Patrol Base - Team Nighthawk Platoon Patrol Base Operations...

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Team Nighthawk Platoon Patrol Base Operations
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Primary Training Objective Task: Conduct patrol base operations Conditions: Platoon-size element During hours of limited visibility Wooded and sparsely vegetated terrain Standards: Patrol Base occupied IAW FM 7-8, Chapter 3, Section V. Security operations conducted consistent with METT-TC and FRAGO.
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Day 1 Battle Rhythm 0830-1000: Introduction to SQD STX/Movement to PBs 1000-0430: Patrol Base Classes Link Up Operations/PE Patrol Base Fundamentals/PE Patrol Base Occupation/PE Priorities of Work Classes/PE Range Card and Sector Sketches/PE AAR Squad SOP collective training Day Patrol Base Occupation PE Night Patrol Base Occupation FRAGO Priorities of Work/Rest Plan 0430-0515: Stand-to/prep for Day STX 0530-0600: Link up with STX TE/Commence lanes
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Nighthawk Battle Rhythm 1800-UTC: Complete Lanes Link Up Operations by Squad Receive Mission Troop Leading Procedures Leader’s recon Patrol Base Occupation Priorities of Work AAR Rest Plan 0430: 100% Alert Plan 0530: Link up with STX T/E/Commence lanes
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Day/Night 1 : “What Right Looks Like” • Link Up Ops Occupation of PB • Priorities of Work •Conduct AAR Night 2: Night 1 plus: • Increased threat Priorities of work cont. • R/S Patrols • Alternate P/B • Squad Sector Sketches Cache Re-supply • Emplace Claymore Mine Night 3: Nights 1 and 2 plus: • Increased threat Platoon Sector Sketches •Plan for Indirect Fire Night 4: Night 1,2 and 3: •Fully Cadet Led AAR Night 5: • Prep for movement to FOB • Regimental Control Concept: Additive Night Ops
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Linkup Overview A linkup is a meeting of friendly ground forces. Linkups depend on control, detailed planning, and stealth. Linkup procedures begin as the unit moves to the linkup point. The first squad to the linkup site is responsible for establishing the linkup rally point (LURP). The LURP is approximately 300 meters from the actual linkup point. The LURP is established in the same manner as the ORP, and is the actual location where the entire platoon will consolidate.
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2008 for the course MILS 3100 taught by Professor Mjrivy during the Spring '08 term at University of North Georgia- Dahlonega.

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