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“STEEL TIGERS”
                                                                   PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT


        LEADER‟S
                         AUTHORITY: Title 5, Section 3012; Title 10, USC, E.O. 9397
                         PRINCIPAL PURPOSES: To permit the Chain of Command to maintain information and records vital to the soldier
                         and necessary to the Chain of Command in case of emergencies.
       BOOK INDEX        ROUTINE USES: To update information required by the military for daily purposes. Information furnished may be
                         disclosed to DOD officials who need this information to perform their duties; the American Red Cross; and relatives.
                         The SSN is used for positive identification.
                         DISCLOSURE: Voluntary. Disclosure of SSN is voluntary.



PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT                  SOLDIER PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
BIOGRAPHY                     The personnel listed below authorize ________________to maintain
ARMY VALUES                   their SSN and personal information in his/her Leader’s Book with the
                              understanding that this information will not be disclosed except in the
CHAIN OF COMMAND              line of his/her official duties.
NCO SUPPORT CHANNEL           NAME                              SSN                     SIGNATURE                            DATE
CODE OF CONDUCT
NCO CREED
ARMY SONG
BIG RED ONE SONG
UNIT HISTORY

CHAPTERS

1. PERSONNEL DATA
2. BATTLE FOCUS
3. EQUIPMENT DATA
4. TRAINING MANAGEMENT
5. SCHEDULED EVENTS
6. PHONE LISTINGS
7. REFERENCES
                                LEADERS‟                                                                 ARMY VALUES
                               BIOGRAPHY

                                                                                                            LDRSHIP
NAME: BOCK,          PHILLIP J.

SSN: 463-83-9253                                                                           L- LOYALTY: BEAR TRUE FAITH AND
                                                                                             ALLEGIANCE TO THE U.S. CONSTITUTION, THE
RANK / DOR: SGT 1 FEB 02                          PROMOTABLE 1 FEB 05
                                                                                             ARMY, AND OTHER SOLDIERS.

DATE / PLACE OF BIRTH: 10 DEC 1977                                                         D- DUTY: FULFILL YOUR OBLIGATIONS.

                                                                                           R- RESPECT: TREAT PEOPLE AS THEY
FAMILY DATA: OLGA BOCK (WIFE) ; ASHLEIGH (DAUGHTER)
                                                                                             SHOULD BE TREATED.

CIVILIAN EDUCATION: HS DIP.                                                                S- SELFLESS-SERVICE: PUT THE WELFARE OF THE
                                                                                              NATION, THE ARMY AND YOUR SUBORDINATES
                                                                                              BEFORE YOUR OWN.
MILITARY EDUCATION: PLDC, HAZ 11, HAZ 12, LOG 73&75,
MD310C, MD310E, HEM 311, CLS, OSHA, SAM 31, MAIT BRAKE ADM
TMDE, AOAP                                                                                 H- HONOR: LIVE UP TO ALL THE ARMY
                                                                                             VALUES.

ASSIGNMENTS: 1-68 ARMOR FT CARSON                                                          I- INTEGRETY: DO WHAT’S RIGHT, LEGALLY
             1-77 ARMOR SCHWEINFURT,GE
                                                                                              AND MORALLY.

AWARDS: Marksmanship Badge (Expert MACHGUN), Marksmanship Badge (Expert                    P- PERSONAL COURAGE: FACE FEAR, DANGER,
Rifle) National Defense Service Medal x2, Good Conduct Medal x 2, Army Achievement Medal
x5
                                                                                             OR ADVERSITY (PHYSICAL AND MORAL).
Army Commendation Medal x 2, Mechanics badge, Driver Badge Wheeled, Driver Badge
Track, Kosovo Campaign Medal x 1
Overseas Service Ribbon x2, Army Service Ribbon, NCO Professional Development Ribbon,
Global War on Terriorisn Service Medal, NATO Medal x 1

FURURE GOALS: SF, DRILL, TEAM CHIEF, BMS
           NCO                         CHAIN OF
         SUPPORT                       COMMAND
         CHANNEL                       REF: AR 600-20
       REF: AR 600-20
                              PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
                                      GEORGE W. BUSH

                                  SECRETARY OF DEFENSE
SERGEANT MAJOR OF THE ARMY          DONALD RUMSFELD

                                 SECRETARY OF THE ARMY
 USAREUR SERGEANT MAJOR              FRANCIS HARVEY

                                   ARMY CHIEF OF STAFF
  V CORPS SERGEANT MAJOR
                                  USAREUR COMMANDER
    1ID SERGEANT MAJOR
         CSM FORUHM
                                   V CORPS COMMANDER

2nd BRIGADE SERGEANT MAJOR
        CSM CALPENA                  1ID COMMANDER
                                       BG BAPTISTE
BATTALION SERGEANT MAJOR
                                 2nd BRIGADE COMMANDER
      CSM EDWARDS                       COL DRAGON
      FIRST SERGEANT         1-77 ARMOR BATTALION COMMANDER
        1SG OLDROYD                      LTC HUBNER

       TEAM CHIEF                 COMPANY COMMANDER
                                     CPT DELACRUZ

                                     PLATOON LEADER
                                        LT GRIFFIN
                   CODE                                                              CREED OF THE
                    OF                                                             NONCOMMISSIONED
                  CONDUCT                                                              OFFICER

1. I am an American, fighting in the forces which
guard my country and our way of life. I am prepared        No one is more professional than I. I am a Noncommissioned officer, a leader
                                                           of soldiers. As a Noncommissioned Officer, I realize that I am a member of a
to give my life in their defense.                           time honored corps, which is known as ―The Backbone of the Army.‖I am
2. I will never surrender of my own free will. If in       proud of the Corps of Noncommissioned Officers and will at all times
command, I will never surrender the members of my          conduct myself so as to bring credit upon the Corps, the Military Service and my
command while they have the means to resist.               country regardless of the situation in which I find myself. I will not use my
                                                           grade or position to attain pleasure, profit, or personal safety.
3. If I am captured, I will continue to resist by all
means available. I will make every effort to escape and
                                                           Competence is my watch-word. My two basic responsibilities will always be
aid others to escape. I will accept neither parole nor     uppermost in my mind - accomplishment of my mission and the welfare of my
special favors from the enemy.                             soldiers. I will strive to remain tactically and technically proficient. I am aware
4. If I become a prisoner of war, I will keep faith with   of my role as a Noncommissioned Officer. I will fulfill my responsibilities
my fellow prisoners. I will give no information or take    inherent in that role. All soldiers are entitled to outstanding leadership: I will
                                                           provide that leadership. I know my soldiers and I will always place their needs
part in any action which might be harmful to my
                                                           above my own. I will communicate consistently with my soldiers and never
comrades. If I am senior, I will take command. If not I    leave them uninformed. I will be fair and impartial when recommending
will obey the lawful orders of those appointed over me     both rewards and punishment.
and will back them up in every way.
5.When questioned, should I become a prisoner of           Officers of my unit will have maximum time to accomplish their duties:
war, I am required to give only my name, rank, service     they will not have to accomplish mine. I will earn their respect and confidence
                                                           as well as that of my soldiers. I will be loyal to those with whom I serve:
number and date of birth. I will evade answering
                                                           seniors, peers and subordinates alike. I will exercise initiative by taking
further questions to the utmost of my ability. I will      appropriate action in the absence of orders. I will not compromise my
make no oral or written statement disloyal to my           integrity, nor my moral courage. I will not forget, nor will I allow my comrades
 country and its allies or harmful to their cause.         to forget that we are professionals, Noncommissioned Officers, leaders!
6. I will never forget that I am an American, fighting
fighting for freedom, responsible for my actions, and
and dedicated to the principles which made my country
free. I will trust in my GOD and in the United States of
 America.
        “The ARMY SONG”                              “The BIG RED ONE
                                                           SONG”




       First to fight for the right            Toast of the Army, Favorite Son!
     And to build a Nation‟s might,           Hail to the brave BIG RED ONE!
    And the Army goes rolling along.         Always the first to thirst for a fight.
       Proud of all we have done           No foe shall challenge our right to vict‟ry
     Fighting till the battle”s won,        We take the field , a grand sight to see.
    And the Army goes rolling along.                  Pride the Infantry.
          Then it‟s HI HI HEY!                      Men of a great division.
         The Army is on its way                    Courage is our tradition.
 Count off the cadence loud and strong,         Forward, the BIG RED ONE!
              (Two! Three!)
For where‟er we go, you will always know
    That the Army goes rolling along.
                     History                                   STORM; to Kuwait for Operation POSITIVE FORCE; to
                                                               northern Iraq for Operation PROVIDE COMFORT; to
                       of                                      Croatia for Operation PROVIDE PROMISE; to Somalia for
                                                               Operation RESTORE HOPE; to Macedonia for Operation
                    V CORPS                                    ABLE SENTRY; and to Rwanda and Zaire for Operation
                                                               SUPPORT HOPE.
 V Corps was established in battle during World War I at       In December of 1994, as part of the ongoing drawdown and
Remiremont, France in July 1918. By the end of the War, the    realignment of U.S. forces in Europe, the Corps moved its
Corps had participated in three campaigns. Dubbed the          headquarters from the historic C. W. Abrams Building (the
"Victory Corps" in recognition of its rapid advance in the     former I.G. Farben Building) to Campbell Barracks in
final phase of the Meuse-Argonne Offensive, V Corps            Heidelberg, severing a forty-three year tie with Frankfurt
returned to the United States in 1919.                         am Main.
 V Corps was reactivated at Camp Beauregard, Louisiana in      Recognizing the changing circumstances in Europe, V Corps
October 1940 and took part, in the famous Louisiana            reaches out to the armed forces of eastern Europe with
Maneuvers of 1941. The organization deployed to Ireland        assistance and international exercises - such as
after the United States declared war on Germany, providing     PARTNERSHIP FOR PEACE - that foster closer ties and
the first American soldiers deployed to the European           better understanding. Meanwhile, the Corps remains
theater in World War II.                                       committed to NATO, and in 1994 entered into an
On June 6, 1944, V Corps assaulted Omaha Beach,                arrangement with the Federal Republic of Germany to
Normandy. Corps soldiers then helped break out from the        create two bi-national corps. For NATO central region
beachhead, liberated Paris and Sedan, and raced to the         contingency, V Corps would command the 5th Panzer
German border by September of 1944. After liberating           Division, while the German II Korps would command the
Luxembourg City, the Corps successively fought in the          U.S. 1st Armored Division.
Battle of the Bulge, captured Leipzig, made first contact      In December 1995, V Corps deployed its 1st Armored
with the Soviets at Torgau, and liberated Pilzen by May of     Division and major elements of six separate brigades for the
1945.                                                          NATO Implementation Force in support of the Dayton
 In 1951, the Corps returned to Germany, where its forces      Peace Agreement for Bosnia. Furthermore, the Corps
planned and trained to defend the critical Fulda Gap during    headquarters and the separate brigades helped form the
the Cold War. After the collapse of the Warsaw Pact, Victory   USAREUR (Forward) and 21st TAACOM (Forward)
Corps soldiers have deployed both units and individuals to     headquarters in Hungary, which provided the National
Saudi Arabia for Operations DESERT SHIELD and DESERT           Support Element for U.S. forces in Bosnia.
                           History of the
                       1st Infantry Division
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- 1ID is officially established in Wuerzburg, GE on 15 Feb. 1996. The colors were
folded at Ft. Riley on 29, March 1996; and were unfolded at Wuerzburg,
GE. on 10 April 1996.

- It was reassigned on September 2, 1965.

-Design was originally approved December 9, 1930.

-The colors, red and blue are from the distinguishing flags of the Infantry
Divisions.

-The figure portion is that of the 1st Infantry Division Monument located in
Washington.

-Slogan: “VICTORY”

- Motto: “No mission to difficult, No sacrifice too great,
  Duty First.

-Campaigns
  WW1- Montdidier-Noyon, Aisne-Marne, St. Mihiel, Meuse-Argonne, Lorraine
1917/1918, Picardy 1918.

  WW2- Algeria-French Morocco, Tunisia, Sicily, Normandy, Northern France
Rhineland, Ardennes-Alsace, Central Europe.

  Vietnam-Defense: Counteroffensive Phases 2,3,4,5,6,Tet & Tet 69
Counteroffensives, Summer-Fall 1969, Winter-Spring 1970

   Armed Forces Expeditions: Saudi Arabia, Kuwait.
                            Shoulder                                                                   Distinctive
                            Insignia                                                                    Insignia
Two legends have emerged in answer to the question, "How did the Big Red
One Patch originate?" The first story has it that during World War I,
Division supply trucks were of English manufacture so drivers painted a          The Division's distinctive insignia was originally approved for Headquarters
huge "1" on each truck to distinguish their vehicles from those of the allies.   Detachment and Headquarters, Special Troops, 1st Division, on 9 December
Later, Division engineers carried the measure a step farther by sewing a red     1930. It was reassigned for use by noncolor bearing units of the First Infantry
patch on their sleeves on which was place the number "1."                        Division on 2 September 1965.

                                                                                 On 14 January the orders for the distinctive badge were once again amended
The second more-often-quoted tale involves a general and a lieutenant.           to revise the description and to add the symbolism for the design. The insignia
According to this version, during the build up and training days of 1917, a      is described as follows:
general officer decided that the division needed a suitable shoulder insignia.   It is an oval shaped gold color metal and enamel device 1 1/8 inches in height
He proceeded to cut a crude numeral "1" from a ragged suit of his red            overall consisting of a gold color metal background encircled by an elliptical
flannel underwear. Then he sewed the number on on his uniform sleeve.            band divided horizontally of red enamel to the top and blue enamel to the
When a brash young lieutenant saw the red numeral, he shouted "The               base, inscribed on the blue the motto "VICTORY" in gold color metal letters;
general's underwear is showing!" The general shouted back, "All right            centered on the device is the figure from the First Division monument, molded
young man, if your so smart, come up with something better." The                 in gold color metal, with wings upraised arms extending over the red enamel
lieutenant produced a prototype of today's patch using a piece of cloth          portion of the band.
(probably gray) from a captured soldiers uniform as a background on which        Symbolism
he place the red "1."                                                            The colors red and blue are from the Distinguishing flags of Infantry
                                                                                 Divisions. The figure portion is that of the 1st Infantry Division Monument,
                                                                                 located in Washington D.C.
In October, 1918 the patch as it is know, a red "1" on a solid olive green
background, was officially approved for wear by members of the division. In
Vietnam, where new camouflage measures were forced some other units into
revamping there insignia, the Big Red One patch remained unaltered on
the left shoulder of each man's uniform . Proudly worn, the patch
symbolizes the tradition binding present members of the "Fighting First"
with those who wore the Big Red One in world war I and II, Vietnam and
the Gulf War.
                                                     THE BIG RED ONE ( BRO ) CREED


                                            T   TEAMWORK is the foundation of the BIG RED ONE.
     Vision Statement                       I shall never fail my team for I maintain the standard. My
                                            conduct and self-discipline sets the example for others to
                                            follow.
To be:
                                            H   HONOR is what I stand for- an American soldier on duty
• the Army’s Premier combat division;       for my country. My loyalty is intense. I display care for my
professional, trained and ready to fight,   fellow soldiers and my chain of command through courage,
                                            respect, integrity, and compassion.
win, and fight again.
                                            E I have learned to ENDURE, to thrive in adversity. The
• the recognized leader in community         harsh reality of combat gives me the enthusiasm for realistic
quality of life that supports Total         training. I am physically and mentally strong to meet the
                                            demanding situations my unit encounters.
Army Family well-being.
                                            B    We are one in the Big Red One. Our BROTHERHOOD
• an active, responsible “community of      gives us the strength to fight on to any objective and
communities”.                               accomplish the missions as our veterans have done before us.
                                            I live the legacy of my division.
• A team committed to Army Values,
in order to accomplish any assigned         R   READINESS is my priority. To be ready for any mission,
                                            anytime, anywhere. My business is first class training and
mission, continuing the legacy of the       living high standards of care and equipment, weaponry, and
“Big Red One”.                              technical competence.

                                            O   My ORGANIZATION is my strength. The BRO is bigger than
                                            anyone individual. It gives me purpose, self-confidence, competitive
                                            spirit, intestinal fortitude, and the desire to fight with all my heart.
               THE                      77th Armor Lineage
            BATTALION                   Constituted 13 January 1941 in the Army of the United
                                        States as the 73d Tank Battalion (Medium)
             MISSION
                                        Redesignated 8 May 1941 as the 753d Tank Battalion
                                        (Medium)
                                        Activated 1 June 1941 at Fort Benning, Georgia
                                        Reorganized and redesignated 9 September 1942 as the
                                        753d Tank Battalion, Medium
                                        Reorganized and redesignated 29 March 1944 as the 753d
                                        Tank Battalion
1-77 AR, ON ORDER, DEPLOYS BY GROUND,
                                        Inactivated 15 January 1946 at Camp Patrick Henry, Virginia
  SEA AND/OR AIR TO CONDUCT COMBAT
OPERATIONS. ON ORDER, CONDUCT PEACE     Activated 1 August 1946 at Fort Knox, Kentucky
              OPERATIONS.               Inactivated 15 October 1946 at Fort Knox, Kentucky
                                        Redesignated 20 March 1949 as the 77th Heavy Tank

   “STEEL TIGERS”                       Battalion, assigned to the 7th Infantry Division, and activated
                                        in Japan
                                        Redesignated 5 August 1950 as the 77th Tank Battalion
                                        Relieved 10 October 1951 from assignment to the 7th
                                        Infantry Division
                                        Inactivated 10 November 1951 in Korea
                                        Redesignated 24 January 1962 as the 77th Armor, a parent
                                        regiment under the Combat Arms Regimental System
                                        Withdrawn 16 February 1989 from the Combat Arms
                                        Regimental System and reorganized under the United
                                        States Army Regimental System
                                        Activated 5 April 1996 at Conn Barracks, Schweinfurt,
                                        Germany
                                                                        Coat of Arms:




77th Armor Honors
Campaign Participation Credit
                                                                        Blazon:

World War II: Sicily (with arrowhead); Naples-Foggia; Rome-Arno;                        Shield: Azure, on a mount a tiger sejant argent, armed
Southern France (with arrowhead); Rhineland; Ardennes-Alsace; Central   and langued gules, supporting a battle-axe in pale of the second,
Europe                                                                  embrued of the third.
                                                                                          Crest: On a wreath of the colors argent and azure in
                                                                        front of a wreath of laurel proper and below two lances in saltire of the
Korean War: UN Defensive; UN Offensive; CCF Intervention; First UN      first a volcano sable enflamed overall proper and charged in base with
Counteroffensive; CCF Spring Offensive; UN Summer-Fall Offensive        an hourglass divided per fess gules and of the second and fimbriated of
                                                                        the first, above the flames a blue fleur-de-lis charged with a gold mullet.

Vietnam: Counteroffensive, Phase V; Counteroffensive, Phase VI; Tet                      Motto: INSISTE FIRMITER (Stand to it Stoutly).
69/Counteroffensive; Summer-Fall 1969; Winter-Spring 1970; Sanctuary    Symbolism:
Counteroffensive; Counteroffensive, Phase VII; Consolidation I
                                                                                          Shield: The carnivorous tiger is symbolic of the "enemy
                                                                        devouring" qualities of the organization. Unlike the man-eating lion,
Bosnia-Herzogovina: Spring-Winter 1997                                  which only attacks man in its dotage, the ferocious tiger attacks at all
                                                                        ages and at any time; the battle-axe symbolizes the offensive mission of
                                                                        a tank battalion.

Decorations                                                                               Crest: The volcano is an allusion to Mt. Etna, the most
                                                                        distinctive feature of the island of Sicily, where the 77th Armor landed to
French Croix de Guerre with Palm, World War II for CENTRAL ITALY        begin its arduous World War II campaign history. The eruption of flames
French Croix de Guerre with Palm, World War II for VOSGES               refers to the unit's subsequent participation in thirteen campaigns
                                                                        throughout Italy, France, Germany, and finally Korea. Two awards of the
French Croix de Guerre with Silver-Gilt Star, World War II for ITALY    French Croix de Guerre, with Palm, are identified by the surrounding
French Croix de Guerre, World War II, Fourragere                        branches of laurel, while a third award with silver gilt star is marked by
                                                                        the star on the fleur-de-lis which refers to an assault landing in Southern
Republic of Korea Presidential Unit Citation for INCHON                 France. Crossed lances denote the grand courage and aggressive spirit
Republic of Korea Presidential Unit Citation for KOREA 1950             displayed by the men of this Regiment throughout its many campaigns.
                                                                        The red and blue hourglass shape is an adaptation of the shoulder
Republic of Korea Presidential Unit Citation for KOREA 1950-1951        sleeve insignia of the 7th Division with which the 77th Armor served in
Army Superior Unit Award for BOSNIA-HERZOGOVINA 1997                    Korea through six campaigns, twice receiving the Korean Presidential
                                                                        Unit Citation
                                                                                   1ID Vision
                                                                                   Statement


Distinctive Unit Insignia:




                                                                 To be the Army‟s premier combat division:
                                                                 professional, trained and ready to deploy, fight,
                                                                 win, and fight again; to be the recognized leader
                                                                 in community quality of life that supports Army
                                                                 Family well-being; to be an active, responsible
                                                                 „community of communities‟ and a team
                                                                 committed to Army Values; to accomplish any
                                                                 mission; and to continue the legacy of the Big Red
                                                                 One.
              Description: A silver color metal and enamel
device 1-1/8 inches in height overall consisting of the shield
and motto of the coat of arms.


               Symbolism: - The carnivorous tiger is symbolic
of the "enemy devouring" qualities of the organization.
Unlike the man-eating lion, which only attacks man in its
dotage, the ferocious tiger attacks at all ages and at any
time; the battle-axe symbolizes the offensive mission of a
tank battalion.
                    Goals – Values                                        Goals – Training and
                                                                               Readiness




                                                          VISION: The Army‟s premier combat division; professional,
VISION:           A team committed to Army Values.                trained and ready to deploy, fight, win, and fight
                                                                  again.




     Instill and sustain the Army‟s Values through
                                                             Develop professional, competent, lethal combined arms
      the 1ID Values Program.
                                                              units.

                                                             Plan and execute an innovative combined arms training
             ARMY VALUES                                      program to achieve predictability and sustain combat
                                                              readiness.
          LOYALTY
          DUTY                                               Leverage opportunities for relevant, METL-based
                                                              combined arms training with our allies.
          RESPECT
          SELFLESS SERVICE                                   Sustain and enhance people, equipment, resources and
                                                              power projection capability.
          HONOR
          INTEGRITY
          PERSONAL COURAGE
              Goals – Quality of Life                                          Goals – Community
                                                                                  Partnership




VISION: The recognized leader in community quality of life   VISION: An active, responsible „community of communities‟.
          that supports Total Army Family well-being.




      Achieve and sustain robust 1ID communities                  Sustain a strong civic responsibility within our
       that set the standard of excellence                          military communities.
       throughout Europe and continue to improve
       each day.                                                   Develop and sustain strong German/American
                                                                    relations.
      Consistently meet the physical, emotional,
       intellectual, and spiritual needs of the 1ID                Be a good neighbor in our local communities; a
       family by providing a safe, friendly,                        valued and respected partner of our German
       supportive, and responsive environment.                      hosts.

      Develop communities that effectively
       balance mission readiness and quality of life.
          CHAPTER 1

      PERSONNEL DATA


- SECTION STATUS ROSTER

- DAILY PERSONNEL STATUS

- PERSONAL ASSET INVENTORY

-PERSONNEL INFORMATION

- LEADERS’ DUTIES

- SUPERVISORS’ DUTIES
                   SECTION                                DAILY
                    STATUS                             PERSONNEL
                   ROSTER
                                                         STATUS
                                        DATE: ______________

DATE:             .                     RANK         NAME      DUTY STATUS

AUTHORIZED:
OFF:____ NCO:____ ENL:____ TOTAL:____

ASSIGNED:
OFF:____ NCO:____ ENL:____ TOTAL:____

PRESENT FOR DUTY:
OFF:____ NCO:____ ENL:____ TOTAL:____

ABSENT FOR DUTY:
OFF:____ NCO:____ ENL:____ TOTAL:____



TDY:             .
PASS:            .
APT:             .
CLV:             .
LEAVE:            .
IN PROCESS:        .
AWOL:            .
                      PERSONNEL   PERSONNEL
                         ASSET       ASSET
                      INVENTORY   INVENTORY
                        STATUS      STATUS
NAME
ITEM
 ID Card Expiration
 ID TAGS
 DENTAL
 PROFILE
 GLASSES
 NBC INSERTS
 OVERWEIGHT
 DD93/WILL/ POA
 SGLI
 NEO PACKET
 REUP CODE
Cold Weather Injury
Combat Lifesaver
UCMJ
HEADSTART
Last POM
                  PERSONNEL                                                       PERSONNEL
                  DATA SHEET                                                      DATA SHEET

                                                        AWARDS:                                           .
NAME:                              RANK:            .                                             .
SSN:               DOB:             DOR:           .                                              ..
PMOS:          SMOS:         DEROS:                .
ETS:           BASD:          BPED:                .
DATE ARRIVED:               MARTIAL STAT:      .        License Qualifications:                   .
PLACE OF BIRTH:                                    .                                                      .
HEIGHT:         WEIGHT:          RACE:         .                                                           .
EYE COLOR:             HAIR COLOR:               .
BLOOD TYPE:            PULHES:                   .      CLS:                        .Date Qual:       .
ALLERGIES / TAGS:                               .
RELIGION:              GT SCORE:                .
CIV ED:          PROM PTS:        PRIOR SVC:    .
PRP BRANCH:         PRP DATES:                 .
BREAK IN SVC:               AIT:               .
PLDC:           BNCOC:             ANCOC:      .
CURRENT ADDRESS:                                .
                   PHONE NUMBER:                .
HOR:                                            .
WIFE:               WIFE DOB:                    .
ANNIVERSARY:                CHILDREN:          .
NAMES / DOB:                                    .
                                                 .
POV MAKE /MODEL:                                .
POV YEAR:       COLOR:       INSPEC DATE:      .
INSUR CO.:               INSUR #:               .
SIZES: BDU PANTS:          BDU TOP:              .
UNDERWARE:          T-SHIRT:      SOCKS:       .
BDU CAP:        BOOTS:         LAST LEAVE:       .
MOTHER & FATHER ADDRESS & PHONE:               .
                                               .
                  PERSONNEL                                                       PERSONNEL
                  DATA SHEET                                                      DATA SHEET

                                                        AWARDS:                                           .
NAME:                              RANK:            .                                             .
SSN:               DOB:             DOR:           .                                              ..
PMOS:          SMOS:         DEROS:                .
ETS:           BASD:          BPED:                .
DATE ARRIVED:               MARTIAL STAT:      .        License Qualifications:                   .
PLACE OF BIRTH:                                    .                                                      .
HEIGHT:         WEIGHT:          RACE:         .                                                           .
EYE COLOR:             HAIR COLOR:               .
BLOOD TYPE:            PULHES:                   .      CLS:                        .Date Qual:       .
ALLERGIES / TAGS:                               .
RELIGION:              GT SCORE:                .
CIV ED:          PROM PTS:        PRIOR SVC:    .
PRP BRANCH:         PRP DATES:                 .
BREAK IN SVC:               AIT:               .
PLDC:           BNCOC:             ANCOC:      .
CURRENT ADDRESS:                                .
                   PHONE NUMBER:                .
HOR:                                            .
WIFE:               WIFE DOB:                    .
ANNIVERSARY:                CHILDREN:          .
NAMES / DOB:                                    .
                                                 .
POV MAKE /MODEL:                                .
POV YEAR:       COLOR:       INSPEC DATE:      .
INSUR CO.:               INSUR #:               .
SIZES: BDU PANTS:          BDU TOP:              .
UNDERWARE:          T-SHIRT:      SOCKS:       .
BDU CAP:        BOOTS:         LAST LEAVE:       .
MOTHER & FATHER ADDRESS & PHONE:               .
                                               .
                  PERSONNEL                                                       PERSONNEL
                  DATA SHEET                                                      DATA SHEET

                                                        AWARDS:                                           .
NAME:                              RANK:            .                                             .
SSN:               DOB:             DOR:           .                                              ..
PMOS:          SMOS:         DEROS:                .
ETS:           BASD:          BPED:                .
DATE ARRIVED:               MARTIAL STAT:      .        License Qualifications:                   .
PLACE OF BIRTH:                                    .                                                      .
HEIGHT:         WEIGHT:          RACE:         .                                                           .
EYE COLOR:             HAIR COLOR:               .
BLOOD TYPE:            PULHES:                   .      CLS:                        .Date Qual:       .
ALLERGIES / TAGS:                               .
RELIGION:              GT SCORE:                .
CIV ED:          PROM PTS:        PRIOR SVC:    .
PRP BRANCH:         PRP DATES:                 .
BREAK IN SVC:               AIT:               .
PLDC:           BNCOC:             ANCOC:      .
CURRENT ADDRESS:                                .
                   PHONE NUMBER:                .
HOR:                                            .
WIFE:               WIFE DOB:                    .
ANNIVERSARY:                CHILDREN:          .
NAMES / DOB:                                    .
                                                 .
POV MAKE /MODEL:                                .
POV YEAR:       COLOR:       INSPEC DATE:      .
INSUR CO.:               INSUR #:               .
SIZES: BDU PANTS:          BDU TOP:              .
UNDERWARE:          T-SHIRT:      SOCKS:       .
BDU CAP:        BOOTS:         LAST LEAVE:       .
MOTHER & FATHER ADDRESS & PHONE:               .
                                               .
                  PERSONNEL                                                       PERSONNEL
                  DATA SHEET                                                      DATA SHEET

                                                        AWARDS:                                           .
NAME:                              RANK:            .                                             .
SSN:               DOB:             DOR:           .                                              ..
PMOS:          SMOS:         DEROS:                .
ETS:           BASD:          BPED:                .
DATE ARRIVED:               MARTIAL STAT:      .        License Qualifications:                   .
PLACE OF BIRTH:                                    .                                                      .
HEIGHT:         WEIGHT:          RACE:         .                                                           .
EYE COLOR:             HAIR COLOR:               .
BLOOD TYPE:            PULHES:                   .      CLS:                        .Date Qual:       .
ALLERGIES / TAGS:                               .
RELIGION:              GT SCORE:                .
CIV ED:          PROM PTS:        PRIOR SVC:    .
PRP BRANCH:         PRP DATES:                 .
BREAK IN SVC:               AIT:               .
PLDC:           BNCOC:             ANCOC:      .
CURRENT ADDRESS:                                .
                   PHONE NUMBER:                .
HOR:                                            .
WIFE:               WIFE DOB:                    .
ANNIVERSARY:                CHILDREN:          .
NAMES / DOB:                                    .
                                                 .
POV MAKE /MODEL:                                .
POV YEAR:       COLOR:       INSPEC DATE:      .
INSUR CO.:               INSUR #:               .
SIZES: BDU PANTS:          BDU TOP:              .
UNDERWARE:          T-SHIRT:      SOCKS:       .
BDU CAP:        BOOTS:         LAST LEAVE:       .
MOTHER & FATHER ADDRESS & PHONE:               .
                                               .
                  PERSONNEL                                                       PERSONNEL
                  DATA SHEET                                                      DATA SHEET

                                                        AWARDS:                                           .
NAME:                              RANK:            .                                             .
SSN:               DOB:             DOR:           .                                              ..
PMOS:          SMOS:         DEROS:                .
ETS:           BASD:          BPED:                .
DATE ARRIVED:               MARTIAL STAT:      .        License Qualifications:                   .
PLACE OF BIRTH:                                    .                                                      .
HEIGHT:         WEIGHT:          RACE:         .                                                           .
EYE COLOR:             HAIR COLOR:               .
BLOOD TYPE:            PULHES:                   .      CLS:                        .Date Qual:       .
ALLERGIES / TAGS:                               .
RELIGION:              GT SCORE:                .
CIV ED:          PROM PTS:        PRIOR SVC:    .
PRP BRANCH:         PRP DATES:                 .
BREAK IN SVC:               AIT:               .
PLDC:           BNCOC:             ANCOC:      .
CURRENT ADDRESS:                                .
                   PHONE NUMBER:                .
HOR:                                            .
WIFE:               WIFE DOB:                    .
ANNIVERSARY:                CHILDREN:          .
NAMES / DOB:                                    .
                                                 .
POV MAKE /MODEL:                                .
POV YEAR:       COLOR:       INSPEC DATE:      .
INSUR CO.:               INSUR #:               .
SIZES: BDU PANTS:          BDU TOP:              .
UNDERWARE:          T-SHIRT:      SOCKS:       .
BDU CAP:        BOOTS:         LAST LEAVE:       .
MOTHER & FATHER ADDRESS & PHONE:               .
                                               .
              LEADERS DUTIES                                         LEADERS DUTIES
                                                            TANK COMMANDER/SECTION CHIEF
            PLATOON SERGEANT
                                                                      DUTIES
                  DUTIES


1. WELFARE OF TROOPS                                    1. WELFARE OF TROOPS
2. PLATOON LEADERSHIP                                   2. SECTION LEADERSHIP
3. PERSONNEL ACCOUNTABILITY                             3. FIELD OPERATIONS, MISSION ORGANIZING/EXECUTION,
4. FIELD OPERATIONS, MISSION SUPPORT, CLASS I, III, V   PERSONNEL/EQUIPMENT ACCOUNTABILITY, TEAM
MAINTENANCE, TRANSPORTATION, AND MEDICAL                LEADER GUIDANCE & SUPERVISION, SECTION COMMAND
SUPPORT.                                                & CONTROL
5. PLATOON SENIOR TRAINER, ASSIST & EVALUATE            4. ACCOUNTABILITY OF SECTION EQUIPMENT
SQUAD TRAINING.                                         5. SECTION SUPERVISOR
6. PLATOON PHYSICAL FITNESS PROGRAM                     6. TRAINING, PLANNING/RESEARCHING/SCHEDULING, AND
7. HQ SEC MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR                        ATTEND WEEKLY TRAINING MEETINGS,
8. FORMATIONS (INSPECTION OF TROOPS, APPEARANCE)        7. EXECUTE - PSG/SQD LDR DUTIES AS NEEDED
9. COMMON AREAS (INSPECTIONS, CLEANLINESS,              8. COUNSEL SQD LDR’S AFTER EACH FIELD DEPLOYMENT,
APPEARANCE)                                             AND SECTION PERSONNEL MONTHLY WHILE IN GARRISON,
10. DAILY GARRISON OPERATIONS, DETAIL SUPPORT           ALL IN WRITING
11. ADMINISTRATOR OF PLT PAPERWORK                      9. CONDUCT SECTION AAR’S AFTER EACH MISSION
12. COUNSELING PACKETS (COUNSELING SQUAD LEADERS        10. DRAW & ACCOUNT FOR ALL COMSEC
MONTHLY                                                 11. WRITE AND SUBMIT ALL SECTION AWARDS
13. WEAPONS QUALIFICATION                               12. ALL OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED
14. PERFORM DUTIES AS                                   13. SUPPORT SINGLE SOLDIER PROGRAMS
15. PROMOTIONS                                          14. PROTECT BLOCK LEAVE & FAMILY TIME
16. DEVELOP & UPDATE PLT BATTLE ROSTER
17. SUPPORT SINGLE SOLDIER PROGRAMS
18. PROTECT BLOCK LEAVE & FAMILY TIME
             CHAPTER 2                                          8 STEP TRAINING
            BATTLE FOCUS                                             MODEL


                                              PLAN                 TRAIN LEADERS                        RECON
                                       1. Training Objectives      1. Train Leaders First        1. Recon Training Site,
                                       2. Soldiers to Train        2. Focus on Doctrine,         2. Route, & Obstacles
• 8 STEP TRAINING MODEL                3. Trainers/Evaluators         Basics, & Standards        3. Terrain Walk Done
                                       4. Land/Facilities          3. Classroom Instruction      4. With Key Leaders
                                       5. Equipment/Supplies       4. Performance Tests
• PRE COMBAT CHECKLIST                 6. References & TTP’s       5. Written Tests
                                       7. Risk Assessment          6. On Site Certification
•DEPLOYMENT SEQUENCE OF EVENTS           ISSUE
                                         ORDER                      REHEARSE                     EXECUTE
• BATTLE DRILLS                        1. .Situation                1. Leaders and OC’s       1. Precombat Checks
                                       2. Enemy                     2. Reduced Force          2. Focus on Doctrine,
                                       3. Friendly                  3. Sand Table             3. Basics, & Standards
• MISSION ESSENTIAL TASK LIST (METL)   4. Attachments &             4. Rock Drill             4. Coach Frequently
                                           Detachments              5. TEWT                   5. Control Environment
                                       5. Mission                   6. Full Force             6. Develop Teamwork
                                       6. Execution                 7. Force on Force         7. Increase Complexity
                                          Concept of Operation                                8. Make Training Realistic
                                          Coordination Instructions                           9. Ensure Participation
                                       7. Service and Support
                                           Concept of Logistics,
                                       8. Materiel, and Medical Evacuation
                                       Command and Signal

                                            CONDUCT                                               RETRAIN
                                              AAR
                                                                                              1. Alternate Instructor
                                        1. Review Training Objectives                         2. Focus on Weakness
                                        2. Establish What Happened
                                        3. Establish Why It Happened
                                        4. Determine What Was Right
                                        5. Determine What Was Wrong
                                        6. Determine What Should Be
                                        7. Done Differently Next Time
                           PRECOMBAT
                                                            NOTES
                             CHECKS


Vehicle Bumper Number: HHC 893 OPERATOR:

Number of Personnel:4 AUTHORIZED 1 AVAIL.

                                         GO/NO GO   NOTES

1. Individuals prepared for combat

2. Vehicle

3. Communications Equipment

4. Maintenance Equipment


5. NBC Equipment

6. POC / BOC

NCOs INT.                            .
                           PRECOMBAT                        NOTES

                             CHECKS


Vehicle Bumper Number: HHC 833 OPERATOR:

Number of Personnel:3 AUTHORIZED 2 AVAIL.

                                         GO/NO GO   NOTES

1. Individuals prepared for combat

2. Vehicle

3. Communications Equipment

4. Maintenance Equipment


5. NBC Equipment

6. POC / BOC

NCOs INT.                            .
                           PRECOMBAT                        NOTES

                             CHECKS


Vehicle Bumper Number: HHC 823 OPERATOR:

Number of Personnel:3 AUTHORIZED 2 AVAIL.

                                         GO/NO GO   NOTES

1. Individuals prepared for combat

2. Vehicle

3. Communications Equipment

4. Maintenance Equipment


5. NBC Equipment

6. POC / BOC

NCOs INT.                            .
                                                              DEPLOYMENT
              PRE-COMBAT
                                                               SEQUENCE
               CHECKLIST
                                                               OF EVENTS

                                            H + 00:00   ALERT NOTIFICATION
_____ PERSONNEL ACCOUNTABILITY
_____ PERSONNEL HYGIENE ITEMS               H + 00:30   ___________________________________________
_____ INDIVIDUAL TA-50
_____ SEASONAL CLOTHING ITEMS               H + 01:00   ___________________________________________
_____ ID TAGS, ID CARD
                                            H + 01:30   ___________________________________________
_____ DRIVERS LICENSE
_____ WATER JUGS (FILLED)                   H + 02:00   PERSONNEL ACCOUNTABILITY
_____ FUEL CANS (FULL)
_____ STOVES W/ ALL PARTS                   H + 03:00   ___________________________________________
_____ TENTS/ NETS/ POLE BAGS/ STAKES
                                            H + 04:00   ___________________________________________
_____ CAMMO NETS
_____ MAPS/ OVERLAYS                        H + 05:00   PRE-COMBAT INSPECTIONS
_____ COMMO EQUIPMENT(BATTERIES, WIRE)
_____ COMSEC (ANCD)                         H + 06:00   ___________________________________________
_____ WEAPONS( INDIVIDUAL/CREW SERVE)
_____ NVG’S W/ BATTERIES                    H + 09:00   ___________________________________________
_____ AID BAGS
                                            H + 12:00   ___________________________________________
_____ VEHICLES( TOPPED OFF,LOADED,DISPA-
      TCHED, PMCS, -10 MANUALS)             H + 15:00   ___________________________________________
_____ 254’S (GOGGLES)
_____ SUPPLIES (ALCOHOL,MARKERS,PENS,ECT)   H + 16:00   ___________________________________________
_____ ALL SURVEY EQUIPMENT
                                            H + 17:00   ___________________________________________
_____ MAP BOARDS
_____ COTS                                  H + 18:00   WHEELS UP 1ST CHALK
               BATTLE DRILLS                                          CREW DRILLS




                                                     1. ROLL OVER DRILLS
071-326-0502    Move Under Direct Fire
                                                     2. FIRE DRILLS
071-410-0002    React to Direct Fire While Mounted
                                                     3. CREW EVAC DRILL
093-401-5050    React to Possible IED
                                                     4. HASTY RECOVERY
                                                     5. BOOM FAILURE
               BATTALION                                  BATTALION
           MISSION ESSENTIAL                          MISSION ESSENTIAL
            TASK LIST (METL)                           TASK LIST (METL)

1. TRANSITION TO WAR / REGIONAL OPERATION   2. MOVE BY ROAD/RAIL TO APOE/SPOE

                STANDARDS                               STANDARDS
             BATTALION                            BATTALION
         MISSION ESSENTIAL                    MISSION ESSENTIAL
          TASK LIST (METL)                     TASK LIST (METL)

2. MOVE BY ROAD/RAIL TO APOE/SPOE   3. CONDUCT TACTICAL ROAD MARCHES
            CONDITIONS                          CONDITIONS




3. CONDUCT TACTICAL ROAD MARCHES
            STANDARDS
              BATTALION                                 BATTALION
          MISSION ESSENTIAL                         MISSION ESSENTIAL
           TASK LIST (METL)                          TASK LIST (METL)


4. PROVIDE FIRE SUPPORT FOR OFFENSIVE   4. PROVIDE FIRE SUPPORT FOR OFFENSIVE
              OPERATIONS                              OPERATIONS

              STANDARDS
              BATTALION                                 BATTALION
          MISSION ESSENTIAL                         MISSION ESSENTIAL
           TASK LIST (METL)                          TASK LIST (METL)


5. PROVIDE FIRE SUPPORT FOR DEFENSIVE   5. PROVIDE FIRE SUPPORT FOR DEFENSIVE
              OPERATION                               OPERATION

              STANDARDS
             BATTALION                                 BATTALION
         MISSION ESSENTIAL                         MISSION ESSENTIAL
          TASK LIST (METL)                          TASK LIST (METL)


6. PROVIDE FIRE SUPPORT FOR REGIONAL   6. PROVIDE FIRE SUPPORT FOR REGIONAL
              OPERATIONS                             OPERATIONS
             STANDARDS
         BATTALION                      BATTALION
     MISSION ESSENTIAL              MISSION ESSENTIAL
      TASK LIST (METL)               TASK LIST (METL)

7. SUSTAIN COMBAT/REGIONAL   7. SUSTAIN COMBAT/REGIONAL
         OPERATIONS                   OPERATIONS


        STANDARDS                    CONDITIONS
                                 WEAPONS
        CHAPTER 3                AND MASK
                                INVENTORY

      EQUIPMENT DATA
                         NAME   WEAPON   SERIAL #   MASK #

• SENSITIVE ITEMS LIST
• VEHICLE STATUS
• COMMUNICATION STATUS
• WEAPONS STATUS
        SENSITIVE                                 SENSITIVE
          ITEMS                                     ITEMS
           LIST                                      LIST

ITEM   WEAPON #   SERIAL #   Signed to   ITEM   WEAPON #   SERIAL #   Signed to
                  VEHICLE                                 COMMO
                   STATUS                                 STATUS

  NOTE: HHC 893 IS FMC BUT SLATED IN GSRR             SINCGARS RADIOS
                                            VEHICLE     PMCS   STATUS   SERIAL #
MODEL # BMPR #    STATUS    DRIVER   TC


M88A1   HHC 893                             HHC 893     Y N

 M113A3 HHC 823
                                            HHC 823     Y N

 M923   HHC833
                                                        Y N

                                                        Y N

                                                        Y N

                                                        Y N

                                                        Y N

                                                        Y N

                                                        Y N
                                  6309867
                  COMMO           6306794                    WEAPON
                                  63063
                  STATUS          6317115
                                                             STATUS
                                  6317132


ITEM        SERIAL AUTH ON HAND    STATUS   ITEM      SERIAL #   AUTH    ON    STATUS
                                                                        HAND
TA-312
                                                                 10     10     GAUGED
                                            M16A2
TA-1                                                                           JUN05


OE-254
0E-303

DR8                NEED TO BE
                  INVENTORIED
RL39                                                             6      6      PMCS
LCU                                         PVS-7B                             OVERDUE

PRINTER
                                                                 2      0
CVC                                         BINOS
VIC-1

AN/GRC-39

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                                            M2
             CHAPTER 4                    TRAINING
             TRAINING                   REQUIREMENTS
            MANAGEMENT

                           TRAINING AREA      LAST          NEXT
                                             TNG DATE     TNG DATE
• PLATOON TRAINING DATES   APFT             ___________   __________
• CTT                      WEAPONS QUALIFICATION
                           M16A2           ___________    __________
• MOS SPECIFIC             M2 50 CAL       ___________    __________
• PRE MARKSMANSHIP INST.   IDIVIDUAL QUAL
                           NBC CHAMBER      ___________   __________
• WEAPONS QUAL             CTT              ___________   __________
• APFT

• REENLISTMENT
                       COMMON TASK                            COMMON TASK
                         TRACKING                               TRACKING
                          ROSTER                                 ROSTER



                                NAME




                                                                    NAME
COMMON TASKS                           COMMON TASKS
071-311-2025 MAINTAIN AN M-16          071-710-0008 OPRT NIGHT VISION

071-311-2026 FUNCT. CK M16             071-325-4407 EMPL HD GERNADES

071-311-2027 LOAD AN M16               071-325-4401 SAFETY CHK A GER.

071-311-2028 UNLOAD M16                031-503-1035 USE PRO-MASK

071-311-2029 COR. MALF M16             061-283-6003 ADJ. INDERECT FIRE

071-022-0001 MAINT M2 50CAL            081-831-1000 EVAL. A CASUALTY
052-192-1117 INST M21AT MINE
                                       081-831-1032 FA FOR BLEED EXTR.
052-192-1118 REMOVE M21AT
                                       071-326-0502 MOVE UNDER D FIRE
113-587-2070 OP. SINCGARS SC
                                       071-329-1006 NAV. FROM POINT TO
113-587-2071 OP. SINC NET CONT         071-410-0002 REACT TO DIR FIRE
071-326-0512 ESTIMATE RANGE
                                       081-831-1053 PRAC. IND PREV MED
071-325-4425 EMPL. M18A1 CLAY          093-401-5050 REACT TO IED

071-325-4426 RECOV. M18A1              113-637-2001 COMM VIA TACT RD

081-831-1042 PERF. MOUTH TO            081-831-0101 REQUEST MEDEVAC

081-831-1030 SELF AID NERVE            081-831-1054 EVAC CASUALTIES

051-191-1361 CAMO SELF&                850-001-2000 RISK MANAGEMENT

071-329-1001 IDNT TERRAIN ON

071-312-4025 MAINT M249
061-283-1004 LOC TGT BY SHIFT
                                 MOS                                                                      MOS
                               TRACKING                                                                 TRACKING
                                ROSTER                                                                   ROSTER



                               NAME




                                                                                                          NAME
MOS SPECIFIC TASKS                                                        MOS SPECIFIC TASKS
091-109-0001 MAINTAIN TMDE            P       T       T           U   U    091-63A-2020 CORRECT CANNON           P       T       T       U       U

091-109-0002 MAINTAIN ASSIGNED        P       P       P           P   P    091-63A-2021 CRRT TRAVERSE            P       T       T       U       U

091-109-0003 MAINT TOOL KITS          P       P       T           T   T    091-63A-2023 COR HYDRAULICS           P       T       T       U       U

091-63A-2001 COR MALF. OF TURB        P       T       T       U       T    091-63A-2024 CORRECT FCS              P       T       T       U       U

091-63A-2002 COR MALF VEH CHRG        P       T       T       U       U    091-63A-2025 CORRECT NBC              P       T       T       U       U

091-63A-2003 HULL ELECT SYSTEM        P       P       T       T       T    091-63A-2026 CORRECT BREECH           P       T       T       U       U

091-63A-2004 X-DRIVE TRANSM           P           P   U       U       U    091-63A-2027 SCHED SERVICES           P       T       T       U       U

091-63A-2005 MECH/HYD BRAKE           P       U       U       U       U    091-63A-2028 CRRT TURRET ELC          P       T       T       U       U

091-63A-2006 CORRECT VEH STAR         P       T       T       U       U    091-63A-2029 ELEC CIRCUITS                P   T           T       T       T

091-63A-2007 CORRECT TRACK            P           T   T       T       T    091-63A-2030 REPL TRAVERSE                P       T       T       T       T

091-63A-2008 CORRECT MECH/HYD         P       T       T       T       T    091-AK4-0053 PER FIRE SSTEST              P       T       T       T       T

091-63A-2009 CORT PERSN HEATER            P   T       T       T       U    091-AK4-0054FAM W/ FIRE SUPR              P       T       T       T       T

091-63A-2010 MALF OF EAPU             P       T       T       T       T    091-H8C-2001 LOCATE REC SITE              P       T       T       T       T

091-63A-2011 FIRE SUPRES SYS          P       P           P   P       P    091-H8C-2002 DETER REC METH               P       T       T       T       T

091-63A-2014 DIAG USING BOB           P       T       T       T       T    091-H8C-2003 OP TACT COMMO                P       T       T       T       T

091-63A-2015 REPLACE M1 TRANS         T       U       U       U       U    091-H8C-2004 METAL CUTTING                P       U       U   U       U
 091-63A-2016 REPLACE M1 RGB                                               091-H8T-2001 MAINT VEHICLE                P       T       U   T       T
                                      P       U       U           U   U
 091-63A-2017 REPLACE AGB             P       T           T       U   U                                              P   P           P   P       P
                                                                           091-H8T-2002 PMCS M88
                                                                           \
                                      P       T           T       T   T    091-H8T-2003 USE BII                      P   P           P   P       P
 091-63A-2018 REP FWD MOD
                               MOS                              MOS
                             TRACKING                         TRACKING
                              ROSTER                           ROSTER



                               NAME




                                                              NAME
MOS SPECIFIC TASKS
091-H8T-2004 DRV REC VEHICLE          P   P   T   U   U

091-H8T-2005 OPERATE THE EAPU         P   P   T   U   U

091-H8T-2006 OPERATE THE BOOM         P   P   T   U   U

091-H8T-2007 OPERATE SPADE            P   P   T   U   U

091-H8T-2008 OPERATE WINCH            P   P   T   U   U

091-H8T-2009 RECORER MIRED            P   P   T   U   U

091-H8T-2010 REC OVER TURNED          P   P   T   U   U

091-H8T-2011 TOW DISABLED             P   P   T   U   U

091-H8T-2012 CROSS COUNTRY            P   P   T   U       U

                                      P   P   T   U   U
091-H8T-2013 FLD EXP RECOV
PRE MAERKSMANSHIP
   INSTRUCTION
    TRACKER




                    NAME
          WEAPONS                          SECTION
       QUALIFICATION                      APFT DATA
         STATISTICS                      (DIAGOSTIC)

NAME    WEAPON SCORE LEVEL DATE   NAME   P/U   S/U   RUN   DATE TOTAL
         SECTION
                                             REENLISTMENT
        APFT DATA
                                                PCS/ETS
        (RECORD)
                                              RE-UP   RE-UP    PCS    ETS
NAME   P/U   S/U   RUN   DATE TOTAL   NAME    OPEN    CLOSE   DATE   DATE
        CHAPTER 5
       SCHEDULED
         EVENTS




• TRAINING SCHEDULES

•LONG RANGE CALENDAR
      CHAPTER 6
        PHONE
       LISTINGS




• ALERT ROSTER

• IMPORTANT NUMBERS
                                                 AAFES: ARMY, AIR FORCE EXCHANGE SERVICE
                                                 PX Schweinfurt
                                                 Location: Ledward, Main Exchange, Bldg. 228
         CHARLIE TEAM MAINTENANCE
                                                 Hours: Tues - Sat 10:00am - 7:00pm
               ALERT ROSTER                      Sun 11:00am - 5:00pm
                                                 Cashier Cage
                                                 Phone: Civ 09721-808814
                                                 Fax: Civ 09721-808873
                                                 DPP/Customer Service
NAME   HOME CELL PHN PHS ADDRESS MAILING   AKO   Phone: Civ 09721-808822/808842
                                                 Manager's Secretary
                                                 Phone: Civ 09721-808848
                                                 AAFES Human Resources Offices
                                                 Location: Ledward, Bldg. 225, Shoppette
                                                 Hours: Mon - Fri 7:30am - 4:30pm
                                                 Phone: Civ 09721-787113
                                                 Fax: Civ 09721-787110

                                                 PX Wuerzburg
                                                 Location: Leighton Barracks, Bldg. 10
                                                 Hours: Mon - Fri 10:00am - 8:00pm, Sat 9:00am - 8:00pm
                                                 & Sun 10:00am - 6:00pm
                                                 Phone: Civ 0931-357-7300, DSN 350-7069
                                                 ABRAMS ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
                                                 Location: Bldg. 444, Across from Ledward
                                                 Phone: DSN 354-6460
                                                 Fax: CIV 09721-88451
                                                 Hours: Wed - Fri 6:00pm - 10:00pm, Sat & Sun 12:00pm - 8:00pm
                                                 ADAC: GERMAN AUTO CLUB (similar to AAA in the U.S.)
                                                 Location: Schweinfurt, Ruechert Strasse, 17
                                                 Hours: Mon - Fri 9:00am - 6:00pm, Sat 10:00am - 1:00pm
                                                 Phone: Civ 09721-22262
                                                 Fax: Civ 09721-21596
                                                 AIRPORTS
                                                 Ramstein Air Terminal Civ 06371-47-2433, DSN 480-2433
                                                 Space A Info: Civ 06371-47-5364, DSN 480-5364
                                                 Rhein Main Information Civ 069-699-7015/7016, DSN 330-7015 / 7016
                                                 Space A Info: Civ 069-699-7746, DSN 330-7746, FAX 330-6309

                                                 Frankfurt Civilian Airport (German Airport) Frankfurt Flughafen
                                                 Information: Civ 069-6901
                        SCHWEINFURT                                       Television Trouble Reports/Lost reception (AFN only)
                                                                                      IMPORTANT
                                                                                 Location: Ledward, Bldg. 242 (1st floor)
                                                                                    Hours: Mon - Fri 7:30am - 4:00pm
                          PHONE BOOK                                                   NUMBERS
                                                                               Phone: CIV 069-15688-44, DSN 329-4444
                                                                                  After hours: Bldg 242, DSN 354-6645

                                                                                         ANTHONY'S PIZZA
             AMERICAN CONSULATE GENERAL                                                 Kessler Bowling Center
                               Munich                                            Hours: Sun - Thurs 11:00am - 10:30pm
                 Location: Koeniginstrasse 5, Munich                                  Fri - Sat 11:00am - 12:00am
                 Hours: Mon - Fri 8:00am - 11:00am                             Phone: CIV 09721-81491, DSN 354-6800
               Closed: German and American Holidays                                         Ledward Cafeteria
                        Phone: Civ 089-28880                                      Hours: Mon - Sun 11:00am - 5:00pm
                        Fax: Civ 089-2809998                                           Phone: CIV 09721-82334
                              Frankfurt                                                 Conn Barracks, Bldg. 64
              Location: Siesmayerstrasse 21, Frankfurt                        Hours: Mon - Thurs, Sun 10:30am - 8:00pm
        Hours: Mon - Fri 7:30am - 11:30am (Open to Public)                             Fri - Sat 10:30am - 9:00pm
                       Phone: Civ 069-7535-0                                           Phone: CIV 09721-807216
                       Fax: Civ 069-7535-2304                            ARMED FORCES RECREATION CENTERS (AFRC)
                    Website: www.usembassy.de                                      Chiemsee, Garmisch Reservations
**For passports and reports of birth, please see Schweinfurt Personnel             Hours: Mon - Fri 8:00am - 6:00pm
                                Office                                         Phone: CIV 08821-72981, DSN 440-2575
                      AMERICAN EMBASSY                                                       Fax: 08821-3942
       Location: Neustaedtische Kirchstrasse #4, Berlin, 10117                    Website: http://www.afrceurope.com
         Hours: Mon - Fri 8:30am - 5:30pm (Open to Public)                   (e-mail may have up to 72 hour response time)
   Phone: Civ 030-238-5174 / 030-83-050 (24 Hour Phone Service)                        Camp Darby Reservations
                       Fax: Civ 030-238-62-90                                   Phone: CIV 0039-5054-7225 / 7221/7448
                    Website: www.usembassy.de                                         DSN 633-7225 / 7221/7448
                 AMERICAN RED CROSS (ARC)                                     Fax: CIV 0039-0050-547758, DSN 633-7758
               Location: Ledward, Bldg. 206 Basement                     ARMY CAREER AND ALUMNI PROGRAM (ACAP)
                  Hours: Mon - Fri 8:00am - 4:00pm                                   Location: Ledward, Bldg. 290
                    Phone: DSN 354-1760 / 6251                                     Hours: Mon - Fri 8:00am - 4:30pm
          After Hours: CIV 07031-15-334, DSN 431-2334                                    Phone: DSN 354-6019
                                                                                           Fax: DSN 354-6654
        AMERICAN FORCES NETWORK (AFN) RADIO                                          Website: www.acap.army.mil
                          Main Office                                     ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTER (ACSC)
         Location: Wurzburg, Leighton Barracks, Bldg. 45                             Location: Ledward, Bldg. 242
                Hours: Mon - Fri 8:30am - 5:00pm                             Hours: Mon - Wed & Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm
           Phone: CIV 0931-889-7142, DSN 350-7142                                     Thursday 10:00am - 5:00pm
                Website: www.afneurope.army.mil                                      Phone: DSN 354-6751 / 6486
                       Radio Request Line                                                  Fax: DSN 354-6851
                     Phone: DSN 350-6368
                                                                 AUTOMOTIVE CENTER
                  SCHWEINFURT                                          Auto Skills Center
                                                               Location: Conn Barracks, Bldg. 49
                                                               Hours: Wed - Fri 1:00pm - 9:00pm
                   PHONE BOOK                                     Sat - Sun 9:00am - 5:00pm
                                                          USAREUR Training Holidays: 10:00am - 6:00pm
                                                                     Phone: DSN 353-8224
                                                                    Fax: CIV 09721-88451
           ARMY EMERGENCY RELIEF
          Location: Ledward, Bldg. 242, ACSC                                Car Wash
    Hours: Mon - Wed & Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm                Location: Bldg. 39 (next to skills center)
              Thursday 10:00am - 5:00pm                         Hours: Self-Service, 7 days a week
                 Phone: DSN 354-7071                                  Phone: DSN 353-8224
                  Fax: DSN 354-6851
    ARMY FAMILY TEAM BUILDING (AFTB)                            Strip Lot & Long-Term Parking Lot
Location: Ledward, Bldg. 242, Rm. 11 (Enter through the   Location: Bldg. 95 (across from auto skills center)
                    Education Center)                            Hours: Wed - Fri 10:00am - 6:00pm
             Phone: DSN 354-6870 / 7078                              Sat & Sun 9:00am - 5:00pm
Hours: Contact ACSC for office hours at DSN 354-6486      USAREUR Training Holidays: 10:00am - 6:00pm
 AUTO PARTS / GARAGE / SERVICE STATION                                Phone: CIV 09721-83856
          Askren Manors, Schweinfurt                                   Fax: CIV 09721-88451
       Hours: Mon - Sun 7:00am - 7:00pm
                                                              BAHNHOF (German Train Station)
    Phone: CIV 09721-82539, DSN 354-6519
                                                              Location: Bahnhof Strasse, Schweinfurt
            Fax: CIV 09721-941536
                                                                    Phone: CIV 01805-99-6633
                   Wuerzburg
                                                          BANK: COMMUNITY BANK (Contracted DOD
      Location: Leighton Barracks, Bldg. 9
                                                                         Banking System)
       Hours: Mon - Fri 7:00am - 6:00pm
                                                                             Ledward
              Sat 9:00am - 4:00pm
                                                                        Location: Bldg. 226
                Closed: Sunday
                                                             Hours: Mon - Wed & Fri 9:00am - 4:00pm
    Phone: CIV 0931-706676, DSN 350-6486
                                                                     Thurs 11:00am - 6:00pm
             Fax: CIV 0931-708803
                                                                Sat after payday 9:30am - 1:00pm
               AUTO RENTAL
                                                                     Closed: German Holidays
                SIXT Car Rental
                                                             Phone: CIV 09721-88096, DSN 354-6403
                    Ledward
                                                                      Fax: CIV 09721-84150
               Location: PX Mall
                                                                               Conn
       Hours: Mon - Fri 9:00am - 6:00pm
                                                                   Location: Bldg. 64, Shoppette
             Sat 10:00am - 1:00pm
                                                                Hours: Mon - Fri 9:00am - 3:30pm
        Phone/Fax: CIV 09721-802747
                                                                     Closed: German Holidays
          Other Military Communities
                                                             Phone: CIV 09721-87096, DSN 353-8269
       Ramstein: CIV 06731-43978 SIXT
                                                                      Fax: CIV 09721-82898
     Rhein Main: CIV 069-69591624 SIXT
      Wuerzburg: CIV 0931-708475 SIXT
                                                                                                  CAFETERIA (AAFES)
                         SCHWEINFURT                                                                       Ledward
                                                                                               Location: Bldg. 226 (Food Court)
                                                                                              Hours: Mon - Fri 6:30am - 7:30pm
                          PHONE BOOK                                                     Sat 8:00am - 7:30pm, Sun 11:00am - 5:30pm
                                                                                                  Phone: CIV 09721-82334
                                                                               Breakfast: Mon - Fri 6:30 am - 11:00am & Sat 8:00am - 11:00am
                     BARBER SHOPS: AAFES                                                              American Eatery
                               Ledward                                          Hours: Mon - Sat 11:00 am - 5:00 pm & Sun 11:00am - 4:00pm
                  Location: Bldg. 226, (inside the PX)                                                Anthony's Pizza
                   Hours: Mon - Fri 9:00am - 6:00pm                                Hours: Mon - Sat 11:00 - 5:00pm & Sun 11:00 - 5:00pm
                         Sat 9:00am - 4:00pm                                                          Baskin Robbins
                 American Holidays 10:00am - 5:00pm                             Hours: Mon - Sat 11:00am - 6:00pm & Sun 11:00am - 4:00pm
                      Closed: German Holidays
                      Phone: CIV 09721-82432                                                            Robin Hood
                                 Conn                                                        Hours: Mon - Sat 11:00am - 6:00pm
                     Location: Bldg. 64, Shoppette                                                 Sun 11:00am - 4:00pm
                   Hours: Mon - Fri 9:00am - 6:00pm                                                      Taco Bell
                 American Holidays 10:00am - 4:00pm                                          Hours: Mon - Sat 11:00am - 6:00pm
                      Phone: Civ 09721-803675                                                      Sun 11:00am - 5:00pm
                            BOWLING CENTER
                                                                                              CENTRAL ISSUE FACILITY (CIF)
                Location: Kessler Bowling Center, Bldg. 449
                                                                                                   Location: Ledward, Bldg. 216
                Hours: Sun, Tues - Thurs 11:00am - 11:00pm
                                                                               Hours: Out-processing: Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri 8:30am - 11:30am
            Mon 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Fri - Sat 11:00am - 1:00am
                                                                            DX / Partial Issues / Partial Turn-ins: Mon, Tues, & Fri 1:00pm - 3:00pm
                  Phone: CIV 09721-83391, DSN 354-6332
                                                                                               In-processing: Wed 1:00pm - 4:30pm
           Food Operations: See Anthony's Pizza, Frank's Franks
                                                                            Closed: Thursdays, the last Friday of every month & all Federal Holidays
         BRADLEY INN GUEST HOUSE / ARMY LODGING
                                                                                                       Phone: DSN 354-6343
                           Location: Conn, Bldg. 89
                                                                                                        Fax: DSN 354-6499
Hours: Open 24 Hours a day, 7 days a week & Holidays 8:00am - 6:00pm
                                                                                             CENTRAL PROCESSING FACILITY
(If front desk is closed, please contact Fire Department at DSN 354-6645)
                                                                                             Location: Ledward, Bldg. 215, Rm. 111
                 Phone: CIV 09721-794101, DSN 354-1700
                                                                                 Hours: Mon - Wed & Fri 9:00am - 11:30pm, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
                           Fax: CIV 09721-794745
                                                                                            Thurs 9:00am - 11:30am, 1:00pm - 3:00pm
                       Website: www.armyloding.com
                                                                                                    Phone: DSN 354-6480/6550
                              BURGER KING
                                                                                                        Fax: DSN 354-7089
                           Location: Conn, Bldg. 64
                                                                                         In-processing Training Facility: DSN 354-6922
                     Hours: Mon - Sat 8:00am - 7:00pm
                             Sun 8:00am - 7:00pm
                                                                                              CHECK CONTROL OFFICE
                          Phone: CIV 09721-82287
                                                                                           Location: Ledward, Bldg. 206, Rm. 203
                                                                                    Hours: Mon - Fri 7:30am - 12:00pm, 12:30pm - 4:00pm
                                                                                          Phone: CIV 09721-82589, DSN 354-6271
                                                                                                  Fax: CIV 09721-805396
                                                                        Non Appropriated Funds (NAF)
                                                                             Phone: DSN 354-6444
                 SCHWEINFURT                                           Hours: Mon - Fri 9:30am - 2:30pm
                                                                           CLUB SYSTEM (MWR)
                   PHONE BOOK                                                      Adler Club
                                                                         Location: Ledward, Bldg. 224
                                                            Hours: Mon - Fri 11:00am - 2:00pm, 4:00pm - 10:00pm
      CHECK CONTROL OFFICE: CENTRAL                                       Sat - Sun 9:00am - 10:00pm
   Location: Faulenberg Kaserne, Bldg. 219, Wuerzburg             Phone: CIV 09721-801614, DSN 354-6215
       Phone: CIV 0931-296-4803, DSN 351-4803                                Conn Community Club
                 Fax: CIV 0931-896-7130                                     Location: Conn, Bldg. 90
       CHILD AND YOUTH SERVICES (CYS)                                 Lunch: Mon - Fri 11:00am - 1:30pm
           Administrative Offices (CYS Chief)                         Dinner: Mon - Sat 4:00pm - 10:00pm
          Location: Ledward, Bldg. 206, Rm. 304                         Brunch: Sun 10:00am - 1:30pm
            Hours: Mon - Fri 7:30am - 4:30pm                      Phone: CIV 09721-803201, DSN 353-8398
     Phone: DSN 354-6617 or Chief: DSN 354-6279                             Fax: CIV 09721-805712
                 Fax: CIV 09721-805097                                        Lower Cavern Club
            Child Development Center (CDC)                        Location: Conn, Bldg. 90 (In the basement)
           Location: Askren Manors, Bldg. 503           Hours: Mon - Wed 4:30pm - 11:30pm, Thurs 3:00pm - 11:30pm,
            Hours: Mon - Fri 6:00am - 6:00pm                     Fri 4:30pm - 3:00am & Sat 4:30pm - 1:00am
        Phone: CIV 09721-82984, DSN 354-6281                            COMMANDERS HOTLINE
                Family Child Care (FCC)                          Phone: Civ 09721-96-4800, DSN: 354-4800
          Location: Bldg. 381, Yorktown Village                                COMMISSARY
            Hours: Mon - Fri 8:00am - 5:00pm                                    Askren Manors
               Phone: DSN 354-6551 / 6487                                     Location: Bldg. 502
         School Age Services (SAS): Schweinfurt                    Hours: Tues, Wed, Fri 10:00am - 7:00pm
           Location: Askren Manors, Bldg. 575                              Thurs 10:00am - 8:00pm
     Hours: School Year: Mon - Fri 6:00am - 6:00pm              Sat 10:00am - 6:00pm, Sun 11:00am - 5:00pm
        Phone: CIV 09721-82181, DSN 354-6974                                    Closed: Monday
                                                                  Phone: CIV 09721-802902, DSN 354-6485
              CIVILIAN MISCONDUCT                                                Bad Kissingen
              Location: Bldg. 206, Rm. 105                                 Location: Daley Barracks
           Hours: Mon - Fri 7:30am - 4:30pm               Hours: Tues - Fri 12:00pm - 7:00pm, Sat 10:00am - 4:00pm
                 Phone: DSN 354-6955                               Closed: Sun, Mon, & American Holidays
CIVILIAN PERSONNEL ADVISORY CENTER (CPAC)                                Phone/Fax: CIV 0971-63786
   Location: Bldg. 444, 3rd floor (Above Abrams Club)
                Appropriated Funds (AF)                 COMMUNITY ACTIVITY CENTERS (MWR Recreation)
            Customer Service in Schweinfurt:                       Finney Sports & Leisure Center
          Hours: Wed & Thurs 8:00am - 5:00pm                     Location: Conn, Bldg. 64, Upstairs
        Phone: CIV 09721-85866, DSN 354-1630                     Hours: Mon - Fri 4:00pm - 8:00pm
                   Fax: DSN 354-6443                                 Sat & Sun 2:00pm - 6:00pm
                                                            Phone: CIV 09721-82041, DSN 353-8476/8707
                                                                       Fax: DSN 09721-80428
                                                                       CREDIT UNION: Andrews Federal Credit Union (AFCU)
                       SCHWEINFURT                                                 Location: Ledward, Bldg. 224
                                                                              Hours: Mon - Wed, Fri 9:00am - 4:00pm
                                                                                     Thurs 10:00am - 4:00pm
                        PHONE BOOK                                           Phone: CIV 09721-796860, DSN 354-6891
                                                                                     Fax: CIV 09721-7968610
                                                                          CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION (CID)
                                                                                   Location: Ledward, Bldg. 296
                       Finney Fitness Center
                                                                                 Hours: Mon - Fri 9:00am - 5:00pm
                      Location: Conn, Bldg. 64
                                                                             Phone: DSN 354-6627 / 6628 / 6866 / 6347
               Hours: Mon - Wed, Fri 6:00am - 9:00pm
                                                                              After Duty: DSN 354-6624 (MP Station)
         Thurs 11:00am - 9:00pm, Sat - Sun 9:00am - 5:00pm
                                                                                        Fax: DSN 354-6868
                American Holidays 11:00am - 7:00pm
                       Phone: DSN 353-8234                                               CUSTOMS, 560th MPs
                      Fax: DSN 09721-80428                                                    Investigations:
                       Kessler Fitness Center                            Location: Bldg. 295 (MP Station), Franz Schubert Strasse
                    Location: Ledward, Bldg. 451                         Hours: Mon - Wed , Fri, 9:00am - 12:00pm, 1:00 - 4:00pm
   Hours: Mon - Wed, Fri 6:00am - 9:00pm, Thurs 1:00pm - 9:00pm                              Closed: Thursday
             Sat & American Holidays 11:00am - 7:00pm                                  Phone: DSN 354-6267 / 6607
              Phone: CIV 09721-85077, DSN 354-6735                                    Field Office/Customer Service:
                      Fax: DSN 09721-80428                                                Location: Conn, Bldg. 2
COMMUNITY COUNSELING CENTER (ASAP/Army Substance Abuse                  Hours: Mon - Wed, Fri 8:30am - 11:30am, 1:00pm - 4:30pm
                              Program)                                                    Phone: DSN 353-8349
    Location: Ledward, Bldg. 201, Rm. 20, Health Clinic Basement                            Fax: DSN 353-8347
                  Hours: Mon - Fri 7:30am - 4:30pm                                  **After Hours, see Military Police
          Phone: DSN 354-1710 / 6770, Fax: DSN 354-6633                                     DENTAL CLINIC
                                                                      Location: Ledward, Bldg. 201, Health Clinic Building, 3rd Floor
              COMMUNITY MAIL ROOM (CMR)                                   Hours: Mon - Fri 7:30am - 12:00pm, 1:15pm - 4:15pm
                          Conn, CMR 464                                                Phone: DSN 354-1720 / 6376
                         Location: Bldg. 38                                               Active Duty Sick Call:
                      Phone: DSN 353-8843                                     Hours: 7:15am - 12:00pm and 1:00pm - 4:15pm
                 Hours: Everyday, 6:30am - 8:00pm                                             F/M Sick Call:
   Window Hours: Mon - Wed, Fri 9:00am - 1:00pm, 3:00pm - 5:30pm            Hours: 1:00pm - 2:30pm, If closed, COC, Bldg 206
                     Thurs 12:00pm - 5:30pm                                                   Appointments:
                        Ledward, CMR 457                                                   Hours: Open at 8:30
                        Location: Bldg. 230                                                   Cancellations:
                      Phone: DSN 354-6472                                 Phone: DSN 354-1720 / 6376 (During Business Hours)
             Lobby Hours: Everyday, 6:30am - 8:00pm
   Window Hours: Mon - Wed, Fri 9:00am - 1:00pm, 3:00pm - 5:30pm   DEPUTY INSTALLATION COORDINATOR (DIC) (Detail Requests)
                     Thurs 12:00pm - 5:30pm                                         Location: Ledward, Bldg. 230
                                                                               Hours: Mon - Wed, Fri 9:00am - 5:00pm,
                                                                                       Thurs 9:00am - 3:00pm
                                                                              Phone: CIV 09721-966311, DSN 354-6311
                                                                    DIRECTORATE OF INFORMATION MANAGEMENT: DOIM
                                                                               NETWORK SERVICE CENTER (NSC)
                      SCHWEINFURT                                                        Administrative Office:
                                                                                Location: Ledward, Bldg. 206, Rm. 109
                       PHONE BOOK                                                     Phone: DSN 354-1640 / 6502
                                                                                           Fax: DSN 354-6802
                                                                       Hours: Mon - Wed, Fri 8:00am - 11:30am, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
                                                                                        Thurs 1:00pm - 4:00pm
          DETAIL PLUS: CAR DETAILING SERVICE
                                                                                            Helpdesk Service:
                     Location: Conn, Bldg. 36
                                                                             Military Phone Service: 119 or DSN 354-6390
                 Hours: Mon - Fri 8:00am - 5:30pm
                                                                                               NSC Chief:
                     Phone: Civ 09721-941007
                                                                                         Phone: DSN 354-6686
                     DEUTSCH TELEKOM
                                                                                      Official Mail & Distribution:
                 English Hotline: 0(800) 330-1080
                                                                                         Phone: DSN 354-6818
                 DINING FACILITIES (DFAC)
                                                                         Hours: Mon - Fri 8:30am - 10:00am, 2:00pm - 4:00pm
                             Ledward
                                                                                NETWORK OPERATIONS CENTER
                        Location: Bldg. 212
                                                                                Location: Ledward, Bldg. 206, Room 18
Hours: Mon - Wed, Fri 7:00am - 9:00am, 11:30am - 1:00pm, 4:30pm -
                                                                                   Hours: Mon - Fri 8:00am - 5:00pm
6:00pm Thurs, 5:30am - 7:00am, 12:00pm - 1:30pm, 3:30pm - 5:00pm
                                                                                               Automation:
    Sat-Sun Brunch: 9:30am - 1:00pm, Dinner: 3:30pm - 5:00pm
                                                                                         Phone: DSN 354-6002
                       Phone: DSN 354-6355
                                                                                             Network Mgmt:
                       Conn (1-18 Infantry)
                                                                                         Phone: DSN 354-6998
                        Location: Bldg. 167
     Hours: Mon - Wed, Fri 7:00am - 9:00am, 11:30 - 1:00pm,                DIRECTORATE OF PUBLIC WORKS (DPW)
        4:30pm - 6:00pm, Thurs 5:30am - 7:00am, 12:00pm -                    Location: Franz Schubert Strasse, Bldg. 251
                     1:30pm, 3:30pm - 5:00pm                                     Hours: Mon - Fri 7:30am - 4:00pm
    Sat-Sun Brunch: 9:30am - 1:00pm, Dinner: 3:30pm - 5:00pm                             Fax: DSN 354-6664
                       Phone: DSN 353-8056                                                    Director
                                                                                    Phone: DSN 354-1560 / 6668
                        Conn (1-77 Armor)                                                   Admin Office
                         Location: Bldg. 20                                            Phone: DSN 354-6393
     Hours: Mon - Wed, Fri 7:00am - 9:00am, 11:30 - 1:00pm,                             Building & Grounds
        4:30pm - 6:00pm, Thurs 5:30am - 7:00am, 12:00pm -                              Phone: DSN 354-6451
                     1:30pm, 3:30pm - 5:00pm                                               Budget Branch
    Sat-Sun Brunch: 9:30am - 1:00pm, Dinner: 3:30pm - 5:00pm                           Phone: DSN 354-6207
                       Phone: DSN 353-8261                                        Engineering Plans and Services
                                                                                    Phone: DSN 354-6223 / 6452
DIRECTORATE OF COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES (DCA) All MWR
                                                                                           Environmental
                       Programs
                                                                                       Phone: DSN 354-6795
          Location: Ledward, Bldg. 206, Rm. 304
            Hours: Mon - Fri 8:00am - 5:00pm
                                                                                       Installation Pass Office
                  Phone: DSN 354-6605
                                                                         Hours: Mon - Fri 7:30am - 12:00pm, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
                 Fax: CIV 09721-805097
                                                                                        Phone: DSN 354-6393
                      SCHWEINFURT
                       PHONE BOOK

            Management Engineering Systems Branch
                   Phone: DSN 354-6589

                Recycling Center (Askren Manors)
                      Phone: DSN 354-6406

        Recycling Re-use Hazardous Waste Center (Conn)
                   Phone: DSN 353-8918 / 6735
    Self Help Store (*see SELF-HELP ISSUE POINT / SHIP)
                       Phone: DSN 354-6853
                       S.O.R.T.: (Recycling)
                       Phone: DSN 354-6060

                         Utilities Division
                       Phone: DSN 354-6201
     **Work Orders During Duty Hours: DSN 354-6357 / 6342
**After 4:00pm or in an emergency contact the Fire Department: DSN
                             353-8645

                     DRIVER'S TESTING
                 Location: Ledward, Bldg. 267
                Hours: Mon - Fri 8:00am - 4:30pm
                  Phone: DSN 354-6761 / 6562
                       Fax: DSN 354-6524
                   EDUCATION CENTERS
                              Conn
                        Location: Bldg. 20
                Hours: Mon - Fri 8:00am - 5:00pm
                     Phone: DSN 353-8308
                       Fax: DSN 353-8405
                            Ledward
                       Location: Bldg. 242
                Hours: Mon - Fri 8:00am - 5:00pm
                     Phone: DSN 354-6383
                       Fax: DSN 354-6783
      IMPORTANT
       NUMBERS


BATTALION PHONE ROSTER
        NEEDED
       SEE S-6
              CHAPTER 7                                          ARTICLE # 91
             REFERENCES

                                        INSUBORDINATE CONDUCT TOWARD WARRANT OFFICER,
                                           NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER, OR PETTY OFFICER

• ART # 91

• MIRANDA RIGHTS/ BLANK RIGHT WARNING
  STATEMENT
                                          Any warrant officer or enlisted member who—
• PUNITIVE ARTICLES UCMJ
                                          (1)      Strikes or assualts a warrant officer, noncommissioned
                                          officer, or petty officer, while that officer is in the execution of
• SOURCES OF INFORMATION FOR NCO’S
                                          his office;
• 1 ID RISK ASSESSMENT CARD
                                          (2) Willfully disobeys the lawful order of a warrant officer,
                                          noncommissioned officer, or petty officer; or
• TC 22-6
                                          (3) Treats with contempt or is disrespectful in language or
•WIND CHILL INDEX/ HEAT INDEX
                                          Deportment toward a warrant officer, noncommissioned
                                          officer, or petty officer while that officer is in the execution of
                                          His office;

                                          Shall be punished as a court-martial may direct.
                          MIRANDA RIGHTS                                                            MIRANDA RIGHTS
                        BLANK RIGHT WARNING                                                       BLANK RIGHT WARNING
                             STATEMENT                                                                 STATEMENT

                       VERBAL RIGHTS WARNING
        Inform the person of your official position, the nature of the
                                                                           Make certain the suspect/accused fully understands his/her rights.
      offense(s), and the fact that he/she is suspect/accused. Then read
                                                                           then say:
          him/her the following – do not paraphrase; read verbatim:

`BEFORE I ASK YOU ANY QUESTIONS, YOU MUST UNDERSTAND                       DO YOU WANT A LAWYER AT THIS TIME?
YOUR RIGHT.´
                                                                           AT THIS TIME, ARE YOU WILLING TO DISCUSS THE OFFENSE(S)
1.YOU DO NOT HAVE TO ANSWER MY QUESTIONS OR SAY ANYTHING.                  UNDER INVESTIGATION AND MAKE A STATEMENT WITHOUT
                                                                           TALKING TO A LAWYER AND WITHOUT HAVING A LAWYER
2. ANYTHING YOU SAY OR DO CAN BE USED AS EVIDENCE AGAINST                  PRESENT WITH YOU?
YOU IN A CRIMINAL TRAIL.

3. (for personnel subject to the UCMJ) YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO TALK
PRIVATELY TO A LAWYER BEFORE, DURING, AND AFTER
QUESTIONING AND TO HAVE A LAWYER PRESENT WITH YOU
DURING QUESTIONING. THIS LAWYER CAN BE A CIVILIAN YOU
ARRANGE FOR AT NO EXPENSE TO THE GOVERNMENT OR A MILITARY
LAWYER DETAILED FOR YOU AT NO EXPENSE TO YOU OR
BOTH.

 (for civilian not subject to the UCMJ) YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO TALK
PRIVATELY TO A LAWYER BEFORE, DURING, AND AFTER
QUESTIONING AND TO HAVE A LAWYER PRESENT WITH YOU
DURING QUESTIONING. THIS LAWYER CAN BE ONE YOU ARRANGE
FOR AT YOUR OWN EXPENSE, OR IF YOU CANNOT AFFORD A LAWYER
AND WANT ONE, A LAWYER WILL BE APPOINTED FOR YOU BEFORE
ANY QUESTIONING BEGINS.

4. IF YOU ARE NOW WILLING TO DISCUSS THE OFFENSE(S) UNDER
INVESTIGATION, WITH OR WITHOUT A LAWYER PRESENT, YOU HAVE
A RIGHT TO STOP ANSWERING QUESTIONS AT ANY TIME, OR SPEAK
PRIVATELY WITH A LAWYER BEFORE ANSWERING FURTHER, EVEN IF
YOU SIGN A WAIVER CERTIFICATE.
                                                                                                                      Punitive articles UCMJ

                                                                                          Article 116-Riot or breach of peace
                                                                                          Article 117-Provoking speeches or gestures
                                                                                          Article 118-Murder
                                                                                          Article 119-Manslaughter
                                                                                          Article 120-Rape and carnal knowledge
                             Punitive articles UCMJ                                       Article 121-Larceny and wrongful appropriation
                                                                                          Article 122-Robbery
Article 77- Principals                                                                    Article 123-Forgery
Article 78-Accessory after the fact                                                       Article 123a-Making, Drawing, or uttering check, draft, or order without sufficient
Article 79-Conviction of lesser-included offenses                                         funds
Article 80-Attempts                                                                       Article 124-Maiming
Article 81-Conspiracy                                                                     Article 125-Sodomy
Article 82-Solicitation                                                                   Article 126-Arson
Article 83-Fraudulent enlistment, appointment, or separation                              Article 127-Extortion
Article 84-Effecting unlawful enlistment, appointment, or separation                      Article 128-Assault
Article 85-Desertion                                                                      Article 129-Buglary
Article 86-Absence without leave                                                          Article 130-Housbreaking
Article 87-Missing movement                                                               Article 131-Perjury
Article 88-Contempt toward officials                                                      Article 132-Frauds against the United States
Article 89-Disrespect toward a superior commissioned officer                              Article 133-Conduct unbecoming an officer and gentleman
Article 90-Assaulting or willfully disobeying superior commissioned officer               Article 134-General article
Article 91-Insubordinate conduct toward warrant officer, noncommissioned officer, or      Paragraph 61 -(Abusing public animal)
petty officer                                                                             Paragraph 62 -(Adultery)
Article 92-Failure to obey order or regulation                                            Paragraph 63 -(Assault-incident)
Article 93-Cruelty and maltreatment                                                       Paragraph 64 -(Assault-with intent to commit murder, voluntary
Article 94-Mutiny and sedation                                                                                 manslaughter, rape, robbery, sodomy, arson, burglary, or
Article 95-Resistance, Flight, breach of arrest, and escape                                                    housebreaking)
Article 96-Releasing prisoner without proper authority                                    Paragraph 65 -(Bigamy)
Article 97-Unlawful detention                                                             Paragraph 66 -(Bribery and graft)
Article 98-Noncompliance with procedural rules                                            Paragraph 67 -(Burning with intent to defraud)
Article 99-Misbehavior before the enemy                                                   Paragraph 68 -(Check, worthless, making and uttering-by dishonorably
Article 100-Subordinate compelling surrender                                                                   failing to maintain funds)
Article 101-Improper use of countersign                                                   Paragraph 69 -(Cohabitation, wrongful)
Article 102-Forcing a safeguard                                                           Paragraph 70 -(Correctional custody-offenses against)
Article 103-Captured or abandoned property                                                Paragraph 71 -(Debt, dishonorably failing to pay)
Article 104-Aiding the enemy                                                              Paragraph 72 -(Disloyal statements)
Article 105-Misconduct as a prisoner                                                      Paragraph 73 -(Disorderly conduct, drunkenness)
Article 106-Spies                                                                         Paragraph 74 -(Drinking liquor with prisoner)
Article 106a-Espionage                                                                    Paragraph 75 -(Drunk prisoner)
Article 107-False official statements                                                     Paragraph 76 -(Drunkenness-incapacitation for performance of duties
Article 108-Military property of the United States-sale, loss, damage, destruction, or                         through prior wrongful indulgence in intoxicating liquor or any
wrongful disposition                                                                                           drug)
Article 109-Property other than military property of the United States-waste, spoilage,   Paragraph 77 -(False or unauthorized pass offenses)
or destruction                                                                            Paragraph 78 –(False pretenses, obtaining services under)
Article 110-Improper hazarding of vessel                                                  Paragraph 79 – (False swearing)
Article 111-Drunken or reckless operation of vehicle, aircraft, or vessel                 Paragraph 80 –(Firearm, discharging – through negligence)
Article 112-Drunk on duty                                                                 Paragraph 81 – (Firearm, discharging – willfully, under such circumstances as to
Article 112a-Wrongful use, possession, etc., of controlled substances                     endanger human life)
Article 113-Misbehaving of sentinel or lookout                                            Paragraph 82 – (Fleeing scene of accident)
Article 114-Dueling                                                                       Paragraph 83 – (Fraternization)
Article 115-Malingering
                            Punitive articles UCMJ
Article 134
           Paragraph 84 – (Gambling with subordinate)
           Paragraph 85 – (Homicide, negligent)
           Paragraph 86 – (Impersonating a commissioned, warrant,
           noncommissioned, or petty officer, or an agent of official)
           Paragraph 87 – (Indecent acts of liberties with a child)
           Paragraph 88 – (Indecent exposure)
           Paragraph 89 – (Indecent language)
           Paragraph 90 – (Indecent acts with another)
           Paragraph 91 – (Jumping from vessel into the water)
           Paragraph 92 – (Kidnapping)
           Paragraph 93 – (Mail: taking, opening, secreting, destroying, or stealing)
           Paragraph 94 – (Mails: depositing or causing to be deposited obscene
           matters in)
           Paragraph 95 – (Misprison of serious offense)
           Paragraph 96 – (Obstructing justice)
           Paragraph 97 – (Pandering and prostitution)
           Paragraph 98 – (Perjury: subornation of)Paragraph 99 – (Public record:
           altering, concealing, removing, mutilating, obliterating, or destroying)
           Paragraph 100 – (Quarantine: medicle, breaking)
           Paragraph 101 – (Requesting commission of an offence)
           Paragraph 102 – (Restriction, breaking)
           Paragraph 103 – (Seizure: destruction, removal, or disposal of property to
           prevent)
           Paragraph 104 – (Sentinel or lookout: offences against or by)
           Paragraph 105 – (Soliciting another to commit an offense)
           Paragraph 106 – (Stolen property: knowingly receiving, buying, concealing)
           Paragraph 107 – (Straggling)
           Paragraph 108 – (Testify: wrongful refusal)
           Paragraph 109 – (Threat or hoax: bomb)
           Paragraph 110 – (Threat, communicating)
           Paragraph 111 – (Unlawful entry)
           Paragraph 112 – (Weapon: concealed, carrying)
           Paragraph 113 – (Wearing unauthorized insignia, decoration, badge,
           ribbon, device, or lapel button)
                   NCO                                           NCO
                SOURCES OF                                    SOURCES OF
               INFORMATION                                   INFORMATION

NCO CREED                     TC 22-6         COMMAND POLICY                AR 600-20

NBC                           FM 3-87         EQUAL OPPORTUNITY             AR 600-20

FIRST AID                     FM 21-11        CUSTOMS AND COURTESIES        AR 600-25

PHYSICAL TRAINING             FM 21-20        ENLISTED PERS. MANAGEMENT     AR 600-200

MAP READING-LAND NAVIGATION   FM 3-25.26      UNFAVORABLE ACTION INFO       AR 600-37

MILITARY LEADERSHIP           FM 22-100       STANDARDS OF CONDUCT          AR 600-50

SOLDIER TEAM DEVELOPMENT      FM 22-102       SEL. FOR TNG & ASSIGNMENT     AR 614-200

DRILL AND CEREMONIES          FM 22-5         CONTINUING EDUCATION          AR 621-5

GUARD DUTY                    FM 22-6         ENLISTED EVAL REP SYSTEM      AR 623-205

INDIVIDUAL WEAPONS            FM 23-9,23-31   INDIVIDUAL PERSONNEL SYSTEM   AR 640-10

TRAINING THE FORCE            FM 7-0          PHOTO’S FOR PERSONNEL         AR 640-30

BATTLE FOCUS TRAINING         FM 7-1          WEAR OF THE UNIFORM           AR 670-1

LEGAL GUIDE FOR CDRS          FM 27-1         MILITARY AWARDS               AR 672-5-1

UCMJ                          AR 27-10        MILITARY PERSONNEL ORG.       AR 680-29

CODE OF CONDUCT               AR 350-30       ENLISTED CAREER MANAGEMENT    DA CIR 611-82-3

NCO PROFESSIONAL DEVELOP.     AR 350-17       NCO EVAL. REPORTING SYSTEM    DA CIR 623-88-1

IND. MIL. EDUCATION & TNG     AR 351-1        NCOER SYSTEM ―IN BRIEF‖       DA PAM 623-205

CORRESPONDANCE PROGRAM        AR 351-20       MIL. PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT     DA PAM 600-8

WEIGHT CONTROL                AR 600-9        USAREUR TRAINING DIRECTIVE    USAREUR R350-1
                    CONN – LEDWARD
                     SHUTTLE BUS

                                                                    CONSOLIDATED CONN - LEDWARD AND BAD
                                                                     KISSINGEN WEEKEND AND US HOLIDAYS
                                                                                  SHUTTLE
                CONN LEDWARD - WEEKDAY SHUTTLE                    CONN BUS STOP I    900           1200               1500
                       ASKREN LEDWARD                            CONN BUS STOP II    902           1202               1502
       CONN BKS                                CONN BKS
                       MANORS    BKS                             CONN BUS STOP III   904           1204               1504
        DEPART                                  ARRIVE           ASKREN MANORS       910           1210               1510
0630     0632    0635   0640     0650     0700   0703     0705     LEDWARD MAIN      915           1215               1515
0700     0702    0705   0710     0720     0730   0733     0735   CONN BUS STOP II    925           1225               1525
0730     0732    0735   0740     0750     0800   0803     0805   CONN BUS STOP III   927           1227               1527
0800     0802    0805   0810     0820     0830   0833     0835    PFERSDORF B19      932           1232               1532
0830     0832    0835   0840     0850     0900   0903     0905      OERLENBACH       935           1235               1535
0900     0902    0905   0910     0920     0930   0933     0935      ARNSHAUSEN       945           1245               1545
0930     0932    0935   0940     0950     1000   1003     1005     BAD KISSINGEN     955           1255               1555
1030     1032    1035   1040     1050     1100   1103     1105      ARNSHAUSEN      1005           1305               1605
1100     1102    1105   1110     1120     1130   1133     1135      OERLENBACH      1012           1312               1612
1130     1132    1135   1140     1150     1200   1203     1205    PFERSDORF B19     1015           1315               1615
1200     1202    1205   1210     1220     1230   1233     1235    POPPENHAUSEN      1017           1317               1617
1230     1232    1235   1240     1250     1300   1303     1305      KRONUNGEN -     1019           1319               1619
1300     1302    1305   1310     1320     1330   1333     1335   CONN BUS STOP I    1027           1327               1627
1330     1332    1335   1340     1350     1400   1403     1405   CONN BUS STOP II   1028           1328               1628
1430     1432    1435   1440     1450     1500   1503     1505   CONN BUS STOP III  1030           1330               1630
1500     1502    1505   1510     1520     1530   1533     1535     LEDWARD MAIN     1040           1340               1640
1600     1602    1605   1610     1620     1630   1633     1635   ASKREN MANORS      1045           1345               1645
1700     1702    1705   1710     1720     1730   1733     1735   CONN BUS STOP III  1055           1355               1655
1900     1902    1905   1910     1920     1930   1933     1935   CONN BUS STOP II   1058           1358               1658
2000     2002    2005   2010     2020     2030   2033     2035   CONN BUS STOP I    1100           1400               1700
2100     2102    2105   2110     2120     2130   2133     2135                DEPARTURES WEEKEND AND US HOLIDAY
2200     2202    2205   2210     2220     2230   2233     2235




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