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Skill Level 1

» 031-503-1013 (SL1) – Decontaminate Yourself and Individual Equipment Using Chemical Decontaminating Kits
Standards: Decontaminate yourself and your individual equipment using chemical decontaminating kits. Start the steps to decontaminate your skin and eyes within 1 minute after you found they were contaminated. Decontaminate all exposed skin and your eyes as necessary before chemical agent symptoms occur. Decontaminate all personal equipment for liquid contamination after decontaminating your skin, face, and eyes.

» 071-022-0001 (SL1) – Maintain a Caliber .50 M2 Machine Gun
Standards: Cleaned and lubricated the caliber .50 M2 machine gun and its components. Cleaned and inspected all parts and ammunition and turned in unserviceable parts for maintenance. Assembled the gun so it was operational.

» 031-503-1035 (SL1) – Protect Yourself from Chemical/Biological Contamination Using Your Assigned Protective Mask
Standards: Protect yourself from chemical or biological contamination using your assigned protective mask. Don, clear, and check your mask within 9 seconds. Drink water through your protective mask from your canteen without becoming a casualty.

» 071-000-0005 (SL1) – Prepare a Range Card for a Machine Gun
Standards: Prepared a range card for your position in duplicate. Sketched in the terrain in your assigned sector of fire. Located and sketched in magnetic north, using the appropriate symbol. Sketched in sector limits, the gun symbol, a FPL or PDF, and dead space. In the DATA SECTION wrote in the weapon, the unit, and other data. Sketched in terrain features that offer likely targets and numbered them in priority. Recorded the range and direction to and the elevation and description of each target.

» 191-376-5151 – Control Access to a Military Installation
Prevent unauthorized personnel, packages, and/or vehicles from entering the installation

» 071-329-1006 (SL1) – Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point While Dismounted
Standards: Moved on foot to designated points at a rate of 3,000 meters per hour.

» 191-377-4254 – Search a Detainee
Standards: Search and restrain the detainee sequentially according to the performance step s, locate and confiscate all weapons, contraband and items of intelligence value, and prepare DD Form 2745 and DA Form 4137 without error.

» 071-025-0001 (SL1) – Maintain an M240B Machine Gun
Standards: Cleaned and lubricated the M240B machine gun and components. Inspected all parts, components, and ammunition for serviceability; turned in unserviceable items to maintenance. Correctly assembled the gun and ensured it was operational.

» 093-401-5050 – React to a Possible Improvised Explosive Device (IED)
Standard: Properly establish initial exclusion area, security, and report “Possible Improvised Explosive Device (IED)” to Higher HQ with 100% accuracy.

» 301-371-1000 (SL1) – Report Intelligence Information
Standards: Submitted observations in a spot report, using the SALUTE format, to your chain of command, within five minutes of observing enemy activity. You correctly identified six out of six SALUTE items.

» 071-311-2130 (SL1) – Engage Targets with an M203 Grenade Launcher
Standards: Destroyed or disabled enemy targets without causing injury or death to friendly personnel.

» 071-326-0503 (SL1) – Move Over, Through, or Around Obstacles (Except Minefields)
Standards: Approached within 100 meters of a suspected enemy position over a specified route. Negotiated each obstacle within the time designated while retaining all equipment without becoming a casualty to a booby trap or early warning device.

» 191-377-4256 – Guard Detainees
Standards: Maintain accountability and control of the detainees. Ensure that detainees remain silent and segregated. Protect detainees from abuse and harm. Follow the ROE/RUF during escape attempts. Correct and report inappropriate treatment and detainee noncompliance to your supervisor.

» Land Nav Task 5 – Determine a Magnetic Azimuth Using a Lensatic Compass
Standards: Determined the correct magnetic azimuth to the designated point within three degrees using the compass-to-cheek method, and within ten degrees using the center-hold method.

» 081-831-1042 (SL1) – Perform Mouth-to-Mouth Resuscitation
Standards: Gave mouth-to-mouth resuscitation correctly, in the correct sequence. Continued mouth-to-mouth resuscitation at the rate of about 10 to 12 breaths per minute until the casualty started to breathe on his own, the soldier was relieved by a qualified person, or the soldier was too tired to go on.

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