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X Company METL As of 1 October 2012. METL Crosswalk Perform Tactical Actions Associated with Force Projection and Deployment (ART 1.1) Exercise Command.

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1 X Company METL As of 1 October 2012

2 METL Crosswalk Perform Tactical Actions Associated with Force Projection and Deployment (ART 1.1) Exercise Command and Control (ART 5.0) X ART 6.0 The Protection Warfighting Function/ Protect the Force (ART 6.0) Provide Logistics Support (ART 4.1) X METL Perform Tactical Actions Associated with Force Projection and Deployment (ART 1.1) Conduct a Tactical Convoy (ART 1.3.3) Protect Against Enemy Hazards in the Area of Operations (ART 6.7.1) Provide Logistics Support (ART 4.1)

3 Overall METL X METLCURRENT (1 st QTR) PROJECTED (2nd QTR) Perform Tactical Actions Associated with Force Projection and Deployment (ART 1.1) UP Conduct a Tactical Convoy (ART 1.3.3) UT Protect Against Enemy Hazards in the Area of Operations (ART 6.7.1) UT Provide Logistics Support (ART 4.1)PT

4 X METL COMMANDER’S ASSESSMENT COA to ACHIEVE or SUSTAIN A “P” STANDARDS TO ACHIEVE A “T” COMPANY ART Conduct Alert and Recall MEDPROS Readiness 90% or better MTOE Manned 90% or better MTOE Equipment on hand at 90% or better, 100% for Identified Critical LIN’s Certifiy UMO team KEY BATTLE/COLLECTIVE TASKS Perform Tactical Actions Associated with Force Projection and Deployment (ART 1.1) 1.Recall w/ Full Battle-Rattle and weapons/masks drawn within three hours 2.MEDPRO’s readiness rate at overall of 90% or better 3.MTOE Manned at 90% or better 4.MTOE O/H Equipment at 90% for all items, 100% for Critical LINS 5.Certified UMO Team 6.Certified FRG Leader and Active Program SUPPORTING INDIVIDUATASKS End State: Company, on order, rapidly deploy all forces with sufficient depth and strength to achieve mission success. Troop Schools: UMO x 2, HAZMAT x2, AALPS, TCAIM Rail Load SRP ENDSTATE ISE: USSA: U MP: U T/P/U CRITICAL LINSUMO Team 1.Monthly Recall Drills executed at random, Accountability met within 3 hours (Quarterly) 2.MEDPRO’s readiness rate at overall of 90% or better (Weekly) 3.Request MTOE Manned at 90% or better (Monthly) 4.Request MTOE O/H Equipment at 90% for all items, 100% for Critical LINS (Monthly) 5.Certify UMO Team (Annually)

5 X METL COMMANDER’S ASSESSMENT COA to ACHIEVE or SUSTAIN A “T” STANDARDS TO ACHIEVE A “T” COMPANY ART Conduct Counter-Ambush Actions ART Navigate from one point to another ART Negotiate a Tactical Area of Operations ART Conduct Convoy Security Operations ART Plan to Counter IED’s ART React to IED’s KEY BATTLE/COLLECTIVE TASKS Conduct a Tactical Convoy (ART 1.3.3) 1.Conduct Convoy Live Fire 2.Certify Squads on WT&BD Annually 3.Conduct counter IED and IED recognition Training by CIED or KNIFE expert 4.Conduct Convoy Leader’s Training 5.License all Drivers and TC’s SUPPORTING INDIVIDUATASKS End State: Move forces and material overland from one location to another while maintaining the ability to aggressively respond to enemy attempts to impede, disrupt or destroy elements of the convoy. Troop Schools: ENDSTATE ISE: TSSA: P MP: P T/P/U 1.Conduct convoy live fire for convoy security teams (Yearly, last was FEB 2011, next MAR 2012) 2.Conduct WT&BD validation lanes (Annually, September 2012) 3.Conduct Counter IED expert Training (Annually) 4.Leader Training on Convoy Planning and Execution (Quarterly, No last) 5.Drivers Training (Semi-Annually or as needed)

6 SLEDGEHAMMER METL COMMANDER’S ASSESSMENT COA to ACHIEVE or SUSTAIN A “T” STANDARDS TO ACHIEVE A “T” COMPANY ART Protect Individuals and Systems ART React to Enemy Direct Fires ART React to Enemy Indirect Fires KEY BATTLE/COLLECTIVE TASKS Protect Against Enemy Hazards in the Area of Operations(ART 6.7.1) 1.Certify CBRNE/Decon team Annually 2.Conduct 90% Mask Confidence tests Annually (CBRNE Chamber) 3.Train and Resource one combat lifesaver per vehicle 4.Have two school trained Field Sanitation teams 5.100% Qualification on assigned weapon systems 6.Certify Squads on WT&BD Annually SUPPORTING INDIVIDUATASKS End State: Protect the Friendly Forces in the Area of Operations by reducing or avoiding the effects of enemy weapon systems. Troop Schools: UMO x 2, HAZMAT x2, AALPS, Air Load Planner, Rail Load SRP ENDSTATE ISE: PSSA: P MP: P T/P/U 1.Conduct CBRNE Decon Training and Validation (Annually, last MARCH 10, Next FEB 2011) 2.Conduct WT&BD validation lanes (Annually, last SEP 2012) 3.Conduct CBRN Chamber (No last, Next TBD) 4.Train FST # 2 when school is available 5.Conduct normal ranges and PK Sportsman 6.Send Soldiers to Combat Life Saver as applicable. FST #1

7 X METL COMMANDER’S ASSESSMENT COA to ACHIEVE or SUSTAIN A “T” STANDARDS TO ACHIEVE A “T” COMPANY ART Provide Maintenance Support ART Recover and Evacuate Disabled Equipment ART Provide Maintenance Management ART Provide Supplies ART Provide Supply Management ART Provide In-Transit Visibility ART Conduct LOGPAC Operations KEY BATTLE/COLLECTIVE TASKS Provide Logistics Support (ART 4.1) 1.Deploy ASL Annually 2.Deploy STAMIS net (CAISI and VSAT) Semi-Annually 3.BN OR Rate W/I DA Standard (90% or better) 4.Requisition Wait time under XXX 5.4x Two man ISE teams trained and available (1 Per Firing Battery) SUPPORTING INDIVIDUATASKS End State: Repair and maintain the availability of weapon systems and equipment; provide the classes of supply necessary to maintain and operate military units; conduct special LOGPAC operations ART Diagnose Equipment Faults ART Substitute Parts ART Exchange Parts ART Repair Equipment ENDSTATE ISE: TSSA: T MP: T T/P/U 1.

8 Shoot Engage with your weapon Load Assgn Weapon Unload Assgn Weapons Function Check on Assgn Weapon Correct Malfunctions on Assgn Weapon Zero Assgn Weapon Engage Targets with Assgn Weapon Maintain Assgn Weapon Grenades Employ Hand Grenades Peform Saftey checks on Hand grenades Move Dismount Move as a member of a Fire team React to and Move under direct fire dismoutned React to Indirect fire dismounted Navigate from one point to another dismounted Mount React to Direct Fire while Mounted Navigate Mounted Use a Miltiary Map Measure distance on a map Identify Terrain Features on a Map Orient a Map using a navigation device Determine Grid Coordanaites of a Point Determine Magnetic Azmuth Determine a Location on the Ground by Terrain Association Identify Topographical Symbols on a Map Use a DAGR Communicate Use Comms Prepare Comms Device for Operations Emplace OE-254 Send Reports Perform Voice Comms Request MEDEVAC Send SITREP/SPOTREP

9 Survive Survive in a CBRN Enviorment Maintain a M40 or M42 CBRNE Mask Detect Chemical Agents using M8 or M9 Paper Use MOPP Gear Decon individuals and Equipment CLS Operations (CLS CLASS TASKS) Evaluate a Casualty Perform First Aid (Clear Airways) Perform First Aid (Control Bleeding) Perform First Aid (Shock Control) Perform First Aid (Restore Breathing/Pulse) Perform First aid (Burns) Transport a Casualty IED Perform Counter IED Operations Comb at Combatives Adapt Understanding Ethical behavior Employ Progressive Levels of Individual Force Comply with the Laws of War Understand ROE Understand the Code of Conduct Protect the Force Search an Individual Interact with the News Media

10 Perform Tactical Actions Associated with Force Projection and Deployment (ART 1.1) Sub-Tasks: ART Conduct Alert and Recall MEDPROS Readiness 90% or better MTOE Manned 90% or better MTOE Equipment on hand at 90% or better, 100% for Identified Critical LIN’s Certifiy UMO team Standard: The ability to rapidly deploy Company forces with sufficient depth and strength to complete the mission.

11 Conduct Alert and Recall (ART ) Last Trained: Last Evaluated: Go/No-Go Standard: Once notified, achieve 100% Accountability within 1.5 hours, assume REDCON 2 within 4 hours.

12 MEDPROS Readiness 90% or better(No Art) Last Trained: N/A Last Evaluated: Go/No-Go Standard: Overall MEDPROS rating 90% or better.

13 MTOE Manned 90% or better (No Art) Last Trained: N/A Last Evaluated: Go/No-Go Standard: Manned at 90% of MTOE authorization or better

14 MTOE Equipped 90% or better (No Art) Last Trained: N/A Last Evaluated: Go/No-Go Standard: Equipped at 90% of MTOE authorization or better, 100% for Critical LIN’s CRITICAL LINS

15 Certifiy UMO team (No Art) Last Trained: N/A Last Evaluated: N/A Go/No-Go Standard: Primary and Alternate UMOs, 2x HAZMAT, 1x AALPS, 1x Air Load Planner, 1x Rail Load Team, all School certified

16 Conduct a Tactical Convoy (ART 1.3.3) Standard: Move forces and material overland from one location to another while maintaining the ability to aggressively respond to enemy attempts to impede, disrupt, or destroy elements of the convoy Sub-Tasks: ART Conduct Counter- Ambush Actions ART Navigate from one point to another ART Negotiate a Tactical Area of Operations ART Conduct Convoy Security Operations ART Plan to Counter IEDs ART React to IEDs

17 ART Conduct Counter-Ambush Actions Last Trained: Last Evaluated: Go/No-Go Standard: In a tactical convoy, react (push through) to near and far ambushes while remaining mission effective with minimal loss of life and equipment

18 ART Navigate from one point to another Last Trained: Last Evaluated: Go/No-Go Standard: Given proper equipment (both with and without DAGR), navigate from one point to another dismounted (1 KM apart) with in 15 minutes, mounted (10 KM apart) with in 20 minutes.

19 ART Negotiate a Tactical Area of Operations Last Trained: Last Evaluated: Go/No-Go Standard: 1. Negotiate rough terrain and conditions in given equipment (drivers training task). 2. Cross a CBRN environment

20 ART Conduct Convoy Security Operations Last Trained: Last Evaluated: Go/No-Go Standard: Plan for and execute convoy security; end state of zero incidents of fratricide and maximum coverage of logistic assets.

21 ART Plan to Counter IEDs Last Trained: Last Evaluated: Go/No-Go Standard: Emplace and utilize equipment and tactics to actively counter improvised explosive devices.

22 ART React to IEDs Last Trained: Last Evaluated: Go/No-Go Standard: Evacuate the area before secondary attack occurs. Perform BDAR and recovery operations for equipment; perform CLS and CASEVAC/ MEDEVAC operations for personnel.

23 Protect Against Enemy Hazards in the Area of Operations (ART 6.7.1) Standard: Protect the Friendly Force in the Area of Operations by reducing or avoiding the effects of enemy weapon systems. Sub-Tasks: ART Protect Individuals and Systems ART React to Enemy Direct Fires ART React to Enemy Indirect Fires

24 ART Protect Individuals and Systems Last Trained: Last Evaluated: Go/No-Go Standard: Use tactics and equipment to minimize the effect of enemy weapon systems (Both conventional and CBRN)

25 ART React to Enemy Direct Fires Last Trained: Last Evaluated: Go/No-Go Standard: Perform immediate evasive actions, and either engage and destroy the enemy or disengage from the area while remaining mission capable with minimal causalities. Evac all casualties as required.

26 ART React to Enemy Indirect Fires Last Trained: Last Evaluated: Go/No-Go Standard: Perform immediate actions to find appropriate overhead and flanking cover. Perform personnel accountability and evacuate the area.

27 Provide Logistics Support (ART 4.1) Standard: Repair and maintain the availability of weapon systems and equipment; provide the classes of supply necessary to maintain and operate military units; conduct special LOGPAC operations Sub-Tasks: ART Provide Maintenance Support ART Recover and Evacuate Disabled Equipment ART Diagnose Equipment Faults ART Substitute Parts ART Exchange Parts ART Repair Equipment ART Provide Maintenance Management

28 Provide Logistics Support (ART 4.1) Cont Standard: Repair and maintain the availability of weapon systems and equipment; provide the classes of supply necessary to maintain and operate military units; conduct special LOGPAC operations Sub-Tasks: ART Provide Supplies ART Provide Class II ART Provide POL (Class IIIP) ART Provide Major End Items ART Provide Repair Parts ART Provide Supply Management ART Conduct In-Transit Visibility / Asset Visibility ART Conduct LOGPAC Operations (Special)

29 Critical LIN’s M12418 M40 Chem Mask R95035 M16 Rifle M39263 M249 light machine gun P98152 M9 Pistol P99881 CAISI 2.0 C67686 SAMS Computer C18684 SARRS Computer T49255 Truck, Fork lift 4K S01427 Shelter, Non- expandable (On HMWWV) R36178 AN/GRM-122 J97857 Terminal, Sattilite (VSAT) S70027 Semi-Trailer, Flat Bed S70517 Semi-Trailer, Low-Boy T61239 Truck Tractor: MTV S25681 Shop Equipment, Contact W37388 Tool kit, TK-105G T63093 Truck, Wrecker HEMMT S14569 TCM1 Return

30 UMO Teams Return

31 FST Team Return


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