3Noncommissioned Officer The Creedof theNoncommissioned OfficerNo one is more professional than I. I am a Noncommissioned Officer, a leader of soldiers. As a Noncommissioned Officer, I realize that I am a member of a time honored corps, which is known as “The Backbone of the Army”. I am proud of the Corps of Noncommissioned Officers and will at all times conduct myself so as to bring credit upon the Corps, the Military Service, and my country regardless of the situation in which I find myself. I will not use my grade or position to attain pleasure, profit, or personal safety.ompetence is my watch-word. My two basic responsibilities will always be uppermost in my mind---accomplishment of my mission and the welfare of my soldiers. I will strive to remain tactically and technically proficient. I am aware of my role as a Noncommissioned Officer. I will fulfill my responsibilities inherent in that role. All soldiers are entitled to outstanding leadership; I will provide that leadership. I know my soldiers and I will always place their needs above my own. I will communicate consistently with my soldiers and never leave them uninformed. I will be fair and impartial when recommending both rewards and punishment.fficers of my unit will have maximum time to accomplish their duties; they will not have to accomplish mine. I will earn their respect and confidence as well as that of my soldiers. I will be loyal to those with whom I serve; seniors, peers and subordinates alike. I will exercise initiative by taking appropriate action in the absence of orders. I will not compromise my integrity, nor my moral courage. I will not forget, nor will I allow my comrades to forget that we are professionals, Noncommissioned Officers, LEADERS!CO
4ARMY VALUES L * D * R * S * H * I * P L- LOYALTY: BEAR TRUE FAITH AND ALLEGIANCE TO THE U.S. CONSTITUTION, THEARMY, AND OTHER SOLDIERS.D- DUTY: FULFILL YOUR OBLIGATIONS.R- RESPECT: TREAT PEOPLE AS THEY SHOULD BE TREATED.S- SELFLESS-SERVICE: PUT THE WELFARE OFTHE NATION, THE ARMY AND YOURSUBORDINATES BEFORE YOUR OWN.H- HONOR: LIVE UP TO ALL THE ARMY VALUES.I- INTEGRITY: DO WHAT’S RIGHT, LEGALLY ANDMORALLY.P- PERSONAL COURAGE: FACE FEAR, DANGER,OR ADVERSITY (PHYSICAL AND MORAL).
5P S D P U N I S H E R S Rank Last Name First Name Position BROS# BLD TYPAN/PVS-14M4/ACOGM9M240B1LTPlatoon LeaderSFCGamioNelsonPlatoon SergeantA POSAlpha TeamBravo TeamCharlie TeamCommand Team LTCCSM
6Vehicle’s PCC/PCIs Current Dispatch (signed by driver/commander) PMCS complete and annotated (before and during)Vehicle topped offFuel can strappedRhino droppedLoad Plan (everything secured and tied down)Four MRE boxes (one opened)Four packs of waterCooler with ice and one pack of waterCLS bagWALK KitSmoke grenadeRed/Green Flag12in Crescent WrenchRadio checks and operational on all systems:Radio (Internal, Battalion)BFT (FIPR to Battalion)MBTR (Internal)DAGRDUKES (Jamming)Rhino*DUKES MapperCrew served weapons (cleaned, basic load, functionscheck, properly mountedTurret charged and freely rotatesUBL of ammo strapped down and securedCLPBinos (cleaned and stored near the TC)Tow bar tighten down properlyFire extinguishers fully chargedWindows and lights cleanedSide view mirrors adjustedCombat locks operationalSeatbelts operationalPaper Maps
7Soldier’s PCC/PCIs ID Tags around neck ID Card Military Driver’s License for driversACH w/ NAPE padIOTV w/ plates, collar, throat, crotch protectorIFAKTourniquet in each ankle pocketDAPs for gunnersGunner Restraint HarnessGlovesEye ProtectionElbow pads if not wearing combat shirtKnee PadsEar plugsWatch (optional)Camelbak or water sourceNotebook w/ pen or pencilIndividual weapon(s): Cleanliness and function checkAmmunition and MagazinesBasic Load:M9 – 45 roundsM4 – 210 roundsM14 – 80 roundsM203 – 36 HEM249 – 1000 roundsM240B – 900 roundsM2 – 600 roundsShotgun – 50 roundsEvery Soldiers knows SMETSSituation (Enemy, Friendly, )Mission (Task and Purpose)Execution (Individual, Team Tasks)TimelineSpecial Equipment Needed
8POST MISSION CHECKS Raise Rhino Vehicle topped off PMCS complete and annotated (after)Vehicle police calledReconstitute load planEnsure everything secured and tied downCooler drained add one pack of waterCLS bag (secured)WALK Kit (secured)Smoke grenade (secured)Red/Green Flag (secured)12in Crescent Wrench (secured)Radio checks and operational on all systems:Radio (Internal, Battalion) (Standby)BFT (FIPR to Battalion) (Shutdown)MBTR (Internal) (Shutdown)DAGR (Shutdown)DUKES (Shutdown)Rhino (Shutdown)*DUKES Mapper (Shutdown)Turret hatch latched downTurret plugged inUBL of ammo strapped down and securedBinos (cleaned and stored near the TC)Tow bar tighten downFire extinguishers checkedSeatbelts placed on seatsHeadsets hung on seatsVisor (Bumper Number) flipped downWeapons (maintenance)
10FREQ CARD ELEMENT CALLSIGN FREQ BFT NAME INTERNAL PUNISHER BATTALION/ALT BNBRIGADESPEICHERMEDEVACRECOVERYJCCBDE PSD
11PAX IN VEHICLE RANK NAME (LAST, FIRST) BROS # BLOOD TYPE 1. 2. CONVOY PAX TOTAL:____ + ____ +____ VICS:____US DOD LNRANKNAME (LAST, FIRST)BROS #BLOODTYPE18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.9.10.11.
129 LINE IED/UXO REPORT Line 1- DTG:________________20_____ DAY TIME MONTHLine 2 - Grid of IED: __MD_____________________________Line 3 - Call Sign:____PUNISHER_(___)___________________Line 4 - Type of IED:___________________________________Describe the IED/UXO, dropped, projected, placed, or thrownLine 5 - NBC Contamination: ___________________________Line 6 - Target:_______________________________________Coalition Forces, civilians, equipment, facilities, or other assetsLine 7 - Impact on Mission: ____________________________Short description of current tactical situation and how the IED/UXO affects the missionLine 8 - Protective Measures:___________________________Describe any measures to protect personnel or equipment (cordon, security)Line 9 - Recommended Priority:_________________________For EOD Support (Immediate, Indirect, Minor, No Threat)Line 9a - Number of Vehicles in Patrol:____________________Line 9b - Route and direction of travel:____________________Line 9c - Location of IED/UXO:___________________________Line 9d - Battle Damage Assessment (BDA):________________Line 9e - KIA/WIA:____________________________________Battle Roster Number(s)
139 LINE MEDEVAC REQUESTLine 1- Grid Location of Pickup Site:_MD__________________Line 2 – Radio Frequency/Call Sign: __854/PUNISHER ( )____Line 3 – Number of Patients by Precedence:_______________Urgent – evacuate within 2hrsUrgent -Surgical (All Trauma) – need immediate surgical carePriority – evacuate within 4 hrsLine 4 – Special Equipment Needed:______________________A) NoneHoistExtraction EquipmentVentilatorLine 5 – Number of Patients by Type: _LITTER #:___AMBULATORY #:____Line 6 - Security:______________________________________NO Enemy TroopsPOSSIBLE Enemy TroopsCONFIRMED Enemy Troops in Area (Use Caution)X) ENGAGED with Enemy Troops (Armed Escort Recommended)Line 7 – Method of marking pick-up site: __________________VF17 panel, (Color)smoke, flare, (Color)chem lightsLine 8 – Patient Status and Nationality:US/Coalition Military, Nationality:_____________________US/Coalition Force Civilian, Nationality:_________________Non-Coalition force Soldier, Nationality:________________Non-US/Coalition civilian, Nationality:__________________Enemy Prisoner of War:______________________________High Value Target:__________________________________Line 9 – NBC Contamination:__________________________(Nuclear, Biological, Chemical, None)
14CBRN 1 REPORT Line B – Position of the Observer: MD Line D – DTG of Detonation:DAY TIME MONTHLine E – DTG of End of Attack:Line F – Location of Attack: MDActual or EstimatedLine G – Means of Delivery:Artillery, Rockets, Mortars, Missiles, Bomb or SprayLine H – Type of Agent/Burst:Persistent or Non-persistent / Air or Surface
16IED Attack Terminology 1IEDImprovised Explosive Device – A device placed or fabricated in an improvised manner incorporating destructive, lethal, noxious, pyrotechnic, or incendiary chemicals and designed to destroy, incapacitate, harass, or distract. It may incorporate military stores, but is normally devised using non-military components.2UXOUnexploded Ordnance – Explosive ordnance which has been primed, fused, armed or otherwise prepared for action, and which has been fired, dropped, launched, projected, or placed in such a manner as to constitute a hazard to operations, installations, personnel, or material and remains unexploded either by malfunction or design or any other cause. Some UXO may be placed with the intent to add an initiation system at a later time, at this point it may become an IED. If in doubt treat as a worst case scenario and report as an IED.3ERWExplosive Remnants of War – Any military ordnance left on the battlefield, or in abandoned munitions storage sites – not necessarily old or deteriorated4AAIEDAnti-Armor IED – An IED that incorporates armor defeating principles such as Explosively Formed Projectiles, Shaped and Plate Charges. They are designed to damage or destroy armored vehicles and/or kill or wound individuals inside armored vehicles.5EFPExplosively Formed Projectiles – A specially designed IED which incorporates explosive encase behind a milled/pressed metal plate (liner) which, through explosive force, reshapes into a projectile capable of piercing armor.6Shaped ChargeShaped Charge – A charge shaped in such a manner so as to concentrate it’s explosive force in a particular direction.
17IED Attack Terminology 7Platter ChargePlatter or Plate Charge – Use explosive force to propel a metal plate towards a target in a manner where the plate remains intact.8VBIEDVehicle-borne IED – An IED delivered by a small ground based vehicle (e.g. passenger vehicle, motorcycle, moped, bicycle etc.) and/or serves as the concealment means for explosives with an initiating device.9LVBIEDLarge Vehicle-borne IED – An IED delivered by a large ground based vehicle (e.g. dump truck, panel truck, bongo truck, commercial bus, tanker etc.) and/or serves as the concealment means for explosives with an initiating device.10RVBIEDRemote VBIED – A VBIED which is driven to the target by Radio or Remote (Wire) Control. The initiation system may or may not be the same as the driving control system.11SuicideSuicide – An IED initiated by an operator at a time of his/her choosing in which the operator intentionally kills himself/herself as part of the attack.12SVBIEDSuicide VBIED – A VBIED which requires the driver, or passenger inside the vehicle, to detonate the explosives. May incorporate a command initiation as a back-up.13PBIEDPerson-borne IED – An IED worn by a person, such as a vest, belt, back-pack, etc., in which the person houses the whole IED or principle IED components and/or serves as the delivery or concealment means for explosives with an initiating device. A PBIED is often initiated by the person wearing the IED (Suicide) – however, not all PBIED are triggered by the person wearing the IED.
18IED Attack Terminology 14HoaxHoax– An object or report designed to simulate an IED, deliberately employed to cause disruption of normal activity and/or to identify CF TTPs.15Magnetic AttachmentMagnetic Attachment– A type of IED employment in which the device is attached to the target using magnets.16Underbelly IEDUnderbelly IED– An type of IED in which the devices targets the undercarriage of a vehicle.17CacheCache– A facility or location where supplies are hidden or otherwise concealed and are not readily available. A Cache may consist of weapons or other equipment.18HMEHome Made Explosives – A combination of commercially available ingredients combined to create an explosive substance.19UBEUnknown Bulk Explosive– A categorization used to define a quantity of explosive if there is insufficient evidence to determine if the explosives are of military, commercial, or homemade origin.20Secondary DeviceSecondary Device– This is an additional device emplaced in the target area to attack individuals or vehicles after the initial event. Often employed to target first responders following an initial IED event.21Tertiary DeviceTertiary Device – This is an additional device emplaced in the target area to attack individuals or vehicles after the initial and secondary events.
195 and 25s IED Attack Terminology 22Complex AttackComplex Attack– An attack that involves one or more IEDs, or an IED attack used in conjunction with direct or indirect SAF.23Effective AttackEffective Attack– An attack which meets the assessed intent i.e. casualties, or damage to vehicles or infrastructure.5 and 25s5s TC – Directs “Conduct Fives” All – visual check around the vehicle. Look for anything out of ordinary. Ground level and above head height. If there’s a threat move the vehicle. State “Clear” or “IED” + location, etc.25s TC – Directs “Clear” Crew checks ground and dismounts. Check around and under vehicle. Remain in cleared area and scan to 25m. Conduct physical check out to 25m. Look for anything out of the ordinary. Driver and Gunner in vehicle if possible. If there’s a threat move the vehicle.
20The 4 B’sBe professionalBe politeBe vigilantBe ready to kill
21The 5 C’s of Route Clearance CONTROL SPACE AND TRAFFICa. Immediately haltb. Scan for triggerman and secondary devicesc. ID/search for possible sources of small arms fire/RPGd. Gunners remain low in turrete. Lead and trail vehicles move to a minimum 300 meters (METT-TC)f. All vehicles conducts 5/25/500 meters checksCORDON OFF THE SITEa. Lead/trail vehicles establish TCPs, cordon, and 360 degree securityb. Conduct 5/25/500 meters checks at ICP and cordon positionsc. Clear the area of all PAX and civilians to minimum of 300 metersd. Make maximum use of existing covere. Black out vehicles at night to conceal security of vehiclesCONFIRM WITH IRAQI EOD or BUFFALO/ROBOTa. Call for Iraqi EOD, Police, and Armyb. Call for the Law Enforcement Professional (LEP) and engineer support, if no support from Iraqi EODCONDUCT SEARCH FOR SECONDARY DEVICESa. ICP set up for follow-on cordon/SAF missionsb. Provide 360 degree secure cordon, blocking vehicles and PAXc. Conduct 5/25/500 meters checksd. Randomly check personnel and clearing the area for devicese. Cordon Soldiers focus outward to provide protectionf. Remain vigilant for escaping vehicles or personnelCALL BATTALION WITH 9-LINE IED/UXO REPORT AND WAIT FOR EOD/SAFa. Upon confirmation , submit 9-Line IED/UXO Reportb. Check for status of Local EOD, if not arrivedc. Allow only emergency services to breach cordon (look for possible VBIED)d. Secure the cordon until Iraqi EOD declares all clear
23PSDs MRAP Data PSD 1 M PSD 2 M PSD 3 M PSD 4 M Registration #: Radio: DAGR:BFT:Services Due:PSD 2 MRegistration #:Radio: N/ADAGR: N/ABFT:Services Due:PSD 3 MRegistration #:Radio: N/ADAGR: N/ABFT:Services Due:PSD 4 MRegistration #:Radio: 0Radio:DAGR:BFT:Services Due:
24PSDs MRAP Data PSD 5 M PSD 6 M PSD 7 M Registration #: Radio: DAGR:BFT:Services Due:PSD 5 MPSD 6 MRegistration #:Radio: N/ADAGR: N/ABFT:Services Due:PSD 7 MRegistration #:Radio: N/ADAGR: N/ABFT: N/AServices Due:
25PSDs 1151 Data PSD 1 H – PSD 2 H – PSD 3 H – PSD 4 H – PSD 5 H –
26TROOP LEADING PROCEDURES RECEIVE THE MISSIONISSUE THE WARNING ORDERMAKE A TENTATIVE PLANSTART NECESSARY MOVEMENTRECONNOITERCOMPLETE PLANISSUE THE COMPLETE PLANSUPERVISE
27IRAQI ARMY RANK STRUCTURE Order Rank Insignia 1 Field Marshal مهيب 2 (Highest Rank)Field Marshal مهيب2General فريق أول3Lieutenant General فريق4Major General لواء5Brigadier General عميد6Colonel عقيد7Lieutenant Colonel مقدم8Major رائد9Captain نقيب101st Lieutenant ملازم أول11(Lowest rank)2nd Lieutenant ملازم
30Unloading and Clearing Procedures M4 RIFLE (5.56mm)Unloading and Clearing ProceduresOrient weapon in a safe direction.Remove the magazine from the weapon.Attempt to place weapon selector lever on SAFE.Lock bolt to rear (ensure weapon is on SAFE.Inspect the receiver and chamber to ensure no ammunition is present.With NO ammunition in the chamber or receiver, allow the bolt to go forward.Aim weapon into clearing container, rotate selector lever to SEMI, and squeeze the trigger.Charge weapon once.Place selector lever to safe.
31M9 Semiautomatic Pistol (9mm) Unloading and Clearing Procedures Orient weapon in a safe direction.Place decocking/safety on safe.Depress the magazine release button and remove the magazine.Grasp the slide narrations and fully retract the slide to remove the chambered cartridge.Lock the slide to the rear, using the slide stop, and visually inspect chamber to ensure it is empty.Release the slide STOP to allow the slide to return fully to the forward position.Place weapon on FIRE.Squeeze trigger.Place weapon on safe.
32Unloading and Clearing Procedures M240B Machine Gun (7.62mm)Unloading and Clearing ProceduresOrient weapon in a safe direction.Ensure weapon is on SAFE. NOTE: If the bolt is in the forward position place the weapon FIRE. Pull the cocking handle to the rear, locking the bolt to the rear. Place the weapon on SAFE.Push in latches to open cover assembly.Remove ammunition belt.Check the feed tray.Lift the feed tray and inspect the chamber.Check the space between the face of the bolt and the chamber, to include the space under the bolt and operating rod assembly.6. Close feed tray and feed tray cover.7. Place safety on FIRE.8. Pull and hold charger handle assembly to rear, pull trigger and ease bolt forward to close and lock.WARNING: DO NOT INSTALL OR REMOVE A LOADED WEAPON FROM A MOUNTING BRACKET
33CODE OF CONDUCTII. am an American, fighting in the forces which guard my country and our way of life. I am prepared to give my life in their defenseIII will never surrender of my own free will. If in command, I will never surrender the members of my command while they still have the means to resist.IIIIf I am captured, I will continue to resist by all means available. I will make every effort to escape and aid others to escape. I will accept neither parole nor special favors from the enemy.IVIf I become a prisoner of war, I will keep faith with my fellow prisoners. I will give no information or take part in any action which might be harmful to my comrades. If I am senior, I will take command. If not, I will obey the lawful orders of those appointed over me and will back them up in every way.VWhen questioned, should I become a prisoner of war, I am requires to give name, rank, service number and date of birth. I will evade answering further questions to the utmost of my ability. I will make no oral or written statements disloyal to my country and its allies or harmful to their cause.VII will never forget that I am an American, fighting for freedom, responsible for my actions, and dedicated to the principles which made my country free. I will trust in my God and in the United States of America.
34PROMOTION CRITERIA RANK ACCELERATED NORMAL RANK SECONDARY ZONE PVT TO PV24-6 MONTHS TIS6 MONTHS TISPV2 TO PFC6-12 MONTHS TIS12 MONTHS TIS4 MONTHS TIG WAIVERABLE12 MONTHS TIS3 MONTHS TIG26 MONTHS TIS6 MONTHS TIG3 MONTHS TIG WAIVERABLEPFC TO SPCRANKSECONDARY ZONEPRIMARY ZONE18 M0NTHS TIG8 MONTHS TIS1/2 WAIVERABLE36 MONTHS TIS8 MONTHS TIG1/2 WAIVERABLESPC TO SGT60 MONTHS TIS10 MONTHS TIG1/2 WAIVERABLE84 MONTHS TIS10 MONTHS TIG1/2 WAIVERABLESGT TO SSGNOTE: IF A SOLDIER IS IN THE PRIMARY ZONE FOR CONSIDERATION FOR PROMOTION TO THE NEXT HIGHER GRADE, AND IS NOT GOING TO BE SELECTED / APPEAR BEFORE THE PROMOTION BOARD, IT IS MANDITORY THAT THE SOLDIER BE COUNSELED IN WRITING ON THE REASON WHY HE/SHE IS NOT GETTING PROMOTED / APPEARING BEFORE THE BOARD. IT MUST INCLUDE POSSIBLE WAYS TO CORRECT THE PROBLEM, SO THAT THE SOLDIER CAN APPEAR AS SOON AS THE PROBLEMS ARE CORRECTED. ALL THIS MUST BE IN DOCUMENTED ON A DA FORM 4856.
35UNIFORM CODE OF MILITARY JUSTICE COMMANDINGOFFICERCOMPANYGRADEPVTTOSPCSGTTOSGMFIELDGRADEPVTTOSPCSGTTOSGMADMONITIONREPREMANDYESYESYESYES14DAYS(1)14DAYS(1)60DAYS60DAYSRESTRICTIONEXTRADUTIES14DAYS(1)14DAYS(1)45DAYS45DAYS7DAYS(2&3)CORRECTIONALCUSTODYNO30DAYSNO1/2PAYFOR 2MONTHS1/2PAYFOR 2MONTHSFOREFITUREOF PAY7DAYS7DAYSONEGRADEIF INPROMOTIONAUTHORITYONEORMORELOWERGRADESREDUCTIONINRANKREDUCEONEGRADENORESTRICTION AND EXTRA DUTY MAY BE COMBINED, BUT IN SUCH ACASE, THE TOTAL MAY NOT EXCEED THE MAXIMUM ALLOWED FOR EXTRADUTY.(2) ENLISTED SOLDIERS WITH A PAY GRADE OF SPC MAY NOT BE PLACED IN CORRECTIONAL CUSTODY, BUT IF THEIR RANK IS REDUCED TO A PAY GRADE OF PFC THEY MAY BE PLACED IN CORRECTIONAL CUSTODY AS A PART OF THE SAME PUNISHMENT.(3) ENLISTED SOLDIERS WITH A PAY GRADE OF PVT TO SPC MAY BE CONFINED FOR 3 DAYS ON BREAD AND WATER WHEN EMBARKED OR ATTACHED TO A VESSEL.(4) THE PROMOTION AUTHORITY FOR PAY GRADE SFC TO SGM RESTS WITH HQ DA;AR (PARA 7-36) PROHIBITS REDUCTION IN RANK FOR MISCONDUCT OF SOLDIERS IN THESE PAY GRADES.
36PUNITIVE ARTICLES OF THE UCMJ Article 77 - Principals. Article 78 - Accessory after the fact. Article 79 - Conviction of lesser included offense. Article 80 - Attempts. Article 81 - Conspiracy. Article 82 - Solicitation. Article 83 - Fraudulent enlistment, appointment, or separation. Article 84 - Unlawful enlistment, appointment, or separation. Article 85 - Desertion. Article 86 - Absence without leave. Article 87 - Missing movement. Article 88 - Contempt toward officials. Article 89 - Disrespect toward superior commissioned officer. Article 90 - Assaulting or willfully disobeying superior commissioned officer. Article 91 - Insubordinate conduct toward warrant officer, noncommissioned officer, or petty officer. Article 92 - Failure to obey order or regulation. Article 93 - Cruelty and maltreatment. Article 94 - Mutiny or sedition. Article 95 - Resistance, flight, breach of arrest, and escape. Article 96 - Releasing prisoner without proper authority. Article 97 - Unlawful detention. Article 98 - Noncompliance with procedural rules. Article 99 - Misbehavior before the enemy. Article Subordinate compelling surrender. Article Improper use of countersign. Article Forcing a safeguard. Article Captured or abandoned property. Article Aiding the enemy. Article Misconduct as prisoner. Article Spies. Article 106a - Espionage.
37PUNITIVE ARTICLES OF THE UCMJ Article False official statements. Article Military property of United States--Loss, damage, destruction, or wrongful disposition. Article Property other than military property of United States--Waste, spoilage, or destruction.Article Improper hazarding of vessel. Article Drunken or reckless operation of a vehicle, aircraft, or vessel. Article Drunk on duty. Article 112a - Wrongful use, possession, etc., of controlled substances. Article Misbehavior of sentinel. Article Dueling. Article Malingering. Article Riot or breach of peace. Article Provoking speeches or gestures. Article Murder. Article Manslaughter. Article Rape and carnal knowledge. Article Larceny and wrongful appropriation. Article Robbery. Article Forgery. Article 123a - Making, drawing, or uttering check, draft, or order without sufficient funds. Article Maiming. Article Sodomy. Article Arson. Article Extortion. Article Assault. Article Burglary. Article Housebreaking. Article Perjury. Article Frauds against the United States. Article Conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman.
38PUNITIVE ARTICLES OF THE UCMJ Article General article - See below.-Abusing public animal.-Adultery.-Assault, indecent.-Assault, w/ intent to murder, rape, etc.-Bigamy.-Bribery & graft.-Burning w/ intent to defraud.-Check, worthless, making & uttering.-Cohabitation, wrongful.-Debt, dishonorable failure to pay.-Disloyal statements.-Disorderly conduct, drunkenness.-Drinking liquor w/ prisoner.-Drunk prisoner.-Drunkenness, incapacitation for duty.-False or unauthorized pass.-False pretenses, obtaining services under.-False swearing.-Firearm, discharging through negligence.-Firearm, willfully discharging, endangering life.-Fleeing scene of accident.-Fraternization.-Gambling w/ subordinate.-Homicide, negligent.-Impersonating Officer, WO, NCO, or official.-Indecent acts or liberties w/ child.-Indecent exposure.-Indecent language.-Indecent acts w/ another.-Jumping from vessel into water.-Kidnapping.-Mail: taking, opening, destroying, stealing.-Mail: depositing obscene matters in.-Misprision of serious offense.-Obstructing justice.-Wrongful interference admin proceeding.-Pandering & prostitution.-Perjury, subomation.-Public record: altering, destroying, etc.-Quarantine: medical, breaking.-Restriction, breaking.-Abusing public animal.-Adultery.-Assault, indecent.-Assault, w/ intent to murder, rape, etc.-Bigamy.-Bribery & graft.-Seizure of property: preventing.-Sentinel or lookout: offenses against or by.-Soliciting another to commit an offense.-Stolen property: knowing receipt, etc.-Straggling.-Testify: wrongful refusal.-Threat or hoax: bomb.-Threat, communicating.-Unlawful entry.-Weapon, concealed carrying.-Wearing unauthorized insignia, badge, etc.
39Friendly Polite Phrases: - Hello (“peace be with you”) es-salaam a-lay-kumHello (response to above: peace be with you too”) wa alay-kum es-salaamHello mar-habaNice to meet you/welcome ah-lan wa sah-lanGoodbye ma es-salaamaPlease bala zah-me OR min fahd-lekThank you shookranYou’re welcome af-wanHow are you? shlo-nak?I am fine zainWhat is your name? shinoo ismak?My name is…. ismee……I am sorry ana assefExcuse me/I need your attention lo sa-mah-tFamily Life:Yes naamNo laaDo you live here? inta tus-koon hinana?Is this your house/apartment? ha-tha baytek/shu-qak?Do you have children? indak awlad (juhal)?How many? ish gad?Are these your children? ha-theni awladak (juhalak)?Were you born here? inta mawlood hi-name?Are you from this……? inta min hal?Town madeenaVillage qareeaCounty muhafathaIs this your…..? ha-tha…..?-father abook-brother akhook-son ibnakIs this your (feminine)….? hathee…..?-mother omak-sister oktak-daughter bintakFriends:I am your friend. ana sadeeqakYou are my friend. inta sadeeqeeDon’t be afraid la ta-khawfWhere is the bathroom? Wavin ill hemmomNeighbor jar
40Respectful Personal Titles: (to address) an elderly man Haj(to address) an elderly woman HajiaSir SeedyMa’am Sit-teeNumbers:One wahedTwo lithnainThree thalathehFour arbaahFive khamsahSix sit-tahSeven sa-bahEight tha-ma-niahNine ti-saahTen ash-arahEleven ih-dashTwelve ith-nashThirteen thalath-tashTwenty ishreenThirty thalatheenForty arbeenFifty khamseenOne Hundred meeyahOne Thousand alfMore than akthar minLess than aqal minWeather:Yesterday el barhaToday el-yomTomorrow book-raSunny me-sha-messCloudy mekh-yemRain ma-terWindy reehHow is the weather? Kayf al-jow?Medical Phrases:How old are you? chem om-rak?Are you sick? anta ma-ree-da?Where do you hurt? wayin tit-e-lemI need a doctor. eh-taj dek-torMedicine. da-waHelp me sa idnee
41Geographical Directions: Can you show me? rawnee?Which direction did they go? la wayin rahao?North shmalSouth janoobEast sharkWest gharbLeft shmal/yi-sarRight yemeenIs it far? hu baeedHow many kilometers to….? chem. kilometer ila…?Where do you come from? inta min wayin?Show me where you found that. raw-nee wayin alga ha-thaBasic Questions:Do you speak English the-chee englizi?Do you understand? da tif-ti-him?I don’t understand ani ma da af-ti-himWhat? shi-noo?What color is it? shi-noo loan-ha?Who minooWho is in charge? minoo al mas-oolWhere? wayin?Where is the….? wayin el…?How? kayf?How much is……? sh-gad il….?How many are there…? kam ako? OR ish gad?Why? lesh?Do you have..? endak…?Do you need…? tih-taj…?Can you help me find…? tigdar tsa ednee alga…?Can you get me a….? tigdar t-he-asil lee….?At what time/when? shwakit?Helpful Words:Good zainBad mu zainFood a-kelWater myHot harCold bar-ridCoffee qa-ha-waTea chaivery much huwayeha lot chitheera little shwaiyeethis/that hatha/ak
42Force Protection:Did you see what happened? Inta sheft shinoo sar?Do they have any of these? Maahoom shee min hathenni?Show me where you found that rawnee wayin legait ha-thakWeapons:Hand Gun mu-sad-dasRifle bun-doo-qeeaMachine Gun rash-ashHand Grenade romana/qumbulaBomb qum-bu-laMine loghumAmmunition thakheeraMissile sarookhRPG ar-pee-jayID People:How many were there? shugad a-dad-hum?Can you identify them? tigdar titaraf alayhum?Height it-toolWeight il-wazinDoes he wear glasses? hu yelbas manatheerCommands:Stop! aw-ga-foo!Don’t move la ti-ta-har-ra-kooLower your hands naz-lu ed-ai-kumTurn around doo-roo li waraDrop your weapons the-boo slah-kumMove tha-ra-kooHands up ir-fawu ed-ai-kumMove slowly itharakoo ala kaifkumCome here taal huna-hehNo talking la tehchi/titkalamWalk forward it-gad-amooSurrender salem naf-sakCome with me taaloo wu-ya-yaCalm down ala kay-fakDon’t resist la tu-ga-wemForm a line aw-ga-foo bes-safStay where you are ib-goo ma-kan-kumOne at a time wahed wahed
43Vehicle/personnel search: Please step out of car in-zel min as sayarahDo you have any weapons? wuyak see-lahStand over there aw-gaf hi-nakPut your hands over your head edayk foug ra-sekOpen all the doors, trunk eftah al-aboab, wel dabehYou must be searched lazem in fatshakCan he/she please search you? mumken howa/heeya itfat-shakArms out! slahkum libaraPlease put your arms out idaykum libaraLegs apart baid rijlak an baeedMove your car harek sayartekDays of the Week:Sunday el-a-headMonday el-ithnainTuesday el-the-la-theWednesday el-ar-bayaThursday el-kha-meesFriday el-joomaSaturday e-sabtMonths of the Year:January ye-nay-arFebruary fib-ra-yerMarch marssApril abreelMay ma-yoJune yoo-niyooJuly yool-yaAugust augus-tusSeptember seb-tem-berOctober ek-to-berNovember no-fem-berDecember dee-see-ber