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551-88N-0003 (SL3) - Plan Unit Move

Standards: Planned a unit movement using the necessary references (vehicle ?10s) and equipment to deliver vehicles and equipment to arrive safely at the port of debarkation with no loss of vehicles, equipment, or personnel.

Conditions: Given a command directive to plan for your unit to conduct a move to port of embarkation to deploy in support of an Army or joint OPLAN. You have access to the unit SOP and all unit movement directives.

Standards: Planned a unit movement using the necessary references (vehicle ?10s) and equipment to deliver vehicles and equipment to arrive safely at the port of debarkation with no loss of vehicles, equipment, or personnel.

Performance Steps

1.   Identify what needs to be moved.

2.   Identify what needs to accompany troops.

3.   Identify what needs to be moved by air.

4.   Identify hazardous, sensitive, and classified material/equipment.

5.   Identify bulk cargo.

6.   Develop vehicle load plans.

Evaluation Preparation:

Setup: Evaluate this task during a field training exercise or a unit training exercise.

Brief Soldier: Inform the soldier that the evaluation is measured on the ability to perform all the functions listed.

Performance Measures

GO

NO GO

1.   Identified what needed to be moved.

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a. Determined number of deploying personnel.

 

 

b. Determined deploying vehicles and equipment.

 

 

c. Determined basic load.

 

 

2.   Identified what needed to accompany troops.

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a. Identified Yellow TAT.

 

 

b. Identified Red TAT.

 

 

c. Identified equipment not to accompany troops.

 

 

3.   Identified what needed to be moved by air.

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a. Established liaison with UMO.

 

 

b. Determined advance party personnel.

 

 

c. Determined supercargo personnel.

 

 

4.   Identified hazardous, sensitive, and classified equipment and material.

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a. Identified TAT ammunition quantities.

 

 

b. Determined upload of ammunition for armored vehicles.

 

 

c. Determined securable hatches.

 

 

d. Determined palletized load for armored vehicles.

 

 

e. Determined tiedown cargo requirements.

 

 

f.  Determined fuel reduction requirements.

 

 

5.   Identified bulk cargo.

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a. Determined packing list distribution.

 

 

b. Determined BBPCT requirements.

 

 

6.   Developed vehicle load plans.

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a. Planned for load capacity.

 

 

b. Determined commercial transportation requirements.

 

 

Evaluation Guidance: Score the soldier a GO for the task if all performance measures are passed. Score the soldier a NO GO for the task if any performance measure is failed. For all NO GO performances, demonstrate how the performance should be performed and allow the soldier remediation.

References

 

Required

Related

 

FM 4-01.011

 

 

FM 55-1

 

 

FM 100-17

 

 

FM 101-5

 

 

TB 55-46-1