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805C-PAD-4359 (SL4) - Manage Soldier's Deployment Requirements

Standards: Performed initial deployment activities to include verification of section/platoon roster, recall/alert roster, individual SRP packets and load plan.

Conditions:
Given a requirement to prepare a section
for deployment, access to FM 3-0, FM 55-65,
FM 100-17, and AR 600-8-104, standard office
supplies, equipment, assigned personnel, and
transportation and local directives.

Standards:
Performed initial deployment activities to
include verification of section/platoon
roster, recall/alert roster, individual SRP
packets and load plan.

Performance
Steps

1.   Perform
initial deployment activities.

a.
Review soldier readiness
processing (SRP) packets to identify
deployable and non-deployable
soldiers.

b.
Review sections recall
procedures.

c.
Identify any special
items of clothing or equipment the
section needs, based on climate,
location, or local SOP.

d.
Keep soldiers informed:

(1) 
Determine mission.

(2) 
Determine unit movement
plans.

(3) 
Determine requirements
for advance party personnel.

(4) 
Determine
individual/unit equipment layout.

(5) 
Determine security
guidance to include OPSEC and
subversion and espionage directed
against the Army (SAEDA).

e.
Determine equipment
status.

(1) 
Ensure equipment and
vehicle requirements based on the
AOC, such as camouflaging.

(2) 
Ensure requirements to
retrieve equipment and
maintenance.

(3) 
Ensure requirement to
retrieve loaned equipment.

f. 
Determine records
requirements.

(1) 
Ensure records needed
to operate effectively and
efficiently at the new location
accompany the unit.

(2) 
Determine local
requirement.

g.
Determine procedures for
station property.

(1) 
Ensure all TOE
equipment is accounted for
properly with the appropriate
property book officers.

(2) 
Prepare a hand receipt
or annex for station property.

(3) 
Turn in excess POL and
PLL.

(4) 
Turn in or transfer
fixed facilities to a
non-deploying unit.

(5) 
Cancel outstanding
requisitions or give a ship-to
address to the servicing supply
support activity (SSA).

2.   Prepare equipment for deployment:

a.
Maintain current
equipment inventory.

b.
Maintain current load
plans. 
Ensure that these plans are
based on real-world contingencies
and include both programmed and
immediate considerations.

(1) 
Ensure load plans
include current MTOE equipment.

(2) 
Adjust load plans as
MTOE equipment changes.

(3) 
Adjust load plans for
the type of transportation to be
utilized.

(4) 
Adjust load plans for
mission requirements and location
considerations.

(5) 
Maintain current visual
equipment loading layout.

c.
Perform regular and
preventive maintenance checks and
services (PMCS).

d.
Obtain packing/loading
materials.

e.
Load equipment, supplies,
and personnel for movement.

Evaluation
Preparation:

Setup: This
task can be performed in an administrative
environment. Soldiers should be informed to
bring the section/platoon personnel roster,
recall/alert roster, SRP packets, and load
plan. At the test site verify that these
files and documents have been properly
prepared and are accurate and current.

Brief
Soldier:
Inform the soldier that he is
being evaluated on his ability to manage
soldier deployment requirements.

Performance
Measures

GO

NO
GO

1.   Performed initial deployment activities:





a.
Reviewed soldier
readiness processing (SRP) packets
to identify deployable and
non-deployable soldiers.

 


 


b.
Reviewed
and tested section recall
procedures.

 


 


c.
Identified
special items of clothing or
equipment the section needs, based
on climate, location, or local SOP.

 


 


d.
Kept
soldiers informed:

 


 


(1) 
Determined mission.

 


 


(2) 
Determined unit
movement plans.

 


 


(3) 
Determined requirements
for advance party, personnel.

 


 


(4) 
Determined
individual/unit equipment layout.

 


 


(5) 
Determined security
guidance to include OPSEC and
subversion and espionage directed
against the Army (SAEDA).

 


 


e.
Determined
equipment status.

 


 


(1) 
Ensured equipment and
vehicle requirements based on the
AOC, such as camouflaging.

 


 


(2) 
Ensured requirements to
retrieve equipment and
maintenance.

 


 


(3) 
Ensured requirement to
retrieve loaned equipment.

 


 


f. 
Determined record
requirements.

  

 


(1) 
Ensured records needed
to operate effectively and
efficiently at the new location
accompanied the unit.

 


 


(2) 
Determined local
requirement.

 


 


g.
Determined
procedures for station property.

 


 


(1) 
Ensured all TOE
equipment was accounted for
properly with the appropriate
property book officers.

 


 


(2) 
Prepared a hand receipt
or annex for station property.

 


 


(3) 
Turned in excess POL
and PLL.

 


 


(4) 
Turned in or
transferred fixed facilities to a
non-deploying unit.

 


 


(5) 
Counseled outstanding
requisitions or gave a ship-to
address to the servicing supply
support activity (SSA).

 


 


2.   Prepared equipment for deployment:





a.
Maintained current
equipment inventory.

 


 


b.
Maintained current load
plans. 
Ensured these plans were
based on real word contingencies and
included both programmed and
immediate considerations.

 


 


(1) 
Ensured load plans
included current MTOE equipment.

 


 


(2) 
Adjusted load plans as
MTOE equipment changed.

 


 


(3) 
Adjusted load plans for
the type of transportation to be
utilized.

 


 


(4) 
Adjusted load plans for
mission requirements and location
considerations.

 


 


(5) 
Maintained current
visual equipment loading layout.

 


 


c.
Performed
regular and preventive maintenance
checks and services (PMCS)

 


 


d.
Obtained
packing/loading material.

 


 


e.
Loaded
equipment, supplies, and personnel
for movement.

 


 


Evaluation
Guidance:
Score the soldier GO on
performance measures passed. Score the
soldier NO GO on any performance measure
failed. The soldier must score a GO on all
performance measures specified in the
evaluation preparation to receive a GO on
the task. If the soldier scores NO GO, show
the soldier what was wrong.

References

 

Required

Related

 

AR
600-8-104

FM
3-0

 

FM
4-01.011

 

 

FM
100-17

 


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