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					                   49TH (SSM) FD REGT OPERATIONAL ORDERS OF DRESS

GENERAL

1.       The aim of this instruction is to outline the operational kit that all ranks must have ready for
deployment on operations. All ranks must be in possession of the full entitlement of operational dress,
and all items must be serviceable and marked. It is an individual responsibility to have kit packed for the
appropriate season. The operational order of dress will change automatically, coinciding with the
published seasonal dress in routine orders.

ORDERS OF DRESS – OPERATIONAL

2.      Listed below are the three basic operational orders of dress that 49Th Fd Regt will adhere to.

        a.      fighting order – basic dress, weapon and web gear.

        b.      marching order – fighting order plus rucksack.

        c.      travelling order – marching order plus kitbag.

3.      The three operational orders of dress will coincide with the three primary weather conditions
prevalent in Canada. They are summer, winter (wet, cold conditions) and arctic.

4.      The following kit and packing instruction details the minimum requirements. Individuals may
add items as needed, and leaders are to be aware that this list may be modified as needed to fulfill specific
mission requirements.

FIGHTING ORDER – SUMMER

5.      Carried or worn by the individual.

        a.      helmet – w/cam cover, elastic band (scrim when ordered).
        b.      cbt hat – stored in butt pack when not worn.
        c.      cbt shirt- MCpl and above wear whistle and lanyard on the left shoulder.
        d.      cbt pants.
        e.      cbt boots (may be replaced with jungle or desert boots when ordered).
        f.      socks, grey.
        g.      cbt T-shirt.
        h.      underwear.
        i.      ID disc.
        j.      compass – right breast pocket.
        k.      pen flare projector – as per scale of issue.
        l.      binoculars – as per scale of issue.
        m.      ID card & Geneva Convention card – inside breast pocket.
        n.      fragmentation vest (when issued).

6.      Web Gear.

        a.      Utility Belt.
        b.      Yoke and Hook Strap Assy with two ammo pouches.




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      c.     Utility Pouch. Worn on left side next to ammo pouch.

             (1)     ear plugs.
             (2)     field dressing (#1).
             (3)     triangular bandage.
             (4)     cam stick.
             (5)     BFA.
             (6)     insect repellent.
             (7)     rubber gloves, surgical (when ordered).

      d.     Water Bottle Carrier (1st). Worn on right side between butt pack & ammo pouch

             (1)     water bottle.
             (2)     canteen cup & stove.
             (3)     purification tablets (when issued).

      e.     Bayonet & Carrier. Worn on left between canteen & butt pack.

      f.     Butt Pack. Items to be placed inside plastic bag for protection from elements.

             (1)     rain suit – rolled and secured to top of butt pack by bungie cord.
             (2)     grey socks.
             (3)     cbt gloves (old type).
             (4)     cbt hat (when not worn).
             (5)     field dressing (#2).
             (6)     gortex socks (optional).
             (7)     foot powder.
             (8)     1 x ration (when issued).
             (9)     ammo (when issued).
             (10)    IV (when issued).
             (11)    C7 iron sight (when issued) – may also be attached to upper receiver of C7/ C9,
                     fwd of scope.

      g.     Water Bottle Carrier (2nd). Worn on left side between bayonet & utility pouch.

             Water bottle only.

      h.     Gerber / KFS. May be worn in carrier on right side between water bottle & ammo pouch.

7.    Load Bearing Vest. (when issued)

      a.     magazines X 4.
      b.     field dressing (#1) – left front pocket.
      c.     rubber gloves, surgical – left side pocket.
      d.     ear plugs – left side pocket.
      e.     cbt gloves (old type) – left side pocket.
      f.     field dressing (#2) – right front pocket.
      g.     2qt water bottle – right side pocket.
      h.     bayonet & scabbard – front, inverted
      i.     rain suit – lower back pouch.




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8.     Carrier, Mask Protective. Worn slung on left side.

       a.      mask w/ canister.
       b.      two packages of chemical agent detector paper.
       c.      two decontamination lotion packets.
       d.      vapour detector.
       e.      canister plugs.
       f.      range card.
       g.      spare canister (when ordered).

9.     Personal Weapon.

       a.      Rifle C7 w/ Scope.

               (1)     iron sight may be attached fwd of scope.
               (2)     individual cleaning kit in butt.
               (3)     sling on weapon (wpns equipped w/M203’s will NOT have sling attached).

       b.      LMG C9 w/ Scope.

               (1)     iron sight may be attached fwd of scope.
               (2)     individual cleaning kit in handguard.
               (3)     spare barrel in barrel bag, slung.
               (4)     sect cleaning kit worn on web belt on right side between canteen & ammo pouch.
               (5)     box mag pouch secured on right side of utility belt in place of C7 ammo pouch.

       c.      Pistol 9mm.

               Worn on right side of utility belt.

MARCHING ORDER – SUMMER

10.    Fighting Order (summer). As detailed previously.

11.     Rucksack. C2 type (jump) rucksack only authorized for personnel employed in hard Para
positions. Remainder to utilize the 82-pattern rucksack.

       a.      Right, Left, and Centre Pockets.

               (1)     ammo.
               (2)     rations.

       b.      Main Compartment.

               (1)     polar fleece top (optional).
               (2)     cbt shirt.
               (3)     cbt pants.
               (4)     cbt T-shirt.
               (5)     socks, grey, 2pr.
               (6)     underwear.
               (7)     boot laces, 1pr.
               (8)     50ft 550 cord.


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              (9)     2 x snap links & sash cord.
              (10)    plastic plate, cup & KFS.
              (11)    2qt water bottle w/carrier secured to side.
              (12)    entrenching tool w/carrier secured to side
              (13)    flashlight.

      c.      Sleeping Bag Carrier.

              (1)     sleeping bag inner w/ liner.
              (2)     utility sheet or poncho .
              (3)     towel, hand.
              (4)     poncho liner.
              (5)     bivi bag.
              (6)     insect bar.
              (7)     shaving kit.
              (8)     carrier, mask protective (when ordered & not slung).

      d.      Therma Rest Mattress – secured between cargo main compartment and sleeping bag
              carrier.

TRAVELLING ORDER – SUMMER

12.   Marching Order (Summer).

13.   Kit Bag.

      a.      cbt shirt x 1.
      b.      cbt pants, 1 pr.
      c.      cbt jacket.
      d.      cbt boots, 1 pr.
      e.      towel, bath x 1.
      f.      socks, grey, 2 pr.
      g.      underwear x 2.
      h.      cbt T-shirt x 2.
      i.      laundry bag x 2.
      j.      fleece top (if not packed in rucksack).
      k.      PELS (Para).
      l.      beret w/cap badge.
      m.      PT kit w/ swim trunks.
      n.      boot cleaning kit.
      o.      sewing kit.
      p.      lock.
      q.      shower slippers (optional).

FIGHTING ORDER – WINTER

14.   Carried or worn by the individual.

      a.      helmet w/cam cover & elastic band (white cam cover when ordered).
      b.      green toque – stored in butt pack when not worn.
      c.      cbt shirt.
      d.      wind pants.


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      e.    cbt jacket.
      f.    cbt scarf – stored in rucksack when not worn.
      g.    cbt gloves (new type).
      h.    mukluks, complete.
      i.    socks, grey.
      j.    cbt T-shirt (thermal top optional).
      k.    underwear (thermal bottom optional).
      l.    ID disc.
      m.    compass (right breast pocket of jacket).
      n.    pencil flare projector.
      o.    binoculars – as per scale of issue.

15.   Web Gear.

      a.    Utility Belt.
      b.    Yoke Strap Assy with two ammo pouches.
      c.    Utility Pouch.

            (1)     ear plugs.
            (2)     field dressing (#1).
            (3)     triangular bandage.
            (4)     cam stick.
            (5)     BFA.
            (6)     rubber gloves, surgical (when ordered).

      d.    Water Bottle Carrier (1st) – worn on right side between butt pack & ammo pouch.

            (1)     water bottle.
            (2)     canteen cup & stove.
            (3)     purification tablets (when issued).

      e.    Bayonet & Carrier – worn on left between utility pouch and butt pack.

      f.    Butt Pack (items to be placed inside plastic bag for protection from elements).

            (1)     rain suit – rolled and secured to top of butt pack by bungie cord.
            (2)     grey socks.
            (3)     cbt gloves (old type).
            (4)     field dressing (#2).
            (5)     foot powder.
            (6)     1 x ration (when issued).
            (7)     ammo (when issued).
            (8)     C7 iron sight (when issued).

      g.    Water Bottle Carrier (2nd) – worn on left side between butt pack & utility pouch.

            Thermos only.

      h.    Gerber – may be worn in carrier on right side between water bottle carrier & ammo
            pouch.




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16.     Carrier Mask Protective. Worn slung on left side.

        a.      mask w/ canister.
        b.      two packages of chemical agent detector paper.
        c.      two decontamination lotion packets.
        d.      vapour detector.
        e.      canister plugs.
        f.      range card.
        g.      spare canister (when ordered).

17.     Personal Weapon.

        As per summer fighting order.

MARCHING ORDER – WINTER

18.     Fighting Order (winter). As detailed previously.

19.     Rucksack. White cam cover rolled & secured to top of frame – C2 type (jump) rucksack only
authorized for personnel employed in hard Para positions. Remainder to utilize the 82-pattern rucksack.

        a.      Right, Left, & Centre Pockets.

                (1)     ammo.
                (2)     rations.
                (3)     white toque.
                (4)     camouflage whites, top & bottom.
                (5)     white helmet cam cover if not already on helmet.

        b.      Main Compartment.

                (1)     cbt shirt.
                (2)     cbt pants.
                (3)     polar fleece top.
                (4)     cbt T-shirt.
                (5)     underwear.
                (6)     thermal underwear top & bottom.
                (7)     socks, grey, 2pr.
                (8)     spare duffle socks, mesh & felt insoles.
                (9)     50 ft of 550 cord.
                (10)    2 x snap links & sash cord.
                (11)    plastic plate, cup & KFS.
                (12)    2-qt water bottle w/carrier secured to side.
                (13)    entrenching tool w/carrier secured to side.
                (14)    flashlight.

        c.      Sleeping Bag Carrier.

                (1)     sleeping bag complete.
                (2)     bivi bag.
                (3)     shaving kit.


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                (4)     towel, hand.
                (5)     utility sheet or poncho.

        d.      Therma Rest Mattress secured between cargo main compartment and sleeping bag
                carrier.

TRAVELLING ORDER – WINTER

20.     Marching Order (Winter).

21.     Kit Bag.

        a.      parka, complete.
        b.      gortex boots or cbt boots & overboots.
        c.      polar fleece top (2nd).
        d.      polar fleece bottoms x 1.
        e.      thermal underwear top & bottom (if available).
        f.      contact gloves.
        g.      mitts, trigger finger.
        h.      cbt shirt.
        i.      cbt pants.
        j.      cbt T-shirt.
        k.      socks, grey x 2pr.
        l.      underwear x 2.
        m.      towel, bath.
        n.      PELS (Para).
        o.      PT kit.
        p.      laundry bag x 2.
        q.      boot cleaning kit.
        r.      sewing kit.
        s.      lock.
        t.      beret w/cap badge.
        u.      shower slippers (optional).

FIGHTING ORDER – ARCTIC

22.      General. Fighting under arctic conditions will be difficult at best. There is a requirement to wear
loose fitting clothing in layers for insulation. There is also the need to ventilate on the move. Because of
these requirements web gear will not be worn.

23.     Carried or worn by the individual.

        a.      helmet w/ white cam cover.
        b.      white toque – stored in windpants thigh pocket when not worn.
        c.      parka complete w/ hood.
        d.      cbt scarf.
        e.      thermal underwear; top & bottom.
        f.      polar fleece top & bottom.
        g.      windpants.
        h.      cbt gloves (new type).
        i.      arctic mitts/mitts trigger finger in respective lower parka pockets, attached w/safety cord.
        j.      mukluks complete.


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      k.      camouflage whites (when ordered).
      l.      sunglasses (stored in upper left parka pocket).
      m.      compass (stored in upper right parka pocket)

24.   Web Gear. As stated, will not be worn. The items listed below will be carried instead.

      a.      two magazines carried in each of the lower parka pockets.
      b.      carrier, mask protective slung over the right shoulder.
      c.      bayonet & scabbard affixed to the respirator sling by the bayonet holder, behind the gas
              mask carrier.
      d.      gerber will be affixed to the windpants with a cord and carried in either the left or right
              pocket of the windpants.

25.   Personal Weapon.

      a.      as per summer fighting order.
      b.      graphite, in addition to CLP, to be stored in cleaning kit (when issued).

MARCHING ORDER – ARCTIC

26.   Fighting Order (Arctic). As detailed previously.

27.   Rucksack.

      a.      Right, Left and Centre Pockets.

              (1)     ammo.
              (2)     rations.
              (3)     cam whites (if not worn).
              (4)     contact gloves.

      b.      Main Compartment.

              (1)     polar fleece top & bottom.
              (2)     thermal underwear top & bottom.
              (3)     socks, grey, 2pr.
              (4)     duffel socks, 1pr.
              (5)     mukluk mesh & felt insoles, 1pr ea.
              (6)     arctic slippers.
              (7)     arctic candle.
              (8)     flashlight.

      c.      Sleeping Bag Carrier.

              (1)     sleeping bag complete.
              (2)     utility sheet or poncho.
              (3)     towel, hand.
              (4)     shaving kit.

      d.      Snowshoes (secured to frame when not worn)




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TRAVELLING ORDER - ARCTIC

28.   Marching Order (Arctic).

29.   Kitbag.

      a.        cbt shirt x 1.
      b.        cbt pants x 1.
      c.        cbt jacket.
      d.        gortex boots or cbt boots & overboots, 1pr.
      e.        remainder of web gear.
      f.        arctic coveralls. socks, grey, 2pr.
      g.        laundry bag x 2.
      h.        boot cleaning kit.
      i.        towel, bath.
      j.        beret w/ cap badge.
      k.        underwear, 2pr.




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