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Soldiers' Welfare

Suggested U.S. Army NCO leaders book item covering the Soldiers’ Welfare

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Soldiers’ Welfare

THESE Provisions must be established for soldiers!

  • Meals

  • Tactically feed at all meals, 5 meters between soldiers

  • Mail operations–set aside an area where paper, pens, and light are available

  • Stay out of open areas

  • Proper field sanitation

  • Hand washing capability for chow line and at latrines location

  • Garbage disposed of quickly and properly

  • No eating or sleeping in work areas (Vans)

  • Limited “Poggie” bait in field location

  • Soldiers’ pay-S1 must make arrangements for LESs pickup and leaders must screen

  • Laundry and bath–personal hygiene must remain a high standard (soldiers will be clean and shaved no later than 1200 hours daily)

  • Heat and cold weather injuries must be prevented through briefings and First line leaders checking (identified with white engineer tape)

  • Personnel properly licensed to operate equipment


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