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Familiarize the Commanders SITREP and 9 line medevac casualty evacuation request formats Perform Visual Signal Techniques.

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2 Familiarize the Commanders SITREP and 9 line medevac casualty evacuation request formats Perform Visual Signal Techniques

3 In a classroom setting familiarize yourself with the Commanders SITREP, 9 Line Medevac, and Visual Signal Techniques

4 Be familiar with a 9 line medevac request and a commanders SITREP and Visual Signal Techniques With the given handouts follow along

5 References: FM ; FM 71-3; FM 71-2

6 Used to keep the commanders higher and lower staff updated and advised on the reporting commanders critical situation Are not for general discussion, news reports or unconfirmed rumors In a field setting can be transmitted over a secure radio or FBCB2 tracker (Force Battle Command Brigade and Below)

7 LINE 1- DATE AND TIME_________________(DTG) LINE 2- UNIT________________(Unit making report) LINE 3- REFERENCE____________________(Provide reference: report title, originator, and DTG) LINE 4- ORIGINATOR____________________(Unit identification code of the unit originating the report) LINE 5- REPORTED UNIT__________________(Unit identification code of the reported unit)

8 LINE 6- HOME LOCATION_________________(UTM or 6 digit grid coordinate with MGRS grid zone designator for the home location of the reported unit) LINE 7- PRESENT LOCATION_______________(UTM or 6 digit coordinate with MGRS grid zone designator for the present location of the reported unit) LINE 8- ACTIVITY_________________________(Brief description of reported units current activity) LINE 9- EFFECTIVE________________(Commanders evaluation of the reported units combat effectiveness)

9 LINE 10- OWN SITUATION DISPOSITION/STATUS__________________(A summary updating changes to or not previously reported major combatant and support force locations; significant mission readiness degradation on units; current deployments; proposed deployments; changes in task force designations; organization or operational control (CHOP); and projected requirements for additional forces)

10 LINE 11- LOCATION______________________(UTM or 6 digit grid coordinate with MGRS Grid Zone Designator LINE 12- SITUATION OVERVIEW___________(A brief overall assessment of the situation to include circumstances or conditions which increase or materially detract from the capability and readiness of forces assigned or under operational control of the command or service)

11 LINE 13- OPERATIONS_____________________(A brief description and results of offensive and defensive operations carried out by major combatant elements during the period of the report; information on allied forces operations; summary of plans for combat operations during next 24 hours including objectives and probable enemy reaction; deviations or variations from previously reported intentions/plans

12 LINE 14- INTELLIGENCE/RECONNAISSANCE_________(Brief overview of the situation, including operations, order of battle, capabilities, and the threat changes; reference: any significant spot intelligence reports (SPIREPs) or intelligence reports (INTREPs) submitted in previous 24 hours) LINE 15-LOGISTICS___________________(Significant deficiencies affecting support for planned operations; problem areas beyond the commanders or services capability to overcome or alleviate in a timely manner)

13 LINE 16- COMMUNICATIONS/CONNECTIVITY__________ __ (Significant outages, traffic volume, incompatibilities, and quantitative equipment deficiencies; an assessment of the mission impact caused by communications outages and degradations should be provided by the CINCs J- 6/J-3 staff and contained in this section

14 LINE 17- PERSONNEL____________________(Factors affecting readiness of forces/units; mobilization status; daily battle casualties for example: KIA (killed in action); WIA (wounded in action); MIA (missing in action) aggregated by service and impact of all casualties sustained(Battle, nonbattle, critical skills, key personnel upon the commands mission capability)

15 References: FM ; FM 21-11

16 Consists of 9 lines of information used to request a casualty evacuation MEDEVAC request lines 1 to 5 must always be transmitted first, this enables the evacuation unit to begin the mission and avoid unnecessary delay if the information in lines 6 to 9 is not available yet The information for Lines 6 through 9 should be transmitted as soon as it is available Keep your radio traffic brief to avoid tying up the channel. Remember to break after every three lines at the minimum in case the radio operators needs to double- check your information

17 LINE 1- Location of pick-up site ( Grid zone designator with 8 digit grid) LINE 2- Radio Frequency, call sign, and suffix ( Required so that evacuation vehicle can contact requesting unit while enroute or obtain additional information or changes in situation or directions)

18 LINE 3- Number of patients by precedence: A.Urgent- patients who should be evacuated as soon as possible and within two hours to save life, limb, or eyesight B.Urgent Surgical- patients who must have surgical intervention to save their life C.Priority- patient who should be moved within four hours or condition will deteriorate to such a degree that it will become urgent D.Routine- personnel whose condition is not expected to worsen significantly and who will require evacuation in the next 24 hours E.Convenience- category assigned to patients for whom evacuation is a matter of medical convenience rather than necessity

19 LINE 4- Special Equipment required: A.None B.Hoist C.Extraction equipment D.Ventilator LINE 5- Number of patients: A.Litter B.Ambulatory

20 LINE 6- Security at pick-up site: N- no enemy troops in area P- possible enemy troops in area (approach with caution) E- enemy troops in area (approach with caution) X- enemy troops in area (armed escort required) *In peacetime- number and types of wounds, injuries, and illnesses

21 LINE 7- Method of marking pick-up site: A.Panels B.Pyrotechnic signal C.Smoke signal D.None E.Other

22 LINE 8- Patient nationality and status: A.US military B.US civilian C.Non-US military D.Non-US civilian E.EPW LINE 9- NBC contamination: N- Nuclear B- Biological C- Chemical * In peacetime- terrain description of pick-up site

23 Delta, this is Echo4, over Echo4, this is Delta, send over This is Echo4, request MEDEVAC, over Roger Echo4, send your request, over Line One – LZ Jaybird Break Line Two-HF , UHF Echo4 -Break Line Three- 2A, 3C – Break Line Four-A – Break Line Five-2L, 3A – Break Line Six-P – Break Line Seven-C – Break Line Eight- A – Break Line Nine- All Clear – Break How Copy my last, Over Roger Echo4, solid copy, stand-by for inbound MEDEVAC plan – over Echo4 standing-by, over

24 Two Volunteers Please One volunteer will read as the person requesting the 9 line medevac (call sign Echo4) The other volunteer will read the person receiving the 9 line medevac request (call sign Delta)

25 References: FM 7-7; FM 17-95; FM 21-60

26 Hand and are signals are given while mounted-vehicle to vehicle, and dismounted-from ground to vehicle or ground to ground. Dismounted signals given from ground to vehicle are normally referred to as Ground Guide signals, these are used to communicate to either one element or to an entire unit Flag signals are used in the same manner as hand and arm signals Pyrotechnic signals are used either mounted or dismounted to communicate to an entire unit Ground to air signals are used to guide a helicopter(s) to a landing point

27 START ENGINES or PREPARE TO MOVE STOP ENGINE HALT or STOP MOVE FORWARD MOVE IN REVERSE (backup) CHANGE DIRECTION

28 NEUTRAL STEER (tracked vehicles) INCREASE SPEED LIGHTS ON- point index finger of both hands toward eyes LIGHTS OFF CLOSE DISTANCE BETWEEN VEHICLES AND STOP RAISE RAMP LOWER RAMP

29 Are used during periods of darkness or limited visibility. Objects such as a flashlight with a filtered lens or a chemlight are normally used to give signals. Never use a bright light-it will give your position to the enemy

30 START ENGINE HALT, STOP (moving vehicles) or STOP ENGINE (stationary vehicles) INCREASE SPEED TURN MOVE IN REVERSE (for vehicles which are not moving) or SLOW DOWN (for vehicles which are moving)

31 Are always used when a vehicle is moving in reverse or neutral steering The rear ground guide is in command of moving the vehicle when it is moving in reverse and will give his or her visual signals according to the direction he or she wants the front of the vehicle to move

32 The front ground guide is responsible for relaying the signals given by the rear ground guide to the driver of the vehicle When the rear ground guide is giving a command the front ground guide will create a mirror image of the rear ground guides signals. For e.g. when the rear ground guide is giving the command move in reverse-change direction left

33 Used to control movement and give warning to either an entire unit or a platoon size or larger element within a unit Track commanders execute the signals to communicate messages between vehicles When an action or movement is to be executed by less than the total unit, the signaler will point, if necessary, toward the elements of a unit as an alert that a signal will follow. However, when a movement or action is to be executed by the entire unit the proper signal should be preceded by the signal attention

34 Are performed by hand and arm signals or by the use of flags Hand and arm signals to direct combat formations

35 COIL HERRINGBONE CONTACT LEFT CONTACT RIGHT ACTION LEFT ACTION RIGHT AIR ATTACK NBC ATTACK

36 TRAVELING TRAVELING OVERWATCH BOUNDING OVERWATCH or COVER MY MOVE MOVE TO LEFT MOVE TO RIGHT

37 ATTENTION I AM READY or READY TO MOVE or ARE YOU READY? MOUNT DISMOUNT or TAKE A PRONE POSITION DISREGARD PREVIOUS COMMAND or AS YOU WERE

38 I DO NOT UNDERSTAND ADVANCE or MOVE OUT OPEN UP CLOSE UP RIGHT/LEFT TURN BUTTON UP UNBUTTON MESSAGE ACKNOWLEDGED

39 Are used to communicate messages between vehicles over distances which are to use standard hand and arm signals. The use of flags must be strictly monitored to prevent the enemy from detecting your position

40 MOUNT- with the DISMOUNT DISMOUNT AND ASSAULT ASSSEMBLE or CLOSE MOVE OUT NBC HAZARD PRESENT

41 Three Volunteers Please Each Volunteer will perform 1 visual signal technique off the handout


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