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Unformatted text preview: contact with the skin, inhalation of smoke from burning vegetation, or through ingestion. Figure B-1. Sample principal assessment (continued) 30 November 2010 TC 18-01 B-5 Appendix C Sample Training Program of Instruction for Resistance Forces The master training program for the 10-day and 30-day leadership schools provide indigenous leaders and potential leaders with general knowledge of the subjects to teach subordinate personnel. Trainers place the primary emphasis on the role of the leader or commander in preparing leaders to supervise the activities of their subordinates. Trainers assume that most individuals in leadership positions have prior military service. Attendees should already possess a basic knowledge of the subjects the trainers will cover. EXAMPLE OF A 30-DAY LEADERSHIP COURSE C-1. Figure C-1, pages C-1 and C-2, is an example of a 30-day master training program that leaders may use as a basis for preparing individual master training programs for each indigenous unit. Master Training Program, 30-Day Leadership Course Subject Hours Scope Map Reading and Compass Field Aid, Field Sanitation, and Survival Individual Tactical Training (Day and Night) Small-Unit Tactics, Raids, Patrols, and Ambushes (Day and Night) Day Map reading, map orientation with compass, self-location, azimuth determination, and compass use at day and night. Basic wound treatment, infection prevention, simple bandaging, pressure points, shock prevention, splint placement, litter construction and use, field sanitation measures with water supply, waste disposal, and personal hygiene. Camouflage; cover; concealment; movement; observation; reporting; discipline; sounds; hand-to-hand combat; combat formations and night movement; night camouflage; preparation of equipment and clothing; night visions, sounds, and observation; night security and formations; message writing; immediate action drills; and security of operational bases. Planning; organization; preparation; formations; commands; control; security; communications; patrol reporting; objectives; target selection; raid force organization; reconnaissance and intelligence planning; raid preparation, movement...
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