Standards: Established personnel accountability. Provided soldiers with health and welfare items, initial area orientations, and special orders (if required.) Verified soldier qualification, assigned soldiers to duty positions, informed commander, and conducted initial counseling.
Given a section/platoon, newly assigned
soldiers, and local policy.
Established personnel accountability.
Provided soldiers with health and welfare
items, initial area orientations, and
special orders (if required.) Verified
soldier qualification, assigned soldiers to
duty positions, informed commander, and
conducted initial counseling.
1.Receive new soldiers.
a. Establish accountability.
b. Provide health and
c. Provide initial required
area orientations and special
2.Verify soldiers’ qualifications and equipment.
3.Determine duty assignments.
a. Notify commander.
b. Notify soldiers.
4.Provide initial counseling.
5.Update personnel accountability.
Provide soldier with a scenario with
sufficient information to accomplish
performance steps. Provide soldier with a
section/platoon battle roster that indicates
MOS, grades and filled/vacant positions,
paper and pencils. Scenario should provide
local requirements for personnel accounting,
health and welfare items, and area
orientations. Have the soldier list the
actions/items he would do or provide to
integrate newly assigned soldiers.
Soldier: Inform the soldier that he will
be tested on his ability to receive and
integrate new soldiers into the
section/platoon. Tell the soldier he will
list the actions/items necessary to properly
integrate newly assigned soldiers.
1.Received new soldiers.
health and welfare items.
initial area orientations and
2.Verified soldiers’ qualifications and equipment.
3.Determined duty assignments.
a. Notified commander.
4.Updated personnel accountability.
Guidance: Score the soldier GO if all
performance measures are passed. Score the
soldier NO GO if any performance measure is
failed. Soldier must score GO on all
performance measures to receive a GO. If the
soldier scores NO GO, show what was done
wrong and how to do it correctly.
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