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Canada Patrolling 2002

Canada Patrolling 2002

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Prior to the commencement of an OP task, ptl comds must
ensure that they fully understand their assigned mission. To assist in
this process, information, as it pertains to the following headings must
be received.

12.

Enemy:

a.

up to date situation (enemy ground and air forces);

b.

enemy ptls or other observed activity; and

c.

enemy artillery activity.

13.

Friendly:

a.

location of friendly personnel including other OPs;

b.

available fire support

c.

ptl programs;

d.

artillery targets;

e.

nuclear strike warning; and

f.

air activity.

B-GL-392-004/FP-001

270

Dismounted Observation Posts

14.

Ground:

a.

likely enemy approaches;

b.

dead ground;

c.

probable obstacles, crossing points, reserve
demolitions; and

d.

withdrawal routes.

15.

Meteorology (met) Conditions:

a.

time of first and last light;

b.

moon phase; and

c.

weather and likely impact on enemy/friendly
activity.

16.

Mission:

a.

comds intent;

b.

tasks—primary, secondary, possible; and

c.

arcs—primary and secondary.

17.

Execution:

a.

likely duration of the OP;

b.

open fire policy;

c.

limitations on movement;

d.

stage of occupation;

e.

action on enemy contact; and

f.

extraction procedures.

B-GL-392-004/FP-001

271

Patrolling

18.

Svc Sp:

a.

re-supply—ammo, rations, water, Petrol, Oil and
Lubricant (POL);

b.

relief; and

c.

casualty evacuation.

19.

Command and Signals:

a.

communication procedures/restrictions;

b.

radar frequencies; and

c.

any special signals.

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