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MSL202_L4a_Intro_to_Patrolling_slides - MSL 202, Lesson 4a:...

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Rev. July 2007 Slide 1 of 42 MSL 202, Lesson 4a: Introduction to Patrolling Introduction to Patrolling
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Rev. July 2007 Slide 2 of 42 MSL 202, Lesson 4a: Introduction to Patrolling Patrol A patrol is a detachment sent out by a larger unit to conduct a specific mission.
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Rev. July 2007 Slide 3 of 42 MSL 202, Lesson 4a: Introduction to Patrolling Types of Patrols Combat Patrols Patrols that depart the main body with the clear intent to make direct contact with the enemy. Reconnaissance Patrols Patrols that depart the main body with the intention of avoiding direct combat with the enemy while seeing out information or confirming the accuracy of previously-gathered information .
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Rev. July 2007 Slide 4 of 42 MSL 202, Lesson 4a: Introduction to Patrolling Patrol Organization Specific tasks of a patrol Secure itself, navigate accurately ID and cross danger area/rally points Reconnoiter the patrol objective Breach, support, or assault Task elements IAW estimate of the situation Identify tasks to perform Identify which elements will perform them Maintain squad and fire team integrity Carefully plan to ensure identified and required tasks are assigned in most efficient way
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Rev. July 2007 Slide 5 of 42 MSL 202, Lesson 4a: Introduction to Patrolling Elements Common to Patrols Headquarters Element Aid and Litter Team Enemy Prisoner of War Team Surveillance Team En Route Recorder Compass Man Pace Man
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Rev. July 2007 Slide 6 of 42 MSL 202, Lesson 4a: Introduction to Patrolling TROOP LEADING PROCEDURES RECEIVE THE MISSION ISSUE WARNING ORDER MAKE TENTATIVE PLAN START NECESSARY MOVEMENT RECONNOITER COMPLETE THE PLAN ISSUE ORDER SUPERVISE BACKWARDS PLANNING
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Rev. July 2007 Slide 7 of 42 MSL 202, Lesson 4a: Introduction to Patrolling Planning Requirements Terrain Analysis Routes Enemy and Friendly Situation Departure/Reentry FFU Conduct Rehearsals Signals Coordination with Other Units
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Rev. July 2007 Slide 8 of 42 MSL 202, Lesson 4a: Introduction to Patrolling Completion of the Plan Terrain Analysis – OAKOC Essential and supporting tasks Key travel and execution times Primary and alternate routes Signals Challenge and password forward of friendly enemy lines Location of leaders Actions on enemy contact Contingency plans
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Rev. July 2007 Slide 9 of 42 MSL 202, Lesson 4a: Introduction to Patrolling Departure from Friendly Lines Coordination Platoon leader Forward unit leader Additional terrain information Known or suspected enemy positions Likely enemy ambush sites Latest enemy activity Detailed info on friendly positions and obstacle locations Friendly unit fire plan Support
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Rev. July 2007 Slide 10 of 42 MSL 202, Lesson 4a: Introduction to Patrolling Departure from Friendly Lines -cont- Planning Making contact with friendly guides at the
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