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151-357-0001 (SL4) - Supervise CSS Functions During Platoon Operations

Standards: Ensured the proper accountability of personnel, the control of the platoon health procedures, the verification of financial readiness, the control of supply accountability and LOGPAC procedures, and the control of the platoon’s movement. Task was performed in accordance with current doctrine and unit SOP.

Conditions:
You are a platoon leader/sergeant of a
platoon operating in a field environment
with the responsibility of supervising CSS
operations relating to your platoon.

Standards:
Ensured the proper accountability of
personnel, the control of the platoon health
procedures, the verification of financial
readiness, the control of supply
accountability and LOGPAC procedures, and
the control of the platoon’s movement. Task
was performed in accordance with current
doctrine and unit SOP.

Performance
Steps

1.   Account for personnel.

a.
Verify status report.

b.
Review DA Form 1155 and
DA Form 1156, Casualty
Feeder Report.

2.   Control the platoon’s health procedures.

a.
Verify evacuation
procedures.

b.
Identify major components
of the medical threat.

c.
Identify preventive
medicine measures to prevent the
threat.

d.
Identify requirement and
responsibility for the FST.

e.
Identify combat
lifesaver.

3.   Verify platoon’s financial readiness.

4.   Control platoon’s classes of supplies.

a.
Identify resource
requirement.

b.
Control accountability.

5.   Direct platoon’s LOGPAC operation.

a.
Ensure that the proper
log report was submitted to the
company.

b.
Verify the commander’s
intent for resupply operations.

6.   Control the platoon movement plan.

a.
Prepare platoon movement
plan.

b.
Verify route
surveillance.

c.
Ensure that vehicles are
fully fueled.

d.
Check for operational
readiness of vehicles.

 

 

Performance
Measures

GO

NO
GO

1.   Obtained squad personnel status report and
completed DA Form 1155 and DA Form
1156 from the squad leaders.





2.   Processed and consolidated the information provided
by squad leaders to prepare a platoon
strength report.





3.   Recorded
situation reports (SITREPS) and other
personnel information.





4.   Updated the battle roster.





5.   Forwarded the platoon strength and completed DA
Form 1155 and DA Form 1156 to the
company command post.





6.   Verified that personnel were aware how to-





a.
Collect all information
needed for the MEDEVAC request.

 


 


b.
Record
MEDEVAC information using authorized
brevity codes.

 


 


c.
Contact
the medical unit that controls
evacuation.

 


 


d.
State
the purpose of the message in clear
text.

 


 


e.
Transmit
the MEDEVAC request information.

 


 


7.   Supervised the movement of the casualty.





8.   Verified that there was a combat lifesaver in your
platoon.





9.   Coordinated with medical personnel to ensure
platoon had properly trained
personnel.





10. Supervised the actions of the combat lifesaver.





11. Verified platoon basic pay and entitlements.





12. Verified accuracy of platoon LES.





13. Conducted predeloyment review of platoon financial readiness.





14. Inspected availability and accuracy of unit SOP. 
Included storage requirements,
methods, facilities, and
responsibility.





15. Inspected location, storage method, material conditions, and
general appearance of storage areas.





a.
For weapons and sensitive
items, included accountability,
environmental control, physical
security and access considerations.

 


 


b. For
ammunition and explosives, included
accountability, environmental
control, physical security and
access considerations.

 


 


c.
For
petroleum, oils, and lubricants and
flammable liquids, same as above.

 


 


16. Verified accuracy of
logistics report submitted to the
company.





17. Ensured the platoon rotated for supplies, mail, rations, and
refilled or exchanged water cans.





18. Verified the rearming and refueling of the platoon.





19. Ensured all platoon wounded in action (WIA), killed in action (KIA),
and enemy prisoners of war (EPW) were
present at the resupply point for
transport to the rear.





20. Verified KIA were separated from WIA and EPWs.





21. Verified vehicles needing unit level or higher maintenance
stopped in maintenance holding area.





22. Ensured a precombat inspection was done after resupply
operation was complete.





23. Coordinated with company on movement orders.





24. Verified route.





25. Conducted pre-combat inspection on assigned vehicles and
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 scores NO GO, show
him what was done wrong and how to do it
correctly.

References

 

Required

Related

 

FM
8-10-6

 

 

FM
10-27-4

 

 

FM
21-10

 

 

FM
55-30

 

 

FM
100-10

 

 

TC
21-7

 


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