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HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

ARTEP 19-100-10-DRILL

MILITARY POLICE DRILLS

NOVEMBER 2003 DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Distribution authorized to United States Government agencies only to protect technical or operational information from automatic dissemination under the International Exchange Program or by other means. This determination was made on 31 July 2000. Other requests for this document will be referred to Commandant, United States Army Military Police School, ATTN: ATSJ-MP-T, Bldg 3203, 401 MANSCEN Loop, Suite 1069, Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473-8929. DESTRUCTION NOTICE: Destroy by any method that will prevent disclosure of contents or reconstruction of the document.

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Army Training and Evaluation Program No. 19-100-10-DRILL Headquarters Department of the Army Washington, DC, 28 November 2003

Military Police Drills


TABLE OF CONTENTS Page PREFACE ................................................................................................. iii Chapter 1. Safety and Training Strategy............................................ 1-1 Chapter 2. Battle Drills......................................................................... 2-1 2-1. Description and Format for Battle Drills ..................................... 2-1 2-2. Battle Drill 19-4-D0101, Use the Traveling Overwatch Technique (Squad) (Mounted) ................................................... 2-1 2-3. Battle Drill 19-4-D0102, Use the Bounding Overwatch Technique (Squad) (Mounted) ................................................... 2-8 2-4. Battle Drill 19-4-D0103, React to Indirect Fire (Squad) (Mounted) ................................................................................. 2-18 2-5. Battle Drill 19-4-D0104, React to an Ambush (Squad) (Mounted) ................................................................................. 2-22 2-6. Battle Drill 19-5-D0110, React to Contact (Mounted) .............. 2-27 2-7. Battle Drill 19-5-D0111, React to Enemy Air Attack................. 2-31 DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Distribution authorized to United States Government agencies only to protect technical or operational information from automatic dissemination under the International Exchange Program or by other means. This determination was made on 31 July 2000. Other requests for this document will be referred to Commandant, United States Army Military Police School, ATTN: ATSJ-MP-T, Bldg 3203, 401 MANSCEN Loop, Suite 1069, Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473-8929. DESTRUCTION NOTICE: Destroy by any method that will prevent disclosure of contents or reconstruction of the document. *This publication supersedes ARTEP 19-100-10-DRILL, 8 July 2003.

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Page 2-8. Battle Drill 19-5-D0112, Conduct an Emergency Evacuation of an Armored Security Vehicle (ASV) .................2-36 2-9. Battle Drill 19-5-D0113, React to a Vehicle Rollover ..............2-39 2-10. Battle Drill 19-5-D0114, React to a Mine Strike ......................2-43 2-11. Battle Drill 19-5-D0115, React to a Roadblock While Traveling Mounted (Squad) ....................................................2-47 2-12. Battle Drill 19-5-D0116, React to an Armored Security Vehicle (ASV) Rollover ...........................................................2-51 2-13. Battle Drill 19-5-D0117, Perform a Hasty Evacuation of a Disabled Armored Security Vehicle (ASV) ..............................2-55 2-14. Battle Drill 19-5-D0118, Perform a Hasty Destruction of an Armored Security Vehicle (ASV) .............................................2-58 2-15. Battle Drill 19-5-D0119, Extinguish a Fire in an Armored Security Vehicle (ASV)............................................................2-61 2-16. Battle Drill 19-5-D0120, React to a Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) Threat in an Armored Security Vehicle (ASV) ......................................................................................2-64 2-17. Battle Drill 19-5-D0121, Employ the M257 Grenade Launcher.................................................................................2-69 Chapter 3. Crew Drills .........................................................................3-1 3-1. Description and Format for Crew Drills.....................................3-1 3-2. Crew Drill 19-5-D0106, Dismount an MK19 Grenade Machine Gun (GMG) From a High-Mobility, Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) .....................................................3-1 3-3. Crew Drill 19-5-D0108, Erect an OE-254/GRC Antenna System (Team)..........................................................................3-8 3-4. Crew Drill 19-5-D0109, Engage a Target With an MK19 Grenade Machine Gun (GMG) ...............................................3-13 Appendix A - Metric Conversion Chart............................................ A-1 GLOSSARY............................................................................. Glossary-1 REFERENCES ................................................................... References-1

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Preface
This drill book provides military police (MP) platoon, squad, and team leaders with a set of standardized United States (US) Army MP drills. It is applicable to all table(s) of organization and equipment (TOE) and MP organizations at platoon echelon and below. It describes the methods that small units should use to train to proficiency. Continuous mastery of these drills is an essential baseline for all small-unit leaders. The proponent of this publication is Headquarters (HQ), US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). Submit changes for improving this publication on Department of the Army (DA) Form 2028 and forward it to Commandant, United States Army Military Police School, ATTN: ATSJ-MP-T, Bldg 3203, 401 MANSCEN Loop, Suite 1069, Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473-8929. Unless this publication states otherwise, masculine nouns and pronouns do not refer exclusively to men.

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Safety and Training Strategy


1-1. General.The success of the mission depends on the ability of the soldiers and units to execute key actions instinctively and immediately in reaction to a situation or an order. Soldiers must maintain proficiency on individual and collective tasks within a band of excellence. Therefore, training must be realistic to ensure that tasks are performed to standard during actual mission conditions. a. A battle drill is a collective action executed by a platoon or smaller element without applying a deliberate decision-making process. The action is vital to success in combat or critical to preserving life. A drill is initiated on a cue, such as an enemy action or a leader command, and is a trained response to a given stimulus. It requires minimal leader orders to accomplish and is standard throughout like units. b. A crew drill is a collective action that the crew of a weapon or piece of equipment must perform to successfully use the weapon or equipment in combat or to preserve life. This action is a trained response to a given stimulus, such as a leaders command or the state of weapons or equipment. It requires minimal leader orders to accomplish and is standard throughout the Army. c. Battle and crew drills have the following advantages: (1) They allow teams, squads, and platoons to perform critical tasks automatically because they have been practiced repetitively. (2) They reduce reaction time, increase the speed of execution, and standardize actions in crucial situations. (3) They develop leaders and build teamwork and cohesion under stress. (4) They help the soldier master his individual skills so that he knows what to do when operating alone or in the absence of direct leadership.
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(5) They instill unit discipline and operational standards for key mission situations. NOTE: Before understanding this manual, leaders must read and understand Field Manual (FM) 25-101, which describes the planning, preparation, and execution of training and FM 3-21.71 , which describes the doctrinal principles that training is based on. 1-2. Training Guidance. Drills link individual, leader, and collective tasks. They provide the doctrinal procedures that are crucial to applying tactics that ensure survival and defeat of hostile elements. The leader has the flexibility to decide which drills to use and when to use them. a. Priorities. Trainers must decide training priorities for the drills and the individual and leader tasks that support them. To do this, the leader must (1) Identify the unit's critical tactical missions. (See the company mission-essential task list [METL] tasks and the commander's training guidance.) (2) Select the drills that support specific METL-related tasks and the commanders training guidance. (3) Rank the drills according to Their importance to mission accomplishment. The unit's current level of proficiency (strengths and weaknesses). Their degree of difficulty. (4) Identify the individual and leader tasks that support the drills selected for training. (The individual and leader tasks are listed at the end of each drill.) (5) Conduct individual training. This training is the first step in the building block approach and establishes the basics for unit or collective training. Mastery of individual skills is an essential precondition for effective drill training. (6) Set up conditions for training. Until the soldier obtains proficiency, the conditions should be basic. Leaders must incorporate difficulty and realism as training progresses, including limited visibility; nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC) factors;
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and live fires. However, the task remains the same regardless of the difficulty of the conditions. b. Execution. All soldiers must master the identified individual tasks. Leaders must know the individual tasks required of their subordinates. Cross training is essential so that units can perform drills despite personnel losses. After prerequisite individual and leader training, soldiers must undergo drill training. For initial training or if the unit's proficiency is low, the lesson plan should follow the crawl, walk, and run phases of training. (1) Crawl phase (explain and demonstrate). The leader talks the soldiers through the drill, step-by-step, describing what each individual or team must do. The leader performs the following tasks for each drill: Describes the drill in general, including its purpose and importance. Describes the initiating cue, command, and combat context in which the training occurs. Describes the performance standards. Describes (in detail) the performance measures of each step. Conducts a step-by-step demonstration of the subtasks. Discusses the role of supporting individual tasks within the drill. (2) Walk phase (practice). The unit executes the drill at a slow, step-by-step pace. The leader performs the following tasks for each drill: Produces the cue that initiates the drill. Instructs each soldier to slowly perform the actions required by each step. Coaches and critiques performances during each practice run. Stops training to provide correction (as necessary). Practices drills until the unit can perform them to standard without coaching.

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(3) Run phase (perform). The leader requires the soldiers to perform the drill at full speed as if they were performing their actual mission. The leader conducts this phase of instruction as follows: Produces the cue that initiates the drill. Allows the drill to be performed, without interruption, until it is complete. Has the soldiers repeat the drill until they can perform it to standard at full speed. Reverts to the walk phase if soldiers cannot perform their tasks correctly. Varies the conditions under which the drill is performed, including the visibility, terrain, duty position, and level of mission-oriented protection posture (MOPP). Conducts an after-action review (AAR) to summarize the results of the training. Identifies training strengths and weaknesses, obtains feedback, and emphasizes key training points. (See the sample AAR in FM 25-101.) 1-3. Sustainment. Leaders conduct sustainment training to maintain the units proficiency of mastered drills. Sustainment training can overcome the loss of task proficiency and personnel changes. Trainers often find that they must retrain tasks, following the complete crawl-walk-run sequence. They can also maintain sustainment through multiechelon training. These drills are conducted the same in higher echelon situational training exercises (STXs) and field training exercises (FTXs) as they would be in a hostile environment. a. Train to retain. Retention of individual and collective task skills is a recurring training problem for commanders. Skill retention is a decreasing function of time due to the length of time between practices. To enhance retention, commanders must schedule training to acquire new skills and to maintain learned skill levels. Skill maintenance programs must include the (1) Integration of learned skills into new collective task training. (2) Use of training aids (such as checklists and color codes) to enhance old skills.
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(3) Use of positive feedback (such as on-the-spot correction and frequent AARs). b. Train to sustain proficiency. The cornerstone of the Army Training and Evaluation Program (ARTEP) is the concept of sustaining proficiency. The unit must be prepared to encounter hostile elements on short notice. To sustain proficiency, the unit must train, evaluate, and continue to train at all times. The unit commanders must develop training strategies that attain the levels of training proficiency required in mission-essential tasks. These strategies are based on the training guidance provided by higher HQ. The unit commanders must determine the frequency for each given task. Sustainment requires practice and repetition, and evaluating these practices uncovers training weaknesses. The mission outlines and sequentially smaller training components found in mission training plans (MTPs) allow the leader to select tasks and groups of tasks to aid in this process and to reduce the planning time. 1-4. Safety. a. Protection is one of the elements of combat power. Protection is the conservation of the fighting potential of a force, and safety is an intricate part of that protection. Leaders must verify the structural soundness of all training and evaluation plans from a safety viewpoint. Leaders must conduct training at levels consistent with the abilities of the soldiers being trained. They must instill an awareness of individual safety in all subordinate leaders and soldiers. Soldiers must constantly be alert for and avoid situations that may result in injury or death. b. At the training site, leaders must establish training safety overwatch procedures. Safety procedures should emphasize the adherence to standards, consideration of environmental factors (wet bulb), risk assessment, and factors contributing to and aiding in the prevention of accidents. Responsible individuals must know how to balance the risks against the training requirements and monitor conditions for safety and health hazards (to eliminate or control them). Leaders must ensure the welfare of their soldiers in all situations. c. Leaders must establish a buddy system for safety. Soldiers should maintain a safety watch on each other, with emphasis on individual safety training and first aid responsibilities. All unsafe

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conditions and unsafe acts must be recognized. Soldiers must be alert to human error and know the capabilities and limitations of the equipment and vehicles they use. Following the proper safety procedures preserves troop strength by preventing personnel losses through accidents. 1-5. Evaluation. Training standards are provided as a part of each drill, and the execution of that drill is the standard for the task or task step. a. Evaluations may be internal or external. Internal evaluations are conducted at all levels and must be inherent in all training. External evaluations are usually more formal and are conducted by the next higher HQ. b. Failure to evaluate each task every time it is executed is a critical weakness. The ARTEP concept is based on simultaneous training and evaluation. Every exercise provides the potential for evaluation feedback. Every evaluation is a training session. To optimize training, trainers and leaders must evaluate training as it is performed. c. Place emphasis on direct on-the-spot evaluations. Correcting poor performance during drills is easy to do. However, in higherlevel exercises with outside evaluators, this is usually not feasible. The habit of leader evaluations at every level makes the difference. AARs should be planned at frequent, logical intervals during exercises (usually after the completion of a major event). This is a proven technique that allows for corrections of performance shortcomings while they are still fresh in the soldier's mind. Additionally, it gets everyone involved and prevents the reinforcement of bad habits by not allowing for a repeat of poor performance. d. FMs 7-0 and 25-101 provide detailed instructions for conducting an AAR. They also provide detailed guidance on coaching and critiquing training. 1-6. Feedback. The United States Army Military Police School (USAMPS) requests your recommendations for improvement of this drill book. Your feedback will help ensure that this book stays current with new equipment and operational concepts that the MP will employ in the diverse missions of tomorrow.

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Chapter 2

Battle Drills
2-1. Description and Format for Battle Drills. A battle drill is a collective action executed by a platoon or smaller element without the application of a deliberated decision-making process. The action is vital to success in combat or critical to preserving life. 2-2. Battle Drill 19-4-D0101. TASK: Use the Traveling Overwatch Technique (Squad) (Mounted) (19-4-D0101) CONDITIONS (CUE) : The squad is moving using the traveling technique, and the squad leader determines that hostile contact is possible. This drill begins when possible hostile elements are reported in the area of operation (AO) or at the direction of the squad or team leader. STANDARDS: The squad moves from the traveling technique to the traveling overwatch technique. The squad maintains the proper interval and formation and ensures continuous all-around security. SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS:
References STP 19-95B1-SM Task Number 071-329-1030 Task Title Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted Drive Cargo Vehicle on Side Roads and Unimproved Roads Drive Vehicle With or Without Trailer/Semitrailer in Blackout Conditions Drive Vehicle With Automatic Transmission Supervise Convoy Security Operations

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551-721-1366 STP 19-95B24-SM-TG 191-378-4300

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ARTEP 19-100-10-DRILL STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT 071-326-0513 071-329-1004 Select Temporary Fighting Positions Determine the Elevation of a Point on the Ground Using a Map Convert Azimuths Orient a Map Using a Lensatic Compass Locate an Unknown Point on a Map and on the Ground by Resection

071-329-1009 071-329-1011 071-329-1015

ILLUSTRATIONS: N/A SETUP INSTRUCTIONS: a. Resources. (1) Table(s) of organization and equipment (TOE) assigned personnel and equipment. (2) Maps. b. Training Site. The training site should have the following: (1) An area large enough for a mounted squad to move crosscountry or on existing road networks. (2) Enough natural vegetation and terrain relief for the squad to select a route with available cover and concealment. c. Unit Instruction. None. TALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: a. Orientation. The mission objective is to perform area security operations. To perform this drill in a tactical situation, the squad must move mounted using the traveling overwatch technique. b. Safety. The unit must observe the safety measures outlined in applicable safety directives, technical manuals (TMs), and field manuals (FMs). c. Demonstration (optional). If a nearby unit has successfully performed this drill, have that unit provide a demonstration. During the demonstration, explain what is being done and why, using the

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performance measures as a guide. After the demonstration, summarize what was performed by the demonstrating unit. d. Explanation. (1) Explain the objective in your own words. (2) Explain the duties of the team members, including the leaders, drivers, and gunners. (3) Sketch a diagram showing the actions to be taken by each team. (4) Ask if there are any questions, and ensure that all questions are answered before beginning the drill. (5) Have each team member explain his part in the drill. (6) Make corrections as necessary. WALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: Have the squad perform a walk-through exercise before performing the drill with vehicles. Point out critical actions that the squad may have to perform as it moves. Switch team positions, and have each team practice as the lead and trail elements. If possible, switch terrain or approach the same piece of ground from a different direction, and have the squad execute the drill to standard. TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES: 1. The squad leader directs the squad to perform the traveling overwatch technique. (See Figure 19-4-D0101-1, page 2-4.) 2. The squad leader assumes a position in the column where he can best control the formation. 3. The teams orient their vehicle weapons on their primary area of responsibility, while maintaining continuous all-around security. a. The lead element (Team A) orients their vehicle weapon to the front. b. The gunner in the squad leader's vehicle (Team B) acts as the air guard. c. The rear vehicle (Team C) orients their vehicle weapon to the rear.

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Figure 19-4-D0101-1 Traveling Overwatch Technique 4. The squad moves in a column with the lead element (Team A) out in front, moving continuously and along designated routes.

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NOTE: The distance between vehicles is determined based on the mission, enemy, terrain, troops, time available, and civilian considerations (METT-TC). 5. The trail elements (Teams B and C) key in on the lead element's rate-of-march to maintain the proper interval and visual contact and deliver suppressive fires. THE DRILL ENDS. REFERENCES: ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP ARTEP 19-313-30-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D10-MTP ARTEP 19-333 D30-MTP ARTEP 19-472-MTP ARTEP 19-476-MTP ARTEP 19-546-MTP ARTEP 19-647-30-MTP ARTEP 19-667-30-MTP ARTEP 19-710-MTP ARTEP 19-880-MTP ARTEP 19-886-MTP FM 3-19.1 FM 90-40 STP 19-95B1-SM COACHING POINT: There are no coaching points for this drill. RUN-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: The soldiers should practice this drill until they can perform it according to standard without the drill book. The initial run-through exercise should be conducted slowly. The soldiers should change positions in order to learn the different steps and standards. PERFORM: Evaluate the soldiers when they can perform this drill to standard.

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ARTEP 19-100-10-DRILL SUPPORTED T&EOs ARTEP NUMBER ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP T&EO NUMBER 19-3-1102 T&EO TASK TITLE Conduct Route Reconnaissance and Surveillance Conduct Route Regulation Enforcement Perform Temporary Route Signing Provide Escort for the Fox Vehicle Conduct an Area Reconnaissance Conduct a Zone Reconnaissance Conduct Convoy Security Conduct a Movement to Contact Conduct a Screen Conduct Quartering Party Operations Secure Downed Aircraft Perform Temporary Route Signing (Digital Military Police [MP] Platoon) Provide Escort for the Fox Vehicle (Digital Military Police [MP] Platoon) Conduct an Area Reconnaissance (Digital Military Police [MP] Platoon)

19-3-1202 19-3-1203 19-3-1501 19-3-2002 19-3-2003 19-3-2004 19-3-2209 19-3-2212 19-3-2404 19-3-2405 ARTEP 19-333-D10-MTP 19-3-D123

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2-3. Battle Drill 19-4-D0102. TASK: Use the Bounding Overwatch Technique (Squad) (Mounted) (19-4-D0102) CONDITIONS (CUE): The squad is mounted and using the traveling overwatch technique. The squad leader determines if hostile contact is expected. This drill begins when the squad comes in contact with hostile elements or the squad leader directs his personnel to begin the drill. STANDARDS: The squad moves from the traveling overwatch technique to the bounding overwatch technique, moving forward in increments suited to the range of weapons, fields of fire, and available cover and concealment. The squad maintains continuous all-around security. SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS:
References STP 19-95B1-SM Task Number 071-329-1030 Task Title Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Mounted Drive Cargo Vehicle on Side Roads and Unimproved Roads Drive Vehicle With or Without Trailer/Semitrailer in Blackout Conditions Drive Vehicle With Automatic Transmission Use Techniques of Movement for Mounted Military Police (MP) Squad Supervise Convoy Security Operations Select Temporary Fighting Positions

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071-329-1009 071-329-1011 071-329-1014

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ILLUSTRATIONS: N/A SETUP INSTRUCTIONS: a. Resources. (1) Table(s) of organization and equipment (TOE) assigned personnel and equipment. (2) Maps. b. Training Site. The training site should provide the following: (1) An area large enough for a mounted squad to move crosscountry or on existing road networks. (2) Enough natural vegetation and terrain relief for the squad to select a route that makes use of available cover and concealment. c. Unit Instruction. None. TALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: a. Orientation. The mission is to perform area security operations. To do this in a tactical situation, the unit must move using the bounding overwatch technique while mounted. b. Safety. Ensure that the squad observes the safety measures outlined in applicable safety directives, technical manuals (TMs), and field manuals (FMs). c. Demonstration (optional). If a nearby unit has successfully performed this drill, have that unit perform a demonstration.
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During the demonstration, explain what is being done and why, using the performance measures as a guide. After the demonstration, summarize what was performed by the demonstrating unit. d. Explanation. (1) Explain the objective in your own words. (2) Explain the duties of team leaders, drivers, and gunners. (3) Sketch a diagram showing the actions to be taken by each team. (4) Ask if there are any questions, and ensure that the questions are answered before beginning the drill. (5) Have each team member explain his part in the drill. (6) Make corrections as necessary. WALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: The squad leader walks the squad through the drill before performing the drill with vehicles and points out critical actions that the squad may have to perform as it moves. Instruct the teams to switch positions, and have each team practice as the lead and the trail elements. If possible, switch the terrain or approach the same piece of ground from a different direction, and have the squad execute the drill to standard. TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES: 1. The squad leader a. Directs the squad to begin the bounding overwatch technique. b. Specifies the method (successive or alternate) to use. c. Directs his vehicle to a position that provides the best command and control. 2. The squad begins moving, maintaining all-around security. a. See Figure 19-4-D0102-1 to use successive bounds. (1) The lead element (Team A) advances to a position where it can overwatch the move of the trail elements (Teams B and C) and sets an overwatch.

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Figure 19-4-D0102-1 Successive Bounds (2) The trail elements (Teams B and C) move up to positions where they can overwatch the advance of the lead element (Team A). (3) The teams repeat steps 2a(1) and 2a(2), moving in turn. b. See Figure 19-4-D0102-2 , page 2-12, to use alternate bounds.

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Figure 19-4-D0102-2 Alternate Bounds (Step 1) (1) The lead element (Team A) advances to a position where it can overwatch the advance of the trail elements (Teams B and C) and sets an overwatch. (2) The team in the second position (Team B) moves forward to a position as near as possible to Team A to provide an overwatch. The team in the third position (Team C) bounds forward. (See Figure 19-4-D0102-3.)

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Figure 19-4-D0102-3 Alternate Bounds (Step 2) (3) Team C advances beyond the overwatching elements by bounding around and beyond their positions to a new overwatch position and sets an overwatch. (See Figure 19-4-D0102-4, page 2-14.) (4) Team B moves forward to a new position as near as possible to Team C to provide an overwatch when Team A bounds forward and begins overwatching. (See Figure 19-4-D0102-5, page 2-15.)

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Figure 19-4-D0102-4 Alternate Bounds (Step 3) (5) Team A advances beyond the overwatching elements by bounding around and beyond their positions and assuming a new overwatch position.

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Figure 19-4-D0102-5 Alternate Bounds (Step 4) (6) All elements repeat steps 2b(2) through 2b(4), moving in turn. THE DRILL ENDS. REFERENCES: ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP ARTEP 19-313-30-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D10-MTP ARTEP 19-546-MTP ARTEP 19-647-30-MTP ARTEP 19-667-30-MTP ARTEP 19-710-MTP ARTEP 19-880-MTP ARTEP 19-886-MTP FM 101-5-1 FM 11-32 FM 21-31 FM 21-75

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FM 22-100 FM 3-19.1 FM 3-25.26 FM 5-33 STP 19-95B1-SM STP 21-24-SMCT COACHING POINT: The overwatch positions must offer cover and concealment, good observation and fields of fire against potential enemy positions, and visual contact with trail elements at all times. Teams must move in lanes to avoid the possibility of fratricide. RUN-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: The soldiers should practice this drill until they can perform it according to standard without the drill book. The initial run-through exercise should be conducted slowly. The soldiers should change positions to learn the different steps. PERFORM: Evaluate the soldiers when they can perform this drill to standard.
SUPPORTED T&EOs ARTEP NUMBER ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP T&EO NUMBER 19-3-1102 19-3-1202 19-3-1203 19-3-1204 T&EO TASK TITLE Conduct Route Reconnaissance and Surveillance Conduct Route Regulation Enforcement Perform Temporary Route Signing Provide Military Police (MP) Support to a Passage of Lines Operation Provide Escort for the Fox Vehicle Conduct an Area Reconnaissance Conduct a Zone Reconnaissance Conduct Convoy Security Conduct a Movement to Contact

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ARTEP 19-100-10-DRILL 19-3-2404 19-3-2405 ARTEP 19-333-D10-MTP 19-3-D123 Conduct Quartering Party Operations Secure Downed Aircraft Perform Temporary Route Signing (Digital Military Police [MP] Platoon) Provide Escort for the Fox Vehicle (Digital Military Police [MP] Platoon) Conduct an Area Reconnaissance (Digital Military Police [MP] Platoon) Conduct Convoy Security (Digital Military Police (MP) Platoon) Conduct Quartering Party Operations (Digital Military Police [MP] Platoon) Secure a Downed Aircraft (Digital Military Police [MP] Platoon) Conduct Evacuation by a Vehicle Conduct Convoy Security

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19-3-D245 ARTEP 19-647-30-MTP ARTEP 19-667-30-MTP 19-3-3506 19-3-2004

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2-4. Battle Drill 19-4-D0103. TASK: React to Indirect Fire (Squad) (Mounted) (19-4-D0103) CONDITIONS (CUE): The squad is moving mounted and hears or sees rounds impacting. The squad comes under hostile fire. The squad leader directs his personnel to react to the fire. STANDARDS: The squad moves out of the impact area in the direction and distance directed by the squad leader. SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS:
References STP 21-1-SMCT Task Number 071-326-0510 Task Title React to Indirect Fire While Dismounted

ILLUSTRATIONS: N/A SETUP INSTRUCTIONS: a. Resources. (1) Table(s) of organization and equipment (TOE). (2) Assigned personnel and equipment. (3) Artillery simulators. b. Training Site. The training site should provide the following: (1) An area large enough for a mounted squad to move crosscountry or on existing road networks. (2) Enough natural vegetation and terrain relief to allow the squad to select a route that makes use of available cover and concealment. c. Unit Instructions. The squad leader must specify the movement technique, the formation, and the sectors of observation. TALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: a. Orientation. Perform area security operations. To perform security operations in a tactical situation, the squad must be able to react to indirect fire.

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b. Safety. Ensure that the squad uses the safety measures given in the safety directives and applicable technical manuals (TMs) and field manuals (FMs). c. Demonstration (optional). If a nearby unit has successfully performed this drill, have that unit demonstrate it. During the demonstration, explain what is being performed and why, using the performance measures as a guide. After the demonstration, summarize what was performed by the demonstrating unit. d. Explanation. (1) Tell the squad, in your own words, everything about reacting to indirect fire. (2) Explain the duties and responsibilities of each squad member. (3) Sketch a diagram showing the actions to be performed by each squad member. (4) Ask if there are any questions, and ensure that all questions are answered prior to beginning the drill. (5) Have each squad member explain his part in the drill. (6) Make corrections as necessary. WALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: Have the squad perform a walk-through exercise before performing the drill at full speed. Point out critical actions that the squad may have to perform as it moves. Switch team positions, and have each team practice as the lead and trail elements. TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES: 1. The squad leader announces the distance and direction of the move. 2. The squad leader executes the movement of vehicles. 3. The squad establishes all-around security at the rally point. 4. The squad leader visually accounts for personnel and equipment. 5. The squad or team leader submits a shelling report (SHELREP) (Refer to FM 3-09.12.)

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THE DRILL ENDS. REFERENCES: ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP ARTEP 19-313-30-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D10-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D30-MTP ARTEP 19-647-30-MTP ARTEP 19-667-30-MTP ARTEP 19-710-MTP ARATEP 19-880-MTP FM 3-09.12 FM 3-19.1 FM 7-7 FM 90-40 STP 19-95B1-SM COACHING POINT: The direction of travel is always considered 12 o'clock (see FM 7-7 ). Use the existing standing operating procedures (SOPs) when training this drill. RUN-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: The soldiers should practice this drill until they can perform it according to the standard without the drill book. The initial run-through exercise should be conducted slowly. The soldiers should change positions in order to learn all steps and standards. PERFORM: Evaluate the soldiers when they can perform this drill to standard.
SUPPORTED T&EOs ARTEP NUMBER ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP T&EO NUMBER 19-3-2004 19-3-2101 19-3-2201 19-3-2209 T&EO TASK TITLE Conduct Convoy Security Provide Security for Designated Persons Conduct Response Force Operations Conduct a Movement to Contact

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2-5. Battle Drill 19-4-D0104. TASK: React to an Ambush (Squad) (Mounted) (19-4-D0104) CONDITIONS (CUE): A squad, moving mounted, is ambushed. This drill begins when the squad is ambushed by a hostile element or the squad leader directs his personnel to conduct this drill. STANDARDS: The squad returns fire, breaks contact with the hostile element, and moves to the designated rally point. SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS:
References STP 19-95B1-SM Task Number 191-376-4110 Task Title Perform as a Member of an In-Transit Security Team Conduct a Disengagement by a Platoon While Under Enemy Pressure Move Under Direct Fire

STP 19-95B24-SM-TG

071-326-5832

STP 21-1-SMCT

071-326-0502

ILLUSTRATIONS: N/A SETUP INSTRUCTIONS: a. Resources. (1) Table(s) of organization and equipment (TOE) assigned personnel and equipment. (2) Maps. (3) Opposing forces (OPFOR). b. Training Site. The training site should include the following: (1) An area large enough for a mounted squad to move crosscountry or on existing road networks. (2) Enough natural vegetation and terrain relief to provide cover and concealment.

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(3) An area sufficient for maneuvering. c. Unit Instructions. None. TALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: a. Orientation. The mission objective is to perform area security. To do this in a tactical situation, the squad or team must be prepared to react to an enemy ambush. Initially, this drill should be conducted slowly. Ensure that personnel are aware that terrain can conceal or protect OPFOR. b. Safety. Ensure that all personnel follow the safety measures outlined in applicable safety directives, technical manuals (TMs), and field manuals (FMs). Ensure that safety procedures are prescribed for dismounting the vehicles. Use blank ammunition to simulate a real battle. Ensure that ammunition is not fired directly at anyone within 10 meters of the firing position. c. Demonstration (optional). If a nearby unit has successfully performed this drill, have that unit demonstrate it. During the demonstration, explain what is being done and why, using the performance measures as a guide. After the demonstration, summarize the actions performed by the demonstrating unit. d. Explanation. (1) Tell the squad, in your own words, everything about reacting to an ambush. (2) Explain the duties and responsibilities of each squad member. (3) Sketch a diagram showing the actions to be performed by each squad member. (4) Ask if there are any questions, and ensure that all questions are answered before beginning the drill. (5) Have each squad member explain his part in the drill. (6) Make corrections as necessary. WALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: Have the squad or team perform a walk-through exercise before performing the drill at full speed. Point out critical actions that the soldiers may have to perform during this drill. Switch team positions, and have each team practice as the lead and trail elements.
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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES: 1. The squad reacts to the ambush. 2. The gunners of vehicles in the kill zone, without order or signal, immediately return suppressive fire at the hostile element. a. The drivers of vehicles in the kill zone quickly maneuver their vehicles out of the kill zone. b. The team leaders signal contact and indicate the direction of contact. 3. The gunners of vehicles not in the kill zone provide suppressive fire to support the escape of vehicles in the kill zone. NOTE: Teams not in the kill zone when the ambush begins must ensure that they stay out of the kill zone when engaging the hostile element. 4. The teams break contact and move to a predesignated rally point to reorganize. 5. At the rally point, the squad establishes all-around security and accounts for personnel and equipment. 6. The squad leader submits a size, activity, location, unit, time, and equipment (SALUTE) report. THE DRILL ENDS. REFERENCES: ARTEP 19-100-10-DRILL ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP ARTEP 19-313-30-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D10-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D30-MTP ARTEP 19-647-30-MTP ARTEP 19-667-30-MTP ARTEP 19-710-MTP ARTEP 19-880-MTP FM 3-19.1 STP 19-95B1-SM COACHING POINT: There is no set way to break contact. Each squad member must act according to the situation. Smoke can help conceal vehicles in the kill zone. Commanders must ensure that the
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crews of the vehicles having the Light-Vehicle, Obscuration Smoke System (LVOSS) know how to employ it. RUN-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: The soldiers should practice this drill until they can perform it according to standard without the drill book. The initial run-through exercise should be conducted slowly. The soldiers should change positions in order to learn the different steps and standards. PERFORM: Evaluate the soldiers when they can perform this drill to standard.
SUPPORTED T&EOs ARTEP NUMBER ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP T&EO NUMBER 19-3-2004 19-3-2014 19-3-2101 19-3-2201 19-3-2209 19-3-2210 19-3-2211 19-3-2405 ARTEP 19-333-D10-MTP 19-3-D201 T&EO TASK TITLE Conduct Convoy Security Provide In-Transit Security Provide Security for Designated Persons Conduct Response Force Operations Conduct a Movement to Contact Conduct a Deliberate Attack Conduct a Hasty Attack Secure Downed Aircraft Provide In-Transit Security (Digital Military Police [MP] Platoon)

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2-6. Battle Drill 19-5-D0110. TASK: React to Contact (Mounted) (19-5-D0110) CONDITIONS (CUE): A military police (MP) squad makes contact with a hostile element. This drill begins when a squad comes in contact with a hostile element, or the squad leader directs his personnel to conduct the drill. STANDARDS: The squad opens fire immediately, targeting the hostile elements with well-aimed fire. The squad leader identifies the enemy position and types of weapons used and calls for fire or destroys the element (if capable). SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS:
References STP 21-1-SMCT Task Number 071-326-0502 Task Title Move Under Direct Fire

ILLUSTRATIONS: N/A SETUP INSTRUCTIONS: a. Resources. (1) Personnel and table(s) of organization and equipment (TOE) organizational equipment assigned to the squad. (2) Maps with overlays. b. Training Site. Ensure that the training site offers cover and concealment and the proper terrain for maneuvering. TALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: a. Orientation. The mission objective is to perform the proper procedures when reacting to hostile contact. The mission objective is met when the squad locates and engages a known or suspected hostile position and delivers well-aimed fire. b. Safety. The squad must properly identify the hostile element and their position before firing weapons. After the mission is complete, all weapons must be cleared and placed on safe. Ensure that safety procedures are prescribed for dismounting vehicles. Use blank ammunition to simulate a real battle. The ammunition should not be fired directly at anyone within 10 meters of the firing

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position. If available, utilize the Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System (MILES) equipment to simulate contact. c. Demonstration (optional). If a nearby unit has successfully completed this drill, have that unit demonstrate it. During the demonstration, explain what is being done and why, using the performance measures as a guide. After the demonstration, summarize what was performed. d. Explanation. (1) Tell the squad everything that is required when reacting to hostile contact. (2) Explain the duties and responsibilities of the squad members. Remind personnel to observe all safety measures when engaging the hostile element. WALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: Have the squad perform a walk-through exercise before performing the drill at full speed. Point out critical actions that personnel may have to perform during the drill. Have the teams switch positions to practice the procedures for each position. TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES: 1. The squad immediately moves all vehicles to the nearest covered or concealed position (if moving). 2. The squad engages the hostile element with all available weapons. 3. The squad leader determines if there is sufficient combat power to suppress, bypass, or destroy the hostile elements. NOTE: If the squad does not have sufficient combat power, the squad leader should call for and adjust fire (mortars and artillery) or request close air support (CAS) (if available) prior to breaking contact using the Light-Vehicle, Obstruction-Screening System (LVOSS). The squad leader may designate a new rally point. 4. If the squad leader has sufficient combat power to destroy the hostile element and fires and CAS are unavailable

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a. The squad leader designates teams. The support team lays suppressive fire while the assault teams sweep across the objective and destroy the hostile elements. b. The teams maintain radio contact or have visual signals for shift and lift fires. c. The support team uses antitank weapons to destroy bunkers and built-up positions. d. Teams A and B bound across the objective, destroying the enemy. e. Teams A and B clear all bunkers and built-up positions on the objective. 5. The squad leader reports hostile contact and provides a situation report (SITREP) to higher headquarters (HQ) using the size, activity, location, unit, time, and equipment (SALUTE) report format. 6. The squad leader reconsolidates personnel and requests additional personnel and weapons from HQ (if required). THE DRILL ENDS. REFERENCES: ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP ARTEP 19-313-30-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D10-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D30-MTP ARTEP 19-647-30-MTP ARTEP 19-667-30-MTP ARTEP 19-710-MTP ARTEP 19-880-MTP ARTEP 19-886-MTP FM 3-19.1 FM 90-40 STP 19-95B1-SM COACHING POINT: There are no coaching points for this drill. RUN-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: The soldiers should practice this drill until they can perform it according to standard without using the drill book. The initial run-through exercise should be

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conducted slowly. The soldiers should change positions to learn all steps. PERFORM: Evaluate the soldiers when they can perform this drill according to standard.
SUPPORTED T&EOs ARTEP NUMBER ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP T&EO NUMBER 19-3-2004 19-3-2014 19-3-2209 19-3-2210 19-3-2211 19-3-2212 19-3-2405 ARTEP 19-333-D10-MTP 19-3-D201 T&EO TASK TITLE Conduct Convoy Security Provide In-Transit Security Conduct a Movement to Contact Conduct a Deliberate Attack Conduct a Hasty Attack Conduct a Screen Secure Downed Aircraft Provide In-Transit Security (Digital Military Police [MP] Platoon) Conduct an Area Reconnaissance (Digital Military Police [MP] Platoon) Conduct a Zone Reconnaissance (Digital Military Police [MP] Platoon) Conduct Convoy Security (Digital Military Police [MP] Platoon) Secure a Downed Aircraft (Digital Military Police [MP] Platoon) Conduct Convoy Security

19-3-D202

19-3-D203

19-3-D204

19-3-D245

ARTEP 19-667-30-MTP

19-3-2004

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2-7. Battle Drill 19-5-D0111. TASK: React to Enemy Air Attack (19-5-D0111) CONDITIONS (CUE): The squad is escorting a convoy and observes or is attacked by hostile aircraft (Red Air). This drill begins when the squad is attacked by a hostile element or the squad or team leader directs his personnel to conduct the drill. STANDARDS: The squad reacts immediately to the enemy air attack, minimizing casualties and damage. The squad should be able to continue the mission following the attack. SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS:
References STP 21-24-SMCT Task Number 441-091-3001 Task Title Direct Unit Air Defense

ILLUSTRATIONS: N/A SETUP INSTRUCTIONS: a. Resources. (1) Table(s) of organization and equipment (TOE) assigned personnel and equipment. (2) A convoy of trucks with a convoy commander. b. Training Site. The training site should be an area large enough to accommodate a truck convoy. An unimproved road with at least 15 kilometers before and 5 kilometers behind the Red Air site is recommended. c. Unit Instructions. The squad should perform operator maintenance on vehicles and equipment. TALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: a. Orientation. This drill is conducted to provide military police (MP) guidelines on defending against a hostile air attack during a convoy escort. b. Safety. Ensure that safety procedures are prescribed for dismounting the vehicles. Use blank ammunition to simulate a real battle. Do not fire the ammunition directly at anyone within 10 meters.

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c. Demonstration (optional). If a nearby unit has successfully completed this drill, have that unit demonstrate it. During the demonstration, explain what is being done and why, using the performance measures as a guide. After the demonstration, summarize what was performed. d. Explanation. (1) The squad leader should answer all questions before beginning the drill. (2) The squad leader explains the duties and responsibilities of the squad, reminding all personnel to observe all safety measures. WALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: Have the squad or team perform a walk-through exercise before performing the drill at full speed. Point out critical actions that the squad or team may have to perform during the drill. Switch team positions, and have each team practice the procedures for that position. TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES: 1. The squad performs the following actions while moving: a. The guards warn the convoy commander of attacking aircraft, providing direction and distance information. b. The drivers move the vehicles into a wooded area or tree line to gain overhead concealment (if the situation permits) or to the shoulder of the road and form a herringbone formation. c. The drivers maintain the vehicles at 150-meter intervals (terrain permitting). d. Personnel dismount rapidly and take up firing positions. NOTE: Obtain the firing position by lying on your back. e. Personnel immediately return fire if attacked or commanded to do so by the convoy commander. (Refer to Figure 19-5-D0111-1.) NOTE: Begin firing about two football fields in front of the nose of a fixed-wing aircraft and one-half a football field in front of the nose of a rotary wing aircraft. f. Following the attack, personnel reassemble the vehicles and treat and evacuate casualties.

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Figure 19-5-D0111-1 Rules for Selecting the Aim Point g. Personnel assess the damage and submit a size, activity, location, unit, time, and equipment (SALUTE) report to the operational headquarters. 2. The squad performs the following actions while stationary: a. Personnel sound the attack alarm. b. Personnel immediately seek overhead cover and concealment and take up firing positions. c. Following the attack, personnel reassemble the vehicles and treat and evacuate casualties. d. Personnel assess the damage and submit a SALUTE report to the operational headquarters. e. The squad moves or displaces, as appropriate.

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THE DRILL ENDS. REFERENCES: ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP ARTEP 19-313-30-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D10-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D30-MTP ARTEP 19-647-30-MTP ARTEP 19-667-30-MTP ARTEP 19-710-MTP ARTEP 19-880-MTP ARTEP 19-886-MTP FM 3-19.1 FM 90-40 STP 19-95B1-SM COACHING POINT: There are no coaching points for this drill. RUN-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: The soldiers should practice this drill until they can perform it according to standard without using the drill book. The initial run-through exercise should be conducted slowly. The soldiers should change positions in order to learn all steps. PERFORM: Evaluate the soldiers when they can perform this drill according to standard.
SUPPORTED T&EOs ARTEP NUMBER ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP T&EO NUMBER 19-3-2004 19-3-2201 19-3-2204 19-3-2205 19-3-2209 19-3-2210 T&EO TASK TITLE Conduct Convoy Security Conduct Response Force Operations Conduct Security of a Critical Site Conduct Security of a Command Post Conduct a Movement to Contact Conduct a Deliberate Attack

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2-8. Battle Drill 19-5-D0112. TASK: Conduct an Emergency Evacuation of an Armored Security Vehicle (ASV) (19-5-D0112) CONDITIONS (CUE): A unit is in an emergency situation and has been given an order to evacuate a military police (MP) ASV. This drill begins when personnel must exit the vehicle due to the risk of serious injury or death. STANDARDS: All personnel and equipment evacuate the vehicle within five minutes. ILLUSTRATIONS: N/A SETUP INSTRUCTIONS: a. Resources. Table(s) of organization and equipment (TOE) assigned personnel and equipment and an ASV. b. Training Site. The training site should provide a space large enough for parking and exiting the vehicle and offer cover and concealment for establishing firing positions. c. Unit Instructions. None. TALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: a. Orientation. The mission is to demonstrate the proper steps for conducting an emergency evacuation of an ASV. b. Safety. Ensure that all weapons are on safe before exiting the vehicle. Coordinate personnel and equipment movement to avoid injuries or accidents. NOTE: Ensure that personnel understand the need for performing this action correctly. c. Demonstration (optional). If a nearby unit has successfully completed this drill, have that unit demonstrate it. During the demonstration, explain what is being done and why, using the performance measures as a guide. After the demonstration, summarize what was performed. d. Explanation. (1) Tell the soldiers everything that is required to conduct an emergency evacuation of the vehicle.

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(2) Explain the duties and responsibilities of the crew members. Remind the crew members to observe all safety measures while exiting the vehicle. WALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: Have the crew members perform a walk-through exercise before performing the drill at full speed. Point out critical actions that must be performed during the drill. Switch team positions, and have each team practice the procedures for that position. TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES: 1. The vehicle commander uses the intercom system to alert the crew or, if the intercom system does not work, commands, "Bail out." NOTE: Personnel should use the ASV as a cover from hostile fire when exiting. 2. The gunner a. Turns the turret so the weapon is not blocking the hatch. b. Turns the turret power switch off and announces, "Weapon clear." c. Disconnects his combat vehicle crewman (CVC) helmet. d. Secures his weapon, Kevlar helmet, and load-carrying equipment (LCE). e. Evacuates the vehicle through the hatch (if possible) or the side door opposite the hostile fire. 3. The driver a. Stops the vehicle. b. Shuts down the vehicle by turning the fuel shutoff switch and announces, "Vehicle secure." c. Disconnects his CVC helmet and unfastens his seat belt. d. Secures his weapon, Kevlar helmet, manpack radio, and LCE. e. Evacuates the vehicle through the hatch (if possible) or the side door opposite the hostile fire. 4. The vehicle commander a. Announces, "Bail out."

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b. Turns off the master power to the turret when the gunner announces, "Weapon clear." c. Turns off the vehicle master power switch when the driver announces, "Vehicle secure." d. Disconnects his CVC helmet and unfastens his seat belt. e. Secures his weapon, Kevlar helmet, and LCE. f. Evacuates the vehicle through the hatch (if possible) or the side door opposite the hostile fire. g. Accounts for all personnel and equipment. THE DRILL ENDS. REFERENCES: ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP ARTEP 19-313-30-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D10-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D30-MTP ARTEP 19-472-MTP ARTEP 19-476-MTP ARTEP 19-546-MTP ARTEP 19-647-30-MTP ARTEP 19-667-30-MTP ARTEP 19-710-MTP ARTEP 19-880-MTP ARTEP 19-886-MTP FM 90-40 COACHING POINT: There are no coaching points for this drill. RUN-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: The soldiers should practice this drill until they can perform it according to standard without using the drill book. The initial run-through exercise should be conducted slowly. The soldiers should change positions to learn the steps for each position. PERFORM: Evaluate the soldiers when they can perform this drill to standard.

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2-9. Battle Drill 19-5-D0113. TASK: React to a Vehicle Rollover (19-5-D0113) CONDITIONS (CUE): A military police (MP) vehicle is involved in a vehicle rollover or is experiencing conditions that may cause a rollover. This drill begins when it appears that the vehicle may rollover, or the squad leader directs the start of the drill. STANDARDS: The crew minimizes injuries to personnel during the rollover and evacuates the vehicle without further injury to personnel. SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS:
References STP 19-95B1-SM Task Number 551-721-1360 Task Title Drive Cargo Vehicle on Side Roads and Unimproved Roads

ILLUSTRATIONS: N/A SETUP INSTRUCTIONS: a. Resources. Table(s) of organization and equipment (TOE) assigned personnel and equipment. b. Training Site. The training site should provide enough space for parking and exiting the vehicle. Personnel should have enough room to check for vehicle damage or fuel spills. c. Unit Instructions. None. TALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: a. Orientation. Personnel should follow the proper procedures during a vehicle rollover. This drill requires a high-mobility, multipurpose wheeled vehicle (HMMWV) with a crew and equipment. Personnel should perform a walk-through exercise with a simulated vehicle rollover scenario. b. Safety. Ensure that seat belts are worn while the vehicle is moving, weapons are on safe when exiting the vehicle, injured personnel are assisted and moved from immediate danger, and medical personnel are notified. The gunner should NEVER attempt

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to jump out of or otherwise exit the vehicle through the gunner's hatch during a rollover. Serious injury or death may result. c. Demonstration (optional). If a nearby unit has successfully completed this drill, have that unit demonstrate it. During the demonstration, explain what is being done and why, using the performance measures as a guide. After the demonstration, summarize what was performed. d. Explanation. (1) Tell the team everything that is required when reacting to a vehicle rollover. (2) Explain the duties and responsibilities of the team, reminding the team members to observe all safety measures while exiting the vehicle. WALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: Have the squad perform a walk-through exercise before performing the drill at full speed. Point out critical actions that may have to be performed during this drill. Switch team positions, and have each team practice the procedures for that position. TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES: 1. Perform the proper procedures for a vehicle rollover. a. The driver (1) Releases the accelerator. (2) Yells, "Rollover." (3) Shuts down the engine (if time permits). (4) Leans to his right and holds onto the radio mount with his arms. b. The vehicle commander (1) Leans to his left and holds onto the radio mount with his arms. (2) Yells, "Rollover." c. The gunner (1) Drops down from the hatch into the vehicle.

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(2) Grabs the load-bearing equipment (LBE) of the driver and vehicle commander or holds onto a stationary object. (3) Yells, "Rollover." 2. Perform the proper procedures following a vehicle rollover. a. The driver (1) Shuts down the engine. (2) Activates the fixed fire extinguisher (if available). (3) Disconnects the microphone plug (if available). (4) Checks for injuries and seeks medical attention as needed. (5) Exits the vehicle. (6) Checks for fuel spills and attempts to contain them (if possible). b. The vehicle commander (1) Checks the crew for injuries and seeks medical attention (as needed). (2) Disconnects the microphone plug (if available). (3) Exits the vehicle with the crew. (4) Accounts for personnel and sensitive items. (5) Checks for fuel spills and attempts to contain them (if possible). (6) Reports to higher headquarters. (7) Recovers assets. c. The gunner (1) Clears the weapon. (2) Checks the weapon serviceability. (3) Disconnects the microphone plug (if available). (4) Exits the vehicle and provides security.

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THE DRILL ENDS. REFERENCES: ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP ARTEP 19-313-30-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D10-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D30-MTP ARTEP 19-472-MTP ARTEP 19-476-MTP ARTEP 19-546-MTP ARTEP 19-647-30-MTP ARTEP 19-667-30-MTP ARTEP 19-710-MTP ARTEP 19-880-MTP ARTEP 19-886-MTP FM 90-40 COACHING POINT: There are no coaching points for this drill. RUN-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: The soldiers should practice this drill until they can perform it according to standard without the drill book. The initial run-through exercise should be conducted slowly. The soldiers should change positions to learn the different steps. PERFORM: Evaluate the soldiers when they can perform this drill according to standard.

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2-10. Battle Drill 19-5-D0114. TASK: React to a Mine Strike (19-5-D0114) CONDITIONS: A mounted military police (MP) squad or team has detonated a mine. STANDARDS: The squad members check for injuries, evaluate vehicle damage, and safely proceed to the rally point. SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS:
References STP 19-95B1-SM STP 21-1-SMCT STP 21-24-SMCT Task Number 052-192-1021 052-192-1135 093-403-5030 Task Title Locate Mines by Visual Means Locate Mines by Probing Report Explosive Hazard

ILLUSTRATIONS: N/A SETUP INSTRUCTIONS: a. Resources. Table(s) of organization and equipment (TOE) assigned personnel and equipment. b. Training Site. The training site should provide space for a convoy approach and for personnel to dismount from the rear. c. Unit Instructions. None. TALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: a. Orientation. The squad will react to a mine strike while traveling in a vehicle. Personnel should first check for injured members, evacuating them from the vehicle through the hatches in the rear and moving to the designated rally point. b. Safety. Ensure that seat belts are worn while the vehicle is moving; weapons are on safe when the crew departs the vehicle; and all members, to include injured personnel, exit the vehicle through the hatches in the rear and walk only in the vehicle tire tracks. c. Demonstration (optional). If a nearby unit has successfully completed this drill, have that unit demonstrate it. During the demonstration, explain what is being done and why, using the

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performance measures as a guide. After the demonstration, summarize what was performed. d. Explanation. Tell the soldiers everything that is required for this drill, to include how to exit the vehicle and area without detonating additional mines. WALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: Have the squad perform a walk-through exercise before performing the drill at full speed. Point out critical actions that the squad may have to perform during this drill. Switch team positions, and have each team member practice the procedures for that position. TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES: 1. The teams perform the proper procedures following a mine strike (detonation). 2. The vehicle driver stops the vehicle. 3. The team leader checks for casualties in their vehicle. 4. The team leader or convoy commander designates a rally point. NOTE: If time permits, stand fast and wait for the engineers to clear the evacuation route. 5. The crew members, including injured personnel, evacuate the vehicles through the rear hatches. NOTE: Personnel should avoid contact with the ground by walking on top of the vehicle as they proceed to the rear. a. The crew members move out of the danger area by stepping only in the tire tracks left by the vehicle. b. The crew members proceed to the designated rally point and setup defensive positions. 6. The team leader or convoy commander sends a situation report (SITREP) to higher headquarters (HQ). NOTE: When operating an armored security vehicle (ASV) during a mine strike, crew members should conduct the following actions if the vehicle will not start: The crew members scan the area for signs of the enemy.

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The team leader instructs the gunner to slew the turret to the rear. The team leader directs the driver to put the vehicle in reverse and back out of the minefield, taking directions from the gunner. The gunner directs the driver so that the vehicle backs out of the minefield following the same tracks made upon entry. The team leader scans the area for enemy activity. Upon clearing the minefield, the team leader assesses the vehicle damage and reports to higher HQ. 7. The commander or higher HQ makes a decision on the security and recovery of the vehicles and equipment. THE DRILL ENDS. REFERENCES: ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP ARTEP 19-313-30-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D10-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D30-MTP ARTEP 19-472-MTP ARTEP 19-476-MTP ARTEP 19-546-MTP ARTEP 19-647-30-MTP ARTEP 19-667-30-MTP ARTEP 19-710-MTP ARTEP 19-880-MTP ARTEP 19-886-MTP FM 90-40 COACHING POINT: All crew members drop their personal metallic objects and use the AN/PSS 12 mine detector to clear their way to the rally point. RUN-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: The soldiers should practice this drill until they can perform it according to standard without the drill book. The initial run-through exercise should be conducted slowly. The soldiers should change positions to learn all steps. PERFORM: Evaluate the soldiers when they can perform this drill to standard.

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2-11. Battle Drill 19-5-D0115. TASK: React to a Roadblock While Traveling Mounted (Squad) (19-5-D0115) CONDITIONS (CUE): A moving military police (MP) squad has encountered a roadblock. The roadblock may be manned or unmanned by hostile or illegal personnel. This drill begins when the squad encounters a roadblock, or the squad or team leader directs his personnel to conduct this drill. STANDARDS: MP personnel secure the area so friendly forces do not encounter the obstacle. The squad leader reports the situation to higher headquarters (HQ). SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS:
References STP 21-1-SMCT Task Number 071-326-0503 Task Title Move Over, Through, or Around Obstacles (Except Minefields)

ILLUSTRATIONS: N/A SETUP INSTRUCTIONS: a. Resources. Table(s) of organization and equipment (TOE) assigned personnel and equipment. b. Training Site. The training site should provide a roadway where obstacles can be placed to block the travel of approaching traffic. The roadway should be large enough to accommodate a minimum of two vehicles and a maximum of one convoy. c. Unit Instructions. None. TALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: a. Orientation. The mission objective is to react to a roadblock while traveling mounted. The lead element makes contact with an obstacle blocking the roadway. If the roadblock is manned by hostile personnel, the team engages in roadblock force procedures according to the rules of engagement (ROE), while the trail vehicles assume overwatch. The lead element breaks contact and moves to a designated rally point.

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b. Safety. Ensure that seat belts are fastened while the vehicles are moving and that weapons are on safe. Review unit safety standing operating procedures (SOPs) before conducting this drill. Ensure that safety procedures are prescribed for dismounting the vehicles. Use blank ammunition to simulate a real battle. Do not fire ammunition directly at anyone within 10 meters of the firing position. c. Demonstration (optional). If a nearby unit has successfully completed this drill, have that unit demonstrate it. During the demonstration, explain what is being done and why, using the performance measures as a guide. After the demonstration, summarize what was performed d. Explanation. Tell the soldiers everything that is required for this drill, including how to use smoke to conceal movement. WALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: Have the squad perform a walk-through exercise before performing the drill at full speed. Point out critical actions that must be performed during this drill. Have the soldiers switch positions, and practice the procedures for that position. TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES: 1. The lead element encounters an obstacle blocking the road. The lead element a. Determines if the roadblock is manned by hostile personnel and takes action according to the ROE. b. Alerts the squad leader of the situation. c. Assumes a covered or concealed position. NOTE: The team leader determines whether to stay mounted or dismounted. 2. The trail teams assume overwatch. The trail teams a. Secure the flanks of the traveled route. b. Remain alert for ambush activity. c. Provide 360 security. d. Prevent friendly forces from encountering the roadblock.

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3. The lead element breaks contact and a. Moves to a rally point designated by the squad leader. b. Uses smoke to conceal movement (if necessary). 4. The squad leader sends a situation report (SITREP) and a. Contacts higher HQ. b. Accounts for personnel and equipment. c. Maintains situational awareness. THE DRILL ENDS. REFERENCES: ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP ARTEP 19-313-30-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D10-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D30-MTP ARTEP 19-472-MTP ARTEP 19-476-MTP ARTEP 19-546-MTP ARTEP 19-647-30-MTP ARTEP 19-667-30-MTP ARTEP 19-710-MTP ARTEP 19-880-MTP ARTEP 19-886-MTP FM 19-25 FM 3-19.1 FM 3-19.4 FM 90-40 COACHING POINT: There are no coaching points for this drill. RUN-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: The soldiers should practice this drill until they can perform it according to standard without using the drill book. Conduct the initial run-through exercise slowly. The soldiers should change positions in order to learn all steps. PERFORM: Evaluate the soldiers when they can perform this drill to standard.

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ARTEP 19-100-10-DRILL SUPPORTED T&EOs ARTEP NUMBER ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D10-MTP T&EO NUMBER 19-3-2014 19-3-D201 T&EO TASK TITLE Provide In-Transit Security Provide In-Transit Security (Digital Military Police [MP] Platoon)

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2-12. Battle Drill 19-5-D0116. TASK: React to an Armored Security Vehicle (ASV) Rollover (19-5-D0116) CONDITIONS (CUE): A military police (MP) ASV is in the process of a rollover or is experiencing conditions that may cause a rollover. This drill begins when it appears that the vehicle may rollover, or the team leader directs his personnel to conduct this drill. STANDARDS: The ASV crew minimizes injuries and evacuates the vehicle without further injury to personnel. SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS:
References STP 19-95B1-SM Task Number 551-721-1360 Task Title Drive Cargo Vehicle on Side Roads and Unimproved Roads Drive Cargo Vehicle on Side Roads and Unimproved Roads Drive Cargo Vehicle on Side Roads and Unimproved Roads

STP 19-95C14-SM-TG

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STP 19-95C1-SM

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ILLUSTRATIONS: N/A SETUP INSTRUCTIONS: a. Resources. Table(s) of organization and equipment (TOE) assigned personnel and equipment. b. Training Site. The training site should provide a space large enough to park the vehicle and allow soldiers to easily exit and check for damage or fuel spills. c. Unit Instructions. None. TALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: a. Orientation. Load an ASV with personnel and equipment, and have the personnel perform a walk-through exercise of a simulated vehicle rollover. b. Safety. Ensure that seat belts are worn while the vehicle is moving, weapons are on safe when exiting the vehicle, injured
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personnel are assisted and moved from immediate danger, and medical personnel are notified. The gunner should never attempt to exit the vehicle through the gunner's hatch during a rollover. Serious injury or death may result. c. Demonstration (optional). If a nearby unit has successfully completed this drill, have that unit demonstrate it. During the demonstration, explain what is being done and why, using the performance measures as a guide. After the demonstration, summarize what was performed. d. Explanation. (1) Tell the soldiers everything that is required when reacting to an ASV rollover. (2) Explain the team members' duties and responsibilities, and remind them to observe all safety measures. WALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: Have the team perform a walk-through exercise before performing the drill at full speed. Point out critical actions that must be performed during this drill. Switch team positions, and have each team practice the procedures for that position. TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES: 1. The first soldier to identify that the ASV is about to rollover shouts, "Rollover." At this command NOTE: All ASV personnel should be wearing seat belts and all cargo should be tied down as noted in the unit standing operating procedure (SOP). a. The driver immediately (1) Drops into the ASV (if he is riding at name tape defilade). (2) Shuts down the engine by pulling the engine stop T-handle (if time permits). (3) Tucks his chin into his chest. (4) Grasps the steering wheel with extended arms (not locked arms). b. The gunner immediately

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(1) Drops into the ASV (if he is riding at name tape defilade) and grabs hold of a secure item. (2) Braces himself against the back of the seat. (3) Places his extended hands and arms (not locked) on top of the M36 night sight. (4) Tucks his chin into his chest. c. The team leader immediately (1) Drops into the ASV (if he is riding at name tape defilade). (2) Grasps the front bar. (3) Tucks his chin into his chest. d. The passengers immediately (1) Grasp the troop straps above their head. (2) Plant their feet firmly on the floor. (3) Tuck their chin into their chest. 2. The crew waits for the ASV to come to a complete stop. a. The team leader (1) Verifies the status of the crew and asks if anyone is injured. (2) Checks for an engine fire and, if an engine fire exists, activates the fire suppression system. (See Battle Drill 19-5-D0119.) NOTE: If there is no power, a designated crew member manually activates the engine compartment fire extinguisher. (3) Radios for assistance or sends a medical evacuation (MEDEVAC) request report and provides crew member injury status. (4) Turns off the master power switch. (5) Determines if the ASV is stable and an evacuation can be accomplished. (6) Determines exits and identifies the direction and the distance to the designated rally point. (7) Directs the evacuation of injured crew members.
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b. The crew (1) Activates the engine compartment fire extinguisher (if required). NOTE: A designed crew member will manually activate the fire extinguisher. (2) Exits the ASV through the identified exit specified in the ASV evacuation procedures. (See Battle Drill 19-5-D0112.) (3) Assists injured personnel. (4) Administers first aid. (5) Secures individual weapons and load-carrying equipment (LCE). 3. The crew exits the ASV. a. The crew members proceed to the designated rally point and set up defensive positions. b. The team leader takes accountability of personnel and weapons. c. The team leader forwards a report to higher headquarters (HQ). d. The crew members survey damage and fire hazards. THE DRILL ENDS. REFERENCES: FM 3-19.1 FM 3-19.4 COACHING POINT: There are no coaching points for this drill. RUN-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: The soldiers should practice this drill until they can perform it according to standard without using the drill book. Conduct the initial run-through exercise slowly. The soldiers should change positions in order to learn all steps. PERFORM: Evaluate the soldiers when they can perform this drill to standard.

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2-13. Battle Drill 19-5-D0117. TASK: Perform a Hasty Evacuation of a Disabled Armored Security Vehicle (ASV) (19-5-D0117) CONDITIONS (CUE): A military police (MP) team is traveling in an ASV when the vehicle becomes disabled due to hostile fire. This drill begins when the vehicle is disabled, and personnel face the risk of serious injury or death unless they evacuate. The team leader may also direct his personnel to conduct this drill. STANDARDS: The team conducts bail out procedures and exits the ASV as directed by the team leader. ILLUSTRATIONS: N/A SETUP INSTRUCTIONS: a. Resources. (1) Table(s) of organization and equipment (TOE) assigned personnel and equipment. (2) An ASV. b. Training Site. The training site should provide a reasonable amount of space for parking the vehicle and allow personnel room to exit and take up firing positions with cover and concealment (if available). c. Unit Instructions. None. TALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: a. Orientation. The mission is to demonstrate the proper steps for conducting a hasty evacuation of a disabled ASV. b. Safety. Ensure that all weapons are on safe before exiting the vehicle. Coordinate personnel and equipment movement to avoid injuries or accidents. N O T E : H a v e t h e u n i t p e r f o rm s e v e r a l w a l k - t h r o u g h exercises to ensure that personnel correctly perform the task. c. Demonstration (optional). If a nearby unit has successfully completed this drill, have that unit demonstrate it. During the demonstration, explain what is being done and why, using the

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performance measures as a guide. After the demonstration, summarize what was performed. d. Explanation. (1) Tell the team everything that is required to perform a hasty evacuation of a disabled ASV. (2) Explain the duties and responsibilities of the team. Remind the team members to observe all safety measures while exiting the vehicle. WALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: Have the team perform a walk-through exercise before performing the drill at full speed. Point out critical actions that must be performed during this drill. Switch team positions to practice the procedures for different positions. TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES: 1. The team leader shouts the command, "Bail out" to alert the crew members that the ASV has become disabled by hostile fire. 2. The team leader indicates the direction of and distance to the rally point. 3. The driver stops the vehicle. 4. The gunner positions the turret to avoid blocking the escape exists and turns off the turret's power. 5. The driver pulls the engine stop T-handle, engages the parking brake, and declares that the vehicle is secure. 6. The team leader turns off the master power switch. 7. The crew unbuckles their seat belts and disconnects their combatvehicle crewman (CVC) helmets. NOTE: If the vehicle requires destruction, refer to Battle Drill 19-5-D0118. 8. The crew secures its load-carrying equipment (LCE), Kevlar helmets, and individual weapons. 9. The driver secures the manpack radio.

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10. The crew exits the ASV, proceeds to the designated rally point using the individual movement technique (IMT) or the team movement technique (TMT), and sets up a defensive position. NOTE: If the crew members are incapacitated and the ASV is secured, other squad members who come upon the disabled vehicle can gain entry by striking the gun ports on the side doors until they open. (Using a hammer or the flat side of an axe, strike the lower portion of the gun port on the flat side to force it open). Once open, put your arm into the gun port and reach for the door release (located towards the front of the vehicle and centered on the door). Once the door is released, you will then have access to the vehicle. Another way to gain entry is through the rear door by cutting the lock, opening the door, and going through the storage area and forcing the upper half of the interior door open. 11. The team leader accounts for personnel and equipment and forwards a report to higher headquarters (HQ). THE DRILL ENDS. REFERENCES: FM 3-19.1 FM 3-19.4 COACHING POINT: There are no coaching points for this drill. RUN-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: The soldiers should practice this drill until they can perform it according to standard without using the drill book. Conduct the initial run-through exercise slowly. The soldiers should change positions in order to learn all steps. PERFORM: Evaluate the soldiers when they can perform this drill to standard.

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2-14. Battle Drill 19-5-D0118. TASK: Perform a Hasty Destruction of an Armored Security Vehicle (ASV) (19-5-D0118) CONDITIONS (CUE): A military police (MP) team is deployed when their ASV is disabled by hostile fire. To prevent the vehicle from being captured, the team leader directs a hasty destruction of the ASV. This drill begins when the vehicle is disabled and hostile elements are closing in on the unit 's position or the team leader directs his personnel to conduct this drill. STANDARDS: The crew members perform hasty destruction procedures and safely exit the area. ILLUSTRATIONS: N/A SETUP INSTRUCTIONS: a. Resources. (1) A table(s) of organization and equipment (TOE) assigned personnel and equipment. (2) An ASV. b. Training Site. The training site should provide adequate space for parking the vehicle and should allow personnel room to exit and take up firing positions with cover and concealment (if available). c. Unit Instructions. None. TALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: a. Orientation. The mission is to demonstrate the proper steps for performing a hasty destruction of an ASV. b. Safety. Ensure that all weapons are on safe before exiting the vehicle. Coordinate personnel and equipment movement to avoid injuries or accidents. N O T E : H a v e t h e u n i t p e rf o r m s e v e r a l w a l k - t h r o u g h exercises to ensure that personnel correctly perform this task. c. Demonstration (optional). If a nearby unit has successfully completed this drill, have that unit demonstrate it. During the demonstration, explain what is being done and why, using the
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performance measures as a guide. After the demonstration, summarize what was performed. d. Explanation. (1) Tell the team everything that is required to perform a hasty destruction of an ASV. (2) Explain the duties and responsibilities of the team. Remind the team members to observe all safety measures while exiting the vehicle. WALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: Have the team perform a walk-through exercise before performing the drill at full speed. Point out critical actions that personnel must perform during the drill. Switch team positions to practice the procedures for different positions. TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES: 1. The team leader directs the crew to perform a hasty destruction of their ASV. 2. The gunner positions the turret to allow access to the escape exits, turns off the turret's power, and shouts, "Turret clear." 3. The driver pulls the engine stop T-handle, if the engine is running, and engages the parking brake. 4. The crew unbuckles their seat belts; disconnects their combat vehicle crewman (CVC) helmets; and secures their individual weapons, Kevlar helmets, and load-carrying equipment (LCE). 5. The team leader zeros the top Single-Channel, Ground-to-Air Radio System (SINCGARS) fill, secures the manpack SINCGARS and designated sensitive items, and exits the vehicle. 6. The driver exits the ASV and places a thermite grenade on the fuel tank located at the front of the vehicle. N O T E : I f t i m e p e r m i t s , t h e c r e w s ho u l d r e m ov e t h e remaining items from the modified table of organization and equipment (MTOE). 7. The gunner places one thermite grenade on the M36 sight and one grenade on the T-case. He pulls the pins, shouts, "Grenade," and exits the ASV.

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8. The driver pulls the pin on the thermite grenade located on the fuel tank. 9. The crew quickly proceeds to the designated rally point and sets up a defensive position. 10. The team leader accounts for personnel and equipment and forwards a report to higher headquarters (HQ). THE DRILL ENDS. REFERENCES: FM 3-19.1 FM 3-19.4 COACHING POINT: There are no coaching points for this task. RUN-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: The soldiers should practice this drill until they can perform it according to standard without the use of the drill book. Conduct the initial run-through exercise slowly. Have the soldiers change positions in order to learn all steps. PERFORM: Evaluate the soldiers when they can perform this drill according to standard.
SUPPORTED T&EOs ARTEP NUMBER ARTEP 7-8-MTP T&EO NUMBER 07-3-1311 T&EO TASK TITLE Destroy Unit Vehicles and Equipment

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2-15. Battle Drill 19-5-D0119. TASK: Extinguish a Fire in an Armored Security Vehicle (ASV) (19-5-D0119) CONDITIONS (CUE): While traveling in a military police (MP) ASV, a crew member discovers a fire in the engine compartment. This drill begins when the alarm is sounded, or the team leader directs his personnel to conduct this drill. STANDARDS: Crew members quickly extinguish the fire and safely exit the vehicle. ILLUSTRATIONS: N/A SETUP INSTRUCTIONS: a. Resources. (1) Table(s) of organization and equipment (TOE) assigned personnel and equipment. (2) An ASV. b. Training Site. The training site should provide a reasonable amount of space for parking the vehicle, allowing personnel to exit the vehicle and take up firing positions with cover and concealment (if available). c. Unit Instructions. None. TALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: a. Orientation. The mission objective is to demonstrate the proper steps for extinguishing a fire in an ASV. b. Safety. Ensure that all weapons are on safe before exiting the vehicle. Coordinate personnel and equipment movement to avoid injuries or accidents. NOTE: Perform several walk-through exercises to ensure that personnel correctly perform this action. c. Demonstration (optional). If a nearby unit has successfully completed this drill, have that unit perform a demonstration. During the demonstration, explain what is being done and why, using the performance measures as a guide. After the demonstration, summarize what was performed. d. Explanation.

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(1) Tell the team everything that is required to extinguish a fire in an ASV. (2) Explain the duties and responsibilities of the team, reminding all personnel to observe safety measures while exiting the vehicle. WALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: Have the team perform a walk-through exercise before performing the drill at full speed. Point out critical actions that must be performed during this drill. Switch team positions, and have each team practice the procedures for that position. TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES: 1. A crew member notifies the team of a fire in the engine compartment. 2. The driver stops the ASV, pulls the engine stop T-handle, and engages the parking brake. 3. The team leader turns on the internal fire extinguisher. NOTE: If the internal fire extinguisher does not work due to an electrical fire, the gunner activates the manual release for the fire bottle. 4. The gunner positions the turret to allow access to the exits, turns off the turret power, and shouts, "Turret is clear." 5. The team leader turns off the master power and turret switches. 6. The crew secures their individual weapons, Kevlar helmets, load-carrying equipment (LCE), and manpack and exits the ASV. NOTE: With an internal fire in the ASV, crew members should attempt to extinguish the fire with the two handheld fire extinguishers located in the ASV. 7. The crew proceeds to the designated rally point and sets up a defensive position. 8. The team leader does an accountability of personnel and weapons and forwards a report to higher headquarters (HQ). THE DRILL ENDS.

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REFERENCES: FM 3-19.1 FM 3-19.4 COACHING POINT: There are no coaching points for this drill. RUN-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: The soldiers should practice this drill until they can perform it according to standard without using the drill book. Conduct the initial run-through exercise slowly. The soldiers should change positions in order to learn all steps. PERFORM: Evaluate the soldiers when they can perform this drill to standard.

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2-16. Battle Drill 19-5-D0120. TASK: React to a Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) Threat in an Armored Security Vehicle (ASV) (19-5-D0120) CONDITIONS (CUE): A military police (MP) team traveling in an ASV comes in contact with NBC contamination. This drill begins when the team is notified of NBC contamination or the squad or team leader directs his personnel to conduct the drill. STANDARDS: MP team members conduct immediate actions to provide protection against NBC contamination. SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS: None. ILLUSTRATIONS: N/A SETUP INSTRUCTIONS: a. Resources. (1) Table(s) of organization and equipment (TOE) assigned personnel and equipment. (2) An ASV. b. Training Site. The training site should provide a space large enough to operate and park the vehicle. c. Unit Instruction. None. TALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: a. Orientation. The mission is to demonstrate the proper steps for reacting to an NBC threat in an ASV. b. Safety. Ensure that all weapons are on safe before exiting the vehicle. Coordinate personnel and equipment movement to avoid injuries or accidents. NOTE: Perform several walk-through exercises to ensure that personnel are aware of the need for performing this action correctly. c. Demonstration (optional). If a nearby unit has successfully completed this drill, have that unit perform a demonstration. During the demonstration, explain what is being done and why, using the performance measures as a guide. After the demonstration, summarize what was performed.

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d. Explanation. (1) The team leader tells the team everything that is required when reacting to an NBC threat in the ASV. (2) The team leader explains the duties and responsibilities of the team, reminding personnel to observe all safety measures. WALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: Have the team perform a walk-through exercise before performing the drill at full speed. Point out critical actions that must be performed during this drill. Have the teams switch positions to practice the procedures for each position. TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES: 1. The team is alerted to NBC contamination through posted warning signs, reports from higher headquarters (HQ), or crew member contamination. The team performs the following actions: a. The first crew member to detect NBC contamination should stop breathing, close his eyes, and perform the following actions: NOTE: If the driver is the first crew member to detect NBC contamination, he should immediately stop the vehicle and take the proper measures. (1) Remove his combat vehicle crewman (CVC) helmet. (2) Don, clear, and seal his protective mask. (3) Sound the alarm to alert other crew members of NBC contamination. b. All crew members stop breathing, close their eyes, and perform the following actions: (1) Remove their CVC helmets. (2) Don, clear, and seal their protective masks. c. The team leader turns on the NBC fan. 2. After donning, clearing, and sealing their masks and after the team leader has turned on the NBC fan, each crew member should a. Connect their air hose to the adapter on the carrying case.

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b. Disconnect the CVC communication adapter from his earpiece and connect the protective mask communication adapter into his earpiece. c. Don his protective suit (mission-oriented protection posture [MOPP] 4). d. Conduct individual decontamination procedures. 3. The team leader sends a report to higher HQ, and the crew begins NBC monitoring. THE DRILL ENDS. REFERENCES: ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP ARTEP 19-313-30-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D10-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D30-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D-MTP ARTEP 19-472-MTP ARTEP 19-476-MTP ARTEP 19-546-MTP ARTEP 19-647-30-MTP ARTEP 19-667-30-MTP ARTEP 19-710-MTP ARTEP 19-880-MTP ARTEP 19-886-MTP FM 3-19.1 FM 3-19.4 COACHING POINT: There are no coaching points for this drill. RUN-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: The soldiers should practice this drill until they can perform it according to standard without using the drill book. Conduct the initial run-through exercise slowly. The soldiers should change positions in order to learn the steps for all positions. PERFORM: Evaluate the soldiers when they can perform this drill to standard.

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ARTEP 19-100-10-DRILL SUPPORTED T&EOs ARTEP NUMBER ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP ARTEP 19-313-30-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D10-MTP T&EO NUMBER 03-3-C203.19-0703 03-3-C203.19-0703 03-3-C203.19-D703 T&EO TASK TITLE Respond to a Chemical Attack Respond to a Chemical Attack Respond to a Chemical Attack (Digital Military Police [MP] Platoon) Conduct Operational Decontamination (Digital Military Police [MP] Platoon) Respond to a Chemical Attack (Digital Military Police [MP] Platoon) Conduct Operational Decontamination (Digital Military Police [MP] Platoon) Respond to a Chemical Attack (Digital Military Police [MP] Platoon) Conduct Operational Decontamination (Digital Military Police [MP] Platoon) Respond to a Chemical Attack Respond to a Chemical Attack

03-3-C224.19-D303

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03-3-C203.19-D703

03-3-C224.19-D303

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03-3-C203.19-D703

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ARTEP 19-472-MTP ARTEP 19-546-MTP

03-3-C203.19-0703 03-3-C203.19-0703

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2-17. Battle Drill 19-5-D0121. TASK: Employ the M257 Grenade Launcher (19-5-D0121) CONDITIONS (CUE): A military police (MP) team is deployed when their armored security vehicle (ASV) (equipped with a loaded M257 grenade launcher) is located or fired upon by hostile elements with individual and/or crew-served weapons.This drill begins when the ASV is located by hostile elements, or the team leader may also direct his personnel to conduct the drill. STANDARDS: The ASV team deploys smoke using the M257 grenade launchers to obscure their location or to mask movement from the hostile element. The team leader makes a decision to engage the element or leave the immediate danger zone. ILLUSTRATIONS: N/A SETUP INSTRUCTIONS: a. Resources. Table(s) of organization and equipment (TOE) assigned personnel and equipment. b. Training Site. The training site should provide enough space for a convoy approach and for personnel to dismount from the rear. c. Unit Instructions. None. TALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: a. Orientation. The task is to employ the M257 grenade launcher. This is accomplished by activating the grenade launchers to conceal the team position or movement. b. Safety. Ensure that seat belts are worn while the vehicle is moving. The team must ensure that they properly obscure their position from the hostile element. The team must ensure that the gunner is inside the turret with the turret hatch secured before the activation of the M257 grenade launcher. The team must be aware that projectiles may start fires or bounce off overhead wires and trees. DANGER Once launched, the grenades are projectiles and may strike dismounted personnel and a direct blow may cause injury or death.

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c. Demonstration (optional). If a nearby unit has successfully completed this drill, have that unit demonstrate it. During the demonstration, explain what is being done and why, using the performance measures as a guide. After the demonstration, summarize what was performed. d. Explanation. (1) Tell the soldiers everything that is required for this drill. (2) Explain the duties and responsibilities of the team. Remind the team members to observe all safety measures when employing and maneuvering the M257 grenade launchers. WALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: Have the squad perform a walk-through exercise before performing the drill at full speed. Point out critical actions that the squad may have to perform during this drill. Switch team positions, and have each team member practice the procedures for that position. TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES: 1. An ASV team member observes a hostile element in their area of operation (AO). The team member a. Notifies other team members of the direction and the distance of the hostile element. b. Determines that the hostile element has identified their position. 2. The team leader makes the decision to obscure their location with the M257 grenade launcher. a. The gunner enters the vehicle and secures the hatch. b. The team leader ensures that the master turret power switch is ON. c. The gunner ensures that the turret power switch is ON and orientates the turret in the direction of the hostile element and announces "Ready." d. The gunner moves the M257 grenade launcher-arming switch to the ARMED position. e. The gunner presses the left button to fire left the bank, presses the right button to fire the right bank, or presses both buttons to fire both banks.
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3. The team leader either directs the gunner to engage the hostile element or directs the driver to depart the area. 4. The team leader sends a size, activity, location, unit, time, and equipment (SALUTE) report to higher headquarters (HQ). THE DRILL ENDS. REFERENCES: ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP ARTEP 19-313-30-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D10-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D30-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D-MTP ARTEP 19-472-MTP ARTEP 19-476-MTP ARTEP 19-546-MTP ARTEP 19-647-30-MTP ARTEP 19-667-30-MTP ARTEP 19-710-MTP ARTEP 19-880-MTP ARTEP 19-886-MTP FM 3-19.1 FM 3-19.4 FM 90-40 COACHING POINT: There are no coaching points for this drill. RUN-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: The soldiers should practice this drill until they can perform it according to standard, without using the drill book. The initial run-through exercise should be conducted slowly. The soldiers should change positions to learn all steps. PERFORM: Evaluate the soldiers when they can perform this drill to standard.

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Crew Drills
3-1. Description and Format for Crew Drills. A c r e w d r i l l i s a collective action that a crew of a weapon system or piece of equipment must perform to use the weapon or equipment successfully in combat or to preserve life. 3-2. Crew Drill 19-5-D0106. TASK: Dismount an MK19 Grenade Machine Gun (GMG) From a High-Mobility, Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) (19-5-D0106) CONDITIONS (CUE): While riding in a HMMWV equipped with an MK19 GMG, a team is given orders to dismount the machine gun and place it in action. This drill begins when the team begins dismount operations, or the squad or team leader directs his personnel to conduct this drill. STANDARDS: The team dismounts the gun and places it in a defensive position for the gunner to begin firing. SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS:
References STP 19-95B1-SM Task Number 071-030-0016 Task Title Mount a Night Vision Sight AN/TVS-5 on an MK19 Machine Gun Zero a Night Vision Sight AN/TVS-5 to an MK19 Machine Gun

071-030-0018

ILLUSTRATIONS: N/A SETUP INSTRUCTIONS: a. Resources (1) An MK19 GMG. (2) An M3 tripod.

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(3) An M64 gun cradle. (4) An ammunition can with a mounting bracket. (5) An HMMWV. b. Training Site. The training site should provide a space to emplace the tripod and the gun. c. Unit Instructions. None. TALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: a. Orientation. The mission is to dismount the MK19 GMG from a vehicle and prepare it for operation. This is done by removing it from a vehicular mount, moving it to a designated location, and mounting it on a tripod. The mission is complete when the gun is ready to fire. b. Safety. The gunner must prepare the gun for dismount by clearing it and placing it on safe. NOTE: Perform several walk-through exercises with the gunner to ensure that he is aware of the need for extreme care in correctly performing this action. c. Demonstration (optional). If a nearby unit has successfully completed this drill, have that unit demonstrate it. During the demonstration, explain what is being done and why, using the performance measures as a guide. After the demonstration, summarize what was done by the demonstrating unit. d. Explanation. (1) Tell the team members everything that is expected of them when dismounting and preparing the gun for operation. (2) Explain the duties and responsibilities of the team. Remind the team members to observe all safety measures. WALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: Have the team perform a walk-through exercise before performing the drill at full speed. Point out critical actions that must be performed during the drill. Switch team positions, and have each team practice the procedures for each position.

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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES: 1. The team leader directs the driver to move to and stop at the location where the MK19 GMG is to be placed. (See Figure 19-5-D0106-1.)

Figure 19-5-D0106-1 MK19 Mounted on a HMMWV 2. The driver monitors the power-amplified radio and places the bottom radio into a soldier pack configuration, the gunner maintains security, and the team leader a. Dismounts the vehicle and moves to a new gun position. b. Commands, "Gun to be mounted here" and "Action" and begins providing security from the position. 3. The team reacts to the command, "Action." a. The driver carrying the soldier pack radio exits the vehicle, dismounts, and sets up the tripod in the new position. (See Figure 19-5-D0106-2, page 3-4.) b. The gunner (1) Clears and safes the GMG. (2) Removes the ammunition can and hands it over the side of the vehicle to the driver.

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Figure19-5-D0106-2 Placing the Tripod of an MK19 4. The driver takes the ammunition can from the gunner and places it near the tripod. 5. The gunner releases the gun and cradle from the pedestal. 6. The gunner and the driver remove the gun and the cradle from the vehicle and place the gun on the tripod. (See Figure 19-5-D0106-3.)

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Figure19-5-D0106-3 MK19 Mounted on a Tripod 7. The gunner loads and sights the gun. (See Figure 19-5-D0106-4, page 3-6.)

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Figure19-5-D0106-4 Loading and Sighting the MK19 Machine Gun 8. The driver provides security and monitors the radio. 9. The gunner announces, "Up."

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THE DRILL ENDS. REFERENCES: ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP ARTEP 19-313-30-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D10-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D30-MTP ARTEP 19-647-30-MTP ARTEP 19-667-30-MTP ARTEP 19-710-MTP ARTEP 19-880-MTP ARTEP 19-886-MTP FM 3-19.1 FM 90-40 STP 19-95B1-SM TM 9-1010-230-10 COACHING POINT: The military police gunnery skills test (MPGST) and the crew qualification must be done before certifying this drill. Refer to Technical Manual (TM) 9-1010-230-10 for the proper loading, clearing, and mounting techniques of the MK19 machine gun. RUN-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: The soldiers should practice this drill until they can perform it according to standard without the use of the drill book. Conduct the initial run-through exercise slowly. The soldiers should change positions to learn the steps for the different positions. PERFORM: Evaluate the soldiers when they can perform this drill to standard.
SUPPORTED T&EOs ARTEP NUMBER ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP T&EO NUMBER 19-3-2209 19-3-2210 19-3-2211 T&EO TASK TITLE Conduct a Movement to Contact Conduct a Deliberate Attack Conduct a Hasty Attack

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3-3. Crew Drill 19-5-D0108. TASK: Erect an OE-254/GRC Antenna System (Team) (19-5-D0108) CONDITIONS (CUE): The team is ordered to erect an OE-254/GRC Antenna System in a previously selected location. This drill begins when the team leader directs his personnel to erect the OE-254/GRC Antenna System. STANDARDS: The team properly assembles and erects an operational antenna and conducts a successful communications check. SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS:
References STP 19-95B1-SM Task Number 113-596-1068 Task Title Install Antenna Group OE254/GRC (Team Method)

ILLUSTRATIONS: N/A SETUP INSTRUCTIONS: a. Resources. (1) Table(s) of organization and equipment (TOE) assigned personnel and equipment. (2) One antenna group OE-254/GRC. (3) Technical Manual (TM) 11-5985-357-13. b. Training Site. The area should be large enough to erect the antenna and have enough natural vegetation to assist with camouflage without causing communication interruptions. c. Unit Instructions. None. TALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: a. Orientation. The mission is to assemble and erect the OE-254/GRC Antenna System in a tactical situation. b. Safety. All commanders using OE-254/RC-292 antenna families must comply with the procedures outlined in TM 11-5985-357-13 and do the following:

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(1) Wear protective equipment when erecting assembling the antennas (eye goggles, helmets, and gloves).

and

(2) Install element tip protectors (national stock number [NSN] 5985-00-930-7223) or other suitable tip caps, including locally modified tennis balls and rubber tubing over the tip ends. (3) Prohibit unauthorized modifications. (4) Inspect the antenna masts for the presence of "through" cracks of 1/4 inch or greater. (5) Use a gin pole (with elements) or other suitable device to lift the antenna feed cone off of the ground. (6) Use the two-person method of lifting the antenna. Do not position an individual under the antenna during the erection process. (7) Place notches on the backside of the antenna during erection to reduce stress at the joints. c. Demonstration (optional). If a nearby unit has successfully completed this drill, have that unit demonstrate it. During the demonstration, explain what is being done and why, using the performance measures as a guide. After the demonstration, summarize what was performed. d. Explanation. (1) The team leader tells the team everything that is required to assemble and erect the OE-254/GRC Antenna System. (2) The team leader explains the duties and responsibilities of the team, reminding all personnel to observe safety measures. WALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: Have the team perform a walk-through exercise before performing the drill at full speed. Point out critical actions that must be performed during this drill. Switch team positions, and have each team practice the procedures for that position. TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES: 1. The team leader directs the team to assemble and erect the antenna.

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NOTE: The team leaders must ensure that the team members are familiar with the OE-254/GRC Antenna System before executing the drill. 2. The team leader designates a team member to provide security during the procedure. 3. The other team member and the team leader assemble and erect the antenna. (See Figure 19-5-D0108-1.)

Figure19-5-D0108-1 Erecting an OE-254/GRC Antenna System NOTE: Assemble the antenna according to TM 11-5985-35713. a. Team member B places and stakes down the baseplate. b. Team member B assembles the mast sections with guy plates. c. Team member C positions and drives in the guy stakes. d. Team member C attaches colored guy ropes to the correct guy plates. e. Team member C secures and tightens the guy ropes. f. Team member B assembles and attaches the feed cone to the antenna mast.
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g. Team member B attaches the antenna elements to the feed cone. h. Team member B installs and secures the radio frequency cable. i. Team members B and C erect the antenna and make the final adjustments to the guy ropes. 4. The radio operator conducts a communications check. THE DRILL ENDS. REFERENCES: ARTEP 19-100-10-DRILL ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP ARTEP 19-313-30-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D10-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D30-MTP ARTEP 19-647-30-MTP ARTEP 19-667-30-MTP ARTEP 19-710-MTP ARTEP 19-880-MTP ARTEP 19-886-MTP FM 3-19.1 FM 90-40 STP 19-95B1-SM TM 11-5985-357-13 COACHING POINT: Leave the guy ropes slightly slack to allow for expansion or contraction. RUN-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: The soldiers should practice this drill until they can perform it according to standard without the use of the drill book. Conduct the initial run-through exercise slowly. The soldiers should change positions to learn all steps and standards. PERFORM: Evaluate the soldiers when they can perform this drill to standard.

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3-4. Crew Drill 19-5-D0109. TASK : Engage a Target with an MK19 Grenade Machine Gun (GMG) (19-5-D0109) CONDITIONS (CUE): A military police (MP) team has engaged a hostile element. This drill begins when the team recognizes a target, or the team leader directs his personnel to conduct this drill. STANDARDS: The MP team identifies and engages the target. SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS:
References STP 19-95B1-SM Task Number 071-030-0001 071-030-0003 071-030-0004 071-030-0005 071-030-0007 071-030-0009 071-030-0010 071-030-0011 071-030-0012 071-030-0016 Task Title Maintain an MK19 Machine Gun Zero an MK19 Machine Gun Engage Targets with an MK19 Machine Gun Load an MK19 Machine Gun Perform a Function Check on an MK19 Machine Gun Mount an MK19 Machine Gun on a Vehicle Dismount an MK19 Machine Gun from a Vehicle Mount an MK19 Machine Gun on an M3 Tripod Dismount an MK 19 Machine from an M3 Tripod Mount a Night Vision Sight AN/ TVS-5 on an MK19 Machine Gun Dismount a Night Vision Sight AN/TVS-5 From an MK19 Machine Gun Zero a Night Vision Sight AN/ TVS-5 to an MK19 Machine Gun Load an MK19 Machine Gun

071-030-0017

071-030-0018 STP 21-1-SMCT 071-0300005(SL1)

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ILLUSTRATIONS: N/A SETUP INSTRUCTIONS: a. Resources. (1) One tactical vehicle with mounting capability for the MK19 GMG. (2) One M3 tripod with a traverse and an elevation mechanism. (3) One complete MK19 GMG. (4) One ammunition can with a mounting bracket and dummy-linked ammunition. b. Training Site. The training site should provide a reasonable amount of space to allow mounted and dismounted firing exercises. c. Unit Instructions. None. TALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: a. Orientation. The mission is to successfully identify and engage a designated target. Personnel must identify the target, position the gun on the target, and engage. The mission is complete when the target is successfully engaged. b. Safety. The gunner must ensure that the target identification is correct before engagement and that the gun is cleaned and placed on safe following the firing mission. c. Demonstration (optional). If a nearby unit has successfully completed this drill, have that unit demonstrate it. During the demonstration, explain what is being done and why, using the performance measures as a guide. After the demonstration, summarize what was performed. d. Explanation. (1) Tell the team everything that is required to identify and engage the target. (2) The team leader explains the duties and responsibilities of the team, reminding personnel to observe all safety measures. WALK-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: Have the team perform a walk-through exercise before performing the drill at full speed.

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Point out critical actions that must be performed during the drill. Switch team positions to practice the procedures for each position. TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES: 1. The team reacts to the command, "Target." a. The driver (1) Provides a steady gun platform for the gunner. (2) Searches for a covered or concealed vehicle firing position. b. The gunner (1) Identifies the target or announces, "Cannot observe" if he cannot see or identify the target. (2) Positions the gun on the target and announces, "Up" when ready to fire. (3) Engages the hostile target. c. The team leader (1) Identifies the target. (2) Controls the fire of the gunner. (3) Assists with the ammunition. (4) Observes the impact of rounds and helps estimate the range. 2. The team leader decides to continue the engagement or moves to a new firing point. 3. The team leader terminates the engagement by commanding, "Cease fire." 4. The team searches for new targets. THE DRILL ENDS. REFERENCES: ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP ARTEP 19-313-30-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D10-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D30-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D-MTP ARTEP 19-472-MTP

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ARTEP 19-476-MTP ARTEP 19-546-MTP ARTEP 19-647-30-MTP ARTEP 19-667-30-MTP ARTEP 19-710-MTP ARTEP 19-880-MTP ARTEP 19-886-MTP FM 3-19.1 FM 3-19.4 STP 19-95B1-SM STP 19-95B24-SM-TG COACHING POINT : Stress the importance of all personnel to ensure successful gunnery operations. Keep commands simple and loud. "Target 2 o'clock" is much faster than saying, "Gunner, BMP 3,000 meters at 2 o'clock." RUN-THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS: The soldiers should practice this drill until they can perform it according to standard without the use of the drill book. Conduct the initial run-through exercise slowly. The soldiers should change positions to learn all steps. PERFORM: Evaluate the soldiers when they can perform this drill to standard.
SUPPORTED T&EOs ARTEP NUMBER ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP T&EO NUMBER 19-3-2207 19-3-2209 19-3-2210 19-3-2211 ARTEP 19-313-30-MTP ARTEP 19-333-D30-MTP 19-2-2210 19-2-2211 19-2-D223 T&EO TASK TITLE Delay the Enemy Conduct a Movement to Contact Conduct a Deliberate Attack Conduct a Hasty Attack Direct a Deliberate Attack Monitor a Hasty Attack Direct a Deliberate Attack (Digital Military Police [MP] Company) Monitor a Hasty Attack (Digital Military Police [MP] Company)

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Appendix A

Metric Conversion Chart


US Units Feet Inches Inches Inches Miles (statute) Miles per hour Yards Cubic feet Cubic yards Pounds Pounds Centimeters Meters per second Millimeters Kilometers Meters Meters Meters Cubic meters Cubic meters Kilograms Multiplied By Length 0.30480 2.54000 0.02540 25.40010 1.60930 0.0447 0.91400 Volume 0.02830 0.76460 Weight 453.59000 0.45359 Length 0.39370 2.23700 0.03937 0.62137 3.28080 39.37000 1.09360 Volume 35.31440 1.30790 Weight 2.20460 A-1 Pounds Cubic feet Cubic yards Inches Miles per hour Inches Miles (statute) Feet Inches Yards Grams Kilograms Cubic meters Cubic meters Meters Centimeters Meters Millimeters Kilometers Meters per second Meters Equals Metric Units

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Glossary
AAR after-action review (AAR) after-action review A professional discussion of an event, focused on performance standards, that enables soldiers to discover for themselves what happened, why it happened, and how to sustain strengths and improve on weaknesses. It is a tool leaders, trainers, and units can use to get maximum benefit from every mission or task. area of operation armored personnel carrier A Department of the Army publication providing guidance for training and evaluating units. It provides a list of tasks, ranked according to criticality, which must be accomplished by each element of the unit in order for it to accomplish its table(s) of organization and equipment (TOE) mission. In addition to the tasks, it lists corresponding training objectives, references, conditions for testing, and standards which must be attained. Army Training and Evaluation Program armored security vehicle attention building Bronevaya Maschina Piekhota, armored vehicle, infantry casualty; close air support
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AO APC Army Training and Evaluation Program

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CFX CID CPX CVC DA DC exercise

command field exercise criminal investigation division command post exercise combat vehicle crewman Department of the Army; Denmark; direct action dental corps; dislocated civilian; District of Columbia Collective task training designed to develop proficiency and crew teamwork in performing the task to the established standard. It also provides practice for performing supporting individual critical tasks. Exercises may be conducted in units and resident training. Types of exercises are as follows: Command field exercise (CFX) A field training exercise with reduced troop and vehicle density, but with full command and control and combatservice support elements. Command post exercise (CPX)An exercise in which the forces are simulated; may be conducted from garrison locations or between participating headquarters in the unit. Field training exercise (FTX) A scenario-driven tactical exercise used to train and evaluate critical collective and supporting individual tasks in a collective environment which simulates the stress, sounds, and wartime conditions. It is conducted in an austere field environment through all weather

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exercise

conditions and during night as well as day. The FTX should guide soldiers through a series of events exposing them to the rigors of duty performance during wartime operations. It combines combat arms, combat support, and combat service support. Live-fire exerciseAn exercise designed to allow a unit or team to engage targets with its organic weapons and support. Situational Training Exercise (STX)A short scenario-driven, mission-oriented tactical exercise that provides a vehicle to train a group of closely related collective tasks and drills together. Situational training exercises provide preconstructed, bite-sized, short-term exercises that are central to sustainment training for tactical mission proficiency. field manual; frequency modulated/ modulation field training exercise grenade machine gun high-mobility multipurpose wheeled vehicle headquarters individual movement technique load-bearing equipment load-carrying equipment Light-Vehicle, Obscuration Smoke System

FM FTX GMG HMMWV HQ IMT LBE LCE LVOSS

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MANSCEN MEDEVAC METL METT-TC MILES mm MO mod MOPP MOPP 4 MOS MP MPGST MTOE MTP NBC NLW NSN OPFOR ROE

United States Army Maneuver Support Center medical evacuation mission-essential task list mission, enemy, terrain, troops, time available, and civilian considerations Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System millimeter Missouri; monthly model mission-oriented protection posture mask worn, protective suit, boots, and gloves worn Military Occupational Specialty military police military police gunnery skills test modified table of organization and equipment mission training plan nuclear, biological, and chemical nonlethal weapons nonstandard number; national stock number opposing forces rules of engagement

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SALUTE SHELREP SINCGARS SITREP SM SMCT soldier training publication (STP)

size, activity, location, unit, time, and equipment shelling report Single-Channel, Ground-to-Air Radio System situation report soldier's manual; selected marksman soldier's manual of common tasks Publications that contain critical tasks and other training information used to train soldiers and serve to standardize individual training for the whole Army; provide information and guidance in conducting individual training in the unit; and aid the soldier, officer, noncommissioned officer (NCO), and commander in training critical tasks. They consist of Soldier's Manuals, Trainer's Guides, Military Qualification Standards manuals, and Officer Foundations Standards System manuals. standing operating procedure soldier's training publication situational training exercise training and evaluation outline trainer's guide technical manual; team team movement technique

SOP STP STX T&EO TG TM TMT

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TOE TRADOC US USAMPS

table(s) of organization and equipment United States Army Training and Doctrine Command United States United States Army Military Police School

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References
Required Publications Required publications are sources that users must read in order to understand or to comply with this publication. Army Training and Evaluation Program
ARTEP 19-100-10-DRILL Military Police Drills. 18 April 2001 ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP Mission Training Plan for Echelon Above Corps, Corps, and Division Military Police Platoons (Combat Support). 10 April 1999 Mission Training Plan for Echelons Above Corps, Corps and Division Military Police Company (Combat Support). 10 April 1999

ARTEP 19-313-30-MTP

ARTEP 19-333-D10-MTP Mission Training Plan for the Digital Military Police Platoon (Heavy Division). 15 October 2002 ARTEP 19-333-D30-MTP Mission Training Plan for the Digital Military Police Company (Heavy Division). 15 October 2002 ARTEP 19-333-D-MTP Mission Training Plan for the Digital Division Military Police Provost Marshal (Heavy Division). 15 October 2002 Mission Training Plan for the Military Police Combat Support and Internment and Resettlement Brigades and Criminal Investigation Division Groups. 2 March 2001 Mission Training Plan for Echelons Above Corps and Corps Military Police Battalion and Division Provost Marshal (Combat Support). 10 April 1999

ARTEP 19-472-MTP

ARTEP 19-476-MTP

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ARTEP 19-100-10-DRILL ARTEP 19-546-MTP Mission Training Plan for the Headquarters and Headquarters Company Military Police Battalion (Internment/Resettlement). 10 April 1999 Mission Training Plan for the Military Police Escort Guard Company. 10 April 1999 Mission Training Plan for the Military Police Guard Company. 10 April 1999 Mission Training Plan for the Military Police Detachment (Law and Order). 10 April 1999 Mission Training Plan (MTP) for the Military Police (MP) Detachment (Criminal Investigation Division [CID]). 25 April 2001 Mission Training Plan (MTP) for the Military Police (MP) Battalion (Criminal Investigation Division [CID]). 2 March 2001 Mission Training Plan for the Infantry Rifle Platoon and Squad. 29 September 1994

ARTEP 19-647-30-MTP ARTEP 19-667-30-MTP ARTEP 19-710-MTP ARTEP 19-880-MTP

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Field Manuals
FM 101-5-1 FM 11-32 FM 19-25 FM 21-31 FM 21-75 FM 22-100 FM 25-101 Operational Terms and Graphics. 30 September 1997 Combat Net Radio Operations. 15 October 1990 Military Police Traffic Operations. 30 September 1977 Topographic Symbols. 19 June 1961 Combat Skills of the Soldier. 3 August 1984 Army Leadership. 31 August 1999 Battle Focused Training. 30 September 1990

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ARTEP 19-100-10-DRILL FM 3-09.12 FM 3-19.1 FM 3-19.4 FM 3-21.71 FM 3-22.40 Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Field Artillery Target Acquisition. 21 June 2002 Military Police Operations. 22 March 2001 Military Police Leaders' Handbook. 4 March 2002 Mechanized Infantry Platoon and Squad (Bradley). 20 August 2002 Multiservice Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (MTTP) for Tactical Employment of Nonlethal Weapons (NLW) {MCRP 3-15.8/ NTTP 3-07.3.2. AFTTP(I) 3-2.45/USCG PUB 3-07.31}. 15 January 2003 Map Reading and Land Navigation. 20 July 2001 Terrain Analysis. 11 July 1990 Training the Force. 22 October 2002 The Mechanized Infantry Platoon and Squad (APC). 15 March 1985

FM 3-25.26 FM 5-33 FM 7-0 FM 7-7

Soldier Training Publications


STP 19-95B1-SM STP 19-95B24-SM-TG Soldiers Manual for MOS 95B, Military Police Skill Level 1. 14 January 2003 Soldiers Manual and Trainers Guide for MOS 95B, Military Police, Skill Levels 2/3/4. 02 December 2002 Soldier's Manual of Common Tasks Skill Level 1. 1 October 1994

STP 21-1-SMCT

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ARTEP 19-100-10-DRILL STP 21-24-SMCT Soldier's Manual of Common Tasks (SMCT) Skill Levels 2-4. 1 October 1992

Technical Manuals
TM 11-5985-357-13 Operator's, Organizational, and Direct Support Maintenance Manual for Antenna Group, OE-254/GRC. 1 February 1991 Operator's Manual for Machine Gun, 40-MM, MK 19, MOD 3. 30 May 2001

TM 9-1010-230-10

Related Publications Related publications are sources of additional information. They are not required in order to understand this publication. Soldier Training Publications
STP 19-95C14-SM-TG Soldier's Manual and Trainer's Guide for MOS 95C, Internment/Resettlement Specialist, Skill Levels 1/2/3/4. 26 March 1999

Department of Army Forms


DA Form 2028 Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms. 1 February 1974

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ARTEP 19-100-10-DRILL 28 NOVEMBER 2003

By Order of the Secretary of the Army:

PETER J. SCHOOMAKER General, United States Army Chief of Staff

Official:

JOEL B. HUDSON Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army 0330313

DISTRIBUTION: Active Army, Army National Guard, and US Army Reserve: To be distributed in accordance with the initial distribution number 120871, requirements for ARTEP 19-100-10-DRILL.

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