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Skill Level 1

» 071-331-0815 (SL1) – Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline
Standards: Ensured that noise was kept at a minimum; no light was visible to the enemy; the area was free of litter and other evidence of the unit’s presence.

» 071-311-2125 (SL1) – Maintain an M203 Grenade Launcher
Standards: Cleared the M203 grenade launcher; disassembled the M203; cleaned and lubricated the M203; inspected the M203 before assembly; assembled the M203; and performed a function check on the M203.

» Land Nav Task 11 – Orient a Map to the Ground by Map-Terrain Association
Standards: Oriented the map to within 30 degrees of north.

» 071-311-2129 (SL1) – Correct Malfunctions of an M203 Grenade Launcher
Standards: Corrected malfunctions of an M203 grenade launcher. Followed all safety precautions according to TM 9-1010-221-10.

» 071-100-0004 (SL1) – Maintain an M4 or M4A1 Carbine
Standards: Cleaned, inspected, and lubricated the carbine and magazine so they functioned correctly. Cleaned and inspected the ammunition. Turned in any unserviceable ammunition.

» 071-311-2027 (SL1) – Load an M16-Series Rifle
Standards: Loaded an M16A1 rifle in the semiautomatic and automatic modes or loaded an M16A2 or M16A4 rifle in both the semiautomatic and burst modes. In either case, ensured that a round was chambered and the selector was returned to the SAFE position.

» 081-831-1044 (SL1) – Perform First Aid for Nerve Agent Injury
Standards: Administered correctly the antidote to self, or administered three sets of MARK l nerve agent antidote autoinjectors or three ATNAAs followed by the CANA to a buddy following the correct sequence.

» 071-025-0007 (SL1) – Engage Targets with an M240B Machine Gun
Standards: Fired the M240B machine gun to engage targets in the assigned sector of fire. Used correct M240B machine gun target engagement techniques so you hit each target.

» 031-503-1037 (SL1) – Detect Chemical Agents Using M8 or M9 Detector Paper
Standards: Detect chemical agents using M8 or M9 detector paper. Attach the M9 detector paper in places likely to come into contact with liquid chemical agents. Detect all liquid chemical agents in the area without becoming a casualty. Identify all liquid chemical agents within the capability of the M8 detector paper.

» Land Nav Task 7 – Determine a Location on the Ground by Terrain Association
Standards: Determined the six-digit coordinate of your location with a 100-meter tolerance within seven minutes.

» Land Nav Task 1 – Select a Movement Route Using a Map
Standards: Selected a route with the following characteristics: 1. Took advantage of maximum cover and concealment. 2. Ensured observation and field of fire for the overwatch or fire support elements. 3. Allowed positive control of all elements. 4. Accomplished the mission quickly without unnecessary or prolonged exposure to enemy fire.

» 805C-PAD-1391 (SL1) – Comply With the Army’s Equal Opportunity and Sexual Harassment Policies
Standards: Complied with the Army’s EO and sexual harassment policies. Acted in accordance with the Army’s EO and sexual harassment policies, took actions to maintain an environment free from unlawful discrimination and sexual harassment, and reported behaviors that violate the EO and sexual harassment policies.

» 805C-PAD-1245 (SL1) – Support Unit and Family Readiness Through the Army Family Team Building (AFTB) Program
Standards: Your family was prepared for your separation during deployments and aware of unit and installation programs that could provide assistance.

» 071-030-0005 (SL1) – Load an MK19 Machine Gun
Standards: Loaded linked ammunition through feed throat into feeder so, when cover was closed, the round was straight and firmly seated against the bolt, and the ammunition fed correctly.

» 071-710-0006 (SL1) – Plan Use of Night Vision Devices
Standards: Made a plan that designated who would operate night vision devices and what, where, and when they would do so.

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