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721-303-05

U.S. ARMY COMBINED ARMS SUPPORT COMMAND 88M30 MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR, BNCOC COURSE ADVANCE SHEET Motor Transport Vehicle Familiarization I. II. III. OBJECTIVE: The student will become familiar with the characteristics, components, capabilities, limitations, and application of several M-series tactical motor vehicles. STUDENT PREPARATION: In preparation for this class, each student must skim the Vehicle Familiarization Guide and the Student Guide. ACTION: As a result of this instruction, the student will: A. Be familiar with the characteristics, components, and operation of the Heavy Equipment Transporter System (HETS) family of vehicles. B. Be familiar with the characteristics, components, and operation of the Light Medium Tactical Vehicle (LMTV) family. C. Be familiar with the characteristics, components, and operation of the Medium Tactical Vehicle (MTV) family. D. Be familiar with the characteristics, components, and operation of vehicles in the M939 series. E. Be familiar with the characteristics, components, and operation of the Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck (HEMTT) family of vehicles. F. Be familiar with the characteristics, components, and operation of the High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) series. G. Be familiar with the characteristics, components, and operation of the Palletized Load System (PLS). IV. V. REQUIREMENTS: Bring Vehicle Familiarization Guide and Student Guide to class. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: Vehicle Familiarization Guide

721-306-22

U.S. ARMY COMBINED ARMS SUPPORT COMMAND 88M30 MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR, BNCOC COURSE ADVANCE SHEET Vehicle Services Preparation I. OBJECTIVE: The student will prepare a vehicle for scheduled service by supervising personnel performing Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS), cleaning the vehicle and undercarriage, and completing all necessary documents in accordance with DA PAM 738-750. STUDENT PREPARATION: In preparation for this class, each student must skim DA PAM 738-750 and the Student Guide. ACTION: As a result of this instruction, the student will: A. Supervise vehicle Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS). B. Supervise personnel cleaning vehicles in preparation for vehicle service. C. Supervise personnel completing vehicle maintenance forms and records. IV. V. REQUIREMENTS: Bring Student Guide to class. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: Excerpt 1: Cleaning Instructions and Precautions Excerpt 2: Equipment Inspection and Maintenance Worksheet (DA Form 2404) Excerpt 3: Sample of a Completed DA Form 2408-14 Excerpt 4: Sample of a Completed DD Form 314

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721-308-07

U.S. ARMY COMBINED ARMS SUPPORT COMMAND 88M30 MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR, BNCOC COURSE ADVANCE SHEET Single Channel Ground/Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS) Operation I. II. III. OBJECTIVE: The student will operate a SINCGARS-V radio in the single channel and substation frequency hopping secure modes. STUDENT PREPARATION: In preparation for this class, each student must skim the Student Guide. ACTION: As a result of this instruction, the student will: A. Be familiar with the features of the SINCGARS Receiver-Transmitter (RT). B. Prepare a SINCGARS manpack for operation. C. Perform before-operations Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) on the SINCGARS radio. D. Load and operate a SINCGARS radio in Single Channel (SC) mode. E. Load and operate a SINCGARS radio in Frequency Hopping (FH) mode. F. Close the SC or FH net. IV. V. REQUIREMENTS: Bring Student Guide to class. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: Student Handout # 1: SINCGARS-V Radio Operation Safety Warning Excerpt 1: Jamming and Antijamming

721-315-07

U.S. ARMY COMBINED ARMS SUPPORT COMMAND 88M30 MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR, BNCOC COURSE ADVANCE SHEET Operate Global Positioning System (GPS) I. OBJECTIVE: The student will operate the Global Position System (GPS), given a Precision Lightweight GPS Receiver (PLGR), KYK-13 with Crypto, external antenna, external antenna cable, and power adapter. STUDENT PREPARATION: In preparation for this class, each student must skim the Student Guide. ACTION: As a result of this instruction, the student will: A. Prepare the PLGR for operation. B. Read the PLGR display. C. Perform PLGR operations. IV. V. REQUIREMENTS: Bring Student Guide to class. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: None.

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721-310-04

U.S. ARMY COMBINED ARMS SUPPORT COMMAND 88M30 MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR, BNCOC COURSE ADVANCE SHEET Supervise Truck Terminal/Trailer Transfer Point (TT/TTP) Operations I. II. OBJECTIVE: The student will supervise TT/TTP operations. STUDENT PREPARATION: In preparation for this class, each student must skim FM 55-30, 4-12 through 4-18; STP 55-88M34-SM-TG, Task Number 551-721-3354; and the Student Guide. ACTION: As a result of this instruction, the student will: A. Make sure appropriate personnel operate the TT. B. Check continuous movement of vehicles/semitrailers from terminal to adjacent support activity and back to the terminal so that delay in shuttle tractor time is minimized, and semitrailers are prepared and marshaled for advance movement. C. Ensure TT operating personnel maintain records for information on relevant TT activities. D. Check maintenance services at the terminal. E. Direct personnel on roving patrols. IV. V. REQUIREMENTS: Bring STP 55-88M34-SM-TG and Student Guide to class. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: Excerpt 1: Trailer Receipt (DA Form 1317-R) Excerpt 2: Daily Yard Check (DA Form 1318-R) Excerpt 3: Daily Outgoing Trailer Report (DA Form 1319-R) Excerpt 4: Weekly Trailer Location Report (DA FORM 1320-R)

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721-311-08

U.S. ARMY COMBINED ARMS SUPPORT COMMAND 88M30 MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR, BNCOC COURSE ADVANCE SHEET Fuel Loading/Transporting/Dispensing I. II. OBJECTIVE: The student will supervise loading, transporting, and dispensing of fuel from petroleum-type vehicles. STUDENT PREPARATION: In preparation for this class, each student must skim FM 10-71, Chapter 3; STP 55-88M34-SM-TG, Task Number 101-519-2311; and the Student Guide. ACTION: As a result of this instruction, the student will: A. Inform personnel of safety precautions. B. Observe the loading operations. C. Observe the dispensing operations. D. Take corrective measures as necessary. IV. V. REQUIREMENTS: Bring STP 55-88M34-SM-TG and Student Guide to class. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: Student Handout #1: Data on Safety Precautions Excerpt 1: Fuel Flow Diagrams Excerpt 2: Safety, Quality Surveillance, and Maintenance

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721-366-10

U.S. ARMY COMBINED ARMS SUPPORT COMMAND 88M30 MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR, BNCOC COURSE ADVANCE SHEET Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck (HEMTT) Crane Operation and Safety I. II. OBJECTIVE: The student will supervise HEMTT crane operation. STUDENT PREPARATION: In preparation for this class, each student must skim FM 21-305, Chapter 18; STP 55-88M34-SM-TG, Task Number 551-721-3340; TC 21-305-1, Chapter 7; TM 9-2320-279-10-1; and the Student Guide. ACTION: As a result of this instruction, the student will: A. Prepare the crane for use. B. Set up outriggers C. Raise the boom to operating position. D. Rotate and telescope the boom. E. Raise and lower the load. F. Shut down the crane. G. Stow the outriggers. IV. V. REQUIREMENTS: Bring STP 55-88M34-SM-TG and Student Guide to class. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: Student Handout #1: Supervisor Check List for M977/M985 HEMTT Crane Operation Student Handout #2: Crane Operating Safety Rules

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721-313-10

U.S. ARMY COMBINED ARMS SUPPORT COMMAND 88M30 MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR, BNCOC COURSE ADVANCE SHEET Self-Recovery Operations I. II. OBJECTIVE: The student will supervise vehicle self-recovery and winch operations and recover the vehicle. STUDENT PREPARATION: In preparation for this class, each student must skim FM 20-22; FM 21-305, Chapter 22; STP 55-88M34-SM-TG, Task Numbers 551-721-3338 and 551-721-3339; and the Student Guide. ACTION: As a result of this instruction, the student will: A. Supervise the use of a tow chain to tow a wheeled vehicle. B. Supervise the use of a tow bar to tow a wheeled vehicle. C. Supervise anchoring vehicles by constructing a deadman anchor. D. Supervise the construction of a picket holdfast anchor. E. Direct the construction of a sand parachute. F. Direct the construction of a scotch anchor. G. Direct man power recovery. H. Direct A-frame recovery. I. Make sure the operator prepares for winch operations. J. Make sure the operator unwinds the winch cables. K. Make sure the operator rigs the cable to the mired vehicle correctly. L. Check to see if the operator is ready to start pulling the mired vehicle. IV. V. REQUIREMENTS: Bring STP 55-88M34-SM-TG and Student Guide to class. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: Student Handout #1: Vehicle Recovery Safety Rules

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721-301-03

U.S. ARMY COMBINED ARMS SUPPORT COMMAND 88M30 MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR, BNCOC COURSE ADVANCE SHEET Prepare a Strip Map I. II. III. OBJECTIVE: The student will prepare a strip map to include start, check, and release points and any other critical points. STUDENT PREPARATION: In preparation for this class, each student must skim STP 55-88M34-SM-TG, Task Number 551-721-3359; and the Student Guide. ACTION: As a result of this instruction, the student will: A. Plot route of movement based on map reconnaissance. B. Mark the Start Point (SP) and Release Point (RP). C. Mark the checkpoints and phase lines when required. D. Mark the bridges, tunnels, road junctions, and city, town, or highway intersections where passage could be confusing. E. Mark the distance between critical points. F. Orient the strip map with a grid North symbol labeled N. G. Label the strip map with the route name. IV. V. REQUIREMENTS: Bring STP 55-88M34-SM-TG and Student Guide to class. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: Excerpt 1: Strip Map Symbols Excerpt 2: Multiple Routes Strip Map Excerpt 3: Single Route Strip Map Excerpt 4: Sketch Route Strip Map

721-309-04

U.S. ARMY COMBINED ARMS SUPPORT COMMAND 88M30 MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR, BNCOC COURSE ADVANCE SHEET Perform as a Serial/March Unit Commander I. II. OBJECTIVE: The student will perform duties as a serial/march unit commander. STUDENT PREPARATION: In preparation for this class, each student must skim FM 55-30, Chapters 5 and 9; FM 55-312, Chapters 1 and 2; STP 55-88M34-SM-TG, Task Number 551-721-3348; and the Student Guide. ACTION: As a result of this instruction, the student will: A. Perform predeparture checks and duties. B. Enforce correct driving procedures while convoy is underway. C. Perform at-halt checks and duties. D. Perform all required checks and duties at release point. IV. V. REQUIREMENTS: Bring STP 55-88M34-SM-TG and Student Guide to class. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: None.

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721-305-06

U.S. ARMY COMBINED ARMS SUPPORT COMMAND 88M30 MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR. BNCOC COURSE ADVANCE SHEET Convoy Defense Operations I. II. OBJECTIVE: The student will direct convoy defense operations, conduct Fire For Effect (FFE) mission, and request Close Air Support (CAS). STUDENT PREPARATION: In preparation for this class, each student must skim FM 55-30, Chapter 6; STP 55-88M34-SM-TG, Task Numbers 551-721-3352, 061-283-1051, and 061-284-3030; and the Student Guide. ACTION: As a result of this instruction, the student will: A. Review appropriate alarm signals, instructions for action to take when under attack, and actions to take in the absence of orders with convoy personnel. B. Use passive defense. C. Determine passive reaction to attack. D. Use active defense firing position. E. Direct small arms air defense tips. F. Direct artillery/Close Air Support (CAS). G. Reduce casualties. H. Direct defense against sniper fire. I. Direct actions to avoid and minimize ambushes. J. Direct actions for ambush (road not blocked). K. Direct actions for ambush (road impassable). L. Direct actions against mines and booby traps. M. Direct actions against Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) attacks. N. Announce coordinates for a FFE mission within 150 meters of actual target location.

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721-305-06

O. Announce correct call for fire. P. Obtain the company commanders approval before submitting CAS request. Q. Prepare CAS request with standard elements. R. Transmit coordinates within 250 meters of the actual location. S. Use Command Fire (CF) net or any communications means available to transmit CAS request. IV. V. REQUIREMENTS: Bring STP 55-88M34-SM-TG and Student Guide to class. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: None.

721-355-05

U.S. ARMY COMBINED ARMS SUPPORT COMMAND 88M30 MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR, BNCOC COURSE ADVANCE SHEET Directing the Crossing of Contaminated Area I. II. OBJECTIVE: The student will conduct a convoy in a Nuclear, Biological, and/or Chemical (NBC) environment and supervise subsequent vehicle decontamination. STUDENT PREPARATION: In preparation for this class, each student must skim FM 21-305, 20-10 through 20-16; STP 21-24-SMCT, 5-37; STP 55-88M34-SM-TG, Task Numbers 551-721-3350 and 551-721-3351; and the Student Guide. ACTION: As a result of this instruction, the student will: A. Direct the drivers to stop the vehicles and put on protective mask with hood and protective clothing before entering a contaminated area B. Make sure drivers take appropriate actions after entering a contaminated area. C. Supervise vehicle decontamination. D. Supervise decontamination of equipment. E. Supervise decontamination of optical instruments. F. Supervise decontamination of communication equipment. IV. V. REQUIREMENTS: Bring STP 55-88M34-SM-TG and Student Guide to class. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: None.

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721-318-10

U.S. ARMY COMBINED ARMS SUPPORT COMMAND 88M30 MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR, BNCOC COURSE ADVANCE SHEET Base of Operations I. OBJECTIVE: The student will perform the duties of a truck squad leader in a motor transportation unit to include preparing, implementing, and defending a base of operations. STUDENT PREPARATION: In preparation for this class, each student must skim FM 55-30, Chapter 8; STP 55-88M34-SM-TG, Task Numbers 551-721-3357 and 551-7213358; and the Student Guide. ACTION: As a result of this instruction, the student will: A. Perform map reconnaissance to select a possible site. B. Conduct ground reconnaissance. C. Brief unit commander and advance party on ground reconnaissance findings. D. Dispatch an advance party consisting of appropriate personnel. E. Clear the area of dangers. F. Check the general layout of the base of operations. G. Set up a light security screen around the perimeter. H. Designate each section representative to mark off their designated areas. I. Mark the road and trails for one-way traffic. J. Check each sections location to see that it is marked off for proper size and location. K. Direct the main body vehicles for parking as they arrive at each designated area. L. Establish base security elements. M. Control/minimize vehicle and personnel movement. N. Establish base communications.

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721-318-10

O. Ensure passive defense measures are followed. P. Ensure the two-stage alert system is understood. Q. Ensure guidelines for firing on the enemy are understood. R. Ensure counterattacks are carried out, when necessary. S. Ensure appropriate actions are taken when withdrawing. T. Clear base accordingly when the mission is over. IV. V. REQUIREMENTS: Bring STP 55-88M34-SM-TG and Student Guide to class. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: Excerpt 1: Operating Base Area Requirements, Motor Transport Service Units

CAS-003-01

U.S. ARMY COMBINED ARMS SUPPORT COMMAND 88M30 MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR, BNCOC COURSE ADVANCE SHEET Force XXI I. II. III. OBJECTIVE: The student will describe the Force XXI concept. STUDENT PREPARATION: In preparation for this class, each student must skim the Student Guide. ACTION: As a result of this instruction, the student will: A. Define Force XXI. B. Explain why the Force XXI initiative was established. C. Name the primary goals established for Force XXI. D. State the three areas of great importance to the future of Force XXI. IV. V. REQUIREMENTS: Bring Student Guide to class. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: None.

CAS-001-01

U.S. ARMY COMBINED ARMS SUPPORT COMMAND 88M30 MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR, BNCOC COURSE ADVANCE SHEET Split-Base Operations I. II. III. OBJECTIVE: The student will describe the purpose and uses of Corps Materiel Management Center (CMMC) Split-Base Operations. STUDENT PREPARATION: In preparation for this class, each student must skim the Student Guide. ACTION: As a result of this instruction, the student will: A. Define CMMC Split-Base Operations. B. Identify the features of the CMMC Split-Base Operations concept. C. Identity the need for CMMC Split-Base Operations. D. Identify the benefits of CMMC Split-Base Operations. IV. V. REQUIREMENTS: Bring Student Guide to class. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: None.

CAS-004-01

U.S. ARMY COMBINED ARMS SUPPORT COMMAND 88M30 MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR, BNCOC COURSE ADVANCE SHEET In-Transit Visibility (ITV) I. II. III. OBJECTIVE: The student will describe ITV, its component hardware, and its execution. STUDENT PREPARATION: In preparation for this class, each student must skim the Student Guide. ACTION: As a result of this instruction, the student will: A. Define ITV and explain ITVs criticality to logistics planning. B. Describe the hardware/components of ITV. C. Identify/explain how the components interrelate. D. Describe how ITV will interface with current Standard Army Management Information Systems (STAMISs). E. Describe ITVs effects on current and future policy. IV. V. REQUIREMENTS: Bring Student Guide to class. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: None.

CAS-002-01

U.S. ARMY COMBINED ARMS SUPPORT COMMAND 88M30 MOTOR TRANSPORT OPERATOR, BNCOC COURSE ADVANCE SHEET Modularity I. II. III. OBJECTIVE: The student will be able to respond rapidly and successfully to a wide range of global uncertainties employing the methodology of modularity. STUDENT PREPARATION: In preparation for this class, each student must skim the Student Guide. ACTION: As a result of this instruction, the student will: A. Define Modularity. B. Describe the tenets of Modularity. C. Explain how threat activity effects Modularity. D. Explain the approaches to Modularity. E. List the deployment considerations for Modularity. F. Describe leader development for Modularity. IV. V. REQUIREMENTS: Bring Student Guide to class. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: None.