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Other Common Tasks

» 191-376-5140 – Search a Vehicle for Explosive Devices or Prohibited Items at an Installation Access Control Point
Search the undercarriage and the exterior and interior of a vehicle, and find any explosive devices or prohibited items present

» 551-721-3348 – Perform Duties of a Serial March Unit Commander
Standards: You must enforce correct communication and driving procedures to prevent damage to vehicles, equipment, or physical surroundings, and without causing injury to personnel.

» 093-401-5050 – React to a Possible Improvised Explosive Device (IED)
Standard: Properly establish initial exclusion area, security, and report “Possible Improvised Explosive Device (IED)” to Higher HQ with 100% accuracy.

» 031-503-1040 – Protect Yourself From NBC Injury/Contamination With Joint Service Lightweight Integrated Suit Technology (JSLIST) Chemical Protective Ensemble
Protect yourself from NBC injury/contamination with JSLIST chemical protective ensemble by achieving mission-oriented protective posture (MOPP)4 within 8 minutes, performing all steps in sequence, and returning to MOPP0 when ordered

» 191-376-5141 – Search a Commercial Vehicle for Explosive Devices or Prohibited Items at an Installation Access Control Point
Search the commercial vehicle, and find any explosive devices or prohibited items present

» 052-192-1269 – Detect Explosive-Hazard Indicators by Visual Means
Visually detect all explosive-hazard indicators in the prescribed area without causing injury to personnel or damage to equipment. Notify the immediate supervisor of any suspected indicators

» 031-503-1042 – Protect Yourself From NBC Injury/Contamination When Changing Mission Oriented Protective Posture Using Joint Service Lightweight Integrated Suit Technology (JSLIST)
Protect yourself from NBC injury/contamination when changing MOPP using JSLIST. Decontaminate individual gear and equipment without spreading contamination onto the skin or undergarments. Set uncontaminated gear aside on an uncontaminated surface. Change overgarments, overboots, and gloves without spreading contamination to the uncontaminated set of MOPP gear. Change MOPP gear without either yourself or your buddy becoming a casualty

» 191-378-5315 – Supervise an Installation Access Control Point
[Restricted] Supervise an installation access control point according to the local SOP, AR 190-13, and AR 525-13

» 171-300-0011 – Employ Progressive Levels of Individual Force When Confronting Civilians
Assessed the situation and, if possible, reported it immediately to your section/team leader. Isolated hostile civilians and used no more force than was necessary to control the situation.

» 171-300-0016 – Conduct a Presence Patrol
Conducted a presence patrol so that the military presence of US troops is projected, and all appropriate human intelligence (HUMINT) information is gathered and the commander’s intent is met. Interaction with local or foreign civilians, law enforcement, governmental officials or military is conducted in a manner that did not incite aggression against US forces or our allies. Maintained force protection, as appropriate, for the threat situation. Conducted actions on contact. Maintained situational awareness by monitoring FM communications and/or the FBCB2/IVIS

» 191-376-5151 – Control Access to a Military Installation
Prevent unauthorized personnel, packages, and/or vehicles from entering the installation

» 171-137-0001 – Search Vehicles in a Tactical Environment
Standards: Stopped the vehicle and informed the occupants of the reason for the search. Identified the occupants by looking at their driver’s licenses or identification cards (ID). Searched the vehicle, inside and out , following a sequenced search pattern. Released the vehicle to the driver, if prohibited items were not found. Apprehended the offender if prohibited items were found; and notified your supervisor.

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