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FLARNG OCS Class 51 21 AUG 2011 OPORD: 5 Mile Road March 1. SITUATION a. Enemy Forces. Light / Weather Data. (Local Times) Date 21AUG High 92F Low Forecast Precipitation 87F Mostly Sunny 70% Illumination 90%

Terrain: FLANG, Camp Blanding, FL. The OCS area is urban with concrete paths, grass, and a network of roads that contain potholes. Some training areas are undeveloped and contain rolling hills, uneven terrain and heavily wooded areas covered in underbrush. Camp Blanding contains large ant hills and low lying areas that are typical habitats for snakes, spiders, ticks and other insects. b. Friendly Forces. (1) Higher Mission: N/A (2) Higher CDR Intent: N/A (3) Attachments: FLANG 256th Medical Company. Personnel assigned: TBD 2. MISSION. FLANG OCS Class 51 will conduct a 5 mile tactical road march from 0430-0630 on 21 AUG 2011.

3. EXECUTION Commander's Intent. OCS Class 51 will conduct a 5 mile tactical road march starting at 210430 AUG and ending NLT 210630 AUG. All OC’s will maintain 100% accountability of all personnel assigned and all equipment. Class 51 will complete the road march as a company and without any injuries.

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Task: Conduct PCC’s/PCI’s to ensure all equipment is accounted for and in working condition. Candidate leadership will verify that each ruck sack weighs in at no less than 37lbs.UNCLASSIFIED OPORD 5 Mile Road March Task: Review the road movement table with Class 51 to ensure that all candidates and student leadership understands the pace. Phase I: Squad leaders will conduct PCCs on each candidate in their squad to verify that each ruck sack contains the required items prior to 190400 AUG. Purpose: To ensure that all candidates are uniform and are operating as a unit. distances and signals being used during the road march. End state: OCS Class 51 will conduct a 5 mile tactical road march within allotted time frame with all personnel. Squad leaders will relay any discrepancies to their chain of command and notify their _______________ UNCLASSIFIED 2 . Purpose: To ensure that all candidates as well as student leadership understands the pace. Task: Review the ruck sack packing list and the required uniform for the road march. a. distances and signals. Ensure all OC’s are in proper uniform and have all required equipment. Purpose: To ensure that all candidates are prepared for the mission and have equipment necessary maximize safety and meet the standards. equipment without any major injuries. Concept of Operation.

The platoon sergeant will conduct a PCI of their platoon. b. After accountability. The exact SP will have the time clock positioned at it. candidates will assume the established road march formation on Panama City Street facing Avenue B.UNCLASSIFIED OPORD 5 Mile Road March platoon sergeants once their entire squad is prepared. weigh each candidate’s ruck sack to ensure they weigh at least 37lbs and relay the results to their chain of command NLT 202300 AUG. Road guards will be placed at the front and rear of the formation and will wear reflective vests.5 mile turn around point which will be at the intersection of Duval Road and Avenue C. (1) Phase I: Candidate leadership will conduct PCCs and PCIs on all candidates and their equipment as well as have all ruck sacks weighed and recorded prior to 202300 AUG. Class 51 will review the road movement table and conduct road march rehearsals as time permits during breaks in class. which is the same as the SP at 0630. At 0430 OCS class 51 will conduct a 5 mile tactical road march and return to the end point. Platoon sergeants and platoon leaders will be positioned in the middle of their platoons and will check on their candidates constantly to assess the condition of their platoon. Phase II: OCS Class 51 will move as a unit to the designated start point (SP) at the RTI parking lot entrance NLT 0420. the candidate company commander will give the signal (a waving forward movement with a chemlight) and OCS Class 51 will move out tactically according to the road movement table and follow the designated route to the 2. class leadership will get accountability of assigned personnel and equipment and the first sergeant will march the company to the barracks area for personal hygiene. Medical personnel and an ambulance will follow the company to assist any candidates that may need medical attention during the road march. Scheme of Maneuver. (2) Phase II: At 0430 hours. Class 51 will conduct first formation NLT 210400 AUG. Phase III: Upon completion of the road march. Platoon leaders will immediately inform the _______________ UNCLASSIFIED 3 . Platoon leaders will review the road movement table with their platoon during breaks from class.

Once the company commander has accountability of their company. See Appendix C (3) PLs provide a list of prior hot/cold weather injuries and list of candidates with profiles and/or allergies to student CO (4) Ensure Candidates who need special medical supplies have them on their person (bee sting kits. All candidates will weigh in their ruck sacks and have the weights recorded at a minimum weight of 37lbs. Medical support personnel and a ambulance will be requested prior to 18 AUG 2011. LBV. Class 51 will conduct rehearsals as time permits during classroom breaks. (1) Timeline. Coordinating Instructions. platoon sergeants will ensure that each candidate in their platoon maintains proper spacing and that the spacing between the two platoons is maintained as well. _______________ UNCLASSIFIED 4 . Squad leaders and platoon sergeants will identify any candidates with missing equipment and report any injuries to their chain of command. Once at the turn around point. the columns of files will turn to the outside of the formation and begin to march to the end point. Throughout the road march. class 51 will form up in the OCS parking lot and get accountability of all candidates and their equipment. Ruck Sack (b) Packing List. d. (5) Conduct PCCs/PCIs (6) Uniform and Equipment.UNCLASSIFIED OPORD 5 Mile Road March company commander of any injuries that their platoon sustains. Tasks to Maneuver Units: All necessary supplies and equipment will be requested and acquired prior to 19 AUG 2011. The first sergeant will ensure that the company maintains the pace necessary in order for the company to finish the road march in the allotted time. etc. c. See Appendix B (2) Road Movement Table. allergy medication. -Red lens issue flashlight w/ batteries -Watch (7) Student chain of command will keep strict accountability of all Candidates throughout the road march. the first sergeant will march the company to the barracks for personal hygiene. (3) Phase III: After class 51 arrives at the end point.). Class 51 will conduct PCCs and PCIs. (a) Training Area. See Annex A (c) Special Equipment. ACUs with ACH.

UNCLASSIFIED OPORD 5 Mile Road March 4. MEDEVAC and Hospitalization. 3911 or 904-682-3911. Transportation. SERVICE SUPPORT a. • Movement for all phases of operation is on foot. Material and Services. (1) N/A (2) N/A (3) N/A e. Maintenance. _______________ UNCLASSIFIED 5 . 3125 or 904682-3125 or Military Police Ext. d. • Chemlights • Rubber M16 rifles • Water Coolers (3) • Motorola Radios w/batteries and chargers • Road Guard Vests • Medical personnel assigned (TBD) • ¼ Ton Ambulance • Time Clock • Scale for Ruck Sack weigh in c. (1) Sick call: Sick Call Hours are 0530-0800 (2) Emergency: In case of emergency. • FLARNG OCS Class 51 SOP b. General. Supply. contact Range control Ext.

For Cadre Use and OC leadership upon approval.Road Movement Table _______________ UNCLASSIFIED 6 . CMD OCS Commander OFFICIAL: JOSHUA WALKER CPT Senior TAC APPENDIX: A. 2PL b.UNCLASSIFIED OPORD 5 Mile Road March 5. Command. 1PL. XO. COC: CO. Signal. COMMAND and SIGNAL a.Time Line C. ACKNOWLEDGE: SHAWN FULKER MAJ. (1) Motorola Radios.Packing List B. (1) Risk Assessment. c. Safety.

WATERPROOF (1) □ ACU (COMPLETE) (1) □ UNDERSHIRT. CARRIED OR WORN □ ACU (COMPLETE W/ ACH) (1) □ ID TAGS □ LBV. TAN (4) □ UNDERWEAR (3) □ SOCKS. BROWN (1) □ PONCHO (1) □ PONCHO LINER (1) □W/W TOPS AND BOTTOMS (1) _______________ UNCLASSIFIED 7 .UNCLASSIFIED OPORD 5 Mile Road March APPENDIX A (Standard Packing List) to OPORD 5 Mile Road March See Class 51 SOP for more details. OD (4 PR) □ W/W TOPS AND BOTTOMS (1) □ HYDRATION SYSTEM (1) □ CHEM LIGHT (1) □ PT BELT (1) □ SLEEP SYSTEM □ TOWEL. TO INCLUDE: □ FLASHLIGHT W/RED LENS (1) □ MEDTAG (IF REQUIRED) □ NOTEBOOK W/PEN & PENCIL □ CLASS 51 SOP □ WATCH RUCK SACK □ BAG.

21AUG2011 0415-0420 0420-0425 0425-0430 0430-0630 0630-0700 All All All All All First Call/Formation Movement to SP/EP PCI Movement Recovery/Hygiene OCS Area OCS Area Start Point Road March SP/EP Road March EP/OCS Area PONCHO LINER (1) _______________ BIVY COVER (1) UNCLASSIFIED *PONCHO LINER ROLLED INSIDE OF BIVY COVER 8 MRE (1) – PONCHO (1)BROKEN DOWN .UNCLASSIFIED OPORD 5 Mile Road March APPENDIX B (Time line) to OPORD 5 Mile Road March Timeline.

Turn Around Point: Intersection of Duval Road and Avenue C c. EP: Panama City Street approximately 250 meters from Avenue B 6. Halts: See SOP 4. Avenue B-Duval Road-Avenue C 5. Critical Points: a. Other Critical Points: Intersection of Panama City Street and Avenue B (CP 1) Intersection of Avenue B and Duval Road (CP 2) Intersection of Duval Road and Avenue B (CP 3) Intersection of Avenue B and Panama City Street (CP 4) _______________ UNCLASSIFIED 9 . Routes: Panama City Street. SP: Panama City Street approximately 250 meters from Avenue B b. 5 meters. Rate of March: 4km/h 2. 25 meters 3. between platoons. Distances: Between Candidates.UNCLASSIFIED OPORD 5 Mile Road March APPENDIX C (Road Movement Table) to OPORD 5 Mile Road March 1.