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  1. Define Map
    A graphic representation of the Earths Surface, drawn to scale as seen from above
  2. PRT secondary goal
    • -instill confidence
    • -develop teamwork
    • -integrate aggressiveness
  3. POWER
    • Prepare
    • Organize
    • Work at controlling time
    • Evaluate
    • Rethink
  4. How is a casualty evaluated?
    • 1- set up security
    • 2- responsiveness
    • 3- breathing
    • 4- pulse
    • 5- bleeding
    • 6- shock
    • 7- fracture
    • 8- burns
    • 9- possible concussions
  5. SMART goals
    • Specific
    • Measurable
    • Attainable
    • Realistic
    • Time-bound
  6. Army Values
    • Loyalty
    • Duty
    • Respect
    • Selfless Service
    • Honor
    • Integrity
    • Personnel Courage
  7. METT TC
    • Mission
    • Enemy
    • Time
    • Troops
    • Terrain
    • Civilians
  8. 5 Paragraphs of an OPORD
    • Situation
    • Mission
    • Execution
    • Sustainment
    • Command & Signal
  9. Troop Leading Procedures
    • 1- Receive Mission
    • 2- Issue out a WARNO
    • 3- Make a Tentative Plan
    • 4- Initiate Movement
    • 5- Conduct Recon
    • 6- Complete Plan
    • 7- Issue out an Order
    • 8- Supervise and Refine
  10. Principles of Training
    • 1- Commanders and other leaders are responsible for training
    • 2- Noncommisioned Officer train individuals, crews, and small teams
    • 3- Train as you will fight
    • 4- Train to standard
    • 5- Train to sustain
    • 6- Conduct Multi-echelon & current training
    • 7- Train to develop agile leaders & organizations
  11. What does sustainment training do?
    • 1- trains on tasks, which build on skills mastered by the soldier, leader, and units
    • 2- uses opportunity training to constantly hone proficiency on known tasks
  12. What is the goal of PRT?
    Develop soldiers who are physically capable and ready to perform their duty assignment or combat role to aid in continuance of of good health & fitness through exercise
  13. OPORD
    • Directive issued by a commander to subordinate commander
    • -an executable plane that directs a unit to conduct a military operation
  14. FRAGO
    • An abbreviated form of an order issued on a day to day basis in order to eliminate the the need to reinstate information
    • -issued after an order to change an order to execute
  15. Order
    Communication that is written or oral or by signal, which convey instructions from a superior to the subordinate
  16. Contour Lines
    Imaginary lines on the ground connecting equal elevation representing high or low ground
  17. Purpose of Drill
    To enable a commander or NCO to move his units to move his units from one place to another; to aid in disciplinary training by instilling habitsof precission and response to the leaders orders, and to provide the development of all soldiers in the practice of commanding troops
  18. Positions of Rest
    • Parade Rest
    • Rest
    • At Ease
    • Stand At Ease
  19. Two part of a Command
    • Preparatory Command
    • Command of Execution
  20. Colors of a Map
    • -Black: man made features
    • -Red populated cultural features and boundaries
    • -Brown: relief features, cultivated land
    • -Red/Brown: cultural features, and relief features as well as elevation spots
    • -Green: vegetation of military importance
    • -Blue: hydrophilic features
  21. What attributes does a leader have?
    • 1- a leader of presence
    • 2- a leader of character
    • 3- a leader with intellectual capacity
  22. 3 Types of Movements Across the Field
    • High Crawl - Cover and concealment when there is more than 1 ft of concealment (speed)
    • Low Crawl - cover and concealment less than one foot
    • Rush - no cover, fast, 3-5 seconds
  23. What weapons does the fire team members hold?
    • Automatic rifleman: M-249 "SAW"
    • Grenadier: M-203 grenadier
    • Rifle Man: M-4, M-16
  24. 3 Phase of PRT
    • 1- conditioning
    • 2- toughening
    • 3- sustaining
  25. Terrain Features
    • Major:
    • -hill
    • -valley
    • -ridge
    • -saddle
    • -depression

    • Minor
    • -cliff
    • -draw
    • -spur

    • Supplementary
    • -cut
    • -fill
  26. Roll of a Team Leader
    • -maneuver a team
    • -trains team
    • -soldier and equipment accountability & serviceability
  27. Roll of a Squad Leader
    • -maneuvers squad
    • -trains squad
    • -manage logistics/ administrative requirements
    • -soldier / weapon accountability
    • -responsible for submitting awards, checking weapon functionality, as well as welfare of soldiers as well as their family
  28. SPORTS
    • Slap
    • Pull
    • Observe
    • Release
    • Tap
    • Pull
    • Squeeze
  29. Commands to get into rectangular formation
    • -fall in
    • -extend the left march
    • -arm downward move
    • -left face
    • -extend to the march
    • -arms downward move
    • -right face
    • -from front to rear count off
    • -even numbers to the left uncover
  30. 3 Categories of Heat Injuries
    • Heat Stroke
    • Heat Exhaustion
    • Heat Cramp
  31. How do you apply a tourniquet?
    • Rap the tourniquet a couple inches above the major wound
    • Tighten the tourniquet
    • Mark the forehead with a T and the time if possible
  32. Signs of Heat Exhuastion
    • Excessive Sweating / Pale Skin
    • Headache
    • Dizziness
    • Loss of Appetite
    • Chills Confusion
    • Rapid Breathing
    • Hand / Feet Tingling
    • Nausea
  33. What kind of training motivates soldiers?
    Training that is intense, realistic, tough, and mentally and physically challenging
  34. Symptoms of Shock
    • Clammy Skin
    • Restlessness
    • Thirst
    • Loss of Blood
    • Confusion
    • Fast Breathing
    • Blotchy / Blueish Skin
    • Perspires Freely
    • May Pass Out
    • Nausea
  35. Leadership
    The process of influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation while operating to accomplish the mission and improve the orginization
  36. Core Leader Competencies
    • -Lead: extend influence beyond the chain of command / lead by example
    • -Develop: creates a positive environment / and prepares self as well as team
    • -Achieve: gets results
  37. Purpose of an AAR
    The purpose is to increase and reinforce learning, as well as help identify and deficiencies and seek solutions
  38. Signs of Heat Stroke
    • Red hot skin
    • Seizure
    • Weakness
    • Dizziness
    • Nausea
    • Stomach pain
    • Weak or rapid pulse
    • Unconsciousness
    • Headache
    • Confusion
  39. How do you check for consciousness?
    • Alert
    • Verbal
    • Pain
    • Unconsciousness
  40. Define Azimuth
    A horizontal angle measured in a clockwise manner from a north base line expressing direction
  41. Treatment of Shock
    • Position the casualty on back
    • Elevate the legs
    • Loosen clothing
    • Climitize
    • Reassure
    • Notify medical personnel
  42. WARNO
    • A preliminary notice of an order or action to follow
    • -helps prepare new missions
    • -notifies of enemy situation, higher headquarter mission, commanders intent, service support instructions
  43. SALUTE
    • Size
    • Activity
    • Location
    • Time
    • Equipment
  44. OAKOC
    • Observation / field of fire
    • Avenue of approach
    • Key terrain
    • Obstacles
    • Cover and concealment
  45. 10 PRT Exercises
    • Bend and Reach
    • Rear Lunge
    • High Jumper
    • Rower
    • Squat Bender
    • Windmill
    • Forward Lunge
    • Prone Row
    • Bent Leg Body twist
    • Push Up
  46. Recovery Drills
    • Overhead Arm Pull
    • Rear Lunge
    • Extended Flex
    • Thigh Stretch
    • Single Leg Over

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