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Identify requirements to supervise operational decontamination procedures

 

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Terminal Learning Objective (cont.)

CONDITIONS:

Given a simulation describing a contaminated unit, platoon or equivalent sized element (at MOPP4 for chemical or biological contamination) with degraded combat effectiveness and/or MOPP gear that is in danger of being penetrated by contamination, replacement MOPP gear for each soldier, organic equipment, NBC detection equipment, pioneer tools, vehicles and/or aircraft, contaminated equipment, contaminated unit support personnel, decontamination unit support, a pencil, paper, and unit SOP.

Terminal Learning Objective (cont.)

STANDARD:

Identify the steps to: (a) Coordinate with support personnel and obtain the required supplies, equipment, and support. (b) Move a unit to the decontamination site for proper setup of the vehicle washdown and MOPP gear exchange sites. (c) Operate a vehicle washdown site. (d) Operate the MOPP gear exchange site. (e) Account for personnel and continue the mission.

Learning Objective A

ACTIONS:

Identify the requirements to conduct the preparation phase of operational decontamination.

Learning Objective A (cont.)

CONDITIONS:

Given a simulation describing a contaminated unit, platoon or equivalent sized element
(at MOPP 4 for chemical or biological contamination) with degraded combat effectiveness and/or MOPP gear that is in danger of being penetrated by contamination, organic equipment, NBC detection equipment, contaminated vehicles and equipment, contaminated unit support personnel, decontamination unit support, and unit SOP.

Learning Objective A (cont.)

STANDARD:

Identify the following requirements for: Coordination, site selection, rendezvous, and site setup.

Learning Objective B

ACTION:

Identify the requirements to conduct the execution phase of operational decontamination.

Learning Objective B (cont.)

CONDITIONS:

Given a simulation describing a contaminated unit, platoon or equivalent sized element
(at MOPP 4 for chemical or biological contamination) with degraded combat effectiveness and/or MOPP gear that is in danger of being penetrated by contamination, NBC detection equipment, contaminated vehicles and equipment, contaminated unit support personnel, decontamination unit support, and unit SOP.

Learning Objective B (cont.)

STANDARD:

Identify both the supported and unsupported requirements and the requirements for individual decontamination.

Learning Objective C

ACTION:

Identify the requirements to conduct site clearance phase of operational decontamination including marking and reporting.

Learning Objective C (cont.)

CONDITIONS:

Given a simulation describing a contaminated unit, platoon or equivalent sized element (at MOPP 4 for chemical or biological contamination) with degraded combat effectiveness and/or MOPP gear that is in danger of being penetrated by contamination, replacement MOPP gear for each soldier, organic equipment, NBC detection equipment, pioneer tools, vehicles and/or aircraft, contaminated equipment, contaminated unit support personnel, decontamination unit support, and unit SOP.

Learning Objective C (cont.)

STANDARD:

Identify the requirements for the site clearance phase of operational decon including marking and reporting.


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