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SOLDIER 'S MANUAL
AND
TRAINER 'S GUIDE

PERSHING MISSILE
CREW MEMBER Pll
MOS 15E
SKILL LEVELS 2 / 3 / 4

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D I S T R I B UT ION R ESTR I C T I ON T h i s
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only D1stnbut1on is li mited to US government
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government for release of th is pubhca11on under
the Freedom of Information Act or the Foreign
Military Sa les Program must be made to HQ
TRADOC, Ft Monroe. VA 23561 5200

HEADQUARTERS
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
FEBRUARY 1986

*STP 6-15E24-SM-TG
SOLDIER TRAINING PUBLICATION
Number 6-15E24-SM-TG

HEADQUARTERS
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
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Washington, DC, 11 February 1986

SOLDIER'S MANUAL
AND
TRAINER Is GUIDE
MOS 15E
PERSHING MISSILE CREW MEMBER PH

SKILL LEVELS 2/3/4
PREFACE
This publication is for Skill Levels {SLs) 2, 3, and 4 soldiers holding
MOS 15E and their trainer/first-line supervisor.
It contains
standardized training objectives, in the fonn of task summaries, which
can be used to train and evaluate soldiers on critical tasks that support
unit missions during wartime. Soldiers holding the MOS/SL 15E2/3/4
should have access to this publication. It should be made available in
the soldier's work area, in the unit learning center, and in unit
libraries. Trainers and first-line supervisors should actively plan for
soldiers to have access to this publication. However, it is not intended
that an individual copy be available for each soldier holding the MOS/SL.
Reserve Components {Army National Guard and Army Reserve).
soldier's manual does not apply to the Reserve Components.

This

Users of this publication are encouraged to recommend changes and submit
comments for its improvement. Comments should be keyed to the specific
page, paragraph, and line of the text in which the change is recommended.
Reasons will be provided for each comment to ensure understanding and
complete evaluation. Conunents should be prepared on DA Fonn 2028
(Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Fonns) and forwarded to
Commandant, US Army Field Artillery School, ATTN: ATSF-DI, Fort Sill,
Oklahoma 73503-5600.
*This publication supersedes STP 6-15E24-SM-TG, 30 August 1984

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COMMANDA .T'S MESSAGE
This soldier's manual has been l~esigned for use by both you and your
trainer. It is available to all soldiers, MOS 15E, Skill Level 2/3/4,
and to the officers and NCOs in yout chain of command.
Your soldier's manual identifies the MOS and shared tasks in which you
must be proficient to be MOS qualified. The soldier's manuals of common
tasks (SMCT), STP 21-1-SMCT {Skill Level 1) and STP 21-24-SMCT {Skill
Levels 2, 3, and 4), contain conunon tasks that all soldiers should be
able to perfonn. If you master the tasks in this manual and those in the
SMCT, you should progress readily to positions of higher responsibility.
Most important, the knowledge you gain from these manuals will help you
gain the skills necessary to fight successfully and to survive on the
modern battlefield.
The format of this manual has been modified to help you and your trainer
plan, conduct, and evaluate individual training. In addition to the
conditions and standards for each task at your skill level, this manual
contains an MOS training plan for all skill levels. This eliminates
the need for a separate trainer's guide. The evaluation guides in this
and the Skill Level 1 manual give all trainers a way to ensure that
evaluation is always an integral part of training. The application of
this valuable diagnostic tool is limited only by imagination and
initiative. I encourage each of you to make full use of these manuals to
enhance the benefits of your individual training program and to increase
the combat effectiveness of your unit.
I am sincerely interested in your comments concerning the design of this
manual. To help you voice your opinions, a· questionnaire is furnished at
the end of ~he manual. It will help us respond to your ideas. Your
response assumes even greater importance, since the revision of the skill
qualification test (SQT) program eliminates the reporting of unitconducted hand-on evaluation.
Please take the time and effort to
complete the questionnaire and provide. us with timely and useful
feedback. You have my assurance that we wil 1 carefully consider your
input.
Good luck and thank you for working with us in producing material that
will help train soldiers to be battle ready.
This publication was prepared by the US Army Field Artillery School.

GENE S. KORP
Major General, USA
Commandant
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STP 6-15E24-SM-TG
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
CHAPTER 1.

CHAPTER 2.

GENERAL
1-1. INTRODUCTION

1-1

1-2. COMMANDER'S RESPONSIBILITIES

1-2

1-3. TRAINER'S RESPONSIBILITIES

1-2

1-4. SOLDIER'S RESPONSIBILITIES

1-3

1-5. TRAINING TIPS FOR THE TRAINER

1-4

1-6. EVALUATION GU IDE

1-6

1-7. TRAINING SUPPORT

1-7

1-8. FIELD-EXPEDIENT SQUAD BOOK

1-7

1-9. ENLISTED PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

1-7

1-10. PROMOTION

1-11

1-11. SKILL QUALIFICATION TEST

1-11

1-12. PREPARATION FOR THE SQT

1-12

1-13. USING THE SOLDIER'S MANUAL

1-12

1-14. STUDY REFERENCES

1-12

1-15. COMMENTS

1-12

MOS TRAINING PLAN (MTP)

2-1

2-1.

INTRODUCTION

2-1

2-2.

PART I

2-1

2-3.

PART II

2-1

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CHAPTER 3.

MOS TASKS
Skill Level 2
Subject Area 9:
061-304-2000
061-304-2001
061-304-2002

Direct Missile Assembly/
Disassembly Operations

Direct Preparation of Missile
Section for Missile Assembly
Direct Positioning of Equipment for
Missile Assembly/Disassembly
Direct Missile Assembly/Disassembly
Operations

3-1
3-3
3-4

Subject Area 10: Direct Emplacement, Countdown,
and Postfire Operations
061-304-2102
061-304-2105
061-304-2107
061-304-2108
061-304-2109

Direct Erector-Launcher (EL)
Evacuation With Missile
Direct Erector-Launcher (EL)
Evacuation After Missile Firing
Direct a Standard/Confidence Count
Direct a Quick Count
Direct Actions in the Event of a
Countdown Malfunction Prior to
Automatic Launch Sequence

3-6
3-7
3-8
3-9
3-10

Subject Area 11: Special Weapons Related Tasks
061-304-2300
061-304-2303
061-304-2304

Direct Warhead Section (WS) Mating/
Demating
Prepare/Use Nuclear Weapons Fonns
Direct Destruction of Missile Body
Sections and Missile Equipment to
Prevent Enemy Use
Skill Level

3-11
3-12
3-13

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Subject Area 12: Supervise Emplacement,
Countdown, and Postfire
Operations
061-304-3105
061-304-3106
071-326-5805

Direct Occupation of Firing Platoon
Position by Advance Party
Direct Occupation of Firing Platoon
Position by Main Body
Plan and Conduct a Route
Reconnaissance

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3-15
3-16
3-17

Skill Level 4
Subject Area 13:
061-304-4100
061-304-4101

Platoon Organization/
Operation

Conduct Firing Platoon Occupation
of a Field Firing Site
Select a Firing Platoon Position

3-29
3-30

Subject Area 14: Direct Platoon Organization/
Operation
061-304-4102
CHAPTER 4.

Plan the Organization of the Advance
Party

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DUTY POSITION SPECIFIC TASKS
Skill Level 2
Subject Area 15:
*061-304-9200
061-305-1102
061-305-1103

Platoon Control
Central (PCC) Crew
Member Duties/Shared Tasks

Copy, Decode, and Authenticate
Emergency Action Message
Operate the Platoon Control Central
(PCC) Chemical/Biological (CB)
Equipment
Operate Remote Launch Control
Unit (RLCU)/Monitor Status Display
Panel During a Countdown

4-1
4-2
4-3

Skill Level 3
Subject Area 16: Platoon Control Central
(PCC) Operations
061-304-3701
113-571-1003

Operate the Launch Window Panel
Establish, Enter, or Leave a Radio
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4-6

Skill Level 4
Subject Area 17: Reference Scene Generation
Facility (RSGF)
061-304-3600

Emplace the Reference Scene
Generation Facility (RSGF)

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061-304-3602
061-304-3603
061-304-3604
061-304-3605
061-304-3606
061-304-3607
061-304-3608
061-304-3609
061-304-3610

061-304-3611

061-304-3612

061-304-3613
061-304-3614
061-304-3618
061-304-3619
061-304-3620

Power Up the Reference Scene
Generation Facility (RSGF)
Perform the Reference Scene
Generation Facility (RSGF)
System Readiness Test
Generate a Reference Scene
Perform Reference Scene Generation
Facility (RSGF) Library Functions
Perfonn Reference Scene Generation
Facility (RSGF) Records Management
Perform Reference Scene Generation
Facility (RSGF) Declassify Function
Prepare the Reference Scene Generation
Facility (RSGF) for Travel
Power Down the Reference Scene
Generation Facility (RSGF)
Perfonn Preventive Maintenance
Checks and Services (PMCS) on
the Reference Scene Generation
Facility (RSGF}
Perform Organizational Troubleshooting on the Reference Scene
Generation Facility (RSGF)
Using Fault Symptom Index
Procedures
Perfonn Organizational Troubleshooting on the Reference Scene
Generation Facility (RSGF) Using
Operational Error Messages
Perfonn Organizational Maintenance
on the Reference Scene Generation
Facility (RSGF)
Perform Service Upon Receipt (SUR)
on the Reference Scene Generation
Faci 1i ty ( RSGF)
Run Reference Scene Generation
Facility (RSGF) Diagnostics
Operate the Reference Scene
Generation Facility (RSGF) Chemical
Biological (CB) Equipment
Perform Organizational Maintenance on
the Reference Scene Generation Facility
(RSGF) Shelter

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4-12
4-13
4-14
4-15
4-16
4-17
4-18

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4-22
4-23
4-25
4-26
4-27
4-28

APPENDIX A ANSWERS FOR SELF-EVALUATION FOR TASK 071-326-5805

A-1

APPENDIX B PROPONENT SCHOOL/AGENCY CODES

B-1

APPENDIX C DA FORM 5164-R, HANDS-ON EVALUATION INSTRUCTIONS
TO THE TRAINER

C-1

APPENDIX D DA FORM 5165-R, FIELD-EXPEDIENT SQUAD BOOK
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE TRAINER

D-1

GLOSSARY

Glossary-1

REFERENCES

References-1

QUESTIONNAIRE

Questionnaire-1

*This task was deemed combat critical by the USAFAS task site selection
board. However, because of the classification of this task, a soldier's
manual task summary and evaluation guide cannot be published in an
unclassified training document.

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CHAPTER 1
GENERAL
1-1.

INTRODUCTION

a.
This manual identifies the individual MOS training requirement
for soldiers in MOS 15E. It is designed to be used by conunanders,
trainers, and soldiers to plan, conduct, and evaluate individual training
in units. This manual is the primary reference to support that portion of
the individual training evaluation program {ITEP) which requires
commanders to routinely evaluate a soldier's ability to perform MOSspecific tasks critical to the unit mission. AR 350-37 describes the
individual training evaluation program in detail.
b.
The information necessary for planning training requirements
for this MOS is in the MOS training plan {MTP) in Chapter 2. The MTP--

{l)

Identifies

subject

(2)

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the

{3)

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critical

tasks for each subject area.

task.

(5) Recommends
sustain proficiency.

{6)

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tasks.

each task should be trained to

Reconunends a strategy for cross-training soldiers.

(7) Recommends a strategy for training soldiers to perfonn
higher level tasks.

c.
The task summaries contain information necessary to conduct
training and to evaluate soldier proficiency on tasks critical to the
MOS. A separate task summary is provided for each critical task. These
task summaries are standardized training objectives which ensure that
soldiers do not have to relearn a task on reassignment to a new unit.
Note. Critical tasks for soldiers in Skill Levels 2 through 4 are in
Chapters 3 and 4 of this manual. Critical tasks for Skill Level 1 are
in a separate soldier training publication.

1-1

d.
This manual should be used with the soldier's manuals of common
tasks (STP 21-1-SMCT and STP 21-24-SMCT), Anny training and evaluation
programs (ARTEPs), and the Army training doctrine manuals (FM 25-1
through FM 25-5) to establish effective training plans and programs which
integrate individual and collective tasks.
1-2.

COMMANDER'S RESPONSIBILITIES

Each commander must ensure that the unit training plan prepares the unit
for war by enabling soldiers to develop and sustain proficiency in the
tasks for their MOS and skill level. The commander should design the
unit training plan to provide individual training for all soldiers
assigned to the unit and to routinely evaluate soldier proficiency as
part of the ITEP. The unit training plan also should integrate
individual training with crew drills and other collective training. The
MTP in Chapter 2 provides infonnation on which to base integration,
cross-train, train-up, and sustainment training programs. It should be
used by commanders in developing unit training plans. For the proper
development of an effective unit training plan, the following six-step
cycle is recommended:
a.

Set objectives.

b.
Plan resources such as personnel, time, funds, facilities,~­
devices, and training aids.

1-3.

c.

Train the trainer.

d.

Provide resources.

e.

Conduct training.

f.

Evaluate soldier perfonnance.

TRAINER'S RESPONSIBILITIES

a.
leaders
trainers
lead the

Training is the business of all unit leaders. The first-line
{normally the Skill Levels 2 and 3 NCOs) are the principal
in the unit, because they directly supervise the soldiers and
crews, squads, sections, or teams.

b.
The MTP can be used to identify the critical tasks for which
all soldiers are responsible. Soldiers should be told which tasks they
must be able to perform. The trainer should evaluate task performance to
find out which tasks the soldiers can or cannot perfonn to standards.
Soldiers who cannot perform a task to standard need further training.
This manual helps the trainer do what trainers get paid to do--train. To
train effectively, the trainer must--

1-2

(1) Plan the training. Training for specific tasks usually can be
integrated into or conducted concurrently with other training or during
slack periods. The unit ARTEP can help identify individual tasks which
can be trained and evaluated concurrently with collective task training
and evaluation.
(2) Gather the training references and materials. These items are
listed in the reference column of the MTP (Chapter 2) for each task to be
trained.
(3) Train each soldier. Show the soldier how the task is done to
standard, and explain how the task is done step by step. Give each
soldier at least one chance to do the task step by step.
(4) Check each soldier. Evaluate how well each soldier perfonns
the tasks in this manual. This may be done during individual training
sessions or during evaluation of individual proficiency in the conduct of
unit collective tasks. An evaluation guide has been provided for each
task in this manual to enhance the trainer's ability to conduct
year-round, hands-on evaluations of tasks critical to the unit mission.
The MTP contains infonnation that can be used as a guide to detennine how
often soldiers should be checked out on each task to ensure that they
sustain proficiency.
(5) Record the results. Record the GO/NO-GO results in the
soldier's individual job book or on DA Form 5165-R (Field-Expedient Squad
Book) (Appendix D). On permanent change of station (PCS), ensure that
this information is current and is recorded in the soldier's individual
job book for forwarding to the gaining unit. A copy of DA Form 5164-R
(Hands-On Evaluation) is provided in Appendix C in case the trainer wants
to keep a record of the performance steps the soldier passes or fails.
This fonn can be an important tool for recording results from the
commander's evaluation part of the ITEP.
(6) Retrain and reevaluate. Work with each soldier until the task
can be performed to specific SM standards.
1-4. SOLDIER'S RESPONSIBILITIES
a. All soldiers must be able to perform all tasks required by
their jobs. They share the responsibility with the trainer to maintain
their skills. The MTP indicates which tasks soldiers in different jobs
and skill levels are required to perform. Soldiers must be able to
perform all common tasks, at their current skill level and below, listed
in STP 21-1-SMCT and STP 21-24-SMCT. To help the soldiers maintain task
proficiency, each task is written so that it states--

1-3

(1) Where and when the task should be perfonned and what equipment
is needed (conditions statement).
(2)

How wel 1 the task must be perfonned (standards statement).

(3) Which references describe step by step how the task should be
performed (reference section).
b. Each task contains an evaluation guide (training/evaluation
section) which is used to detennine if a soldier can perfonn the
task. Periodically, soldiers should ask their supervisors or another
soldier to check them out to ensure that they can perfonn the task. It
is the soldier's responsibility to ask the first-line supervisor for
clarification if they are uncertain about how to do a task or about
which tasks in this manual they must be able to perform. The first1ine supervisor knows how to perfonn each task or can direct the soldiers
to the appropriate training materials. These include field manuals,
technical manuals, and training extension courses (TEC). It is the
soldiers' responsibility to use these materials to maintain proficiency.
c. Another important training resource is the Anny correspondence
course program. Soldiers should refer to DA Pamphlet 351-20, The Anny
Correspondence Course Program Catalog, for infonnation on enrolling in
this program and for a list of courses or write to:
~,
Chief
Institute for Professional Development
US Anny Training Support Center
ATTN: ATIC-ETI-SS
Newport News, VA 23628
1-5. TRAINING TIPS FOR THE TRAINER
a.

Prepare yourself.

(1) Get training guidance from your chain of command on when
training must take place, on what tasks the soldiers should be trained,
and on the availability of resources and a training site.
(2) Get the training objective (that is, task, conditions, and
standards) from the task summary in this manual.
(3) Make sure you can do the task. Re.view the task summary
and references listed in the reference section. Practice doing the task,
or, if necessary, have someone train you on the task.

1-4

(4) Choose a training method. Some tasks provide recommended
training methods in the feedback section of the task summary.
(5) Prepare a training outline consisting of infonnal notes on
what you want to cover during your training session.
(6)

b.

Practice your training presentation.

Prepare the resources.

(1) Get required resources as identified in the conditions
statement for each task.

(2)

Gather equipment and ensure that it is operational.

(3)

Coordinate for use of training aids and devices.

(4) Prepare the training site according to the conditions
statement and the evaluation preparation section of the task summary.
c.

Prepare the soldiers to be trained.

( 1) Tell the sol die rs what tasks they must do and how well
they must do them. Get this infonnation from the standards statement and
evaluation preparation section for each task.
(2)

Caution the soldiers on safety and security.

(3) Provide any necessary training on basic skills that
soldiers must have before they can be trained on the task.
(4) Pretest all soldiers to detennine the areas of the task in
which they need training by having them perform the task. Use the
evaluation guide in each task summary and DA Form 5164-R to make this
determination.

d.

Train the soldiers who failed the pretest.

(1) Demonstrate how to do the task or the specific perfonnance
steps failed to those soldiers who could not perform to SM standards.
Have the soldiers study the appropriate training materials.
(2) Have the soldiers practice the task until they can do it
to SM standards.

e. Record the results in the soldier's individual job book or in
the field-expedient squad book (Appendix D).

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Note. Refer to Task 874-896-2010, Prepare to Conduct Training, and Task
874-896-2020, Conduct Training, for more detailed information. These
tasks are located in STP 21-24-SMCT, Soldier's Manual of Common Tasks,
Skill Levels 2, 3, and 4.
1-6.

EVALUATION GUIDE

a.
Evaluation guides for task summaries have been included in this
manual.
The trainer may use these evaluation guides year-round to
determine if soldiers can perform the critical tasks to SM standards.
Each evaluation guide contains one or more perfonnance steps that
identify what the trainer must observe to score a soldier's performance.
Each step is clearly identified by a P (for pass) and an F (for fail)
under the Results column on each evaluation guide. For some tasks, the
trainer must watch as the soldier performs the task (evaluating process).
For other tasks, the trainer can focus on the product that results from
the perfonnance of the task.
Note. These evaluation guides are provided to help the trainers evaluate
soldier proficiency throughout the year in support of the individual
training evaluation program. Written entries should not be made on these
evaluation guides to record soldier performance. If trainers want to
keep a record of the performance steps a soldier passes or fails, they
should use DA Form 5164-R in Appendix C of this manual. This fonn
applies to all tasks in this manual and may be reproduced locally. At
the time local reproduction is requested, trainers may have DA Fonn
5164-R overprinted with information unique to their local training
requirements. Instructions for using this fonn also are in Appendix C.
b.
The following are some general
evaluation guide to evaluate soldiers:

instructions on using

the

(1) Review the guide to become familiar with the tasks on
which the soldier will be scored.
(2) Detennine if the soldiers must be watched while they are
performing the task (process) or if the trainer can focus on the product
that results from the performance of the task.

Note.
If the soldiers must be watched while they are performing the
task, only one soldier should be evaluated at a time. However, if only
the results of the task performance is scored (for example, determination
of grid coordinates and identification of terrain features), a group of
soldiers can be evaluated at the same time.

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(3) Prepare the test site according to the conditions section
of the task summary. Some tasks contain special evaluation preparation
instructions. These instructions tell the trainers what modifications
must be made to the job conditions to enable them to evaluate the task.
Note. After each soldier has been tested, restore the test site to the
OrTQinal setup requirements to ensure that all soldiers are tested under
the same conditons.
(4)
If the evaluation preparation section has special
instructions to the soldier, give these instructions to each soldier
before testing.

(5) Score each soldier only according to the performance steps
and standard in each evaluation guide.

(6) Record the date in the DATE block and check the appropriate GO or NO GO block in the individual soldier's job book and on the
field-expedient squad book (DA Form 5165-R) if it is used.

1-7.

TRAINING SUPPORT

Reference materials have been identified for each task to help plan and
conduct training. A list of all training references required to train
the tasks is at the end of this manual. These references are listed by
type, identification number, and title.

1-8.

FIELD-EXPEDIENT SQUAD BOOK

A trainer can monitor the progress of each soldier by using DA Form
5165-R (Appendix D). This form has been designed specifically to be used
by the trainer to informally record training results gathered in the
field during slack time. Information recorded on DA Form 5165-R should
be transferred to the soldier's individual job book when the trainer
returns from the field. DA Form 5165-R may be locally reproduced. See
Appendix D for instructions on how to use this form.
1-9.

ENLISTED PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

The enlisted personnel management system (EPMS) is a combination of
policies pertaining to training, evaluation, classification, and promotion. It is designed to increase the professional ism of the enlisted
force. It also provides the means for the soldiers to look to the future
and see a clear and realistic career progression path from private to
sergeant major. By understanding the programs that make up EPMS and by
planning for professional development, soldiers can progress through a
challenging and rewarding Anny career. Their progress, however, will
depend on the extent to which they use the system and how well they
perform.
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Grade

MOS

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Missile Crew Member
Operations Assistant

2

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Assistant Chief of Section/
EL Driver
Operations Specialist
Operations Assistant/
Specialist
Ammunition Section Chief
Ammunition Team Leader

3

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15E30

Operations Sergeant
Chief of Section

4

E7

15E40

Platoon Sergeant
RSGF Operator
Operations Sergeant
Assistant Operations
Sergeant
Employment NCO
Liaison Sergeant

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USASMA--United States Army Sergeants Major Academy
lSGA--First Sergeant Academy
ANCOC--Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course
BNCOC--Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course
PLDC--Primary Leadership Development Course
OSUT--One-Station Unit Training

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LANCE/HJ
OPNS/FD
SPECIALIST

~ LINE OF NORMAL PROGRESSION.

e

APPROVED SERVICE SCHOOL PROGRAM OF INSTRUCTION.
REFER TO DA PAM 351-4 FOR COURSE INFORMATION AND
TO APPROPRIATE CLASS SCHEDULE FOR AVAILABILITY
OF CLASSES.

8

TRAINING CENTER COURSE AVAILABLE.

EXTRACT FROM
AR 611-201

1-10

1-10.

PROMOTION

The Army is anxious to promote soldiers who perform well at their skill
levels. That is why you are tested at your present skill level. Other
promotion requirements are established by AR 600-200. Follow the steps
to promotion listed below.

1-11.

STEP 1:

LEARN THE TASKS IN THIS MANUAL FOR YOUR SKILL LEVEL AND
THE TASKS IN THE SOLDIER'S MANUALS OF COMMON TASKS
(STP 21-1-SMCT, SKILL LEVEL 1, AND STP 21-24-SMCT, SKILL
LEVELS 2/3/4).

STEP 2:

TAKE AND PASS THE MOS SQT. If you make a passing score,
you will have verified your skill level.

STEP 3:

ATTEND SCHOOL.
The chart on page 1-9 of this manual
shows the career development schools available for a
soldier in MOS 15E.

STEP 4:

RECEIVE AN ENLISTED EVALUATION REPORT (EER). In the EER,
your supervisor will rate you on how well you do your job
in the unit.

STEP 5:

FOR SKILL LEVEL 2, BE RECOMMENDED FOR PROMOTION.
The
recommendation starts with your immediate supervisor. He
will evaluate your work and recommend you to the commander
when he feels you are ready. Your commander will ensure
that you meet the time-in-service and time-in-grade requirements established by AR 600-200 before recommending
The promotion board will
you to a promotion board.
compare you with other soldiers at your skill level and
will recommend those who are best qualified.

STEP 6:

FOR SKILL LEVELS 3 AND 4, BE SELECTED FOR PROMOTION BY
THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PROMOTION BOARD.

SKILL QUALIFICATION TEST

a.
The MOS SQT is a written test designed to help detennine if
you are qualified in your present skill level. The written test consists
of a series of task tests packaged together into a test booklet with a
minimum of three questions per task.
As a skill level 2, 3, or 4
soldier, you wil 1 take the appropriate SQT for your skill level. In
addition to the SQT, you will take a common task test (CTT). The CTT
contains hands-on task tests and backup written tests for tasks selected
from the soldier's manual of common tasks.

1-11

b. Before administration of the SQT, you will receive an SQT
notice. The notice is a 1ist of tasks identified by title and number.
You will be tested on approximately two-thirds of the tasks listed in the
SQT notice. After you have taken the SQT, you will receive a report
showing your score. It will tell you which test questions you missed.
c. The MOS tasks for SQT 2, 3, and 4 are in this manual.
take the SQT every year.
1-12.

You must

PREPARATION FOR THE SQT

You must prepare for the SQT by reading and training. Studying this
manual is not enough. The study references are at the end of each
evaluation guide. Consult them to find out exactly how to perfonn the
tasks. If you have problems, see your supervisor. He will help you find
TEC programs, TV tapes, training circulars, and various other aids.
1-13.

USING THE SOLDIER'S MANUAL

By now, you should realize that
should pass the SQT. To do so,
MOS tasks are in Chapter 3.
additional duties (shared tasks)

to enhance your promotion potential, you
you must use the soldier's manual. The
Tasks for selected duty positions and
are in Chapter 4.

1-14. STUDY REFERENCES

The study references at the end of each evaluation guide direct you to
the publications or TEC lessons that will teach you the subject in
detail. Keep in mind that this soldier's manual will not teach you
everything you need to know about a task. You must study other
references.
1-15.

COMMENTS

This manual is for your use. If you find errors in this soldier's manual
or know of any way to improve it, tell us. Submit DA Form 2028
(Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms) to:
Commandant
US Army Field Artillery School
ATTN: ATSF-DI
Fort Sill, Oklahoma 73503-5600

1-12

CHAPTER 2
MOS TRAINING PLAN
2-1.

INTRODUCTION

The MOS training plan identifies the essential components of a unit
training plan for individual training. Units have different training
needs and requirements based on differences in environment, location,
equipment, dispersion, and other similar factors. Therefore, the MTP
should be used as a guide for conducting unit training and not as a rigid
standard. The MTP has two parts to assist the commander in preparing a
unit training plan which satisfies integration, cross-training, train-up,
and sustainment training requirements for soldiers in their MOS.
2-2.

PART I

Part I of the MTP shows the relationship between duty position and
critical tasks for an MOS skill level. These critical tasks are grouped,
by task commonality, into subject areas. Section 1 lists subject area
numbers and titles used throughout the MTP. These subject areas are used
to define the training requirements for each duty position within an MOS.
Section 2 identifies the total training requirement for each duty position within an MOS and provides a recommendation for cross-training and
train-up/merger training.
a. DUTY POSITIONS column. This column lists the duty positions
of the MOS, by skill level, which have different training requirements.
b. SUBJECT AREAS column. This column lists, by numerical key (see
Section 1), the subject areas in which a soldier must be proficient to
perfonn in that duty position.
c. CROSS-TRAIN column. This column 1is ts the reconunended duty
position for which soldiers should be cross-trained.
d. TRAIN-UP/MERGER column. This column ·lists the corresponding
duty position for the next higher skill level or military occupational
specialty code (MOSC) the soldier will merge into on promotion.
2-3.

PART II

Part II lists, by general subject areas, the critical tasks to be trained
in an MOS, the recommended products to use, the type of training required
(resident, integration, or sustainment), and a crosswalk to an ARTEP task.

2-1

a. SUBJECT AREA column. This column lists the subject area number
and title in the same order as in Part I, Section 1, of the MTP.
b. TASK NUMBER column. This column lists the task numbers for all
tasks included in the subject area.
c. TITLE column.
in the subject area.

This column lists the task title for each task

d. REFERENCES column. This column lists the references necessary
to perfonn and train the task. References are listed in alphabetical and
numeric a1 order.
e. TNG LOCATION column. This column identifies the training
location at which the task is first trained to soldier training
publications standards. If the task is first trained to standard in the
unit, the word UNIT will be in this column. If the task is first
trained to standard in the training base, it will identify, by brevity
code (for example, BT, AIT, ATC), the resident course in which the task
was taught. Figure 2-1 is a list of training locations and their
corresponding brevity codes.
11

11

ANC
AIT
BNC
BT
BTC
OSUT
PLDC
PTC
SGMA
SNC
UNIT

= Advanced
= Advanced

NCO Course (ANCOC)
Individual Training
= Basic NCO Course (BNCOC)
= Basic Training
= Basic Technical Course
= One-Station Unit Training
= Primary Leadership Development
Course
= Primary Technical Course
= Sergeants Major Academy
= Senior NCO Course (SNCOC)
= Trained in the unit

Figure 2-1. Training locations.

2-2

f. SUST TNG FREQ column. The sustainment training frequency
column indicates the recommended frequency at which the tasks should be
trained to ensure that soldiers maintain task proficiency. Figure 2-2
identifies the frequency codes used in this column.
AN
BM
MO
QT
SA

=Annually
= Bimonthly (once every 2 months)
= Monthly
= Quarterly
= Semiannually

Figure 2-2. Sustainment training frequency codes.
g. SUST TNG SL column. The sustainment training skill level
column lists the skill levels of the MOS for which soldiers must receive
sustainment training to ensure that they maintain proficiency to SM
standards.
h. DRILL/ARTEP NO. AND TASK column. Drills and ARTEP tasks are
1isted by the number that the individual critical task supports. This
establishes the crosswalk between individual and collective training.

2-3

MOS TRAINING PLAN
MOS 15E
PART I.

SUBJECT AREAS AND DUTY POSITIONS

Section 1. SUBJECT AREA CODES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.

Missile Assembly
Emplacement, Countdown, and Postfire
Missile Disassembly
Special Weapons
Inspection/Maintenance
Communicate
Classified
Miscellaneous
Direct Missile Assembly/Disassembly Operations
Direct Emplacement, Countdown, and Postfire Operations
Special Weapons and Related Tasks
Supervise Emplacement, Countdown, and Postfire Operations
Platoon Organization/Operation
Direct Platoon Organization/Operation
Platoon Control Central {PCC) Crew Member Duties
Platoon Control Central {PCC) Operations
Reference Scene Generation Facility (RSGF)

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Section 2.

DUTY
POSITIONS

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DUTY POSITION TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

SUBJECT AREAS

CROSS-TRAIN

TRAIN-UP/MERGER

1-4 and 8

Operations
Assistant

Assistant Chief of
Section/EL Driver

4, 6' 7' 8'
15 and 16

Assistant Chief
of Section/EL
Driver

Operations Specialist

1-8 and 10-13

Operations
Specialist

Operations Assistant/
Specialist

Operations
Specialist

4, 6, 7' 8,
15 and 16

Operations
Assistant/
Specialist

Ammunition Section
Chief

Operations
Assistant/
Specialist

4, 6' 7' 8, 15
and 16

l'mrnuni t ion
Section Chief
Specialist

Anmunition Team
Leader

SL 1 Missile
Crew Member

Operations
Assistant
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c.n

SL 2 Assistant Chief
of Section/EL
Driver

4, 5, 11,
and 13

Ammunition
Team Leader
Operations
Sergeant

Operations Sergeant
Chief of Section

4, 6, 7, 8, 15,
and 16

Chief of Section

Platoon Sergeant

13

Platoon Sergeant

RSGF Opera tor

1-15 and 17

RSGF Operator

Operations Sergeant

RSGF Operator

15

Operations
Sergeant

Assistant Operations
Sergeant

Operations
Sergeant

4, 6, 7, 8, 15,
and 16

Assistant
Operations
Sergeant

Employment NCO

Assistant
Operations
Sergeant

4, 6, 7, 8, 15,
and 16

Employment NCO

Liaison Sergeant

Employment NCO

1-17

Liaison Sergeant

Liaison Sergeant

Liaison Sergeant

6-8

First Sergeant

First Sergeant

Ammunition
Section Chief

SL 3 Operations
Sergeant
Chief of Section
SL 4 Platoon Sergeant
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PART II. CRITICAL TASKS
SKILL LEVEL 1

TNG

SUST
LOCA- TNG
TION FREQ

SUST
TNG DRILL/ARTEP
SL* NO. AND TASK

SUBJECT
AREA

TASK
NUMBER

1. Missile
Assembly

061-304-1000

Operate the 8-Ton
Mounted Crane

TM 9-2320-279-10
TM 9-2320-282-10

061-304-1003

Prepare the Radar
Sect ion (RS) for
Transfer From
Container

TM 9-1425-386-10-3/1 OSUT SA

061-304-1004

Assemble the
Hoisting Beams

TM 9-1450-396-14

061-304-1005

Prepare the Missile TM 9-1410-387-12
OSUT SA
Propulsion Section TM 9-1425-386-10-3/1
for Transfer From
Container

1-2 ARTEP 6-625
3-111-9-6

061-304-1006

Prepare the
TM 9-1425-386-10-3/1 OSUT SA
Guidance and
Control/Adapter
(G&C/A) Section for
Transfer From
Container

1

TITLE

REFERENCES

UNIT SA

1

ARTEP 6-625
3-11 I-9-2
3-1 Il-9-3
3-11 I-9-4

1-2

ARTEP 6-625
3-IIl-9-7

1

ARTEP 6-625
3-IIl-9-6
3-III-2-6

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OSUT AN

ARTEP 6-625
3-1 Il-9-6

061-304-1007

Position and Attach TM 9-1425-386-10-3/l OSUT SA
the First-Stage
Propulsion Section
to the Azimuth Ring

061-304-1008

Position and Attach TM 9-1425-386-10-3/1 OSUT SA
the Second-Stage
Propulsion Section
to the First-Stage
Propulsion Section

1-2

ARTEP 6-625

061-304-1009

Position and Attach TM 9-1425-386-10-3/1 OSUT SA
the Guidance and
Control/Adapter
(G&C/A) Section
to the SecondStage Propulsion
Section

1-2

ARTEP 6-625
3-III-9-6

061-305-1002

Install Air Fins
in the Hydraulic
Actuators

TM 9-1425-386-10-3/1 OSUT AN

1-2

ARTEP 6-625
3-III-8-7

1-4

ARTEP 6-625

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Emplacement, 061-304-1100
Countdown,
and
Postfire

2.

061-304-1101

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Use Hand Signals or FM 21-60
Lights to Direct
Vehicle Movement
and Crane Operations

OSUT AN

Operate the 30-kw
Generator

OSUT QT

TM 5-6115-465-12

1-2 ARTEP 6-625
3-11 I-9-6

3-III-9-6

3-II-15-5
3-111-1-2
3-111-2-1
1

ARTEP 6-625
3-1 II-1-2
3-111-1-3

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061-304-1107

Perf rom Crew Member TM 5-6115-465-12
OSUT SA
Duties During
TM 9-1425-386-10-2/1
Emplacement

061-304-1108

Perform Crew Member TM 9-1425-386-10-2/1 OSUT QT
Duties During a
Countdown

061-304-1109

Perform Crew Member TM 9-1425-386-10-2/1 OSUT SA
Duties During Evacuat ion

061-304-1111

Inspect/Install/
Remove Exploding
Bridge Wire
(EBW) Detonators

061-304-1113

1

1

ARTEP 6-625
3-111-9-2
3-11 I-9-5
3-IV-2-6
ARTEP 6-625
3-111-9-8

1

ARTEP 6-625
3-111-9-3

OSUT QT
TM 9-1410-387-12
TM 9-1425-386-10-3/l
TM 9-1425-386-10-3/2

1-2

ARTEP 6-625
3-111-9-8

Inspect/Install/
Remove SecondStage Initiators

OSUT QT
TM 9-1410-387-12
TM 9-1425-386-10-3/1
TM 9-1425-386-10-3/2

1-2

ARTEP 6-625
3-111-9-3
3-II I-9-8

Missile
061-304-1202
Disassembly

Transfer the Radar
Section (RS) From
the Pallet to the
Container

TM 9-1425-386-10-3/2 OSUT SA

1-2

ARTEP 6-625
3-IV-2-6

061-304-1203

Disassemble and
Transfer the
Guidance and
Control/Adapter
(G&C/A) Section to
the Container

TM 9-1425-386-10-3/2 OSUT SA

1-2

ARTEP 6-625
3-IV-2-6

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061-304-1204

Disassemble and
TM 9-1425-386-10-3/2 OSUT SA
Transfer the SecondStage Propulsion
Section to the
Container

1-2

ARTEP 6-625
3-IV-2-6

061-304-1205

Disassemble and
TM
Transfer the FirstStage Propulsion
Section to the
Container

OSUT SA

1-2

ARTEP 6-625
3-IV-2-6

061-304-1206

Repackage the
Radar Section (RS)

TM 9-1425-386-10-3/2 OSUT SA

1-2

ARTEP 6-625
3-IV-2-6

061-304-1207

Repackage the
Guidance and
Control/Adapter
(G&C/A) Section

TM 9-1425-386-10-3/2 OSUT SA

1-2

ARTEP 6-625
3-IV-2-6

061-304-1208

Repackage the
Second StagePropulsion Section

TM 9-1425-386-10-3/2 OSUT SA

1-2

ARTEP 6-625
3-IV-2-6

061-304-1209

Repackage the
First-Stage
Propulsion Section

TM 9-1425-386-10-3/2 OSUT SA

1-2

ARTEP 6-625
3-IV-2-6

061-304-1300

Prepare the T304C
Test Set for Use

TM 9-1115-386-12&P

OSUT QT

1-2

ARTEP 6-625

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Special
Weapons

9-1425-386-10-~/2

3-11-5-1

3-11-5-2
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061-304-1313

Fight a Fire
TB 385-2
Involving a Nuclear
Weapon

UNIT SA

1-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-11-5-2
3-11-5-4
3-111-1-4

061-304-1314

Repackage the
Warhead Section
{WS)

TM 9-1115-386-12&P

OSUT QT

1-2

ARTEP 6-625
3-111-9-4

061-304-1315

Destroy Missile
Body Sections and
Missile Equipment
to Prevent Enemy
Use

FM
TM
TM
TM

UNIT SA

1-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-11-1-3
3-111-1-5
3-111-2-4

061-304-1316

Perfonn a Veri f i ca- TM 9-1115-386-12&P
tion Inspection of
the Warhead Section
{WS)

OSUT SA

1-2

ARTEP 6-625
3-11-5-1

061-304-1317

Perfonn a Receipt
TM 9-1115-386-12&P
Inspection of the
Warhead Section {WS)

OSUT SA

1-2

ARTEP 6-625
3-11-5-1
3-111-1-4
3-111-9-7

121-004-1518

Receipt/Transfer
Classified Material

UNIT SA

1-4

5-25
9-1410-387-12
9-1425-391-14
9-1430-392-20

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AR 340-2 or
AR 340-18 Series
AR 380-5
TEC Lesson
510-121-7381-A

Perform Preventive TM 9-1450-396-14
Maintenance Checks
and Services (PMCS)
on the Forward Area
Ground Handling
Equipment

UNIT SA

1-2

ARTEP 6-625
3-111-9-4
3-11-9-7

061-304-1404

Perform Preventive
Maintenance Checks
and Services (PMCS)
on the 30-kw
Generator

TM 5-6115-465-12

OSUT QT

1-2

ARTEP 6-625
3-11-4-11
3-1 II-8-2
3-IV-2-1

061-304-1406

Service Shipping
and Storage
Container
Dessicant and
Humidity
Indicator

TM 9-1115-386-12&P
TM 9-8140-395-14

OSUT AN

1

ARTEP 6-625
3-111-9-6
3-11-5-3
3-IV-2-6

061-304-1412

Perfonn an OperaTM 9-1440-389-20
tional Brake Test
on the ErectorLauncher (EL) Brake
System

UNIT QT

1-2

ARTEP 6-625
3-III-9-3
3-1 II-9-9
3-IV-2-6

061-305-1300

Perform Service
Upon Receipt
(SUR) on the
Missile Sections

UNIT AN

1-2

ARTEP 6-625
3-111-9-6
3-11-5-3
3-IV-2-7

Inspectio.n/ 061-304-1402
Maintenance

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061-305-1305

Perfonn Service
Upon Receipt (SUR)
on Shipping and
Storage Containers

DA Pam 738-750
TM 9-1450-396-14
TM 9-8140-395-14

UNIT AN

1

Communicate 113-573-4006

Use the KTC 1400-E
Numeral Cipher/
Authentication
System

CEOI

OSUT SA

1-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-111-9-6
3-11-5-3
3-IV-2-7

113-573-6001

Recognize Electronic FM 24-1
Countenneasures
FM 32-30
(ECM) and Implement
Electronic CounterCou nte nnea su res
{ECCM)

OSUT SA

1-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-IIl-1-3
3-II-1-2
3-11-4-1

113-573-7017

Prepare/Submit
Operator's MIJI
Report

CEOI

OSUT SA

1-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-III-1-3
3-II-1-2
3-II-4-1

113-587-1050

Mount Radio Set
AN/VRC-46

DA Pam 738-750
TM 11-5820-401-10-1

OSUT SA

1-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-11-12
3-111-31

113-587-2002

Operate Radio Set
AN/VRC-64 or AN/
GRC-160.(AN/VRC-53
or AN/GRC-125

1M 11-5820-498-12
SB 11-624

OSUT SA

1

ARTEP 6-625
3-II-1-2
3-1 I-5-2
3-111-1-2

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113-587-2003

Operate Radio Set
AN/VRC-46
(AN/VRC-12 Series)

TM 11-5820-401-10-1

OSUT SA

1

ARTEP 6-625
3-11-1-2
3-11-5-2
3-111-1-2

113-587-3077

Perform Operator's DA Pam 738-750
Preventive Mainte- TM 11-5820-401-10-1
nance Checks and
TM 11-5820-401-10-2
Services (PMCS) on
Radio Sets AN/VRC-12
Series

OSUT SA

1

ARTEP 6-625
3-II 1-1-2
3-11-5-2
3-111-1-3

113-596-1068

Install Antenna
Group OE-254/GRC

FM 24-18
TB SIG 291
TM 11-5985-357-13

OSUT SA

1

ARTEP 6-625
3-11-1-2
3-I 11-1-3
3-III-3-5

113-596-3041

Perform Operator's
PMCS on Antenna
Group OE-254/GRC

TM 11-5985-357-13

OSUT SA

1

113-609-2013

Prepare/Operate
Communications
Security Equipment
TSEC/KY-57 With
AN/VRC-12 Series
Radio Sets

CEOI
TM 11-5810-256-0P-3
TM 11-5810-256-0P-4
TM 11-5810-312-12

OSUT SA

1-3

ARTEP 6-625
3-11-1-2
3-11-5-2
3-111-1-3

113-622-1006

Install Radio
Set Control
Group AN/GRA-39(*)

DA Pam 738-750
TM 11-5820-477-12

OSUT SA

1

ARTEP 6-625
3-111-1-3
3-11 I-2-2
3-111-3-1

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7.

Classified **061-304-9101

Operate Radio Set
Control Group
AN/GRA-39(*)

TM 11-5820-477-12

OSUT SA

1

ARTEP 6-625
3-1 II-1-3
3-III-2-2
3-111-3-1

Perfonn NonViolent Disablement
Procedures

(C)TM 39-50-8

UNIT QT

1-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-IIl-8-5
3-11-1-3
3-11-5-2

Maintain Custody
of War Reserve
Item

TM 39-100-4

UNIT QT

1-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-111-1-4
3-II-1-1
3-II-1-3

Use the Duress
Code System

FM 19-30

UNIT SA

1-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-II-5-1
3-II-5-3
3-II I-1-5

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a.

Miscellaneous

191-376-4117

PART II.

9. Direct
Missile
Assembly/
Disassembly
Operations
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061-304-2000

Direct Preparation TM 9-1425-386-10-3/1 UNIT SA
of Missile Section
for Missile Assembly

2-3

ARTEP 6-625
3-111-9-2
3-111-9-6

061-304-2001

Direct Positioning
of Equipment for
Missile Assembly/
Disassembly

TM 9-1425-386-10-3/1 UNIT SA
TM 9-1425-386-10-3/2

2-3

ARTEP 6-625
3-111-9-6
3-11 I-9-2
3-IV-2-6

061-304-2002

Direct Missile
TM 9-1425-386-10-3/l UNIT SA
Assembly/Disassembly TM 9-1425-386-10-3/2
Operations

2-3

ARTEP 6-625
3-II 1-9-6
3-III-9-2
3-IV-2-6

Direct ErectorLauncher (EL)
Evacuation With
Missile

TM 9-1425-386-10-2/l UNIT SA

2-3

ARTEP 6-625
3-111-8-2
3-III-9-3

Direct ErectorLauncher (EL)
Evacuation After
Missile Firing

TM 9-1425-386-10-2/1 UNIT SA

2

ARTEP 6-625
3-111-1-2
3-III-9-9

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10.

Direct
061-304-2102
Emplacement,
Countdown,
and Postfire Operations
061-304-2105

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CRITICAL TASKS (CONTINUED)
SKILL LEVEL 2

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11. Special

061-304-2107

Direct a Standard/
Confidence Count

TM 9-1425-386-10-2/1

UNIT QT

2-3

ARTEP 6-625
3-III-8-2
3-1 II-9-8

061-304-2108

Direct a Quick
Count

TM 9-1425-386-10-2/l UNIT QT

2-3

ARTEP 6-625
3-111-8-2
3-111-9-8

061-304-2109

Direct Actions in
the Event of a
Countdown Malfunction Prior to Automatic Launch
Sequence

TM 9-1425-386-10-2/1 UNIT QT
TM 9-1440-389-20

2-3

ARTEP 6-625
3-11 I-8-2
3-I I I-9-8

061-304-2300

Di re ct Warhead
Section (WS)
Mating/Demating

TM
TM
TM
TM

UNIT QT
9-1115-386-12&P
9-1410-387-12
9-1425-386-10-3/1
9-1425-386-10-3/2

2-3

ARTEP 6-625
3-111-9-2
3-II I-8-2
3-111-9-3

061-304-2303

Prepare/Use Nuclear TB 9-1100-803-15
Weapons Fonns

BTC

SA

2-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-II I-1-4
3-II-5-1
3-II-5-2

061-304-2304

Direct Destruction
of Missile Body
Sections and
Missile Equipment
to Prevent Enemy
Use

UNIT SA

2-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-II-1-3
3-II-2-4
3-III-1-3

Weapons
Related
Tasks

FM
TM
TM
TM
TM
TM
TM
TM

5-25
9-1410-387-12
9-1425-391-14
9-1430-388-12
9-1430-392-20
9-1440-389-20
750-244-2
750-244-6

PART II.

12.

Supervise 061-304-3105
Emplacement,
Countdown,
and Postfire
Operations

CRITICAL TASKS (CONTINUED)
SKILL LEVEL 3

Direct Occupation
FM 6-11
of Firing Platoon
Position by Advance
Party

UNIT SA

3-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-III-2-1
3-III-8-2
3-111-9-2

061-304-3106

Direct Occupation
of Firing Platoon
Position by Main
Body

FM 6-11

UNIT SA

3-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-II 1-2-1
3-III-8-2
3-111-9-2

071-326-5805

Plan and Conduct
a Route Reconnaissance

FM 5-36
FM 7-20
FM 17-95

UNIT SA

3-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-1-1-3
3-II-1-1
3-II-2-1

N

I

N
0

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PART II.

13.

Platoon
Organization/
Operation

N
I
N

061-304-4100

Conduct Firing
Platoon Occupation
of a Field Firing
Site

FM 6-11
UNIT SA
TM 9-1425-386-10-2/l

4

ARTEP 6-625
3-III-8-2
3-IIl-9-2

061-304-4101

Select A Firing
Platoon Position

FM 6-11

UNIT SA

4

ARTEP 6-625
3-II I-8-2

061-304-4102

Plan the Organiza- FM 6-11
tion of the Advance
Party

UNIT AN

4

ARTEP 6-625
3-II I-1-2
3-I-1-3
3-II-2-1

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14.

Direct
Platoon
Organizational
Operation

CRITICAL TASKS (CONTINUED)
SKILL LEVEL 4

PART II.

15.

N
I
N
N

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Platoon
Control
Central
(PCC)
Crew
Member
Duties

**061-304-9200

CRITICAL TASKS (DUTY POSITION)
SKILL LEVEL 2

Copy, Decode, and
Authenticate
Emergency Action
Message

(S) JCS Pub 13 ,
Vol 1

UNIT QT

2-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-1-1-2
3-II-4-1
3-III-1-2

061-305-1102

Operate the Platoon TM 9-1430-392-10
Control Central
(PCC) Chemical
Biological (CB)
Equipment

UNIT SA

2-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-11-8-2
3-IV-2-6

061-305-1103

Operate Remote
TM 9-1425-386-10-2/l UNIT QT
Launch Control Unit TM 9-1425-386-10-2/3
(RLCU)/Monitor
Status Display Panel
During a Countdown

2-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-1 Il-8-2

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PART II.

16.

N
I
N

Platoon
Control
Central

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CRITICAL TASKS (DUTY POSITION) (CONTINUED)
SKILL LEVEL 3

061-304-3701

Operate the Launch
Window Panel

113-571-1003

Establish, Enter,
or Leave a Radio

TM 9-1425-386-10-2/l BTC

SA

3

ARTEP 6-625
3-III-8-2

3-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-I-1-2
3-I-2-2
3-11-1-2

(PCC)

Operations

w

Net

CEIO

ACP 124 (C)
ACP 126 (B)
FM 24-1

UNIT SA

PART IL

17.

Emplace the
TM 9-1430-388-12
Reference Scene
Generation Facility
(RSGF)

UNIT SA

3-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-11-4-11

061-304-3602

Power Up the
Reference Scene
Generation
Facility ( RSGF)

BTC

SA

3-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-Il-4-11

061-304-3603

Perfonn the
TM 9-1430-388-12
Reference Scene
Generation Facility
(RSGF) System
Readiness Test

UNIT SA

3-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-11-4-11

061-304-3604

Generate a
Reference Scene

TM 9-1430-388-12

BTC

SA

3-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-11-4-11

061-304-3605

Perfonn Reference
Scene Generation
Facility (RSGF)
Library Functions

TM 9-1430-388-12

BTC

SA

3-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-I I-4-11

Reference 061-304-3600
Scene
Generation
Facility
(RSGF)

N
I
N

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CRITICAL TASKS (DUTY POSITION) (CONTINUED)
SKILL LEVEL 4

TM 9-1430-388-12

(

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061-304-3606

Perf onn Reference
Scene Generation
Facility (RSGF)
Records Management

TM 9-1430-388-12

BTC

SA

3-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-II-4-11

061-304-3607

Perfonn Reference
TM 9-1430-388-12
Scene Generation
Facility (RSGF)
Declassify Function

BTC

SA

3-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-II-4-11

061-304-3608

Prepare the
TM 9-1430-388-12
Reference Scene
Generation Facility
(RSGF) for Travel

UNIT

SA

3-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-Il-4-11

061-304-3609

Power Down the
TM 9-1430-388-12
Reference Scene
Generation Facility
(RSGF)

BTC

SA

3-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-II-4-11

061-304-3610

Perfonn Preventive TM 5-4120-308-15
Maintenance Checks TM 5-6115-465-12
and Services (PMCS) TM 9-1430-388-12
on the Reference
TM 11-5805-201-12
Scene Generation
Faci 1ity ( RSGF)

BTC

SA

3-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-Il-4-11

N

I

N
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061-304-3611

Perform OrganizaTM 9-1430-388-12
tional Troubleshooting on the Reference
Scene Generation
Faci 1i ty ( RSGF}
Using Fault
Symptom Index
Procedures

BTC

SA

3-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-II-4-11

061-304-3612

Perform OrganizaTM 9-1430-388-12
tional Troubleshooting on the Reference
Scene Generation
Faci 1i ty (RSGF)
Using Operational
Error Messages

BTC

SA

3-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-11-4-11

061-304-3613

Perform Organizational Maintenance
on the Reference
Scene Generation
Facility (RSGF)

TM 9-1430-388-12

BTC

SA

3-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-11-4-11

061-304-3614

Perform Service
Upon Receipt (SUR)
on the Reference
Scene Generation
Facility (RSGF)

TM 9-1430-388-12

BTC

SA

3-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-11-4-11

061-304-3618

Run Reference
Scene Generation
Facility (RSGF)
Diagnostics

TM 9-1430-388-12

BTC

SA

3-4

ARTEP 6-625

N
I
N

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3-II-4-11

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I
N

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061-304-3619

Operate the
Reference Scene
Generation
Facility (RSGF)
Chemical Biological
(CB) Equipment

TM 9-1430-388-12

UNIT

SA

3-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-II-4-11

061-304-3620

Perfonn Organ izational Maintenance on the
Reference Scene
Generation Facility
(RSGF) Shelter.

TM 9-1425-391-14

UNIT

SA

3-4

ARTEP 6-625
3-II-4-11

*All skill levels are not listed for sustainment training. However, this does not relieve the higher skill
level soldiers of their responsibility to perfonn the task if mission' dictates. Sustainment training for
duty position tasks is appropriate only for those soldiers performing in that capacity.
**This task was deemed combat critical by the USAFAS task site selection board. However, because the task
was classified, a soldier's manual task summary and evaluation guide cannot be published in an unclassified
training document.

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CHAPTER 3
MOS SKILL LEVEL TASKS
061-304-2000

Skill Level 2

DIRECT PREPARATION OF MISSILE SECTIONS
FOR MISSILE ASSEMBLY
CONDITIONS
You will be given first-and second-stage propulsion sections, guidance
and control/adapter {G&C/A) and radar sections, a 10-ton tractor with a
crane, a 30-kw generator, first- and second-stage hoisting beams, a
two-leg sling, a reentry vehicle {RV) section sling, a firing site tool
kit, required expendables, a missile-mating crew, a tactical countdown
tape cartridge, and four guide ropes.
STANDARDS
Complete the perfonnance measures
procedures in TM 9-1425-386-10-3/1.

in the evaluation guide IAW the

TRAINING/EVALUATION
~

Evaluation Guide
Perfonnance Measures

Results

1.

Directs preparation of first-stage propulsion
section for mating.

p

F

2.

Directs preparation of second-stage propulsion
section for mating.

p

F

3.

Directs preparation of G&C/A section for mating.

p

F

4.

Directs preparation of radar section for mating.

p

F

5.

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to personnel.

p

F

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Skill Level 2
Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.

REFERENCE
TM 9-1425-386-10-3/1

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3-2

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Skill Level

061-304-2001

DIRECT POSITIONING OF EQUIPMENT FOR MISSILE ASSEMBLY/
DISASSEMBLY
CONDITIONS
You will be given a 10-ton tractor with a crane, a 30-kw generator, an
erector-launcher (EL), first- and second-stage propulsion sections in
their containers or on the EL, G&C/A and radar sections in their
containers or on the EL, a two-leg sling, an RV section sling, first- and
second-stage hoisting beams, required expendab 1es, a firing site too 1
kit, a missile-mating crew, and four guide ropes.
STANDARDS
Complete the performance measures in the evaluation guide IAW the
procedures in TM 9-1425-386-10-3/l and/or TM 9-1425-386-10-3/2.
TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Performance Measures

"'-""

Results

1.

Directs positioning of the EL.

p

F

2.

Directs positioning of first- and second-stage
missile propulsion sections, RS, and G&C/A
section containers.

p

F

Directs positioning of the ground handling
equipment.

p

F

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to personnel.

p

F

3.
4.

Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCES

TM 9-1425-386-10-3/l
TM 9-1425-386-10-3/2

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3-3

Skill Level 2

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061-304-2002

DIRECT MISSILE ASSEMBLY/DISASSEMBLY OPERATIONS
CONDITIONS
You will be given an emplaced EL, an assembled missile or first- and
second-stage propulsion sections, a G&C/A section, warhead and radar
sections in open containers, a 10-ton tractor with a crane, a 30-kw
generator, a firing site tool kit, first- and second-stage hoisting
beams, an RV section sling, a two-leg sling, a safety board, a missilemating crew, and four guide ropes.
STANDARDS
Complete the perfonnance measures in the evaluation guide IAW the
procedures in TM 9-1425-386-10-3/1 and/or TM 9-1425-386-10-3/2.
TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Results

Perfonnance Measures
ASSEMBLY

~

1.

Directs preparation of the EL for mating.

p

F

2.

Directs mating of the first stage to the azimuth
ring assembly.

p

F

Directs mating of the second stage to the first
stage.

p

F

Directs mating of the G&C/A section to the second
stage.

p

F

5.

Directs transfer of weight to the missile cradle.

p

F

6.

Directs removal of the hoisting beams.

p

F

7.

Directs mating of the warhead and radar sections
to the G&C/A.

p

F

p

F

3.
4.

DISASSEMBLY
8.

Directs preparation of ground support equipment
for demating.

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Skill Level 2
Results
9.

Directs transfer of weight to hoisting beam rollers.

p

F

10.

Directs demating of the warhead and radar sections
from the G&C/A.

p

F

11.

Directs demating of the G&C/A from the second stage.

p

F

12.

Directs demating of the second stage from the first
stage.

p

F

13.

Directs demating of the first stage for the azimuth
ring assembly.

p

F

14.

Does not cause damage to equipment or
injury to personnel.

p

F

Feedback
"-11

Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCES
TM 9-1425-386-10-3/l
TM 9-1425-386-10-3/2

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3-5

Skill Level 2

'--11

061-304-2102

DIRECT ERECTOR-LAUNCHER (EL) EVACUATION WITH MISSILE
CONDITIONS
You will be given an emplaced (EL), an assembled missile, a 10-ton
tractor with a crane, a firing crew, and a firing site tool kit.

STANDARDS
Complete the performance measures
procedures in TM 9-1425-386-10-2/1.

in the evaluation guide IAW the

TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Results

Performance Measures
1.

Directs the EL operator during evacuation

p

F

2.

Dir€cts the crew members during warhead
demating.

p

F

3.

Directs the crane operations.

p

F

4.

Directs the EL tractor driver.

p

F

5.

Directs a crew member to shut down the
30-kw generator.

p

F

Does not cause damage to equipment or
injury to personnel.

p

F

6.

'--11

Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step if failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.

REFERENCE
TM 9-1425-386-10-2/1

3-6

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061-304-2105

Skill Level 2

DIRECT ERECTOR-LAUNCHER {EL)
EVACUATION AFTER MISSILE FIRING
CONDITIONS
You will be given an emplaced EL without a missile, a 10-ton tractor, a
firing crew, and a firing site tool kit.
STANDARDS
Complete the performance measures in the evaluation guide IAW the
procedures in TM 9-1425-386-10-2/1.
TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Performance Measures

Results

1.

Directs the EL operator during evacuation.

p

F

2.

Directs the crew members and EL tractor driver
during evacuation

p

F

3.

Does not cause damage to equipment or
injury to personnel.

p

F

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Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed {P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step if failed {F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCE
TM 9-1425-386-10-2/1

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3-7

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061-304-2107

Skill Level 2

DIRECT A STANDARD/CONFIDENCE COUNT
CONDITIONS
You will be given an emplaced EL, an assembled missile, a firing
crew, a 30-kw generator, a platoon control central (PCC) or a remote
launch control unit (RLCU), a firing site tool kit, required expendables,
a target reference scene tape, and a tactical countdown tape.
STANDARDS
Complete the performance measures
procedures in TM 9-1425-386-10-2/1.

in

the

evaluation

guide

IAW

TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Performance Measures

Results

Directs the EL operator during countdown
operations.

p

Directs the crew members during countdown
operations.

p

F

3.

Makes all prefire checks (standard count).

p

F

4.

Places system in standby (confidence count).

p

F

5.

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to personnel.

p

F

1.
2.

F

'--""

Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCE
1M 9-1425-386-10-2/1

3-8

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"'-""

061-304-2108

Skil 1 Level 2

DIRECT A QUICK COUNT
CONDITIONS
You will be
RS mated, a
scene tape,
and required

given an emplaced EL, an assembled missile with the WS and
firing crew, a tactical countdown tape, a target reference
a 30-kw generator, a PCC or RLCU, a firing site tool kit,
expendables.

STANDARDS
Complete the performance measures in the evaluation guide IAW the
procedures in TM 9-1425-386-10-2/1.
TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Perfonnance Measures

~

Results

1.

Directs termination of standby.

p

F

2.

Directs crew members during countdown.

p

F

3.

Conducts prefire checks.

p

F

4.

Does not cause damage to equipment or
injury to personnel.

p

F

Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCE
TM 9-1425-386-10-2/1

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3-9

Skill Level 2

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061-304-2109

DIRECT ACTIONS IN THE EVENT OF A COUNTDOWN MALFUNCTION
PRIOR TO AUTOMATIC LAUNCH SEQUENCE
CONDITIONS
You will be given a firing crew, TM 9-1425-386-10-2/1, TM 9-1440-389-20,
and equipment in a countdown configuration that has a malfunction before
the initiating automatic launch sequence.
STANDARDS
Complete the perfonnance measures in the evaluation guide IAW the
procedures in TM 9-1425-386-10-2/1 and TM 9-1440-389-20.
TRAINING/EVALUTION
Evaluation Guide
Perfonnance Measures

Results

Note 1.

TM 9-1425-386-10-2/1 and TM 9-1440-389-20
must be used to perfonn this task.

Note 2.

Ensure tested soldier does not tamper with
or move the azimuth clamp engage or pallet
switches.

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1.

Identifies malfunction.

p

F

2.

Takes appropriate action IAW
TM 9-1425-386-10-2/1 and TM 9-1440-389-20.

p

F

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to personnel.

p

F

3.

Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed {P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed {F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCES
TM 9-1425-386-10-2/l
TM 9-1440-389-20
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061-304-2300

Sk11 l Level 2

DIRECT WARHEAD SECTION (WS) MATING/DEMATING
CONDITIONS
You will be given an EL, an assembled missile emplaced for mating
operations, four assistants, a firing site tool kit, a WS and RS in the
pallet, and TM 9-1425-386-10-3/2.
STANDARDS
Complete the perfonnance measures in the evaluation guide IAW the
procedures in TM 9-1115-386-12&P, TM 9-1425•386-10-3/1, TM 9-1425-386-103/2, and TM 9-1410-387-12.
TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Perfonnance Measures
....._,,,;

Resutts

Note. TM 9-1425-386-10-3/2 must be used to perfonn
this task •
1.

Directs mating of the WS to the RS.

p

F

2.

Directs mating of the WS to the G&C/A section.

p

F

3.

Directs demating of the WS from the G&C/A.

p

F

4.

Directs demating of the WS from the RS.

p

F

5.

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to pe rsonne 1•

p

F

Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCES
TM
TM
TM
TM

9-1115-386-12&P
9-1410-387-12
9-1425-386-10-3/1
9-1425-386-10-3/2

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3-11

Skill Level 2

'--"'

061-304-2303
PREPARE/USE NUCLEAR WEAPONS FORMS

CQNDITIONS
You will be given a WS with completed PMCS, a DA Fonn 2404 (Equipment
Inspection and Maintenance Worksheet), a DA Fonn 2407 (Maintenance
Request), a DA Fonn 2409 (Equipment Maintenance Log), a DD Fonn 314
(Preventive Maintenance Schedule and Record), an SF Fonn 5700 (Inspection
Record Card), a pen or pencil, and TB 9-1100-803-15.
STANDARDS
Complete the perfonnance measures
procedures in TB 9-1100-803-15.

in the evaluation guide IAW the

TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Perfonnance Measures

Results

Note. TB 9-1100-803-15 must be used to perform
this task.

'--"'

1.

Completes DA Form 2404.

p

F

2.

Completes DA Form 2407.

p

F

3.

Completes DA Fann 2409.

p

F

4.

Completes DD Fonn 314.

p

F

5.

Completes SF Form 5700.

p

F

6.

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to personnel.

p

F

Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCE
TB 9-1100-803-15

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3-12

~

061-304-2304

Skill Level 2

DIRECT DESTRUCTION OF MISSILE BODY SECTIONS AND
MISSILE EQUIPMENT TO PREVENT ENEMY USE
CONDITIONS
You will be given an EL with first- and second-stage propulsion sections,
G&C/A section, and radar sections assembled on the EL or in open
containers; a 10-ton tractor; a reference scene generation facility
{RSGF); a PCC; required destruction materials; a firing crew; and a firing
site tool kit.
STANDARDS
Complete the performance measures in the evaluation guide IAW the
procedures in TM 9-1410-387-12, TM 9-1425-391-14, TM 9-1430-388-12,
TM 9-1430-392-20, TM 9-1440-389-20, TM 750-244-6, TM 750-244-2, and
FM 5-25.
TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
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Performance Measures
Note.
-1.

Damage to destruction materials and hand tools
before use is unacceptable.
Directs the destruction of the missile
propulsion sections on the EL or in open
containers.

p

F

Directs the destruction of the G&C/A
section on the EL or in an open container.

p

F

Directs the destruction of the RS section on the
EL or in an open container.

p

F

4.

Directs destruction of the EL.

p

F

5.

Directs destruction of the 10-ton tractor.

p

F

6.

Directs destruction of the RSGF/PCC.

p

F

9.

Does not cause injury to personnel.

p

F

2.
3.

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Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCES

FM 5-25
TM 9-1410-387-12
TM 9-1425-391-14
TM 9-1430-388-12
TM 9-1430-392-20
TM 9-1440-389-20
TM 750-244-2
TM 750-244-6

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Skil 1 Level 3

DIRECT OCCUPATION OF FIRING PLATOON POSITION
BY ADVANCE PARTY
CONDITIONS
You will be given an advance party element in a convoy to a field firing
position and platoon equipment.
STANDARDS
Complete the performance measures
procedures in FM 6-11.

in the evaluation guide IAW the

TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Perfonnance Measures

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Results

1.

Directs occupation of the advance party.

p

F

2.

Directs emplacement of the advance party
equipment IAW tactical situation.

p

F

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to personnel.

p

F

3.

Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCES
FM 6-11

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DIRECT OCCUPATION OF FIRING PLATOON
POSITION BY MAIN BODY
CONDITIONS
You will be given a firing platoon main body, a defense plan, and
platoon equipment in a convoy to a firing position.
STANDARDS
Complete the performance measures in the evaluation guide IAW the
procedures in FM 6-11.
TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Perfonnance Measures

Results

1.

Directs implementation of the defense plan.

p

F

2.

Directs missile operations.

p

F

3.

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to pe rsonne 1•

p

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F

Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCE
FM 6-11

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PLAN AND CONDUCT A ROUTE RECONNAISSANCE
CONDITIONS
In the fie 1d, you will be given a TOE scout platoon, a 1: 50 ,000 map of
the area of operation, and a mission to conduct a route reconnaissance.
STANDARDS
Plan and conduct a route reconnaissance to:
1.

Properly organize the platoon to conduct the reconnaissance mission.

2. Use proper movement techniques appropriate for the 1ikel ihood of
enemy contact.
3. Obtain necessary information concerning the conditions, obstacles,
critical terrain features, and enemy along the assigned route.
4. Prepare a route reconnaissance checklist prior to the beginning of
the mission.
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Training Information Outline
1.
THE FUNDAMENTALS OF RECONNAISSANCE. Reconnais.sance operations vary
with the operational environment; the assigned mission; and the size,
type, and composition of the reconnaissance element. Ground reconnaissance operations are performed in accordance with the following
fundamentals:

a. Orient on the Location or Movement of the Intelligence Objectives. Units engaged in reconnaissance should maneuver according to the
location or movement of the intelligence objective rather than the
location or movement of friendly forces. The objective may be enemy
troops, a terrain feature, or a locality. To effectively reconnoiter,
commanders of reconnaissance elements are allowed as much freedom as the
miss 1on allows.
b. Report All Information Accurately. Reconnaissance is conducted
to obtain infonnation to be used in the production of intelligence. All
1tems of military significance are reported. Moreover, to be of value,
reconnaissance reports must be complete, timely, and accurate.

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c.
Avoid Decisive Engagement.
Units performing reconnaissance
obtain information by stealth whenever possible. They fight only when
necessary to gain the desired information and in self-defense. The
reconnaissance mission must not be jeopardized by unnecessary combat.
d.
Maintain Contact With the Enemy.
In a reconnaissance, to
obtain information of an enemy force, visual or electronic contact with
the enemy is gained as soon as possible. Once contact has been made, it
is maintained and is not voluntarily broken without authority. Contact
may be maintained either by ground or aerial surveillance.
e.
Develop the Situation. When enemy contact is made or an
obstacle is encountered, the situation is developed rapidly.
To
determine the location, composition, and disposition of the enemy force
or obstacle, the following actions are taken on contact:
(1)

Deploy and report.

(2)

Reconnoiter.

(3)

Choose a course of action.

(4)

Report.

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2.
ROUTE RECONNAISSANCE. Route reconnaissance is directed to obtain
information on the enemy, obstacles (including chemical or radiological
contamination), route conditions, and critical terrain features along a
specific route. The techniques employed and the requirements of route
reconnaissance are less time-consuming and are performed more rapidly
than other types of reconnaissance.
3.

ROUTE RECONNAISSANCE OF SUSPECT AREAS.

a.
In reconnoitering areas along a route that are 1ikely to be
defended by enemy detachments (such as bridge approaches, def i 1es, or
built-up areas) reconnaissance should commence from the flanks or the
rear.
Detailed observation precedes actual reconnaissance, and the
approach route is checked for mines, boobytraps, and signs of ambush.
b.
When time is available, dismounted personnel are sent forward
first, covered by the remaining elements of the unit. The number of
dismounted personnel sent forward depends on the size of the objective
and on available approaches, cover, and concealment. If the dismounted
patrols find that the near edge of the area is clear, the remainder of

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the unit moves forward quickly. The dismounted patrols then continue the
reconnaissance, overwatched and followed closely by the remainder of the
unit.
c.
In conducting a mounted reconnaissance, part of the unit
remains mounted and moves forward cautiously but rapidly, overwatched by
the remaining mounted elements. If the near edge of the area is clear,
the overwatching elements move forward quickly and the advance continues.
4.

RECONNAISSANCE BY FIRE.

a.
Reconnaissance by fire is accomp 1i shed by firing on 1i ke ly or
suspected enemy positions in an attempt to remove camouflage and to cause
the enemy to disc 1ose his presence by movement or return fire. During
reconnaissance by fire, positions being reconnoitered must be observed
continuously so that enemy activity can be quickly and definitely
located.
b.
Reconnaissance by fire may be employed by route reconnaissance
teams as a security measure when time is critical and the loss of
surprise is not essential.

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c.
If the enemy returns the fire, the situation is further
developed. If the fire is not returned, the reconnaissance continues.
Be careful, however, for reconnaissance by fire often fails to disclose
the presence of a well-disciplined enemy.
5.
RECONNAISSANCE AT NIGHT. Route reconnaissance is slower and less
effective at night.
Night reconnaissance is 1imited usually to
electronic surveillance devices, dismounted patrolling, observation of
routes, and the use of listening posts. Only against light enemy
resistance and upon favorable terrain can vehicular reconnaissance be
employed at night without being preceded by dismounted patrols. Use of
night vision devices are often helpful.
When employed, they are
integrated into the overall reconnaissance and security plan.
6.

TYPES OF ROUTE RECONNAISSANCE.

a.
Hasty route reconnaissance is conducted to determine the
immediate military trafficability of a specified route. Such infonnation
is vital to all units engaged in planning and executing vehicular movement. It is 1imited to critical terrain data that are necessary for
route classification and that meet the intelligence requirements of the
situation. Full appreciation of a route's capability cannot be determined until each factor affecting traffic flow is separately analyzed.

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The report of hasty route reconnaissance usually consists of a map
overlay supplemented by additional reports (dependent on the detail
required) concerning various aspects of the terrain.
The route
reconnaissance overlay is accurate, clear, and concise.
Standard
topographic (FM 21-31), military (FM 21-30), and route reconnaissance
symbols are employed to ensure that route reconnaissance reports are
universally understood.
Deliberate route reconnaissance is made when sufficient time
b.
and qualified personnel are available. It provides necessary data for a
thorough analysis and classification of significant terrain features
along a route, to include, when required, repair or demolition procedures. Deliberate reconnaissance reports differ from hasty reconnaissance reports only in the degree and completeness of reported information. Usually, an overlay is employed to point out the exact map
location of each reconnoitered terrain feature. Enclosures are attached
to the overlay. They describe in detail each terrain feature covered by
the report. The use of DA reconnaissance report fonns as enclosures
establishes a permanent record and ensures that sufficient detail is
included concerning important route characteristics.

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7. SUGGESTED ORGANIZATION AND EQUIPMENT FOR A ROUTE RECONNAISSANCE
PATROL (Figures 5805-la and 5805-lb).

PATROL LEADER
RADIO OPERATOR/RECORDER
DRIVER

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ASSISTANT PATROL LEADER
MACHINEGUNNER/OBSERVER
DRIVER

Figure 5805-la. Suggested organization of a
route reconnaissance patrol.

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Item

Quantity

Item

Quantity

Truck. utility. 1 /4 ton, 4x4 .......•........ 2

Lensatic compass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

•carrier. personnel. armored .......•....... 2

Clinometer ............................... .

Trailer, amphibious, cargo, 1 /4 ton ........ 1

Panel marking sets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

Machinegun. 7.62-mm .................... 1

Pioneer tools ................... 1 set/vehicle

Pedestal, 7.62-mm machinegun mount ..•. 1

Towing chain ............................. 2

Launcher, grenade, 40-mm .....•..••...... 1

Material for marking fording and swimming
sites ........................... As required

Binoculars 7x60 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . 2
Goggles, sun, plastic .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . 6
Radiacmeter, IM-93/UD ..............•... 1
Radiacmeter, IM-174/PD ..•.............. 2
Detector kit, chemical agent. VGH,
AN-M15A1A .........•.......•......... 1
Paper, chemical agent detector, VGH. ABC
MB ............................•••... 1 bk
Wristwatch . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Radio set AN/VRC-47, mounted in truck,
1 /4 ton ............•.••••.....•......... 1
Radio set AN/PRC-26 .•...•....•......... 1
Flashlight . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Improvised means of measuring water
depths ......................... As required
Measuring tape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Three-man pneumatic reconnaissance
boat ........................... As required
Vehicular first aid kit .. .. .. . . . . . . .. . .. . . . . . 2
FM 5-34 ...........................•...... 1
Reconnaissance report forms and
formats ...............•..•.•... As required
Adequate map and aerial photo
coverage ....................... As required

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Tracing tape (tape, textile) ...•••.. As required
Camera (Polaroid) ........................ .

•Desirable when operating in support of mechanized forces or in northern areas.

Figure 5805-lb. Suggested items to accompany route
reconnaissance patrol.

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8. ROUTE RECONNAISSANCE PLANNING. Reconnaissance instructions must be
as detailed as possible and include the exact infonnation to be obtained,
the time by which the infonnation is to be reported, where the information is to be reported, where the infonnation is to be sought, action
to be taken upon enemy contact, and when the miss ion is to be executed.
Essential details include:
a. Pertinent infonnation on the enemy, friendly troops, and the
area of operations.
b. Proposed plans of higher conunands, to include anticipated
traffic flow along the route and types of vehicles to be employed.

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c.

When, where, and how infonnation is to be reported.

d.

Time of departure.

e.

Appropriate control measures.

f.

Action to be taken when the mission is completed.

g.

Special equipment requirements.

9. TERRAIN CONSIDERATIONS. Factors of terrain that are important in
route reconnaissance and that require consideration, when applicable,
are-a.

Existing routes and their physical characteristics.

b.

Gradients of slope and radii of curvature.

c.

Bridges.

d.

Vehicular fording, ferrying, and swimming sites.

e.

Tunnels, underpasses, and similar obstructions to traffic flow.

f. Artificial obstacles, such as areas of chemical, biological,
and radiological contamination, roadblocks, craters, and minefields.
g.

Rockfalls and slide areas.

h.

Drainage.

i. Other natural or man-made features, such as wooded and built-up
areas that may affect movement.
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10.

A SAMPLE ROUTE RECONNAISSANCE.

a.
The scout platoon has been given the mission of conducting a
recQnnaissance of Route RED. The battalion S2 indicated that enemy
activity has been reported east of Phase Line (PL) YELLOW and that the S2
desires reports on the route at each phase line (Figures 5805-2 through
5805-5).

tN
ROUTE_. - ~ 1
RED
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ROUTE
RED

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PL YELLOW

Figure 5805-2.

Route reconnaissance.

b.
Having arrived at PL BLUE using the traveling technique of
movement, the platoon leader decides to employ the traveling overwatch
technique. Because the trafficabil ity through this area appears good,
the platoon leader directs that one squad maneuver to each flank and use
the traveling overwatch technique. These two squads will remain in
visual contact with the platoon leader and will not extend beyond 500
meters from the route unless directed to do so by the platoon leader.
This measure will speed the checking of lateral routes and adjacent
terrain and provide flank security for the platoon.
c.
The lead squad moving along the route has reported a bridge to
the platoon leader. The squad moves to a covered and concealed position
where it can observe and cover the bridge and the commanding terrain on
the other side of the river and begins a thorough visual reconnaissance

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of those areas. The platoon leader at the same time directs the two
flank squads to continue moving until they are near the river and to
reconnoiter. Following the appropriate ground reconnaissance, they move
into covered and concealed positions from which they can see the river,
the vehicle commander, and observers from each vehicle patrol, as shown
below, while the drivers man the machine guns. In order not to establish
contact at more than one point, the northernmost squad wi 11 cross the
river, patrol the far bank, and occupy the commanding terrain on the fire
side before the southernmost squad crosses the river.

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Figure 5805-3.

Route reconnaissance (continued).

d.
Once both flank squads have secured the far terrain features,
the bridge can be checked for mines or weakening by the enemy. The flank
squad vehicles will then move across the bridge into covered and
concealed positions behind the two hills.
e.
As soon as the flank squads have cleared and secured the far
side of the bridge, the platoon leader moves to the vicinity of the
forwardmost squads and conducts a vi sua 1 reconnaissance of the route
ahead. The platoon leader also directs the platoon sergeant to move to
the bridge and conduct an expedient bridge classification. The trail

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squad is directed to reconnoiter for poss i b1e bypasses up and down the
river and detennine their corresponding ford classifications. The squad
overwatching the bridge will continue to provide rear security for the
platoon's reconnaissance efforts and will become the trail squad once the
platoon continues its route reconnaissance mission.
f.

A possible uncoded spot report for the bridge might look like:

Line
Line
Line
Line
Line

Alpha - Easy Rider 19
Bravo - Bridge number five
Charlie - FG097664, 1345 hours
Delta - Track classification - two way 40 - one way 75
Echo - Continuing mission

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Figure 5805-4.

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Route reconnaissance (continued).

g. Having arrived at PL YELLOW and submitted the appropriate
report to the battalion S2, the scout platoon leader detennines that
enemy contact is expected. He therefore directs the platoon to employ
the bounding overwatch movement technique.
After this visual
reconnaissance has confinned his previous map reconnaissance of the area

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immediately beyond PL YELLOW, the platoon leader decides to employ his
two sections abreast. The platoon leader will move with the northernmost scout section, while the platoon sergeant will travel with the
other section. Because t~e trafficability north of ROUTE RED is more
restrictive than the area south of the route, the platoon leader has also
decided that the section he is accompanying will also have responsibility
of the roadway and its classification.

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PL YELLOW

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ROUTE
RED

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- • --+ 1st SECTION WITH PLATOON LEADER
- - --..- - --+ 2d SECTION WITH PLATOON SERGEANT
Figure 5805-5.

Route reconnaissance {continued).

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SELF-EVALUATION OUTLINE
1.

During a reconnaissance patrol, which items should be reported?

2.· In a reconnaissance to obtain infonnation of an enemy force, visual
or electronic contact is made as soon as possible. In what other two
ways may contact be maintained?
3.
When a unit reconnoiters by firing on likely or suspected enemy
positions, what is that unit attempting to accomplish?
4.

When will a deliberate route reconniassance be conducted?

5.
Why wi 11 a hasty route reconnaissance be conducted on a specified
route?
6.
When the loss of surprise is not essential and time is critical,
reconnaissance by fire may be employed by the reconnaissance team for
what reason?

REFERENCES
FM 5-36

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FM 17-95

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061-304-4100
CONDITIONS

CONDUCT FIRING PLATOON OCCUPATION OF A
FIELD FIRING SITE

You will be given a firing platoon in convoy to a field firing site and
platoon equipment.
STANDARDS
Complete the perfonnance measures in the
procedures in TM 9-1425-386-10-2/1 and FM 6-11.

evaluation

guide

IAW

TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Results

Perfonnance Measures

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1.

Designates location for firing points.

p

F

2.

Directs positioning of the EL for operation.

p

F

3.

Establishes an exclusion area.

p

F

4.

Controls movement of vehicles and directs
positioning of vehicles and equipment.

p

F

5.

Verifies area defense plan.

p

F

6.

Directs camouflage of vehicles and.equipment.

p

F

7.

Does not cause damage to equipment
or injury to personnel.

p

F

Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed {P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCES
FM 6-11

TM 9-1425-386-10-2/1

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SELECT A FIRING PLATOON POSITION

CONDITION
You will be given a preselected area ("goose egg 11 ) and a map of the area.
STANDARDS
Complete the perfonnance measures in the evaluation guide IAW the
procedures in FM 6-11.
TRAINING/EVAlUATION
Evaluation Guide
Results

Perfonnance Measures
1.

2.

p

Perfonns map reconnaissance.
a.

Identifies all potential positions.

b.

Identifies all routes to potential positions.

Identifies positions IAW mission requirement
to include tactical situation, protection
from observation, and defensibility.

F

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p

F

Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCE
FM 6-11

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Skill Level 4

PLAN THE ORGANIZATION OF THE ADVANCE PARTY
CONDITIONS
You will be given a posit ion far occupation, a requirement to 1ead the
advance party, and a map.
STANDARDS
Complete the performance measures
procedures in FM 6-11.

in the evaluation guide IAW the

TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Perfonnance Measures
1.

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2.
3.
4.

Results

Designates and prioritizes the route of
march and release points.

p

F

Ensures sufficient personnel and equipment are
taken forward to accomplish the required
tasks.

p

F

Ensures sufficient security personnel and
weapons are available in the advance party.

p

F

Ensures an NBC monitoring team accompanies
the advanced party.

p

F

Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCE
FM 6-11

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DUTY POSITION SPECIFIC TASKS
*061-304-9200

Skill Level 2

COPY, DECODE, AND AUTHENTICATE
AN EMERGENCY ACTION MESSAGE

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*This task was deemed combat critical by the USAFAS task site selection
board. However, because of the classification of the task, a soldier's
manual task sunvnary and evaluation guide cannot be published in an unclassified training document.

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Skill Level 2

OPERATE THE PLATOON CONTROL CENTRAL (PCC)
CHEMICAL BIOLOGICAL (CB) EQUIPMENT
CONDITIONS
You will be given an emplaced PCC with a chemical biological protective
entrance installed and power applied and TM 9-1430-392-10.
STANDARDS
Complete the performance measures
procedures in TM 9-1430-392-10.

in the evaluation guide IAW the

TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Results

Perfonnance Measures
Note. TM 9-1430-392-10 must be used to perfonn
this task.
1.

Prepares the CB equipment for operation.

p

F

2.

Shuts down the CB equipment.

p

F

3.

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to personnel.

p

F

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Feedback
Score the soldier GO if al 1 steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was down wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCE
TM 9-1430-392-10

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OPERATE REMOTE LAUNCH CONTROL UNIT (RLCU)/MONITOR
STATUS DISPLAY PANEL DURING A COUNTDOWN
CONDITIONS
You will be given a PCC with power applied, an RLCU with cable, and EL
with assembled missile emplaced for countdown and power applied, and a
firing crew.
STANDARDS
Complete the perfonnance measures in the evaluation guide IAW the
procedures in TM 9-1425-386-10-2/3.
TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Perfonnance Measures
Note 1.
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Results

If monitoring the RLCU out of the PCC,
perfonn steps 2 through 8.

Note 2. Step 7 will only be performed when directed
after a launch sequence has been initiated
IAW TM 9-1425-386-10-2/1.
Monitors status display panel during
countdown.

p

F

2.

Monitors RLCU during countdown.

p

F

3.

Enters pennissive action link (PAL) code
when directed.

p

F

4.

Enters ignition launch sequence when directed.

p

F

5.

Initiates automatic launch sequence when directed.

p

F

6.

Notifies OIC of any unusual occurrences.

p

F

7.

Operates RLCU during a misfire condition
as directed.

p

F

Does not cause damage to equipment or
injury to personnel.

p

F

1.

8.
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Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCES

TM 9-1425-386-10-2/l
TM 9-1425-386-10-2/3

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Skill Level 3

OPERATE THE LAUNCH WINDOW PANEL
CONDITIONS
You will be given an emplaced platoon control central (PCC) with power
applied and launch window data.
STANDARDS
Complete the performance measures in the evaluation guide IAW the
procedures in TM 9-1425-386-10-2/1.
TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Results

Performance Measures

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1.

Performs self-test

p

F

2.

Enters the launch window data.

p

F

3.

Changes the launch window data.

p

F

4.

Changes the R-hour and strike option.

p

F

5.

Verifies that the launch window is open.

p

F

6.

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to personnel.

p

F

Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCE
TM 9-1425-386-10-2/l

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Skil 1 Level 3

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113-571-1003
ESTABLISH, ENTER, OR LEAVE A RADIO NET

CONDITIONS
This task is perfonned under all weather conditions in a field or
garrison location. Your team chief will provide you with the following:
1.

CEOI.

2.

ACP 124(C).

3.

ACP 126(8).

4.

FM 24-1.

Supervision and assistance will be available.
STANDARDS
Establish, enter, or leave a radio net IAW the perfonnance measures.
TRAINING/EVALUATION

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Evaluation Guide
Perfonnance Measures
1.

Results

Establishes a radio net. (Refer to ACP 124(C),
paragraphs 101 through 110; ACP 126(8), paragraphs 201 through 206; and FM 24-1, Appendix N,
paragraphs 1 through 3.)
a.

Extracts appropriate call signs, suffixes, and
frequency from the CEOI.

b.

Prepares and operates the appropriate radio set.

p

F

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Results
c.

Identifies the net structure and detennines the
answering sequence, and makes the appropriate
response to the individual stations.

U41
(NET CALL SIGN)

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Figure 1003-1. Simple radio net diagram.
2.

Enters a radio net. {Refer to ACP 124{C), paragraphs 101 through 110; ACP 126{B), paragraphs 201
through 205; and FM 24-1, Appendix N, paragraphs
1 through 3.)

p

a.

Upon direction of the NCS and when no confusion
will result, call signs other than the net call
sign may be abbreviated by omitting .their first
two characters.

b.

Authenticate when challenged by NCS.

c.

If you fail to answer your call sign in sequence,
wait for the NCS to call your station individually.

d.

If you are unable to communicate with the NCS due
to faulty equipment, wrong codes, unsuitable
location, etc., you must render a report to the
NCS as soon as possible by means other than radio.

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Skill Level 3
Results
3.

Leaves a radio net. (Refer to ACP 124(C),
paragraphs 301 through 321.)
a.

Request pennission to leave the net from the NCS.

b.

Infonn the NCS of the reason you are leaving
the net.

c.

Authenticate upon direction of the NCS before
leaving the net.

p

F

Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCES
ACP 124(C)
ACP 126(B)
CEOI
FM 24-1

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061-304-3600

Skill Level 4

EMPLACE THE REFERENCE SCENE GENERATION
FACILITY (RSGF)
CONDITIONS
You will be given an operational RSGF, an assistant, required
expendables, a 30-kw generator, an RSGF tool kit, three 60W101 cables,
and six ground rod sections.
STANDARDS
Complete the perfonnance measures in the evaluation guide IAW the
procedures in TM 9-1430-388-12.
TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Results

Perfonnance Measures

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1.

Positions the RSGF and generator.

p

F

2.

Disconnects the 30-kw generator.

p

F

3.

Prepares the generator for use.

p

F

4.

Prepares the RSGF for use.

p

F

5.

Emplaces the ground and power system.
Connects cables and removes air conditioner
covers.

p

F

6.

Unlocks the disk drive heads.

p

F

7.

Does not cause damage to equipment
or injury to personnel.

p

F

Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCES
TM 9-1430-388-12
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Skill Level 4

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061-304-3602
POWER UP THE REFERENCE SCENE
GENERATION FACILITY {RSGF)

CONDITIONS
You will be given an emplaced RSGF with power applied, an RSGF tool kit,
a system disk, and TM 9-1430-388-12.
STANDARDS
Complete the perfonnance measures in the evaluation guide IAW the
procedures in TM 9-1430-388-12.
TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Perfonnance Measures

Results

Note. TM 9-1430-388-12 must be used to perfonn this
task.
1.

Sets controls.

p

F

2.

Applies power to the auxillary equipment.

p

F

3.

Applies alternating current {AC) power to the
operator console and computer control panel.

p

F

4.

Applies power to the disk drive unit.

p

F

5.

Installs the system disk.

p

F

6.

Perfonns boot procedures.

p

F

7.

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to personnel.

p

F

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Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed ( F). If the soldier fa i1 s any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCES

TM 9-1430-388-12

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061-304-3603

Skill Level 4

PERFORM THE REFERENCE SCENE GENERATION
FACILITY (RSGF) SYSTEM READINESS TEST
CONDITIONS
You will be given an emplaced RSGF with power applied and boot procedures
perfonned, a target cartridge, a system disk, and TM 9-1430-388-12.
STANDARDS
Complete the perfonnance measures
procedures in TM 9-1430-388-12.

in the evaluation guide IAW the

TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Perfonnance Measures

Results

Note. TM 9-1430-388-12 must be used to perfonn
- - this task.
-1.

Initiates readiness test.

p

F

2.

Mounts correct disk pack on disk drive 1.

p

F

3.

Keys in cartridge number and inserts cartridge.

p

F

4.

Recognizes any malfunction.

p

F

5.

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to personnel.

p

F

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Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed {P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed {F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCE
TM 9-1430-388-12

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061-304-3604

Skill Level 4

GENERATE A REFERENCE SCENE
CONDITIONS
You will be given an emplaced RSGF with power applied and readiness test
perfonned, an operational data base {ODB) disk, a target cartridge, a
mission data entry sheet, and TM 9-1430-388-12.
STANDARDS
Complete the performance measures in the evaluation guide IAW the
procedures in TM 9-1430-388-12.
TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Perfonnance Measures

Results

Note. TM 9-1430-388-12 must be used to perform
this task.
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1.

Generates reference scene using operational
data base disk.

p

F

2.

Enters manual data entries {MOE).

p

F

3.

Mounts correct operational base disk pack
on disk drive 1.

p

F

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to personnel.

p

F

4.

Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed {P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed {F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCE

TM 9-1430-388-12

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061-304-3605

Skill Level 4

PERFORM REFERENCE SCENE GENERATION FACILITY
(RSGF) LIBRARY FUNCTIONS
CONDITIONS
You will be given an emplaced RSGF with power applied, the readiness
test perfonned, and a library function selected; an operational data base
(ODB) disk; a system disk; and TM 9-1430-388-12.
STANDARDS
Complete the perfonnance measures
procedures in TM 9-1430-388-12.

in the evaluation guide IAW the

TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Results

Performance Measures
Note.
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TM 9-1430-388-12 must be used to perform
this task.
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1.

Generates cartridge.

p

F

2.

Verifies cartridge.

p

F

3.

Copies disk.

p

F

4.

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to personne 1 •

p

F

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Feedback
Score the soldier GO if .all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCE

TM 9-1430-388-12

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Skill Level 4

PERFORM REFERENCE SCENE GENERATION FACILITY
(RSGF) RECORDS MANAGEMENT
CONDITIONS
You will be given an emplaced RSGF with power applied and readiness test
perfonned, a system disk, report requirements, and TM 9-1430-388-12.
STANDARDS
Complete the performance measures
procedures in TM 9-1430-388-12.

in the evaluation guide IAW the

TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Perfonnance Measures

Results

Note. TM 9-1430-388-12 must be used to perform
this task.
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1.

Prepares Pershing identification (PID) report.

p

F

2.

Prepares obsolete scene report.

p

F

3.

Prepares disk identification report.

p

F

4.

Prepares hard-copy report.

p

F

5.

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to personnel.

p

F

Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCE
TM

9-1430-388-12

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Skill Level 4

061-304-3607
PERFORM REFERENCE SCENE GENERATION FACILITY
{RSGF) DECLASSIFY FUNCTION

CONDITIONS
You will be given an emplaced RSGF with power applied, a tape cartridge,
a system disk, a declassification access code, and TM 9-1430-388-12.
STANDARDS
Complete the perfonnance measures in the eveluation guide IAW the
procedures in TM 9-1430-388-12.
TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Perfonnance Measures

Results

Note. TM 9-1430-388-12 must be used to perfonn
- - this task.
-1.

Declassifies cartridge.

p

F

2.

Declassifies disk.

p

F

3.

Deletes MOE from disk.

p

F

4.

Deletes reference scene.

p

F

5.

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to personne 1.

p

F

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Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed {P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed {F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCE
TM 9-1430-388-12

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Skill Level 4

PREPARE THE REFERENCE SCENE GENERATION
FACILITY (RSGF) FOR TRAVEL
CONDITIONS
You will be given an emplaced RSGF without power, an assistant, a 30-kw
generator, and an RSGF tool kit.
STANDARDS
Complete all the performance measures in the evaluation guide IAW the
procedures in TM 9-1430-388-12.
TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Performance Measures

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Results

1.

Locks disk drive.

p

F

2.

Disconnects the power cable.

p

F

3.

Disconnects the grounding system.

p

F

4.

Prepares the outside of the RSGF for travel.

p

F

5.

Connects the 30-kw generator.

p

F

6.

Prepares the 30-kw generator for travel.

p

F

7.

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to personnel.

p

F

Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCE
TM 9-1430-388-12

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061-304-3609

Skill Level 4

POWER DOWN THE REFERENCE SCENE
GENERATION FACILITY (RSGF)
CONDITIONS
You will be given an emplaced RSGF with power applied, a disk pack, and
TM 9-1430-388-12.
STANDARDS
Complete the performance measures
procedures in TM 9-1430-388-12.

in the evaluation guide IAW the

TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Performance Measures
Note.
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Results

TM 9-1430-388-12 must be used to perform this
task.
--

1.

Performs the end operation procedures.

p

F

2.

Removes the disk pack.

p

F

3.

Turns off the power to the disk drive.

p

F

4.

Turns off the power to the operator's console.

p

F

5.

Turns off the power to the auxillary equipment.

p

F

6.

Turns off the AC power.

p

F

7.

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to personnel.

p

F

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Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed {P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed {F). If the soldier· fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCE
TM 9-1430-388-12
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061-304-3610

Skill Level 4

PERFORM PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND
SERVICES (PMCS) ON THE REFERENCE SCENE
GENERATION FACILITY (RSGF)
CONDITIONS
You will be given an emplaced RSGF, an 30-kw generator, basic issue items,
required expendables, a pencil or pen, a DA Fann 2404, TM 5-4120-308-15,
TM 5-6115-465-12, TM 9-1430-388-12, and TM 11-5805-201-12.
STANDARDS
Complete the performance measures in the ecaluation guide IAW the
procedures in TM 5-4120-308-15, TM 5-6115-465-12, TM 9-1430-388-12,
and TM 11-5805-210-12.
TRAINING/EVAULATION
Evaluation Guide
Perfonnance Measures
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Results

Note. TM 5-4120-308-15, TM 5-6115-465-12,
TM 9-1430-388-12, and TM 11-5805-201-12 must
be used to perfonn this task.
1.

Perfonns PMCS on the voltage monitor panel.

p

F

2.

Perfonns PMCS on the blackout system.

p

F

3.

Perfonns PMCS on the printer (1AlAlA3).

p

F

4.

Performs PMCS on disk drive 0 (1A3Al) and disk
drive 1 (1A3A2).

p

F

5.

Perfonns PMCS on the CB protective equipment.

p

F

6.

Perfonns PMCS on the air conditioners.

p

F

7.

Performs PMCS on the telephone system.

p

F

8.

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to personnel.

p

F

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Skill Level 4
Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCES

TM 5-4120-308-15
TM 5-6115-465-12
TM 9-1430-388-12
TM 11-5805-201-12

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061-304-3611

Skill Level 4

PERFORM ORGANIZATIONAL TROUBLESHOOTING ON THE
REFERENCE SCENE GENERATION FACILITY {RSGF)
USING FAULT SYMPTOM INDEX PROCEDURES
CONDITIONS
You will be given an emplaced RSGF, a fault indication symptom, basic
issue items, a system disk, a diagnostic disk, a 30-kw generator, and TM
9-1430-388-12.
STANDARDS
Complete the perfonnance measures in the evaluation guide IAW the
procedures in TM 9-1430-388-12.
TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Perfonnance Measures
Note.

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Results

TM 9-1430-388-12 must be used to perform this
task.

1.

Locates the fault symptom on the fault symptom
index.

p

F

2.

Performs test and/or inspection of the fault IAW
the fault symptom index.

p

F

3.

Performs
index.

p

F

4.

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to personne 1.

p

F

~orrective

action !AW the fault symptom

Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCE
TM 9-1430-388-12
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061-304-3612

Skill Level 4

PERFORM ORGANIZATIONAL TROUBLESHOOTING ON THE
REFERENCE SCENE GENERATION FACILITY (RSGF)
USING OPERATIONAL ERROR MESSAGES
CONDITIONS
You will be given an emplaced RSGF, an operational error message displayed on the alphanumeric display (AND), a system disk, a diagnostic
disk, a 30-kw generator, and TM 9-1430-388-12.
STANDARDS
Complete the performance measures
procedures in TM 9-1430-388-12.

in the evaluation guide IAW the

TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Perfonnance Measures
Note.
--

Results

TM 9-1430-388-12 must be used to perform
this task.
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1.

Locates error number in Table 3-10.

p

F

2.

Locates action codes in Table 3-11

p

F

3.

Perfonns required action code.

p

F

4.

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to personne 1•
Feedback

Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCE
TM 9-1430-388-12

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061-304-3613

Skill Level 4

PERFORM ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENACE ON THE REFERENCE
SCENE GENERATION FACILITY (RSGF)
CONDITIONS
You will be given an RSGF, an assistant, a tool kit, an electric vacuum
cleaner, a 30-kw generator, repair parts, expendable, and TM 9-1430-38812.

STANDARDS
Complete the perfonnance measures
procedures in TM 9-1430-388-12.

in the evaluation guide IAW the

TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Performance Measures
Note.
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Results

TM 9-1430-388-12 must be used to perform
this task.

1.

Replaces the keyboard.

p

F

2.

Replaces the printer.

p

F

3.

Loads paper into the printer.

p

F

4.

Cleans the printer.

p

F

5.

Replaces the printer lamp.

p

F

6.

Replaces the voltage indicators.

p

F

7.

Replaces the power distribution panel lamps.

p

F

8.

Replaces the disk drive units fuses.

p

F

9.

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to pe rsonne 1 •

p

F

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Skill Level 4
Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step 1s failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.

REFERENCE
TM 9-1430-388-12

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061-304-3614

Skill Level 4

PERFORM SERVICE UPON RECEIPT (SUR) ON THE REFERENCE
SCENE GENERATION FACILITY (RSGF)
CONDITIONS
You will be given an RSGF, an assistant, an RSFG tool kit, a 30-kw
generator, a DA Form 2404, a pencil or pen, and TM 1430-388-12.
STANDARDS
Complete the performance measures
procedures in TM 9-1430-388-12.

in the evaluation guide IAW the

TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Perfonnance Measure

Results

Note. TM 9-1430-388-12 must be used to perform
- - this task.
-~

1.

Performs SUR on the external shelter.

p

F

2.

Perfonns SUR on the internal shelter.

p

F

3.

Performs SUR on the computer system.

p

F

4.

Performs all required operational and readiness
tests.

p

F

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to personne 1.

p

F

5.

Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCE
TM 9-1430-388-12

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Skill Level 4

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061-304-3618

RUN REFERENCE SCENE GENERATION FACILITY (RSGF) DIAGNOSTICS
CONDITIONS
You will be given an operational RSGF with a malfunction that cannot be
corrected by troubleshooting and TM 9-1430-388-12.
STANDARDS
Complete the performance measures
procedures in TM 9-1430-388-12.

in the evaluation guide IAW the

TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Performance Measures

Results

Note. TM 9-1430-388-12 must be used to perform
this task.
1.

Runs chain/Q diagnostics.

p

F

2.

Runs diagnostics on the cartridge tape unit.

p

F

3.

Runs diagnostics on the cathode ray tube (CRT).

p

F

4.

Runs diagnostics on the printer 1A1A1A3.

p

F

5.

Runs diagnostics on the alphanumeric display
(AND).

p

F

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury to
personnel.

p

F

6.

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Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCE
TM 9-1430-388-12

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061-304-3619

Skill Level 4

OPERATE THE REFERENCE SCENE GENERATION FACILITY (RSGF)
CHEMICAL BIOLOGICAL (CB) EQUIPMENT
CONDITIONS
You will be given an energized RSGF with ground and power cables
emplaced and a protective entrance installed and TM 9-1430-388-12.
STANDARDS
Complete the pe~fonnance measures
procedures in TM 9-1430-388-12.

in the evaluation guide IAW the

TRAINING/EVALUATION
Evaluation Guide
Results

Perfonnance Measures
Note. TM 9-1430-388-12 must be used to perfonn
- - this task.
--

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1.

Prepares CB equipment for operation.

p

F

2.

Shuts down CB equipment.

p

F

3.

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury
to personnel.

p

F

Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed (F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.
REFERENCE
TM 9-1430-388-12

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Skill Level 4

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061-304-3620

PERFORM ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE ON THE REFERENCE
SCENE GENERATION FACILITY (RSGF) SHELTER
CONDITIONS
You will be given an RSGF, an RSGF tool kit, required expendables, and TM
9-1425-391-14.
STANDARDS
Complete the perfonnance measures
procedures in TM 9-1425-391-14.

in the evaluation guide IAW the

TRAINING/EVALAUTION
Evaluation Guide
Perfonnance Measures
Note.
-1.
2.
3.

4.

5.

Results

TM 9-1425-391-14 must be used to perform
this task.
-Performs organizational maintenance on the
air conditioner.

p

F

Performs organizational maintenance on the
cable assemblies.

p

F

Performs organizational maintenance on the CB
equipment.

p

F

Performs organizational maintenance on the
following RSGF miscellaneous equipment:

p

F

p

F

a.

Blackout mode switch.

b.

Forward entry panel.

c.

Light switch.

d.

Protective entrance.

e.

Power distribution panel lamp and lens.

Does not cause damage to equipment or injury to
personnel.

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Skill Level 4
Feedback
Score the soldier GO if all steps are passed (P). Score the soldier
NO-GO if any step is failed {F). If the soldier fails any step, show
what was done wrong and how to do it correctly.

REFERENCE
TM 9-1425-391-14

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APPENDIX A
ANSWERS FOR SELF-EVALUATION FOR TASK 071-326-5805
1.

All items of military significance.

2.

Ground or aerial surveillance.

3.

Remove camouflage or cause the enemy to disclose his presence.

4.

When sufficient time and qualified personnel are available.

5.

For inunediate military trafficability.

6.

Security measures.

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APPENDIX B
PROPONENT SCHOOL/AGENCY CODES
061

US Anny Field Artillery School
ATTN: ATSF-DIO
Fort Sill, OK 73503

071

US Anny Infantry School
ATTN: ATSH-I-V-ED
Fort Benning, GA 31905

113

US Army Signal Center and Fort Gordon
ATTN: ATZH-TD-A
Fort Gordon, GA 30905

Note. The first three numbers of the task number are the proponent
school/agency codes. This code indicates the school/agency responsible
for the task content.

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APPENDIX C
DA FORM 5164-R, HANDS-ON EVALUATION
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE TRAINER
1. A sample of DA Form 5164-R is provided in this appendix.
2. Enter the title and number of the task to be evaluated at the top of
the fonn.

In column a, enter the number of each performance step from the
evaluation guide.

3.

4. In column b, enter each performance step from the evaluation guide
that corresponds to the number in column a. (Infonnation may be
abbreviated if necessary).
5. If more than one soldier will be evaluated on the specific task or

if the same soldier will be evaluated more than once, you may locally
reproduce the partially completed DA Fonn 5164-R.

6. Before evaluating a soldier, enter the date, the evaluator's name,
and the soldier's name and unit.
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7. For each perfonnance step evaluated,

(PASS) or column d (FAIL) as appropriate.

enter a check in column c

8. Check the status block GO or NO-GO, as appropriate, by referring to

the evaluation guide for the task standard.

9. Page C-2 provides an example of a completed DA Form 5164-R.

Note to trainer. Use of this fonn is optional. However, it allows you
to maintain information on soldier proficiency at the performance/step
level.

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DA FORM 5165-R, FIELD-EXPEDIENT SQUAD BOOK
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE TRAINER
1.

A sample of DA Form 5165-R is provided in this appendix.

2.

Make all entries in pencil.

3.
Enter the task number and short title in appropriate column, or
use the preprinted fonn provided.
Record the date in the GO block if the soldier demonstrated task
4.
proficiency to soldie'r•s manual standards. Keep this fonn current by
always recording the most recent date on which the soldier demonstrated
task proficiency. See sample on page D-2.
5.
Record the date in the NO GO block if the soldier failed to demonstrate task proficiency to soldier's manual standards. Soldiers who fail
to perfonn the task should be retrained and evaluated until they can do
the task. Once the soldier performs the task correctly, enter the date
in the GO block and erase the previous entry from the NO GO block.

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6.
Read down each column {GO/NO GO) to determine the training status of
that individual. This will give the trainer a quick indication of tasks
on which a soldier needs training or needs to be checked out.
7.
Read across the rows for each task to detennine the training status
of all soldiers. The trainer can readily see on which tasks training
should be focused.
8.

Add the names of newly assigned soldiers to the blank columns.

9.
Line through the training status column of any soldier who departs
from the unit.
Note to the training manager.
The training status of groups {for
example, team, squad, platoon) can be maintained in key critical military
occupational specialties at any echelon by entering the echelon {e.g.,
1st platoon, 2d platoon, 3d platoon) in their column headings. Simply
have trainers report the percentage of their soldiers who have {GO
blocks) and have not {NO GO blocks) demonstrated proficiency on each
task, and record this information for each echelon.

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SOLDIER'S NAME

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STP 6-15El-SM AND STP 6-15E24-SM-TG
SOLDIER'S MANUAL FOR
PERSHING MISSILE CREW MEMBER
SKILL LEVEL 1

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STP 6-15El-SM AND STP 6-15E24-SM-TG
SOLDIER'S MANUAL FOR
PERSHING MISSILE CREW MEMBER
SKILL LEVEL 1

STATUS
TASK NUMBER AND SHORT TITLE

061-304-1000 Operate the 8-Ton Crane
061-304-1003 Prepare RS for Transfer
061-304-1004 Hoisting Beams
061-304-1005 Prep Msl for Transfer
061-304-1006 Prep G&C/A for Trans
061-304-1007 1st Stg to Az Ring
061-304-1008 2d Stg to 1st Stg
061-304-1009 G&C/A to 2d Stg
061-305-1002

Install Air Fins

061-304-1100 Use Signals
061-304-1101 Operate the 30 kw
061-304-1107 CM Out Dur Emolacement
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SOLDIER'S NAME

USER APPLICATION

STP 6-15El-SM AND STP 6-15E24-SM-TG
SOLDIER'S MANUAL FOR
PERSHING MISSILE CREW MEMBER
SKILL LEVEL 1

TASK NUMBER AND SHORT TITLE

061-304-1108 CM Out Dur Cntdn
061-304-1109 CM Dur Evacuation
061-304-1111

(EBW) Detonators

061-304-1113 2d Stg Initiators
061-304-1202 RS to Container
061-304-1203 G&C/A to Container
061-304-1204 2d Stg to Container
061-304-1205 1st Stg to Container
061-304-1206 Repackage the RS
061-304-1207 Repackage the G&C/A
061-304-1208 Repackage the 2d Stg
061-304-1209 Repack the 1st Stg
DA FORM 6185-R, DEC 82

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USER APPLICATION

STP 6-15El-SM AND STP 6-15E24-SM-TG
SOLDIER'S MANUAL FOR
PERSHING MISSILE CREW MEMBER
SKILL LEVEL 1

STATUS
TASK NUMBER AND SHORT T1TLE

061-304-1300 Prepare T304C for Use
061-304-1301 Disablement Monitoring
061-304-1302 Report Nuc

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061-304-1303 Inspect T-4191A
061-304-1304 Measure With T-4191A
061-304-1305 Emergency Disann
061-304-1307 Transfer WS to EL
061-304-1308 Mate RS to WS
061-304-1309 Mate WS to G&C/A
061-304-1310 WS/RS From G&C/A
061-304-1311 WS From RS and Trans
061-304-1312 Perfonn PM on WS
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SOLDIER'S NAME

USER APPUCATION

STP 6-15El-SM AND STP 6-15E24-SM-TG
SOLDIER'S MANUAL FOR
PERSHING MISSILE CREW MEMBER
SKILL LEVEL 1

STATUS
TASK NUMBER AND SHORT T1nE

061-304-1313 Fight a Fire
061-304-1314 Repackage the WS
061-304-1315 Destroy Msl Sections
061-304-1316 Perf Ver Inspect of WS
061-304-1317 Perf Rec Inspect of WS
121-004-1518 Receipt/Trans Class Mat
061-304-1402 Perfonn PMCS for GHE
061-304-1404 PMCS on the 30-kw
061-304-1406 Containers
061-304-1412 Brake Test on the EL
061-305-1300 Perf SUR on Msl Sections
061-305-1305 Perf SUR on Containers
DA FORM 5165-R, DEC 82

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USER APPLICATION

STP 6-15El-SM AND STP 6-15E24-SM-TG
SOLDIER'S MANUAL FOR
PERSHING MISSILE CREW MEMBER
SKILL LEVEL 1

STATUS
TASK NUMBER AND SHORT TITLE

113-573-4006 Use KTC 1400E Auth Sys
113-573-6001 Recog ECM/lmpl ECCM
113-573-7017 Prep MIJI Report
113-587-1050 Mount Rdo Set AN/VRC-46
113-587-2002 Op Rdo AN/VRC-64/106
113-587-2003 Operate AN/VRC-46
113-587-3077 PMCS Rdo AN/VRC-12 Ser
113-596-1068 Inst Ant Gp OE-254/GRC
113-596-3041 PMCS Ant Gp OE-254/GRC
113-609-2013 Prepare/Oper TSEC/KY-57

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SOLDIER'S NAME

USER APPUCATION

STP 6-15El-SM AND STP 6-15E24-SM-TG
SOLDIER'S MANUAL FOR
PERSHING MISSILE CREW MEMBER
SKILL LEVEL 1

STATUS
TASK NUMBER AND SHORT TITLE

113-622-1006 In Rd Set Con AN/GRA-39
113-622-2004 Op Rd Set Con AN/GRA-39
*061-304-9101 NVD
*061-304-9102 Custody of War Reserve
191-376-4117 Use Duress Code
*This task was deemed combat critical
by the USAFAS task site selection
board. However, because of the classification of the task, a soldier's
manual task summary and evaluation
guide cannot be published in an unclassified training document.

DA FORM 6185-R, DEC 82

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USER APPLICATION

STP 6-15El-SM AND STP 6-15E24-SM-TG
SOLDIER'S MANUAL FOR
PERSHING MISSILE CREW MEMBER
SKILL LEVEL 2

STATUS
TASK NUMBER AND SHORT TITLE

061-304-2000 Prep for Msl Assbly
061-304-2001 Position Equip
061-304-2002 Direct Assembly
061-304-2102 Direct Prep·of EL
061-304-2105 Direct Postfire Opns
061-304-2107 Direct Stan/Conf Count
061-304-2108 Direct Quick Count
061-304-2109 Dir Act Cd Malf
061-304-2300 Direct WS/RS Mating
061-304-2303 Prep/Use Nuc Fonns
061-304-2304 Direct Destr Msl/Equip
DA FORM 6185-R, DEC 82

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STP 6-15El-SM AND STP 6-15E24-SM-TG
SOLDIER'S MANUAL FOR
PERSHING MISSILE CREW MEMBER
SKILL LEVEL 2

STATUS
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manual task summary and evaluation
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DA FORM 6185-R, DEC 82

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GLOSSARY
Section I.

DEFINITION OF TERMS

Assembled missile.
First- and second-stage propulsion sections, a
guidance and control/adapter section, a warhead section, and a radar
section assembled on an erector-launcher (EL).
Boot procedures.
The in it i a1 programming
generation facility computer system.

of the

reference

scene

Computer prompt. The interaction of operato.r and machine based on
directions displayed on the computer screen.
Emplaced erector-launcher.
with a power source.

An erector-launcher leveled and on jacks

Erector-launcher emplaced for maintenance.
with a power source.

An erector-launcher on jacks

Ground support equipment. First- and second-stage hoisting beams, twoand four-leg slings, a reentry vehicle section sling, and accessory
kits.
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Missile body sections. First- and second-stage propulsion sections, a
guidance and control/adapter section, and a radar section.
Missile propulsion sections.

First- and second-stage propulsion sections.

Power source. A 30-kw generator or commercial power.
Standby. Missile(s) in quick-reaction alert (QRA) configuration in the
field or on a hard site.
Section II. ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
AC

alternating current

ACS

assistant chief of section

AIT

advanced individual training

ammo

ammunition

AND

alphanumeric display

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AR

Army regulation

ARTEP

Anny training and evaluation program

BCT

basic combat training

BITE

built-in test equipment

CB

chemical biological

CEOI

communications-electronics operation instructions

CHEFU

clocked high energy firing unit

COMSEC

communication security

CRT

cathode ray tube

CTT

common task test

EBW

exploding bridgewire

ECM

electronic countermeasures

ECCM

electronic counter-countermeasures

EL

erector-launcher

EMAS

emergency message authentication system

EME

electromagnetic effect

EPMS

enlisted personnel management system

EW

electronic warfare

FM

field manual

G&C/A

guidance and control/adapter

GIEU

ground integrated electronics unit

HEMTT

heavy expanded mobility tactical truck

IAW

in accordance with

IET

initial entry training

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ILA

interface logic assembly

ITEP

individual training evaluation program

kw

kilowatt

LCA

launch control assembly

MAN

Machinenfabrik Augsburg-Nurnberg

MOE

manual data entry

MIJI

meaconing, intrusion, jamming, and interference

MOS

military occupational specialty

MTP

MOS training plan

NBC

nuclear, biological, chemical

ODB

operational data base

OIC

officer in charge

OSUT

one-station unit training

PAL

pennissive action link

PCA

power control assembly

PCC

platoon control central

PCS

pennanent change of station

PE

protective entrance

PIO

Pershing identification

PLDC

primary leadership development course

PMCS

preventive maintenance checks and services

PTC

primary technical course

QRA

quick reaction alert

RLCU

remote launch control unit

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RS

radar section

RSGF

reference scene generation facility

RV

reentry vehicle

SL

skill level

SMCT

soldier's manual of common tasks

SQT

skill qualification test

STP

soldier training publication

SUR

service upon receipt

TEC

training extension course

TM

technical manual

ws

warhead section

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REFERENCES
Section I.

REQUIRED PUBLICATIONS

Required publications are sources that users must read in order to
understand or comply with this publication.
ARMY REGULATION (AR)
350-37

Army Individual Training Evaluation Program

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY (DA) FORMS

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2028

Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Fonns

2404

Equipment Inspection and Maintenance Worksheet

2407

Maintenance Request

2409

Equipment Maintenance Log (Consolidated)

5164-R

Hands-On Evaluation

5165-R

Field-Expedient Squad Book

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY (DA) PAMPHLET
351-20

The Army Correspondence Course Program Catalog

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (DD) FORM
314

Preventive Maintenance Schedule and Record

FIELD MANUALS (FMs)

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5-25

Explosives and Demolitions

5-36

Route Reconnaissance and Classification

6-11

The Pershing II Firing Battery

7-20

The Infantry Battalion (Infantry, Airborne, Air
Assault, Ranger)

17-95

Air Cavalry Platoon Handbook

21-60

Visual Signals

Reference-1

24-1

Combat Communications

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MISCELLANEOUS
ACP 125(C)

Army Communication Procedures

ACP 126(B)

Anny Communication Procedures

STP 21-1-SMCT

Soldier's Manual of Common Tasks (Skill Level 1)

STP 21-24-SMCT

Soldier's Manual of Common Tasks {Skill Levels 2,
3, and 4)

TEC Lesson
510-121-7381-A

Receipt/Transfer Classified Material

STANDARD FORM (SF)
5700

Inspection Record Card

TECHNICAL BULLETIN (TB)
9-1100-803-15

Army Nuclear Weapons Equipment Records and
Reporting Procedures

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TECHNICAL MANUALS (TMs)
5-4120-308-15

5-6115-465-12

9-1115-386-12&P

Operator, Organizational, Direct Support,
General Support, and Depot Maintenance Manual;
Air Conditioner, Compact Vertical, 208 v, 3
Phase, 50/60 Hz, 18,000 BTU/Hr Cooling, 12,000
BTU Heating (American Air Filter Model CH 620-2)
and (KECO Industries, Inc., Model FlBT-2
Operator's and Organizational Maintenance Manual
for Generator Set, Diesel Engine Driven, Tactical
Skid Mounted, 30 kw, 3 Phase, 4 Wire, 120/208
and 240/416 v (DOD Model MEP-005A), Utility Class
50/60 Hz, (Model MEP-104A) Precise Class, 50/60 Hz,
(Model MEP-114A), Precise Class 400 Hz Including
Auxiliary Equipment (DOD Model MEP-005AWE) Winterization Kit, Fuel Burning (Model MEP-005AWE), Winterization Kit, Electric, (Model MEP-005ALM), Load Bank
Kit and (Model MEP-005AWM), Wheel Mounting Kit
Operator's and Organizational Maintenance
Including Repair Parts and Special Tools List
for M266 Nuclear Warhead Section, M272 Training
Warhead Section

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Reference-2

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Operator and Organizational Maintenance Manual
for Telephone Set, TA-312/PT
Procedures for Destruction of Electronics Materiel
to Prevent Enemy Use
Procedures for Destruction of Tank-Automotive
Equipment to Prevent Enemy Use. (US Anny TankAutomotive Command)

11-5805-201-12
750-244-2
750-244-6

Section II.

RELATED PUBLICATIONS

Related publications are sources of additional information. They are not
required in order to understand this publication.
ARMY REGULATIONS (ARs)

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50-5

Nuclear Surety

(C}S0-101

Safety Rules for the Operation of the Pershing
IA Nuclear Weapon System (U)

105-3

Reporting Meaconing, Intrusion, Jamming and
Interference of Electromagnetic Systems

105-10

Communications Economy and Discipline

190-11

Physical Security of Arms, Ammunition, and
Explosives

310-1

Publications, Blank Fonns, and Printing Management

340-2

Maintenance and Disposition of Records for TOE
and certain other units of the Anny

340-18

The Anny Functional Files System

380-5

Department of the Anny Information Security
Program

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY (DA) LABELS
22

Confidential Cover Sheet

23

Secret Cover Sheet

24

Top Secret Cover Sheet

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Reference-3

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY (DA) PAMPHLET
738-750

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The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS)

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (DD) FORM
1150

Request for Issue or Turn-In

FIELD MANUALS (FMs)
5-20

Camouflage

7-8 (HTF)

The Infantry Platoon and Squad (Infantry, Airborne,
Air Assault, Ranger) (How to Fight)

7-10 (HTF)

The Infantry Rifle Company (Infantry, Airborne,
Air Assault, Ranger) (How to Fight)

19-30

Physical Security

20-22

Vehicle Recovery Operations

20-31

Electric Power Generation in the Field

21-10

Field Hygiene and Sanitation

21-20

Physical Readiness Training

21-26

Map Reading

21-30

Military Symbols

21-75

Combat Skills of the Soldier

21-305

Manual for the Wheeled Vehicle Driver

24-18

Tactical Single-Channel Radio Communications
Techniques

24-20

Field Wire and Field Cable Techniques

32-6

SIGSEC Techniques

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SUPPLY BULLETIN (SB)
11-624

Warning Notice for Vehicles in Which Radios are
Mounted
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Reference-4

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TECHNICAL BULLETINS (TBs)
385-2

Nuclear Weapons Firefighting Procedures

SIG-291

Safety measures to be Observed When Installing
and Using Whip Antennas, Field-Type Masts,
Towers, and Antennas and Metal Poles That Are
Used With Communications, Radar, and Direction
Finder Equipment

TECHNICAL MANUALS (TMs)
Operator's and Organizational Maintenance Manual
(Including Repair Parts and Special Tools List)
for Decontaminating Apparatus, Portable DS2, 1~
Quart, ABC-Mll
Operator's Manual: Decontaminating and Reim3-4230-211-10
pregnating Kit: Individual, ABC-M13
Operator's and Organizational Maintenance
3-6665-225-12
Manual: Alann, Chemical Agent, Automatic:
Portable, Manpack, MB Fixed Emplacement, MlO for
Trucks, Utility: 1/4-Ton, Mll; Truck: 3/4-Ton,
M12; Truck: 2}z-Ton, M13; Full-Tracked; Annored
Personnel Carriers and Recovery Vehicles; M14;
Carrier, Command and Reconnaissance, Annored:
M15 w/Power Supply for Truck, Utility: 1/4-Ton,
M16; Truck: 3/4-Ton, M17 and Truck 2Ja-Ton, M18
Operator, Or9anizational, Field and Depot
9-1190-217-15
Maintenance {Including Repair Parts and Special
Tools List) Operation and Maintenance Instructions With Illustrated Parts Breakdown for Dial
Indicating Depth Gage T-4191
Operator's and Organizational Maintenance Manual
9-1375-213-12
(Including Repair Parts and Special Tool Lists)
Demolition Materials
9-2320-272-10
Operator's Manual for Truck, 5-Ton, 6X6, M939
Series (Diesel); Cargo, Dropside: M923, M925,
M924, and M926; Cargo, XLWB, M927, M928; Dump:
M929, M930; Tractor: M931, M932; Van, Expansible:
M934, M935 and Medium Wrecker: M936
Operator's Organizational and Direct Support
10-8340-208-13
Maintenance Manual (Including Repair Parts and
Special Tools List): Tent, Vehicle Maintenance
w/Cover, Pins and Support
(O)ll-5810-256-0P3 Operating Procedures for Communications Security
Equipment TSEC/KY-57 in Wheeled Vehicle
(0)11-5810-312-12 TSEC/KY-57 Installation Kits
3-4230-204-12&P

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Reference-5

11-5820-401-10-1
11-5820-401-10-2
11-5820-477-12
11-5820-498-12

11-5985-357-13
11-6665-214-10
(C)39-50-8
39-100-4
743-200-1
743-200-2
743-200-3
750-244-3

Operator's Manual: Radio Sets AN/VRC-12,
AN/VRC-43, AN/VRC-44, AN/VRC-45, AN/VRC-46,
AN/VRC-47, AN/VRC-48 and AN/VRC-49 (Used
Without an Intercom System)
Operator's Manual: Radio Sets AN/VRC-12,
AN/VRC-43, AN/VRC-44, AN/VRC-45, AN/VRC-46,
AN/VRC-47, AN/VRC-48 and AN/VRC-49 (Used With
an Intercom System)
Operator's and Organizational Maintenance
Manual: Radio Set Control Groups AN/GRA-39,
AN/GRA-39A and AN/GRA-398
Operator's and Organizational Maintenance
Manual: Radio Sets, AN/VRC-53, AN/VRC-64,
AN/GRC-125 and AN/GRC-160 and Amplifier-Power
Supply Groups OA-3633/GRC and OA-3633A/GRC
Operator's, Organizational, and Direct Support
Maintenance Manual for Antenna Group, OE-254/GRC
Operator's Manual: Radiacmeters, IM-9E/PD,
IM-93/UD, and IM-93A/UD and IM-147/PD
Emergency Destruction of Nuclear Weapons
Custody Accountability and Control of Nuclear
Weapons and Nuclear Materiel
Storage and Materials Handling
Storage Modernization
Storage and Materials Handling
Generator Destruction

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TRAINING CIRCULARS (TCs)
8-3

Field Sanitation Team Training

11-8

Grounding Techniques
Section III.

PROJECTED PUBLICATIONS

Projected publication -are sources of additional information that are
scheduled for printing but are not yet available. Upon print, they
will be distributed automatically via pinpoint distribution. They
may not be obtained from the USA AG Publications Center until indexed
in DA Pamphlet 310-1.
TECHNICAL MANUALS (TMs)
9-1410-387-12
9-1425-386-10-1

Operator's and Organizational Maintenance
Manual: Pershing II Surface Attack Guided
Missile
Operator's Manual: Pershing II Weapon System
(System Description)

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9-1425-386-10-2/l
9-1425-386-10-2/2
9-1425-386-10-2/3
9-1425-386-10-3/l
9-1425-386-10-3/2
9-1425-386-10-4
9-1425-391-14
9-1430-386-20
9-1430-388-12
9-1430-392-10
9-1430-392-20
9-1430-393-14

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9-1440-389-10
9-1440-389-20
9-1450-396-14
9-2320-279-10
9-2320-282-10
9-4935-387-14
9-8140-395-14

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Operator's Manual: Pershing II Weapon System
(Firing Position Procedures)
Operator's Manual: Pershing II Weapon System
(Firing Position Procedures) Detailed Procedures
for EL OP and PCC CM 1
Operator's Manual: Pershing II Weapon System
(Firing Position Procedures) Detailed Procedures
for CM 1 Through CM 4 and PCC CM 2
Operator's Manual: Pershing II Weapon System
(Missile Assembly)
Operator's Manual: Pershing II Weapon System
(Missile Disassembly)
Operator's Manual: Pershing II Weapon System
(Classified Supplement)
Operator, Organizational, and OS/GS Maintenance
Manual: PCC/RSGF Shelter
Organizational Maintenance Manual: Platoon
Control Central
Reference Scene Generation Facility
Operator's Manual: Platoon Central Guided
Missile System
Organizational Maintenance Manual: PCC Guided
Missile System
Operator, Organizational, and OS/GS Maintenance
Manual: Electrical Cable Assembly Set and Rear
Area Electrical Cable Assembly Set, Guided
Missile System
Operator's Manual: Pershing II Erector-Launcher
Guided Missile Semitrailer Mounted XM1003
Organizational Maintenance Manual: Pershing II
Erector-Launcher Guided Missile, Semitrailer
Mounted XM1003
Organizational and Direct Support Maintenance
Manual: Ground Handling Equipment, Guided
Missile System
Operator's Manual, Truck, Tractor 10-Ton, 8X8
M983 (HEMTT)
Operator's Manual for Truck, Tractor w/Crane:
10-Ton, 8X8, MlOOl, Ml013, Ml002 and w/o Crane,
Ml014
Operator Organizational and OS/GS Maintenance
Manual: Tests Safe and ARM Recoding
Organizational and Direct Support Maintenance
Manual: Shipping and Storage Containers

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QUESTIONNAIRE
Type Unit _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
MOS/Skill Level - - - - - Current Duty Position
Years in service
Years in current duty position

Date

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Special Note to Commanders/Trainers: Results of hands-on evaluations are no longer reported for EPMS purposes. In order for
the Field Artillery School to improve its products, it is
essential that training diagnostic feedback be obtained from
the field. Upon completion of your periodic hands-on evaluations, please provide the Field Artillery School with the
consolidated results of your analysis. Strict unit anonymity
will be maintained. We are only interested in obtaining sufficient data to identify tasks and perfonnance measures that
indicate a need for improvement in our training products.
While data in any form will be accepted, the elements in the
following example would be most meaningful to us:

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Task
Number

Number of Soldiers Total Number
Evaluated
No Go

061-294-1104

20

5

Steps
Failed

------step 3(2) step 5(1)
step 6(2)

If you are aware of any externa 1 factors which affected the
results of your evaluation, please identify them. Infonnal,
handwritten feedback will be fine.
Again, this request is entirely voluntary and unit anonymity
will be maintained.
Thank you for your help.

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Questionnaire-1

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Please complete the questionnaire below by indicating the number of the
response that reflects your feeling about each statement. Please explain
overall responses of Disagree or Strongly Disagree in the corrments
section.
Strongly
No Opinion/
Strongly
Agree
Agree
Disagree
Disagree
Not Applicable
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This manual is well organized and easy to use.

2. The tasks in this manual are assigned to the proper
skill level. (Please identify tasks that you think should
be assigned to a different skill level. Give your reasons
in the comments section.)
3. The MOS Training Plan (SL 2/3/4 only) is helpful
in planning your training.
4. The location of qualification training (resident
or unit) in the MOS Training Plan is appropriate.
(Please identify any disagreements by task and explain
in the comments section.)
5. The instructions for PREEVALUATION PREPARATION
are clear and complete. (Please identif~ exceptions
by task numbers in the comments section.}

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6. The CONDITIONS for all tasks are correct.
(Please list exceptions in the conunents section.)
7. The STANDARDS for all tasks are correct and
attainable. (Please list those that are not clear
in the comments section.)
8. The steps listed in the evaluation guide for all
tasks are accurate.
9. The evaluation guidelines and hands-on evaluation
(DA Form 5164-R) are clear and easy to use.
10. The study references for each task are complete
and accurate. (Please list those that are not
in the comments section.)
11. The field-expedient squad book is useful and
easy to use.
If you need to comment on any item above or if you have any recommendations to improve this manual in any way, please write your thoughts in
the COMMENTS section.
Questionnaire-2

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If you desire a response, please provide your name and address:

Send Questionnaire to:
Commandant
US Army Field Artillery School
ATTN: ATSF-DI
Fort Sill, OK 73503-5600

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STP 6-15E24-SM-TG

11 February 1986
By Order of the Secretary of the Army:

JOHN A. WICKHAM, JR.
General, United States Army
Chief of Staff

Official:

MILDRED E. HEDBERG
Brigadier General, United States Army
The Adjutant General

DISTRIBUTION:

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Active Army: Special
USAR And ARNG: None

Additional copies may be requisitioned from the US Army Adjutant General Publications
Center, 2800 Eastern Boulevard, Baltimore, MD 21220

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GOVERN"ENT

PRINTING

OFFICEt

1986-625.044/20356

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