Presentation on theme: "Roll Call S4 Battalion Commander S5 Battalion CSM S6 Battalion XO PAO"— Presentation transcript:
1 Roll Call S4 Battalion Commander S5 Battalion CSM S6 Battalion XO PAO Mentor OICA CO CDRB CO CDRRGR CDRBattalion CommanderBattalion CSMBattalion XOS1S2S3S3 PlansS3 Training
2 Quote of the Day“Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit. Rather, in humility value others above yourselves”Philippians 2:3Prayer BreakfastTuesday, April 9 at 0700 at FestivalUniform is ASUs with necktie and beretFanning, Pickett, Kator, Bruccoleri, and Snellings
4 Master Accountability Spreadsheet S1 - ProjectsTaskLast UpdateProject “Finish”NotesBasic Lab Rosters1 FEB 2013CompleteUpdate When Needed.Company Rosters5 MAR 2013Master Accountability Spreadsheet5 April 2013Always In ProgressUpdated Daily
5 S1: SPO 1st round of T-shirts are in! Will bring them tonight to company meetings
6 S2: Current EventsWorld Powers and Iran met in Kazakhstan in an attempt to negotiate a peaceful settlement to Iran’s nuclear program.However it is highly unlikely any deals will be reached in which Iran agrees to stop its Uranium enrichment and nuclear program.Iranian Delegation
7 S2: Current EventsNorth Korea continues its war like rhetoric and US intelligence believes N. Korea is going to test long range missiles in the near future.Analysis: All of this crazy talk is for the new leader to show that he is in control and honoring his father’s and grandfather’s legacy, especially with the 100th birthday of Kim Il-Sung coming up.North Korean Troops during training exerciseSouth Korean troops rehearse protecting soft targets from possible N.K. special forces
8 S2: WeatherWeekly forecast predicts very warm weather with a high of 84.Key Weather: 50% chance of T-Storms on Thursday and 70% of Rain on Friday.North Korean Troops during training exercise
9 S2: Crime Armed Bank robbery at Bank of America Armed Robbery 300 block South Main streetContinue to use caution when living off campus as there are crimes being committed in the area. Forgetting simple things like to lock your door can cost you.
10 Staff Ride moved to next semester Army 10 Miler 20-21OCT12 S3: T 08APR13-12APR13Staff Ride moved to next semesterArmy 10 Miler 20-21OCT12Ranger Challenge 25-28OCT12BN Halloween Run 31OCT12*
11 10 APR 2013 -PLT OPORD Fundamentals - Basic Lab 8 Step TrainingDatePlan the Training20 MAR 13Certify Leaders03 APR 13Recon the Site27 MAR 13Issue the PlanRehearse09/10 APR 13Execute10 APR 13Conduct an AARRetrainTRAINING EVENT: PLT OPORD FundamentalsOIC: RankinNCOIC: HendersonMISSION: Basic Lab Cadets and BCCs conduct PLT OPORD Fundamentals class in AO Memorial Hall/National Guard Armory from on 10 APR 2013.Purpose: Familiarize MSII Cadets and BCCs on PLT OPORD Planning Process. MSI cadets will receive rehearsal training regarding SQD OPORDS.Key Tasks:Initial OPORD planning walk-throughCadets learn to break down PLT / SQD OPORD correctly.Conduct OPORD practicalConduct AAREnd state: MSI’s / MSII Cadets and BCCs are trained to standard on the PLT / SQD OPORD.Resources: FM 7-8 Chap 2Number of Cadets Trained: ~ 84CLASSESMSIConcept of the Operation: 4 PhasesPhase 1: Cadets are split between MSI and MSII class, they then move to the national guard armory and ROTC classroom to receive instruction. MSI’s will move to the armory, while MSII will move to the ROTC classroom.Phase 2: Cadets within the armory will be broken up into groups and divided amongst MSIV instructors. Cadets will conduct a OPORD planning process using a TMK inside. This will be done by MS1s/MS2s.Phase 3: Cadets receive and brief an OPORD and break it down to their peers in the classroom / national guard armory.Phase 4 : AAR conducted with all SQD’s back and formed up in the Memorial parking lot.RiskAssessment:LOW2 PLTMSII1PLTCLASSCOORDINATIONTIME LINE 13 MAR 13InstructorsLocation: Memorial Hall/National Guard ArmoryResources: TMK’s, ProjectorReq Soldier Equip: Cadets- ACUs + LBVs. BCCs-civilians.All-water source, notebook, pen or pencil.Key Personnel: OIC/NCOIC will supervise, PSG’s will take accountability. Instructors will teach and conduct practical walk-through.Administrative Control: Attendance will be taken IOT track Accountability. Check on learning during classes and retraining will be conducted following training. AAR will be conducted with after walk-through practical is complete and all supply is accounted and returned.1520 OIC/NCOIC conduct prep with instructors1535 Attendance taken in Parking Lot1540 Classes begin1610 Classes end/Check on learning1615 OPORD practical begin1720 Practical's End1725 AARNational Guard Armory (SQD OPORD)GRP 1: Bracero / BetourneGRP 2: Giordano / ScanlonGRP 3: Fida / WolfeROTC Classroom (PLT OPORD)SQD 4: Anzalone / MrawSQD 5: Terry / LanganRemaining MSIV’s will assist cadets by answering questions and providing feedback for their OPORDs.
12 Staff Ride moved to next semester Army 10 Miler 20-21OCT12 S3: T-1 15APR13-19APR13Staff Ride moved to next semesterArmy 10 Miler 20-21OCT12Ranger Challenge 25-28OCT12BN Halloween Run 31OCT12*
13 17 APR 2013: SQUAD Competition Inclement Weather Plan 8 Step TrainingDatePlan the Training04 APR 13Certify Leaders05 APR 13Recon the SiteIssue the Plan08 APR 13Rehearse17 APR 13ExecuteConduct an AARRetrainTBDTRAINING EVENT: Squad CompetitionOIC: MaiselNCOIC: BetourneMISSION: Cadets will compete in squads at multiple training exercises IOT demonstrate what they have learned throughout the year, apply skills in a variety of situations and to build camaraderie through competition.Key Tasks:Cadets perform LANDNAV skillsCadets perform first aid , create and report a 9-lineCadets perform a push and pull up contestCadets perform a Lane Tactics testCadets perform a claymore set up practicalCadets conduct movement relays (low/ high crawl and buddy carries)Conduct a final lab AAR for overall improved retraining in the futureEnd state: Cadets and BCCs will be scored on performances at each station and winning squad will be rewardedT.M.U:Squad 1: Crisler Lane 1: Riscassi, RoesselSquad 2: Triplett Lane 2:Terry, ZeroSquad 3: Elliot Lane 3: Gregorio, FlorioSquad 4: Mueller Lane 4: Engle, KarskiSquad 5: Baxter Lane 5: Gio, FanningSquad 6: Bracero Lane 6: Cary, PisanoSquad 7: Pardue Lane 7: Fida, AnzaloneSquad 8: Langan Lane 8: Mraw, WolfeSquad 9: Rankin Lane 9: Henderson BrucInjured Soldier: Park897Concept of the Operation: Cadets and BCC’s will conduct a squad competitionPhase 1- Preparation: Cadets will form up in the parking lot under the baseball fields for FF. Cadets will be split into 9 squads with an assigned MSIII as squad leader. An assigned MSIV will move with each squad in order to evaluatePhase 2- Movement: Each squad will move out to assigned starting lane where two MSIV’s will be stationedPhase 3- Execution: Each lane will begin at the sound of the horn. Squads will have 5 minutes to complete task. Each lane will be timed/graded for speed, accuracy, and quantity by assigned MSIV’s. After 5 min squads will have 2 min to rotate to next lane, in numerical order.Phase 4- Exfil: Cadets will regroup at FF cite, turn in weapons, and conduct a final AAR (Elliot, Roessel). Winners will be awardedRisk AssessmentLOW1621PLT32 PLTFF1452COORDINATIONTIMELINE 13 FEB 13Inclement Weather PlanLocation: Chestnut RidgeResources: Dummy M16s, Water Jugs, CLS bag, litter, cones, pull up bar, maps, ClaymoresReq Soldier Equip: Cadets- ACUs. BCCs-civilians. All-water source, notebook, pen or pencil. LBVKey Personnel: Cadets and Lab participants with MSIVs as gradersAdministrative Control: Attendance will be taken IOT track Accountability. Check on learning and retraining will be conducted following training. Lab AAR will be conducted with class immediately following Completion of Training.References FM 7-921530 First FormationDesignation of squads and movement to laneCompetitionMovement back to parking lotAAR/ Grading and determination of winnersAward ceremony (winner for each lane and overall winner)Squad competition will take place in the rain or shine. The only change that will be made is that cadets will not run in between lanes, they will RANGE walk. Also, if there is lightening there will not be a pull up lane. This lane will be turned into sit-ups instead.
15 GENERAL ALL MS4’s should have pencil on them Must keep track of grades for each squadKNOLL- you will be taking picturesEverything else will be providedUniform FOR SENIORS: ACUs (no LBE)Deductions: 10 seconds added on to total time for each penalty, look for obvious penaltiesEach lane is 5 minutes, 2 minutes allotted in between lanes for movementTime starts when air horn blows*
16 Lane 1: First Aid, Evaluate Casualty Graders: Riscassi and RoesselCasualty: ParkCadets will evaluate Park’s injuries, treat them and then carry her on a litter for a certain distance and then backCadets should switch after they get to the first conePark– be a good actor to make it seem realisticFake wounds, CLS bag, litter, stopwatch and cones will be providedGrading based on time, look for obvious penalties*
17 Based on how many pushups in 5 minutes 2 Cadets at a time Lane 2: Push UpsGraders: Terry/ZeroBased on how many pushups in 5 minutes2 Cadets at a timePushups must be correct in order for them to count*
18 Lane 3: 9-Line Graders: Gregorio/Florio Cadets will be reminded to bring their own 9 linesYou will read off a scenario and they will have a copy to look at as wellYou will be provided with scenario and answer key for grading purposesGrading is based on how fast they complete the 9-line and call it up to higher via walkie talkieMaisel and Betourne will have walkie talkie and call signsTime stops when we say “OUT”You will be provided with 9-lines for the cadets to use*
19 Graders: Engle/Karski One pull up bar Lane 4: Pull-UpsGraders: Engle/KarskiOne pull up barFemales: 30 seconds is equivalent to 5 pull ups, but they can do pull ups if they wantMales: pull-ups onlyGrading is based on how many pull ups in 5 minutesStopwatch will be provided for female arm hang*
20 Lane 5: Land Navigation Graders: Gio/Fanning 45 maps and 15 protractors5 maps per squadMAPS MUST BE SWITCHED OUT AFTER EACH SQUADLand navigation test will be providedGrading is based on how many questions they get right – not based on total number of questionsYou will be provided with answer key*
21 Lane 6: Low/High Crawl Graders: Cary/Pisano Water balloons/water guns Can you provide these? - YesTwo cadets at a timeCadets will low crawl under wireCadets will high crawl backEach cadet will have a rubber duckGrading is based on amount of time it takes to complete*
22 Lane 7: OPORD and Tactics Graders: Anzalone/FidaOPORD/Tactics test will be providedWhat are the 5 paragraphs?Who goes in the R&S team?How would you use a challenge and password?Grading is based on how many questions they get rightYou will be provided with answer key*
23 Lane 8: Buddy Carries Graders: Mraw/Wolfe Water balloons/water guns Can you provide these?Three lanesFireman’sNeck DragUnderarm Pull1 pair at each lane a time, cadets will switch when they get to the cone and come backMUST DO AT LEAST TWO FOR EACH LANEEveryone must go at least onceGrading is based on the amount of time it take to complete all carries*
24 Lane 9: Claymore Graders: Henderson/Bruc 5 claymores will be provided Cadets will set up one claymore at a timeCadets will have to high crawl to and from claymore set up site (will be designated by cones)No one can set up a claymore twice unless everyone has already goneAs soon as one group reaches the second cone, the next group can start prepping their claymoreGrading is based on how many claymores cadets can set up correctly*
25 LaneTACs/Evaluators: You will be attached to a squadYou do NOT have to participate in the challenges, just observe the SLPositive spot reportsSL’s will not know that positive spot reports are possibleEnsure SL has his/her cadets double time in between stations*
27 Staff Ride moved to next semester Army 10 Miler 20-21OCT12 S3: T-2 22APR13-26APR13Monday,22 AprilTuesday,23 AprilWednesday,24 AprilThursday,25 AprilFriday,26 AprilPT:A Co:0550GodwinCore/Upper/RunB Co:URECRanger Group:0530SprintsCo Meetings:2000MemorialTBDJoins BN PTA and B Co:APFT Standards, PrepAPFT:All Units:0520BridgeforthStaff Ride moved to next semesterArmy 10 Miler 20-21OCT12Ranger Challenge 25-28OCT12BN Halloween Run 31OCT12*
28 S3: AAR Recon Lab Issue: Visual Aid Discussion: Lab participants felt that visual aids would have helped in their planning process of the mission.Recommendation: Bring a map or Google image of the training area for each lane to use in their planning process.Issue: OpordsDiscussion: MSII’s want a more detailed opord to be briefed to them so that they can practice flipping a STX opord.Recommendation: The OIC for lab will create a detailed opord for each lane instead of having the lane walkers make them up.Issue: Distance of LanesDiscussion: Lab Participants felt as if the lanes were too short and were to close together.Recommendation: Use full extent of training area provided to spread out lanes*
29 APR 2013 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 31 1 4567891011121314151617181920212223242526272829E30EasterJFTX PCC/PCI FinalMay Commissioning OPORDBN Dinning OutVeterans Memorial RichmondMS IVs LIVE FIREMS I/II LAB: SQD Recon #2MS III LAB: PLT RaidShenandoah Valley Prayer BreakfastSoftball RecruitingJFTXMS I/II LAB: Raid OPSCHOICESMS III LAB: JFTX Prep/No LABJFTXGeorge C Marshall ConferenceJFTX RecoveryLAB: SQD CompMS III WF PCC/PCI #1Hornet’s Nest ScreeningCHOICESMSIV Supply Turn-InSMP Ft Pickett EST/IEDSMP Ft Pickett EST/IEDAward Ceremony 1535MS III WF PCC/PCI FinalLast Day of ClassesFinal Record APFTGraduationCommission RehearsalComission CeremonySMP OutbriefsLAB/ TRAINING/MEETINGCAMPUS EVENTSCAMPUS EVENTSBN EVENTSBN EVENTSTRAINING HOLIDAYTRAINING HOLIDAYOTHERCADRE ACTION
30 S3: JFTX Overview Participating Universities: JMU, University of Richmond, Liberty, University of Virginia, Virginia StateLocation:Fort PickettCONOP:Day 1: 11APR13: In Processing, classroomsJMU has no designated responsibilities, but MSIVs will assist in bunk-making, general preparationDay 2 and 3: 12APR13: STX OR Land NavA Company conducts Land Nav on day 2, 7 STX lanes on day 3Written: Mraw- OICKator, Langan, Pardue, Riscassi- ProctorsDay: Gio- OICHenderson- TOCFlorio/Terry- CP 1Night: Fida- OICMraw- TOCLangan/Pardue- CP 1Kator- Van PatrolB Company conducts 7 STX Lanes on day 2, Land Nav on day 3Lane 5: Bruccoleri- TACPisano/Bracero- OPFORLane 6: Triplett- TACCary/Mueller/Rankin- OPFOR*
32 OPERATION RAPTOR PHASE I PHASE II PHASE IIIb PHASE IIIa PHASE V MobilizationInitial Reception atIn-Processing BarracksHome Station PrepPCIA Company ConductsLand Navigation firstWritten TestIn BarracksTransportationVia Bus to Fort PickettLAND NAVTRAININGLand NavBy DayLand NavBy NightPHASE IIIaDemobilizationTransportation viaBus to JMUSTX LanesB Company ConductsSTX Lanes firstPHASE VRecovery atBarracksPATROLLING1 LaneTransportationVia Bus to BarracksPHASE IV
33 3S: Day 1 Timeline 1800 – Main Body personnel arrive NLT 1900 – All Main Body personnel on ground at Ft. Pickett S-1 announces rosterGarrison Operations Overview / Class with PMSs begin2000 – CO-Level leadership receives OPORD from Cadre in WARNO/OPORD/FRAGO form IAW WF SOPGarrison orders process begins2359 – Lights OutTask to MSIVs- JMU IVs are not participating in In-Processing. However, cadets may require guidance with orders process, and will likely require support with barracks tasks (hospital folding, maintaining equipment, etc).
34 S3: Day 2 Timeline A Company 0700 – First Call / Personal Hygiene / Chow (optional)/ Barracks Cleaning0830 –First Formation0845 –takes Written Land Navigation Test0945 – Written Land Navigation Test complete / load trans for Day / Night LN site NLT 1000 – Begin movement to D/N LN SiteNLT 1045 – Begin Day Land Nav BriefNLT 1130 – Day Land Nav Hot; chowNLT 1630 – Day Land Nav Cold; chow; Cadet Change of Responsibility; orders processNLT 2000 – Begin Night Land Nav briefNLT 2030 – Night Land Nav HotMSIV and Cadre Synchronization Meeting (TBD)NLT 2330 – Night Land Nav Cold; movement back to billets; lights outB Company0500 –First Call / Personal Hygiene / Chow (optional)0550 –Load trans for STX site0645 – STX hot; SQDs and OPFOR dropped off0700 – First STX lane begins1930 – STX cold; trans picks up personnel; begin movement back to barracks2000 – Consolidate at barracks; hot chow*
35 S3: Day 3 Timeline A Company 0500 –First Call / Personal Hygiene / Chow (optional)0550 –Load trans for STX site0645 – STX hot; SQDs and OPFOR dropped off0700 – First STX lane begins1930 – STX cold; trans picks up personnel; begin movement back to barracks2000 – Consolidate at barracks; hot chowB Company0700 – First Call / Personal Hygiene / Chow (optional)/ Barracks Cleaning0830 –First Formation0845 –takes Written Land Navigation Test0945 – Written Land Navigation Test complete / load trans for Day / Night LN site NLT 1000 – Begin movement to D/N LN SiteNLT 1045 – Begin Day Land Nav BriefNLT 1130 – Day Land Nav Hot; chowNLT 1630 – Day Land Nav Cold; chow; Cadet Change of Responsibility; orders processNLT 2000 – Begin Night Land Nav briefNLT 2030 – Night Land Nav HotMSIV and Cadre Synchronization Meeting (TBD)NLT 2330 – Night Land Nav Cold; movement back to billets; lights out*
36 S3: Day 4 Timeline All Units 0430 – First Call; Personal hygiene; chow 0600 – PLTs picked up by STX TAC; load trans for PTL lanes0600 – Non-STX personnel begin cleaning / clearing barracks0645 – STX hot; Squads and OPFOR dropped off0700 – PTL lane begins1000 – PTL Lane Complete; all personnel consolidate at STX TOC1030 – Peer Evaluations1100 – Closing Ceremony*
37 S3: TAC OIC Highlights No Advanced Lab this week JFTX Review / Q&A session on Wednesday (time and location TBD)
38 Lab 3 April: PLT Raid AAR Sustains Time management by the PL during the planning phaseNew location for the AA and OBJActions on the OBJ was done quickly and accuratelyImprovesSituational awarenessAssault line was set up too close to support line, resulted in fratricideAwareness of the route to and from the assault position / release pointPCI equipment prior to labSome radios were not workingSecurity in the AAFull 360 security is not always necessary, strong point security could allow for more effective rehearsals
46 YOU CAN DO IT! JMUAD\[user name] [Password] JMU EXAMPLE JMUAD\Rankinam *****************YOU CAN DO IT!
47 S6SharePoint- CONOPS (Basic and Advanced), Staff Calls, Dinning Out information, Morning Medical Massacre (Whatever it was called), Guides / Points of Contact, etc.- Continuity uploaded MUST make sense, that anyone could read it and understand it.You have until Wednesday (10 APR 2013) to upload continuity before I start twisting arms and snapping necks.
48 Alpha Company C/CPT Kator, CDR C/1LT Wolfe, XO C/1SG Chuckney, 1SG “Y'all Gon Learn Today”
49 Alpha Company Key Highlights -JFTX Thursday - Equipment turn in next week
52 B COMajor TrainingJFTX – APR 13Motto“Suns out, Guns out”
53 Unexcused AbsencesPark, Eleanor MSIV, Contracted 02Apr13 Pastino, Alex MSI, Contracted 03Apr13 Vito, Julia MSI, Not Contracted 03Apr13 Daoud, Joseph MSII, Not Contracted 03Apr13 Miller, Austin; MS1 Not contracted 03Apr13 Cowen, Joseph; MS1 Not contracted 03Apr13, 05Apr13 Racanelli, Andre; MS1 Not contracted 03Apr13, 05Apr13 Sims, Heather; MS1 Contracted 03Apr13 Rotte, Helena; MS1 Not contracted 03Apr13 Lee, Kristen MS1 Not Contracted 03Apr13, 05Apr13 Perry, Sarah MS1 Not Contracted 03Apr13 Leshock, Dominic MS1 Not Contracted 05Apr13 Hunter, Richard MS1 Not Contracted 05Apr13 Whittcar, Maxwell MSIII, Contracted 05Apr13 (25 minutes late to Mill Ball Formation) McCormick, Christopher MSIII, Contracted 05Apr13 (25 minutes late to Mill Ball Formation)
56 MentorshipContinue doing monthly counseling formsTalk to any mentees who may be doing summer training and give them tips and advice on how to succeed, especially MS III’s going to LDACAny questions feel free to ask