Presentation on theme: "1 st BN, 10 th FA The Rock’s Support TF 1-10 Daily Drumbeat Line of Operation: Security Who: IPS, A-10FA, TPT What: Information Operations When: 03 OCT."— Presentation transcript:
1 st BN, 10 th FA The Rock’s Support TF 1-10 Daily Drumbeat Line of Operation: Security Who: IPS, A-10FA, TPT What: Information Operations When: 03 OCT 05 Where: Camp Sa’ad Why/Significance: In an effort to educate citizens within their area of responsibility about the upcoming elections, the IPS from the QRF police station conducted an IO campaign in the Camp Sa’ad area. The IPS handed out election education flyers and talked to citizens about the change in curfew hours and the no vehicle driving rules during the time of the elections. The IPS also asked citizens if they had seen any AIF activity in the area. The citizens were glad the IPS stopped by and provided them with information concerning the elections and said that they had not seen any AIF activity in their neighborhood. Bulletized: IPS conduct IO campaign in the Camp Sa’ad area.
LOO: Civil Operations WHO: Al Abarra Clean-Up Workers and TM C/2-34 AR. WHAT: Al Abarra Street Sanitation Project. WHEN: 02 October 2005 WHERE: Al Abarra, Diyala, Iraq WHY/SIGNIFICANCE: Employees of the Al Abarra street sanitation project organized to initiate operations intended to beautify the Nahiya. Employees worked diligently throughout the day, creating tangible results after only hours of labor. The project successfully provided jobs for over 150 unemployed citizens, addresses the root problem of idle waste leading to health concerns among villagers, and enhances the overall appearance of the communities. The mission’s end-state is a safer, more clean environment for the citizens to take pride and ownership in. BULLETIZED: TOP: Clean-up crew clears trash from an alley. BOTTOM: Workers team together to complete the job.
TF 1-30 DAILY DRUMBEAT 06 OCTOBER 2005 3RD BCT, 3RD ID SLEDGEHAMMER 3 3 3RD BCT, 3RD ID 2-2 IAB soldiers turned out for the training in excellent numbers and well prepared 2-2 IAB soldiers guarding the “poll site” as C/1- 30 role players “attack” in practical exercise LOO: Security WHO: 2-2 Iraqi Army, C Co TF 1-30 WHERE: FOB Normandy WHAT: 2-2 IAB conducts training with C/1-30 on reacting to a civil disturbance WHY /SIGNIFICANCE: Elements of 2-2 IAB conducted training on reacting to a civil disturbance. The purpose of the training was to provide the trainees with an understanding of less-than-lethal methods for controlling potentially violent situations. Trainers from C/1-30 gave instruction and demonstrations on handling unarmed protesters, and then ran the 2-2 IAB soldiers through a similar practical exercise. Because the majority of their training to this point has been focused on lethal response to violence, this class will help to give the soldiers from 2-2 IAB a better understanding of the full spectrum of conflict. This training may prove to be especially important in light of the upcoming elections and the potential for unrest. If that situation should come, the soldiers of 2-2 IAB will be prepared to respond independently and effectively BULLETIZED: 2-2 IAB receives training in managing a civil disturbance with less-than- lethal force. The training is successfully conducted and the knowledge gained by IA soldiers is evident. C/1-30 trainer and interpreter explain the task and purpose of the training 2/2 IAB soldiers listen as different methods of non- lethal force are explained
1 st BN, 10 th FA The Rock’s Support TF 1-10 Daily Drumbeat Line of Operation: Security Who: ISF, IECI, TF 1-10 What: Election Planning Meeting When: 03 OCT 05 Where: PJCC Why/Significance: To insure unity of effort between the civilian and military branches of leadership, an election planning meeting was conducted at the PJCC. During the meeting, Iraqi officials discussed the security plan for polling sites and how to respond to emergency situations that may arise the day of the Referendum. Officials also talked about how to ensure the safe movement of ballets both to and from the polling sites. The joint cooperation between the civilian and military authorities is just another example of how far the Iraqi’s have come concerning their self Governance. Bulletized: Local leaders conduct election planning meeting.
LOO: CMO WHO: Iraqi Newspaper “Alanba’a” WHERE: Distribution in Muqdadiyah and Baquba WHAT: Local newspaper articles advocate for a secure electoral environment. WHY/SIGNIFICANCE: The newspaper featured articles written by prominent Iraqis, encouraging a peaceful election. Contributors include the Mayor of Muqdadiyah, a local political scientist, and even young patriotic artists. In addition, the various articles and illustrations in the paper all insist on national unity, rejecting the insurgent rats, and creating a secure electoral environment. As the diversity of the contributors proves, Iraqis from all walks of life are committed to the constitutional process; not only as an institution of government, but also as an expression of their most deeply- held democratic values. Also, a humorous cartoon portraying insurgents as foreign donkeys and rats provides levity. BULLETIZED – Local newspaper advocates for a secure electoral environment. TF 1-30 DAILY DRUMBEAT 05 OCTOBER 2005 3RD BCT, 3RD ID SLEDGEHAMMER 3 3 3RD BCT, 3RD ID A touching child’s drawing of friendly IP The pro-government “Alanba’a” newspaper This piece describes the impressive projects that have been completed by the Iraqi government Top: A n interested citizen devours the newspaper Bottom: A cartoon insulting insurgents
LOO: Education TIME CATEGORY: 14 SEP 05. Who: Women in Diyala Province. What: Computer training at the Al Noor Women’s Center. Where: Al Khalis, Diyala district. Why/Significance: Graduation of the first class at the Al Noor Women’s Center. Coalition provided the computers, furniture and other equipment that made this training possible. Bulletized: Women’s Center first graduation.
UNCLASSIFIED Kotish Village Gets New School School children like what they see so farLocal contractors landed the construction contract LOO: Economy When: 05 October 2005Who: Kotish School Patrons What: Celebrate School ConstructionWhere: Kotish Village Why/Significance: With the new school year, a new school for the primary students of Kotish Village will come. The Kotish primary school has been in disrepair for years and over-crowded. But now, the students and teachers alike are celebrating the start of construction of their new school. It should be completed before the rainy season starts and relieve worries about the school collapsing on students during class. 116 BCT Snake Drumbeat — 06 October 2005
278th RCT DRUMBEAT 5 OCTOBER 05 LOO: Medical TIME: 1300-1500, 5 OCT 05 WHO: Medical Personnel from 1 st BDE 5 th DIV WHAT: 278 th RCT MASCAL Exercise WHEN: 5 OCT 05 WHERE: FOB CALDWELL WHY: Observe and Assist in the MASCAL exercise MEDIA STATUS: n/a BULLETIZED: Soldiers from the 1 st BDE, 5 th DIV Iraqi Army participated in a MASCAL exercise conducted by the 278 th RCT. The scenario involved 17 casualties being treated and evacuated from a mock explosion site. IA soldier medics observed the evacuation process conducted by the ambulance team from Co C Med/RSS/278RCT. IA medics also assisted in patient care and transport and observed treatment given at the Co C/278 th RCT Troop Medical Clinic. 1st Brigade, 5 th Division IA MASCAL EXERCISE