Squad Training Management Practical Exercise

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1. Conduct unit operations.
805C-PAD-4359 Manage Soldier's Deployment Requirements
805C-PAD-4550 Prepare a Standing Operating Procedure (SOP)
071-326-5502 Issue a Fragmentary Order
071-326-5503 Issue a Warning Order
071-720-0015 Conduct an Area Reconnaissance by Platoon
551-88N-3042 Plan Unit Move
551-88N-3043 Prepare for Unit Move
181-101-2023 Enforce the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ)
181-105-2001 Enforce the Law of War and the Geneva and Hague Conventions
850-001-4001 Integrate Composite Risk Management into Mission Plans
071-326-3013 Conduct a Tactical Road March
091-CTT-4001 Supervise Maintenance Operations
159-200-2020 Integrate Threat Capabilities into Mission Planning
224-176-2426 Enforce Compliance with Media Ground Rules
2. Guard detained prisoners of war
301-371-1200 Process Captured Material
191-377-4250 Supervise the Processing of Detainees at the Point of Capture
191-377-4252 Supervise the Escort of Detainees
191-379-5403 Supervise a Riot/Crowd Control Operation with a Platoon Sized Element
301-371-1052 Protect Classified Information and Material
191-377-4256 Guard Detainees
301-348-1050 Report Information of Potential Intelligence Value
301-371-1050 Implement Operations Security (OPSEC) Measures
191-377-4254 Search a Detainee
191-376-4114 Control Entry to and Exit from a Restricted Area
071-331-1004 Perform Duty as a Guard
3. Treat casualties
081-831-1056 Coordinate Medical Activity Support
805C-PAD-2060 Report Casualties
081-831-1058 Supervise Casualty Treatment and Evacuation
081-831-1001 Evaluate a Casualty (Tactical Combat Casualty Care)
081-831-1003 Perform First Aid to Clear an Object Stuck in the Throat of a Conscious Casualty
081-831-1005 Perform First Aid to Prevent or Control Shock
081-831-1007 Perform First Aid for Burns
081-831-1008 Perform First Aid for Heat Injuries
081-831-1023 Perform First…...

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