ref B. Given. 2. Chapter 9. 3. Situation. Necessary Criteria 1. c. 2). ref A and ref B. A03404080E / A04604080E REACT TO DIRECT FIRE. IAW BTS A03404182E / A04604182E OCCUPY A HIDE / HARBOUR / ASSEMBLY AREA. 2. and B-GL-383-002/PS-002 777 . Nil. B-GL-332-001/FP-001 Tactical Aide Memoire (Vol. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. b. Remarks 4. B. TAM 104. IAW the following BTS: a. A03404081E / A04604081E REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE. prepares/marks routes and subsequent positions. CONDITIONS: a. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness. the element reacts to the tactical situation.

Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria c. Functional BTS: Nil 778 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . I0343078E ENGAGE TARGETS WITH INTEGRAL WEAPONS SYSTEMS. The delaying action continues until the element is ordered to break clean and prepare for subsequent tasks. Remarks 5.

Nil. 1. the element successfully destroys the enemy. and B-GL-383-002/PS-002 779 . The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. IAW the following BTS: a. and refs. The element executes the block IAW orders.Direct Fire System (Interim) Y03433096S / Y04633096S EXECUTE A BLOCK LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: Defensive Operations References: A. denies penetration into specified boundaries or terrain. CONDITIONS: a. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness. TASK STANDARD: IAW orders. Chapter 3. Necessary Criteria 1. b. The element occupies an assembly area. Situation. and Conducts reconnaissance and rehearsals. Chapter 6B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. b. Prepares/marks routes. 2. Armour TTP. if applicable. A03404080E / A04604080E REACT TO DIRECT FIRE. c. and positions. the element reacts to the tactical situation. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations. Once contact is made. as necessary. 2. Given. Section 4. B. A03404081E / A04604081E REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE. Part 2. IAW BTS A03404182E / A04604182E OCCUPY A HIDE/HARBOUR/ASSEMBLY AREA. b. The element prepares to execute the block IAW refs and specifically: a. Denied. 3. Remarks 4. or canalizes the OPFOR into kill zones. Section 3. C. The element receives orders to execute a block.

Functional BTS: Nil 780 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Remarks 5. Y02303364S ENGAGE GROUND TARGETS. The block continues until the element is ordered to prepare for subsequent tasks.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria c.

b. d. Nil. Denied.Direct Fire System (Interim) Y03433130S / Y04633130S EXECUTE A GUARD LEVEL: 3 to 4 PHASE: Defensive Operations Reference: Nil 1. Information requirements (IR) and Priority Information Requirements (PIR). B-GL-383-002/PS-002 781 . 2. Named Areas of Interest (NAI). The element develops a plan which includes: a. situational awareness and security. Immediate comd’s intent and concept. Given: (1) (2) c. Necessary Criteria 1. Surveillance of OPFOR contacts throughout the security zone and which makes maximum use of available sensors. TASK STANDARD: The element protects the main body from surprise OPFOR contact and engagement while achieving the comd’s specified intent for the guard. The elementcarries out battle procedure IAW BTS A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 2. b. The element has been tasked to screen a guard to provide early warning. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. to include the following: a. Remarks 3. c. The element ensures that orders are understood. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. and Target Areas of Interest (TAI). At least one subordinate level of command.

re-organizes IAW BTS A03405301E / A04605301E REORGANIZE and prepare for subsequent missions. 5. moves to the RV. A fire plan to destroy. 4. Detachments engage targets IAW the fire plan and BTS Y02303364S ENGAGE GROUND TARGETS. The element ensures that coordination is completed IAW BTS Y03403081S / Y03403081S EXECUTE A RELIEF. Detachments deploy to assigned areas IAW BTS A03403141E / A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY. The element conducts Relief through friendly forces. impede or harass OPFOR forces as they enter and proceed through the area of responsibility. Functional BTS: Nil 782 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . and Measures to destroy OPFOR forces IAW orders. 7. Remarks c. 6.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria b.

CONDITIONS: a. Given: (1) (2) c. A-P9-011-S15/PC-B01 C6 Gunnery (TBI). Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 783 . E. Are not easily identified by map reconnaissance.Direct Fire System (Interim) LEVEL TWO Y02303364S ENGAGE GROUND TARGETS LEVEL: 2 (Crew) PHASE: All References: A. b. plans in depth for all ranges and weapons. 1. B-GL-305-013/PT-001 Armour Gunnery Training. The crew/patrol engages targets IAW the assigned mission. and establishes recorded targets on likely enemy approaches. integrates with flanking Callsigns. B. Nil. Are covered and concealed from ground and air observation. Associated weapons. B-GL-385-011/PT-001 TOW Training Policy. The Crew executes the direct fire plan from firing positions that: a. TASK STANDARD: The Crew must successfully achieve engagement time and accuracy standards as defined in the references and IAW the assigned mission. B-GL-372-003/FP-001 ADATS Drill Book. C. Necessary Criteria 1. b. Maintain mutual support with other Crews/Patrols. Warning Order and Orders from the Troop level. B-GL-393-010/FP-001 COYOTE/LAV III Application of Fire. Denied. The Crew coordinates its direct fire plan with higher. 2. F. D. c. Situation. 2. MGS Gunnery (TBI).

h. The Crew sends a CONTACT Report and follows up with a SITREP as applicable. and Have alternate and secondary positions sited. g. Have covered and concealed routes in and out. Remarks 3. The Crew adjusts target priorities as ordered. e. 4. Allow applicable stand-off ranges. if possible.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria d. f. Functional BTS: Nil 784 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Provide enfilade fire from defilade positions. Are clear of obstructions along the line of sight.

but not limited to: a. c. The next higher HQ may designate a re-supply location or the element may be responsible to coordinate a location with the A1 Echelon or supply element. Armour TTP. Chapter 6. The Direct Fire Team is conducting tactical operations and has been directed to receive supplies or has determined that re-supply is necessary. 2. The Direct Fire Team moves through the running re-supply chain and receives commodities. TASK STANDARD: The Direct Fire Team successfully completes re-supply operations IAW orders to replenish its basic load of combat supplies while maintaining security. Situation. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations (Interim). Nil. MOVE TACTICALLY. The Direct Fire Team carries out concurrent activities throughout to include. c. IAW BTS A03403141E. d. Part 4. Denied. 2. Submits Vehicle State and ADREP. Orders from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness information. Section 3. Given. Fills up with POL. Breaks down ammo if necessary.Direct Fire System (Interim) LEVEL THREE Y03405083E PERFORM RUNNING RE-SUPPLY LEVEL: 3 (Direct Fire Team) PHASE: All References: A. 1. 3. B. CONDITIONS : a. Section 4. the Direct Fire Team moves tactically to and enters the re-supply location IAW orders. b. Exchanges water cans. Necessary Criteria 1. b. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 785 .

Picks up ADREP items such as personnel equipment. and Conducts crew replacement if applicable. Turns over garbage.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria e. canteen supplies etc. i. The Direct Fire Team maintains security by adhering to noise and light discipline SOP. Conducts limited vehicle maintenance (if practical). g. Remarks 4. f. Picks up rations. parts. Functional BTS: Nil 786 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . h. mail.

The site selected permits good communications with higher headquarters and subordinate elements. The Sub-unit Headquarters establishes and maintains the CP. messages. and the maintenance of all orders. TASK STANDARD: The CP facilitates the effective control of subunit operations through the maintenance of continuous voice and data communications with required internal and external elements. CP is concealed and protected from any indirect fire threats and accessible by vehicles. Nil.Direct Fire System (Interim) LEVEL FOUR Y04601062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP LEVEL: 4 (Sub-Unit) PHASE: All Reference: USOP 202. Situation. A CP is required to receive. taking into account all siting and security factors: a. ideally without need for an RRB station and CP is screened from enemy EW devices. The CP security is established and maintained IAW BTS A04604042E. B-GL-332-001/FP-002 Unit SOP. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. b. CONDITIONS: a. collate and send information up and down the chain of command. c. The communications configuration is established and B-GL-383-002/PS-002 787 Remarks b. Necessary Criteria 1. maps. 1. . 2. Higher active command net (real or simulated). Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. and other supporting documentation /records. Denied. Multiple tasked subordinate elements. DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC.

CP establishes and maintains communication. MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS by mean of communications with lower and higher command level. and The CP assists in the maintenance of a SITUATIONAL AWARENESS IAW BTS A04601004E. The CP is prepared for quick deployment to insure stepup CP functions. Remarks Functional BTS: Nil 788 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . using proper radio procedures. f.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria provided for the CP. d. e. including a remote capability when available. meeting all operational and technical requirements.

The Echelon ensures security of the area (to include the provision of guides). Chapter 6. IAW ref A and ref B. the Echelon selects an area that is cohesive with the tactical situation: a. Necessary Criteria 1. 3. b. Given. The Echelon places commodities into a workable layout that ensures rapid/efficient distribution. c. 4. 5. b. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 789 . TASK STANDARD: The Sub-unit successfully executes re-supply operations IAW orders to replenish its basic load of combat supplies while maintaining security. IAW ref B. PERFORMS RUNNING RE-SUPPLY. 2. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. B. c. 1. Orders from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness information. The Squadron has determined that re-supply is necessary or possible. and allows for easy accesability and dispersion. Part 4. is defendable. Nil. The Echelon coordinates the distribution of commodities IAW BTS Y03405083S. Section 3. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations (Interim). Remarks 2. offers concealment.Direct Fire System (Interim) Y04605084E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A RUNNING RE-SUPPLY LEVEL: 4 (Sub-Unit (Echelon)) PHASE: All References: A. The Echelon prepares and transmits RUNNING REPLENISHMENT Orders. Section 4. Denied. Armour TTP.

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A combat team is defined as: “An organization task tailored for operations. based on a sub-unit headquarters. 4. 3. consisting of manoeuvre sub-sub-units with combat support and combat service support. may vary depending on the composition of the cbt tm and should not be taken to be absolute as they focus on Infantry Companies and DFS Sub-units. This may be reduced if a consistent program of affiliation is employed. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 791 . It is recommended that the time required for preliminary iterations at Level 5 be expanded to allow for TTP familiarization between the components of a cbt tm. The Army Common BTS at Level Four apply to cbt tms for which no equivalent BTS exists.” 2. Functional and Subordinate BTS.Battle Task Standards CHAPTER 14 COMBAT TEAM 1. in this case.

1. Orders are delivered. b.Battle Task Standards B05601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE LEVEL: 5 (Combat Team) PHASE: All References: A. Rehearsals are conducted when time permits. Necessary Criteria 1. e. Denied. USOP 301. A new mission is received which requires the cbt tm to prepare a warning order and orders. d. TASK STANDARD: The cbt tm prepares itself to achieve its assigned and implied tasks. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. b. and Grouping occurs IAW ref B as required. Remarks Functional BTS: A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE 792 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . understood and reacted to by the cbt tm. 2. Preparations are completed in a timely and effective manner. Chapter 6. Nil. B-GL-300-006/FP-001 Command. Given. CONDITIONS : a. c. Coordination and liaison are conducted as required. Situation. B-GL-332-001/FP-001 Unit SOP.01. c. The following elements of battle procedure shall occur: a. B. Concurrent activity and anticipation at all levels maximize the available time in preparation for the mission.

Nil. their types. their combat effectiveness. their activities. CONDITIONS: a. c. geomatic and operational reporting. their own and flanking forces. b. and an appreciation of the effects of enemy activity on the situation. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 793 . The cbt tm maintains a SA that is understood and disseminated throughout the cbt tm down to the lowest level. an awareness of enemy force activities to their immediate front. area of influence. Orders from level of command higher that includes intelligence. TASK STANDARD: In maintaining Situational Awareness (SA) the cbt tm collects. their sizes. develops and disseminates combat information and intelligence that allows the maintenance of awareness of their location in relation to the enemy. and area of intelligence responsibility. their direction and rate of movement. Red Situational Awareness. planned and future operations and locations of own troops is maintained. The effects of geomatics considerations on own and enemy troops are understood. 2. Denied.Combat Team B05601004E MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS LEVEL: 5 (Combat Team) PHASE: All Reference: Nil 1. An awareness of current. Situation. Necessary Criteria 1. specifically the following information pertaining to the adversary force: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) their locations. and which includes: a. OPFOR are active throughout the area of interest. Given. flanks and rear.

Blue Situational Awareness. Remarks Brown Situational Awareness. and socio-political situation and its effect on friendly and enemy operations. combat effectiveness. and activities. direction and rates of movement. SA is disseminated to commanders. specifically their own subordinate elements: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) locations. an assessment (where possible) of the enemy’s intent and concept of operations. 2. types. enabling all personnel to understand the battlefield in sufficient time and detail to employ their weapon systems effectively.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria (7) b. higher staffs. flanking and subordinate elements on a continuous basis in a timely fashion. sizes. Functional BTS: A0461004E MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS 794 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . c. specifically: (1) (2) physical environment and its effect on friendly and enemy operations.

Situation. b. 1. OPSEC is maintained IAW BTS B05604042S DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC. meeting all operational and technical requirements. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations (Interim). TASK STANDARD: The CP facilitates the effective command and control of subunit operations through the maintenance of continuous voice and data communications with required internal and external elements. Nil. Denied. ideally without need for an RRB station and CP is screened from enemy EW devices. The CP is concealed and protected from any indirect fire threats and accessible by vehicles to the extent possible. 2. c. maps. messages. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Higher active command net (real or simulated). collate and send information up and down the chain of command. and the maintenance of all orders. The cbt tm establishes and operates the CP taking into account all siting and security factors: a. The communications configuration is established and provided for the CP. The CP is sited to permit good communications with higher headquarters and subordinate elements. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. A CP is required to receive. CONDITIONS: a. Necessary Criteria 1. and other supporting documentation /records. including a remote capability when B-GL-383-002/PS-002 795 Remarks b. Chapter 1.Combat Team B0561062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP LEVEL: 5 (Combat Team) PHASE: All Reference: Section 2. Multiple subordinate elements executing tasks. .

f. and The CP assists in the maintenance of a common operating picture (COP) IAW BTS B05601004E MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS by mean of communications with lower and higher command level. d.Battle Task Standards applicable. Measures are taken to provide the continuation of command and control should the CP be removed from action. e. using proper radio procedures. The CP establishes and maintains communication. Functional BTS: T04601062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP I4461062E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP 796 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

Chapter 4. 1. Subordinate elements. b. 2. Appropriate formation plans (Info Ops Campaign.). B-GL-301-002/FP-001 Battle Group in Operations. NDID. etc. B. Necessary Criteria 1. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 797 . of the major OPFOR approaches. This information provides the comd with SA and assists his decision-making. Annex A. either frontal. in particular. Recce Operations. The cbt tm provides effective observation coverage of the area and. including comd and staff. Nil. 2. The cbt tm is conducting operations within a unit framework and has been directed to provide early warning and to report information on OPFOR without imposing delay. Section 4 and Appendix 4. Situation. Fire Support plans. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Warning order. from the flank or from the rear. TASK STANDARD: The cbt tm provides the unit comd with relevant and continuous information on the OPFOR and the approaches he uses into the area of operations. Chapter 4. 3. The cbt tm reports all information in a timely and accurate manner.Combat Team B05602058S EXECUTE A SCREEN LEVEL: 5 (Combat Team) PHASE: All References: A. CONDITIONS: a. Denied. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher. The cbt tm maintains contact with the OPFOR while Remarks ref B describes the prep and employment of a Screen. At least one level of command higher. OPFOR.

Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria avoiding direct engagement. Remarks Functional BTS: G24613157E EXECUTE A FIRE PLAN A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY I13602058E EXECUTE A SCREEN I33602058E EXECUTE A SCREEN I33643130E EXECUTE A GUARD 798 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

the cbt tm reacts IAW orders. The cbt tm moves tactically IAW BTS CODE MOVE TACTICALLY. The cbt tm is deliberately seeking to make contact with OPFOR. 3. NOTE This BTS includes Meeting Engagements and such events could cause the execution of one of the following BTS: B0563093E EXECUTE AN ATTACK. Once contact is made. CONDITIONS: a. Chapter 5. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. TASK STANDARD: The cbt tm plans and executes an advance and makes contact with the OPFOR IAW the higher Comd’s intent. 1. executes drills as necessary in ref A and ref B and reacts to the tactical situation as necessary. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 799 . 2. Denied. 5. Situation. b. 4. c. Given. B05631314E EXECUTE A DEFENCE. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations (Interim). and B0563075E EXECUTE A BYPASS 2. The cbt tm ensures that its attack position and LD are secure. Necessary Criteria 1.Combat Team B05653061E EXECUTE AN ADVANCE TO CONTACT LEVEL: 5 (Combat Team) PHASE: Transitional Operations References: Section 1. The cbt tm executes battle procedure IAW BTS B05601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Elements of the cbt tm occupy hides en route if necessary. Nil. IAW BTS A04604182E OCCUPY A HIDE/HARBOUR/ASSEMBLY AREA.

Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 6. Remarks Functional BTS: T04653061E EXECUTE AN ADVANCE TO CONTACT I44653061E EXECUTE AN ADVANCE TO CONTACT A04604180E REACT TO DIRECT FIRE A04604181E REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE T02303079E ENGAGE TARGETS WITH MAIN AND SECONDARY ARMAMENTS K02303079E ENGAGE TARGETS WITH MAIN AND SECONDARY ARMAMENTS 800 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The cbt tm takes subsequent action IAW Orders.

Combat Team B05653067E EXECUTE A LINKUP LEVEL: 5 (Combat Team) PHASE: Transitional Operations References: A. Section 3. TASK STANDARD: The cbt tm successfully links up with friendly forces within the constraints imposed by the higher comd. 2. Functional BTS: T14653067E EXECUTE A LINK UP T34653067E EXECUTE A LINK UP I44653067E EXECUTE A LINK UP T12353067E EXECUTE A LINK UP I12353067E EXECUTE A LINK UP B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks 801 . The cbt tm coordinates plans with friendly elements that will come into contact within its AOR as applicable. The cbt tm executes battle procedure IAW BTS B05601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. 1. The OPFOR disposition (actual or simulated) should restrict friendly force freedom of movement. IAW ref A. Warning Orders and Orders from one level higher. 5. the cbt tm will consolidate as required based on the selected course of action while executing BTS I4461062E CONSOLIDATE. The friendly force has been ordered to link up with the cbt tm. CONDITIONS: a. 2. The cbt tm links up with the other friendly force. 3. Denied. b. Necessary Criteria 1. The cbt tm has been ordered to link up with another friendly force in enemy-controlled territory. OPFOR. 4. The selected course of action should adhere to the TTP of the link up contained in refs A and B. Chapter 5. The cbt tm submits its plans for integration to higher. B. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations (Interim). Given: (1) (2) (3) c. with emphasis on the relevant control measures. Chapter 6. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). Situation.

The cbt tm executes battle procedure IAW BTS B05601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. or enemy force. The cbt tm executes the bypass IAW the selected course of action (which should include both a fix and a tactical move in order to disengage). Functional BTS: T04653075E EXECUTE A BYPASS I44653075E EXECUTE A BYPASS Remarks 802 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Any enemy force is fixed so that it cannot manoeuvre. 2. 2. CONDITIONS: a. position. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. OPFOR. Nil. 4. 3.Battle Task Standards B05653075E EXECUTE A BYPASS LEVEL: 5 (Combat Team) PHASE: Transitional Operations Reference: Nil 1. Denied. withdraw. TASK STANDARD: The cbt tm bypasses the obstacle. Necessary Criteria 1. Bypass routes are available. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Situation. b. The cbt tm is conducting operations and bypass is required. The cbt tm sends SITREP to higher headquarters. The cbt tm pickets the contact until a contact handover can be made with another element. or cause sufficient casualties to prevent the cbt tm from completing its mission.

Counter-mobility tasks in support of the delay are executed. Chapter 4. Warning order and orders from one level of command higher. 1. Retaining sufficient combat power to meet the higher Comd’s intent for subsequent actions. Nil 2. The cbt tm is delaying within the context of a larger force’s operation. Denied. The cbt tm deploys IAW the selected course of action (which may include both alternate or successive positions). The OPFOR can be reinforced with up to company size elements. 3. Sufficient combat power to execute the delay. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). Within the boundaries and for the duration specified in orders. Situation. 2. 4. TASK STANDARD: The cbt tm delays the enemy within the constraints imposed by the higher comd such as: a. The selected course of action should adhere to the TTP of the delay contained in the ref. indirect fire and close air support. b. The OPFOR is expected to attack mounted or dismounted with forces up to battalion strength potentially supported by attack helicopters. The cbt tm submits its plans for integration to higher. Given: (1) (2) c. b. Necessary Criteria 1. CONDITIONS: a. The cbt tm executes battle procedure IAW BTS B05601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. B. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 803 . B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations (Interim).Combat Team B05643080E EXECUTE A DELAY LEVEL: 5 (Combat Team) PHASE: Delaying Operations References: A. OPFOR reconnaissance elements can be expected to gain information on the cbt tm’s activities. Chapter 5.

reorganize IAW BTS A04605301E CONDUCT REORGANIZATION. The cbt tm executes the delay IAW the selected course of action. The cbt tm coordinates plans with friendly elements that will come into contact within its AOR. Upon termination of the delay. 7. 6. Remarks Functional BTS: T04643080S EXECUTE A DELAY I44643080S EXECUTE A DELAY 804 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 8.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 5. the cbt tm breaks contact or hands over contact to another element. As ordered.

CONDITIONS: a. The cbt tm is executing relief operations in the context of a larger force. This will include one of the following IAW ref A: (1) (2) (3) A Relief in Place – a relief in which all or part of a force is replaced in a sector by an incoming force. Retaining sufficient combat power to meet the higher Comd’s intent for subsequent actions. Within the boundaries and timings specified in orders. 2.Combat Team B05653081E EXECUTE A RELIEF LEVEL: 5 (Combat Team) PHASE: Transitional Operations References: A. TASK STANDARD: The cbt tm executes the relief within the constraints imposed by the higher comd such as: a. Denied. Such actions are covered by BTS A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY. Warning order and orders from one level of command higher. b. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 805 . NOTE Retirements. Chapter 6. Chapter 5. Nil. B. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations (Interim). A Rearward Passage of Lines – a relief where a force effecting a movement to the rear passes through the sector of a unit occupying a defensive position. c. are not covered by this BTS. Section 6. A Forward Passage of Lines – a relief in which a force advances or attacks through another force that is in contact with the enemy. defined as: “a movement away from the enemy by a force out of contact” in ref A. 1. Situation. b. Given. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft).

3. The cbt tm successfully executes the relief IAW the selected course of action and passage of command responsibility as applicable. with emphasis on the relevant liaison and coordination. Remarks Functional BTS: T04653081E EXECUTE A RELIEF I44653081E EXECUTE A RELIEF 806 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The cbt tm takes subsequent action IAW orders. 2. The selected course of action should adhere to the TTP of the relief contained in refs A and B. The cbt tm executes battle procedure IAW BTS B05601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 1.

Determines location of the enemy element. CONDITIONS: a. The cbt tm occupies firebase positions based on the following tactical considerations: a. d. 1. c. b. Positions that allows the element to engage the enemy with effective fires. The cbt tm receives. ref B. Chapter 2. Confirms Comd's direct fire and (if applicable) indirect fire plan. 2. ref A. b. 3. Situation. Coordinates with supporting elements as required. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations (Interim). analyzes and acknowledges the Orders from next higher level HQ: a. c. and the B-GL-383-002/PS-002 807 . Orders from one level of command higher. b. Denied. Chapter 4. Section 6. B. Remarks 2. Positions located on terrain affording cover and concealment for suitable fire positions. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. Identifies covered and concealed routes to firebase positions (if not specified in the order). Nil. Necessary Criteria 1. The cbt tm receives orders to establish and operate a fire base or to execute an attack by fire position.Combat Team B05623092E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE LEVEL: 5 (Combat Team) PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. The cbt tm operates the fire base IAW orders. TASK STANDARD: The cbt tm places effective direct fire and indirect fire on OPFOR IAW the plan of attack. Given.

and A04604180E REACT TO DIRECT FIRE. Remarks 5. A04604181E REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE. Functional BTS: T34623092S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIRE BASE I44623092E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIRE BASE K44623092S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIRE BASE 808 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The cbt tm reacts to the tactical situation. 4. b. The cbt tm executes reorganization IAW BTS A04605301E EXECUTE REORGANIZATION as necessary. as necessary. IAW the following BTS: a.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria assigned fire plan.

Designated elements of the cbt tm will advance to the limit of exploitation set in orders. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher including ROE. General. the cbt tm will consolidate based on the selected course of action. Recce. 2. The cbt tm encounters an OPFOR. Chapter 4. and Plan. IAW ref. the cbt tm mounts the attack. NOTE This BTS includes assault water crossings and all forms of counter-attack. Chapter 2. IAW ref. Denied. the cbt tm applies the steps of Warning. that can be defeated by the cbt tm with its integral resources that it is required to attack. Nil. B. in a unprepared posn. 3. CONDITIONS: a. 2. Necessary Criteria 1. TASK STANDARD: The cbt tm plans and executes a hasty attack that defeats the enemy.Combat Team B05623093S EXECUTE AN ATTACK LEVEL: 5 (Combat Team) PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. Mounting. Given: (1) (2) c. Consolidation. the cbt tm executes the assault based on the selected course of action. Situation. 4. IAW ref. Security. Section 7. and of appropriate size and strength. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations (Interim). Assault. The cbt tm retains sufficient combat power to meet the higher Comd’s intent for subsequent actions. A sub-sub-unit-sized enemy. IAW ref. b. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. 1. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 809 .

Battle Task Standards Functional BTS: T34623093S EXECUTE AN ATTACK I44623093E EXECUTE AN ATTACK A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY A04604180E REACT TO DIRECT FIRE A04604181E REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE I44604095E CONSOLIDATE T34604095S CONSOLIDATE T33423092S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIRE BASE K43423092S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIRE BASE I43423092S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIRE BASE E13320213S RECCE AN ENEMY OBSTACLE E23423145E EXECUTE AN OBSTACLE BREACH E23423207E ASSIST AN ATTACK ON A FORTIFIED POSITION A04605301E REORGANIZE G22402052E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN ARTILLERY OP 810 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

Team personnel. Denied. and contingency plans for alternate action. conduct final coordination and briefings once the cbt tm marries up with aircraft. Sufficient aviation assets are available. rehearsals. 3. d. 1. b. Nil 2. The cbt tm must complete the following: a. The cbt tm loads the aircraft at the pick-up zone (PZ) and sufficient numbers of personnel. plan action at the objective. B-GL-322-008/FP-001 Tactical Guide to Urban Operations. TASK STANDARD: The cbt tm successfully plans. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher. Necessary Criteria 1. b. equipment and combat supplies are prepared for movement at the time and place specified. c. The cbt tm is required to move tactically using airmobile assets to carry out an assigned task.Combat Team B05663113S EXECUTE HELIBORNE OPERATIONS LEVEL: 5 (Combat Team) PHASE: Unique Operations Reference: Section 4. Situation. Chapter 4. prepares and participates in an airmobile operation within the time specified in orders (day and/or night). B-GL-383-002/PS-002 811 . Remarks 4. equipment and combat supplies arrive at the landing zone (LZ) in order to accomplish the mission. 2. The cbt tm organizes the load based on the allowable cargo loads as stated in higher orders. CONDITIONS: a. Given: (1) (2) c.

The cbt tm proceeds with its mission IAW orders. or an alternate site must be selected 10. The cbt tm ensures the PZ is secured. 9. 7. Functional BTS: I04663113S EXECUTE AIRMOBILE OPERATIONS Remarks 812 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 5. The cbt tm briefs personnel on the helicopter landing formation. The cbt tm establishes the priority of loading. The assault echelon secures the LZ if it is not already secured by pathfinders or fire support. to land maximum combat power. 6. The Assault force must be grouped to achieve balance of force and concentration of fire. 8.

Named Areas of Interest (NAI). Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. delay. Remarks 3. IAW the higher comd’s intent.Combat Team B05644130E EXECUTE A GUARD LEVEL: 5 (Combat Team) PHASE: Defensive Operations Reference: NIL 1. to report information and to destroy. Denied. 2. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 813 . Immediate comd’s intent and concept. Necessary Criteria 1. Nil. d. b. The cbt tm has been directed to provide early warning. Situation. 2. Surveillance of enemy contacts throughout the security zone and which makes maximum use of available sensors. c. b. The cbt tm carries out battle procedure IAW BTS B05601000E. while also observing and reporting. The cbt tm ensures that orders are understood. At least one subordinate level of command. Given: (1) (2) c. CONDITIONS: a. The cbt tm develops a plan which includes: a. to include the following: a. TASK STANDARD: The cbt tm protects the main force by fighting to gain time. EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The cbt tm is conducting operations within a fmn framework. Information requirements (IR) and Priority Information Requirements (PIR). block or fix the enemy before the enemy reaches the MDA. and Target Areas of Interest (TAI).

Remarks c. The cbt tm achieves the effect desired by their Comd. 8. 5. and re-organizes IAW BTS A04605301E REORGANIZE. The cbt tm ensures coordination for a Relief if required. impede or harass enemy forces as they enter and proceed through the area of responsibility. 4. A fire plan to destroy. 7. The cbt tm engages targets IAW the fire plan. The cbt tm deploys to assigned areas IAW BTS A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY. and Measures to destroy enemy forces IAW orders. Functional BTS: I4464130E EXECUTE A GUARD 814 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 6. The cbt tm moves to the RV.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria b.

b. The cbt tm deploys IAW the selected course of action (which may include both an area and a mobile defence or a reserved demolition guard). Given: (1) (2) c. Enemy reconnaissance elements can be expected to gain information on the cbt tm’s activities. Necessary Criteria 1. The cbt tm is defending within the context of a larger force’s defence. Retaining sufficient combat power to meet the higher Comd’s intent for subsequent actions. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher. Nil 2. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations (Interim).Combat Team B05633134E EXECUTE A DEFENCE LEVEL: 5 (Combat Team) PHASE: Defensive Operations References: Chapter 3. Within the time limit and boundaries specified in orders. Situation. The enemy can be reinforced with up to company size elements. b. CONDITIONS: a. Sufficient combat power to execute the defence. TASK STANDARD: The cbt tm defends a battle position or sector within the constraints imposed by the higher comd such as: a. Denied. Defeating the enemy IAW the higher Comd’s intent and concept of operations. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 815 . 1. The cbt tm executes battle procedure IAW BTS B05601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. indirect fire and close air support. The selected course of action should adhere to the principles of the defence contained in ref. c. 2. The enemy is expected to attack mounted or dismounted with forces up to battalion strength potentially supported by attack helicopters.

The cbt tm coordinates plans with friendly elements that will come into contact within its AOR.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 3. the cbt tm will consolidate as required based on the selected course of action while executing BTS I44604095E CONSOLIDATE. 4. 5. 7. Remarks Functional BTS: I44633134E EXECUTE A DEFENCE T34633096S EXECUTE A BLOCK I43433134E EXECUTE A DEFENCE T33433096S EXECUTE A BLOCK E23411238E INTEGRATE BARRIER PLAN 816 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . The cbt tm integrates its supporting barrier and fire plans into the defence. The cbt tm executes the defence IAW the selected course of action. 6. IAW ref. The cbt tm submits its plans for integration to higher.

the cbt tm reorganizes IAW BTS A04605301E REORGANIZE. Intentional Encirclement – Warning order and orders from one level of command higher. Unintentional Encirclement – Nil. Upon termination of the break out. B. Nil. Chapter 7. The selected course of action should adhere to the TTP of the break out contained in ref. The cbt tm executes battle procedure IAW BTS B05601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. Situation. CONDITIONS: a.Combat Team B05663136S EXECUTE A BREAKOUT LEVEL: 5 (Combat Team) PHASE: Unique Operations References: A. 3. time. 7. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations (Interim). TASK STANDARD: The cbt tm carries out the required preparations and actions in an appropriate sequence. 5. The cbt tm submits its plans for integration to higher as applicable. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). Chapter 5. Denied. 4. The cbt tm re-establishes contact with its higher headquarters. The cbt tm coordinates plans with friendly elements that will come into contact within its AOR as applicable. and place to break out from an OPFOR encirclement. 6. The cbt tm deploys IAW the selected course of action. 1. The cbt tm executes the break out IAW the selected course of action. The breakout occurs without loss of significant combat power. Necessary Criteria 1. 2. Functional BTS: B05623093E EXECUTE AN ATTACK B05653075E EXECUTE A BYPASS B05653067E EXECUTE A LINKUP B05653139S EXECUTE A WITHDRAWAL I44653136S EXECUTE A BREAKOUT B-GL-383-002/PS-002 817 Remarks . 2. Section 4. b. The cbt tm has become encircled and must break out. Given: (1) (2) c.

Chapter 6. Section 5. The selected course of action should adhere to the TTP of the withdrawal contained in ref. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations (Interim). Within the boundaries and timings specified in orders. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). The cbt tm executes battle procedure IAW BTS B05601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. The cbt tm coordinates plans with friendly elements that will come into contact within its AOR. As ordered. b. 2. Denied. 8. IAW ref A. The cbt tm deploys IAW the selected course of action (which may include both alternate or successive positions). Nil. b. TASK STANDARD: The Combat Team withdraws within the constraints imposed by the higher comd such as: a. c. Warning order and orders from one level of command higher. Chapter 5. 2. 1. the cbt tm disengages from the position in a controlled and sequenced withdrawal IAW the plan. Situation. Retaining sufficient combat power to meet the higher Comd’s intent for subsequent actions. The cbt tm submits its plans for integration to higher. 9. Necessary Criteria 1. 5. CONDITIONS: a. 3. reorganize IAW BTS Remarks 818 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . 6. 7. The cbt tm executes the withdrawal IAW the selected course of action. B. the cbt tm breaks contact or hands over contact to another element. Upon termination of the withdrawal.Battle Task Standards B05603139E EXECUTE A WITHDRAWAL LEVEL: 5 (Combat Team) PHASE: Transitional Operations References: A. 4. The cbt tm is conducting operations and is required to withdraw. Given. Counter-mobility tasks are executed in support of the withdrawal.

Combat Team Necessary Criteria A04605301E REORGANIZE. Functional BTS: A04653139S EXECUTE A WITHDRAWAL Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 819 .

The selected 820 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . b. indirect fire and close air support to seize key terrain. The cbt tm executes battle procedure IAW BTS B05601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE. OPFOR. Situation. TASK STANDARD: The cbt tm defends the reserved demolition within the constraints imposed by the higher comd such as: a. The demolition guard comd is responsive to the authorized comd on the DND 913 Demolition Order and must meet this comd’s intent. Defeating the enemy IAW the higher Comd’s intent and concept of operations. c. Sufficient combat power to execute the defence. OPFOR is expected to attack mounted or dismounted with forces up to battalion strength potentially supported by attack helicopters. 2. The cbt tm deploys IAW the selected course of action. Nil 2. OPFOR reconnaissance elements can be expected to gain information on the cbt tm’s activities. b. Warning order and orders from one level higher from one level of command higher. 1. CONDITIONS: a. Within the time limit and boundaries specified in orders. Retaining sufficient combat power to meet the higher Comd’s intent for subsequent actions. OPFOR can be reinforced with up to company size elements. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations (Interim).Battle Task Standards B05633149E EXECUTE A RESERVED DEMOLITION GUARD LEVEL: 5 (Combat Team) PHASE: Defensive Operations References: Chapter 3. Necessary Criteria 1. Denied. The cbt tmis defending the reserved demolition on key terrain within the context of a larger force’s defence. Given: (1) (2) (3) c.

Remarks Functional BTS: I44633134E EXECUTE A DEFENCE T34633096S EXECUTE A BLOCK I43433134E EXECUTE A DEFENCE T33433096S EXECUTE A BLOCK E23401200E CONTROL EXECUTION OF A RESERVED OBSTACLE B-GL-383-002/PS-002 821 . If mines are laid.Combat Team Necessary Criteria course of action should adhere to the principles of the defence contained in ref and The main effort will be focused on ensuring the demolition will be successfully executed on order of the authorized comd or as otherwise directed by the DND 913. The cbt tm coordinates plans with friendly elements that will come into contact within its AOR. 9. Consolidation. the cbt tm will consolidate as required based on the selected course of action. The target is denied or destroyed IAW the higher comd’s direction. The cbt tm integrates its supporting barrier and fire plans into the defence. The cbt tm submits its plans for integration to higher. Part III Demolition Report para 14 must be completed and the DND 913 returned to the authorized comd in order to report the effectiveness of the obstacle and update the barrier plan and Brown situational awareness. 7. Consideration should also be given to the appropriate defensive posture when the demolition is at State Two. 6. DND 913. IAW ref. 10. The cbt tm executes the defence IAW the selected course of action. 8. 3. If the target is destroyed. The engineer firing party comd will confirm the time to prepare from State One to State Two (these timings must be rehearsed) and the time to complete the obstacle after it has been fired. they are to be reported and recorded on the E121B Bridge Demolition Recce Report. 5. 4.

The cbt tm executes battle procedure IAW BTS B05601000E. The comd could task order the reconnaissance force to picket or withdraw. Denied. BATTLE PROCEDURE. Chapter 2. strength. CONDITIONS: a. Employing direct fire. At least one subordinate level of command. 2. disposition or intentions by making him respond to offensive action. Situation. c. 2. Reconnaissance in Force implies fighting for information by: a. Remarks 822 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . size. Necessary Criteria 1. The adoption of further Courses of Action (COA) in the advance would lead to the rapid destruction of the unit/formation’s reconnaissance force(s). Restrictions may be placed on the element to avoid decisive engagement with the enemy. Given: (1) (2) (3) Warning Order and Orders from one or two levels of command higher. OPFOR. Armoured Recce TTP. The cbt tm is tasked to execute Reconnaissance in Force. TASK STANDARD: The cbt tm executes a reconnaissance in force that compels the enemy into disclosing its the location. Two potential situations or a combination of both may be encountered: (1) (2) Limited information about the enemy is available and the cbt tm’s higher headquarters desires more specific information on the enemy. 1. b. and order follow on manouevre forces to conduce a Reconnaissance in Force.Battle Task Standards B05623150S EXECUTE RECONNAISSANCE IN FORCE LEVEL: 5 (Combat Team) PHASE: Offensive Operations Reference: Section 10.

Employing indirect fire. b. Employ specific weapon systems. Functional BTS: B05623093E EXECUTE AN ATTACK A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY B-GL-383-002/PS-002 823 . Exploitation of tactical success. d. Reveal weakness and/or future intentions. Extrication of the element. The desired end state may include but is not limited to forcing the enemy to: a. Employ its fire support assets. Conducting hasty attacks IAW orders. b. 4. Remarks 3. c. Employ its reserve and counter-attack forces. Planning consideration must include contingencies for the cbt tms: a. c.Combat Team Necessary Criteria b.

Personnel do not carry details of military activities in personal belongings (letters. b.Battle Task Standards B05604042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC LEVEL: 5 (Combat Team) PHASE: All References: A. as applicable. b. Necessary Criteria 1. B-GL-332-001/FP-001 Unit SOP. Orders from one level of command higher. Restrict information to a need to know basis while maintaining a common operating picture (COP). USOP 203. Nil. to include STANO and Counter-surveillance policies. 2. photographs. B. Controls access to the area. Current cryptographic material list. B-GL-364-001/FP-001 Land Force Counter-Surveillance. f. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Situation. e. The cbt tm complies with security measures: a. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks 824 . The cbt tm is tactically deployed carrying out normal duties IAW their assigned mission. diaries. Chapters 3 to 9. d. Conduct deployment preparations so as to minimize detection. CEOI. CONDITIONS: a. Maps contain minimal details on friendly units. c. disposition and intentions. Denied. Prohibit fraternization with civilians. etc). 1.02. TASK STANDARD: The cbt tm takes measure designed to prevent the enemy from learning its strength.

e. 3. PDA and Cellular Telephones). track. Functional BTS: A04604042E DEVELOP AND MAINTAIN OPSEC B-GL-383-002/PS-002 825 . The cbt tm employs communications security procedures. the cbt tm maintains camouflage and concealment. When applicable. and light. 4. IAW the tactical situation and Orders. Remarks 2.Combat Team Necessary Criteria g. Sanitize all areas and positions before departure. noise and EMCON discipline. including prohibiting the use of unauthorized means of communication (i. the cbt tm employs local security measures IAW BTS A04604171E EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE.

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based on a unit headquarters. A BG is defined as: “An organization task tailored for operations. consisting of manoeuvre sub-units with combat support and combat service support. Functional and Subordinate BTS. may vary depending on the composition of the BG and should not be taken to be absolute as they focus on infantry battalions and the DFS Regiment. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 827 .” 2.Battle Task Standards CHAPTER 15 BATTLE GROUP 1. in this case.

Denied. CONDITIONS: a. Subordinate elements. Nil. Members of the Board felt that a TF 828 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . of the major OPFOR approaches. NDID. The BG is conducting operations within a fmn framework and has been directed to provide early warning and to report information on OPFOR without imposing delay. The BG provides effective observation coverage of the area and. Recce Operations. Necessary Criteria 1. Section 4 and Appendix 4. TASK STANDARD: The BG provides the formation comd with relevant and continuous information on the OPFOR and the approaches he uses into the area of operations. OPFOR. Remarks Ref A states that the task of a Screen belongs to a Recce Unit as opposed to a TF. This information provides the comd with SA and assists his decision-making. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher. Appropriate formation plans (Info Ops Campaign. B-GL-301-002/FP-001 Battle Group in Operations. Fire Support plans. 2. either frontal. 3. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. 1.Battle Task Standards B06702058S EXECUTE A SCREEN LEVEL: 6 (Battle Group) PHASE: All References: A. in particular. The BG reports all information in a timely and accurate manner. Warning order. Situation. The BG maintains contact with the OPFOR while avoiding direct engagement. Annex A. Chapter 4. Chapter 4.). 2. B. At least one level of command higher. etc. from the flank or from the rear. including comd and staff. b.

Battle Group Necessary Criteria Remarks could be tasked with and accomplish this task. Ref B describes the prep and employment of a Screen. Functional BTS: G24613157E EXECUTE A FIRE PLAN A06703141E MOVE TACTICALLY I13602058E EXECUTE A SCREEN I33602058E EXECUTE A SCREEN I33643130E EXECUTE A GUARD B05643130S EXECUTE A GUARD B056533061E EXECUTE AN ADVANCE TO CONTACT B-GL-383-002/PS-002 829 .

CONDITIONS: a. 2. Sections 1 and 5. 2. the element reacts IAW orders. Nil. b. B. and B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks 830 . as necessary.Battle Task Standards LEVELS TWO TO FOUR T12353061E / T13453061E / T14653061E EXECUTE AN ADVANCE TO CONTACT LEVEL: 2 to 4 PHASE: Transitional References: A. The element occupies an assembly area. Once contact is made. executes drills as necessary IAW ref A and ref B and reacts to the tactical situation. A0234181E / A03404181E / A04604181E REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE. Denied. 4. The element is conducting tactical operations and receives orders to execute an advance to contact. Part 2. Armour TTPs. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations. the Crew maintains contact and takes action IAW orders. c. if applicable. Section 1. IAW the following BTS: a. Chapter 5. b. Once contact is made. The element maintains sufficient combat power to conduct follow-on operations IAW the comd’s intent Necessary Criteria 1. Situation. TASK STANDARD: The element executes the advance IAW orders. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher to include Red situational awareness. Given. IAW BTS A03404182E / A04604182E OCCUPY A HIDE/HARBOUR/ASSEMBLY AREA. The element moves tactically IAW BTS A0233141E / A03403141E / A04603141E MOVE TACTICALLY. 1. A0234180E / A03404180E / A04604180E REACT TO DIRECT FIRE. 3. The element executes battle procedure IAW BTS A0231000E / A03401000E / A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE.

T0233079E. ENGAGE TARGETS WITH MAIN AND SECONDARY ARMAMENTS.Battle Group Necessary Criteria c. Remarks 5. The element takes subsequent action IAW Orders. A03413049S EXECUTE A CALL FOR FIRE At Level Four. T04603067E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CP B-GL-383-002/PS-002 831 . Functional BTS: At Level Three.

The search locates the required personnel or material or confirms the absence thereof. 1. e. search parties. outer cordon. CONDITIONS: a. The BG executes OPP IAW BTS A06701001E EXECUTE OPP with emphasis on coordination and liaison with the civilian authorities.Battle Task Standards B06773069S EXECUTE A CORDON AND SEARCH OPERATION LEVEL: 6 (Battle Group) PHASE: OOTW Reference: Appendix 3. Remarks 3. Warning Order and Orders from one level of command higher. c. Situation. holding parties. f. inner cordon. d. b. headquarters. The BG must isolate and support a search of an area. 2. Nil. The Cordon stage occurs as follows: 832 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Civilian authorities for the search. Denied. The BG is task tailored for the operation. 2. task tailoring should include: a. g. b. escorts. IAW ref. Annex B. and reserves. Necessary Criteria 1. B-GJ-005-006/FP-090 Crowd Confrontation Operations. TASK STANDARD: The BG isolates the designated area by cordoning it off and assists in the systematic search of the area. Given: (1) (2) c.

b. b. the Dismounted Infantry Battalion reacts appropriately to contingencies. c. Remarks c. designated platoon personnel assist the civilian authorities in the execution of the search by providing protection and preventing escape. and vehicles and personnel are searched IAW techniques described in ref. 4. the Cordon comd checks the cordon to ensure that it is complete. the cordon may be thinned out so long as observation and reserves are maintained. d.Battle Group Necessary Criteria a. the BG moves from the Forward RV to establish the cordon quickly and personnel adopt the ‘on guard’ position. the BG moves to the Forward RV and surprise is maintained during that move. The Search stage occurs as follows: a. and should the cordon need to be in position for a long period. Functional BTS: A06701002E ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL I04673069E EXECUTE A CORDON AND SEARCH T14673069E EXECUTE A CORDON AND SEARCH B-GL-383-002/PS-002 833 .

B. 2. Functional BTS: T14653067E EXECUTE A LINK UP T34653067E EXECUTE A LINK UP I44653067E EXECUTE A LINK UP T12353067E EXECUTE A LINK UP I12353067E EXECUTE A LINK UP Remarks 834 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Necessary Criteria 1. The OPFOR disposition (actual or simulated) should restrict friendly force freedom of movement. Situation. b. The selected course of action should adhere to the TTP of the link up contained in refs A and B. The BG has been ordered to link up with another friendly force in enemy-controlled territory. Section 3. 5. The BG links up with the other friendly force. The friendly force has been ordered to link up with the BG. Chapter 5.Battle Task Standards B06753067E EXECUTE A LINKUP LEVEL: 6 (Battle Group) PHASE: Transitional Operations References: A. The BG coordinates plans with friendly elements that will come into contact within its AOR as applicable. 4. 3. Chapter 6. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). TASK STANDARD: The BG successfully links up with friendly forces within the constraints imposed by the higher comd. Denied. 1. with emphasis on the relevant control measures. BG will consolidate as required based on the selected course of action. CONDITIONS: a. The BG submits its plans for integration to higher. IAW ref A. The BG executes OPP IAW BTS A06701001E EXECUTE OPP. B-GL-321-006/FP-001 Combat Team Operations (Interim). 2. Given: (1) (2) c. Warning Orders and Orders from one level higher.

B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). The BG is preparing to conduct a delay.Battle Group B06743080S EXECUTE A DELAY LEVEL: 6 (Battle Group) PHASE: Delaying Operations References: A. Maintaining Contact. Deliberate Attack. Chapter 4. and boundaries. Effective Use of Ground. Situation. Maintaining a Balanced Effort. 2. Denied. in the context of fmn defensive operations. etc. B. 1. Warning order. Necessary Criteria 1. Hasty Attack. The Delay is planned and executed ensuring adherence to the following principles: Fire and Movement. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 835 . 2. B-GL-301-002/FP-001 Battle Group in Operations. TASK STANDARD: The BG slows the enemy's advance IAW the higher comd’s intent and concept of operations. and Surprise and Deception. The delay is executed within the higher Comd’s intent and control measures such as the retention of combat power. duration. Nil. At least one level of command higher. CONDITIONS: a. Chapter 5. Subordinate elements. Section 3. etc.). Obstacles. including comd and staff. An OPFOR likely to execute either a Meeting Engagement. or Air Mobile Operations. b. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher. Fire Support plans. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Trading Space for Time. Appropriate formation plans (Info Ops Campaign.

Battle Task Standards Functional BTS: E24604239E PLAN AND EXECUTE COUNTER-MOBILITY OPERATIONS G24613157E EXECUTE A FIRE PLAN B05643080S EXECUTE A DELAY E24601238E INTEGRATE BARRIER PLAN I13602058E EXECUTE A SCREEN I33602058E EXECUTE A SCREEN I33643130E EXECUTE A GUARD I33623096E EXECUTE A BLOCK A06701001E EXECUTE OPP A06701002E ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL 836 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

This will include only the Relief in Place – a relief in which all or part of a force is replaced in a sector by an incoming force. Concealment.). Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). OPFOR. Denied. Chapter 6. The relief is planned and executed ensuring adherence to the following principles: Surprise. The BG is relieving another manoeuvre unit in the context of a larger force. Fire Support and the Exchange of Equipment and Supplies. Appropriate formation plans (Info Ops Campaign. Subordinate elements. and boundaries. Passages of Line are covered in BTS A0673082S EXECUTE PASSAGE OF LINES. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. The relief is executed within the higher Comd’s intent and control measures such as the retention of combat power. TASK STANDARD: The BG conducts a Relief in order to sustain the overall level of combat power of the formation and to prepare for future operations IAW the higher comd’s intent and concept of operations. Sequencing. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 837 Remarks . Secrecy. 2. 2. duration. B. Fire Support plans. B-GL-301-002/FP-001 Battle Group in Operations. etc. 1. b. Security. etc.Battle Group B06753081S EXECUTE A RELIEF IN PLACE LEVEL: 6 (Battle Group) PHASE: Transitional Operations References: A. Cooperation and Coordination. At least one level of command higher. Warning order. including comd and staff. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher. Nil. Deception. Chapter 6. Necessary Criteria 1.

Battle Task Standards Functional BTS: E24604239E PLAN AND EXECUTE COUNTER-MOBILITY OPERATIONS G24613157E EXECUTE A FIRE PLAN I13602075E EXECUTE TRAFFIC CONTROL T04653081E EXECUTE A RELIEF I44653081E EXECUTE A RELIEF A06701001E EXECUTE OPP A06701002E ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL 838 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

B-GL-392-004-FP-001 Infantry Patrolling. Chapter 6. Necessary Criteria Remarks 1. Section 6. Section 3. The BG conducts planning and coordination including Fire support. CONDITIONS: a. Situation. Fire Support and Barrier Plans etc. Chapter 1. D. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). 3. b. Task organization must include security. B-GL-332-008/FP-001 Infantry Insert. The execution of the raid must include Preparations. Nil. Action on objective and Extraction while employing sufficient control measures to avoid fratricide. TASK STANDARD: The BG destroys its target and successfully exfiltrates. support and cut-off elements. BG in Ops. Warning order. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c.08. including comd and staff. 1. C. 2. An appropriate target. Denied. At least one level of command higher. Chapter 4. assault. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 839 .). B. The tactical situation requires a BG to conduct an ambush. a Manoeuvre plan and early and ongoing Target surveillance on objective. Terrain management. E. USOP 807. B-GL-392-008-FP-001 Ambush and Counter Ambush. Subordinate elements. 2. Appropriate formation plans (Info Ops Campaign.Battle Group B06723086S EXECUTE AN AMBUSH LEVEL: 6 (Battle Group) PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher.

Battle Task Standards Functional BTS: A06701001E EXECUTE OPP A06701002E ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL I04624125E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A PATROL BASE I44623086E EXECUTE AN AMBUSH 840 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

C. 1. Denied. and/or Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 841 . Chapter 9. 2. B. Isolation of the objective(s). Nil. b.). The BG establishes a firebase IAW the formation plan and subordinate elements are aware of all relevant control measures. B-GL-309-001/FT-001 Infantry Battalion in Battle. Suppression of enemy. Appropriate formation plans (Info Ops Campaign. including comd and staff. At least one level of command higher. whether it be one or more of the following: a. Chapter 3. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. 2. Warning order. OPFOR. The BG has been directed to support another unit in a formation level attack. Subordinate elements. b. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher. Situation. The BG’s fire achieves the effect desired by the formation comd. etc. B-GL-305-001/FT-001 Armoured Regiment in Battle.Battle Group B06723092S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE LEVEL: 6 (Battle Group) PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. B-GL-301-002/FP-001 Battle Group in Operations. TASK STANDARD: The BG places effective direct fire and indirect fire on OPFOR IAW the plan of attack. Necessary Criteria 1. Fire Support plans. Chapter 6. CONDITIONS: a.

Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria c. Functional BTS: G24613157E EXECUTE A FIRE PLAN I44623092E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE K44623092E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE T34623092E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE B05623092E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE 842 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Destruction of OPFOR. Remarks 3. the firebase assumes its tasks in the next phase of the operation as directed by the formation comd. Once supporting fire is no longer effective or is masked by the assault element.

Fire Support plans. Nil. in a unprepared posn. Recce. Subordinate elements. etc. assault. 3. 1. including comd and staff. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. and consolidation IAW ref A and exploitation where appropriate. The attack is executed within the higher Comd’s intent and control measures such as the retention of combat power. B-GL-301-002/FP-001 Battle Group in Operations. Warning order. CONDITIONS: a. and of appropriate size and strength. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 843 . Situation. b. Denied. The BG retains sufficient combat power to meet the higher Comd’s intent for subsequent actions. At least one level of command higher.). TASK STANDARD: The BG plans and executes a hasty attack that defeats the enemy. that can be defeated by the TF with its integral resources that it is required to attack. Necessary Criteria 1.Battle Group B06723093S EXECUTE AN ATTACK LEVEL: 6 (Battle Group) PHASE: Offensive Operations Reference: Section 3. Plan to the situation. OPFOR. The BG’s attack must include the phases of mounting. etc. Appropriate formation plans (Info Ops Campaign. time limit and boundaries. 2. The BG encounters an OPFOR. The BG applies the steps of Warning. Chapter 3. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher. Security. 2.

Battle Task Standards Functional BTS: G24613157E EXECUTE A FIRE PLAN B05623092S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE T34623092S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE I44623092E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE K44623092S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE T34623093S EXECUTE AN ATTACK K44623093E EXECUTE AN ATTACK I44623093E EXECUTE AN ATTACK B05623092E EXECUTE AN ATTACK I44604095E CONSOLIDATE T34604095S CONSOLIDATE E24623145E EXECUTE A OBSTACLE BREACH I44623145E EXECUTE A OBSTACLE BREACH I13602058E EXECUTE A SCREEN I33602058E EXECUTE A SCREEN I33643130E EXECUTE A GUARD I33623096E EXECUTE A BLOCK E24603240E PLAN AND EXECUTE MOBILITY OPERATIONS 844 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

3. Warning order.Battle Group B06763113S EXECUTE HELIBORNE OPERATIONS LEVEL: 6 (Battle Group) PHASE: Unique Operations Reference: Chapter 7. Nil.). Situation. 5. TASK STANDARD: The BG successfully completes its assigned mission while incorporating manoeuvre using aviation assets. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher. including comd and staff. 4. b. Execution of the manoeuvre must culminate in the reforming of sufficient combat power to conduct the assigned task. Aviation assets from a suitable airhead. Appropriate formation plans (Info Ops Campaign. 2. The tactical situation requires a BG to conduct operations while employing aviation assets to manoeuvre. FS and SEAD Plans etc. The BG is either extracted using aviation assets. Terrain management. At least one level of command higher. a Manoeuvre plan. CONDITIONS: a. The BG conducts planning and coordination including Fire support. an extraction or link-up plan. 6. 1. B-GL-300-001/FP-001 Land Operations (Draft). SEAD. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. 2. The BG coordinates sufficient control measures to avoid fratricide. Necessary Criteria 1. The mission is executed IAW applicable BTS. Subordinate elements. Denied. or links up with B-GL-383-002/PS-002 845 Remarks . The BG coordinates the provision of CSS to include aerial resupply.

Remarks Functional BTS: A06701001E EXECUTE OPP A06701002E ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL I04663113S EXECUTE AIRMOBILE OPERATIONS 846 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria another ground-based force.

Nil. Execution must culminate in the reforming of sufficient combat power to conduct the subsequent task while employing sufficient control measures to avoid fratricide.Battle Group B06723124S EXECUTE AN INFILTRATION LEVEL: 6 (Battle Group) PHASE: Offensive Operations References: Subsection 323. 2. Appropriate formation plans (Info Ops Campaign. TASK STANDARD: The BG arrives at its intended location undetected and ready for the next operation. and an Escape and Evasion plan. Functional BTS: A06701001E EXECUTE OPP A06701002E ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL I04623124S EXECUTE AN INFILTRATION Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 847 .). At least one level of command higher. Denied. 2. OPFOR must dominate the area that will be infiltrated. Chapter 3. The requirement for infiltration must always be given in the context of a subsequent mission for the forces involved. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher. The tactical situation requires a BG to position itself undetected in a hostile area in order to conduct further operations. Fire Support and Barrier Plans etc. Necessary Criteria 1. Section 3. CONDITIONS: a. 1. The BG conducts planning and coordination including Fire support. Situation. Subordinate elements. b. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. a Manoeuvre plan. Warning order. Terrain management. including comd and staff. B-GL-321-004/FP-001 Battle Group in Operations.

Nil. At least one level of command higher. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). b.). Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Situation. B. The execution of the raid must include Preparations. Chapter 6. 2. The tactical situation requires a BG to conduct a raid. Denied.08. Warning order. C. including comd and staff. The BG conducts planning and coordination including Fire support. 1. B-GL-332-008/FP-001 Infantry Insert.Battle Task Standards B06723126S EXECUTE A RAID LEVEL: 6 (Battle Group) PHASE: Offensive Operations References: A. B-GL-392-004-FP-001 Infantry Patrolling. TASK STANDARD: The BG captures or destroys its objective and successfully exfiltrates. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher. An appropriate target. USOP 807. CONDITIONS: a. Chapter 3. assault and support elements. Functional BTS: A06701001E EXECUTE OPP A06701002E ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL I04604125E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A PATROL BASE I44623126E EXECUTE A RAID Remarks 848 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Fire Support and Barrier Plans etc. Appropriate formation plans (Info Ops Campaign. Subordinate elements. Action on objective and Extraction while employing sufficient control measures to avoid fratricide. 2. a Manoeuvre plan and early and ongoing Target surveillance on objective. Terrain management. including an OPFOR of appropriate size. Necessary Criteria 1. 3. Section 3. Task organization must include security.

Appropriate formation plans (Info Ops Campaign. The BG reports all information in a timely and accurate manner. Deliberate Attack. Section 15. 1. OPFOR that is likely to execute either a Meeting Engagement. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher. CONDITIONS: a. Necessary Criteria 1. in particular.Battle Group B06743130S EXECUTE A GUARD LEVEL: 6 (Battle Group) PHASE: Delaying Operations References: A. delay. The BG is conducting operations within a fmn framework. D. b. Chapter 4. The BG has been directed to provide early warning. The BG provides effective observation coverage of the area and. or Air Mobile Operations. C. Section 2.). 2. B-GL-309-001/FT-001 Infantry Battalion in Battle. block or fix the enemy before the enemy reaches the MDA. Warning order. Section 4. Denied. Subordinate elements. Chapter 4. as directed by the higher comd: Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 849 . Fire Support plans. B-GL-305-001/FT-001 Armoured Regiment in Battle . of the major OPFOR approaches. B-GL-301-002/FP-001 Battle Group in Operations. TASK STANDARD: The BG protects the main force by fighting to gain time. IAW the higher comd’s intent. 2. Chapter 11. Hasty Attack. to report information and to destroy. while also observing and reporting. including comd and staff. Nil. 3. At least one level of command higher. Chapter 5. The BG maintains contact with the OPFOR and achieves one or more of the following effects. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). Situation. etc. B.

The Guard is executed within the higher Comd’s intent and control measures such as the retention of combat power. and boundaries. to inflict casualties.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria a. Remarks 4. to protect the deployment of forces and preparation in the defence area. b. d. etc. Functional BTS: E24604239E PLAN AND EXECUTE COUNTER-MOBILITY OPERATIONS G24613157E EXECUTE A FIRE PLAN B05643130E EXECUTE A GUARD I44643130E EXECUTE A GUARD E24601238E INTEGRATE BARRIER PLAN I13602058E EXECUTE A SCREEN I33602058E EXECUTE A SCREEN I33643130E EXECUTE A GUARD A06701001E EXECUTE OPP A06701002E ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL 850 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . and/or to and channel the attacker towards a given area and place him in a position which leads to his subsequent destruction. to enable the comd to determine the enemy's main point of effort. c. to slow the enemy's advance. e. duration.

Manoeuvre plan. OPFOR that is likely to execute either a Meeting Engagement.). CONDITIONS: a. 1. 2. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 851 . Terrain. main defensive forces. Task organization must include covering forces. ISTAR. Subordinate elements. Hasty Attack. TASK STANDARD: The BG breaks or defeats an OPFOR attack IAW the higher Comd’s intent. time limit and boundaries. mutual support where required. Deliberate Attack.Battle Group B06733134S EXECUTE A DEFENCE LEVEL: 6 (Battle Group) PHASE: Defensive Operations References: A. B-GL-301-002/FP-001 Battle Group in Operations. Planning and coordination includes Depth. B. Necessary Criteria 1. Chapter 4. Chapter 4. b. or Air Mobile Operations. 2. Appropriate formation plans (Info Ops Campaign. etc. Warning order. etc. The defence is executed within the higher Comd’s intent and control measures such as the retention of combat power. Situation. Nil. Fire Support plans. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Denied. etc. Fire support. counter-moves forces and reserves. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). The BG has been directed to block or contain OPFOR or to occupy or secure a terrain feature. At least one level of command higher. Barrier Plan. 3. including comd and staff.

5. then the BG destroys the sufficient quantity of OPFOR to defeat them. Remarks Functional BTS: E24604239E PLAN AND EXECUTE COUNTER-MOBILITY OPERATIONS G24613157E EXECUTE A FIRE PLAN B05633134E EXECUTE A DEFENCE I44633134E EXECUTE A DEFENCE T34633096S EXECUTE A BLOCK E24601238E INTEGRATE BARRIER PLAN I13602058E EXECUTE A SCREEN I33602058E EXECUTE A SCREEN I33643130E EXECUTE A GUARD I33633096E EXECUTE A BLOCK A06701001E EXECUTE OPP A06701002E ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL 852 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . then the BG denies OPFOR penetrations and retains key terrain and vital ground IAW the higher Comd’s intent. If the defence is Mobile.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 4. If the defence is Area.

Section 4.Battle Group B06763136S EXECUTE A BREAKOUT LEVEL: 6 (Battle Group) PHASE: Unique Operations References: A. b. Chapter 4. The BG must: a. At least one level of command higher. OPFOR. CONDITIONS: a. time. Fire Support plans. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Chapter 7. Prevent any further penetration or fragmentation of his defence.). Subordinate elements. Hold the key terrain within the BG AOR. c. To locate gaps and weaknesses in the OPFOR positions. The breakout occurs without loss of significant combat power. Appropriate formation plans (Info Ops Campaign. 1. Once encircled. Nil. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher. B-GL-301-002/FP-001 Battle Group in Operations. The BG is about to be encircled. Reduce the BG perimeter if necessary. the BG establishes all-round defence and analyses the situation. Situation. B. Necessary Criteria 1. d. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). b. Denied. including comd and staff. TASK STANDARD: The BG carries out the required preparations and actions in an appropriate sequence. Warning order. and place to break out from an OPFOR encirclement. 2. etc. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 853 Remarks .

Break-out Routes. Remarks 2. 3. Aviation Support. f.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria e. Establish logistics priorities. The key factors are: Point of Break-out. Engineer Support. Functional BTS: E24603240E PLAN AND EXECUTE MOBILITY OPERATIONS G24613157E EXECUTE A FIRE PLAN B05623092S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE A06701001E EXECUTE OPP A06701002E ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL 854 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . and Combat Service Support. The BG breaks out of the encirclement by creating one or more gaps in the enemy’s defences and moving its elements through those gaps with relative security. Fire Support. The BGF plans the breakout in a timely fashion. and Maintain contact with the higher comd for coordination of activities between the BG and those outside the encirclement.

Denied. Recce. etc.). b. recce. Plan. Remarks B-GL-383-002/PS-002 855 .Battle Group B06723144S EXECUTE A DELIBERATE ATTACK LEVEL: 6 (Battle Group) PHASE: Offensive Operations Reference: Section 3. 1. in a prepared posn. At least one level of command higher. 2. The BG encounters an OPFOR. Fire Support plans. and of appropriate size and strength. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Necessary Criteria 1. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher. OPFOR. that can be defeated by the BG. The BG’s attack must include the phases of mounting. 2. time limit and boundaries. Appropriate formation plans (Info Ops Campaign. The BG retains sufficient combat power to meet the higher Comd’s intent for subsequent actions. Security. Warning order. TASK STANDARD: The BG plans and executes a deliberate attack that defeats the enemy. Subordinate elements. The BG applies the steps of Warning. The mounting phase should include IPB. to the situation. The attack is executed within the higher Comd’s intent and control measures such as the retention of combat power. and consolidation IAW ref A and exploitation where appropriate. assault. 3. B-GL-301-002/FP-001 Battle Group in Operations. including comd and staff. CONDITIONS: a. Nil. Chapter 3. regrouping and other preparations necessary for the attack. etc. Situation.

Battle Task Standards Functional BTS: A06701001E EXECUTE OPP A06701002E ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL G24613157E EXECUTE A FIRE PLAN E24603240E PLAN AND EXECUTE MOBILITY OPERATIONS B05623092S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE T34623092S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE I44623092E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE K44623092S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE T34623093S EXECUTE AN ATTACK K44623093E EXECUTE AN ATTACK I44632093E EXECUTE AN ATTACK B05623092E EXECUTE AN ATTACK I44623131E EXECUTE A WOODS CLEARING I44604095E CONSOLIDATE T34604095S CONSOLIDATE E24623145E EXECUTE A OBSTACLE BREACH I44623145E EXECUTE A OBSTACLE BREACH I13602058E EXECUTE A SCREEN I33602058E EXECUTE A SCREEN I33643130E EXECUTE A GUARD 856 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

3. Task organization must include as a minimum Breaching and Breakout forces. The execution must include at least two lanes. Land Force Engineer Operations. 2. including Fire support. The tactical situation requires a BG to breach a complex obstacle to achieve its mission. to include specialist Engr assets. This may include coordination with a force in place. Situation. The BG deploys integral and technical reconnaissance elements to gather information on the obstacle. Terrain management.). B-GL-361-001/FP-001. Fire Support plans. 4. Warning order. CONDITIONS: a. 2. 857 . TASK STANDARD: The BG breaches a complex obstacle and successfully breaks out to conduct further operations. At least one level of command higher. Appropriate formation plans (Info Ops Campaign. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks During the execution. 1. Manoeuvre plan. b. Nil. etc. Complex Obstacle.Battle Group B06723145S EXECUTE A DELIBERATE OBSTACLE BREACH LEVEL: 6 (Battle Group) PHASE: Offensive Operations Reference: Section 2. Subordinate elements. Denied. and Engr Breaching Plan. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher. the consolidation and break-out may overlap. including comd and staff. The BG plans and coordinates the breach. Necessary Criteria 1. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. Opposing force. Chapter 7.

The BG executes the breach IAW all five stages of Crossing Operations at ref. Remarks Functional BTS: A06701001E EXECUTE OPP A06701002E ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL G24613157E EXECUTE A FIRE PLAN E24603240E PLAN AND EXECUTE MOBILITY OPERATIONS 858 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 5.

OPFOR (attempting to evade combat). Key factors are: simple plans. Nil. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. CONDITIONS: a. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher. Situation. Functional BTS: Nil B-GL-383-002/PS-002 859 . Denied. Section 6. TASK STANDARD: The BG successfully fixes or destroys the OPFOR. B-GL-305-001/FT-001 The Armoured Regiment in Battle. 2. The BG has successfully penetrated the enemy’s main defensive area. Fire Support plans. At least one level of command higher. Appropriate formation plans (Info Ops Campaign.). The BG conducts the Pursuit using speed and manoeuvre in order to seize the initiative to overcome the enemy. Warning order. The BG develops a plan for the pursuit. CSS. Subordinate elements. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). B-GL-309-001/FT-001 Infantry Battalion in Battle. C. etc. Necessary Criteria Remarks 1. Chapter 6. and extended lines of communications. including comd and staff. 2. Section 4.Battle Group B06723146S EXECUTE A PURSUIT LEVEL: 6 (Battle Group) References: A. Chapter 8. compressed battle procedure. 1. B. b.

2. TASK STANDARD: The BG crosses the water obstacle and consolidates with sufficient combat power to enable the break-out of a follow-on force. 4. The BG deploys integral and technical reconnaissance elements to assess the water obstacle. 3. including comd and staff. Warning order. b. The mission requires a BG to cross a water obstacle against a hostile or potentially hostile bank to prepare for a break-out operation. CONDITIONS: a. 2.Battle Task Standards B06723147S EXECUTE AN ASSAULT WATER CROSSING LEVEL: 6 (Battle Group) PHASE: Offensive Operations Reference: Section 2. Land Force Engineer Operations. Opposing force that poses a threat from the far bank. Chapter 7.). Appropriate formation plans (Info Ops Campaign. Subordinate elements. Denied. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. Planning and coordination includes Fire support. At least one level of command higher. etc. Manoeuvre plan. etc. Necessary Criteria 1. to include specialist Engr assets. Terrain management. B-GL-361-001/FP-001. Nil. The BG executes a Passage of lines IAW BTS A06753082S EXECUTE A PASSAGE OF LINES as required 860 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . Elements from the break-out force. Engr Crossing Plan. 1. Situation. Execution of the crossing occurs IAW first four stages of Deliberate Water Crossing Operations at ref. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher. Fire Support plans.

Battle Group Functional BTS: A06701001E EXECUTE OPP A06701002E ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL G24613157E EXECUTE A FIRE PLAN E24603240E PLAN AND EXECUTE MOBILITY OPERATIONS E24603224E ASSIST AN ASSAULT WATER CROSSING B-GL-383-002/PS-002 861 .

Section 6.Battle Task Standards B06753148S EXECUTE FIRE AND MOVEMENT LEVEL: 6 (Battle Group) PHASE: Transitional Operations References: A. Chapter 3. B-GL-305-001/FT-001. Warning order. Subsection 313. Section 2. B-GL-309-001/FT-001 Infantry Battalion in Battle. employing fire and movement to ensure maximum security without compromising speed. All movement will occur with support by another element’s fires. Chapter 6. 2. and does not experience a significant loss of combat power. Situation. etc. b. The Armoured Regiment in Battle. Subordinate elements. B. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. Appropriate formation plans (Info Ops Campaign. 1. At least one level of command higher. 2.). Elements of the BG will provide cover for another element within the BG through direct fire and observation. The BG will maximize the use of ground to provide protection. The BG is conducting operations. TASK STANDARD: The BG will manoeuvre. orders or comd’s intent from one level of command higher. C. Denied. B-GL-301-002/FP-001 Battle Group in Operations. Fire Support plans. Chapter 5. Necessary Criteria 1. CONDITIONS: a. Section 6. including comd and staff. Nil. OPFOR. Functional BTS: G24613157E EXECUTE A FIRE PLAN E24603240E PLAN AND EXECUTE MOBILITY OPERATIONS A04603134E MOVE TACTICALLY I13602058E EXECUTE A SCREEN I33602058E EXECUTE A SCREEN I33643130E EXECUTE A GUARD Remarks 862 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 .

Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) c. at least two subordinate organizations. TASK STANDARD: The BG achieves combat superiority through the effective combination of intelligence. Denied. relief of encircled forces. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). a relationship with at least one NGO. ambush and break-out). NOTE The ref changes the tactical framework to include the following as combat operations: offensive operations (attack. and an interactive civilian community. 2. retirement. link up. obstacle breaching / crossing). b. Nil. The BG is conducting combat operations. and decisive shock action IAW the comd’s intent. a relationship with at least one Canadian OGD. and enabling activities (reconnaissance. relief of forces in contact. defensive operations and obstacle breaching/crossing. firepower. feint. CONDITIONS: a. Functional BTS will be drawn from offensive operations.Battle Group B06703366S PLAN AND EXECUTE COMBAT OPERATIONS WITHIN A MULTI-AGENCY ENVIRONMENT LEVEL: 6 (Battle Group) PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 2. raid. a command relationship with an NCE. an interactive OPFOR. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 863 . security. pursuit. exploitation. defensive operations (defence and delay). 1. a command relationship with a higher Canadian or multinational HQ. Situation. withdrawals. meeting engagement. advance to contact.

c. and local]) mandates and locations whose actions may influence operations. international. a complete understanding of all players located in the BG AOR. in a manner most suited to time restraints (if any). with sufficient time to ensure optimal combat power is brought to bear at the correct time. BG comd’s direction. 864 sufficient SA (COP) is maintained throughout the BG to allow all BG comds to complete their missions. d. sufficient SA (COP) is maintained with all other participants. BG orders are issued: a. i. a complete understanding of effects to be achieved. a COP that includes all participants and agencies that might or will influence the AOR. b. a consideration and synchronization of the plans and effects desired by NGO/OGD/civil authorities when possible.Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria 1. e. h. higher comd guidance and orders. particularly civilian population and related civilian agencies (NGO. g. and the appropriate national and force ROE for stability operations as required and prepared for issue. b. during the operation. b. 3. OGD [national. unforeseen changes to the situation are identified and B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . c. by the BG comd. c. Remarks f. 2. targeting guidance. The BG HQ plans combat operations utilizing the OPP IAW: a. and emphasizing the effects desired. BG HQ controls combat operations ensuring: a. a complete understanding of other participants’ desired effects.

g. and take appropriate actions to ensure mission accomplishment and force protection. higher HQ and flanks are kept informed. Remarks e. f. orders for reconstitution. in a timely fashion. regrouping. and sub-unit actions are monitored and the effects caused are compared against the BG comd’s desired effects. with corrective or remedial action taken immediately. Functional BTS: A06701001E EXECUTE OPP A06701002E ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL B06702058S EXECUTE A SCREEN B06753061S EXECUTE AN ADVANCE TO CONTACT B06753067S EXECUTE A LINKUP B06743080S EXECUTE A DELAY B06753081S EXECUTE A RELIEF IN PLACE B06723092S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FIREBASE B06723093S EXECUTE AN ATTACK B06743130S EXECUTE A GUARD B06733134S EXECUTE A DEFENCE B06763136S EXECUTE A BREAKOUT B06723145S EXECUTE A DELIBERATE OBSTACLE BREACH B06723146S EXECUTE A PURSUIT B06723147S EXECUTE AN ASSAULT WATER CROSSING B06753148S EXECUTE FIRE AND MOVEMENT B-GL-383-002/PS-002 865 . and/or reinforcement of sub-units dependant upon the evolving situation.Battle Group Necessary Criteria the original plan is effectively adjusted as required. d. as to the BG progress in accomplishment of its mission. the BG comd and staff make timely decisions.

NOTE The ref changes the tactical framework to include the following as stability operations: security and control (to establish a safe and secure environment). Denied. a relationship with Canadian OGDs within theatre of operations. at least one subordinate organization. disarmament and reintegration (DDR). The last two are covered by BTS A07703368S PLAN AND EXECUTE OPERATIONS IN SUPPORT OF CIVILIAN AUTHORITIES. CONDITIONS: a.Battle Task Standards B06703367S PLAN AND EXECUTE STABILITY OPERATIONS LEVEL: 6 (Battle Group) Phase: All Reference: Chapter 2. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) c. Nil. 1. support to civilian infrastructure and governance. b. The BG has completed or is about to complete major combat operations. and appropriate ROE for stability operations. TASK STANDARD: The BG achieves the standard of stability delineated by the higher comd that enables effective conduct of military. and assistance to other agencies. Situation. a command relationship with a higher Canadian or multinational HQ. support to demobilisation. support to security sector reform (SSR). an interactive civilian community. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). 2. a command relationship with a NCE. NGO and OGD operations within a designated area of operations. and is about to commence the transition to stability operations. 866 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . a relationship with at least one NGO.

Issuing synchronized effects-based orders with the appropriate ROEs. 2. The BG conducts stability operations in multiagency/multinational environment by: a.Battle Group Necessary Criteria 1. and The BG HQ establishing and maintaining effective liaison with all agencies (OGD/NGO within the AOR) ensuring a COP amongst all participants. and local) mandates and locations within the AOR. maps. The BG staff issuing updates to all participants as required to keep its relevance. international. Coordinating and monitoring operations. b. The BG HQ establishes and maintains a BG common operating picture (COP) by: a. The BG HQ plans stability operations utilizing the OPP IAW: a. c. e. Conducting operations as necessary to ensure continued stability within AOR. The BG comd determining what information will be displayed by the BG COP. situation reports and other avail information sources. b. A complete understanding of effects to be achieved. and recommending adjustments to priorities where necessary. A complete understanding of NGO. The BG staff building the COP using available comms eqpt. Higher comd guidance and orders. OGD (national. and The appropriate national and force ROE for stability operations as required and prepared for issue. intelligence sources. Remarks d. 3. b. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 867 . A consideration and synchronization of the plans and effects desired by NGO/OGD/civil authorities when possible. c. c. d.

Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria d. Functional BTS: A06701001E EXECUTE OPP A06701002E ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL A06701005S DEVELOP AND INTEGRATE INFORMATION OPERATIONS A06701045E INTEGRATE THE ISTAR PLAN A06711185E INTEGRATE FIRE PLAN A06702044S MANAGE CIVPOP/NONCOMBATANTS/ DP A06753139S EXECUTE WITHDRAWAL A06704073S EXECUTE REAR AREA SECURITY (RAS) A06704174S EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE A06704183S EXECUTE HARBOUR AND ASSEMBLY AREA OPERATIONS A06775363S EXECUTE MINE STRIKE / INCIDENT RESPONSE B06702058S EXECUTE A SCREEN B06753061S EXECUTE AN ADVANCE TO CONTACT B06753067S EXECUTE A LINKUP B06753081S EXECUTE A RELIEF IN PLACE B06743130S EXECUTE A GUARD B06723145S EXECUTE A DELIBERATE OBSTACLE BREACH B06723147S EXECUTE AN ASSAULT WATER CROSSING B06753148S EXECUTE FIRE AND MOVEMENT T14773069E EXECUTE A CORDON AND SEARCH OPERATION T14704068E EXECUTE CONVOY ESCORT T14704066E EXECUTE TRAFFIC CONTROL T14702063E EXECUTE FLANK SECURITY T14702058E EXECUTE SCREEN G13401050S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A STA COMMAND POST E24604216S EXECUTE CMD OPERATIONS E24604217S EXECUTE IEDD OPERATIONS E24605242E CONSTRUCT A COMBAT ROAD E24605292S CONSTRUCT INITIAL STANDARD CAMP E24603240E PLAN AND EXECUTE MOBILITY OPERATIONS E24614241S PLAN AND EXECUTE COUNTERMOBILITY OPERATIONS E24604241E PLAN AND EXECUTE SURVIVABILITY OPERATIONS S23401040E PROVIDE EW SUPPORT K43474068S EXECUTE CONVOY ESCORT L04605325E OPERATE A FORWARD SUPPORT GROUP (FSG) Q00001009E PROVIDE INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO PLANNING Q00001011E COORDINATE INTELLIGENCE COLLECTION Q00001012E COORDINATE SENSORS Q00002010E PROVIDE INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO OPERATIONS Q00002013E PROCESS PW FOR INTELLIGENCE Q00002014E PROCESS CAPTURED DOCUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT C03601098E EXECUTE LIAISON C03601357E DIRECT AND PERFORM CIMIC OPERATIONS C03601358E LIAISE WITH CIVIL ACTORS C03601364E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CIMIC CENTRE C03601365E EXECUTE CIMIC PROJECTS 868 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Ensuring effects achieved are coordinated and synchronized with OGD/NGO where appropriate and possible. Remarks e. and Encouraging partnership solutions with NGO/OGD/civil authorities when possible.

including civil authorities to support. The BG is required to provide military support to civilian authorities either in Canada or on international operations. Nil. The BG staff plans support to a civilian authority IAW orders and/or higher comd’s guidance by: a. Denied. provision of health care. a command relationship with a NCE. at least one NGO. and an interactive civilian community. 1. security and logistical support to elections). and assistance to other agencies (e. TASK STANDARD: The BG provides timely and effective support to realize the civilian authority’s intent. a command relationship with a higher Canadian or multinational HQ.g. rule of enforcement and humanitarian aid). Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. CONDITIONS: a. b. Situation. Necessary Criteria 1.g.Battle Group B06703368S PLAN AND EXECUTE OPERATIONS IN SUPPORT OF CIVILIAN AUTHORITIES Level: 6 (Battle Group) Phase: All Reference: Chapter 2. confirming that the support to be provided is within B-GL-383-002/PS-002 869 Remarks . It refers to the task of providing support to civilian infrastructure and governance (e. at least one subordinate unit. B-GL-300-001/FP-001 Land Operations (Draft). NOTE This type of operation is described in ref as a subset of stability operations. 2. a relationship with OGD of Canadian federal government.

Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria the BG mandate and ROE limitations. b. and in conjunction with the civilian authority. Remarks e. in conjunction with the civilian authority. 870 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . establishing direct liaison with relevant civilian authority. ensuring that the mission remains within jointly agreed parameters. in conjunction with the civilian authority. d. ensuring thorough coordination throughout. and confirming that the mission effect has been achieved. establish clear and mutually beneficial command and control arrangements. c. determine the resources required for the support mission. 2. synchronize the effects to be achieved by the mission. c. maintaining common operating picture (COP) amongst all participants. including mutually agreed (military/civilian adjustment to control measures). b. The BG conducts operations in support to a civilian agency by: a. e. issuing orders to the tasked sub-unit. d.

Battle Group Functional BTS: A06701001E EXECUTE OPP A06701002E ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL A06701005S DEVELOP AND INTEGRATE INFORMATION OPERATIONS A06701045E INTEGRATE THE ISTAR PLAN A06711185E INTEGRATE FIRE PLAN A06702044S MANAGE CIVPOP/NONCOMBATANTS/ DP A06753139S EXECUTE WITHDRAWAL A06704073S EXECUTE REAR AREA SECURITY (RAS) A06704174S EXECUTE LOCAL DEFENCE A06704183S EXECUTE HARBOUR AND ASSEMBLY AREA OPERATIONS A06775363S EXECUTE MINE STRIKE / INCIDENT RESPONSE B06702058S EXECUTE A SCREEN B06753061S EXECUTE AN ADVANCE TO CONTACT B06753067S EXECUTE A LINKUP B06753081S EXECUTE A RELIEF IN PLACE B06743130S EXECUTE A GUARD B06723145S EXECUTE A DELIBERATE OBSTACLE BREACH B06723147S EXECUTE AN ASSAULT WATER CROSSING B06753148S EXECUTE FIRE AND MOVEMENT T14773069E EXECUTE A CORDON AND SEARCH OPERATION T14704068E EXECUTE CONVOY ESCORT T14704066E EXECUTE TRAFFIC CONTROL T14702063E EXECUTE FLANK SECURITY T14702058E EXECUTE SCREEN G13401050S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A STA COMMAND POST E24604216S EXECUTE CMD OPERATIONS E24604217S EXECUTE IEDD OPERATIONS E24605242E CONSTRUCT A COMBAT ROAD E24605292S CONSTRUCT INITIAL STANDARD CAMP E24603240E PLAN AND EXECUTE MOBILITY OPERATIONS E24614241S PLAN AND EXECUTE COUNTERMOBILITY OPERATIONS E24604241E PLAN AND EXECUTE SURVIVABILITY OPERATIONS S23401040E PROVIDE EW SUPPORT K43474068S EXECUTE CONVOY ESCORT L04605325E OPERATE A FORWARD SUPPORT GROUP (FSG) Q00001009E PROVIDE INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO PLANNING Q00001011E COORDINATE INTELLIGENCE COLLECTION Q00001012E COORDINATE SENSORS Q00002010E PROVIDE INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO OPERATIONS Q00002013E PROCESS PW FOR INTELLIGENCE Q00002014E PROCESS CAPTURED DOCUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT C03601098E EXECUTE LIAISON C03601357E DIRECT AND PERFORM CIMIC OPERATIONS C03601358E LIAISE WITH CIVIL ACTORS C03601364E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A CIMIC CENTRE C03601365E EXECUTE CIMIC PROJECTS B-GL-383-002/PS-002 871 .

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A future subsection of this chapter will be based on standards for Battle Tasks associated with a Brigade Group headquarters acting as Joint Task Force headquarters. B-GL-383-002/PS-002 873 . 2. These BTS focus on the Brigade Group headquarters. The Level Four Army Common tasks apply to the Headquarters as well as the supporting HQ and Sigs Squadron.Battle Task Standards CHAPTER 16 BRIGADE GROUP HEADQUARTERS 1.

A command relationship with a NCE. 5. 2. 2. B-GL-300-003/FP-000 Command. C. 4. TASK STANDARD: The efficient functioning of the staff enables the comd to give timely direction and arrive at decisions that lead to a plan and/or orders. B. IPB is conducted within the guidelines and tempo of the OPP which provides RED and BROWN SA resulting in Enemy COAs. Denied. Chapter 8. 3. Mission analysis is undertaken by the comd and staff resulting in a mission statement and the assigned and implied tasks. Given: (1) (2) (3) c. Situation. At least one subordinate level of command. Nil. informing subordinate commanders of probable tasks and permitting parallel planning to occur. B-GL-303-002/FP-000 Staff Duties in the Field. Chapter 6. CONDITIONS: a. b. Necessary Criteria 1. 7). Based on the situation. 1. D. the application of OPP is tailored to the specific circumstances of that planning cycle. CLFCSC OPP CHART (DA v. The Brigade Headquarters issues warning orders and supplementary warning orders as required.Battle Task Standards A07701001S EXECUTE OPP Level: 7 (Brigade Group) Phase: all References: A. Brigade Group in Operations (Forthcoming). Annex A. The Brigade Headquarters maintains SA on current operations while planning future operations. A new mission or task is received or identified internally requiring the headquarters to go through an OPP cycle. the initial Remarks 874 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . A command relationship with a HIGHER Formation HQ of a different nationality.

The plan is wargamed to facilitate the coordination and production of supporting plans. 7. 9. which results in the production of the AGM and input into the ISTAR Matrix. Parallel Sustainment planning is conducted to support each Friendly CoA. The CoA are effectively wargamed resulting in the selection of a single CoA to become the plan. 10. 8.Brigade Group Headquarters Necessary Criteria HVTL. Target planning is conducted in conjunction with the wargame to incorporate all aspects. 6. The brigade comd provides a plan backbrief (concept of ops and intent) to the HIGHER comd and the NCE and his intent and concept of operations is clear to those organizations. both lethal and non-lethal. and terrain analysis. Remarks Functional BTS: Q00001009E PROVIDE INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO PLANNING A06701001E EXECUTE OPP A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE G26713159S EXECUTE FIRE SUPPORT COORDINATION H06701101S PLAN AVIATION MISSIONS S14701028E PLAN AND DIRECT CIS SUPPORT B-GL-383-002/PS-002 875 .

B-GG-005-004/AF-000 CF Operations. Alert States. access. b. Remarks 876 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . and controls the routine operation of the Brigade and the actions of subordinate units as they specifically relate to the plan in accordance with the Comd’s intent. including to/from the TAC. and internal procedures facilitate the passage of information within the HQ and external to the HQ. Effective control is maintained. including but not limited to: a. One level of command higher and the NCE. Structure. Effective information management for the storage. Chapters 5 to 8. layout. B-GL-300-003/FP-000 Command. CONDITIONS: a. Denied. B-GL-303-002/FP-000 Staff Duties in the Field. retrieval. Situation. B-GL-352-001/FP-001 ISTAR TTP. TASK STANDARD: The Headquarters integrates. 1. Nil. Given: (1) (2) c. c. B-GL-333-001/FP-001 Formation SOP. B. Part 1. MOPP states. alternate HQ and/or step-up HQ. b. D. C.Battle Task Standards A07701002S EXECUTE HEADQUARTERS ROUTINE Level: 7 (Brigade Group) Phase: All References: A. 2. Movement and terrain allocation. E. Necessary Criteria 1. historical accounting. Chapters 2 and 7. Chapter 6. coordinates. and security of information exists and the best means of sharing the information is selected. 2. Chapters 1 to 4. At least one subordinate level of command. 3. The Brigade Group is conducting operations.

e. facilitates ROE interpretation requests and staffs ROE modifications as required. Functional BTS: A06701001E EXECUTE OPP A04601000E EXECUTE BATTLE PROCEDURE A06704042S DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC A04604042E DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC S14701027E ESTABLISH A CP COMPLEX G22611154E ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A FSCC E06701294S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN ESCC E06701295S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE AN EOD RESPONSE CENTRE B-GL-383-002/PS-002 877 . and EMCON and OPSEC. The Brigade Group Headquarters monitors and enforces the application of ROE. Frequency management. Remarks 4.Brigade Group Headquarters Necessary Criteria d.

The following criteria will apply: a. 878 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . Chapter 6. adhering to processes from refs A and B. B. Comd review of draft order (mission. e. Situation. including staff assignment and timelines. and resource priorities). in the most appropriate format. b. Nil. concept grouping and tasks. The Brigade HQ. b. At least one subordinate level of command. Remarks This BTS should be executed a number of times to ensure orders are delivered in a range of different formats during a collective training event. external and national staff coordination. Bde Comd plan backbrief to higher comd and NCE is complete. d. TASK STANDARD: The details of the plan are developed. in order to direct all necessary actions and effects required to achieve the comd’s intent and end state. Staff writing plan. B-GL-300-003/FP-000 Command. Chapter 9. c. Given: (1) (2) c. Internal (staff and subordinate units). The production of necessary geomatic products. 1. Necessary Criteria 1.Battle Task Standards A07701003S DEVELOP AND DELIVER THE BRIGADE ORDERS Level: 7 (Brigade Group) Phase: All References: A. articulated and communicated in a clear. 2. complete and timely manner. The Brigade OPP cycle has been completed and the Staff is charged with writing the formal Bde order. Drafting and completion of all necessary supplementary warning orders. will generate Brigade Orders and instructions. CONDITIONS: a. Denied. B-GL-303-002/FP-000 Staff Duties in the Field.

and affected) by most effective means. Dissemination of backbrief changes. j. including the Administrative Orders. Promulgation and delivery of orders (higher. k. h. subordinate. and Confirmatory orders. National. if required. Post orders coordinate and subordinate commanders backbriefs.Brigade Group Headquarters Necessary Criteria f. Rewrite and final coord as necessary. g. i. Detailed staff cross walk of supporting plans. Remarks Functional BTS: A07703008S EXECUTE THE PLAN B-GL-383-002/PS-002 879 .

Geomatic. Given: (1) (2) OPP and IPB have been completed. Necessary Criteria 1. Annexes A and B.Battle Task Standards A07701004S MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS LEVEL: 7 (Brigade Group) PHASE: All References: A. B-GL-333-001/FP-001 Formation SOP. 3. Land Force Information Operations. developing PIRs. c. C. taking into consideration the associated timelines for tasking and response. and developing RFIs as required. The Brigade Group Headquarters uses geomatics products to define and exploit the battlespace.04. a. assigning NAIs and TAIs. B. ‘Reachback’ to operational and strategic ISTAR and IO assets. b. Section 4. b.03. 210. 2. The Brigade Group Headquarters develops and maintains the 880 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . B-GL-357-001/FP-001 Intelligence Field Manual. open information and operational reporting. TASK STANDARD: The comd and staff maintain continuous situational awareness on the disposition and relationships between BLUE. The Brigade Group is conducting operations. FSOP 201. The Brigade Group Headquarters develops and maintains the ISTAR plan giving collection direction and retasking integral assets by. 503. providing the initial Direction of the Intelligence Cycle.03. supporting analysis and decision-making to generate the desired effect in the battlespace as well as keeping HIGHER and LOWER elements informed. CONDITIONS: a. Access to tactical ISTAR and IO assets. Chapter 2. Situation. Chapter 1. Remarks 2.05. Denied. 703. Complete situational awareness as a start state. 1. RED and BROWN elements. B-GL-300-005/FP-001. c.

and applying IFF procedures in order to ensure BLUE SA and minimise the likelihood of fratricide. 6. Remarks b. 5. integrating incoming information from all sources. The Brigade Group Headquarters develops and maintains Meteorological SA. collating and deconflicting reports in order to develop understanding of RED and BROWN locations. The Brigade Group Headquarters executes Internal Paff plan in order to keep personnel aware of outside activities and events that could somehow affect their operations. strengths and activity. Functional BTS: A06701004E MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS A04601004E MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS Q00002010E PROVIDE INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO OPERATIONS Q00002013S PROCESS PWS FOR INTELLIGENCE Q00002014E PROCESS CAPTURED DOCUMENTS / CAPTURED EQUIPMENT Q02701015E OPERATE AN ISTAR CC Q00001012E COORDINATE SENSORS Q00001011E COORDINATE INTELLIGENCE COLLECTION N04701169E PERFORM AD BATTLE MANAGEMENT G14601050S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A TA CP B-GL-383-002/PS-002 881 .Brigade Group Headquarters Necessary Criteria common operating picture (COP) by: a. Intelligence and / or information is vertically and laterally disseminated and updated in a timely manner. 4.

Strategic guidance and national ‘reachback’ has been provided that has limitations on distribution. C-ISTAR. A command relationship with a HIGHER Formation HQ of a different nationality and NCE. Plans from the different components of IO will be coordinated by the Brigade Group Headquarters to ensure maximum synergy. communications. 3. At least one subordinate level of command. operational. CONDITIONS: a. ISTAR. INTEGRATE ISTAR PLAN 882 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . The Brigade Group will use available tools.Battle Task Standards A07701005S DEVELOP AND INTEGRATE INFORMATION OPERATIONS Level: 7 (Brigade Group) Phase: All Reference: Section 4. Chapter 2. B-GL-300-005/FP-001 Information Operations. b. and strategic Information Operations in order to meet the comd’s intent and end state. CI. EW and CIMIC. 2. IM Security. TASK STANDARD: The Brigade Group achieves information superiority through the effective use of tactical. Access to all information due to national limitations on distribution. 1. PAff. OPSEC. 2. including but not limited to. The Brigade Group is conducting operations. Functional BTS: A06701005E DEVELOP AND INTEGRATE INFORMATION OPERATIONS C02601357E DIRECT AND PERFORM CIMIC OPERATIONS X04711360E PLAN PSYOPS EFFECTS A06704042S DEVELOP AND ENSURE OPSEC Q02701015E OPERATE AN ISTAR CC Q00001009E PROVIDE INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO PLANNING Q00002010E PROVIDE INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO OPERATIONS S14701028E PLAN AND DIRECT CIS SUPPORT S23401040E PROVIDE EW SUPPORT A06701045E. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) c. deception. Execution of IO will provide timely feedback that will be used to modify Brigade plans as required in order to maintain the comd’s intent. Situation. Necessary Criteria 1. to meet the comd’s requirement for information superiority. OPFOR does not have complete access to information about BLUEFOR. PSYOPS. Denied.

TASK STANDARD: The Brigade Headquarters maintains effective control of sustainment operations to enable the achievement of the Comd’s mission and maintain the desired tempo. Start state stocking and readiness levels. including force protection measures. B-GL-300-004/FP-001 Sustainment. Operation Order and Administrative Order (or Annex) issued by the Brigade HQ. Situation. 1. 3. The Brigade Group is conducting operations. Chapters 2 to 9. 2. shared logistics agreements. National sustainment directive/plan from NCE / NSE. The Brigade Headquarters effectively coordinates and monitors B-GL-383-002/PS-002 883 Remarks . 2. Civilian contractors or agencies may be employed. agreements or allied/multinational. CONDITIONS: a. b. B.Brigade Group Headquarters A07701006S PLAN SUSTAINMENT Level: 7 (Brigade Group) Phase: All Reference: A. FSOP 510 and Part 6. Operational Orders and Administrative Orders from one level of command higher. At least one subordinate level of sustainment command. The Brigade Headquarters provides timely and accurate advice on sustainment matters. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) c. Nil. to the Comd and staff. The Brigade Headquarters maintains situational awareness of the current operation. Necessary Criteria 1. Denied. Host Nation Support. B-GL-333-001/FP-001 Formation SOP.

Battle Task Standards Necessary Criteria sustainment activities and recommend adjustments to priorities where necessary. reacts. detention. 4. prioritizes. The Brigade Headquarters receives. The Brigade Headquarters monitors and coordinates Military Police mobility support. security. consolidates and submits all sustainment reports and returns to the relevant organizations. 5. Remarks Functional BTS: A07701005S DEVELOP AND INTEGRATE INFORMATION OPERATIONS A06701004E MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS A04601004E MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS L06701324S SITE THE BSA L06701326S CONTROL SUSTAINMENT 884 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . and police operations.

The Brigade Group Headquarters creates contingency plans for a potential CBRN event and decontamination. Situation. The Brigade Group Headquarters is conducting operations in a potential CBRN environment. If a CBRN event occurs. 1. Nil. TASK STANDARD: The Brigade Group plans for CBRN defensive measures.Brigade Group Headquarters A07701007S PLAN AND EXECUTE CBRN DEFENSIVE MEASURES Level: 7 (Brigade Group) Phase: All Reference: FSOP 506. the Brigade Group Headquarters must react appropriately to the situation. The Brigade Group Headquarters manages the military and civilian consequences of the event and minimizes the spread of contamination. 3. The CBRN cell in the Brigade Headquarters has been manned. 2. including warning and monitoring systems. CONDITIONS: a. B-GL-333-001/FP-00l Formation SOP. Necessary Criteria 1. (2) c. The Brigade Group Headquarters establishes and maintains an effective CBRN Warning and Monitoring system consistent with the threat level. Given: (1) OPFOR possesses a CBRNW capability and the potential for its use against the Brigade Group exists or the potential for events involving for toxic industrial hazards exists. The Brigade Group reacts to CBRN events in a manner that minimizes their effects on the mission. 2. prophylactic measures and contingency plans for consequence management. Denied. b. Functional BTS: A06704175S EXECUTE IMMEDIATE AND OPERATIONAL DECONTAMINATION A04603179S CROSS A CONTAMINATED AREA L33404322S ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A DECONTAMINATION CENTRE A04602060S EXECUTE NBC SURVEY T14704066E EXECUTE TRAFFIC CONTROL I13604066E EXECUTE TRAFFIC CONTROL B-GL-383-002/PS-002 885 Remarks .

and Targeting concepts. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) c. 1. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). TASK STANDARD: The brigade group achieves combat superiority through the effective combination of intelligence. The brigade group is conducting combat operations. 2. 4.Battle Task Standards A07703008S PLAN AND EXECUTE FORMATION MANOEUVRE OPERATIONS LEVEL: 7 (Brigade Group) PHASE: All Reference: Chapter 2. firepower and decisive shock action in accordance with comd’s intent. Denied. 5. Plans from different components of the HQ are coordinated for maximum synergy. Necessary Criteria 1. The brigade group has developed sufficient situational awareness to meet the Comd’s requirement for action. At least two subordinate organizations. ISTAR. Doctrine is applied in accordance with the type of operation conducted. Orders are issued with sufficient time to ensure optimal combat power is brought to bear at the correct moment. 2. The hrigade HQ reacts to unforeseen changes to the situation and effectively adjusts plans. b. Situation. 886 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . An interactive civilian community. A command relationship with a NCE. An interactive OPFOR. Nil. CONDITIONS: a. Remarks Appropriate attention needs to be afforded to evolving Info Ops. A command relationship with a higher HQ of a different nationality. 3.

Brigade Group Headquarters Functional BTS: T04653061E EXECUTE AN ADVANCE TO CONTACT T14702058E EXECUTE A SCREEN T14702063E EXECUTE FLANK SECURITY T14704070E EXECUTE RAS T14704066E EXECUTE TRAFFIC CONTROL A07711162S COMD AND CONTROL FIRE SP N04704173E DEPLOY AN AD BATTERY N04701169E PERFORM AD BATTLE MANAGEMENT E26703297S PLAN AND EXECUTE MOBILITY OPERATIONS E26704298S PLAN AND EXECUTE COUNTER-MOBILITY OPERATIONS E26704299S PLAN AND EXECUTE SURVIVABILITY OPERATIONS E06705293S PROVIDE SUSTAINMENT ENGINEERING S14701028E PLAN AND DIRECT CIS SUPPORT L06701006S CONTROL SUSTAINMENT B06702058S EXECUTE A SCREEN B06723092S EST AND OP A FIREBASE B06723136S EXECUTE A BREAKOUT B06733134S EXECUTE A DEFENCE B06743080S EXECUTE A DELAY B06723144S EXECUTE A DELIBERATE ATTACK B06723145S EXECUTE A DELIBERATE OBSTACLE BREACH B06743130S EXECUTE A GUARD B06723146S EXECUTE A PURSUIT B06753081S EXECUTE A RELIEF IN PLACE B06753061S EXECUTE AN ADVANCE TO CONTACT B06723147S EXECUTE AN ASSAULT WATER CROSSING B06723093S EXECUTE AN ATTACK B06753148S EXECUTE FIRE AND MOVEMENT B06723126S EXECUTE A RAID B06763113S EXECUTE AIRMOBILE OPERATIONS B06763127S EXECUTE AMPHIBIOUS OPERATIONS B06733086S EXECUTE AN AMBUSH B06723124S EXECUTE AN INFILTRATION B-GL-383-002/PS-002 887 .

Denied. a command relationship with an NCE. relief of forces in contact. and enabling activities (reconnaissance. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) c. meeting engagement. withdrawals. at least one subordinate unit. retirement. b. defensive operations (defence and delay). Necessary Criteria 888 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . Situation.Battle Task Standards A07703366S PLAN AND EXECUTE COMBAT OPERATIONS WITHIN A MULTI-AGENCY ENVIRONMENT Level: 7 (Brigade Group) Phase: All Reference: Chapter 2. 1. CONDITIONS: a. security. a relationship with at least one Canadian OGD. TASK STANDARD: The brigade group achieves combat superiority IAW the comd’s intent within limitations enunciated by OGD and NGO agencies. feint. and an interactive civilian community. exploitation. Nil. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). 2. ambush and break-out). NOTE The ref changes the tactical framework to include the following as combat operations: offensive operations (attack. a command relationship with a higher Canadian or multinational HQ. raid. link up. relief of encircled forces. The brigade group is conducting combat operations. advance to contact. pursuit. obstacle breaching / crossing). an interactive OPFOR. a relationship with at least one NGO.

The brigade group reacts to unforeseen changes to the situation and effectively adjusts plans. The brigade group maintains a common operating picture (COP) with all affected agencies. Remarks Functional BTS: A07701001S EXECUTE OPP A07701002S EXECUTE HEADQUARTERS ROUTINE A07701003S DEVELOP AND DELIVER THE BRIGADE ORDERS B06703366S PLAN AND EXECUTE COMBAT OPERATIONS WITHIN A MULTI-AGENCY ENVIRONMENT B-GL-383-002/PS-002 889 .Brigade Group Headquarters Necessary Criteria 1. The brigade group applies doctrine in accordance with the type of operation conducted. 4. 3. 5. The brigade group develops the parameters of the operation(s) jointly with all affected agencies. The brigade group maintains OPSEC. 2.

and appropriate ROE for stability operations. The brigade group has completed or is about to complete major combat operations. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) c. a relationship with Canadian OGDs within theatre of operations. Nil. TASK STANDARD: The brigade group achieves the standard of stability delineated by the higher comd that enables effective conduct of military. support to civilian infrastructure and governance. a command relationship with a higher Canadian or multinational HQ. NOTE The ref changes the tactical framework to include the following as stability operations: security and control (to establish a safe and secure environment). 2. NGO. at least one subordinate organization. 1. CONDITIONS: a. b. support to security sector reform (SSR).Battle Task Standards A07703367S PLAN AND EXECUTE STABILITY OPERATIONS Level: 7 (Brigade Group) Phase: All Reference: Chapter 2. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). Denied. Situation. Necessary Criteria Remarks 890 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 . a command relationship with a NCE. and is about to commence the transition to stability operations. a relationship with at least one NGO. an interactive civilian community. and OGD operations within a designated area of operations. disarmament and reintegration (DDR). and assistance to other agencies. support to demobilisation.

The brigade group has developed stability standards with higher HQ and OGDs. 6. and recommends adjustments to priorities where necessary. 5. Orders are issued to ensure a stable environment is achieved.Brigade Group Headquarters Necessary Criteria 1. 2. The brigade group applies doctrine in accordance with the type of operation conducted. 4. The brigade group executes operations as necessary to ensure the continued stability within the AOR. Remarks Functional BTS: A07701001E EXECUTE OPP A07701002S EXECUTE HEADQUARTERS ROUTINE A07701003S DEVELOP AND DELIVER THE BRIGADE ORDERS A07701005S DEVELOP AND INTEGRATE INFORMATION OPERATIONS B06703367S PLAN AND EXECUTE STABILITY OPERATIONS B-GL-383-002/PS-002 891 . The brigade HQ effectively coordinates and monitors stability operations. 3. involving NGO/OGD/civil authorities when possible. The brigade HQ maintains effective liaison with all agencies ensuring the common operating picture (COP) exists amongst all participants.

1. and an interactive civilian community. provision of health care. at least one NGO. including civil authorities to support. Given: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) c. 2. a command relationship with a higher Canadian or multinational HQ. NOTE This type of operation is described in the ref as a subset of stability operations. a relationship with OGD of Canadian federal government.Battle Task Standards A07703368S PLAN AND EXECUTE OPERATIONS IN SUPPORT OF CIVILIAN AUTHORITIES Level: 7 (Brigade Group) Phase: All Reference: Chapter 2. It refers to the task of providing support to civilian infrastructure and governance (e. CONDITIONS: a. rule of enforcement and humanitarian aid) and assistance to other sgencies (e. Nil. resulting in 892 B-GL-383-002/PS-002 Remarks . security and logistical support to elections).g. a command relationship with a NCE.g. Necessary Criteria 1. TASK STANDARD: The comd successfully commands. b. B-GL-300-001/FP-000 Land Operations (Draft). Mission analysis is undertaken by the comd and staff. and the staff effectively controls the execution of the plan so that timely decisions are taken to realize the civilian authority’s intent. The brigade group is required to provide military support to civilian authorities either in Canada or on international operations. at least one subordinate unit. Situation. Denied.

5. Appropriate command and control relationships are established. 6. Effective liaison is conducted with interested agencies ensuring the common operating picture (COP) exists amongst all participants. Remarks Functional BTS: A07701001E EXECUTE OPP A07701002S EXECUTE HEADQUARTERS ROUTINE A07701003S DEVELOP AND DELIVER THE BRIGADE ORDERS A07701005S DEVELOP AND INTEGRATE INFORMATION OPERATIONS B06703368S PLAN AND EXECUTE OPERATIONS IN SUPPORT OF CIVILIAN AUTHORITIES B-GL-383-002/PS-002 893 . The brigade group ensures that the mission remains within jointly-agreed parameters. including adjustments to control measures. and the assigned and implied tasks. 3. 2. There is thorough coordination throughout. 4.Brigade Group Headquarters Necessary Criteria a mission statement. The brigade HQ ensures that the operation is consistent with the mandate and ROEs.

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GLOSSARY 1. Military administration includes logistics and personnel administration. Logistics is the science of planning and carrying out the movement and maintenance of forces. Personnel administration comprises those activities, which contribute to the moral cohesion of our forces through effective personnel management, personnel services and health support services. 2. CASEVAC is defined as the movement of casualties to initial treatment facilities and/or to medical facilities in the combat zone. It does not include en route care by medical personnel. CASEVAC should only be utilized when a unit has a large number of casualties (i.e. when the number of casualties exceeds the ability of the MEDEVAC helicopters) or when MEDEVAC helicopters are not available. CASEVAC helicopters are not protected under the Geneva Convention and are not permitted to mount the Red Cross. They may be fired upon as hostile aircraft. 3. C2IS – Command and Control Information Systems 4. Language Assistant – this term replaces ‘Interpreter’ as it describes the full range of duties, such as interpretation, translation and the provision of cultural background / context. 5. MEDEVAC is defined as the timely, efficient movement and en route care by medical personnel of wounded and injured personnel from the battlefield and other locations to medical treatment facilities (i.e. hospitals). MEDEVAC assets are permitted to mount the Red Cross and are protected under the Geneva Convention, Law of Armed Conflict. No MEDEVAC helicopters are permitted to transport troops, combat supplies or act in support of a combat operation not directly attributed to the provision of medical services 6. Reorganization is part of the reconstitution process. It is the normal activity of assessing the number of personnel and equipment casualties and the level of combat supplies, especially ammunition, and making adjustment to internal organizations in preparation for the next combat activity. 7. IAW AAP-6, NATO Glossary of Terms and Definitions, the term ‘Supported Commander’ will be used with the definition of: “A comd having primary responsibility for all aspects of a task assigned by a higher NATO military authority and who receives forces or other support from one or more supporting commanders”.

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ANNEX A ATTRIBUTES FOR BATTLE TASK STANDARDS 1. BTS represent the alignment of Organizations and the Tasks they are to perform. The attributes are used to define each of these and form a basic code structure. Ideally, the structure should be invisible and tied to TL. 2. Organizational Elements: a.
CODE A B C E G H I J K L M N P Q S T X Y PSYOPS DFS CIMIC Engr Arty Tac Avn Dismtd Inf Lt Inf Mech Inf CSS Med AD MP Int Sigs C2IS Recce EW Recce Recce Recce Recce Maint Recce Engr Fd UTTH Sniper Sniper Sniper Tpt A Armd A Armd A Armd Sup Rifle Rifle Rifle Postal Mov Con Fd Gun Armd Eqpt HQ & Svcs AMS Ress Water Const Geo Army

Organizations and Specific type:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All 0

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b.

Level and Context:
Level or Context: 2 3 4 5 6 7 Formation (Brigade or Higher) / Wing Brigade Brigade Brigade

Army Common

Platoon / Section / Troop / Detachment / Aircraft Crew Section Crew / Patrol Troop Detachment Detachment and Section Detachment and Section Detachment and Section Crew Detachment and Section Troop Troop

Company / Battalion / Squadron / Combat Team Regiment / Battery / Flight Squadron Squadron Battery Squadron Regiment Regiment Regiment

Armd Recce Artillery (Field, STA & AD) Engr

Sigs and EW

Troop

Squadron

Regiment

Brigade

Inf

Platoon Aircraft Section Platoon

Company

Battalion

Brigade

Tac Avn

Flight

Squadron

Wing

CSS, MP, Int, Med

Company

Battalion

Brigade

3. Component: Every element of Army training has been designated as Essential (i.e. trained by both Components), designated by 'E', or Supplemental (normally trained by Reg F units only, although it may be trained by Reserves under certain circumstances), designated by 'S'. 4. Elements associated with Tasks: a. Code 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Phase – this is a means of aligning BTS with TL, which are derived from Force Planning Scenarios: Description All Phases All Phases/War Offensive Ops Defensive Ops Delaying Ops Transitional Ops Unique Ops Remarks Codes 1, 7, 8, 9 considered subsets Codes 2-6 considered subsets

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7 8 9 b. Code 1 2 3 4 5 c.

OOTW DOMOPS NEO Operational Function – this is a means of organizing BTS into functional groups for the purposes of analysis: Description Command Sense Act Shield Sustain Task Numbers – each BTS is based on a three digit task number (000 to 999) as some BTS apply to more than one arm. Remarks

5. Code Structure: a.
Task Corps Type Level Context Phase Op Fn Task No Task No Task No

The code is built as follows:
Organization Task Component

Execute Battle Procedure

A

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

E

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ANNEX B TASK LISTS (TL) 1. These are groupings of BTS aligned with particular operations to create templates for operational tasks: a. b. The code for these will be based on the following Organizational elements of the BTS Code: Corps, Type, Level and Component. Operational Task ID: This will be a two field alphanumeric code that identifies the operational task and its subcomponent as follows:
War TL Op Task ID W Remarks N Remarks P Remarks W1, N1 and P1 the same list D Remarks NEO PSO DOMOPS

1

W1, N1 and W1, N1 and Deployment P1 the same Deployment P1 the same Deployment list list Security in COMMZ and CZ

2

Security

Security

Security

ALEA

3

Sustainment Unique, Transitional and Offensive Ops

Sustainment

Sustainment

4

Evacuation

5 Sub Component 6

Defence

Defensive & Delaying Ops Offensive, Unique & Transitional Ops P7 and D7 the same list

Surveillance

Ejection

7

Delivery

Delivery

P7 and D7 the same list ALEA

8 Includes Sustainment and Security activities

PK

CCO

9

Support

0

2. It should be noted that the TL will be composed of applicable Corps and Army Common BTS and that a lower level TL is subordinate to a higher level TL. a. TL Code Structure:

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Op Task Corps Operational Task Sub-Component Type Level Component

3. For example, a TL for a Reserve Infantry Company for warfighting operations (Ejection) would read:
W 6 I 4 4 E

900

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Task Lists - Levels 6 and 7

Appendix 1 to Annex C

W1 / P1 / D1 Deployment
Execute OPP, A07701001S

W2 - Security
Execute OPP, A07701001S

W3 Sustainment
Execute OPP, A07701001S

W5 - Defence
Execute OPP, A07701001S

W6-Offensive Operations
Execute OPP, A07701001S

N4 - Evacuation Operations

N9 - Support to Evacuation Operations
Execute OPP, A07701001S

P7 / D7 - Delivery P2 - Security Operations in Operations in P3 - Sustainment Peace Support or Peace Support in Peace Support DOMOPS
Execute OPP, A07701001S Execute OPP, A07701001S Execute OPP, A07701001S

P8 - Peace Support Operations
Execute OPP, A07701001S

D2 - Security Operations in DOMOPS
Execute OPP, A07701001S

D3 - Sustainment D5 - Surveillance Operations in Operations in DOMOPS DOMOPS
Execute OPP, A07701001S Execute OPP, A07701001S

D8 - Assistance to Law Enforcement Agencies and CCO in DOMOPS
Execute OPP, A07701001S

Execute Headquarters Execute Headquarters Execute Headquarters Execute Headquarters Execute Headquarters Routine, A07701002S Routine, A07701002S Routine, A07701002S Routine, A07701002S Routine, A07701002S

Execute Headquarters Execute Headquarters Execute Headquarters Execute Headquarters Execute Headquarters Execute Headquarters Execute Headquarters Execute Headquarters Execute Headquarters Routine, Routine, A07701002S Routine, A07701002S Routine, A07701002S Routine, A07701002S Routine, A07701002S Routine, A07701002S Routine, A07701002S Routine, A07701002S A07701002S

Develop and Deliver the Brigade Orders, A07701003S Maintain Situational Awareness, A07701004S

Develop and Deliver the Brigade Orders, A07701003S Maintain Situational Awareness, A07701004S

Develop and Deliver the Brigade Orders, A07701003S Maintain Situational Awareness, A07701004S

Develop and Deliver the Brigade Orders, A07701003S Maintain Situational Awareness, A07701004S

Develop and Deliver the Brigade Orders, A07701003S Maintain Situational Awareness, A07701004S

Develop and Deliver the Brigade Orders, A07701003S Maintain Situational Awareness, A07701004S

Develop and Deliver the Brigade Orders, A07701003S Maintain Situational Awareness, A07701004S

Develop and Deliver the Brigade Orders, A07701003S Maintain Situational Awareness, A07701004S

Develop and Deliver the Brigade Orders, A07701003S Maintain Situational Awareness, A07701004S

Develop and Deliver the Brigade Orders, A07701003S Maintain Situational Awareness, A07701004S

Develop and Deliver the Brigade Orders, A07701003S Maintain Situational Awareness, A07701004S

Develop and Deliver the Brigade Orders, A07701003S Maintain Situational Awareness, A07701004S

Develop and Deliver the Brigade Orders, A07701003S Maintain Situational Awareness, A07701004S

Develop and Deliver the Brigade Orders, A07701003S

Maintain Situational Awareness, A07701004S

Brigade HQ
Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Information Operations, Information Operations, Information Operations, Information Operations, Information Operations, A07701005S A07701005S A07701005S A07701005S A07701005S Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Information Information Operations, Information Operations, Information Operations, Information Operations, Information Operations, Information Operations, Information Operations, Information Operations, Operations, A07701005S A07701005S A07701005S A07701005S A07701005S A07701005S A07701005S A07701005S A07701005S

Plan Sustainment, A07701006S Plan and Execute CBRN Defensive Measures, A07701007S Execute the Plan, A07703008S

Plan Sustainment, A07701006S Plan and Execute CBRN Defensive Measures, A07701007S Execute the Plan, A07703008S

Plan Sustainment, A07701006S Plan and Execute CBRN Defensive Measures, A07701007S Execute the Plan, A07703008S

Plan Sustainment, A07701006S Plan and Execute CBRN Defensive Measures, A07701007S Execute the Plan, A07703008S

Plan Sustainment, A07701006S Plan and Execute CBRN Defensive Measures, A07701007S Execute the Plan, A07703008S

Plan Sustainment, A07701006S Plan and Execute CBRN Defensive Measures, A07701007S Execute the Plan, A07703008S

Plan Sustainment, A07701006S Plan and Execute CBRN Defensive Measures, A07701007S Execute the Plan, A07703008S

Plan Sustainment, A07701006S Plan and Execute CBRN Defensive Measures, A07701007S Execute the Plan, A07703008S

Plan Sustainment, A07701006S Plan and Execute CBRN Defensive Measures, A07701007S Execute the Plan, A07703008S

Plan Sustainment, A07701006S Plan and Execute CBRN Defensive Measures, A07701007S Execute the Plan, A07703008S

Plan Sustainment, A07701006S Plan and Execute CBRN Defensive Measures, A07701007S Execute the Plan, A07703008S

Plan Sustainment, A07701006S Plan and Execute CBRN Defensive Measures, A07701007S Execute the Plan, A07703008S

Plan Sustainment, A07701006S Plan and Execute CBRN Defensive Measures, A07701007S Execute the Plan, A07703008S

Plan Sustainment, A07701006S

Plan and Execute CBRN Defensive Measures, A07701007S

Execute the Plan, A07703008S

C1-1/6

Task Lists - Levels 6 and 7

Appendix 1 to Annex C

W1 / P1 / D1 Deployment
Execute OPP, A06701001E

W2 - Security
Execute OPP, A06701001E

W3 Sustainment
Execute OPP, A06701001E

W5 - Defence
Execute OPP, A06701001E

W6-Offensive Operations
Execute OPP, A06701001E

N4 - Evacuation Operations

N9 - Support to Evacuation Operations
Execute OPP, A06701001E

P7 / D7 - Delivery P2 - Security Operations in Operations in P3 - Sustainment Peace Support or Peace Support in Peace Support DOMOPS
Execute OPP, A06701001E Execute OPP, A06701001E Execute OPP, A06701001E

P8 - Peace Support Operations
Execute OPP, A06701001E

D2 - Security Operations in DOMOPS
Execute OPP, A06701001E

D3 - Sustainment D5 - Surveillance Operations in Operations in DOMOPS DOMOPS
Execute OPP, A06701001E Execute OPP, A06701001E

D8 - Assistance to Law Enforcement Agencies and CCO in DOMOPS
Execute OPP, A06701001E

Establish and Maintain Establish and Maintain Establish and Maintain Establish and Maintain Establish and Maintain Command and Control, Command and Control, Command and Control, Command and Control, Command and Control, A06701002E A06701002E A06701002E A06701002E A06701002E

Establish and Maintain Establish and Maintain Establish and Maintain Establish and Maintain Establish and Maintain Establish and Maintain Establish and Maintain Establish and Maintain Establish and Maintain Command Command and Control, Command and Control, Command and Control, Command and Control, Command and Control, Command and Control, Command and Control, Command and Control, and Control, A06701002E A06701002E A06701002E A06701002E A06701002E A06701002E A06701002E A06701002E A06701002E

Maintain Situational Awareness, A06701004E

Maintain Situational Awareness, A06701004E

Maintain Situational Awareness, A06701004E

Maintain Situational Awareness, A06701004E

Maintain Situational Awareness, A06701004E

Maintain Situational Awareness, A06701004E

Maintain Situational Awareness, A06701004E

Maintain Situational Awareness, A06701004E

Maintain Situational Awareness, A06701004E

Maintain Situational Awareness, A06701004E

Maintain Situational Awareness, A06701004E

Maintain Situational Awareness, A06701004E

Maintain Situational Awareness, A06701004E

Maintain Situational Awareness, A06701004E

Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Information Operations, Information Operations, Information Operations, Information Operations, Information Operations, A06701005E A06701005E A06701005E A06701005E A06701005E

Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Develop and Integrate Information Information Operations, Information Operations, Information Operations, Information Operations, Information Operations, Information Operations, Information Operations, Information Operations, Operations, A06701005E A06701005E A06701005E A06701005E A06701005E A06701005E A06701005E A06701005E A06701005E

Integrate ISTAR Plan, Integrate ISTAR Plan, Integrate ISTAR Plan, Integrate ISTAR Plan, Integrate ISTAR Plan, A06701045E A06701045E A06701045E A06701045E A06701045E Execute Liaison, A06701098E Execute Liaison, A06701098E Integrate Fire Plan, A06711185E Execute Liaison, A06701098E Integrate Fire Plan, A06711185E Execute Liaison, A06701098E Integrate Fire Plan, A06711185E Execute Liaison, A06701098E Integrate Fire Plan, A06711185E

Integrate ISTAR Plan, Integrate ISTAR Plan, Integrate ISTAR Plan, Integrate ISTAR Plan, Integrate ISTAR Plan, Integrate ISTAR Plan, Integrate ISTAR Plan, Integrate ISTAR Plan, Integrate ISTAR Plan, A06701045E A06701045E A06701045E A06701045E A06701045E A06701045E A06701045E A06701045E A06701045E Execute Liaison, A06701098E Integrate Fire Plan, A06711185E Execute Liaison, A06701098E Integrate Fire Plan, A06711185E Execute Liaison, A06701098E Execute Liaison, A06701098E Integrate Fire Plan, A06711185E Execute Liaison, A06701098E Integrate Fire Plan, A06711185E Execute Liaison, A06701098E Integrate Fire Plan, A06711185E Execute Liaison, A06701098E Integrate Fire Plan, A06711185E Execute Liaison, A06701098E Integrate Fire Plan, A06711185E Execute Liaison, A06701098E

Army Common

Integrate Fire Plan, A06711185E

Integrate Close Integrate Close Integrate Close Integrate Close Integrate Close Support CSS Activities, Support CSS Activities, Support CSS Activities, Support CSS Activities, Support CSS Activities, A06701187S A06701187S A06701187S A06701187S A06701187S Handle PWs / Detainees / PIFWC, A06702043S Deal with CIVPOP / DPs, A06702044S Handle PWs / Detainees / PIFWC, A06702043S Deal with CIVPOP / DPs, A06702044S Execute a Link Up, A06753067S Handle PWs / Detainees / PIFWC, A06702043S Deal with CIVPOP / DPs, A06702044S Execute a Link Up, A06753067S Handle PWs / Detainees / PIFWC, A06702043S Deal with CIVPOP / DPs, A06702044S Execute a Link Up, A06753067S

Integrate Close Integrate Close Integrate Close Integrate Close Integrate Close Integrate Close Support CSS Activities, Support CSS Activities, Support CSS Activities, Support CSS Activities, Support CSS Activities, Support CSS Activities, A06701187S A06701187S A06701187S A06701187S A06701187S A06701187S Handle PWs / Detainees / PIFWC, A06702043S Deal with CIVPOP / DPs, A06702044S Execute a Link Up, A06753067S Execute a Passage of Lines, A06753082S Handle PWs / Detainees / PIFWC, A06702043S Deal with CIVPOP / DPs, A06702044S Execute a Link Up, A06753067S Handle PWs / Detainees / PIFWC, A06702043S Deal with CIVPOP / DPs, A06702044S Deal with CIVPOP / DPs, A06702044S Execute a Link Up, A06753067S Handle PWs / Detainees / PIFWC, A06702043S Deal with CIVPOP / DPs, A06702044S Execute a Link Up, A06753067S Handle PWs / Detainees / PIFWC, A06702043S Deal with CIVPOP / DPs, A06702044S Deal with CIVPOP / DPs, A06702044S

Integrate Close Integrate Close Support CSS Support CSS Activities, Activities, A06701187S A06701187S Handle PWs / Detainees / PIFWC, A06702043S Deal with CIVPOP / DPs, A06702044S Handle PWs / Detainees / PIFWC, A06702043S Deal with CIVPOP / DPs, A06702044S

Execute a Passage of Execute a Passage of Execute a Passage of Lines, A06753082S Lines, A06753082S Lines, A06753082S

Execute a Passage of Execute a Passage of Execute a Passage of Execute a Passage of Execute a Passage of Execute a Passage of Execute a Passage of Lines, Lines, A06753082S Lines, A06753082S Lines, A06753082S Lines, A06753082S Lines, A06753082S Lines, A06753082S A06753082S

Execute a Withdrawal, Execute a Withdrawal, Execute a Withdrawal, A06753139S A06753139S A06753139S Execute Road Movement, A06703142S Execute Road Movement, A06703142S Execute Road Movement, A06703142S Execute Road Movement, A06703142S Execute Road Movement, A06703142S

Execute a Withdrawal, Execute a Withdrawal, Execute a Withdrawal, Execute a Withdrawal, Execute a Withdrawal, Execute a Withdrawal, Execute a Withdrawal, Execute a Withdrawal, Execute a Withdrawal, A06753139S A06753139S A06753139S A06753139S A06753139S A06753139S A06753139S A06753139S A06753139S Execute Road Movement, A06703142S Execute Road Movement, A06703142S Execute Road Movement, A06703142S Execute Road Movement, A06703142S Execute Road Movement, A06703142S Execute Road Movement, A06703142S Execute Road Movement, A06703142S

C1-2/6

Task Lists - Levels 6 and 7

Appendix 1 to Annex C

W1 / P1 / D1 Deployment

W2 - Security

W3 Sustainment

W5 - Defence

W6-Offensive Operations

N4 - Evacuation Operations

N9 - Support to Evacuation Operations

P7 / D7 - Delivery P2 - Security Operations in Operations in P3 - Sustainment Peace Support or Peace Support in Peace Support DOMOPS

P8 - Peace Support Operations

D2 - Security Operations in DOMOPS

D3 - Sustainment D5 - Surveillance Operations in Operations in DOMOPS DOMOPS

D8 - Assistance to Law Enforcement Agencies and CCO in DOMOPS

Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure OPSEC, A06704042S OPSEC, A06704042S OPSEC, A06704042S OPSEC, A06704042S OPSEC, A06704042S Direct Rear Area Operations, A06704073S Direct Rear Area Operations, A06704073S Direct Rear Area Operations, A06704073S Direct Rear Area Operations, A06704073S Direct Rear Area Operations, A06704073S

Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure OPSEC, OPSEC, A06704042S OPSEC, A06704042S OPSEC, A06704042S OPSEC, A06704042S OPSEC, A06704042S OPSEC, A06704042S OPSEC, A06704042S OPSEC, A06704042S A06704042S Direct Rear Area Operations, A06704073S Direct Rear Area Operations, A06704073S Direct Rear Area Operations, A06704073S Direct Rear Area Operations, A06704073S Direct Rear Area Operations, A06704073S Direct Rear Area Operations, A06704073S Direct Rear Area Operations, A06704073S Direct Rear Area Operations, A06704073S

Direct Rear Area Operations, A06704073S

Execute Local Defence Execute Local Defence Execute Local Defence Execute Local Defence Execute Local Defence A06704174S A06704174S A06704174S A06704174S A06704174S

Execute Local Defence Execute Local Defence Execute Local Defence Execute Local Defence Execute Local Defence Execute Local Defence Execute Local Defence Execute Local Defence Execute Local Defence, A06704174S A06704174S A06704174S A06704174S A06704174S A06704174S A06704174S A06704174S A06704174S

Execute Immediate and Execute Immediate and Execute Immediate and Execute Immediate and Execute Immediate and Execute Immediate and Execute Immediate and Execute Immediate and Execute Immediate and Execute Immediate and Execute Immediate and Execute Immediate and Execute Immediate and Execute Immediate and Execute Immediate and Operational Operational Operational Operational Operational Operational Operational Operational Operational Operational Operational Operational Operational Operational Operational Decontamination, Decontamination, Decontamination, Decontamination, Decontamination, Decontamination, Decontamination, Decontamination, Decontamination, Decontamination, Decontamination, Decontamination, Decontamination, Decontamination, Decontamination, A06704175S A06704175S A06704175S A06704175S A06704175S A06704175S A06704175S A06704175S A06704175S A06704175S A06704175S A06704175S A06704175S A06704175S A06704175S React to Direct Fire, A06704180E React to Direct Fire, A06704180E React to Direct Fire, A06704180E React to Direct Fire, A06704180E React to Direct Fire, A06704180E React to Direct Fire, A06704180E React to Direct Fire, A06704180E React to Direct Fire, A06704180E React to Direct Fire, A06704180E React to Direct Fire, A06704180E React to Direct Fire, A06704180E React to Direct Fire, A06704180E React to Direct Fire, A06704180E React to Direct Fire, A06704180E

React to Direct Fire, A06704180E

Army Common React to Indirect Fire, React to Indirect Fire, React to Indirect Fire, React to Indirect Fire, React to Indirect Fire, React to Indirect Fire, React to Indirect Fire, React to Indirect Fire, React to Indirect Fire, React to Indirect Fire, React to Indirect Fire, React to Indirect Fire, React to Indirect Fire, React to Indirect Fire, React to Indirect Fire, (continued) A06704181E A06704181E A06704181E A06704181E A06704181E A06704181E A06704181E A06704181E A06704181E A06704181E A06704181E A06704181E A06704181E A06704181E A06704181E
Execute Assy Area / Hide / Harbour Operations, A06704183S React to Mine Strike, A06704363S Execute Assy Area / Hide / Harbour Operations, A06704183S React to Mine Strike, A06704363S Execute Assy Area / Hide / Harbour Operations, A06704183S React to Mine Strike, A06704363S Execute Assy Area / Hide / Harbour Operations, A06704183S React to Mine Strike, A06704363S Execute Assy Area / Hide / Harbour Operations, A06704183S React to Mine Strike, A06704363S Execute Assy Area / Hide / Harbour Operations, A06704183S Execute Assy Area / Hide / Harbour Operations, A06704183S React to Mine Strike, A06704363S Execute Assy Area / Hide / Harbour Operations, A06704183S React to Mine Strike, A06704363S Execute Assy Area / Hide / Harbour Operations, A06704183S React to Mine Strike, A06704363S Execute Assy Area / Hide / Harbour Operations, A06704183S React to Mine Strike, A06704363S Execute Assy Area / Hide / Harbour Operations, A06704183S Execute Assy Area / Hide / Harbour Operations, A06704183S Execute Assy Area / Hide / Harbour Operations, A06704183S Execute Assy Area / Hide / Harbour Operations, A06704183S

Provide Integral CSS, Provide Integral CSS, Provide Integral CSS, Provide Integral CSS, Provide Integral CSS, A06705041S A06705041S A06705041S A06705041S A06705041S Execute Reorganization, A06705301S Treat and Evacuate Casualties, A06705302S Execute Reorganization, A06705301S Treat and Evacuate Casualties, A06705302S Execute Reorganization, A06705301S Treat and Evacuate Casualties, A06705302S Execute Reorganization, A06705301S Treat and Evacuate Casualties, A06705302S Execute Reorganization, A06705301S Treat and Evacuate Casualties, A06705302S

Provide Integral CSS, Provide Integral CSS, Provide Integral CSS, Provide Integral CSS, Provide Integral CSS, Provide Integral CSS, Provide Integral CSS, Provide Integral CSS, Provide Integral CSS, A06705041S A06705041S A06705041S A06705041S A06705041S A06705041S A06705041S A06705041S A06705041S Execute Reorganization, A06705301S Treat and Evacuate Casualties, A06705302S Execute Reorganization, A06705301S Treat and Evacuate Casualties, A06705302S Execute Reorganization, A06705301S Treat and Evacuate Casualties, A06705302S Treat and Evacuate Casualties, A06705302S Treat and Evacuate Casualties, A06705302S Treat and Evacuate Casualties, A06705302S Treat and Evacuate Casualties, A06705302S Treat and Evacuate Casualties, A06705302S Treat and Evacuate Casualties, A06705302S

C1-3/6

Task Lists - Levels 6 and 7

Appendix 1 to Annex C

W1 / P1 / D1 Deployment

W2 - Security

W3 Sustainment

W5 - Defence
Execute a Screen, B06702058S

W6-Offensive Operations
Execute a Screen, B06702058S

N4 - Evacuation Operations

N9 - Support to Evacuation Operations

P7 / D7 - Delivery P2 - Security Operations in Operations in P3 - Sustainment Peace Support or DOMOPS Peace Support in Peace Support
Execute a Screen, B06702058S

P8 - Peace Support Operations
Execute a Screen, B06702058S

D2 - Security Operations in DOMOPS
Execute a Screen, B06702058S

D3 - Sustainment D5 - Surveillance Operations in Operations in DOMOPS DOMOPS
Execute a Screen, B06702058S

D8 - Assistance to Law Enforcement Agencies and CCO in DOMOPS

Execute an Advance to Contact, B06753061S

Execute an Advance to Contact, B06753061S

Execute an Advance to Contact, B06753061S

Execute an Advance to Contact, B06753061S

Execute a Cordon and Search Operation, B06773069S Execute a Delay, B06743080S Execute a Relief in Place, B06753081S Execute an Ambush, B06723086S Execute a Relief in Place, B06753081S Execute an Ambush, B06723086S Execute an Ambush, B06723086S Establish and Operate a Firebase, B06723092S Execute an Attack, B06723093S Execute Airmobile Operations, B06763113S Execute Airmobile Operations, B06763113S Execute Airmobile Operations, B06763113S

Execute a Cordon and Search Operation, B06773069S

Execute a Cordon and Search Operation, B06773069S

Execute a Cordon and Search Operation, B06773069S

Execute a Relief in Place, B06753081S

Execute a Relief in Place, B06753081S

Execute a Relief in Place, B06753081S

Execute an Attack, B06723093S Execute Airmobile Operations, B06763113S Execute Airmobile Operations, B06763113S Execute Airmobile Operations, B06763113S Execute Airmobile Operations, B06763113S Execute an Infiltration, B06723124S

Battle Group

Execute an Infiltration, B06723124S

Execute an Infiltration, Execute an Infiltration, Execute an Infiltration, B06723124S B06723124S B06723124S Execute a Raid, B06723126S Execute a Guard, B06743130S Execute a Guard, B06743130S Execute a Raid, B06723126S Execute a Guard, B06743130S Execute a Defence, B06733134S Execute a Breakout, B06763136S

Execute an Infiltration, Execute an Infiltration, B06723124S B06723124S

Execute a Guard, B06743130S

Execute a Guard, B06743130S Execute a Defence, B06733134S

Execute a Defence, B06733134S Execute a Breakout, B06763136S

Execute a Defence, B06733134S Execute a Breakout, B06763136S

Execute a Breakout, B06763136S

Execute a Deliberate Attack, B06723144S Execute a Deliberate Obstacle Breach, B06723145S Execute a Pursuit, B06723146S Execute an Assault Water Crossing, B06763147S Execute Fire and Movement, B06713148S Execute Fire and Movement, B06713148S Execute Fire and Movement, B06713148S

Execute a Deliberate Attack, B06723144S Execute a Deliberate Obstacle Breach, B06723145S Execute a Pursuit, B06723146S

Execute a Deliberate Attack, B06723144S Execute a Deliberate Obstacle Breach, B06723145S

Execute Fire and Movement, B06713148S

C1-4/6

Task Lists - Levels 6 and 7

Appendix 1 to Annex C

W1 / P1 / D1 Deployment

W2 - Security
Command and Control Fire Support, G24711162S Establish and maintain a Regimental Communication Architecture, G24711163S Execute a Fire Plan, G24713157S Execute Fire Support Coordination, G24713159S Execute Counter-Fire Operations, G24714165S

W3 Sustainment

W5 - Defence

W6-Offensive Operations

N4 - Evacuation Operations

N9 - Support to Evacuation Operations

P7 / D7 - Delivery P2 - Security Operations in Operations in P3 - Sustainment Peace Support or Peace Support in Peace Support DOMOPS

P8 - Peace Support Operations

D2 - Security Operations in DOMOPS

D3 - Sustainment D5 - Surveillance Operations in Operations in DOMOPS DOMOPS
Command and Control Fire Support, G24711162S Establish and maintain a Regimental Communication Architecture, G24711163S

D8 - Assistance to Law Enforcement Agencies and CCO in DOMOPS

Command and Control Command and Control Fire Support, Fire Support, G24711162S G24711162S Establish and maintain a Regimental Communication Architecture, G24711163S Execute a Fire Plan, G24713157S Execute Fire Support Coordination, G24713159S Execute Counter-Fire Operations, G24714165S Establish and maintain a Regimental Communication Architecture, G24711163S Execute a Fire Plan, G24713157S Execute Fire Support Coordination, G24713159S Execute Counter-Fire Operations, G24714165S

Command and Control Command and Control Fire Support, Fire Support, G24711162S G24711162S Establish and maintain a Regimental Communication Architecture, G24711163S Execute a Fire Plan, G24713157S Execute Fire Support Coordination, G24713159S Execute Counter-Fire Operations, G24714165S Establish and maintain a Regimental Communication Architecture, G24711163S Execute a Fire Plan, G24713157S Execute Fire Support Coordination, G24713159S Execute Counter-Fire Operations, G24714165S

Field Artillery Regiment

Execute Fire Support Coordination, G24713159S

Operate an Engineer Support Coordination Centre, E06701294S

Operate an Engineer Support Coordination Centre, E06701294S

Operate an Engineer Support Coordination Centre, E06701294S

Operate an Engineer Support Coordination Centre, E06701294S

Operate an Engineer Support Coordination Centre, E06701294S

Operate an Engineer Support Coordination Centre, E06701294S

Operate an Engineer Support Coordination Centre, E06701294S

Operate an Engineer Support Coordination Centre, E06701294S

Operate an Engineer Support Coordination Centre, E06701294S

Operate an Engineer Support Coordination Centre, E06701294S

Operate an Engineer Support Coordination Centre, E06701294S

Operate an EOD Response Centre, E06701295S Direct, Process and Disseminate Engineer Intelligence, E06702296S

Operate an EOD Response Centre, E06701295S Direct, Process and Disseminate Engineer Intelligence, E06702296S Integrate Barrier Plan, E36731238S

Operate an EOD Response Centre, E06701295S Direct, Process and Disseminate Engineer Intelligence, E06702296S

Operate an EOD Response Centre, E06701295S Direct, Process and Disseminate Engineer Intelligence, E06702296S

Operate an EOD Response Centre, E06701295S Direct, Process and Disseminate Engineer Intelligence, E06702296S Direct, Process and Disseminate Engineer Intelligence, E06702296S

Operate an EOD Response Centre, E06701295S Direct, Process and Disseminate Engineer Intelligence, E06702296S

Operate an EOD Response Centre, E06701295S Direct, Process and Disseminate Engineer Intelligence, E06702296S

Operate an EOD Response Centre, E06701295S Direct, Process and Disseminate Engineer Intelligence, E06702296S

Operate an EOD Response Centre, E06701295S Direct, Process and Disseminate Engineer Intelligence, E06702296S

Operate an EOD Response Centre, E06701295S Direct, Process and Disseminate Engineer Intelligence, E06702296S

Operate an EOD Response Centre, E06701295S Direct, Process and Disseminate Engineer Intelligence, E06702296S

Operate an EOD Response Centre, E06701295S Direct, Process and Disseminate Engineer Intelligence, E06702296S

Engineer Regiment
Plan and Execute Mobility Operations, E36703297S

Integrate Barrier Plan, Integrate Barrier Plan, E36731238S E36731238S Plan and Execute Mobility Operations, E36703297S Plan and Execute Mobility Operations, E36703297S Plan and Execute Counter-Mobility Operations, E36704298S Plan and Execute Survivability Operations, E36704299S Plan and Execute Survivability Operations, E36704299S

Integrate Barrier Plan, Integrate Barrier Plan, E36731238S E36731238S Plan and Execute Mobility Operations, E36703297S Plan and Execute Counter-Mobility Operations, E36704298S Plan and Execute Survivability Operations, E36704299S Plan and Execute Counter-Mobility Operations, E36704298S Plan and Execute Survivability Operations, E36704299S Plan and Execute Survivability Operations, E36704299S Plan and Execute Survivability Operations, E36704299S Plan and Execute Mobility Operations, E36703297S Plan and Execute Mobility Operations, E36703297S

Integrate Barrier Plan, Integrate Barrier Plan, E36731238S E36731238S Plan and Execute Mobility Operations, E36703297S Plan and Execute Counter-Mobility Operations, E36704298S Plan and Execute Survivability Operations, E36704299S Plan and Execute Counter-Mobility Operations, E36704298S Plan and Execute Survivability Operations, E36704299S Plan and Execute Survivability Operations, E36704299S Plan and Execute Survivability Operations, E36704299S Plan and Execute Mobility Operations, E36703297S

Plan and Execute Counter-Mobility Operations, E36704298S Plan and Execute Survivability Operations, E36704299S Plan and Execute Survivability Operations, E36704299S Plan and Execute Survivability Operations, E36704299S

Plan and Execute Counter-Mobility Operations, E36704298S Plan and Execute Survivability Operations, E36704299S

C1-5/6

Task Lists - Levels 6 and 7

Appendix 1 to Annex C

W1 / P1 / D1 Deployment

W2 - Security

W3 Sustainment

W5 - Defence

W6-Offensive Operations

N4 - Evacuation Operations

N9 - Support to Evacuation Operations

P7 / D7 - Delivery P2 - Security Operations in Operations in P3 - Sustainment Peace Support or Peace Support in Peace Support DOMOPS

P8 - Peace Support Operations

D2 - Security Operations in DOMOPS

D3 - Sustainment D5 - Surveillance Operations in Operations in DOMOPS DOMOPS

D8 - Assistance to Law Enforcement Agencies and CCO in DOMOPS

Establish and Operate Establish and Operate Establish and Operate Establish and Operate Establish and Operate an Aviation Command an Aviation Command an Aviation Command an Aviation Command an Aviation Command Post, H06701100S Post, H06701100S Post, H06701100S Post, H06701100S Post, H06701100S

Establish and Operate Establish and Operate Establish and Operate Establish and Operate Establish and Operate Establish and Operate Establish and Operate Establish and Operate an Aviation Command an Aviation Command an Aviation Command an Aviation Command an Aviation Command an Aviation Command an Aviation Command an Aviation Command Post, H06701100S Post, H06701100S Post, H06701100S Post, H06701100S Post, H06701100S Post, H06701100S Post, H06701100S Post, H06701100S

Plan Aviation Missions, Plan Aviation Missions, Plan Aviation Missions, Plan Aviation Missions, Plan Aviation Missions, H06701101S H06701101S H06701101S H06701101S H06701101S

Plan Aviation Missions, Plan Aviation Missions, Plan Aviation Missions, Plan Aviation Missions, Plan Aviation Missions, Plan Aviation Missions, Plan Aviation Missions, Plan Aviation Missions, H06701101S H06701101S H06701101S H06701101S H06701101S H06701101S H06701101S H06701101S

Tactical Helicopter Squadron

Provide Aviation Provide Aviation Provide Aviation Provide Aviation Provide Aviation Meteorological Meteorological Meteorological Meteorological Meteorological Services, H06702103S Services, H06702103S Services, H06702103S Services, H06702103S Services, H06702103S

Provide Aviation Provide Aviation Provide Aviation Provide Aviation Provide Aviation Provide Aviation Provide Aviation Provide Aviation Meteorological Meteorological Meteorological Meteorological Meteorological Meteorological Meteorological Meteorological Services, H06702103S Services, H06702103S Services, H06702103S Services, H06702103S Services, H06702103S Services, H06702103S Services, H06702103S Services, H06702103S

Establish and Operate Establish and Operate Establish and Operate Establish and Operate Establish and Operate a HLS, H06703097S a HLS, H06703097S a HLS, H06703097S a HLS, H06703097S a HLS, H06703097S

Establish and Operate Establish and Operate Establish and Operate Establish and Operate Establish and Operate Establish and Operate Establish and Operate Establish and Operate a HLS, H06703097S a HLS, H06703097S a HLS, H06703097S a HLS, H06703097S a HLS, H06703097S a HLS, H06703097S a HLS, H06703097S a HLS, H06703097S

Prepare and Execute Crash Response, H06704104S

Prepare and Execute Crash Response, H06704104S

Prepare and Execute Crash Response, H06704104S

Prepare and Execute Crash Response, H06704104S

Prepare and Execute Crash Response, H06704104S

Prepare and Execute Crash Response, H06704104S

Prepare and Execute Crash Response, H06704104S

Prepare and Execute Crash Response, H06704104S

Prepare and Execute Crash Response, H06704104S

Prepare and Execute Crash Response, H06704104S

Prepare and Execute Crash Response, H06704104S

Prepare and Execute Crash Response, H06704104S

Prepare and Execute Crash Response, H06704104S

Control Sustainment, L06701006S

Control Sustainment, L06701006S

Control Sustainment, L06701006S

Control Sustainment, L06701006S

Control Sustainment, L06701006S

Control Sustainment, L06701006S

Control Sustainment, L06701006S

Control Sustainment, L06701006S

Control Sustainment, L06701006S

Control Sustainment, L06701006S

Control Sustainment, L06701006S

Control Sustainment, L06701006S

Control Sustainment, L06701006S

Service Battalion
Site the BSA, L06701324S Site the BSA, L06701324S Site the BSA, L06701324S Site the BSA, L06701324S Site the BSA, L06701324S Site the BSA, L06701324S Site the BSA, L06701324S Site the BSA, L06701324S Site the BSA, L06701324S Site the BSA, L06701324S Site the BSA, L06701324S Site the BSA, L06701324S Site the BSA, L06701324S

C1-6/6

Task Lists - Levels 4 and 5

Appendix 2 to Annex C

W1 / P1 / D1 Deployment
Execute Battle Procedure, B05601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, B05601004E Establish and Operate a CP, B05601062E

W2 - Security
Execute Battle Procedure, B05601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, B05601004E Establish and Operate a CP, B05601062E

W3 Sustainment
Execute Battle Procedure, B05601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, B05601004E Establish and Operate a CP, B05601062E

W5 - Defence
Execute Battle Procedure, B05601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, B05601004E Establish and Operate a CP, B05601062E

W6-Offensive Operations
Execute Battle Procedure, B05601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, B05601004E Establish and Operate a CP, B05601062E Execute an Advance to Contact, B05653061E

N4 - Evacuation Operations
Execute Battle Procedure, B05601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, B05601004E Establish and Operate a CP, B05601062E Execute an Advance to Contact, B05653061E Execute a Link Up, B05653067E Execute a Bypass, B05653075E

N9 - Support to Evacuation Operations
Execute Battle Procedure, B05601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, B05601004E Establish and Operate a CP, B05601062E

P2 - Security Operations in Peace Support
Execute Battle Procedure, B05601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, B05601004E Establish and Operate a CP, B05601062E

P3 Sustainment in Peace Support
Execute Battle Procedure, B05601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, B05601004E Establish and Operate a CP, B05601062E

P7 / D7 Delivery Operations in Peace Support or DOMOPS
Execute Battle Procedure, B05601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, B05601004E Establish and Operate a CP, B05601062E

P8 - Peace Support Operations
Execute Battle Procedure, B05601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, B05601004E Establish and Operate a CP, B05601062E Execute an Advance to Contact, B05653061E Execute a Link Up, B05653067E Execute a Bypass, B05653075E

D2 - Security Operations in DOMOPS
Execute Battle Procedure, B05601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, B05601004E Establish and Operate a CP, B05601062E

D3 Sustainment Operations in DOMOPS
Execute Battle Procedure, B05601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, B05601004E Establish and Operate a CP, B05601062E

D5 Surveillance Operations in DOMOPS
Execute Battle Procedure, B05601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, B05601004E Establish and Operate a CP, B05601062E Execute an Advance to Contact, B05653061E Execute a Link Up, B05653067E

D8 - Assistance to Law Enforcement Agencies and CCO in DOMOPS
Execute Battle Procedure, B05601000E

Maintain Situational Awareness, B05601004E

Establish and Operate a CP, B05601062E

Execute a Link Up, B05653067E

Execute a Link Up, B05653067E Execute a Bypass, B05653075E

Execute a Delay, B05643080S Execute a Relief , B05653081E Execute a Relief , B05653081E Execute a Relief , B05653081E Execute a Relief , B05653081E Establish and Operate a Firebase, B05623092E Execute an Attack, B05623093E Execute Airmobile Operations, B05663113S Execute a Guard , B05643130E Execute a Defence, B05633134E Execute a Breakout, B05663136S Execute a Withdrawal, B05653139S Execute Airmobile Operations, B05663113S Execute a Guard , B05643130E Execute a Defence, B05633134E Execute a Breakout, B05663136S Execute a Withdrawal, B05653139S Execute a Reserved Demolition Guard, B05633149E Execute Reconnaissance in Force, B05623150S Execute a Reserved Demolition Guard, B05633149E Execute Reconnaissance in Force, B05623150S Execute a Withdrawal, B05653139S Execute a Withdrawal, B05653139S Execute a Reserved Demolition Guard, B05633149E Execute Reconnaissance in Force, B05623150S Execute Airmobile Operations, B05663113S Execute a Guard , B05643130E Execute Airmobile Operations, B05663113S Execute a Guard , B05643130E Execute Airmobile Operations, B05663113S Execute a Guard , B05643130E Execute a Defence, B05633134E Execute a Breakout, B05663136S Execute a Withdrawal, B05653139S Execute a Breakout, B05663136S Execute a Withdrawal, B05653139S Execute a Relief , B05653081E Execute a Relief , B05653081E Establish and Operate a Firebase, B05623092E Execute an Attack, B05623093E Execute Airmobile Operations, B05663113S Execute a Guard , B05643130E Execute a Defence, B05633134E Execute a Breakout, B05663136S Execute a Withdrawal, B05653139S Execute Airmobile Operations, B05663113S Execute a Guard , B05643130E Execute Airmobile Operations, B05663113S Execute a Relief , B05653081E Execute a Relief , B05653081E

CAT

Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure Develop and Ensure OPSEC, OPSEC, B05604042E OPSEC, B05604042E OPSEC, B05604042E OPSEC, B05604042E OPSEC, B05604042E OPSEC, B05604042E OPSEC, B05604042E OPSEC, B05604042E OPSEC, B05604042E OPSEC, B05604042E OPSEC, B05604042E OPSEC, B05604042E OPSEC, B05604042E OPSEC, B05604042E B05604042E

C2-1/12

Task Lists - Levels 4 and 5

Appendix 2 to Annex C

W1 / P1 / D1 Deployment
Execute Battle Procedure, A04601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, A04601004E Coordinate Integral CSS, A04601186E

W2 - Security
Execute Battle Procedure, A04601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, A04601004E Coordinate Integral CSS, A04601186E Handle PWs / Detainees / PIFWC, A04602043E

W3 Sustainment
Execute Battle Procedure, A04601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, A04601004E Coordinate Integral CSS, A04601186E Handle PWs / Detainees / PIFWC, A04602043E

W5 - Defence
Execute Battle Procedure, A04601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, A04601004E Coordinate Integral CSS, A04601186E Handle PWs / Detainees / PIFWC, A04602043E

W6-Offensive Operations
Execute Battle Procedure, A04601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, A04601004E Coordinate Integral CSS, A04601186E Handle PWs / Detainees / PIFWC, A04602043E

N9 - Support to N4 - Evacuation Evacuation Operations Operations
Execute Battle Procedure, A04601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, A04601004E Coordinate Integral CSS, A04601186E Execute Battle Procedure, A04601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, A04601004E Coordinate Integral CSS, A04601186E Handle PWs / Detainees / PIFWC, A04602043E

P2 - Security Operations in Peace Support
Execute Battle Procedure, A04601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, A04601004E Coordinate Integral CSS, A04601186E Handle PWs / Detainees / PIFWC, A04602043E

P3 Sustainment in Peace Support
Execute Battle Procedure, A04601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, A04601004E Coordinate Integral CSS, A04601186E Handle PWs / Detainees / PIFWC, A04602043E

P7 / D7 Delivery Operations in Peace Support or DOMOPS
Execute Battle Procedure, A04601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, A04601004E Coordinate Integral CSS, A04601186E

P8 - Peace Support Operations
Execute Battle Procedure, A04601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, A04601004E Coordinate Integral CSS, A04601186E Handle PWs / Detainees / PIFWC, A04602043E

D2 - Security Operations in DOMOPS
Execute Battle Procedure, A04601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, A04601004E Coordinate Integral CSS, A04601186E

D3 Sustainment Operations in DOMOPS
Execute Battle Procedure, A04601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, A04601004E Coordinate Integral CSS, A04601186E

D5 Surveillance Operations in DOMOPS
Execute Battle Procedure, A04601000E Maintain Situational Awareness, A04601004E Coordinate Integral CSS, A04601186E

D8 - Assistance to Law Enforcement Agencies and CCO in DOMOPS
Execute Battle Procedure, A04601000E

Maintain Situational Awareness, A04601004E Coordinate Integral CSS, A04601186E

Execute NBC Survey, Execute NBC Survey, Execute NBC Survey, Execute NBC Survey, Execute NBC Survey, Execute NBC Survey, Execute NBC Survey, Execute NBC Survey, Execute NBC Survey, Execute NBC Survey, Execute NBC Survey, Execute NBC Survey, Execute