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4 June 2003ICS11031 CROSSING A DANGER AREA 4 June 2003ICS11032 A DANGER AREA IS ANY PLACE WHERE A MOVING ELEMENT IS VULNERABLE TO ENEMY OBSERVATION OR.

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2 4 June 2003ICS11031 CROSSING A DANGER AREA

3 4 June 2003ICS11032 A DANGER AREA IS ANY PLACE WHERE A MOVING ELEMENT IS VULNERABLE TO ENEMY OBSERVATION OR FIRE. DANGER AREA

4 4 June 2003ICS11033 CONSIDERATIONS FOR DANGER AREAS - A DANGER AREA SHOULD NOT BE IGNORED - A UNIT SHOULD NOT SPEND MUCH TIME DEALING WITH A DANGER AREA - UNIT’S DIRECTION OF MOVEMENT SHOULD NOT BE PARALLEL TO A DANGER AREA - AVOID A DANGER AREA, IF POSSIBLE

5 4 June 2003ICS11034 LINEAR DANGER AREA - VULNERABLE TO ENEMY OBSERVATION OR FIRE PREDOMINATELY FROM FLANKS. OPEN AREA DANGER AREA - VULNERABLE TO ENEMY OBSERVATION OR FIRE FROM THE FRONT AND FLANKS. TYPES OF DANGER AREAS

6 4 June 2003ICS11035 CROSSING A DANGER AREA -THREE PHASES OF CROSSING DANGER AREAS: a. IDENTIFICATION: - POINT MAN HALTS PATROL. - PL DECIDES IT IS A DANGER AREA AND ACTIONS THE PATROL WILL TAKE. b. FAR SIDE RECONNAISSANCE: - SCOUTING FIRE TEAM CONDUCTS RECONNAISSANCE - SCOUTING TEAM NORMALLY CONSISTS OF POINT MAN, COVER MAN, NAVIGATOR, AND SECURITY TEAM LEADER. c. CROSSING:-CONTROLLED BY APL.

7 4 June 2003ICS11036 ENEMY CONTACT DURING FAR SIDE RECONNAISSANCE IF THE ENEMY DETECTS THE SCOUTING FIRE TEAM ON THE FAR SIDE OF THE DANGER AREA: -THE FLANK SECURITY OPENS FIRE ON THE ENEMY. -MAIN BODY OF PATROL TAKES UP AN OVER- WATCH POSITION AND FIRES ON ENEMY. -SCOUTING FIRE TEAM BREAKS CONTACT WITH THE ENEMY AND REJOINS PATROL. -SMOKE AND INDIRECT FIRES MAY BE USED TO SCREEN THE MOVEMENT OF THE PATROL TO A NEW LOCATION FOR CROSSING THE DANGER AREA.

8 4 June 2003ICS11037 BOX SHAPED RECONNAISSANCE RP Danger Area Patrol Direction of Movement Near Side Flank Security Near Side Flank Security

9 4 June 2003ICS11038 ZIGZAG RECONNAISSANCE RP Danger Area Patrol Near Side Flank Security Near Side Flank Security Direction of Movement

10 4 June 2003ICS11039 CROSSING LINEAR DANGER AREA DANGER AREA

11 4 June 2003ICS Direction of Travel TRAVELING OVER-WATCH

12 4 June 2003ICS PATROL ENCOUNTERS A DANGER AREA THAT THE PL DECIDES TO GO AROUND, THE PATROL AVOIDS DANGER AREA BY MAKING A SERIES OF 90-DEGREE AZIMUTH CHANGES UNTIL THE PATROL BYPASSES THE DANGER AREA. AVOIDING A DANGER AREA

13 4 June 2003ICS DANGER AREA ORIGINAL DIRECTION OF MOVEMENT 1 ST LEG 3 RD LEG 2 ND LEG AVOIDING A DANGER AREA (90-DEGREE OFFSET)

14 4 June 2003ICS ENEMY CONTACT AT DANGER AREAS - PL WILL ALWAYS DESIGNATE NEAR AND FAR SIDE RALLY POINTS TO AID IN THE REORGANIZATION OF THE PATROL IF SEPARATED WHILE CROSSING A DANGER AREA. - PL IS ONE OF THE FIRST TO CROSS A DANGER AREA AND THE APL IS ONE OF LAST TO CROSS DANGER AREA, SO IF THE PATROL BECOMES SEPARATED, THERE IS LEADERSHIP ON BOTH SIDES.


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