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M C2001000 11/97 ANNEX E ELEMENT: MEDICAL PLATOON TASK: DISPLACE Aid Station (7-3-1606) (FM 55-30) ITERATION 1 2 3 4 5 (circle)

TRAINING STATUS T P U (circle) CONDITION: The platoon has been ordered to move to a field location with the supported unit. The platoon is given the location of the site or sites; it is given release-point and start-point locations and times, the route of march, and coordination instructions. The OPORD has been received. The move will be conducted under threat of air or ground attack. TASK STANDARD: 1. The platoon loads and prepares to move by the time specified in the FRAGO and OPORD. 2. The platoon conducts movement as specified in the FRAGO and OPORD. 3. The platoon maintains communications and control of all elements throughout the movement. NO GO STEPS and PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO +*1. Platoon leader or briefs personnel on-a. Routes to the destination. b. Location in the convoy. c. Nearest radio vehicle. d. Security. e. Coordination for emergency treatment evacuation. f. Support available. g. Pertinent times. h. Specific duties of subordinates during the convoy. +*2. Medical assistant or platoon sergeant supervises operations. +*3. Platoon members assemble equipment and supplies, and load vehicles. a. Assemble and load supplies and equipment. b. Assemble special equipment and load according to instructions. c. Load medical equipment so that it is available immediately for en route emergency treatment. +*4. Medical operations officer or platoon sergeant inspects personnel, equipment, and loads at the staging area. a. Inspects vehicle prior to departure. b. Inspects cargo to ensure it is properly secured. c. Ensures the NCOIC of each section inspects personnel for compliance with uniform and equipment requirements. d. Inspects vehicle to ensure all equipment and personnel are accounted for. *5. Platoon members evacuate casualties using available vehicles. a. Load maximum number of casualties, placing the most seriously injured in rear of vehicle. b. Secure casualties in vehicles. c. Transport casualties without causing further injury. +*6. Platoon sergeant enters radio net. a. Opens the radio net at least one-half hour before crossing start point (SP). b. Performs minor radio repair as required or replaces inoperable sets. +7. Platoon prepares to cross and crosses the SP. a. Assembles at convoy SP. b. Lines up in order of march consistent with OPUSES, in sufficient time to cross the SP. +8. Platoon participates in motor march. a. Crosses start point, critical points, and release point (RP) within times listed in movement order. b. Maintains intervals and speed as specified by convoy commander and order. c. Reports convoy locations as directed when crossing critical points or arriving at RPs, using SOI provided.

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d. Ensures drivers use ground guides and follow other night convoy safety procedures specified by convoy commander. e. Makes effective use of cover, camouflage, dispersion, radio silence, blackout, air guards, attached security, and so on. f. Ensures designated air guards remain upright and scan for aircraft throughout movement. 9. When a vehicle is disabled due to mechanical failure, ensures the driver: a. Pulls to the side of the road and waves the convoy past. b. Attempts to repair the vehicle. c. Flags down the first recovery vehicle for assistance or towing. d. Stays with the vehicle. +*10. Platoon and convoy halt for rest, personnel comfort and relief, messing, refueling, maintenance, and scheduled adjustments. a. Platoon leader, medical operations officer, or platoon sergeant checks the welfare of the men, security of the loads, vehicle performance, and the performance of at-halt maintenance. b. Drivers move vehicles far enough off the road to keep the march route clear. c. Platoon establishes security immediately. At least one air guard remains alert, manning authorized weapons at all times. d. Drivers inspect, load, refuel, and perform unit maintenance on their vehicles. e. Platoon feeds personnel and resupplies as required, if time permits, and if movement is of long duration. f. Leaders enforce light, noise, and litter discipline. g. Drivers keep unauthorized personnel away from vehicles. h. Drivers remain alert for immediate resumption of march, and platoon resumes march on schedule. 11. Platoon crosses RP by time specified in OPORD. NOTE * Indicates a leader task. NOTE + Indicates a critical task. TASK PERFORMANCE SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 1 2 TOTAL TASK STEPS & PERFORMANCE MEASURES EVALUATED TOTAL TASK STEPS & PERFORMANCE MEASURES "GO" SUPPORTING OFFICER'S TASKS 01-3140.00-0001 01-3140.00-0014 01-5700.01-0001 Communicate on a Tactical Radio 03-3120.00-0001 03-3120.00-0002 03-7151.00-0002 03-7151.01-0100 SUPPORTING SOLDIER'S MANUAL TASKS 071-326-0515 SELECT A MOVEMENT ROUTE USING A MAP 071-329-1000 IDENTIFY TOPOGRAPHIC SYMBOLS ON A MILITARY MAP 071-329-1001 IDENTIFY TERRAIN FEATURES ON A MAP 071-329-1002 DETERMINE THE GRID COORDINATES OF A POINT ON A MILITARY MAP 071-329-1003 DETERMINE A MAGNETIC AZIMUTH USING A LENSATIC COMPASS 071-329-1004 DETERMINE THE ELEVATION OF A POINT ON THE GROUND USING A MAP 071-329-1005 DETERMINE A LOCATION ON THE GROUND BY TERRAIN ASSOCIATION 071-329-1006 NAVIGATE FROM ONE POINT ON THE GROUND TO ANOTHER POINT WHILE DISMOUNTED 071-329-1008 MEASURE DISTANCE ON A MAP 071-329-1009 CONVERT AZIMUTHS 071-329-1011 ORIENT A MAP USING A LENSATIC COMPASS 3 4 5 TOTAL

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071-329-1012 071-329-1014 071-329-1015 071-329-1018 071-329-1019 071-331-0815 071-510-0001 071-510-0002 081-831-0101

ORIENT A MAP TO THE GROUND BY MAP TERRAIN ASSOCIATION LOCATE AN UNKNOWN POINT ON A MAP AND ON THE GROUND BY INTERSECTION LOCATE AN UNKNOWN POINT ON A MAP AND ON THE GROUND BY RESECTION DETERMINE DIRECTION WITHOUT A COMPASS USE A MAP OVERLAY PRACTICE NOISE, LIGHT, AND LITTER DISCIPLINE DETERMINE AZIMUTH USING A PROTRACTOR COMPUTE BACK AZIMUTH REQUEST MEDICAL EVACUATION

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