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Skill Levels 2-4

» 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.

» 159-200-2020 (SL4) – Integrate Threat Capabilities into Mission Planning.
Standards: Correctly identified global threats to the United States and its forces. Correctly identified threat capabilities for the specific tactical and operational situation. Integrated threat capabilities into all courses of action (COA) analysis and mission planning.

» 551-88M-0001 (SL3) – Lead a Convoy Serial/March Unit
Standards: Planned and conducted a motor transport convoy over a designated route that enabled the convoy to reach the SP and RP at the times prescribed in the convoy clearance. The convoy arrived safely at its destination with minimum loss or damage to vehicles, equipment, physical surroundings, or personnel.

» 224-176-2426 (SL2) – Enforce Compliance with Media Ground Rules
Standards: Identified the steps for enforcing media ground rules.

» 091-CLT-4029 (SL2) – Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services
Standards: Ensured maintenance status of assigned equipment was reported and personnel were trained in the proper procedures for conducting preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS) and in accordance with the appropriate references.

» 071-326-5704 (SL2) – Supervise Construction of a Fighting Position
Standards: Ensured that the initial preparation was accomplished for each fighting position and that the completed position provided cover, concealment, and fields of fire.

» 805C-PAD-2145 (SL2) – Counsel a Soldier on the Contents of a Noncommissioned Officer Evaluation Report and NCOER Checklist
Standards: Conducted initial performance counseling within 30 days of the NCO’s assignment, conducted quarterly performance counseling thereafter, or as performance warranted. Maintained counseling record on DA Form 2166?8-1.

» 071-326-0608 (SL2) – Use Visual Signaling Techniques
Standards: Gave the proper procedures for each required action.

» 031-503-3004 (SL2) – Supervise the Crossing of a Contaminated Area
Standards: Supervised a unit crossing or passing through a nuclear, biological, or chemical contaminated area without producing additional casualties or spreading contamination.

» 151-357-0002 (SL4) – Coordinate Combat Service Support (CSS) Operations
Standards: Prioritized support requirements, identified logistical capabilities (including medical), determined logistical planning considerations, and listed the roles and responsibilities of assigned personnel. These duties were performed in accordance with established directives, current doctrine, and local SOP and applied to Force XXI and AOE.

» 071-720-0015 (SL3) – Conduct an Area Reconnaissance by a Platoon
Standards: Satisfactorily performed the following within the time specified by the commander: 1. Organized the platoon into the command, reconnaissance, and security elements needed to accomplish the mission. 2. Conducted a reconnaissance using the surveillance or vantage-point method. 3. Obtained and reported information about the terrain and enemy within the specified area. 4. Entered and left the target area without being detected by the enemy.

» 071-329-1019 (SL2) – Use a Map Overlay
Standards: Positioned overlay correctly on the map and identified all graphic symbols and information on the overlay.

» 101-92Y-0003 (SL2) – Enforce Compliance with Supply Discipline Procedures
Standards: Enforced the CSDP in accordance with AR 710-2 and AR 735-5.

» 081-831-0101 (SL2) – Request Medical Evacuation
Standards: Transmitted a MEDEVAC request, providing all necessary information within 25 seconds. Transmitted, as a minimum, line numbers 1 through 5 during the initial contact with the evacuation unit. Transmitted lines 6 through 9 while the aircraft or vehicle was en route, if not included during initial contact.

» 071-410-0012 (SL3) – Conduct Occupation of an Assembly Area
Standards: Moved unit to the location specified in the company order. Ensured preparation of the assigned sector was completed in the time specified in the order. Positioned elements, weapons, and observation posts in a manner that supported the company plan for occupation of the assembly area.

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