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									    PREPARE A STRIP MAP
      (CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING ELEMENTS)

• START & RELEASE      • NORTH
  POINTS                 ORIENTATION
• ROUTE NUMBERS        • CRITICAL POINTS
• DISTANCE             • TOTAL DISTANCE
  BETWEEN POINTS       • TOWN NAMES
• THE PHRASE, “NOT
  TO SCALE”



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        DISTANCE

 CP #A TO CP #B = 55 MILES
 CP #B TO CP #C = 15 MILES
 CP #C TO CP #D = 20 MILES
  CP #D TO RP = 13 MILES
TOTAL DISTANCE = 103 MILES


    SP = START POINT
    CP = CHECK POINT
   RP = RELEASE POINT




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  REQUEST CONVOY CLEARANCE
               (ADMINISTRATIVE)

OP/MVNT ORDER                         OP/MVNT ORDER

                   4 COPIES               STRIP MAP
   STRIP MAP
                   10 DAYS PRIOR TO
                   DATE OF MOVEMENT
   DD FORM 1265                           DD FORM 1265
      BN S-3                                  ITO

                     STRIP MAP

                    DD FORM 1265
                         UNIT
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                   __________________________
                         ( Classification )


                   (Change from oral orders, if any)

                                     Copy _______ of _______ copies
                                     Issuing headquarters
                                     Place of issue (may be in code)
                                     Date-time group of signature
                                     Message reference number


ROAD MOVEMENT ORDER NO ___________
(OR: ANNEX___(ROAD MOVEMENT) to OPERATION ORDER NO
_______)
References: Maps, tables, and other relevant documents.
Time zone used throughout the order: ________.
Task organization: _____________.

1. SITUATION

a. Enemy Forces.

b. Friendly Forces.

c. Attachments and Detachments.

2. MISSION




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3. EXECUTION

    a. Concept of Movement.

    b. Tasks of Subordinate Unit.

    c. Detailed Timings.

    d. Coordinatng Instructions.

     (1) Order of march.                      (7) Start, release, or other critical points.

     (2) Routes.                              (8) Convoy control.

     (3) Density                              (9) Harbor areas.1

     (4) Speed.                               (10) Halts.

     (5) Method of movement.                  (11) Lighting.

     (6) Defense for move.                    (12) Air support.

    e. Other (as necessary).
1
  A harbor ia a space set aside for normal halts, traffic control, and emergency congestion relief.
Harbor areas are used --
        To hold vehicles at both ends of a crossing or defile.
        To make changes in density, especially at first or last light.
        To contain spillovers in serious delays (likely to be caused by enemy air attack or its
results).
        To allow columns to rest and carry out maintenance and decontamination.
        To allow elements to change position in column if there is a change in priorities.
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4. SERVICE SUPPORT

 a. Traffic Control.

 b. Recovery.

 c. Medical.

 d. Petroleum, Oil, and Lubricants.

 e. Water.


5. COMMAND AND SIGNAL

 a. Commanders.

 b. Communications.

 c. Position of Key Vehicles.

Acknowledgement instructions.
                                      _____________________

                                      Last name of commander
                                           Rank


Authentication:
Appendixes:
Distribution:

                       __________________
                          (Classification)
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                CONVOY
            DRIVER BRIEFING
 • SITUATION               • MISSION
    – FRIENDLY FORCES         – TYPE OF CARGO
    – SUPPORT UNITS           – ORIGIN
    – ENEMY SITUATION         – DESTINATION
                       EXECUTION

GENERAL ORGANIZATION         EMERGENCY MEASURES
OF CONVOY
TIME SCHEDULE                 ACCIDENTS
ROUTES                        BREAKDOWNS
CONVOY SPEED                  SEPARATION FROM CONVOY
CATCH-UP SPEED                AMBUSH
VEHICLE DISTANCE                                  VIEWGRAPH # 8
                   CONVOY
               DRIVER BRIEFING
           • COMMAND AND SIGNAL
–   LOCATION OF CONVOY COMMANDER        DESIGNATION OF ASSISTANT
–   ACTION OF SECURITY FORCE CDR        ARM AND HAND SIGNAL
–   SERIAL COMMANDER’S RESPONSIBILITY   OTHER PREARRANGED
–   RADIO FREQUENCIES AND CALL SIGNS    SIGNALS


    SERVICE SUPPORT                     SAFETY
–   CONTROL OF PERSONNEL                ROUTE HAZARDS
–   BILLETING & MESSING                 WEATHER CONDITIONS
–   REFUELING OF VEHICLES               DEFENSIVE DRIVING
–   SERVICING OF VEHICLES


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Predeparture Checks and Duties
Supervise Before Operations PMCS

Predeparture Steps

a. Line-up of Vehicles             f. Check Cargo

b. Vehicles Properly Marked        g. Brief Drivers

c. Select Pacesetter               h. Give signal/order to
                                      start engines
d. Check weapons/vehicles
                                   I. Give signal/order to
e. Sandbags                           move out        VIEWGRAPH #10
          Enforce Correct Procedures
          While Enroute and at Halts
                          Driving Enroute

a. Signals and Orders

b. Prompt Relaying

c. Strict obedience to all traffic regulations, and command personnel

d. Cover, camouflage, dispersion, radio silence, blackout , and other
protective measures for enemy attack

e. Correct speeds, distances, and proper positions within the column
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  Enforce Correct Procedures
While Enroute and at Halts(cont.)
            Checks or Duties at Halts

a.   Inform drivers of details at halts
b.   Control activities of the drivers
c.   Perform During-operational checks
d.   Security of loads
e.   Police the area before moving out
f.   Signal/order to reform and start engines
g.   Signal/order to move out
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Checks and Duties at the RP
a. Update drivers (additional orders/instructions)

b. Perform After-Operation Checks

c. Recommend Disciplinary Action

d. Dismiss Drivers




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             SUMMARY
•   DETERMINE REQUIREMENTS
•   ROUTE RECONNAISSANCE
•   STRIP MAP
•   CONVOY CLEARANCE
    – ADMINISTRATIVE
    – TACTICAL



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      SUMMARY (cont.)
• PLAN CONVOY ORGANIZATION AND
  CONTROL
• PREPARE MOVEMENT ORDER
• PREPARE DRIVERS
• SCHEDULE/PREPARE CONVOY BRIEF
• SUPERVISE PMCS
• PREDEPARTURE STEPS

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      SUMMARY (cont.)
• ENFORCE DRIVING
• CHECKS/DUTIES AT HALTS
• CHECKS/DUTIES AT RELEASE POINT




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