Environmental Statement AR 200-1 delineates TRADOC responsibilities to integrate environmental requirements across DTLOMs and ensure all training

procedures, materials, and doctrine include sound environmental practices and considerations. The Army’s environmental vision is to be a national leader in environmental and natural resource stewardship for present and future generations as an integral part of all Army missions. This CMP/POI meets this standard.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION PAGE

SECTION I. INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................2 A. Purpose ................................................................................................................2 B. Scope....................................................................................................................2 C. Course Structure...................................................................................................2 SECTION II. QUALIFICATIONS AND DUTIES.....................................................................3 A. Instructor..............................................................................................................3 B. Students................................................................................................................4 SECTION III. COURSE SEQUENCE AND MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS ........................6 A. Sequence Of Training Annexes ...........................................................................6 (Major Task Groupings) and Lessons B. Course Map..........................................................................................................7 C. Course Materials ..................................................................................................7 D. Training Facilities ................................................................................................8 E. Instructors/Other Personnel..................................................................................8 SECTION IV. ADMINISTRATION ..........................................................................................9 A. B. C. D. Course Orientation...............................................................................................9 Evaluation Procedures..........................................................................................10 Test Control Procedures.......................................................................................10 Progress Control Records ....................................................................................11

E. Feedback Questionnaire ................................................................................................................14

APPENDIX A - PROGRAM OF INSTRUCTION

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Section I
INTRODUCTION A. Purpose.

This course management plan (CMP) for 88M30 Motor Transport Operator, BNCOC is designed for use by the Total Army School System (TASS) when providing individual training for Total Army Training System (TATS) Instructional Elements. The training program within this plan is compatible with resident instruction by the U.S. Army. Submit questions concerning this CMP or other military occupational specialty (MOS) 88M30 problems to: Commander, U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command Training Directorate ATTN: ATCL-AT Fort Lee, VA 23801-1713 Commercial (804) 734-2871 or AUTOVON 687-2871
B. Scope.

The MOS 88M30 course is designed to enable qualification to members of the Total Force with prior service to the requirements of skill level 3. The course contains the combat critical tasks of this MOS and presents them in a training sequence compatible with available training time in the TATS school environment.
C. Course Structure.

This course presents a series of combat critical tasks for training during the two major training phases, Phase I: Common Leader Training (CLT) (IDT for RC), and Phase II: Technical Training (ADT for RC). Phase I consists of the 85-hour Common Leader Training (CLT). Phase II consists of a 2-week technical training period. Evaluation of task proficiency is determined through annex tests and/or practical exercises. Physical readiness is determined according to Army Regulations 600-9 and 350-41.

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Appear before and successfully pass a local Instructor Certification Board as specified in Memo. Eligible to hold the instructor identifier (ASI 5K for commissioned officer. SGLs. Instructors duties will include. 2. Compliance with current standards for APFT. or SQI H for noncommissioned officer instructors). security clearance and those specified in AR 614-200. 2) Be a subject matter expert competent to teach at a specified level (certified only for specific blocks/lessons). control the duty day from first call to lights out. but are not limited to: a. Certification also requires one of the following: 1) Be a graduate of the course. g.Section II QUALIFICATIONS AND DUTIES A. 3 . Complete training in small group instruction for those personnel assigned to facilitate small group instruction. weight. c. Office of the Chief of Transportation (OCOT). All personnel assigned to the Total Army School System as staff and faculty members must meet the following qualifications according to TRADOC Reg 351-10. 3) Test out to proponent standard 4) Instructor certification requirements other than Military Occupational Specialty Qualification (MOSQ) will not exceed 1 year’s available training time to complete (1 Annual Training (AT) and 12 Inactive Duty Training’s (IDTs). Office of the Chief of Transportation (OCOT) Memo: a. height. SQI 8 for warrant officer. e. 1. Instructor. Complete a TRADOC approved Instructor Training Course. personally or through student leaders. par 4c. MOS/specialty qualification. b. b. d. Cadre should maximize the use of shared training activities to enhance leadership training. Small Group Leaders (SGLs) mentor and counsel students during and after the normal academic day. f.

h. and AR 611201. training and maintaining standards Army-wide. 2. Students. B. executing and assessing training. 4 . Assigned or pending assignment to MOS 88M30 and not have been awarded the MOS. or State Adjutant General. d. BNCOC. conduct after-action reviews (AAR) after each training session when the student performs in performance oriented training or as a student group leader. and PLDC students’ drill and ceremonies. as a minimum.c. An initial period of active duty. Army Reserve Personnel Center (USARPERCEN). and physical training skills. Ensure achievement of training standards. i. with the approval of Commander. j. All students must be: a. Coordinate and properly use and maintain material and equipment (Section III. NCOA cadre will demonstrate and enforce Army standards including the wearing of uniforms and equipment required of students. Training and leadership techniques must set the example for NCO leadership. paragraphs C). Physically qualified and meet the physical standards of AR 600-9. inspections. Be involved personally in planning. 3. Enlisted personnel having a troop-program unit assignment will be attached to the TASS school for training purposes only. U. Cadre will not use demerit or hazing systems. respectively. b. Provide timely input to the school proponent before issuing certificates of training. Cadre will require students to lead AARs as part of leadership training. Continuously evaluate course effectiveness and provide evaluation data and any requirements for course changes to the school proponent. Cadre will. f.S. SGLs will evaluate ANCOC. All students must have completed: a. g. 1. Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) members and enlisted Army National Guard (ARNG) members are also enrolled in an attached status. e.

Weapons and/or other mandatory training prescribed in FORSCOM Reg 350-2.b. A qualifying score in aptitude area OF. Red/green color discrimination. 4. and an Army training and evaluation program (ARTEP). b. A physical profile of 222222. The average Total Force student receiving MOS 88M30 training will have: a. A valid US Government motor vehicle operator’s permit (not due to expire prior to completion of training). e. an applicable Army training program (ATP). 5 . d. A physical demands rating of very heavy. c.

N/A TITLE IDT PHASE-I Common Leader Training (CLT) TRADOC Common Core (TCC) ADT PHASE-II Motor Transport Vehicle Familiarization Vehicle Services Preparation (PMCS) SINCGARS Operation Operate Global Positioning System Supervise Truck Terminal/Trailer Transfer Point Operations Fuel Loading/Transporting/Dispensing HEMTT Crane Operation and Safety Self-Recovery Operations Prepare a Strip Map Perform as a Serial/March Unit Commander Convoy Defense Operations Directing the Crossing of a Contaminated Area Motor Transport Base of Operations Force XXI Split-Base Operations In-Transit Visibility Modularity ANNEX 721-303-05 721-306-22 721-308-07 721-315-07 721-310-04 721-311-08 721-366-10 721-313-10 721-301-03 721-309-04 721-305-06 721-355-05 721-318-09 CAS-003-01 CAS-001-01 CAS-004-01 CAS-002-01 A A A A A A A A B B B B C D D D D 6 . Sequence of Training Annexes (Major Task Groupings) and Lessons. POI FILE NO.Section III COURSE SEQUENCE AND MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS A.

II 721-306-22 Common Leader Training (CLT) 721-308-07 721-315-04 721-310-04 721-311-08 721-366-10 721-313-10 721-301-03 721-309-04 721-305-06 721-355-05 721-318-09 CAS-003-01 CAS-001-01 CAS-004-01 CAS-002-01 C. Materials to be furnished by the service school: 7 .B. Course Map IDT Phase – I 721-303-05 ADT Phase . Course Materials. 1.

8 . Motor Transport Operator. 2. Instructor Materials (lesson plans and vugraph transparencies) are detached as separate documents. etc. A driving range and motor pool is required for some of the hands-on training (see POI Facilities Summary). 1. is authorized for ADT. all equipment listed in the POI Equipment Summary is required to train this course.Warrant Officers 1 . Military End Strength: 0 . Course Management Plan. practical exercises. 88M30 Instructor. 1.a.) are detached as separate documents. Appropriate vehicles used for some of the hands-on training. b. d. It is essential that the TASS school determine the unit’s ability to provide STPs and assist. D. E. c. Training Facilities. 2. Student Materials (classroom materials: assignment sheets. Materials to be obtained by the unit for the student are all applicable soldier training publications (STPs). Program of Instruction (POI).Officers 0 . An E6. 88M30. 3.Enlisted 2. handouts. Motor Transport Operator. Materials to be obtained by the instructor: (see master list of materials and resources). 3. General Instruction Building (classroom) will be provided for most POI file numbers. 88M30. In addition. Instructors/Other Personnel. as required.

1. 5. reviewed.are in the STPs available to each student. (Nonhardware-Oriented). ADT). 2. not simply memorizing answers to questions. This practical exercise includes performance oriented training with Army or Army-associated equipment. PE2. phases of training. Any deviation from the POI must be approved in writing by the proponent. and standards -. Learning by doing requires mastery of simple tasks or subtasks as a basis for performing more complex tasks. Performance measures are used as a training guide to ensure the student learns how to do tasks step by step. There are three categories of a practical exercise: PE1 PE2 (Hardware-Oriented). Upon completion. Refer to the Program of Instruction (POI). All tasks. performed under controlled conditions by the student. The course consists of the common leader training (RC Phase I. Waiver requests signed by TASS school commander must be forwarded in writing.Section IV ADMINISTRATION A. except that involving practice in the use of specific equipment items. Tasks are trained to the conditions and standards outlined in the STP. using techniques not involving practice in the use of specific equipment items. Tasks to be trained by hands-on practical exercises are identified in the POI. A practical exercise is a practical application. This practical exercise includes practical application outside the typical classroom setting. Course Orientation. They must be studied. IDT) and technical training (RC Phase II. conditions. 4. 3. and used as take-home study assignments throughout the course. The POI indicates where each instructional block will be taught. of the actions specified in the lesson objectives. next to each POI file number (PE1. for a complete list of tasks to be trained. the organization of lessons (task groupings).as well as the performance measures for doing them and testing them -. the students must be able to perform the tasks necessary for the skill level 3 proficiency. PE3). This course is performance-oriented and designed to qualify individual students in MOS 88M30. Training is learning by doing. and resources needed for support of the instruction. PE3 9 . This practical exercise encompasses all student performance in a classroom area.

Retesting may be required if the student achieves less than 70 percent (GO ratings) on the first test. The student may be dropped from the course if 70 percent is not achieved on the second test. Retraining and retesting will be a continuous requirement of the instructor to ensure student proficiency. Retesting may be on a case-by-case basis but will occur at times other than the scheduled academic hours. C.6. the instructor must keep track of the student’s ability as basis for integration of refresher training and testing. The final exam represents testing of all of the tasks within each lesson. Evaluation Procedures. An examination book has been developed and will be distributed along with other course materials. will be a requirement for course completion and award of the MOS. Each examination book will include all performance exams. The end-of-course test method is incorporated into the course POI in order to formally test the student on a representative number of the tasks trained during each POI file. Test Control Procedures 10 . to assess and ensure proficiency in MOS 88M30 tasks. Evaluation of course material content will be done on a day-by-day basis. The instructor will maintain formal records as a basis for certifying the student’s successful completion of course requirements and award of the MOS. As the instructor trains the student in the tasks. practical written exams. Formal evaluation. Performance measures of tasks are taken from the STPs. B. 3. Although this evaluation is on an informal task-by-task basis. The instructor instills confidence in the student by having the student demonstrate his ability to perform the task. The course will include the following methods of testing: a. 1. The instructor package will also include all solution sheets needed for scoring the tests. Performance training evaluation. b. and answer sheets for the course. reinforcement of the training is accomplished by using the GO/NO-GO aspect of evaluating the ability to perform the task. 2. Recommendations for changes to course material will be forwarded to proponent for incorporation in course revision. written exams. using feedback questionnaires and student performance results. Progress will be measured by the student’s ability to perform each task to standard as it is trained before going on to the next task or series of tasks. Testing of students. This day-to-day evaluation also provides the instructor with valuable feedback regarding the effectiveness of instructional techniques. Results of testing may identify a need to revise course supporting material. and/or develop instructor qualification to conduct performance-oriented training. This test also depends upon mastery of the skills and knowledges taught during the practical exercises within each POI file. Test material must be regarded as sensitive and handled accordingly. change the method of instruction.

S. as well as to record the end-of-lesson testing results. Army Combined Arms Support Command. Cases of compromise or suspected compromise of any portion of an evaluation instrument will be immediately brought to the attention of Training Director. Use of that instrument will immediately cease and an alternate instrument will be used. TASS Schools will ensure that all evaluation instruments are safeguarded against compromise. Access will be limited to those TASS school personnel and official evaluation personnel with a direct need to know. student responses. The progress control documents should normally be kept in a centralized location and the course manager should enter student completion times/dates as they occur. Progress Control Records. Evaluation instruments will be afforded protection equivalent to that provided material marked “FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY” (AR 340-17). 1. 2. The progress control documents may be locally reproduced. The two progress control documents that the instructor may use to track individual students and their class performance are located at the back of this book. U. 3. 11 .1. D. 2. Instructors must use these forms to track performance during each lesson. The term “evaluation instruments” includes examination questions. and other USATSCH-provided test and administrative materials.

STUDENT PROGRESS CONTROL RECORD MOS STUDENT NAME/RANK UNIT TRAINING LOCATION POI FILE (LESSON) Go No-Go Retest Go Date Remarks Instructions: (All Entries in Ink) 1. Students: Fill out name/rank. 12 . Instructors: Must initial all other blanks as appropriate. NOTE: Sufficient copies of this form for each student and Course Instructor must be reproduced by the Course Instructor. unit & training location. 2.

13 . Course Instructor: Entries must be either G (for Go) or N (for No Go).MASTER STUDENT PROGRESS CONTROL RECORD Lesson Number Student Name Instructions: (all entries in pencil) 1. Change N to G when the student successfully completes the lesson.

What feature(s) of the course did you like least? 5.S. ARMY COMBINED ARMS SUPPORT COMMAND TRAINING DIRECTORATE ATTN: ATCL-AT FORT LEE. please turn in when completed. 3. Which instructional blocks were particularly useful? 2. Your comments will be carefully considered as the lessons are reviewed and revised annually. What suggestions do you have for improving student performance? 14 . VA 23801-1713 Name & Rank Unit Date MOS NOTE: You are not required to enter your name on this sheet. please use the lines provided on the next page in the REMARKS section to answer the questions below. U. Your comments are important.FEEDBACK QUESTIONNAIRE TO: COMMANDER. As a minimum. Which blocks posed problems? Indicate the problems and provide suggestions on how they might be overcome. We would appreciate your comments about the course you have just completed. If additional space is required. however. please comment on the following: 1. What feature(s) of the course did you like best? 4.

6. What types of instructor assistance were most helpful? 7. please indicate how and why? 8. Do you have any suggestions to make this training more useful to future trainees? 9. If you could change one thing about the training. what would you change? REMARKS: TASS SCHOOL INSTRUCTOR 15 . Did the training meet your needs? If it did not.

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Army Combined Arms Support Command Fort Lee. Motor Transport Operator. Army Combined Arms Support Command Fort Lee.APPENDIX A PROGRAM OF INSTRUCTION COURSE NUMBER: COURSE TITLE: COURSE LENGTH: COMMON LEADER TRAINING TRACKED (RC IDT) ADT TOTAL APPROVAL DATE: APPROVING AUTHORITY: June 1997 Commander U. BNCOC (RC) SUPERSESSION INFORMATION: PROPONENT SCHOOL: A-1 . approved 14 September 1986 Commander U. BASIC NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER COURSE. Virginia 23801-1713 085 HOURS 116 HOURS 205 HOURS 551-88M30 MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR. Virginia 23801-1713 This POI supersedes POI 811-88M30.S. BNCOC.S.

fuel loading/transporting. CTIS. AND PMCS. HEMMTT. SECURITY CLEARANCE: None.PREFACE COURSE NUMBER: TITLE: TRAINING LOCATION: MOS: PURPOSE: 551-88M30 MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR. Soldiers must successfully complete CLT before they begin the MOS specific training covered in this BNCOC POI. Supervising convoy operations. characteristics of HMMWV.S. Phase II is training relating specifically to the soldier’s branch or MOS. vehicle chemical detection. 88M30 Motor Transport Operator To train Total Force noncommissioned officers to supervise the duties of a motor vehicle operator of light and heavy military vehicles under varying field conditions and convoy operations. base operations. self-recovery operations. BNCOC Training locations with facilities and equipment available. Army Sergeant’s Major Academy (USASMA). SUSV. M939. Students must have successfully completed PLDC (or equivalent). BASIC NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER COURSE. SCOPE: PREREQUISITES: SPECIAL INFORMATION: A-2 . The 88M30 Course is organized into two distinct but interrelated phases: Phase I Common Leader Training (CLT) is an 85 hour stand alone POI developed by the U. Personnel selected for attendance will be MOS qualified and will be a SGT or SSG with priority given to those SGTs or SSGs serving in an SFC or PSG leadership position. cargo and vehicle shipment.

DATA: COURSE LENGTH CLASS SIZE: MAXIMUM OPTIMUM MINIMUM ACADEMIC HOURS: HOURS BY OTHERS: DEVELOPED: CONDUCTED: TECH (ADT) 120 016 012 008 116 None None Commander. Army Combined Arms Support Command Fort Lee. VA 23801-1713 TRAINING DEVELOPMENT PROPONENT: A-3 .S. U.

POI TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION FRONT MATTER Title Page Preface Table of Contents COURSE SUMMARY ANNEX A: 88M30 Course Introduction ANNEX A: Motor Transport Skills and Knowledges ANNEX B: Convoy Operations ANNEX C: Motor Transport Base of Operations ANNEX D: CSS Leadership Mandatory Training Annex Examination Annex Administrative Annex POI File Index Task and Subject Summary Equipment Summary Facilities Summary Course Lesson Sequence Summary PAGE A-1 A-1 A-2 A-4 A-5 A-7 A-7 A-11 A-13 A-14 A-16 A-17 A-18 A-19 A-20 A-21 A-24 A-25 A-4 .

COURSE SUMMARY COURSE: 551-88M30-RC. the Tass BnSchool’s internal administrative procedures. A-5 . and the student input. BNCOC HOURS ACADEMIC TIME TECH (ADT) IDT ANNEX A: Motor Transport Skills and Knowledges ANNEX B: Convoy Operations ANNEX C: Motor Transport Base of Operations ANNEX D: CSS Leadership Mandatory Training Annex Examination Annex TOTAL TOTAL COURSE HOURS HOURS BY SECURITY CLASSIFICATION UNCLASSIFIED CLASS SIZE: MAXIMUM OPTIMUM MINIMUM 73 18 9 4 000 12 116 116 ALL TECH (ADT) 16 12 08 85 REMARKS: Administrative time will be scheduled based on local requirements. MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR.

COURSE: TRAINING ANNEX A: PURPOSE: 551-88M30.00 Hr/SGI 20. or 35 mm. components. MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR. and application of several Mseries tactical motor vehicles. and application of several M-series tactical motor vehicles. and TSP Nontask-based REFERENCES: POI FILE NO: TITLE: 721-306-22 VEHICLE SERVICES PREPARATION Academic Hours Hrs/Type 2. and properly operating SINCGARS radio and Global Positioning System. understanding HEMTT crane operation and safety. limitations. Viewgraph slide. data. given handouts and class notes on various tactical cargo vehicles.00 Hr/PE1 SCOPE: Prepare vehicle for a scheduled service. BNCOC MOTOR TRANSPORT SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE To provide the student with the knowledge and skills to execute the convoy operation by being familiar with various Army tactical motor vehicles. limitations.73. capabilities. ADT . data. the student will become familiar with the characteristics. In a classroom. loading/transporting/dispensing fuel. components.00 Hr/SGI SCOPE: OBJECTIVE: Familiarization with the characteristics. performing vehicle recovery. A-6 . supervising truck terminal/trailer transfer point operations. preparing vehicles for service.00 Hrs TOTAL HRS: POI FILE NO: TITLE: 721-303-05 MOTOR TRANSPORT VEHICLE FAMILIARIZATION Academic Hours Hrs/Type 5. capabilities.

SOI Nontask-based Academic Hours Hrs/Type 3. and power adapter. Assigned vehicle. BII. given Precision Lightweight GPS Receiver (PLGR). an AN/PRC-119 or an installed AN/VRC-90 SINCGARS radio.00 Hr/SGI 4. KYK-13 with Crypto. and completed DA Form 2404. REFERENCES: Lesson Plan for AN/PSN-11 Precision Lightweight GPS Receiver (PLGR) A-7 . assigned vehicle. BII. technical manual (-10 series). In a classroom. operate the Global Positioning System (GPS). given class notes. and completed DA Form 2404. Nontask-based The PE1 dedicated for this lesson is integrated throughout the course as needed. the student will properly prepare vehicle for a scheduled service by ensuring before. the vehicle is thoroughly cleaned (including undercarriage). Academic Hours Hrs/Type 3. in accordance with TM-5825-291-13. and all documents are completed.00 Hr/PE1 Operate a SINCGARS-V radio in the single channel and substation frequency hopping secure modes. FM 24-18. ECCM fill device with cable and SOI.00 Hr/SGI 4. external antenna cable. cleaning supplies. TM 5820-890-10-1. during. external antenna. technical manual (-10 series).00 Hr/PE1 Operate the Global Positioning System REFERENCES: NOTE: POI FILE NO: TITLE: 721-308-07 SINCGARS OPERATION SCOPE: OBJECTIVE: REFERENCES: POI FILE NO: TITLE: 721-315-07 GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM OPERATION SCOPE: OBJECTIVE: On the equipment.OBJECTIVE: Given classroom instruction. and after PMCSs are performed. the student will operate a SINCGARS-V radio in the single channel and substation frequency hopping secure modes.

the student will demonstrate skills and knowledge required to supervise Truck Terminal/Trailer Transfer Point Operations.00 Hr/SGI 1.50 Hr/PE1 0. given a truck terminal/trailer transfer point operations scenario. Given classroom instructions. FM 10-69.50 Hr/PE2 SCOPE: OBJECTIVE: Supervise truck terminal/trailer transfer point operations.50 Hr/SGI 1. and dispensing of fuel from petroleumtype vehicles. 101-519-2311 REFERENCES: A-8 . FM 10-71. FM 55-30 Task Nos. and tank vehicles with soldiers to perform operations. Vehicle -10s Task Nos. 551-721-3354 REFERENCES: POI FILE NO: TITLE: 721-311-08 FUEL LOADING/TRANSPORTING/DISPENSING Academic Hours Hrs/Type 2. the student will supervise loading. transporting.00 Hr/DM 4.POI FILE NO: TITLE: 721-310-04 SUPERVISE TRUCK TERMINAL/TRAILER TRANSFER POINT OPERATIONS Academic Hours Hrs/Type 2. and dispensing of fuel from petroleum-type vehicles without injuring personnel or damaging the equipment and surrounding area. transporting. In a classroom.50 Hr/TP SCOPE: OBJECTIVE: Supervise loading.

and without injuring personnel. 551-721-3339 REFERENCES: A-9 . equipment. payload. or physical surroundings. TM 9-2320-279-10-1 Task Nos. the student will supervise HEMTT crane operation without damaging the cargo. and personnel. rope.00 Hr/DM 8. snatch block. steel beam. tow chain. additional authorized list (AAL). 551-721-3340 REFERENCES: POI FILE NO: TITLE: 721-313-10 SELF-RECOVERY OPERATIONS Academic Hours Hrs/Type 3. equipment. a mired vehicle with and without winch. a HEMTT with crane. and without injuring personnel. tarpaulin.POI FILE NO: TITLE: 721-366-10 HEMTT CRANE OPERATION AND SAFETY Academic Hours Hrs/Type 1. appropriate manual.00 Hr/CO 1. FM 20-22 Task Nos. and crane operator. timber.00 Hr/SGI 1. basic issue items (BII). the student will supervise vehicle self-recovery and winch operations and recover the vehicle. 551-721-3338. Given classroom instruction. or physical surroundings.00 Hr/PE1 SCOPE: OBJECTIVE: Supervise vehicle self-recovery and winch operations and recover the vehicle.00 Hr/DM 6. Given classroom instruction.00 Hr/PE1 SCOPE: OBJECTIVE: Supervise HEMTT crane operation.

FM 21-26 Task Nos. start point.50 Hr/SGI 1. performing as a serial/march unit commander.g. route reconnaissance report.00 Hr/CO 2. MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR.COURSE: TRAINING ANNEX B: PURPOSE: 551-88M30. route overlay.00 Hr/PE2 SCOPE: Perform as a serial/march unit commander. check. the student will prepare a strip map to include start.).18. bridges. etc. ARNG 55-1. given guidance which includes preparation time. release point. check.00 Hrs TOTAL HRS: POI FILE NO: TITLE: 721-301-03 PREPARE A STRIP MAP Academic Hours Hrs/Type 1. In a classroom. tunnels. and release points and any other critical points. ARTEP 55-158-30-DRILL. FM 21305. and the map covering the route of movement.. FM 21-18. conducting convoy defense operations. A-10 . and release points and any other critical points (e. ADT .50 Hr/PE2 SCOPE: OBJECTIVE: Prepare a strip map to include start. Student will also show the distance between points correctly and label the strip map. 551-721-3359 REFERENCES: POI FILE NO: TITLE: 721-309-04 PERFORM AS A SERIAL/MARCH UNIT COMMANDER Academic Hours Hrs/Type 2. and directing the crossing of a contaminated area. FM 5-36. BNCOC CONVOY OPERATIONS To provide the student with the knowledge and skills to execute convoy operations by preparing a strip map.

551-721-3348 REFERENCES: POI FILE NO: TITLE: 721-305-06 CONVOY DEFENSE OPERATIONS Academic Hours Hrs/Type 3. given an NBC scenario. FM 3-100.OBJECTIVE: In a classroom. the student will demonstrate skills and knowledge required to direct convoy defense operations. or physical surroundings and without injuring personnel. the student will demonstrate skills and knowledge required to direct the crossing of a contaminated area. FM 7-10. FM24-1. 551-721-3350. given a scenario. ARTEP 55-158-30-DRILL. ARTEP 55-158-30-DRILL. the student will demonstrate skills and knowledge required to perform as a serial/march unit commander by enforcing correct communications and driving procedures to prevent damage to vehicles. FM 6-30. strip map. FM 2126. FM 21-305. Academic Hours Hrs/Type 2. AR 55-29. FM 3-4. 571-721-3351 A-11 . topographic map Task Nos. OPORD. FM 55-30.50 Hr/SGI 2. strip map. FM 21-305 Task Nos. and topographic map. FM 7-7. OPORD. In a classroom. ARNG 55-1. personnel. FM 6-20.50 Hr/PE2 SCOPE: OBJECTIVE: Direct convoy defense operations. strip map. and vehicles. equipment. FM55-10 Task Nos. 551-721-3352 REFERENCES: POI FILE NO: TITLE: 721-355-05 DIRECTING THE CROSSING OF A CONTAMINATED AREA Direct the crossing of a contaminated area. given a scenario of a briefing by convoy commander. FM 3-5. FM 21-60. AR 55-162.50 Hr/SGI 2.50 Hr/PE2 SCOPE: OBJECTIVE: REFERENCES: In a classroom.

and defend a base of operations by integrating squad sector into the base defense plan. topographic map.00 Hrs TOTAL HRS: POI FILE NO: TITLE: 721-318-09 MOTOR TRANSPORT BASE OF OPERATIONS Academic Hours Hrs/Type 4.. FM 24-1. Starting in a classroom then at a vehicle training site. strip map Task Nos. and defend a base of operations which will expedite the movement of vehicles into the area and allow an orderly occupation of the area.00 Hr/PE1 SCOPE: Prepare. given an OPORD. and 551-721-3358. 551-721-3357. topographic map. and defending a base of operations. OBJECTIVE: REFERENCES: FM 55-30. implement.COURSE: TRAINING ANNEX C: PURPOSE: 551-88M30. FM 90-14. implement truck company base of operations in accordance with FM 55-30. strip map. A-12 .9. MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR. BNCOC MOTOR TRANSPORT BASE OF OPERATIONS To provide the student with the knowledge and skills to perform the duties of a truck squad leader in a motor transportation unit to include preparing. implementing. advance party personnel. ADT .00 Hr/SGI 5. the student will prepare a base of operations which will expedite the movement of vehicles into the area and allow an orderly occupation of the area.

and stating the three areas of great importance to the future of it. REFERENCES: A-13 . the student will describe split-base operations by defining it. in-transit visibility. ADT . and modularity. explaining why it was established. BNCOC CSS LEADERSHIP To provide the student with knowledge and basic CSS Leadership skills to include Force XXI. MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR. split-base operations.COURSE: TRAINING ANNEX D: PURPOSE: TOTAL HRS: 551-88M30. Training Support Packages This lesson covers basic skills and knowledge and does not have a task associated with it. Training Support Packages This lesson covers basic skills and knowledge and does not have a task associated with it. and benefits of it. Academic Hours Hrs/Type 1. identifying the features. the student will describe the Force XXI concept by defining it. need for. REFERENCES: POI FILE NO: TITLE: SCOPE: OBJECTIVE: CAS-001-01 SPLIT-BASE OPERATIONS Describe split-base operations. naming the primary goals established for it.00 Hr/CO Upon completion of this lesson. Upon completion of this lesson.00 Hr/CO SCOPE: OBJECTIVE: Describe the Force XXI concept.00 Hrs POI FILE NO: TITLE: CAS-003-01 FORCE XXI Academic Hours Hrs/Type 1.4.

describing the hardware/components of it.00 Hr/CO Upon completion of this lesson. and execution. the student will describe modularity and be able to respond rapidly and successfully to a wide range of global uncertainty by defining modularity.00 Hr/CO Upon completion of this lesson. describing its tenets. explaining the approaches to it. the student will describe ITV. Training Support Packages This lesson covers basic skills and knowledge and does not have a task associated with it REFERENCES: POI FILE NO: TITLE: SCOPE: OBJECTIVE: CAS-002-01 MODULARITY Describe modularity. describing how it will interface with current STAMISs. explaining how threat activity affects it. and execution by defining it and explaining its criticality to logistics planning. Academic Hours Hrs/Type 1.POI FILE NO: TITLE: SCOPE: OBJECTIVE: CAS-004-01 IN-TRANSIT VISIBILITY (ITV) Describe ITV. identifying/explaining how the components interrelate. listing the deployment considerations for it. and describing effects on current and future policy. Training Support Packages This lesson covers basic skills and knowledge and does not have a task associated with it REFERENCES: A-14 . its component hardware. its component hardware. and describing leader development. Academic Hours Hrs/Type 1.

MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR. A-15 .COURSE: 551-88M30. INTEGRATED: SUBJECT None NOT INTEGRATED 85 hours of Common Leader Training (CLT) 2. BNCOC MANDATORY TRAINING ANNEX 1.

1:6 E1.0 2.0 721-356/T1 B U E3. BNCOC EXAMINATION ANNEX EVALUATION IDENTIFICATION 721-307/T1 721-316/T1 721-367/T1 ACADEMIC ANNEX A A A SCOPE/POI FILE NO 721-305-05 721-306-22 721-308-07 721-315-07 721-310-04 721-311-08 721-366-10 721-313-10 721-301-03 721-309-04 721-305-06 721-355-05 721-318-09 CAS-003-01 CAS-001-0 CAS-004-01 CAS-002-01 SEC CLASS U U U TYPE OF EXAM E1.0 2.0 2. 1:6 2.0 A-16 . MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR. 1:6 HOURS IDT ADT 2. 1:3 E1. 1:6 2. 1:6 E1.0 TOTAL HOURS 12.COURSE: 551-88M30.0 721-319/T1 CAS-005/T1 C D U U E1.

A-17 .COURSE: 551-88M30. MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR. BNCOC EXAMINATION ANNEX Each TASS battalion must assess requirements for administrative time based on student input.

BNCOC POI FILE INDEX POI FILE NO N/A TITLE IDT PHASE-I Common Leader Training (CLT) TRADOC Common Core (TCC) ADT PHASE-II Motor Transport Vehicle Familiarization Vehicle Services Preparation (PMCS) SINCGARS Operation Global Positioning System Operation Supervise Truck Terminal/Trailer Transfer Point Operations Fuel Loading/Transporting/Dispensing HEMTT Crane Operation and Safety Self-Recovery Operations Prepare a Strip Map Perform as a Serial/March Unit Commander Convoy Defense Operations Directing the Crossing of a Contaminated Area Motor Transport Base of Operations Force XXI Split-Base Operations In-Transit Visibility (ITV) Modularity ANNEX PAGE N/A 721-303-05 721-306-22 721-308-07 721-315-07 721-310-04 721-311-08 721-366-10 721-313-10 721-301-03 721-309-04 721-305-06 721-355-05 721-318-09 CAS-003-01 CAS-001-01 CAS-004-01 CAS-002-01 A A A A A A A A B B B B C D D D D A-7 A-7 A-8 A-8 A-9 A-9 A-10 A-10 A-11 A-11 A-12 A-12 A-13 A-14 A-14 A-15 A-15 A-18 .COURSE: 551-88M3 MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR.

COURSE: 551-88M3. BNCOC TASK AND SUBJECT SUMMARY PROPONENT APPROVED TASKS TASK NUMBER TITLE 551-721-3338 Supervise Personnel Performing Vehicle Recovery Supervise Winch Operation Supervise Crane Operation on an M977/M985 HEMTT Supervise Truck Terminal/Trailer Transfer Point Operations Supervise Operator Loading and Dispensing of Fuel from Assigned Vehicle Perform Duties as Serial/March Unit Commander Prepare a Strip Map Conduct a Convoy in an NBC Environment Supervise Vehicle Decontamination Direct Convoy Defense Operations Implement Truck Company Base of Operation Plan Conduct a Fire for Effect Mission Request Close Air Support (CAS) Force XXI Split-Base Operations In-Transit Visibility (ITV) Modularity A-19 POI FILE NUMBER 721-313-10 REMARKS PHASE ADT 551-721-3339 551-721-3340 721-313-10 721-366-10 ADT ADT 551-721-3354 721-310-04 ADT 101-519-2311 721-311-08 ADT 551-721-3348 721-309-04 ADT 551-721-3359 551-721-3350 721-301-03 721-355-05 ADT ADT 551-721-3351 721-355-05 ADT 551-721-3352 551-721-3358 721-305-06 721-318-09 ADT ADT 061-283-1015 061-284-3030 N/A N/A N/A N/A 721-305-06 721-305-06 CAS-003-01 CAS-001-01 CAS-004-01 CAS-002-01 ADT ADT ADT ADT ADT ADT . MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR.

5000 Gal. Tank. M16A1/A2 S10059/2330-010505632 Semitrailer.COURSE: 551-88M30. Self Load/Unload M967 w/Equipment S70027/2330-00-1226779 Semitrailer. 22 1/2 Ton S3372/2330-01-0505634 Semitrailer. Protective M17A1 & M40 R94977/1005-00-0739421 Rifle. MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR. BNCOC EQUIPMENT SUMMARY NSN/LSN M11895/4240-00-5474451 & 4240-01-2580061 Mask. Flatbed/BreakBulk/Container Transporter. M871. M969 ANNEX B PFN NO 721-355-05 QTY REQ 12 AVERAGE CRITICAL RATIO 1:1 YES PHASE ADT B 721-309-04 12 1:1 YES ADT A 721-311-08 2 1:6 YES ADT A B 3 721-309-04 1:4 YES ADT A 721-311-08 2 1:6 YES ADT A-20 . 5000 Gal. Tank. Bulk Haul.

Cargo/Troop Carrier. Drop Side M925 w/Winch. 6x4. 5 Ton 6x6. Tow X40931/2320-01-0478769 Truck. M1038 HMMWV w/Winch. Line Haul. 5 Ton. 14 Ton. Utility. Tactical. Cargo. M915A1 T61562/2320-01-1077156 Truck. 1 1/4 Ton. 4x4. 8x8. Tractor. 6x6. M932A2 w/Winch. w/Equipment W69528/4910-00-4337094 Automotive Bar. Tractor. w/Equipment X59463/2320-01-2300303 Truck. Cargo. w/LT Crane T61103/2320-01-0284395 Truck.NSN/LSN T39518/2320-010970260 Truck. Heavy Expanded Mobility M977 w/Winch. w/Equipment ANNEX B A A PFN NO 721-309-04 721-311-08 721-313-10 QTY REQ 6 AVERAGE CRITICAL RATIO 1:2 YES PHASE ADT B A 721-309-04 721-311-08 2 1:2 YES ADT B A A 721-309-04 721-311-08 721-313-10 3 1:4 YES ADT A 721-313-10 3 1:4 YES ADT B A A 721-309-04 721-311-08 721-313-10 4 1:3 YES ADT B A A 721-309-04 721-311-08 721-313-10 2 1:6 YES ADT A-21 .

NSN/LSN PRC-119 or VRC-90 (SINCGARS) ECCM Fill device with cable power source GPS ANNEX A PFN NO 721-308-07 QTY REQ 7 AVERAGE CRITICAL RATIO 1:2 YES PHASE ADT A 721-308-07 7 1:2 YES ADT A 721-315-07 3 1:4 YES ADT A-22 .

0 5.0 1.0 4.0 5.0 2.0 4.0 1.0 3. 40PN) ANNEX B A B A A B A A A A C B A D D D D B A A A A A C A PFN NO 721-301-03 721-303-05 721-305-06 721-306-22 721-308-07 721-309-04 721-310-04 721-311-08 721-313-10 721-315-07 721-318-09 721-355-05 721-366-10 CAS-001-01 CAS-002-01 CAS-003-01 CAS-004-01 721-309-04 721-313-10 721-366-10 721-306-20 721-308-07 721-311-08 721-318-09 721-366-10 UNIT OF MEASURE CODE SF HOURS 3.0 2. MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR.0 5.0 6.0 20.0 PHASE ADT 851-90 Driver Training Area (12 Miles) 852-10 Vehicle Parking area (6.0 6.0 1.0 4.0 3. BNCOC FACILITIES SUMMARY CATEGORY CODE 171-20 Classroom.000 SY) EA ADT SY ADT A-23 .0 1.0 3.000 SF.0 4.0 4.0 7.0 1.0 9.COURSE: 551-88M30.0 1. General Purpose (5.

BNCOC COURSE LESSON SEQUENCE SUMMARY DAY 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 8 8 8 9 9 9 10 10 10 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 TITLE Motor Transport Vehicle Familiarization Vehicle Services Preparation (PMCS) MOTOR TRANSPORT SERVICE TEST Vehicle Services Preparation (PMCS) SINCGARS-V GPS SINCGARS/GPS TEST Trailer Transfer Point Operations Fuel Loading/Transporting/Dispensing Vehicle Services Preparation (PMCS) Fuel Loading /Transporting/Dispensing Vehicle Services Preparation (PMCS) Fuel Loading /Transporting/Dispensing Vehicle Services Preparation (PMCS) HEMTT Crane Operations and Safety Vehicle Services Preparation (PMCS) HEMTT Crane Operations and Safety Self Recovery Operations Vehicle Services Preparation (PMCS) Self Recovery Operations EQUIPMENT OPERATIONS AND RECOVERY TEST Prepare a Strip Map Perform as a Serial March Unit Commander Convoy Defense Operations Convoy Defense Operations Direct the Crossing of a Contaminated Area CONVOY OPERATIONS TEST Motor Transport Base of Operations BASE OF OPERATIONS TEST Force XXI Split-Base Operations In-Transit Visibility Modularity FORCE XXI/MODULARITY/ITV/SPLIT-BASE TEST Vehicle Services Preparation (PMCS) A-24 PFN 721-303-05/5 721-306-22/4 721-307/T1 721-306-22/1 721-308-07/7 721-315-07/7 721-316/T1 721-310-04/4 721-311-08/2 721-306-22/2 721-311-08/1 721-306-22/3 721-311-08/5 721-306-22/3 721-366-10/6 721-306-22/2 721-366-10/4 721-313-10/4 721-306-22/2 721-313-10/6 721-367/T1 721-301-03/3 721-309-04/4 721-305-06/2 721-305-06/4 721-355-05/5 721-356/T1 721-318-09/9 721-319/T1 CAS-003-01 CAS-001-01 CAS-004-01 CAS-002-01 CAS-005/T1 721-306-22/5 .COURSE: 551-88M30. MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR.

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