LEADERS BOOK For The BACKBONE NCO LEADERS BOOK

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LEADERS BOOK For The BACKBONE NCO

LEADERS BOOK For The BACKBONE NCO

LEADERS BOOK TABLE OF CONTENTS TAB TOPIC A 307 th ENGINEER BATTALION HISTORY B

LEADERS BOOK TABLE OF CONTENTS TAB TOPIC A 307 th ENGINEER BATTALION HISTORY B NCO CREED C CODE OF CONDUCT D ARMY VALUES E PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT F COUNSELING DATA G NCO SOURCE OF INFORMATION H NCO SOURCE OF INFORMATION I LEADERS’ CARD J LEAVE RECORD K PHONE LISTING L CHAIN OF CONCERN M PRIMARY USED NUMBERS N NCO SUPPORT CHANNEL O CHAIN OF COMMAND P SCHEDULED EVENTS Q PRE COMBAT CHECKLIST R PACKING LIST S UCMJ T FREQUENTLY USED ARTICLES UNDER UCMJ U FREQUENTLY USED ARTICLES UNDER UCMJ V APFT W CTT X WEAPON QUALIFACATION Y WEAPON DENSITY Z PROMOTION CRITERIA

TAB TOPIC AA PROMOTION BB SENITIVE ITEMS CC MANDATORY TRAINING DD SRP EE PERSONNEL

TAB TOPIC AA PROMOTION BB SENITIVE ITEMS CC MANDATORY TRAINING DD SRP EE PERSONNEL READINESS FF LICENSE DATA GG VECHICLE DATA HH RISK ASSESSMENT II 8 STEP TRAINING MODEL JJ TRAINING ASSESSMENT KK METL LL REQUIRED TRAINING NN MM CTA-50 STATUS NN RECOVERY PHASE I D-DAY OO RECOVERY PHASE II D-DAY PP RECOVERY PHASE III D+1 -D+4 QQ RECOVERY PHASE IV D+5

Battalion History The battalion was constituted on 5 August 1917 in the National Army

Battalion History The battalion was constituted on 5 August 1917 in the National Army as the 307 th Engineer Regiment and organized at Camp Gordon, Georgia, on 27 August 1917 as a unit of the 82 d Infantry Division. The Regiment participated in three World War I campaigns: Meuse-Argonne, St. Mihiel, and Lorraine. It demobilized on 17 May 1919 at Camp Dix, New Jersey. The 307 th Engineer Battalion was again ordered into active service on 25 March 1942 at Camp Claiborne, Louisiana, as part of the 82 d Infantry Division. On 15 August 1942, the battalion redesignated as the 307 th Airborne Engineer Battalion and was assigned to the 82 d Airborne Division. From 1942 -1945 the battalion participated in eight major campaigns, more than any other engineer battalion, and was the first engineer battalion to perform a mission with an Airborne Division. The campaigns were Sicily, Anzio, Naples-Foggia, Rome-Arno, Normandy, Rhineland, Ardennes-Alsace (the Battle of the Bulge), and Central Europe. In 1946, the battalion moved to and stationed at Ft Bragg, North Carolina. In 1965, the battalion deployed with the division to the Dominican Republic. After the combat situation became static, the battalion constructed roads, and ranges. Charlie Company deployed to the Republic of Vietnam from February 1968 to December 1969 with Third Brigade of the 82 d Airborne Division, and participated in seven campaigns. In October 1983, soldiers of the 307 th Engineer Battalion and the 618 th Engineer Company deployed to the Island of Grenada to take part in Operation Urgent Fury, a rescue operation of American citizens in that country. In December 1989, soldiers of the 307 th Engineer Battalion and the 618 th Engineer Company joined 1 st Brigade and participated in the largest combat parachute assault since WWII when they jumped into Panama to take part in Operation Just Cause. In August 1990, the battalion deployed to Saudi Arabia to support the 82 d Airborne Division during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm, where the battalion destroyed over 55, 000 tons of Iraqi arms and equipment In August 1992, troopers of the 307 th Engineer Battalion and the 618 th Engineer Company were called upon to provide assistance in relief efforts for Florida residents devastated by Hurricane Andrew. Most recently in September 1994, the battalion was fully prepared for airborne assault and sea deployment to Haiti for Operation Uphold Democracy. Additionally, C Company deployed soldiers to Panama in December 1994 with 2 -505 PIR to quell rioting and assist in refugee control as part of Operation Safe Haven. The current mission of the 307 th Engineer Battalion is to be prepared to deploy worldwide, no notice, by parachute assault to conduct combat engineering operations in support of the 82 d Airborne Division. TAB-A-1

Battalion History Con’t C COMPANY CAMPAIGN PARTICIPATION CREDIT WORLD WAR I Muese-Argonne St. Mihiel

Battalion History Con’t C COMPANY CAMPAIGN PARTICIPATION CREDIT WORLD WAR I Muese-Argonne St. Mihiel Lorraine 1918 WORLD WAR II Sicily (with Arrowhead) Naples - Foggia Anzio Rhineland (with Arrowhead) Ardennes - Alsace Central Europe VIETNAM Tet Counteroffensive, Phase IV Counteroffensive, Phase VI Tet 69/Counteroffensive Summer-Fall 1969 Winter-Spring 1970 GRENADA Operation Urgent Fury PANAMA Operation Just Cause SOUTHWEST ASIA Operation Desert Shield Operation Desert Storm ARMED FORCES EXPEDITIONS Dominican Republic HUMANITARIAN SERVICE Hurricane Andrew Disaster Relief Hurricane Fran Disaster Relief TAB-A-2

 BACKBONE NCOs No one is more professional than I. I am a Noncommissioned

BACKBONE NCOs No 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. Competence 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. Officers 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! BACKBONE TAB-B

BATTALION CODE OF CONDUCT I I am an American, fighting in the forces which

BATTALION CODE OF CONDUCT I I 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 defense. II I 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. III If 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. IV If 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. V When 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. VI I 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. TAB-C

BATTALION ARMY VALUES LDRSHIP L- LOYALTY: BEAR TRUE FAITH AND ALLEGIANCE TO THE U.

BATTALION ARMY VALUES LDRSHIP L- LOYALTY: BEAR TRUE FAITH AND ALLEGIANCE TO THE U. S. CONSTITUTION, THE ARMY, AND OTHER SOLDIERS. D- DUTY: FULFILL YOUR OBLIGATIONS. R- RESPECT: TREAT PEOPLE AS THEY SHOULD BE TREATED. S- SELFLESS-SERVICE: PUT THE WELFARE OF THE NATION, THE ARMY AND YOUR SUBORDINATES BEFORE YOUR OWN. H- HONOR: LIVE UP TO ALL THE ARMY VALUES. I- INTEGRETY: DO WHAT’S RIGHT, LEGALLY AND MORALLY. P- PERSONAL COURAGE: FACE FEAR, DANGER, OR ADVERSITY (PHYSICAL AND MORAL). TAB-D

BATTALION PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT The personnel listed below authorize____________, ________ to maintain their SSN

BATTALION PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT The personnel listed below authorize____________, ________ to maintain their SSN and personnel information in their Leader Book with the understanding that this information will not be disclosed except in the line of their official duties. NAME SSN SIGNATURE TAB-E DATE

BATTALION COUNSELING DATA NAME RANK DATE TAB-F NEXT REMARKS

BATTALION COUNSELING DATA NAME RANK DATE TAB-F NEXT REMARKS

NCO SOURCES OF INFORMATION UCMJ AR 27 -10 NCO PROFESSIONAL DEVELOP AR 350 -17

NCO SOURCES OF INFORMATION UCMJ AR 27 -10 NCO PROFESSIONAL DEVELOP AR 350 -17 CODE OF CONDUCT AR 350 -30 IND. MIL. EDUCATION & TNG AR 351 -1 CORRESPONDANCE PROGRAM AR 351 -20 WEIGHT CONTROL AR 600 -9 NBC FM 3 -87 FIRST AID FM 21 -11 PHYSICAL TRAINING FM 21 -20 MAP READING-LAND NAVIGATION FM 21 -26 MILITARY LEADERSHIP FM 22 -100 LEADERSHIP COUNSELING FM 22 -101 SOLDIER TEAM DEVELOPMENT FM 22 -102 DRILL AND CEREMONIES FM 22 -5 GUARD DUTY FM 22 -6 INDIVIDUAL WEAPONS FM 23 -9, 23 -31, 23 -67 TRAINING THE FORCE FM 25 -100 BATTLE FOCUS TRAINING FM 25 -101 LEGAL GUIDE FOR CDRS FM 27 -1 WEIGHT CONTROL TC 22 -6 TAB-G

NCO SOURCES OF INFORMATION COMMAND POLICY AR 600 -20 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AR 600 -20

NCO SOURCES OF INFORMATION COMMAND POLICY AR 600 -20 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AR 600 -20 CUSTOMS AND COURTESIES AR 600 -25 ENLISTED PERS. MANAGEMENT AR 600 -200 UNFAVORABLE ACTION INFO AR 600 -37 STANDARDS OF CONDUCT AR 600 -50 SEL. FOR TNG & ASSIGNMENT AR 614 -200 CONTINUING EDUCATION AR 621 -5 ENLISTED EVAL REP SYSTEM AR 623 -205 INDIVIDUAL PERSONNEL SYSTEM AR 640 -10 PHOTO’S FOR PERSONNEL AR 640 -30 WEAR OF THE UNIFORM AR 600 -82 MILITARY AWARDS AR 672 -5 -1 NCOER AR 623 -205 TAB-H

LEADERS’ CARD NAME: RANK: SSN: DOB: DOR: PMOS: SMOS: DEROS: ETS: BASD: BPED: DATE

LEADERS’ CARD NAME: RANK: SSN: DOB: DOR: PMOS: SMOS: DEROS: ETS: BASD: BPED: DATE ARRIVED: MARTIAL STAT: PLACE OF BIRTH: HEIGHT: WEIGHT: RACE: EYE COLOR: HAIR COLOR: BLOOD TYPE: PULHES: ALLERGIES / TAGS: RELIGION: GT SCORE: CIV ED: BREAK IN SVC: _____PLDC: BNCOC: ANCOC: _____COMBAT LIFE SAVER: _____ CURRENT ADDRESS: PHONE NUMBER: HOR: _________ WIFE: WIFE DOB: ANNIVERSARY: CHILDREN: NAMES / DOB: POV MAKE /MODEL: POV YEAR: COLOR: INSPEC DATE: INSUR CO. : INSUR #: SIZES: BDU PANTS: BDU TOP: UNDERWARE: T-SHIRT: SOCKS: BDU CAP: BOOTS: LAST LEAVE: ___ MOTHER & FATHER ADDRESS & PHONE: TAB-I

BATTALION LEAVE RECORD NAME START DATE TAB-J END DATE LV ADDRESS TELEPH ONE #

BATTALION LEAVE RECORD NAME START DATE TAB-J END DATE LV ADDRESS TELEPH ONE #

PHONE LISTINGS • ALERT ROSTER • CHAIN OF CONCERN • IMPORTANT NUMBERS TAB-K

PHONE LISTINGS • ALERT ROSTER • CHAIN OF CONCERN • IMPORTANT NUMBERS TAB-K

PRIMARY USE PHONE NUMBERS PRIORITY KEY PHONE NUMBERS: TAB-M

PRIMARY USE PHONE NUMBERS PRIORITY KEY PHONE NUMBERS: TAB-M

SCHEDULED EVENTS • DAILY ACTIVITIES CALENDAR • LONG RANGE CALENDAR • SHORT RANGE CALENDAR

SCHEDULED EVENTS • DAILY ACTIVITIES CALENDAR • LONG RANGE CALENDAR • SHORT RANGE CALENDAR • TRAINING SCHEDULES • MANDATORY TRAINING TAB-N

NCO SUPPORT CHANNEL REF: AR 600 -20 SERGEANT MAJOR OF THE ARMY FORSCOM COMMAND

NCO SUPPORT CHANNEL REF: AR 600 -20 SERGEANT MAJOR OF THE ARMY FORSCOM COMMAND SEGEANT MAJOR III CORPS COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR DIVISION COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR DISCOM COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR BATTALION COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR FIRST SERGEANT PLATOON SERGEANT SECTION CHIEF TAB-O

CHAIN OF COMMAND REF: AR 600 -20 COMMAND -IN-CHIEF CHAIRMAN, JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF

CHAIN OF COMMAND REF: AR 600 -20 COMMAND -IN-CHIEF CHAIRMAN, JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF ARMY CHIEF OF STAFF FORSCOM COMMANDER III CORPS COMMANDER DIVISION COMMANDER DISCOM COMMANDER BATTALION COMMANDER COMPANY COMMANDER PLATOON LEADER SECTION CHIEF TAB-P

PRE-COMBAT CHECKLIST _____ PERSONNEL ACCOUNTABILITY _____ PERSONNEL HYGIENE ITEMS _____ INDIVIDUAL TA-50 _____ SEASONAL

PRE-COMBAT CHECKLIST _____ PERSONNEL ACCOUNTABILITY _____ PERSONNEL HYGIENE ITEMS _____ INDIVIDUAL TA-50 _____ SEASONAL CLOTHING ITEMS _____ ID TAGS, ID CARD _____ DRIVERS LICENSE _____ WATER JUGS (FILLED) _____ FUEL CANS (FULL) _____ STOVES W/ ALL PARTS _____ TENTS/ NETS/ POLE BAGS/ STAKES _____ CAMMO NETS _____ MAPS/ OVERLAYS _____ COMMO EQUIPMENT(BATTERIES, WIRE) _____ COMSEC (ANCD) _____ WEAPONS( INDIVIDUAL/CREW SERVE) _____ NVG’S W/ BATTERIES _____ AID BAGS _____ VEHICLES( TOPPED OFF, LOADED, DISPATCHED, PMCS, -10 MANUALS) _____ 254’S (GOGGLES) _____ SUPPLIES (ALCOHOL, MARKERS, PENS, ECT) _____ ALL SURVEY EQUIPMENT _____ MAP BOARDS _____ COTS TAB-Q

PACKING LISTS D BAG DUFFLE 1 BOOTS, LEATHER OF JUNGLE 1 DRAWERS, COTTON (optional)

PACKING LISTS D BAG DUFFLE 1 BOOTS, LEATHER OF JUNGLE 1 DRAWERS, COTTON (optional) 2 BDU TOP and BOTTOM 2 SOCKS, WOOL 2 UNDERSHIRT, BROWN 2 HANDERCHIEF 1 WATERPROOF BAG 1 NECK GATOR 1 TOWEL 1 SLEEP SYSTEM 1 LAUNDRY BAG 1 SHOE SHINE KIT 2 SOCKS, WHITE 1 BERET 1 POLY PRO TOP & BOTTOM 1 DUFFLE BAG 1 LOCK 1 BDU CAP 1 CIVILIAN CLOTHES (shirt & pants) 1 GORTEX JACKET HEAVY 1 GORTEX GLOVES 1 GORTEX BOTTOM 1 NEUMATIC OR SLEEP PAD C BAG DUFFLE 1 DUFFLE BAG w/ LOCK 1 BDU TOP and BOTTOM 1 DRAWERS (optional) 1 RUNNNING SHOES 1 LOCK 1 LAUNDRY BAG 1 PT UNIFORM 1 SOCKS, WOOL (OD OR black) 1 UNDERSHRIT, BROWN 1 SHOWERSHOES 1 BEAR SUIT TOP 1 TOWEL, BROWN RED TAG ON DUFFLE ITEMS WORN RUCK SACK 1 DRAWERS, COTTON (optional) 1 BIVY GORTEX COVER 3 SOCKS, WOOL 1 UNDERSHIRT, BROWN 1 WEAPONS CLEANING KIT 1 WET WEATHER TOP 1 2 -Qt CANTEEN (attached) 1 E-TOOL w/ CARRIER (attached) 1 FOOT POWDER 1 SEWING KIT 1 TOILET ARTICLES (kit) 1 SHOE SHINE KIT 1 TOWEL 1 WATERPROOF BAG 1 BLACK LEATHER GLOVES w/inserts 1 AIR ITEMS 1 PONCHO LINER 1 PONCHO TAB-R 1 BLACK BELT w/ BUCKLE 1 BOOTS, LEATHER OR JUNGLE 1 DRAWER, COTTON 1 SOCKS, WOOL 1 UNDERSHRIT, BROWN 1 ID TAGS 1 ID CARD 1 LBE (butt pack & extender attached) 1 BALLISTIC HELMET 1 PROTECTIVE MASK 1 WEAPON (# required)

307 TH ENGINEER BATTALION UCMJ UNIFORM CODE OF MILITARY JUSTICE PVT TO SPC SGT

307 TH ENGINEER BATTALION UCMJ UNIFORM CODE OF MILITARY JUSTICE PVT TO SPC SGT TO SGM ADMONITION REPREMAND YES RESTRICTION PVT TO SPC SGT TO SGM YES YES 14 DAYS (1) 60 DAYS EXTRA DUTIES 14 DAYS (1) 45 DAYS CORRECTIONAL CUSTODY 7 DAYS (2&3) NO 30 DAYS NO 7 DAYS 1/2 MONTH PAY FOR 2 MONTHS NO ONE GRADE IF IN PROMOTION AUTHORITY ONE OR MORE LOWER GRADES COMMANDING OFFICER COMPANY GRADE FOREFITURE OF PAY 7 DAYS REDUCTION IN RANK REDUCE ONE GRADE FIELD GRADE (1) RESTRICTION AND EXTRA DUTY MAY BE COMBINED, BUT IN SUCH A CASE, THE TOTAL MAY NOT EXCEED THE MAXIMUM ALLOWED FOR EXTRA DUTY. (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 600 -200 (PARA 7 -36) PROHIBITS REDUCTION IN RANK FOR MISCONDUCT OF SOLDIERS IN THESE PAY GRADES. TAB-S

FREQUENT USED ARTICLES UNDER UCMJ 86 87 88 89 90 ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE MISSING

FREQUENT USED ARTICLES UNDER UCMJ 86 87 88 89 90 ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE MISSING MOVEMENT CONTEMPT TOWARD OFFICALS DISRESPECT TOWARD A SUPERIOR COMMISSIONED OFFICER ASSAULTING OR WILLFULLY DISOBEYING SUPERIOR COMMISSIONED OFFICER 91 INSUBORDINATE CONDUCT TOWARD WARRANT OFFICER NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER OR PETTY OFFICER 92 FAILURE TO OBEY ORDER OR REGULATION/DERELICTION OF DUTY 95 RESISTANCE , BREACH OF ARREST, AND ESCAPE 98 NONCOMPLIANCE WITH PROCEDURAL RULES 107 FALSE OFFICIAL STATEMENTS 111 DRUNKEN OR WRECKLESS DRIVING 112 A WRONGFUL USE, POSSESSION, ETC. , OF CONTROLED SUBSTANCES 115 MALINGERING 117 PROVOKING SPEECHES OR GESTURES 120 RAPE AND CARNAL KNOWLEDGE 121 LARCENY AND WRONGFUL APPROPRIATION 122 ROBBERY 123 FORGERY 123 A MAKING, DRAWING, OR UTTERING CHECK, DRAFT, OR ORDER WITHOUT SUFFICIENT FUNDS 124 SODOMY 127 EXTORTION 128 ASSAULT 129 BURGLARY 132 FRAUDS AGAINST THE UNITED STATES 134 ADULTERY 134 ASSAULT-INDECENT 134 ASSAULT-WITH INTENT TO COMMIT MURDER, VOLUNTARY MAN SLAUGHTER, RAPE, ROBBERY, SODOMY, ARSON, BURGLARY, OR HOUSEBREAKING 134 CHECK, WORTHLESS, MAKING AND UTTERING 134 COHABITATION, WRONGFUL 134 DISHONORABLY FAILING TO PAY 134 DISLOYAL STATEMENTS 134 DISORDERLY CONDUCT, DRUNKENNESS 134 FALSE OR UNAUTHORIZED PASS OFFENSES 134 FALSE PRETENSES, OBTAINING SERVICES UNDER 134 FALSE SWEARING 134 FLEEING SCENE OF A ACCIDENT 134 FRATERNIZATION 134 GAMBLING WITH SUBORDINATE 133 INPERSONATING A COMMISSIONED, WARRANT, NONCOMMISSIONED, OR PETTY OFFICER, OR AN AGENT OF OFFICAL TAB-T

FREQUENT USED ARTICLES UNDER UCMJ 134 INDECENT ACTS OR LIBERTIES WITH A CHILD 134

FREQUENT USED ARTICLES UNDER UCMJ 134 INDECENT ACTS OR LIBERTIES WITH A CHILD 134 INDECENT EXPOSURE 134 INDECENT LANGUAGE 134 MAIL : TAKING, OPENING, SECRETING, DESTROYING, OR STEALING 134 MAIL: DEPOSITING OR CAUSING TO BE DEPOSITED OBSCENE MATTERS IN 134 OBSTRUCTING JUSTICE 134 PERJURY: SUBORNATION OF PUBLIC RECORD: ALTERING, CONCEALING, REMOVING, MUTILATING, OBLITERATING, OR DESTROYING 134 RESTRICTION BREAKING 134 SOLICITING ANOTHER TO COMMIT AN OFFENSE 134 STRAGGLING 134 TESTIFY: WRONGFUL REFUSAL 134 THREAT OF HOAX: BOMB THREAT, COMMUNICATING 134 UNLAWFUL ENTRY 134 WEAPON: CONCEALED, CARRY 134 WEARING UNAUTHORIZED INSIGNIA, DECORATION, BADGE, RIBBION, DEVICE, OR LAPEL BUTTON TAB-U

BATTALION APFT DATA NAME LAST APFT PU SU RUN RAW / PNTS TOTAL TAB-V

BATTALION APFT DATA NAME LAST APFT PU SU RUN RAW / PNTS TOTAL TAB-V

 307 TH ENGINEER BATTALION CTT TESTING RESULTS NAME SUBJ GO TAB-W NO GO

307 TH ENGINEER BATTALION CTT TESTING RESULTS NAME SUBJ GO TAB-W NO GO

307 TH ENGINEER BATTALION WEAPON QUALIFICATION INDIVIDUAL WEAPON QUALIFICATION NAME DATE TYPE SCORE RATING

307 TH ENGINEER BATTALION WEAPON QUALIFICATION INDIVIDUAL WEAPON QUALIFICATION NAME DATE TYPE SCORE RATING REMARKS TAB-X

307 TH ENGINEER BATTALION WEAPON DENSITY WEAPONS DENSITY TRAINING NAME M 16 M 9

307 TH ENGINEER BATTALION WEAPON DENSITY WEAPONS DENSITY TRAINING NAME M 16 M 9 SAW TAB-Y MK-19 M 60 NBC

BATTALION PROMOTION CRITERIA RANK ACCELERATED NORMAL PVT TOPV 2 4 -6 MONTHS TIS PV

BATTALION PROMOTION CRITERIA RANK ACCELERATED NORMAL PVT TOPV 2 4 -6 MONTHS TIS PV 2 TO PFC 6 -12 MONTHS TIS 4 MONTHS TIG WAIVERABLE PFC TO SPC 12 MONTHS TIS 3 MONTHS TIG 26 MONTHS TIS 6 MONTHS TIG 3 MONTHS TIG WAIVERABLE RANK SECONDARY ZONE PRIMARY ZONE SPC TO SGT 18 M 0 NTHS TIG 8 MONTHS TIS 1/2 WAIVERABLE 36 MONTHS TIS 8 MONTHS TIG 1/2 WAIVERABLE SGT TO SSG 60 MONTHS TIS 10 MONTHS TIG 1/2 WAIVERABLE 84 MONTHS TIS 10 MONTHS TIG 1/2 WAIVERABLE NOTE: 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 ON THE REASON WHY HE 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 WRITING. GENERAL REMARKS/ REGULATION CHANGES TAB-Z

BATTALION PROMOTION DATA (SPC/SGT) NAME RANK DOR PRMT TAB-AA POINTS REMARKS

BATTALION PROMOTION DATA (SPC/SGT) NAME RANK DOR PRMT TAB-AA POINTS REMARKS

BATTALION SENSITIVE ITEMS NAME/RANK BATTLE NVG’S MASK ROSTER#SER # TAB-BB WEAPON SERIAL #

BATTALION SENSITIVE ITEMS NAME/RANK BATTLE NVG’S MASK ROSTER#SER # TAB-BB WEAPON SERIAL #

TAB-CC

TAB-CC

BATTALION SRP DATA SRP STATUS NAME RANK LAST SRP TAB-DD SRP STATUS

BATTALION SRP DATA SRP STATUS NAME RANK LAST SRP TAB-DD SRP STATUS

PERSONNEL READINESS NAME FAMILY DENATAL CARE IV PLANS CAT III MASK PHONE CERTIF RECALL

PERSONNEL READINESS NAME FAMILY DENATAL CARE IV PLANS CAT III MASK PHONE CERTIF RECALL ANTHRAX HIV DNA = COMPLETED X= INCOMPLETED DATE OF PDP: TAB-EE

BATTALION LICENSE DATA NAME M 998 M 577 M 923 M 936 GEN TAB-FF

BATTALION LICENSE DATA NAME M 998 M 577 M 923 M 936 GEN TAB-FF HAZ MAT OTH ER

BATTALION VEHICLE DATA VEHICLE TYPE STATUS BUMPER COMMO NEXT NUMBER STATUS SERVICE TAB-GG REMARKS

BATTALION VEHICLE DATA VEHICLE TYPE STATUS BUMPER COMMO NEXT NUMBER STATUS SERVICE TAB-GG REMARKS

BATTALION RISK ASSESSMENT IMPLEMENT CONTROLS IDENTIFY HAZARDS TO THE FORCE. CONSIDER ALL ASPECTS OF

BATTALION RISK ASSESSMENT IMPLEMENT CONTROLS IDENTIFY HAZARDS TO THE FORCE. CONSIDER ALL ASPECTS OF CURRENT AND FUTURE SITUATIONS, ENVIRONMENT, AND KNOWN HISTORICAL PROBLEMS AREAS PUT CONTROLS IN PLACE THAT ELIMINATE THE HAZARDS OR REDUCE THEIR RISK ASSESS HAZARDS SUPERVISE & EVALUATE ASSESS HAZARDS TO DETERMINE RISKS. ASSESS THE IMPACT OF EACH HAZARD IN TERMS OF POTENTIAL LOSS AND COST BASED ON PROBABILITY AND SEVERITY ENFORCE STANARDS AND CONTROL. EVALUATE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CONTROLS AND ADJUST/UPDATES AS NECESSARY CAUSE FACTORS HUMAN ERORS (80%) DEVELOP CONTROLS & MAKE RISK DECISION ENVIROMENT (15%) * SURFACE SPACE(ROUGH, INCLINE, SLIPERY, ECT * ILLUMINATION(DARK, BRIGHT, ECT * TEMPERATURE(HUMIDITY(COLD, HOT, ECT) DEVELOP CONTROL MEASURES THAT ELIMINATE THE HAZARD OR REDUCE ITS RISK. AS CONTROL MEASURES ARE DEVELOPED, RISK ARE REEVALUATED UNTIL ALL RISLS ARE REDUCED TO A LEVEL WHERE BENEFITS OUTWEIGH POTENTIAL COST MATERIEL/EQUIPMENT FAILURE(5%) * WHEELED VEHICLE(BRAKES, TIRES, ELECTRICAL SYSTEM, ECT) * MAINTENANCE(WHEEL SPLIT RIMS, HAND TOOLS, ECT) SOURCES OF CAUSE FACTORS RISK-ASSESSMENT MATRIX SEVERITY LIKELY CATASTROPHIC CRITICAL MARGINAL NEGLIGIBLE E E H M OCCASIONAL E H M L SELDOM H H M L UNLIKELY M L L L RISK LEVEL: E-EXTEMELY HIGH, H-HIGH, M-MODERATE, L-LOW INDIVIDUAL(48%) LEADER(18%) TRAINING(18%) STANDARDS(8%) SUPPORT(8%) MY RISK REDUCTION ACTIONS ARE: 1. PROBABILITY: 2. THE LIKELIHOOD THAT AN EVENT WILL OCCUR. FREQUENT-OCCURS OFTEN, CONTINUOUSLY EXPERIENCED. LIKELY-OCCURS SEVERAL TIMES OCCASIONAL-OCCURS SPORADICALLY UNLIKELY-CAN ASSUME IT WILL NOT OCCUR 3. 4. SEVERITY: THE EXPECTED CONSEQUENCE OF AN EVENT IN TERMS OF DEGRRE OF INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE, OR OTHER MISSION-IMPAIRING FACTORS. 5. CATASTROPHIC-DEATH OR PERMANENT TOTAL DISABILITY SYSTEM LOSS, MAJOR PROPERTY DAMAGE CRITICAL-PERMANENT PARTIAL DISABILITY, TEMPORARY TOTAL DISABILITY IN EXCESS OF 3 MONTHS, MAJOR SYSTEM DAMAGE, SIGNIFICANT PROPERTY DAMAGE MARGINAL: MINOR INJURY, LOST WROKDAY ACCIDENT, MINOR SYSTEM DAMAGE, MINOR PROPERTY DAMAGE NEGLIGIBLE: FIRST AID OR MINRO MEDICAL TREATMENT, MINOR SYSTEM IMPAIRMENT RISK LEVEL ACCEPTANCE AUTHORITY RANK NAME DUTY POSITION CALL SIGN LOW______________________ MODERATE___________________ HIGH______________________ EX. HIGH____________________ TAB-HH

PLAN Training Objectives Soldiers to Trainers/Evaluators Land/Facilities Equipment/Supplies References & TTP’s Risk Assessment TRAIN

PLAN Training Objectives Soldiers to Trainers/Evaluators Land/Facilities Equipment/Supplies References & TTP’s Risk Assessment TRAIN LEADERS EXECUTE Alternate Instructor Focus on Weakness RETRAIN Review Training Objectives Establish What Happened Establish Why It Happened Determine What Was Right Determine What Was Wrong Determine What Should Be Done Differently Next Time CONDUCT AAR REHEARSE Precombat Checks Focus on Doctrine, Basics, & Leaders and OC’s Standards Coach Frequently Control Environment Develop Teamwork Increase Complexity Make Training Realistic Ensure Participation Reduced Force Situation Enemy Sand Table Friendly Rock Drill Attachments & TEWT Detachments Mission Full Force Execution Concept of Operation Force Coordination Instructions Service and Support Concept of Logistics, Materiel, and Medical Evacuation Command Signal ISSUE ORDER 8 STEP TRAINING MODEL RECON Recon Training Site, Route, & Obstacles Train Leaders First Terrain Walk Done Focus on Doctrine, With Key Leaders Basics, & Standards Classroom Instruction Performance Tests Written Tests On Site Certification TAB-II

BATTALION TRAINING ASSESSMENT PROCEDURE STEPS TRAINING OBJECTIVE: 1 GATHER REQUIRED RESOURCES: 2 TRAINING STATEMENT:

BATTALION TRAINING ASSESSMENT PROCEDURE STEPS TRAINING OBJECTIVE: 1 GATHER REQUIRED RESOURCES: 2 TRAINING STATEMENT: 3 SAFETY STATEMENT: 4 PRETEST: 5 ORIENTATION STATEMENT: 6 DEMONSTRATION GUIDELINES: 7 PERFORMANCE STEPS: 8 SKILL PRACTICE: 9 PERFORMANCE TEST: 10 RECORD AND REPORT RESULTS OF TRAINING: 11 REFERENCES: 12 TAB-JJ

307 TH ENGINEER BATTALION METL (IND) TASK GO NO-GO GO NO-GO NO-GO TASK NUMBER

307 TH ENGINEER BATTALION METL (IND) TASK GO NO-GO GO NO-GO NO-GO TASK NUMBER & NAME TAB-KK

REQUIRED TRAINING 307 TH ENGINEER BATTALION REQUIRED TRANNING DATE DATE TAB-LL

REQUIRED TRAINING 307 TH ENGINEER BATTALION REQUIRED TRANNING DATE DATE TAB-LL

307 TH ENGINEER BATTALION CTA-50 STATUS NAME ITEM TAB-MM LOST DX

307 TH ENGINEER BATTALION CTA-50 STATUS NAME ITEM TAB-MM LOST DX

RECOVERY PHASE 1 (D-DAY) 1. PERSONNEL ACCOUNTABILITY (INSPECT PERSONNEL FOR CONTRABAND) 2. ACCOUNT FOR

RECOVERY PHASE 1 (D-DAY) 1. PERSONNEL ACCOUNTABILITY (INSPECT PERSONNEL FOR CONTRABAND) 2. ACCOUNT FOR AND SECURE ALL VEHICLES - ( CONDUCT AFTER OPERATIONS PMCS, SCRUB AND VERIFY ALL DEADLINES ) TO BMO, CLOSED OUT DISPATCH 3. ACCOUNT FOR AND SECURE ALL SENSITIVE ITEMS -WEAPONS ( INITIAL CLEANING BEGINS ) -RADIOS AND SECURE EQUIPMENT -SOI’s, KEY TAPES -COMPUTERS -GPS / PLGR -NVG’s 4. TOP OFF VEHICLES AND GENERATORS 5. CONDUCT 100% SERIAL NUMBER INVENTORY -ALL TIMES IN THE ARMS ROOM; CONDUCTED BY SFC OR ABOVE 6. ANCD AND SINGARS STORED IN PROPER POSTION 7. SUBMIT CLOSURE REPORT TO S-3 9. CONDUCT SAFETY BRIEFING 10. POLICE AND CLEAR RANGE OR TRAINING AREA TAB-NN

RECOVERY PHASE II (D-DAY) 1. MAINTENANCE WILL BE COMPLETE ON ALL VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT

RECOVERY PHASE II (D-DAY) 1. MAINTENANCE WILL BE COMPLETE ON ALL VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT _________________________ 2. CLEAN AND INVENTORY ALL SECTION EQUIPMENT, IDENTIFY SHORTAGES AND INITIATE PROPERTY ADJUSTMENTS _________________________ 3. WASH VEHICLES (THROUGHLY CLEANED, PREPAND REFUEL FOR INSPECTION) _________________________ 4. CLEAN AND OIL WEAPONS - ( INITIAL CLEANING) _________________________ 5. CONDUCT 100 % INVENTORY ON SENITIVE ITEMS _________________________ 6 LUBRICATE ALL WHEELED VECHILES, TO INCLUDE TRAILERS _________________________ TAB-OO

RECOVERY PHASE III (D+1 - D+4) 1. DRAIN , CLEAN, PROPERLY STORE COMMON USED,

RECOVERY PHASE III (D+1 - D+4) 1. DRAIN , CLEAN, PROPERLY STORE COMMON USED, SUCH AS STOVES, TENTS, AND FUEL AND WATER CANS _________ 2. TURN-IN MREs NOT CONSUMED TO THE MESS OR SUPPLY SEERGEANT. ________ 3. CLEAN COMMON AREAS TO INCLUDE: MAINTANCE STORAGE, WASH RACKS, TROOP BILLETS 3. COMPLETE 2 ND AND 3 RD CLEANING ON WEAPONS AND PROTECTIVE MASK USING A 2404 ___________ 4. UPDATE TAMMS RECORDS TO REFLECT PROPER EQUIPMENT STATS __________ 5. SUBMIT REQUISITIONS TO REPLINISH THE BASIC LOAD CLASSES OF SUPPLY TAB-PP

RECOVERY PHASE IV (D+5) 1. UNIT CDR INSPECTS EACH VEHICLE FOR CLEANINESS, COMPLETION OF

RECOVERY PHASE IV (D+5) 1. UNIT CDR INSPECTS EACH VEHICLE FOR CLEANINESS, COMPLETION OF OPERTAOR MAINTANANCE AND ACCOUNTABILITY _________________________ -( INITIATE REPORTS OF SURVEY OR STATEMENT OF CHARGE FOR LOST OR DAMAGED EQUIPMENT - WEAPONS / NVG _________________________ 2. CONDUCT AFTER ACTION REVIEW _________________________ 3. ALL LOGBOOKS AND PMCS s VERIFIED, SCREENED BY - MOTOR SGT AND PROCESS TO PLL. SECTION CHIEF MUST RETAIN A COPY FOR FINAL INSPECTION. NEW 5988 WILL NOT BE REISSUED UNTIL LAST 5988 ARE UPDATED _________________________ 5. REQUISITION REPLACEMENT PACKAGE OF POL TO RESTOCK BASIC LOAD AFTER BRIEFING BN XO _________________________ 6. SCHEDULE COMPENSATORY TIME FOR SOLDIERS _________________________ TAB-QQ