dcsimg
This website is not affiliated with the U.S. government or military.

Take Charge of a Platoon

Lead the platoon with a clear understanding of your duties ,your superior's expectations, an assessment of the current strengths and weaknesses of your unit and an initial training plan.

Click here to download the presentation.

Take Charge of a Platoon

PURPOSE

REFERENCES

OUTLINE

Introduction

Purpose

Army Regulations

Field Manuals

DOD Manual

Summary

Questions

Conclusions

ARMY PRIVACY PROGRAM

AR 340-21

Protect the privacy of individuals

Collect only what is legally authorized

Keep only timely,accurate,complete,& relevant information

Prevent unauthorized use,access,disclosure,alteration,or destruction

Let individuals know what records are kept

Permit individuals to amend records

Allow individuals to ask for an administrative review

Maintain only information that is relevant and necessary

Act promptly,accurately,and fairly

SUSPENSION OF FAVORABLE ACTIONS
AR 600-8-2

A soldiers status changes from:Favorable/unfavorable

Two categories:

Transferable,e.g.,Weight Control Program

Non-Transferable,e.g.,Court-martial

SPONSORSHIP PROGRAM

AR 630-10

ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE (AWOL)

DROPPED FROM THE ROLLS (DFR)

AR 630-10

DISCHARGES

Weight Control Program
AR 600-9

RETENTION PROGRAM
AR 601-280

AWARDS PROGRAM
AR 600-8-22

NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER
EVALUATION REPORTING SYSTEM
(NCOERS) AR 623-205

OFFICER EVALUATION REPORTING
SYSTEM (OERS)
AR 623-105

ASSIGNMENT AND UTILIZATION
POLICY
AR 614-200

STANDINGING OPERATING PROCEDURES
FM 101-5

DUTY ROSTERS
AR 220-45

MAIL OPERATIONS
DOD MANUAL 4525.6-M VOL II

RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES
AR 165-1 and AR 600-20

MAINTANANCE OF RECORDS
AR 25-400-2

SUMMARY

QUESTIONS

CONCLUSION