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052-191-1362 (SL1) - Camouflage Equipment

Standards: Camouflage equipment so all shiny parts are concealed, all remaining parts of the equipment are covered in irregular patterns, and outlines blend with predominant terrain background in the area. Camouflage equipment to prevent detection by visual, near-infrared, infrared, ultraviolet, radar, acoustic, and radio sensors.


Conditions: Given an item of equipment to camouflage, such as a
wheeled vehicle (truck or jeep) or a tracked
vehicle (armored personnel carrier [APC] or
infantry fighting vehicle) and the
lightweight camouflage screen system (LCSS)
or natural camouflage material (such as
burlap, sandbags, and cloth strips). 
You are wearing a battle dress
uniform (BDU).

Special Conditions: When this task is to be performed in a nuclear,
biological, and chemical (NBC) environment,
there will be no change in standards due to
mission-oriented protective posture (MOPP)
4.

Standards:
Camouflage equipment so all shiny parts are
concealed, all remaining parts of the
equipment are covered in irregular patterns,
and outlines blend with predominant terrain
background in the area. 
Camouflage equipment to prevent
detection by visual, near-infrared,
infrared, ultraviolet, radar, acoustic, and
radio sensors.

Performance Steps

1.   Hide the equipment by positioning it-

a.
Under natural cover
(whenever possible).

b.
Within natural shadows
(whenever possible).

c.
In natural or constructed
depressions in the ground.

d.
So it is concealed by
existing vegetation (whenever
possible).

2.   Use the LCSS or natural camouflage materials to
break up the shape and outline of the
equipment so it blends in with the
surrounding area. (figure 052-191-1362-1)




Figure
052-191-1362-1.
Camouflage nets

 

3.   Cover all shiny areas of the equipment, such as
headlights, reflectors, mirrors, and
windshields.

4.   Cover or brush out obvious tracks that lead to the
equipment.

Evaluation Preparation: 

Setup:  Provide the
soldier with equipment to be camouflaged as
listed in the conditions.

Brief
Soldier: 
Tell the soldier he is to camouflage
the vehicle or piece of equipment in
preparation for unit defense.

Performance
Measures

GO

NO GO

1.   Hid the equipment by positioning it-

a.
Under natural cover
(whenever possible)

 

 

b.
Within natural shadows
(whenever possible)

 

 

c.
In natural or constructed
depressions in the ground.

 

 

d.
So it was concealed by
existing vegetation (whenever
possible).

 

 

2.   Used the LCCS or natural camouflage materials to
break up the shape and outline of the
equipment so it blended with the
surrounding area.

3.   Covered all shiny areas of the equipment, such as
headlights, reflectors, mirrors, and
windshields.

4.   Covered or brushed out obvious tracks that led to
the equipment.

Evaluation
Guidance:
 
Score the soldier GO if all
performance measures are passed. 
Score the soldier NO GO if any
performance measure is failed. 
If the soldier fails any performance
measure, show him what was done wrong and
how to do it correctly.

References


 

Required


Related


 

 

FM
20-3

 

 

FM
21-75

 


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