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Skill Levels 2-4

» 031-503-3005 (SL2) – Submit an NBC 1 Report
Standards: Submitted the NBC 1 report with the required information. Completed and submitted a spot report (SPOTREP) to give an immediate attack notification.

» 805C-PAD-3238 (SL3) – Enforce the Equal Opportunity Program
Standards: Demonstrated personal behavior and leadership consistent with the EO and sexual harassment policies. Enforced compliance with the Army EO, sexual harassment, and the Army extremist activities policies.

» 031-503-3010 (SL2) – Supervise the Employment of Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Markers
Standards: Supervised the employment of NBC markers. Ensured that the appropriate marker was selected, the required information was recorded on the marker, and the marker was properly emplaced. There is no change in standards if this task is performed in MOPP 4.

» 805C-PAD-4597 (SL4) – Integrate Newly Assigned Soldiers
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.

» 805C-PAD-2146 (SL2) – Prepare the Rater’s Portion of a Noncommissioned Officer Evaluation Report
Standards: Completed all elements of the rater’s portion of the NCOER without error.

» 071-420-0021 (SL3) – Conduct a Movement to Contact by a Platoon
Standards: Developed a plan that included objectives, routes, key terrain, fire support, formations, and other required control measures. Included in the preparations the cleaning and test firing of weapons, maintenance of vehicles and equipment, and the resupply of ammunition or needed equipment. Made contact with the threat with the smallest possible element. Developed the situation by controlling movement and fires. Submitted situation reports as required.

» 191-379-4408 (SL4) – Plan Security for a Command Post (CP)
Standards: Developed a security plan that included all required elements to detect the enemy and to defend the CP before the enemy could move within direct-fire range.

» 191-379-4450 (SL3) – Supervise Handling of Enemy Personnel and Equipment at Squad Level
Standards: Ensured soldiers searched, segregated, silenced, speeded, safeguarded, and tagged (5 Ss and T) EPWs according to FM 3-19.40.

» 301-371-1052 (SL3) – Protect Classified Information and Material
Standards: Safeguarded classified information and material to prevent unauthorized disclosure 100 percent of the time.

» 061-283-6003 (SL2) – Adjust Indirect Fire
Standards: Determined the target location to within 250 meters of its actual location. The initial call for fire was made within 3 minutes after the target was identified. Adjustments were sent within 45 seconds after each round impacted. Observer entered the fire-for-effect phase using no more than six rounds (initial round plus five for adjustment). Fire for effect was within 50 meters of the target using successive bracketing procedures (or creeping fire if danger close).

» 191-379-4407 (SL3) – Plan Convoy Security Operations
Standards: Developed a plan that included all required considerations for the specific mission, coordinated with appropriate units for required support, ensured that necessary equipment and supplies were available and operational, and prepared briefings for the security personnel on the mission and assigned specific duties. Ensured that 360-degree security was maintained from the point of origin to destination when escorting special weapons.

» 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.

» 031-503-3002 (SL2) – Conduct Unmasking Procedures
Standards: Conducted unmasking procedures without incurring casualties.

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