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UNIT STANDING OPERATING
PROCEDURES (VOL 1) AND
TACTICAL AIDE MEMOIRE (VOL
2)
(V2.4 ENGLISH)
(Supersedes existing USOPs and TAMs and becomes efective upon receipt.)
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UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
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Defence
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UNIT STANDING OPERATING
PROCEDURES (VOL 1)
(V2.4 ENGLISH)
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UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
FOREWORD
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART 1 - COMD.........................................................................................................1-1
USOP 101 - CO DISCRETION..........................................................................................1-1
(+(.+( & /en........................................................................................................................................ (&(
(+(.+- & to (+(.(+ > Unit !O "iscretion............................................................................................... (&(
UNIT ORG..................................................................................................................... 1-2
(+(.+' & 7; Org > Siting and 0a#out.................................................................................................... (&-
(+(.+< & 7; Protection......................................................................................................................... (&'
(+(.+= & 7; Mov.................................................................................................................................. (&<
(+(.+% & 7; 6outine............................................................................................................................. (&=
USOP 102 - STAFF RESPONSIBILITIES % ORG.................................................................1-&
(+-.+( & !O and Staf 6esponsibi?ities > @e# Pers................................................................................(&=
(+-.+- & "o 0og A 8ar "iar#................................................................................................................ (&%
(+-.+' & Tac Org................................................................................................................................... (&*
USOP 103 - STEP UP PROCEDURE..................................................................................1-'
(+'.+- & "istr o Staf........................................................................................................................... (&)
USOP 104 - UNIT INTEGRAL SVC SP ELM........................................................................1-(
(+<.+( & /en........................................................................................................................................ (&)
USOP 10& - COMD RELATIONSHIPS................................................................................1-10
(+=.+( & 4ATO and !A !omd 6e?ationship......................................................................................... (&(+
(+=.+- & A?tn !omd Procedures......................................................................................................... (&((
(+=.+' & Tac /p.................................................................................................................................. (&((
USOP 10) - OP REPORTING...........................................................................................1-12
USOP 10* - STATES OF READINESS................................................................................1-13
USOP 10' - RULES OF ENGAGEMENT (ROE)....................................................................1-13
(+*.+( & /en...................................................................................................................................... (&('
(+*.+- & 6esponsibi?it#...................................................................................................................... (&(<
(+*.+' & 4on&!bt 6O5........................................................................................................................ (&(<
(+*.+< & !bt 6O5............................................................................................................................... (&(<
(+*.+= & 6O5 & AAA".......................................................................................................................... (&(<
(+*.+% & P8 Status............................................................................................................................ (&(=
PART 2 - INFORMATION OPERATIONS.......................................................................2-1&
USOP 201 - INT............................................................................................................. 2-1&
-+(.+( & !o??ection............................................................................................................................. -&(=
-+(.+- & ./ !o??ation Assets................................................................................................................ -&-
USOP 202 - SIGNALS.....................................................................................................2-3
-+-.+( & /en........................................................................................................................................ -&'
-+-.+- & !omms S#stems.................................................................................................................... -&<
-+-.+' & 2reBs...................................................................................................................................... -&<
-+-.+< & 0ine........................................................................................................................................ -&<
-+-.+= & Signa? "ispatch Service (S"S)............................................................................................... -&<
-+-.+% & 0oss o !ontact "ri??s............................................................................................................. -&<
-+-.+, & 5M!O4 Po?............................................................................................................................. -&=
-+-.+* & !omm Secur.......................................................................................................................... -&=
-+-.+) & !ompromise o !OMS5! Mat................................................................................................. -&%
-+-.(+ & Storage o !OMS5! Mat......................................................................................................... -&%
-+-.(( & 5mergenc# "estruction P?an.................................................................................................. -&%
-+-.(- & !r#pto Trans Secur................................................................................................................. -&%
-+-.(' & !5OIS..................................................................................................................................... -&%
-+-.(< & 6ad Appt Tit?es....................................................................................................................... -&,
-+-.(= & !o??ective !a??........................................................................................................................ -&,
USOP 203 - ISTAR COUNTER SURV EW AND INT............................................................2-*
-+'.+( & ISTA6...................................................................................................................................... -&,
-+'.+- & !ounter Surv Measures and !on Measures...........................................................................-&,
-+'.+' & 5M!O4 States........................................................................................................................ -&)
-+'.+< & !am and !oncea?ment.......................................................................................................... -&)
II
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
-+'.+= & "eception............................................................................................................................ -&(+
-+'.+% & 5!M...................................................................................................................................... -&(+
USOP 204 - PUBLIC AFFAIRS..........................................................................................2-11
-+<.+- & !IMI!.................................................................................................................................... -&(-
USOP 20& - PTLS.......................................................................................................... 2-12
-+=.+( & /en...................................................................................................................................... -&(-
-+=.+- & "eCnitions........................................................................................................................... -&(-
-+=.+' & P?anning and !oord............................................................................................................. -&(-
PART 3 - MANOEUVRE...............................................................................................3-1
USOP 301 - REGROUPING (REGP)...................................................................................3-1
'+(.+( & Process................................................................................................................................... '&(
'+(.+- & 6egp Orders........................................................................................................................... '&(
'+(.+' & Action b# 6eceiving 7;......................................................................................................... '&(
'+(.+< & Action b# !hanging or Doining Unit........................................................................................ '&-
'+(.+= & A 5ch Action on 6egrp........................................................................................................... '&-
USOP 302 - LN.............................................................................................................. 3-2
'+-.+( & /en........................................................................................................................................ '&-
'+-.+- & 0O "uties............................................................................................................................... '&'
USOP 303 - CONTACT AND COORD PTS..........................................................................3-3
'+'.+( & !ontact Pt.............................................................................................................................. '&'
'+'.+- & !oord Pt................................................................................................................................. '&<
USOP 304 - DMLS.........................................................................................................3-4
'+<.+( & /en........................................................................................................................................ '&<
'+<.+- & 6es "m?................................................................................................................................. '&<
USOP 30& - LEAGUERS HIDES HAR WA........................................................................3-)
'+=.+( & "eCnitions............................................................................................................................. '&%
'+=.+- & 0eaguer 6ad Orders............................................................................................................... '&%
'+=.+' & 0eaguer Occupation "ri??....................................................................................................... '&*
'+=.+< & 0eaguer Orders...................................................................................................................... '&*
'+=.+= & 7ide18a "eparture and !rash "ri??s...................................................................................... '&)
'+=.+% & 7ide17ar Area 0a#out............................................................................................................. '&)
'+=.+, & 7ide17ar Pre?im Occupation Orders..................................................................................... '&(+
'+=.+* & 7ide17ar 6ecce Parties........................................................................................................ '&((
'+=.+) & "uties o 7ide17ar Master.................................................................................................... '&((
'+=.(+ & "uties o a 7ide17ar /uide.................................................................................................. '&(-
'+=.(( & 7ide17ar Occupation "ri??.................................................................................................... '&(-
'+=.(- & Secur................................................................................................................................... '&(-
'+=.(' & 4.! !onsideration............................................................................................................... '&('
USOP 30) - RGE CARDS.................................................................................................3-14
USOP 30* - HEL OPS.....................................................................................................3-1&
'+,.+( & /en...................................................................................................................................... '&(=
'+,.+- & TasEing 7e?.......................................................................................................................... '&(=
'+,.+' & Immed 7e? 6eB.................................................................................................................... '&(=
'+,.+< & !omms Tac 7e?.................................................................................................................... '&(=
PART 4 - FIREPOWER................................................................................................4-1
USOP 401 - INDIRECT FIRE SP.......................................................................................4-1
<+(.+( & /en........................................................................................................................................ <&(
<+(.+- & 2ire Sp !oord Measures.......................................................................................................... <&(
USOP 402 - DIR FIRE SP................................................................................................4-2
<+-.+( & 8pns "ata............................................................................................................................. <&-
USOP 403 - ALL ARM AIR DEFENCE (AAAD)....................................................................4-3
<+'.+( & /en........................................................................................................................................ <&'
<+'.+- & Active..................................................................................................................................... <&'
<+'.+' & Passive................................................................................................................................... <&'
PART & - PROTECTION...............................................................................................&-1
())*&+,&+- III
USOP &01 - NBC DEFENCE.............................................................................................&-1
=+(.+( & 4.!" !omd and !on............................................................................................................. =&(
=+(.+- & 4.! deence 7aFard Avoidance............................................................................................. =&-
=+(.+' & Protection o Indiv and Unit 5Bpt and Sup.............................................................................=&-
=+(.+< & "ri??s A Procedures................................................................................................................. =&'
=+(.+= & 2riend?# 4uc StriEe (ST6I@8A64)........................................................................................... =&'
=+(.+% & !ontam !on........................................................................................................................... =&<
=+(.+, & 0imitation o Spread.............................................................................................................. =&<
=+(.+* & MarEing !ontam Areas........................................................................................................... =&=
=+(.+) & "econ.................................................................................................................................... =&=
=+(.(+ & 7and?ing and Tmt o 4.! !as................................................................................................ =&%
USOP &02 - PASSWORDS % CHALLENGING PROCEDURES................................................&-)
=+-.+( & PassGords.............................................................................................................................. =&%
=+-.+- & !ha??enging Procedures......................................................................................................... =&%
=+-.+' & !odeGords14icEnames1PassGords......................................................................................... =&%
USOP &03 - EMERGENC! ALARMS..................................................................................&-)
USOP &04 - INDIV % SUB-UNIT PROTECTION MEASURES.................................................&-*
=+<.+( & Protection Ghen Static........................................................................................................... =&,
USOP &0& - MINE WARFARE...........................................................................................&-'
=+=.+( & MarEing.................................................................................................................................. =&*
=+=.+- & 6eporting and 6ecording....................................................................................................... =&*
=+=.+' & MarEing o 6tes through MineCe?ds....................................................................................... =&*
=+=.+< & SM and 0ive 5xp?osive "evices & Units in !ontact in 2Gd Areas............................................=&)
=+=.+= & Units out o Immed !ontact or in 6ear Areas.........................................................................=&)
PART ) - SUSTAINMENT.............................................................................................)-1
USOP )01 - MOV...........................................................................................................)-1
%+(.+( & 6d Mov................................................................................................................................... %&(
%+(.+- & Mov !a?cu?ations.................................................................................................................... %&(
USOP )02 - REPLEN......................................................................................................)-2
%+-.+( & !bt Sp.................................................................................................................................... %&-
%+-.+- & 6ep?en in 7ide18a................................................................................................................. %&'
%+-.+' & Provision o 8ater.................................................................................................................. %&=
%+-.+< & 8ater !onsumption Tab?e...................................................................................................... %&=
USOP )03 - REPAIR % RECOVER!...................................................................................)-&
%+'.+( & 6epair.................................................................................................................................... %&=
%+'.+- & 6ec......................................................................................................................................... %&,
%+'.+' & Pri 0ist or :eh 6epair............................................................................................................. %&,
USOP )04 - PERS % ADMIN............................................................................................)-*
%+<.+( & 5mergenc# 8ar .uria?........................................................................................................... %&,
%+<.+- & "eCnition............................................................................................................................... %&*
%+<.+' & Pers 6ecords........................................................................................................................ %&(+
%+<.+< & Unit Action on "ep? to or on :acating .SA...........................................................................%&(+
USOP )0& - HEALTH SVCS..............................................................................................)-10
%+=.+( & /en...................................................................................................................................... %&(+
%+=.+- & Med A "ent Svcs................................................................................................................. %&(+
%+=.+' & !as5vac............................................................................................................................... %&((
PART * - REPORTS AND RTNS (REP % RTN).................................................................*-1
USOP *01 - REPS % RTNS FORMATS...............................................................................*-2
,+(.+( & Summar# o 2mn Op 6eps and 6tns...................................................................................... ,&-
,+(.+- & Summar# o 2mn Admin 6eps and 6tns................................................................................,&-
USOP *02 - PERS ADMIN...............................................................................................*-3
,+-.+( & Arrest 6eport (A665S65P)...................................................................................................... ,&'
,+-.+- & !asua?t# 5vacuation 6eBuest (!AS5:A!65;)........................................................................,&<
,+-.+' & Personne? 6eport (P56S65P).................................................................................................. ,&<
,+-.+< & 8ar "iar#............................................................................................................................... ,&<
USOP *03 - INT............................................................................................................. *-&
I:
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
,+'.+( & !ommon !apture 6eport (!OM!AP65P)................................................................................,&=
,+'.+- & Inte??igence 6eport (I4T65P).................................................................................................. ,&%
,+'.+' & Inte??igence 6eBuest (I4T65;)............................................................................................... ,&%
,+'.+< & !ontact 6eport....................................................................................................................... ,&*
USOP *04 - LAND OPS..................................................................................................*-'
Sect ( > gen......................................................................................................................................... ,&*
,+<.+( & Situation 6eport (SIT65P)....................................................................................................... ,&*
,+<.+- & Incident 6eport (I4!65P)....................................................................................................... ,&*
SECT 2 + ROE.......................................................................................................... *-10
,+<.+' & 6u?es o 5ngagement Authorisation (6O5AUT7).................................................................,&(+
,+<.+< & 6u?es o 5ngagement 6eBuest (6O565;)............................................................................,&((
SECT 3 + NBC DEF...................................................................................................*-12
,+<.+= & 2riend?# nuc?ear StriEe 8arning (ST6I@58A64 (4U!)).........................................................,&(-
,+<.+% & 4.! ( > .io?ogica?1!hemica? 6eport (4.!( (.IO1!hem)) 4uc?ear 6eport (4.!( (4U!)).......,&(-
,+<.+, & 4.! - > .io?ogica?1!hemica? 6eport (4.!- (.IO1!hem)) 4uc?ear 6eport (4.!- (4U!)).......,&(<
,+<.+* & 4.! ' > .io?ogica?1!hemica? 6eport (4.!' (.IO1!hem)) 4uc?ear 6eport (4.!' (4U!)).......,&(=
,+<.+) & 4.! < > .io?ogica?1!hemica? 6eport (4.!< (.IO1!hem)) 4uc?ear 6eport (4.!< (4U!)).......,&(%
,+<.(+ & 4.! = > .io?ogica?1!hemica? 6eport (4.!= (.IO1!hem)) 4uc?ear 6eport (4.!= (4U!)).......,&(,
,+<.(( & 4.! % > .io?ogica?1!hemica? 6eport (4.!% (.IO1!hem))......................................................,&(*
SECT 4 + FIRE SP.....................................................................................................*-1'
,+<.(- & .ombrep1She?rep16ocErep1Mortrep (.ombrep)....................................................................,&()
,+<.(' & 2ire Mission !a?? 2or 2ire (2M.!22)........................................................................................ ,&--
SECT & + AIR DEF....................................................................................................*-2*
,+<.(< & 8eapons !ontro? Orders (8!O)........................................................................................... ,&-,
SECT ) + ENGINEERS SP..........................................................................................*-2'
,+<.(= & .arrier 6eport (.A665P)...................................................................................................... ,&-*
,+<.(% & Obstac?e 6eport (O.S65P)................................................................................................... ,&'+
,+<.(, & !onventiona? Mined Intention to 0a# 6eport.......................................................................,&''
,+<.(* & Scatterab?e MineCe?d 6eport (S!ATMI465P)........................................................................,&''
SECT * - E"PLOSIVE................................................................................................*-34
,+<.() & 5O" Incident 6eport (5O"I465P)......................................................................................... ,&'<
SECT ' - PTL ACTIVIT!............................................................................................*-3*
,+<.-+ & Patro? 6eport (PT065P)......................................................................................................... ,&',
,+<.-( & Damming 6eport (58DAM65P)............................................................................................... ,&'*
,+<.-- & Meaconning3 Intrusion3 Damming3 Intererence 8arning (MIDI8A6465P)..............................,&'*
USOP *0& - AIR AVN OPS..............................................................................................*-3(
,+=.+( & Air AttacE 8arning (AI6ATTA!@8A64).................................................................................,&')
,+=.+- & Air 6eBuest (AI665;)........................................................................................................... ,&<+
,+=.+' & 7e?icopter 0anding Site 6eport (7500S65P).........................................................................,&<(
,+=.+< & 7e?icopter 6eBuest (750;U5ST).......................................................................................... ,&<<
USOP *0) - ADMIN REPS AND RTNS FORMATS...............................................................*-4&
SECT 1 + LOG AND CSS............................................................................................*-4&
,+%.+( & 0ogistics Situation 6eport (Unit) (0O/SITU4IT)....................................................................,&<=
,+%.+- & Map 6eBuest (MAP65;)....................................................................................................... ,&<=
,+%.+' & Materia? "emand (MAT"5M)................................................................................................ ,&<%
SECT 2 + FORCE MOV..............................................................................................*-4)
,+%.+< & Movement Situation 6eport (MO:SIT65P)............................................................................,&<%
SECT 3 + FORCE MAINT...........................................................................................*-4*
())*&+,&+- :
,+%.+= & 6epair16ecover# 6eBuest (65P65!65;)..............................................................................,&<,
,+%.+% & /un and A2: STate (54!O"5")........................................................................................... ,&<*
LIST OF FIGURES
2igure (&($ 0a#out o an In ./ 7;.................................................................................................. (&'
2igure '&($ Schematic 0a#out o !.T TM 0eaguer...........................................................................'&,
2igure '&-$ T#pica? 0a#out o TE SBn 7ide....................................................................................... '&,
2igure '&'$ 5xamp?e o perimeter 7ide17ar 0a#out.......................................................................'&(+
2igure '&<$ 6ge !ard...................................................................................................................... '&(<
2igure %&($ 5xamp?e o 6unning 6ep?en Pts..................................................................................... %&<
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UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
PART 1 - COMD
USOP 1.1 - CO DISCRETION
1.1.1 - GEN
(. This USOP is designed to a??oG unit !Os to estb3 or use Githin their oGn unit3 certain procedures3
Ghich are not appropriate or possib?e to standardise Arm#&Gide.
-. The ?a#out and content o this USOP are entire?# atthe !OsH discretion3 but the USOP numbering
headings given in the 0ist o !ontents are to be used. This Gi?? maEe it much easier or attached indiv and
sub&units to conorm.
1.1.2 - TO 101.10 + UNIT CO DISCRETION
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UNIT ORG
1.1.3 - H, ORG + SITING AND LA!OUT
(. The principa? actors afecting the siting o unit 7; are$
a. !omms. The ?oc o the site se?ected shou?d permit good comms to sub&units3 preerab?# Githout the
need or a 66. sta. It shou?d a?so be screened rom en 58 devices. !omms Gith higher mn are the
responsibi?it# o that mn 7; and the# Gi?? i nec provide 66. sta. Access to a civ te? is useu? but it must
be remembered that it is a most unsecured orm o comm.
b. !oncea?ment. 8oods and vi??ages ofer the best cover3 Gith the ?atter he?ping to counter therma?
image and I6 surv. Iso?ated or predictab?e cover must be avoided.
c. Protection. Some units ma# not have the integra? protection aforded b# an armd veh. To achieve a
degree o protection rom art#3 the 7; Gi?? have to dig in or use ce??ars3 undergrd car parEs or narroG3
steep sided pieces o grd.
d. "e. Unit 7; must a?Ga#s provide its oGn secur. 7oGever3 it Gi?? a?so re?# on concea?ment and on
se?ecting sites shie?ded b# sub&unit de. 7e? shou?d never be a??oGed to ?and Githin severa? hundred m o
the 7;.
e. Accessibi?it#. The site shou?d be easi?# accessib?e b# Gh veh preerab?# Gith a covered Cna? approach.
7ard standing traIc circuits and a concea?ed parEing area are a?? useu? but ma# not a?Ga#s be possib?e.
The site must a?so be eas# to depart in case o crash dri?? action is reBr.
-. The actors Gi?? reBuent?# conJict3 circumstances Gi?? determine the Gt to be given to each.
4orma??#3 good comms taEe precedence3 but the ?oss o the 7; Gou?d considerab?# reduce the unitKs
abi?it# to Cght as a cohesive orce. An a?tn site must a?Ga#s be se?ected and reconnoitred3 and a?? must
EnoG the dri?? or its occupation.
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UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
FIGURE 1-1- LA!OUT OF AN INF BG H,
1.1.4 - H, PROTECTION
(. !?ear provision must be made or a de orce o Unit 7; at a?? times. An ad hoc de orce can be
ound b# using the misce??aneous pers o the 7;.
-. Oten a sp p? or tp or the sig tp has the tasE o 7; de but this ?imits the p?1tp in its primar# ro?e. A
compromise so?ution is to ?ocate the sp p? at unit 7; so that it is part o the 7; de during p? rest periods.
6esting recce p?1tp pt?s ma# a?so be ?ocated near or in unit 7;. The danger o a?? this is that the 7; ma#
groG too ?arge3 Gith too much tc in and out3 to permit proper concea?ment.
'. On occasions it ma# be desirab?e to ?ocate the 7; near a co#1sBn1bt# or add protection but care
must be taEen not to create a concentration that might endanger both sub&units. /ood concea?ment and
Eeeping the 7; siFe as sma?? as possib?e are a?so important e?ms o protection.
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<. The 6SM3 un?ess otherGise dictated b# the !O3 is in charge o the 7; protection. 7e Gi?? app?# the
princip?es o de. 7e Gi?? estb the secur s#stem as o?. This Gi?? inc? but are not ?imited to$
PERIOD STA! SECUR S!STEM
0ess than (- hrs Man gates3 pt? and she?? scrape.
0ess than -< hrs Man gates3 pt?3 she?? scrape and barGire.
More than -< hrs A?? ava? means. The secur s#stem Gi?? be provided
b# the o? mat ava?$
a. one x .arbeGire per veh3
b. tGo x trip Jare per veh3
c. tGo x *<mm3 and
d. pri o GorE is as o?$
(() man gates3
(-) she?? trench3
(') barbe Gire (one than doub?e concertina)3 and
(<) trip Jare.
e. The o? steps must a?so be attended to$
(() siting the posns o the 7; de orces3
(-) the posting o sentries b# da# and ni3
(') the siting o a?arm posns or ever# ofr and man
in the 7; (sited to bacE up the de orce posns3
(<) the action to be taEen in the event o air atE3
and
(=) the practice manning o a?arm posns3 as soon as
possib?e ater the 7; is set up in its neG ?oc3 and at
irregu?ar interva?s ater that3 both b# da# and ni.
1.1.& - H, MOV
(. "ri??s must exist or the move o the 7;. 4orma??# vehs Gi?? move in pacEets and a std OOM or
each o the unctiona? gps Gi?? he?p to ensure BuicE and eIcient mov3 or examp?e$
a. recce part#3
b. Tac !P3
c. !P gp3
d. 2S!!3
e. sig gp3
. protection gp3
g. !SS sub&unit 7;3 and
h. misc gp.
-. The dri?? or mov inc? such things as the op o a step&up3 rte signing3 ?a#ing and recovering ?ine3
removing signs3 pacEet comd3 orders or recce part#3 action on arr in the neG area3 etc. The dri?? must a?so
inc? provision or a sta#&behind e?m Gho re&dir visitors3 dispatch riders3 etc. to the neG ?oc.
'. The 7; recce part# Gi?? norma??# consist o$
a. the Sig +3
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UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
b. the 6SM (or TSM !SS sub&unit)3
c. MP or 6P3 and
d. mbrs o the protection e?m as a GorEing part# and escort.
<. On arr in the neG ?oc3 the /6 is passed immed to .de 7;3 to the JanEing units and to a?? sub&units.
The trE p?an made beore the arr o the main bod# must be rigid?# enorced.
=. Immed upon arr o the main bod# sentries are posted. The !P is then re&estb as a matter o top pri.
8hen this has commenced3 camouJage and the digging o trenches starts (and continues unti? proper?#
comp?eted).
1.1.) - H, ROUTINE
(. There is a?Ga#s a "O Gho understands the current batt?e sit and the current codes and codeGords.
7e must EnoG the ?oc o a?? ofrs o the 7;.
-. /ood comms betGeen a !O and his 7; is essentia? during a?? Eind o ops. To u?C? some o the
unctions
7;1"O sha?? pass a?? ino as o?$
ACTIVITIES WHO WHEN
Mov o sub&units("eparture and
arriva?)
!O On reB.
SIT65P rom 7igher 7; !O and OPS O On reB.
Orders rom higher 7; !O3 "!O and Ops O ASAP
Sub&unit in contact !O3 Ops O and .de 7; ASAP
Sub&unit SIT65P !O and Ops O On reB.
'. 6est periods shou?d be organised or a??.
<. :isitors3 inc? ofrs coming or orders3 shou?d Crst report to the "O or IO to ensure a?? have the ?atest
ino beore seeing the !O.
=. A?? incoming pers Gith msgs must Crst report to the sig centre. Unit ofrs proceeding to another 7;3
and visitors at the 7;3 shou?d ca?? at the sig centre or an# msgs that the# cou?d de?iver.
%. SOPs or Unit 7; must be pub?ished.
USOP 1.2 - STAFF RESPONSIBILITIES % ORG
1.2.1 - CO AND STAFF RESPONSIBILITIES + $E! PERS
(. The !O. The !O commands a?? e?ms o the unit inc? atts. 7e maintains dir contact and a c?ose
re?ationship Gith his sub comds.
-. The "!O. The duties o the unit "!O inc?$
a. assuming comd o the unit i the !O becomes a cas or is absent3
b. responsibi?it# to the !O or overa?? admin Githin the unit3 and
c. p?anning uture ops or the !O Ghen the Ops O is otherGise committed.
'. Ops +. The Ops O is resp to the !O or the unctioning o the unit 7;. 7is duties inc?$
a. responsibi?it# or a?? op staf GorE3
b. assisting the !O in the prep o tac p?ans3
c. coord a?? pt? activit# (he ma# be the unit pt? master)3
d. coord sp rom the other arms and svcs3
())*&+,&+- =
e. coord a?? unit in&theatre trg3 and
. assuming con i the !O becomes a cas and "!O his absent3 unti? auth comd arrives.
<. AdLt. In Gar time3 the AdLt u?C??s the pers unction and is ?oc in the A- or . ech. 7e is resp or a??
pers admin in the unit3 particu?ar?# reinorcement3 rep? and cas documentation. 7is duties inc?$
a. (in peace time) responsibi?it# or the detai?ed running o the unit !P3 and
b. processing recommendations or decorations and aGards.
c. prep o a?? pers admin reps and rtns3
d. prep and issue o 6O3
e. processing routine correspondence3
. indiv mov3
g. hand?ing a?? Ge?are matters3 and
=. pa#.
%. AAdLt. (peace time on?# posn) he ma# be the !OKs pers staf ofr3 ma# act as the asst Ops O and as
such his duties norma??# inc?$
a. !O pers staf ofr3 and
b. "O
,. IO. The IO comds the Int Sect in unit 7;. 7is duties inc?$
a. commanding the rover gp and resp or nav3
b. producing the unit int est and3 rom that3 the int co??ection p?an and the co??ation s#stem3
c. disseminating int throughout the unit and Eeeping the !O inormed o the en sit3 topo and orecast
Geather3
d. ?n Gith the Ops O3 or the pt? master i appointed3 on ino co??ection aspects o the unit pt? prgm and
conducting pt? brieCng and debrieCng3
e. brieCng the unit O /p on topo and the en sit and issuing maps and over?a#s as reBr3
. compi?ing the 8ar diar#3
g. mon P8 hand?ing and overseeing an# screening conducted in the unit area3
h. estb an ino centre as reBr3
i. as reBr3 acting as the !OKs pers staf ofr3
L. advising the !O on possib?e 4.! ops Ghich have been detected b# the int s#stem3 and
E. ?n Gith IOs o JanEing units and .de 7;.
*. 6SM. 7is duties inc?$
a. advising the !O on a?? matters afecting the so?diers3
b. assisting (Ghen ava?) as a "O in the unit !P3
c. being a mbr o the !OKs tac 7;3
d. be prepared to comd the 7; recce part#3 and
e. oversees the unit MP16P sect.
1.2.2 - DO LOG % WAR DIAR!
(. /en. Procedures or hand?ing ino in the !P are estb to reduce this activit# to a routine. This
minimises the efort reBr and the ?iEe?ihood that important actions Gi?? be over?ooEed. A?? ino is recorded
in ops ?ogs maint b# each e?m Githin the 7;.
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UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
-. Ops ?og. Op ?og booE are ava? and shou?d be used. It shou?d be reerred to3 Ghen reading the next
para.
'. The ?og provides an abridged chrono?ogica? record o a?? incoming and outgoing ino3 actions taEen
and decisions made. It provides a continuous stor# o the op in progress3 a checE upon action #et to be
taEen and a basis or the Griting o the Gar diar#. .ecause o its importance3 a ?og must be maint
accurate?# and thorough?#.
<. The o? ino is recorded in the ?og$
a. the pertinent detai?s o a?? incoming and outgoing rad msgs and reps3 such as contact reps3
b. incoming and outgoing Gritten msgs and reps (?ength# msgs and reps ma# be paraphrased in the ?og
or the# ma# be mere?# noted and re made to the ?oc o the C?es ho?ding the docs)3
c. ino and verba? msgs rom visiting comds3 0Os3 other visitors3 pt?s3P8s3 agents and riend?# civ3
d. the ?oc o the !O and principa? staf ofrs3
e. the issue o op and admin orders3 and the time o dispersa? o O /p and con3
. the interruption or ?oss o comm aci?ities and their restoration3 and
g. other ino that enab?es SIT65Ps and the 8ar "iar# to be Gritten rom the ?og.
=. It is important that ?og entries accurate?# record the date and time o events. The source o origin
and time o receipt o ino must a?so be recorded. A "O must init in the appropriate co?m that action has
been taEen3 i reBr3 so that peop?e can reer to the "O i c?ariCcation is nec.
%. At unit ?eve?3 ops and int matters are recorded in one ?og. I separate ?ogs are maint3 the ofr resp
must ensure that the other staf is u??# inormed o an# neG ino Githin min o its receipt. Pers and admin
e?ms maint separate ?ogs.
,. !opies o the ?og are a?Ga#s ava? to the !O and to the other e?ms o the staf. 0og sheets must be
c?osed of reBuent?# and circu?ated to the principa? staf ofrs Ghi?e the ino the# contain is sti?? current.
WAR DIARIES
*. /en. The purpose o 8ar "iaries is to provide accurate and auth historica? records or ana?#ses and
oIcia? histories. The# ./0123/ Ann 7istorica? 6ep4 beginning Ghen a unit is Garned or ops.
). Prep 0eve?. 8ar "iaries are Gritten and maint b# a?? units and mns using orms !2 '+( 8A6 "IA69
and !2 '+- 8A6 "IA69 2O6M.
(+. 6esponsibi?it#. In a unit 7;3 the Ops O is resp or drating entries and assemb?ing the 8ar "iar#
parts and initia??ing each entr#. A Lnr staf ofr norma??# assists him in this tasE.
((. !ontent A Org. 8ar "iaries orm the basis o oIcia? accounts o events. These accounts must be
coherent3 accurate and comprehensive. The# record both unusua? and routine events o da#&to&da# ops.
The# shou?d inc? not on?# obvious things such as accounts o cbt ops and important !SS activities3 but
a?so commonp?ace matters such as ?oGer&?eve? trg3 P56S65P. Occasiona? short3 inorma? comments on op
and admin concerns3 prob?ems and activities are va?uab?e. Important events or deeds invo?ving indiv
so?diers shou?d a?so be recorded.
(-. Org. "iaries are prepared in dup?icate on the 8ar "iar# 2orm. A comp?eted diar# is enc?osed in the
orm 8ar "iar# !2 '+(. "iaries consist o tGo parts$
a. Sect @ each da#. It sp and connects the anxes3 but need not summarise them3
b. Anxes. These are either origina? signiCcant docs issued or received or copies o them. The# are
extreme?# important to the diar#. In ops3 an# piece o paper recording ino received or action taEen shou?d
be preserved as an anx. The o? are some examp?es$
(() orders o a?? t#pes3 e.g.3 op3 admin3 Gng3 routine3
(-) important reps3 inc? SIT65Ps3 I4T65Ps and summaries3 pers and eBpt states3 and unusua? incidents3
(') records o ops3 inc? ?ogs3 msgs and min o cons3 and
())*&+,&+- ,
(<) docs re?ating to honours or aGards3 discip?inar# matters or mora?e3
c. specia? efort shou?d be given to obtaining docs re?ating to the comdKs est o the sit or to recording
discussions and decisions at the comdKs cons3 and
d. anxes are designated a?phabetica??#3 beginning Gith the ?etter A at the Crst o each mo. 8hen it is nec
to designate more than -% docs3 the a?phabet is repeated3 i.e.3 AA3 A..
('. Secur. 8ar "iaries are c?assiCed as S5!65T. TOP S5!65T ino and docs are not inc?.
(<. The origina? is to be posted b# the tenth da# o the o? mo at the ?atest. To avoid possib?e
simu?taneous ?oss in the mai?3 the dup?icate is not Gd unti? origina? submission is received. Anxes are
assemb?ed and the diar# narrative is drated dai?#. At the end o each mo3 the diar# is c?osed3 approved
and signed b# the comd. .oth the origina? and dup?icate diaries are orGarded dir to the director o histor#
at some ?ater time in the o? three mos.
1.2.3 - TAC ORG
(. Unit 7; is norma??# divided into a comd sect3 !P sect3 int sect3 MP16P sect and sigs tp. In ops3 Unit
7; pers and atts are broEen into tac gps as o?$
a. Tac !P. The constitution o the rover gp varies according to the area and t#pe o op. 4orma??#3 the !O
is accompanied b# one ofr and the O! o OP!O4 bt#. The ofr might be the AdLt or one o the cbt sp p?1tp
comd. 2or certain ops the gp ma# be Loined b# the I+3 the O! o engr d sBn and an# o the other cbt sp
p?1tp comd. The gp reBr protection possib?# under the 6SM3 and good Gd and rear ?inE comms.
b. !P. The !P consists o a no o ce??s and ma# be ?oc in vehs3 trenches3 bunEers or b?dgs (inc? ce??ars).
The ce??s are$
(() The !omd !e??. This operates under the Ops OKs dir and is permanent?# manned b# a "O and rad ops.
It con the unit comd rad net and rear ?inEs. It is rom there that the !O exercises comd Ghen he is not Gith
the Tac !P.
(-) 2S!!. The 2S!! is stafed b# the O! o OP!O4 bt# and the mor p? comd3 or their representatives. The
2S!! co&ordinates a?? in "S3 OAS and A" ress ava? to the unit.
(') Int !e??. This ce?? provides the !P Gith essentia?3 time?# ino about en ?ocs3 mov3 capabi?ities and
intentions. The ce?? mon the unit comd and surv rad nets or current ino on the en3 and combines this ino
Gith int gained rom adLacent units and higher mns. The ce?? is a?so resp or the coord3 brieCng and
debrieCng o pt?s and or Geather ino. ./ assets ava? that can be used3 are ?isted in USOP -+'.
USOP 1.3 - STEP UP PROCEDURE
(. /en. 7;s must be capab?e o moving BuicE?# betGeen ?ocs. Mov is nec3 either to Eeep up Gith the
batt?e3 i.e.3 to maint good comm Gith mns or sub&units3 or to avoid detection or atE.
-. There are tGo maL haFards associated Gith mov$
a. the e?ms o a 7; are p?aced in increased danger o detection or atE3 and
b. the mov ma# interere Gith the continuit# o comd.
'. The oremost consideration in p?anning a mov is that there must be a capabi?it# to maint con o
the unit at a?? times.
<. SeBuence. The norma? seBuence o events or a 7; move is as o?$
a. a step up 7; is sent to the proposed neG ?oc Ge?? beore the move. This part# is norma??# comd b# a
snr ofr3
b. Ghen main 7; is read# to move3 it orders step up 7; to assume con o ops. Step up 7; does so and
main 7; ceases trans3
c. Gith step&up 7; con ops3 the main 7; moves to its neG ?oc3 Ghere guides rom the adv part# ?ead the
various gps into posn. "uring this period3 the main 7; maintains e?ect si?ence to the max extent
practicab?e3 but ops are mon so that the staf remains abreast o the sit3
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UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
d. step&up 7; continues operating unti? dir to hand over to main3
e. the !O or Ops O decides Ghen main 7; shou?d resume op3 and
. o? the transer o ops bacE to main 7;3 the step&up 7; rtns to rad&?istening Gatch and moves to a neG
?oc as reBr3 Ghere it again mon ops.
LOC OF THE CO DURING A MOVE
=. 0oc o the comd. 4orma??# the comd is Gith his Tac !P (6over /p) during the move. 8hen the main
7; passes con to the step&up 7;3 three options are open to him. 7e ma#$
a. as stated3 dep? Gith his Tac !P3
b. move to the step&up ?oc3 or
c. sta# Gith his main !P.
The comdKs decision is based on the tac sit at the time.
1.3.2 - DISTR OF STAFF.
(. Under norma? circumstances3 the staf o the step&up is capab?e o supervising and co&ord tac and
!SS activities. I the pace o ops is intense3 se?ected staf ofrs3 t#pica??# the Ops O and some admin staf3
Gith se?ected mbrs o their stafs3 ma# be reBr to Loin the step&up 7;. 8hen step&up begins op3 some o
these e?ms must send dets to that ?oc.
-. Shou?d the step&up be reBr to unction as the main !P or ?onger than (- hrs3 it Gi?? need
reinorcement. This cou?d be3 but are not ?imited to$
a. Sig p? > reinorce tGo rad op and one supervisor3
b. Ops ce?? > one "O3
c. Int ce?? > one int 4!O3 and
d. 2S!! > one ofr and one rad op.
USOP 1.4 - UNIT INTEGRAL SVC SP ELM
1.4.1 - GEN
(. The aim o an integra? service support e?m at unit ?eve? is to provide the mat and sup3 tech and
admin sEi??s to enab?e the unit to accomp?ish its msn.
PRINCIPLES
-. The princip?es o admin app?# at a?? ?eve?s o comd. The# are$
a. 2oresight3
b. 5conom#3
c. 2?exibi?it#3
d. Simp?icit#3 and
e. !o&operation.
'. To exp?oit these princip?es the !O must a?Ga#s have the o? ino$
a. unts str (8IA1MIA11@IA1A8O0 5T!)3
b. vh conditions (S1M1N1.6)3
c. mat conditions and expenditure (6ate)3
())*&+,&+- )
d. shorta??s (present and uture)3
e. posn o ech (A(3A-)3 and
. current grping or possib?e reBr.
<. Se?&suIcienc# is an additiona? undamenta? o admin oten grouped in Gith the Cve princip?es
above. It reers to the act that the !O must ensure that the unit has suIcient ress to permit the
execution o his tac msn. A !O is not nec restricted to speciCc sup sca?es and3 Ghere consumption rates
are expected to be higher than norma?3 he must arrange or increases in the unit ho?dings.
USOP 1.& - COMD RELATIONSHIPS
1.&.1 - NATO AND CA COMD RELATIONSHIP
(. Approved 4ato !omd re?ationships are as o?$
F511
C678
(1)
COMD
(2)
CON
(&)
P1299:9
;
A5<=
(*)
O0
C678
(3)
T23
3678
(4)
O0
C69
())
T23 369
(. Assign Separate 5mp? o
!omponents o Units12mns
M M
-. Assign Msns1TasEs
(*)
M M M M
'. Assign TasEs M M M M
<. "e?egate 5Bua? !omd Status M M M M
=. "e?egate 0oGer !omd Status M M M M
%. !oord o 0oc Mov3 6ea? 5state
and Area "e
M M M M M
,. P?anning and coord M M M M M M
*. Admin 6esponsibi?it#
())
M
4otes$
(. !A and a??ied doc does not permit the surrender o comp?ete comd o a unit or mn to orces o
another nation or a combined orce comd. The nationa? auth3 norma??# the !"S3 thereore3 a?Ga#s
retains 2U00 !OM".
-. !omd terms are norma??# used Gith the manoeuvre arms3 i.e. in3 armd3 avn and !S engrs3 i.e.3 in
co# OP!OM to an armd regt.
'. OP!OM is the auth granted to a comd to assign msns or tasEs to sub&comds3 to dep? units3 to
reassign orces3 and to retain or de?egate op1tac comd or con as ma# be deemed nec.
<. A comd assigned orces under TA!OM ma# a??oc tasEs to those orces but on?# Githin the
parameters o the current msn given to him b# the higher auth Gho assigns the orces. TA!OM is used
Ghere the sup comd recogniFes the need or add ress or a tasE but reBrs the ress intact or a ?ater ro?e.
An examp?e Gou?d be a cbt tm reBr or a br dm? grd assigned TA!OM re?ationship Gith that bn.
=. !on terms are norma??# used Gith sp or svc arms3 i.e.3 art#3 sigs3 MP3 /S engrs3 etc. Ghere a tech
auth gen exists to advise on emp? o these ress3 i.e. ,) sigs OP!O4 to - .de.
%. OP!O4 is the auth de?egated to a comd to dir orces assigned so that the comd ma# accomp?ish
speciCc msns or tasEs that are usua??# ?imited b# unction3 time3 or ?oc3 to dep? units concerned and to
retain or assign tac con o those units. I the reBr dev or separate emp?3 the higher comd must approve
the change.
,. P?anning auth is used Ghere there is the potentia? or a comd re?ationship in the uture. P0A44I4/
AUT7 gives the units1mns invo?ved the auth to ?iaise direct?# or p?anning purposes. This auth cou?d be
given3 or instance to a unit undergoing GorEup trg in !A Gith the unit the# are to rep?ace on U4 dut#.
*. Msn is deCned in AAP&% as$ OA c?ear3 concise statement o the tasE o the comd and its purposeP.
(+
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
). Sustainment responsibi?it# is not inc? Gith the !omd 6e?ationship or an# Loint3 combined or
mu?tinationa? op. 8ithin nationa? arrangements on?#3 OP!OM3 TA!OM and OP!O4 norma??# inc? the admin
responsibi?it# ATTA!75" 2O6 "AI09 MAI4T54A4!5. I the re?ationship is other than norma? cbt sup3 the
exact re?ationship must be speciCed.
M:43-
(. !omd 6e?ationships shou?d a?Ga#s be Bua?iCed b# the "T/ at Ghich the# begin. The "T/ at Ghich
the# end shou?d a?so be speciCed i EnoGn.
-. 0Os are norma??# associated to the unit1mn Ghere the# Gi?? be emp?. I not3 the term A00O!AT5"
ma# be used. Air sp sorties are A00O!AT5".
'. !oord centres such as the TA!P3 58!! and 2S!! norma??# unction Gith a unit1mn 7; as a SOP. I
not SOP3 the# shou?d be assigned OP!O4.
<. The 4ATO term O!OO6"I4ATI4/ AUT7P ma# a?so be encountered. It is not dir app?icab?e to !omd
6e?ationships and is deCned in the /?ossar#.
1.&.2 - ALTN COMD PROCEDURES
(. It is possib?e that unit 7; cou?d be either partia??# or comp?ete?# destro#ed b# en action. At unit
?eve? there are insuIcient pers and rads to man a second or a?tn 7; Gith an#thing more than a sEe?eton
staf. In the event o damage to unit 7;3 !- o the unit must be regained BuicE?# as o?$
a. !O a cas but 7; Intact. The "!O assumes comd. I the "!O is absent or has to move Gd rom A 5ch3
the Ops O assumes con in the interim.
b. !O and 7; destro#ed. The "!O assumes comd rom A 5ch !P or rom a Gd sub&unit.
c. !O is aGa# rom unit 7; Ghen it is destro#ed. The !O comds rom his rover gp o rom a sub&unit 7;
unti? he can maEe arrangements to organiFe a neG 7;.
-. The !O designates an a?tn 7; or each op3 separate rom the main 7; Gith the ro?e o ensuring
continuit# o con3 as Ge?? as an a?tn comd shou?d both the !O and "!O become cas.
1.&.3 - TAC GP
(. Se?ect as reBr1ava?$ (()
U4IT SU. U4IT
a. R G0.
!O O!
O! OP!O4 bt# 2OO1M2!
O! armd SBn 5ngr tp comd
A armour p? comd Protection part#
O! engr sBn 6ad operator
Protection part#
6ad operators
())*&+,&+- ((
b. O G0. Add to 6 /p$
"!O -I!
Ops O A IO Tp1p? comds
Sub unit O!s Sigs 4!O
AdLt !SM1SSM
Sig O !;MS1S;MS
0O Art# Tac /p1M2!
5ngr Tpt 4!O
MO Other sp arms or sp det
comds
Med A
An# att indep sub or
sub&sub unit comd
c. R/2. R/33/ P2.<:/4.
"!O -I!
Armd1In 0O !SM1SSM
Mor P? -I! P?1Tp 8Os
-I! A armour p? Tp1P? /uides
6ep per mor p? Sp Gpns reps
Sub unit parties 6unner
MP16P sect 6ad op
6ad op
d. H2. R/33/ P2.<:/4.
"!O -I!1!SM1SSM
IO /uides
6SM 6ad op
MP16P Sgt Protection part#
Sp arms reps A1 /3=
6ad operator 8O maint (armd)
Protection part# 8O1sgt tpt
One guide per sub unit
pacEet
N6</- (. Attendance on a?? these tac gps shou?d be restricted to those Gho rea??# need to be there.
2reBuent?# it Gi?? be neither desirab?e nor possib?e to inc? a?? those shoGn in these examp?es. Max no o
veh and OOM must a?so provided.
USOP 1.) - OP REPORTING
(. A?? the 6eps and 6tns to be used are provided in USOPs Part ,. In some cases3 some msg ormats
that are express?# re?evant to one speciCs arm3 are provided in the TAM Part *3 Gith each indiv ArmHs
Insert. The ?atter contains on?# those 6eps and 6tns most common?# used at sub and sub&sub unit ?eve?.
(-
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
-. 6eps and 6tns are ?aid out in an internationa??# agreed ormat. Sers need to be comp?eted on?#
Ghere app?icab?e (i.e. b# exception)3 provided the meaning is c?ear.
'. UnitHs 7; must stipu?ate Ghen routine reps and rtns are reBr. Time?ab?es or responses to bde are
provided in USOP ,+(.
USOP 1.* - STATES OF READINESS
(. !omds at a?? ?eve?s must Eeep tps and eBpt at appropriate states o readiness.
S<2</4 6>
R/28:9/44
N6<:3/ <6 M6?/ P./02./89/44
A. Immed 6eadiness 6ead# to move
immed
!reGs mtd3 engines running rad on3 Gpns made
sae sentries in.
.. = Min 6eadiness = Min 5Bpt ?oaded3 engines of3 canvas doGn but
concea?ed3 tps u??# eBuipped3 comd read# or Os3
sentries out3 rad Gatch3 no te? ?ine3 gnr# s#stems
on3 no cooEing3 emergenc# maint on?#.
!. (= Min 6eadiness (= Min 5Bpt ?oaded3 engines of3 rad Gatch one per sub&
sub unit3 no te? ?ine3 canvas doGn (vis or therma?)3
creGs dressed3 tps resting3 min cooEing3 gnr#
s#stem of3 ?imited maint and sentries out.
". '+Min 6eadiness '+ Min 5Bpt ?oaded3 engines of3 canvas up (therma? and
vis)3 rad Gatch one per sub&sub unit3 te? ?ine ?aid3
gnr# s#stem of3 tps resting3 sentries out3 urgent
maint on?#3 cooEing a??oGed.
5. ( 7r 6eadiness ( 7r 2u?? vis and therma? cam. Sentries out3 max maint
and rest.
2. - 7rs 6eadiness - 7rs 4ot to be emp? on an# tasEs Githout sup 7; auth.
4ot to ?eave base ?oc. UndertaEe maint and rest.
/. % 7rs 6eadiness % 7rs A??oGs recce and cm o tasE prior to main bod#
mov. 5?ms (6 /p) ?iEe?# to be at reduced notice to
move. Tps ma# be dep? in ?oca? area. Tps ma# be
re&tasEed.
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(. I diferent states o readiness are adopted the preparedness that is reBr must be stated. (5.g. 4M.
<= min3 u?? vis and therma? cam3 urgent maint3 max rest).
-. The 4M. timing is the min time ava? beore mov begins rom current ?ocs3 i.e.$ On one hr4TM as o
((++ (4M. (-++)3 on '+ mins 4TM as o (-++ (4M. (-'+) and on (= mins 4TM as o (-'+ (4M. (-<=).
USOP 1.' - RULES OF ENGAGEMENT (ROE)
1.'.1 - GEN
(. /iven the extreme?# broad rge o ops that the unit must be prepared or3 it is recognised that 6O5
Gi?? have to be tai?ored to indiv ops as the# occur. 2or the purpose o this USOP3 6O5s are or <.;
05.064/4 on?# and are broEen doGn into tGo diferent sub&gps. A set o trg 6O5s is provided in TAM (+(.
To maEe sure that troups understand the use o 6O5s3 the# must be used on a regu?ar basis during trg.
a. N69-C@< ROE. These 6O5 Gi?? norma??# be in ef during the initia? dep? to a theatre o ops3 and cou?d
remain in ef during the initia? ph o conJict. 5ven during Gar ?iEe conditions3 4on&!bt 6O5 ma# remain in
orce Githin speciCed geo area(s) o the theatre.
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b. C@< ROE. Transer to cbt 6O5 b# a comd Gi?? be cm b# the nationa? chain o comd and Gi?? taEe p?ace
on the outbreaE o Gar. These 6O5 permit a ?ibera? use o orce against ident mi?itar# obLs or tgts.
1.'.2 - RESPONSIBILIT!
(. The auth Gho auth an op must provide comprehensive 6O5 to the d comds prior to the committa?
o tps and eBpt. This guidance is reBr to min ?oss o ?ie and eBpt and to prevent the occurrence o
potentia??# controversia? incidents. Auth providing 6O5 must c?ear?# ?a#out the auth and procedures or
changing 6O53 especia??# the trans rom 4on to !bt 6O5.
1.'.3 - NON-CBT ROE
(. 4on cbt 6O5 are essentia??# de 6O53 o? the princip?e o min use o orce. 8hi?e giving comds the
max permissib?e reedom to dep? and protect their tps and eBpt3 these 6O5 Gi?? be used to prevent
provocative acts that might heighten tension or Gorsen the crisis. 6estrictions on border crossing auth3
use o indir Cre3 and emp?acement o obs Gi?? norma??# be inc? in these 6O5.
1.'.4 - CBT ROE
(. These 6O5 Gi?? permit comds to emp? their orces in sp o the mi?itar# msn. In add to the 0aGs o
Armed !onJict3 po? or cu?tura? reasons ma# reBr restrictions on the methods b# Ghich the mi?itar# msn is
achieved. !omds must be aGare that some o their sub&units3 or part o their area o resp3 ma# remain
under non&cbt 6O5 throughout an op.
1.'.& - ROE - AAAD
(. ROE. 6O5 or AAA" Gi?? be promu?gated b# the 2mn1T2 comd in orders. The o? Gi?? be deCned$
a. .eore /en "ec?aration o 7osti?ities. A statement o the conditions in Ghich AAA" Gpns ma# engage
potentia? en ac during the pd o tension beore hosti?ities.
b. Ater "ec?aration o 7osti?ities. The conditions in Ghich AAA" Gpns ma# engage hosti?e ac.
-. 8!Os. !m o the app?icab?e orders as per USOP ,+<3 sect =. In A"3 8!O are orders Ghereb# Gpns
s#stems ma# be Cred. 8!O or surace A" s#stems Ghose arcs o Cre intercept the 00T6 remain O8pns
TightP over that part o the rte at a?? times. Shou?d it become nec to change to O8pns 2reeP then that
particu?ar corridor must be c?osed. The 8!Os are$
a. 8pns 2ree. A 8!O imposing a status Ghereb# Gpns s#stems ma# be Cred at an# tgt not positive?#
recogniFed as riend?#.
b. 8pns Tight. A 8!O imposing a status Ghereb# Gpns s#stems ma# be Cred on?# at tgts positive?#
recogniFed as hosti?e.
c. 8pns 7o?d. A 8!O imposing a status Ghereb# Gpns s#stems ma# on?# be Cred in se?&de or in
response to a orma? order.
d. 8pns Un?imited. A 8!O used to indicate that surace to air Gpns ma# be Cred at an# ac Githin a
speciCed vo? o airspace.$
e. H64<:1/. The o? are considered Qhosti?eQ$
(() an ac Ghose recognition eatures c?ear?# ident it as a t#pe used on?# b# the en3
(-) an ac that commits a hosti?e act b#$
(a) atE a riend?# unit3
(b) dropping paratroops or b# air ?anding tps Ghere both ac and tps are visua??# ident as en3 or
(c) manoeuvring unmistaEab?# into posn to atE riend?# orces or aci?ities3 and
(') such ac must meet criteria promu?gated b# the 2mn1T2 comd beore and subseBuent to the
commencement o hosti?ities.
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UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
1.'.) - PW STATUS
(. As per /eneva !onventions and 0aGs o Armed !onJict3 a?? en pers (inc? mi?3 vo?unteer and att civ)
Gho carr# arms open?# are to be treated as P8 i captured3 even i not in uniorm. A?? those o P8 status
shou?d have some proo o ident. I in doubt3 treat as P8. 4ote en "octors and !hap are not P8 but do
enLo# same protection.
-. The o? actions are taEen$
a. disarm3
b. search or concea?ed Gpns and ino o immed va?ue3
c. ensure that this ino is processed b# the astest means3
d. remove rad and comm eBpt3
e. enorce si?ence3
. do not taEe he?mets3 4.! protective eBpt3 pa#booEs3 I" !ards and pers va?uab?es3
g. segregate P8 as o?s$
(a) ofr3
(b) 8Os and snr 4!Ms3 and
(c) other rEs3
h. C?? in capture tags and report to next higher 7; (one or pers and one or eBpt1docs)3
i. escort P8 to the co??ecting pt or 6: (it is preerab?e to use returning ?og vehs3 Ga?Eing Gounded or res
tps to escort the P8 rearGard)3
L. ratio o gds to P8 is ($(+ Gith no ?ess than tGo gds3
E. do not interrogate3 and
'. Once captured3 P8s must be protected rom hosti?es actions (riend?# or en) and environ haFards.
The# must be ed3 she?tered3 and protected rom harm and treated as humane?# as possib?e.
PART 2 - INFORMATION OPERATIONS
USOP 2.1 - INT
2.1.1 - COLLECTION
(. The int co??ection p?an is part o the Inormation3 Survei??ance3 Target AcBuisition and
6econnaissance (ISTA6) p?an and is the basis or sub unit tasEing and p?anning.
-. Ino is converted into int through the o? c?ose?#&re?ated stages$
a. C6112<:69. This invo?ves the gping together o items o re?ated ino to provide a record o events and
aci?itate urther processing.
b. E?2152<:69. This invo?ves determining source re?iabi?it# and ino credibi?it#.
c. A921A4:4. This invo?ves ident signiCcant acts3 comparing them Gith existing acts3 and draGing
conc?usions about them.
d. I9</;.2<:69. Integration invo?ves p?acing a?? the ana?#Fed ino together to orm a pattern o events or
to create a picture o the sit being studied.
e. I9</.0./<2<:69. Interpretation invo?ves deciding Ghat the integrated ino means in terms o Ghat is
?iEe?# to happen in the uture.
'. The ormat o an Int !o??ection 8orEsheet is as o?$
CLASSIFICATION
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2mn1Unit$ RRRRRRRRRRRR
Period !overed$ RRRRRRRRRRRR
SER INT
PROBLEM/PIR4
IR4 CBT INDICATORS SOURCES/AGENCI
ES
REMAR$S
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) ()
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(. !o?m (e) is divided into add co?ms3 one or each source or agenc# to Ghich the mn1unit int staf
can reB ino rom. This co?m inc? higher int staf3 int staf o JanEing mns1units3 each int staf o units and
sub units3 etc. At ./ ?eve?3 sources and agencies inc? higher and JanEing unit int stafs3 each !bt Tm3 each
cbt sp p?1tps3 cbt sp e?ms in ?oc3 and other assets.
-. To signi# Ghich source1agenc# can provide ino or each cbt indicator ?isted3 an open circ?e is
draGn in the appropriate source1agenc# co?m opposite the cbt indicator. 8hen the source1agenc# is
tasEed to gather the desired ino3 the circ?e is shaded. 8hen the source1agenc# reports the desired ino3
an ob?iBue ?ine is draGn through the shaded circ?e.
'. !o?m () inc? the time b# Ghich a report is reBr3 and subseBuent?# the time at Ghich the ino Gas
provided. 5ntries inc?$ b# M hrs3 ever# % hrs3 40T (+'+ hrs "&'3 on contact3 ASAP ater event3 etc.
2.1.2 - BG COLLATION ASSETS
(. !o??ation is the procedure or receiving3 gp and recording a?? reps arr in an IO (inte? oIce)3 at an#
?eve?. It invo?ves$
a. the routine oIce GorE o registering and recording a?? in&coming ino3
b. ?ogging3 map and chart marEing3 C?ing3 card&indexing3 and database entr# GorE3 and
c. maint an eIcient ino access s#stem or the comd staf.
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UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
-. ./ co??ection assets are$
B/=:98
FEBA
0-&
B7
&-10
B7
10-1&
B7
1&-20
B7
I9> BG
R/33/ P1
& Pt?s1S. Pt?s M M M M M
& Short 6ge /S6 M M
& U/S M M M
& 4O0"6 M M
M6. P1
& Mor 2! Parties M M
A-A.765. P1
& TO8 TI Sight M M
M/3= C6A4
& 4O0"6 M M
& M6AA8 TI Sight M M
A87 C6A M M
ARMD REGT
R/33/ T0
& Pt?s M M M M
& 4O0"6 M M
TB SC9
& M.T TI Sight M M
& 4O0"6 M M
H, SC9 M
E9;.4 ./33/ S;<4 M M M M
USOP 2.2 - SIGNALS
2.2.1 - GEN
(. This USOP is issued under the auth o the unit comd or the use o the unit mbrs. !opies o this
USOP have been issued as per the distribution ?ist.
-. The procedures3 ino and dri??s prescribed Githin this USOP sha?? be o? b# a?? unit pers un?ess
otherGise directed.
'. !omms provide the !O and his staf the abi?it# to efective?# comd and con the unit in a?? ph o
conJict. It thereore becomes paramount that the unit adopt an e?evated posture o voice procedure and
net discip?ine.
<. Unit !omms sha?? strict?# comp?# Gith a?? procedures contained in A!P (-= !ansupp ((.)3 !5SIKs3
Unit !5OIKs and Unit SOIKs3 SOPKs.
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2.2.2 - COMMS S!STEMS
(. The o? comm s#stems ?isted be?oG3 are prioritiFed and broEen into the tGo main batt?e postures$
a. O2254SI:5
(() !ombat 4et 6adio (!46)3
(-) 0oca? "ata 4etGorE (0"4)3
(') 0ine3
(<) Signa?s "ispatch Service (S"S)3 and
(=) 0iaison OIcers (0O).
b. "5254SI:5
(() 0oca? "ata 4etGorE (0"4)3
(-) 0ine3
(') Signa?s "ispatch Service (S"S)3
(<) 0iaison OIcers (0O)3 and
(=) !ombat 4et 6adio (!46).
2.2.3 - FRE,S
(. In order to avoid intererence on the batt?eCe?d Gith the unitKs comms s#stems3 the unit Sig Sgt
(thru the .de !hie !omm Op) is resp or the mgnt o the reB spectrum.
a. these reBs are norma??# a??oc b# the .de !hie !omm Op in the .de !5OI. 7oGever3 Ghen not uti?iFing
a Trg area3 speciCc reBs must be made3 norma??# '+ da#s in advance.
b. reBs are norma??# time oriented or dai?# changing. 7oGever higher auth ma# revoEe or impose
restrictions depending on the siFe o the tota? mn.
2.2.4 - LINE
(. 0ine comms are best uti?iFed Ghen mobi?it# is not a reBr but Ghere high capacit# and sig secur are
essentia?. In the unit area o responsibi?it#3 d ?ine Gi?? be used$
a. during periods o rad and e?ec si?ence3
b. in the prepator# stages o of ops3 and
c. as ?ong as possib?e during de ops.
-. !iv ?ine Gi?? be used Ghenever possib?e to minimiFe the ?a#ing o d cab?e. !iv ?ine is vu?nerab?e to
ph#sica? atE and e?ec intercept. Thereore3 un?ess cr#pto devices are used3 it shou?d be used as a non&
secure and secondar# means.
2.2.& - SIGNAL DISPATCH SERVICE (SDS)
(. S"S is a "ispatch 6ider ("6) moving on a schedu?ed promu?gated b# the unit main !P "et !omd3
ater conCrmation o higher mns "6 schedu?e in order to expedite the JoG o tc. The "6 moves betGeen
the unit !P and a?? sub&unit 7;Ks. The Specia? "ispatch 6ider (S"6) is ava? or unschedu?ed runs and is
con b# the "ut# O at the unit !P. The S"S is never to be used as a orm o tpt o pers. The schedu?e is
?ocated in the unit !P.
2.2.) - LOSS OF CONTACT DRILLS
(. Shou?d a sta ?ose contact Gith the net3 the o? dri??s sha?? be observed$
a. checE antenna and cab?es3 both interna? and externa? (0"4)3
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UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
b. checE channe?3
c. checE veh poGer3 min -+ vo?ts3 and
d. turn rad of1on and attempt to estab?ish comms.
-. I a sudden and severe Gorsening o comms occurs the con stn shou?d immed order a change o
channe? setting. Permission Gi?? be sought rom the supervisor Gho is to inorm the 2aci?it# !ontro??er (2!).
'. Use o a standb# set is recommended i ava?.
<. 4orma??#3 i contact is not made Githin a set period o time ater such a channe? change3 revert to
the origina? channe?. Sta then go to a set schedu?e o ca??s on the o?d and neG channe?s unti? comms is
re&estab?ished3 using c?ocE method.
=. 4orma? ops dri??s to checE eBpt3 antennas3 etc.3 shou?d not be neg?ected. Use o higher poGer ma#
a?so be tried.
%. I a schedu?ed channe? change occurs during a ?oss o comms3 sGitch to the schedu?ed channe?. I
contact is not estab?ished3 revert to above procedure above.
,. !on sta must not abandon the a??otted channe? to search or ?ost sta Githout hand?ing over con to
another sta.
*. I more than one unit is on one net3 the procedures to o? are those o the unit o the con sta.
2.2.* - EMCON POL
(. 5M!O4 is the se?ective con o emitted e?ectromagnetic energ#3 and the aim o this artic?e is to
minimiFe the enKs detection o our emissions. 5M!O4 a??s under tGo categories$
a. 5?ec Si?ence. A restriction p?aced on the use o a?? eBpt that emits an e?ec signature. The o? eBpt is
afected b# e?ec si?ence$
(() rad transmitters3
(-) radar and surv eBpt$
(') active I6 eBpt
(<) ?aser rge Cnders3 and
(=) generators.
b. 6ad Si?ence. Is a condition in Ghich a?? or certain rad eBpt capab?e o radiating a signature is Eept in
the receive mode on?#. 6ad Si?ence afects a?? rad transmitters Githin the unitKs area o responsibi?it#.
-. 5M!O4 are assigned a numerica? coding or ease o re as to the various measures and are as o?$
a. 5M!O4 ( & 5?ec Si?ence3
b. 5M!O4 - & 6ad Si?ence3
c. 5M!O4 ' & 4orma? Ops3 except Ghen A" assets attached3 and
d. 5M!O4 < & 4o restrictions.
'. A?? 5M!O4 are to be passed b# secure means as Ge?? as an# changes to the 5M!O4 state. 5M!O4
can on?# be ?ited b# the !O Gho imposed it3 except Ghen that comd has de?egated his auth.
<. 5?ec si?ence is rare?# imposed due to the essentia? ro?e p?a#ed b# e?ec eBpt. 8hen it is imposed it
is done at the highest mn ?eve? possib?e3 norma??# on?# the mn !omd or the !OS ma# impose or ?it e?ec
si?ence.
=. An# comd at an# ?eve? ma# impose rad si?ence Ghen the batt?e dictates. 6ad si?ence Gi?? be ?ited
b# the comd Gho imposed it or b# de?egation. 6ad si?ence ma# be broEen as ordered on contact Gith the
en. Once the sit has been reso?ved a?? sta are to revert automatica??# bacE on rad si?ence.
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2.2.' - COMM SECUR
(. The 0and 2orce !ommand "istributing Authorit# 5dmonton is the resp agenc# or the con and
distribution o a?? !OMS5! mat Githin the .de. The !O o a unit is the ?oanho?der o a?? the unit !OMS5!
mat. A?? issues and receipts o !OMS5! mat has been appointed to the Sig O o the unit3 Ghich is EnoGn
as the !ustodian3 in his absence the A?ternate !ustodian appointed is the unit Sig Sgt. These tGo indiv are
resp or the con3 distribution and op o the !OMS5! s#stems used Githin the unit. A?? users o !OMS5!
mat must o? speciCed procedures and ru?es in order to ensure secur is maintained to the highest ?eve?.
The speciCed procedures are ound in !IS1+(1-(").
2.2.( - COMPROMISE OF COMSEC MAT
(. !aptured !OMS5! mat is o supreme va?ue to the en and is a severe ?oss to the unit. A?? !OMS5!
mat must be destro#ed or disab?ed3 in accordance Gith an emergenc# destruction p?an3 Ghen the capture
o !OMS5! is imminent. The unit custodian must ensure that a?? pers using !OMS5! mat are inormed
and trained in emergenc# destruction procedures.
-. The ?oss o !OMS5! mat creates a !OMS5! compromise that must be reported b# secure means
and corrected immed. An# compromise or suspected compromise must be reported as ast as possib?e up
the chain o command. Speed in reporting the compromise is essentia? so that !OMS5! Ee#ing mat or
e?ec C??s can be rep?aced ASAP. A compromise Gi?? norma??# resu?t in a ?oss o momentum but cou?d be as
serious as causing the Gho?e msn to ai?.
2.2.10 - STORAGE OF COMSEC MAT
(. Stored in the appropriate manner in IA8 A&SD&(++1MMMMMMMM (Securit# Orders)3 and !IS1+(1-("). In
garrison a?? rads are to be FeroiFed o a?? !r#ptovariab?es prior to storage in !r#pto.
2.2.11 - EMERGENC! DESTRUCTION PLAN
(. The 5mergenc# "estruction P?an is to be promu?gated annua??# IA8 !IS1+(1-(")3 a?though it sha??
be revisited upon receipt o an# a??ocation code a?terations3 and amended according?#.
2.2.12 - CR!PTO TRANS SECUR
(. Unit 7; must GorE c?ose?# Gith Sig P?3 since the op o the unit on the batt?eCe?d is vita? to maintain
an Over the air 6eEe#ing P?an (OTA6). The OTA6 p?anning is the responsibi?it# o the Sig O. It is a grouping
o !r#ptovariab?es on the batt?eCe?d that is constant?# changing Gith the degree o the comp?exit# o the
overa?? batt?e p?an. Use o a sing?e TraIc 5ncr#ption @e# (T5@) is a posture o ;0 ' training in !2S!53 and
shou?d be avoided at a?? costs at an# ?eve? o ops.
-. !r#ptovariab?es are norma??# issued prior to dep? and updated e?ec throughout the msn3 hoGever
during times o 6ad Si?ence the# are de?ivered b# other means. It shou?d be noted that current doctrine
does not a??oG the @e# 5ncr#ption @e# to be de?ivered e?ec.
'. The custodian c?erE is resp to enter the origina? persona?it# data3 and to distribute the data b# a
process to be EnoGn as c?oning. 7e Gi?? c?one the appropriate eBpt o the !o# and Spt P? Sig 4!OKs as
Ge?? as Sig P?. The Sig 4!O Gi?? then be resp or the c?oning o the eBpt o his org. This USOP Gi?? be
urther e?aborated once conversion has been comp?eted.
<. The !r#pto Materia? Management S#stem (!MMS) Gi?? determine Ghich variab?es shou?d be
a??ocated to diferent gps1mns on the batt?eCe?d3 it is then ?oaded in the "ata Transer "evice ("T") and
then distributed b# other means. This is to inc? the T5@3 @5@3 and Transmission Securit# @e# (TS@)3 the
?atter encr#pts the hopset or OTA6. 2urthermore3 this unction sha?? incorporate the va?idit# date3 no o
channe?s being used on the cr#ptonet being used or that cr#pto period. The !MMS Portab?e "ata
Termina? t#pe " (P"T&") Gi?? assign a?? Ee# reBrs o !OMS5! to speciCc compartments as per the data
speciCed in the 4et Securit# P?an (4SP)
=. The !MMS site sha?? receive and store !OMS5! Ee#ing mat or %++ diferent primar# ?d gps3 as a
min. A?? Ee#ng mat is received rom higher mn !MMS thru hand carried disE cop# or through an externa?
source via a STU&III.
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2.2.13 - CEOIS.
(. The !5OI is the responsibi?it# o the unit 6ad Sgt thru the .de !hie !omm Op3 he maEes dai?#
changing extracts and the# are issued through the !r#pto c?erE to the Sig 4!OKs. It shou?d be noted that
the !5OI Gi?? have a con no ?ocated in the top right corner or accounting purposes3 and Gi?? be destro#ed
Githin tGo hrs o supercession.
2.2.14 - RAD APPT TITLES
(. 6ad Appt Tit?es are ound in A!P (-= !ansupp ((.)3 and are to be strict?# adhered to.
2.2.1& - COLLECTIVE CALL
(. A co?? ca?? is a ca?? to certain designated sta on a net b# use o a co?? ca?? sign Ghich ma# be
Bua?iCed b# Cgures and1or ?etters. The sta are pre&arranged to suit an# given sit as the msn dictates. It is
not essentia? or a?? nets to have co?? ca?? signs. A common use or this t#pe o ca?? is Ghere !1S + Gishes
to speaE Gith a?? !o# !PKs on the net. 2or examp?e Q!!( this is + overQ. !1SKs (3 -3 '3 < and *3 Gou?d
ansGer P6oger overQ3 and !1s + Gou?d then send his message.
USOP 2.3 - ISTAR COUNTER SURV EW AND INT
2.3.1 - ISTAR
(. ISTA6 is a -<&hr p?an comprised o our e?ms3 inte??igence3 survei??ance3 tgt acBuisition and
survei??ance. It inc? !ounter Surv con measures.
-. At ./ ?eve?3 recce p?1tp exist in in1armd regts. Other3 Onon&specP tps are a?so ava? to perorm ISTA6
duties. ./ ISTA6 assets have ?ine o sight capabi?ities in add to the tgt acBuisition mean associated Gith
integra? Gpn s#stems. ISTA6 assets are gen ?td to providing recce pt?s3 OPs3 ?istening posts and ISTA6
eBpt. ./ assets are$
ACTIVE PASSIVE
Search ?t
2?ares
Mor iI?um
Art# I??um
I6 Jares A C?ters
:eh ?ts
!o#ote1/S6
P .inos
6ge /S6
U/S
4O"06
TO8 TI sight
S6AA8 TI sight
M.T TI sight
0A:1!o#ote etc. TI sight
'. Orders. ISTA6 taEes acct o an# mns orders con measures imposed and provide or$
a. "ep? o res b# da#3 ni and bad Geather3
b. Orders or dep? to taEe account o changing vis conditioned3
c. 6e pts3
d. Pt? p?an3
e. Stage o i??um3 Cxed ?ine tasEs and "2s3
. 0a#ing trip Jares3 and
g. Surv p?an
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2.3.2 - COUNTER SURV MEASURES AND CON MEASURES
(. 5ver# comd is resp or ensuring the ?oc protection o his unit or sub&unit at a?? times. Protective e?m
Gi?? serve the purpose o providing ino and ear?# Gng o en presence and intentions.
-. 5ver# unit and sub unit sha?? have viab?e dri??s or a?? actions and eventua?ities that are re?ated to
this USOP (see counter surv con measures chart be?oG.
'. !ounter surv is divided into$
a. Methods to be used to counter en surv (e.g. cam and concea?ment and !recce through toG1recce and
indir Cre ress)3 and
b. Measures b# Ghich comds impose con o the use o$
(() !omms eBpt (6ad and 66) b# the imposition o rad si?ence either on its oGn or as part o e?ec si?ence
(!OMMS 5M!O4).
(-) 4on&comms eBpt (e.g. radar3 ?asers3 nav aids3 I223 homing beacons3 sounds3 te??urometers3 active I6
and rad data ?inEs associated Gith sound ranging but ?ess Ghite ?t)3 b# the imposition o e?ec si?ence.
(4O4 !OMMS 5M!O4).
(') 8hite ?t or tgt acBuisition.
(<) "ir and indir Cre.
(=) :eh ?ts.
(%) 4oise3 heat and mov b# pers and vehs.
c. "eception. See USOP -+'.+=.
<. !ounter surv con measures
=. !ounter surv is divided into$
a. Methods to be used counter en surv3 e.g.3 cam and concea?ment3 and
b. Measures b# Ghich comds impose con o the use o speciCc t#pes o eBpt3 ie 5M!O4$
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UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
2.3.3 - EMCON STATES
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PREFI" DAE DBE DCE DDE DEE DFE G
(& ELEC
SILENCE
IMPOSE
D
4o trans.
A?? rad on
?istening
8atch.
Tota?
si?ence. 4o
emsns
even or
testing.
4o Ghite ?t to
be used.
Surv b#
passive
means.
4o Cring
Githout
permsn o
imposing
comds.
4o ?ts o
an# sort3
inc? I6.
Tota? si?ence. 4o
engines to be run.
4o mov o vehs and
min mov o pers.
Tota? si?ence. 4o
emissions even
or testing.
-& 6A"
SI054!5
IMPOS5"
Ma# be
broEen i
op sit
LustiCes
it3 but
revert to
rad
si?ence
ASAP.
Min
essentia?
testing
on?#.
Si?ence
ma# be
broEen or
speciCc
engageme
nts but
must be
reimposed
immed
aterGards.
0asers ma#
be used.
Use o Ghite
?t or
emergenc#
engagement
s but
Measure (
must be
reimposed
aterGards
2iring on?#
in se?&de
b# indivs A
units
coming
under dir
en Cre.
Other Cre
on?# on
auth o
imposing
comd.
!onvo# ?t
on?#. 4o I6.
Min essentia?
running o engines1
genset. Min use o
heat sources and
mov o pers1vehs.
Min essentia?
testing on?#.
Si?ence ma# be
broEen or
speciCc
engagements but
must be
reimposed
immed
aterGards.
'& SILENCE
LIFTED
4orma?
rad
As or
measure -
unti? (
st

engageme
nt3 ater
Ghich
si?ence is
?ited or
that Gpn or
eBpt.
4orma? use A?? Gpns
subL to
norma? Cre
con.
Side A
convo# ?ts.
I6 on?# i
speciCed.
4orma? use o
engine1generator
heat sources and
mov o vehs1pers.
As or measure -
unti? (
st

engagement3
ater Ghich
si?ence is ?ited
or that eBpt.
< 4o
restrictio
n
4o
restriction
4o restriction 4o
restriction
4o
restriction
4o restriction 4o restriction
4otes !omds must
spec Ghether
trip Jares are
to be set.
(() .raEe
?ts to be
disconnect
ed.
(-) See rd
mov USOP
'+=.
(() Usua??# ordered
at unit ?eve?.
(-) Air bott?e
charging or TI
must be considered
2.3.4 - CAM AND CONCEALMENT
(. 5ver# device possib?e Gi?? be used to reduce the possibi?it# o obsn b# the en o veh3 de
earthGorEs and pers.
-. !am "ri??s. The o? must be inc? in an# cam action$
a. 5ver# veh Gi?? carr# a I6 cam net and suIcient hessian or sacEing to cover a?? shin# parts3
b. :eh. 8hen veh are reBr to ha?t3 dvr Gi?? attempt to Cnd suitab?e cover. Suraces. 4ets Gi?? be erected
un?ess ha?t is EnoGn to be ?ess than (= min3 and
c. TrEs. The prob?em o trEs Gi?? be met in one o tGo Ga#s$
())*&+,&+- -'
(() 6igid trE discip?ine. TrE p?ans Gi?? be estb and adhered to3 Ghere possib?e3 max use shou?d be made o
existing eatures such as rds3 trai?s3 ditches and hedgeroGs in deve?oping trE p?ans3 and
(-) "eception b# maEing so man# trEs that the observer is conused.
d. Units Gi?? emphasise trE discip?ine un?ess advised otherGise.
'. !oncea?ment. 4atura? cover shou?d not be destro#ed or removed except or c?earing ds o Cre3
noise Gi?? be Eept to a min3 exposed ?t and open Cres are prohibited during darEness.
2.3.& - DECEPTION
(. /en guide?ines are$
a. P?ans coord1approved b# unit 7; and mn.
b. Ino JanEing units o p?an and activation.
c. !oord p?ans Gith JanEing units.
d. "o not deJect en efort onto JanEing units un?ess speciCca??# ordered b# mn 7;.
e. Present same picture to a?? en surv means.
. "o not compromise rea? codes3 ?ocs3 reBs etc3 Githout auth o mn 7;.
g. 4o deception using radar or rad Githout auth o mn 7;.
h. "o not conuse oGn orces.
i. 5norce strict Sneed to EnoGH unti? p?an is activated.
L. "eception p?ans must be credib?e to en.
-. 5?ec "eception. An# e?ec deception p?an must be approved at ./ 7; and ma# need c?earance at
mn 7;. P?ans must conorm to the overa?? tac p?an.
2.3.) - ECM
(. /en
a. 5Bpt. A?? operators and users must be aGare o eBpt vu?nerabi?ities.
b. A?tn !omms. !onsider a?tn comms$
(() 0ine.
(-) 6unners.
(') !iv te?.
(<) 0Os.
(=) "6.
c. "ispersion. !onsideration shou?d be given to the extent Ghich the ./ shou?d be dispersed. The
abi?it# to GorE through Lamming is enhanced b# tight dep? Ghich a?so a??oGs the use o ?oGer poGer
?eve?s.
d. 6ad Si?ence. .est method o 5M!O4 but imposition can indicate that mov or important ops imminent.
Must be considered as per to d deception p?an and counter surv con measures.
-. !on Measures$
a. 4et "iscip?ine
(() 5norce estb net op procedures.
(-) 5norce net discip?ine.
(') @eep up to date comms states.
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UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
(<) Avoid rad checEs.
(=) !areu? mon and supervision o net to minimFe en deception.
(%) I reB a??oc permit3 the con sta shou?d order a change o reB oten and at irregu?ar interva?s.
b. Authentication
(() 5norce correct use o authentication.
(-) !ha??enge Ghen intrusion suspected.
c. Damming and "eception
(() 5xpect Lamming1deception. @noG means and p?ans to deeat it.
(-) Maintain sta on o?d reBs i possib?e.
(') /d against attempts at deception. .e suspicious. 6eport immed b# secur means.
d. "e against search3 intercept and "2
(() Siting. Site rad to evade intercept and "2. Use Goods3 b?dgs3 and hi??s as a screen.
(-) Min PoGer. 8hen possib?e3 a?Ga#s op Gith min poGer. To reduce rge Eeep :72 antennas as ?oG as
poss. Site 72 antennas careu??#. Use dumm# antennas to tune transmitters.
(') Short Trans. @eep of air un?ess abso?ute?# nec and then Eeep trans as short as poss.
(<) Std procedures. Use on?# oIcia? procedures and codes.
(=) "ri??s. Use good reB changing dri??s. 8hen poss3 change ops at the same time.
e. "e Against Damming. 0earn to recognise Lamming3 anti&Lamming dri??s are provide at TAM -+'.+-.
. Siting. TaEe en posn into acct Ghen siting antennae. In OPs site antennae on reverse s?opes.
g. MIDI8A6465P. 6eports Lamming b# secure means as per ormat provided at USOP ,+<3 sect ).
(() I comms become unGorEab?e3 change to a?tn reB at next T hr Githout Gait.
USOP 2.4 - PUBLIC AFFAIRS
(. Pub?ic afairs must be coord at a?? ?eve?s3 both in Gar and peacetime. The mn /= has deCnite
responsibi?ities in re? to the pub?ic afairs efort o the bde. These are as o?$
a. ?n Gith the unit IOs3
b. the estb o pub?ic ino ce?? at mn3
c. providing pub?ic afairs advice to the comd3
d. preparing and executing the media p?an3
e. estb and running the media ?n centre3
. coord media escorts in the 2mn area3
g. ?n Gith ?oca? comms and media out?ets3 and
h. estb media contact po?s.
-. Secur o ino is a div responsibi?it#$ 8hen reBr3 the 2mn PIO ma# estb a media centre at the mn1T2
rear 7;.
a. on?# media accredited b# the theatre mn1T2 PIO are auth to unction Githin the 2mn1T2 area o ops.
An# media rep vio?ating estb media grd ru?es Gi?? not be a??oGed to operate in the mn1T2 area o ops.
b. mn PIO designated pers Gi?? escort a?? media pers3
c. guide?ines or ta?Eing Gith neGs media pers inc? the o?$
(() i #ou commanded it3 did it3 or used it3 then #ou can ta?E about it3
())*&+,&+- -=
(-) i #ou do not Gant it pub?ished3 do not sa# it3
(') a?Ga#s exercise OPS5!3
(<) pub?ic ino and OPS5!3
(=) Ghen dir3 the PA22O conducts revieG o an# mat provided or re?3 and
(%) the PA22O Gi?? not censor mat provided or re?ease3 but Gi?? screen it or OPS5! vio?ations.
2.4.2 - CIMIC
(. !IMI! is not a unit responsibi?it# but unit Gi?? be common?# imp?icated in the process at ever# ?eve?
o ops. This imp?ies that the ?oGest ?eve? at Ghich !IMI! unctions Gi?? be coord is at mn ?eve?. 8hi?e not
a?? /=1!IMI! unctions are ound at bde ?eve?3 there exist severa? Ee# duties that must be carried out
-. Unit 6esponsibi?ities$ SpeciCc popu?ation con tasEs Gi?? be assigned to units in the mn Op O./iven
the debi?itating efect that popu?ation mov can have on the conduct o ops3 indications o such mov are to
be passed immed to mn using the SIT65P ormat
USOP 2.& - PTLS
2.&.1 - GEN
(. Pt? activit# is to be c?ose?# con and coord to ensure that rtes3 bdr#s and tasEs have been c?r deCned
and that suIcient ino on pt? activit# has been disseminated to JE units and Gd tps to prevent c?ashes
and misunderstandings. The resp or coord pt? activit# Gi?? norma??# be the mn 7;3 a?though in more
mobi?e ops or Ghen Gd tps are covering ver# Gide rontages3 mn ma# have to de?egate that resp to
units. 2or p?anning purposes3 pt?s tasEed b# the mn3 can expect to dep? or a min o <* hrs. Spec eBpt
reBr Gi?? be detai?ed in the pt? tasE tab?e.
-. Pt?s Gi?? be ordered to$
a. obtain ino about the en and 1or terrain3
b. act as a secur measure to prevent the en gaining ino or to prevent him rom op in an area3 and
c. provide protection to specs carr#ing out speciCc tasEs or duties.
d. In the case o mn sta# behind pt?s1OPs3 pt? activit# p?anning Gi?? be s#stematic. Spec eBpt reBr and
reporting procedures Gi?? be detai?ed in a pt? tasE tab?e.
2.&.2 - DEFINITIONS
(. P?anned Pt?s. P?anned pt?s are those or Ghich tasEs can be c?ear?# ident at ?east (- hrs beore pt?
activit# is to start. In princip?e3 a?? pt? activit# shou?d be pre&p?anned.
-. ;uicE 6eaction Pt?s. ;uicE reaction pt?s are those reBr to cover urgent tasEs Ghich are not indent in
time to be inc? in the pt? tasE tab?e. Such pt?s Gi?? norma??# be tasEed b# unit or sub&unit 7; and are$
a. to react against en inC?tration or activit# Githin ./1unit bdr#s3
b. to asst other pt?s in diIcu?ties3
c. to carr# out ops Gd o the ./1unit 25.A3 and
d. p?anned ater the production o the pt? tasE tab?e.
2.&.3 - PLANNING AND COORD
(. .# -'=) hrs "ai?# & Sub&units send pt? reBr to unit 7; (Un?ess otherGise directed).
-. .# +'++ hrs "ai?# & Unit 7; receives rom bde 7; detai?s o pt? bdr#s3 co??ated pt? tasEs and
?imitations on rtes and timings.
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UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
'. .# ((++ hrs "ai?# & Sub&units send detai?ed rtes and timings to unit 7;.
<. .# (-++ hrs "ai?# & Unit 7; send conso?idated sub&unit tasEs tab?e or next -< hrs period ((*++&
(*++hrs) to mn 7;.
=. SubseBuent Action$
a. 2mn 7;. 2mn 7; conso?idates tasE tab?es and disseminates nec ino to Gd tps.
b. Unit 7;. !hecEs that Gd sub&units Githin bdr#s are aGare o oGn and neighbouring unitsH pt? prgms.
c. Sub&unit 7;. !hecEs that tps are aGare o oGn and neighbouring sub&unitsH pt? prgms.
%. Pt? .dr#s. Unit 7;s ma# divided their a??oc areas into sub&unit areas. 8ithin these areas sub&unit
7;s are so?e?# resp or pt? activit#. Sub&unit 7; coords$
a. "ispatch and rec o pt?s.
b. Maint o comms Gith pt?s.
c. ;uicE reaction orces.
,. !omms.
a. 4orma??# rad si?ence (5M!O4 -).
b. Use norma? passGord.
*. Pt? OPI. 4orma??# unit IO. 6esp or$
a. @eeping pt? reps or re.
b. Maint pt? sit map shoGing exact posn o oGn tps3 mineds3 pre&p?anned "2s3 ino rom ear?ier pt?s3
previous and proposed pt? rtes.
c. .rieCng pt?s or passing nec brieCng ino to sub&unit brieCng ofr.
d. Accurate deCnition o each pt? tasE to avoid dup?ication.
e. AdLusting pt? timings and rtes to avoid repetition and c?ashes.
. Prep and issue o pt? tasE tab?e.
g. "ebrieCng pt?s.
). O! Sub&unit. /ive pt? comd adeBuate Gng and time or recce3 orders3 rehearsa?s and admin.
(+. PT065P ormat is provided at USOP ,+<3 sect *.
())*&+,&+- -,
PART 3 - MANOEUVRE
USOP 3.1 - REGROUPING (REGP)
3.1.1 - PROCESS
(. SeBuence o action$
a. !omd decision o regp.
b. Issue Gng O and orders.
c. Action b# receiving 7;.
d. Action b# changing or Loining sub&unit.
-. Sp e?ms do not move to neG ?oc un?ess speciCca??# ordered.
'. 0og sp sub unit s?ice o A ech accompanies regp sub unit.
3.1.2 - REGP ORDERS
W9; O. Send Gng O ASAP through sup 7; o sub unit being regp.
(. Orders ormat$
a. SIT65P.
b. 6eceiving 7;.
c. Timings (o mov3 4M.3 regrp comp?eted b#3 orders).
d. /p and comd status o sub unit being regp.
e. TasEs on regp.
. 5xpected duration o regp.
g. 6:3 time3 OOM and rte.
h. 7ar part# detai?s.
i. 0og sp.
L. 0n.
E. !a?? signs and reBs o regrp units.
?. Time to estb comms.
m. An# add ino.
3.1.3 - ACTION B! RECEIVING H,
(. Send 0O to 6: to$
a. .rie Loining O! on cbt sit3 ./ dep?3 obs.
b. Issue !5OIs.
c. /uide Loining sub unit to neG ?oc.
d. Issue orders to Loining sub unit.
e. !m detai?s o$
(() /un and A2: State (USOP ,+%.+%).
(-) P56S65P (USOP ,+-.+').
(') Admin1?og reBrs.
(<) 8hen regrp sub unit is op read#3 send to unit 7;3
. SIT65P (USOP,+<.+() or comp?ete regrp.
g. P56S65P sub unit.
h. 0O/SITU4IT (USOP ,+%.+().
3.1.4 - ACTION B! CHANGING OR FOINING UNIT
(. .eore ef !hange o !omd$
a. AsE or regrp orders.
b. !m ca?? sign o mov sub unit to receiving sub unit through sup 7;.
c. Send SIT65P3 P56S65P and add ino reBr.
d. !omd change to receiving unit1sub unit net and mov to 6:
e. !m ?og s?ices ava?.
-. On ef !hange o !omd$
a. Sub&unit changes to receiving sub unit or unit nets.
b. 5nsure suIcient !5OIs received.
c. !m ?oc and mov detai?s.
d. Send an# spec admin reBr.
3.1.& - A ECH ACTION ON REGRP
(. On regrp sub unit to another unit$
a. Provide !;MS1S;MS Gith ech s?ice.
b. Ino receiving unit adm co# intended mov.
c. Arrange mov dir Gith O! adm co# o receiving unit.
d. Ino O! adm co# o receiving unit o admin state o sub unit.
-. On regrp Githin a unit.
a. Ino !;MS1S;MS o both changing and receiving sub units.
b. Ino O! adm co#.
USOP 3.2 - LN
3.2.1 - GEN
(. 0n is to be reciproca? Ghen$
a. A !A unit is p?aced OP!OM1TA!OM o a 7; o another mn or nationa?it#.
b. A !A unit JanEs a mn or unit o another mn or nationa?it#.
-. 8hen ?n is not reciproca?3 responsibi?it# or estb it is$
a. 2rom ?et to right.
b. 2rom rear to ront.
c. 2rom higher to ?oGer mn or unit.
d. 2rom supported mn or unit to supporting mn or unit.
'. 8hen ?n is broEen3 both parties shou?d attempt to re&estb it Gith primar# responsibi?it# remaining
Gith the mn or unit origina??# providing it.
<. :isiting 0O or dets norma??# provide their oGn tpt and comms.
=. 6eceiving 7; responsibi?ities to 0os$
a. Init brieCng.
b. Secur o cr#pto mat and eBpt.
c. Admin.
3.2.2 - LO DUTIES
(. P./0. .eore mov to or rom oGn sub unit3 obtain$
a. !urrent batt?e update.
b. Int update.
c. 2uture intentions.
d. An# ?og ino.
-. I9>6. !arr# no more ino than nec or tasE. MaEe provision or its destruction.
'. 5Bpt.
a. !5OIs (max three da#s).
b. Maps.
c. USOPs.
d. !omms to parent 7;.
e. 6ats.
<. M6?. .eore departing on tasE3 cm$
a. "estination.
b. 6te and 5TA.
c. 4ext ?oc o oGn and destination 7;.
d. M4;4. !o??ect msgs and mai? or de?.
=. OWNSITREP. .e ab?e to provide O84SIT65P as o?$
a. 0oc o Gd e?ms.
b. 0oc o units1sub units3 7;s and bdr#s.
c. 4o o batt?eGorth# tEs and AP!s in each ./.
d. ./1unit O6.AT.
e. 6e?evant tac ino (inc? int). and
. ?n ofr shou?d as a min reBr3 be proCcient in 4ATO ?anguage(5n or 2r) o the receiving 7;(STA4A/
%++()
USOP 3.3 - CONTACT AND COORD PTS
3.3.1 - CONTACT PT
(. !omposition.
a. A pt on the grd manned b# a det rom the mn nearest to the bdr# but reporting dir to the unit nearest
the bdr#.
b. A det o not ?ess than three a?? rEs mtd in a veh.
c. 5ach det is to have comms to its parent unit1mn.
d. In the case o diferent nations manning a contact pt3 the GorEing ?anguage shou?d be one o 4ATO
?anguage ?5ng or 2rench.
e. As ar as poss the same indiv shou?d be assigned to the tasE and not constant?# changed.
-. 5stb o !ontact Pt. .eore estb a contact pt the o? ino must be EnoGn b# both parties$
a. Six Cg /6 o the pt p?us a description o the ?oc.
b. Time at Ghich the pt is to be manned.
c. "escription o other det manning the pt (e.g. str. T#pe and no o vehs expected & and distinguishing
marEs or signs).
d. 6te the det Gi?? approach rom.
e. Ino to be passed.
3.3.2 - COORD PT
(. A t#pica? coord pt Gou?d be a pt on the 25.A through Ghich covering orce tps Gi?? move bacE.
-. 6esponsibi?it# or the provision o 0Os.
a. 2mn 7; is to send a 0O to the coord pt.
b. Units conducting Gdr are to send 0Os to the coord pt to co??ect ino about the mov bacE and to checE
units through.
c. Unit ho?ding grd Ghere coord pt is sit is to be rep b# 0O or the coord pt gd comd.
USOP 3.4 - DMLS
3.4.1 - GEN
(. "m?. The destr o structures3 aci?ities or mat b# use o Cre3 Gater3 exp?3 mech or other means.
-. "irected "m? Tgts.
a. A dm? that is directed can be Cred immed ater prep on order o the ofr to Ghom responsibi?it# or the
dm? has been de?egated. 6estrictions ma# be p?aced on Cring o tgts i.e. in order to maint the deception
p?an a restriction ma# be p?aced on the ear?iest Cring time3 and
b. Once a dm? is comp?eted to State ( (SA25) or State - (A6M5") it must be picEeted unti? it is Cred.
Idea??#3 in or armd recce Gi?? picEet the tgt unti? the order to exec it is given. Pnrs and associated tps can
exec dm?s.
'. 6es "m?s. A res dm?s is con at a speciCc ?eve? o comd and can on?# be Cred IA8 the "4" )('. The
"m? /d !omd Gi?? site his !P in a posn Ghere it can best comd the entire site rom the home side. The
main dm? Cring pt shou?d be co&?oc Gith this !P. Three Cring pts shou?d be estb > tGo on the home side (a
main and an a?tn) and one on the en side. The Cring pts must protect the Cring pt# rom the ef o the
b?ast as Ge?? as Eeeping the dm? in u?? vieG. Prep o the "4" )(' is the resp o the 7; o the Auth !omd.
3.4.2 - RES DML
(. 6esponsibi?ities o Auth !omd.
a. !omp?ete and issue the "4" )(' orm.
b. 2iring o "m?. 7e has three options$
(() Order dm? Cred on receipt o codeGord rom 0O.
(-) Appt a subordinate as auth comd.
(') "e?egate the order to Cre to the dm? gd comd i the en are about to capture it.
c. Provision o "m? /d. 7e must provide a dm? gd to ensure the secur o a res dm?. SiFe and
composition Gi?? taEe account o$
(() Threat rom grd and air.
(-) /rd.
(') 8hether dm? ma# be b?oGn i en is in the act o capturing it.
(<) The importance o the dm? to the de.
d. Provision o 2iring Part#. There must be a dedicated Cring part# or each res.
e. !omms. There must be dir comms betGeen the auth comd and the dm? gd comd. A subordinate
comd de?egated as auth comd must not assume responsibi?it# unti? he estb his oGn comms. !omms ma#
be$
(() 0O rom auth !omdHs 7;
(-) 4orma? !omms
(') Art# comms to OP or 2OO Gith dm? gd comd
(<) extra set on auth !omdHs oGn net
(=) 5ngr net
-. "m? /d !omd. 6eceives his orders on "4" )(' orm. 6esp or$
a. !omd o a?? tps at dm? site.
b. Protection o dm? site.
c. !on o mov across dm? site.
d. @eeping auth comd ino o sit.
e. On receipt o orders rom auth comd3 ordering dm? Cring part# comd to change State o 6eadiness.
This order must be given in Griting on "4" )(' orm.
. On receipt o auth !omdHs order3 ordering dm? Cring part# comd to Cre dm?. This order is given in
Griting on "4" )(' orm.
g. 6eporting ef o dm? to auth comd.
'. "m? 2iring Part# !omd. 6esp or$
a. Maint o state o readiness ordered.
b. Tech advice to dm? gd comd3 inc? time taEen to change state o readiness.
c. !hanging state o readiness Ghen ordered.
d. 2iring dm? Ghen ordered.
e. 6eporting resu?t o dm? through engr channe?s.
<. /p and Seniorit#
a. /p. Add to norma? 6 and O /ps3 consider$
(() 6 /p
(a) A" det comd.
(b) 5ngr.
(c) Protection part#.
(-) O /p
(a) Auth !omdHs 0O.
(b) Other 0Os.
(c) 6ec det comd.
b. Seniorit#. !ompi?e a Gritten seniorit# ?ist shoGing a?? ofrs3 8Os and snr 4!Os o dm? gd and the dm?
Cring pt#. 5nsure pers EnoG a?? EnoG their oGn posn on the ?ists. 5nsure dm? Cring part# comd EnoGs o
?ist. "m? Cring part# comd provides seniorit# ?ist to dm? gd comd.
=. Siting o !P1A?tn !P. Add to norma? actors$
a. !o?ocate dm? gd comd and dm? Cring part# comd.
b. !P shou?d have good vieG over dm? but be sae rom b?ast and debris.
c. !P shou?d be ?arge enough or 0O o auth comd and his comms.
%. Manning o !P. 2o? shou?d a?Ga#s be present
a. "m? gd comd or his -I!.
b. "m? Cring part# comd or his -I!.
c. 0O o auth comd.
,. 7andover o "m?. I dm? is handed over to another gd Githout issue o neG "4" )(' orm3 hand
orm to incoming (Accepting) comd. The outgoing (Transerring) comd is given and retains a signed
statement. I neG "4" )(' orm is issued3 comp?ete para (( o o?d orm. Outgoing (Transerring) comd
retains orm.
USOP 3.& - LEAGUERS HIDES HAR WA
3.&.1 - DEFINITIONS
(. 0eaguer. It is a de ormation adopted b# armd or mech orces Ghi?e the# rep?en3 maint and rest. A
?eaguer is sometimes concea?ed3 adopted b# a orce or admin convenience and protection.
-. 7ide. It is a ?oc that tps occup# beore mov to batt?e or Cre posns. A hide is simp?# an area ofering
concea?ment Ghere a orce Gaits beore ops or mov into batt?e posns.
'. 7ar. It is a temp area that permits dispersa? and concea?ment during rest3 maint rep?en or other
admin activities. It is an area Ghere en intererence is considered un?iEe?# and Ghere the emphasis is on
admin convenience.
<. 8aiting Area. This is a ?oc adLacent to the rte or axis that ma# be used or the dispersa? o veh3 tps
and eBpt3 Ghi?e an e?m is Gaiting to resume mov (ATP '=(A)).
3.&.2 - LEAGUER RAD ORDERS
(. The ormat or ?eaguer occupation orders is as o?s$
a. /6 (encoded)3
b. dir (eg acing north)3
c. rte (enter rom dir)3
d. OOM3
e. timings3 and
. resup.
LA!OUT OF A LEAGUER AND HIDE
-. 2igure '&( and '&- shoG examp?es o a ?eaguer and o a hide.
FIGURE 3-1- SCHEMATIC LA!OUT OF CBT TM LEAGUER
FIGURE 3-2- T!PICAL LA!OUT OF T$ S,N HIDE
3.&.3 - LEAGUER OCCUPATION DRILL
(. 4orma??#3 tEs move into posn Crst a??oGing suIcient distance or in and ech vehs. I in are in ?oc
Crst3 suIcient space must be ?et or tEs on the perimeter.
-. The o? actions taEe p?ace$
a. issue o ?eaguer occupation orders3
b. adopt OOM and move to ?eaguer ?oc3
c. turn of speaEers3 heaters3 interna? ?ts and secur cargo hatches en rte3
d. tps1p?s shaEe out Ge?? to the rear o the ?eaguer ?oc to get into posn3
e. veh trE one another
. vehs mov Gd s?oG?# to taEe up posn and ha?t3 tEs acing out3
g. Crst tp orm ront3 second tp ?et3 third tp right3 ourth tp rear
h. cbt tm 7; and in p? Loin ?eaguer using same dri??3
i. veh sGitch of indiv3
L. tE guns and in M/ traverse to cover arcs3
E. sentries rom O!P ca?? sign Gith rad3 dep? ront3 rear and to both sides o ?eaguer immed3
?. sentries give Qin posnQ b# rad1hand1or ?t sig3
m. ater the ?ast veh has sGitched of there is tGo min o si?ence. !reGs Gatch and ?isten3
n. stand&to cont unti? a?? sentries report their sectors c?r3
o. cbt tm 7; reports area c?ear3
p. tE tp ?drs coord tp arcs Gith the tE tp to their right3
B. ech is ordered to Loin ?eaguer3
r. sub&unit comds report to cbt tm 7; Gith admin reBr and veh state (+ mins o? report o area c?ear3 and
s. arcs o responsibi?it#3 ?oc o secur e?ms and crash 6:Ks are coord b# cbt tm 7;.
3.&.4 - LEAGUER ORDERS
(. The# contain the o?$
a. tac sit3
b. expected duration o sta#3
c. state o readiness3
d. de reBr inc? sentries3 stand&to and con o Cre3
e. cm o 6:Hs or crash ?eaguer3
. OOM or routinr departure3
g. !omm reBr3
h. Pri o GorE inc? protection3 cam3 digging3 maint and eding3
i. Admin3
L. secur pts inc?$
(() OPKs and pt?s inc? ?oc3 rtes in1out and recognition sigs3
(-) 4.! and air sentries3
(') obs p?an inc? trip Jares and mines3
(<) stand to3 a?arm s#stem and Cre con3
(=) arcs o responsibi?it#3 arcs o Cre and rge cards3 and
(%) art# tgts and "2 ?ists3
E. trenches and veh scrapes3
?. cam3
m. comm inc? ?ine3 runners and instr or rad si?ence3
n. noice and ?t discip?ine3 and
o. passGord.
-. 4otes on short rad Os$
a. ./ re? P at cross&rds (six Cgures grid).
b. OOM & ! !o#3 . !o#3 .n 7;K sec e?ms3 (i not a??oc co#s)3 A SBn3 A !o#.
c. 5xisting rds and trEs are used Ghenever possib?e.
d. A guide rom each co# meets his sub&unit at the ./ re? P and guides it to the entrance o the har.
There pI1tp guides meet and ?ead1dir them to their ?ocs.
3.&.& - HIDE/WA DEPARTURE AND CRASH DRILLS
(. 6outine and !rash "eparture dri??s are conducted as o?s.$
ACTIONS DEPARTURE DRILL CRASH DRILLL
A?ert. 8ng O3 state o readiness3 or mov
order b# runners1?ine1or rad.
;uicEest means.
6ad on. On order or on !obra. ASAP ater a?ert.
5ngine start&up. Upon receiving STA6T&UP. ASAP.
Sentries in. On STA6T&UP. On STA6T&UP.
"eparture. On order according to p?an3 OOM and
timing o? the trE p?an.
On O!6AS7R!6AS7R!6AS7P b# the
cbt tm 7; b# pre&designated rtes.
3.&.) - HIDE/HAR AREA LA!OUT
(. 7ide and har ma# be ?oc in Goods or in vi??ages to gain the best advantage o cover and
concea?ment rom grd and air.
-. There are three main t#pes o hide1har ?a#out$
a. 0inear is a?ong the edge o a Good3 hedgeroG3 or vi??age3 primari?# used as har as a?? round de is ver#
?imited.
b. Interna? is dispersed rom a trai? or rd3 through Goods or vi??age again possib?# ?imiting arcs o Cre and
good a?? round de3 primari?# used as a hide.
c. Perimeter is around the outer edge o a Good or vi??age ofering eas# entrance and exit and good a??
round de3 primari?# used as a hide.
FIGURE 3-3- E"AMPLE OF PERIMETER HIDE/HAR LA!OUT
3.&.* - HIDE/HAR PRELIM OCCUPATION ORDERS
(. Pts or inc?usion in pre?im hide1har occupation orders are as o?s$
a. !a?? sign Gi?? occup# a hide1har area at /6RRRRRR(encoded)3
b. recce part# detai?s inc?RRRRR
(() comd (i diferent rom SOPs)3
(-) 6: /6RRRRR(encoded)3
(') time o 6:RRRRRhrs3 and
(<) departure timeRRRRRhrs3
c. 6: Gith guides /6RRRRR(encoded) atRRRRRhrs3
d. main bod# detai?s inc?$
(() 4M.1move atRRRRRhrs3
(-) OOM3
(') rte to 6:3
(<) speed3
(=) distance3
(%) spacing3
(,) ha?ts3 and
(*) stragg?er 6:.
3.&.' - HIDE/HAR RECCE PARTIES
(. The idea? composition o a hide1har recce part# is as o?s$
CBT TM ELM RECCE PART!
!bt Tm 7; 7ide1har Master is batt?e !apt3 !o# -I!3SSM or !SM.
/uides designated as o?s$
In P? -I! and one guide per p?.
Armd One guide per tp.
5ngr One Buide per tp.
Sp Arms One guide each.
A(5ch One guide each.
-. 5Bpt carried b# recce parties norma??# inc?$
a. Gpns both pers and veh mtd Gpns3
b. rads both veh and manpacE3
c. batt?e order inc? 4.! eBpt3
d. rats or one da#
e. Jash?t and C?ters3
. veh posn marEers and
g. !5OI.
3.&.( - DUTIES OF HIDE/HAR MASTER
(. 6eceive pre?im brie on o? pts$
a. tac sit3
b. ?oc o cbt tm area and a?tn3
c. rte to and ?oc o cbt tm 6:3
d. timings to inc? move o recce part#3 main bod# and 5TA at 6:3 and
e. 6: or crash har.
-. /ather3 brie and move recce parties to hide1har ?oc.
'. 6ecce asg areas and se?ect hide1har.
<. !onduct a sGeep o hide1har to ensure it is c?r o en mines3 obs and 4.! contam.
=. A??oc$ areas to sub&units inc? cbt tm 7; and ech inc? trE p?an ans crach 6:s.
%. A??oc3 arcs o responsibi?it# to each sub&unit.
,. "etermine secur tasEs and site sentr# ?oc.
*. Se?ect a?tn hide1har i not a?read# a??oc1do recce.
). 5nsure that guides EnoG the ?oc o a?? sub&unit areas3 the cbt tm 6:3 the crash hide1har 6: and rtes
and maEe sEetch o har or O!.
(+. Send har report to O! and send guides to meet cbt tm at 6:.
((. Prepare drat hide1har orders (i time permit).
3.&.10 - DUTIES OF A HIDE/HAR GUIDE
(. Se?ect and marE posn or each veh.
-. Prep sEetch o har.
'. 6: Gith sub&unit.
<. .rie the sub&unit comd on the o? pts$
a. arcs o responsibi?it# and secur tasEs3
b. ?oc o cbt tm 6: or crash har3
c. ?oc o cbt tm 7; and other tps3 inc? sentries3
d. rtes and trE p?an3 and
e. admin detai?s.
=. 8ithin a har3 pri o GorE is norma??#$
a. secur3
b. resup3
c. maint3 and
d. rats.
3.&.11 - HIDE/HAR OCCUPATION DRILL
(. Sub&units meet guides at 6:.
-. /uides ?ead their tp1p? into posn using the in rte and o? the trE p?an.
'. :ehs are indiv posn3 to a??oG a Gd exit.
<. :ehs sGitch of indiv.
=. Ater the ?ast veh has sGitched of3 there is a pd o tGo mins si?ence Ghi?e creGs Gatch and ?isten.
%. 5stb secur.
,. Stand&to cont unti? sentries report their area c?r.
*. TE tp ?dr coord tp arcs Gith tp on the right.
). 2o? the Qa?? c?earQ3 tp1p? comds report to cbt tm 7; Gith a ?ist o admin reBr and veh state.
(+. Arcs o responsibi?it#3 ?ocs o secur e?ms3 and crash 6:s are coord b# cbt tm 7;.
((. !bt tm comd issues orders3 simi?ar to those or occup#ing a ?eaguer at '+%.+-1+<.
(-. Sub&unit comds report to cbt tm 7; Gith admin reBr and veh state -+ mins o? engine shut doGn
3.&.12 - SECUR
(. The best Ga# to achieve secur is b# maint discip?ine Ghi?e occup#ing a hide1har$
a. cam nets are up at a?? times inc? ni3
b. Its are restr as o?s &
(() on?# C?tered It is used and on?# i nec3
(-) a?? It sources are sGitched of or masEed3
(') reJective suraces are covered3
(<) no smE in open during darEness3 and
(=) no cooEing in open during darEness3
c. use active surv devices according to SOPs3
d. noise is reduced to the min &
(() a?? speaEers of3
(-) min conversation in ?oG tone o voice3
(') care in using too?s and hatches3
(<) generators buried and use restricted3 and
(=) ramps and cargo hatches remain c?osed3
e. comm i sit permits3 max use o ?ine te? Gith disconnected ringers and runners3
. maint trE discip?ine3
g. stand&to as ordered but a?erts are conducted irregu?ar?# b# da# and ni3 and
3.&.13 - NBC CONSIDERATION
(. !ontam avoidance
a. 8here poss site hars and hides to maEe max use o the protection rom ?iBuid contam provided b#
barns and actor# comp?exes.
b. 8here Goods have to be used3 cover eBpt Gith protective sheeting.
-. !o??ective protection. A?? pers shou?d have access to secure she?ters or protected area or a min o
< hrs in -<.
USOP 3.) - RGE CARDS
(. Prep rge cards as soon as posn occupied.
-. A?? Arms 6ge !ards. A cop# is shoGn here. It is issued separate?#. I none are ava?3 produce rge
card in this ormat rom ?oca? mat$ sca?e.
FIGURE 3-4- RGE CARD
USOP 3.* - HEL OPS
3.*.1 - GEN
(. The aim o this USOP is to provide pers3 reBr to emp? ( 8ing he?3 Gith detai?s on avn ?oG ?eve? tac
SOPs.
-. The intro o 4ight :ision /ogg?es (4:/) to !A Tac Avn in ())+ resu?ted in a much increased
capabi?it# to provide ?oG ?eve?3 tac ni sp. There are certain conditions Ghere the existing ?t ?eve? is so ?oG
that insuIcient ?t exists to a??oG sae ?oG ?eve? Jt.
'. There exists a period o time at sunset and sunrise Ghere there is either not enough ?t to da# tac
J# or too much ?t to ni tac J# Gith 4:/Ks. The ?ength o this period o time is main?# dependant on the
speed o the setting or rising sun. 0onger periods exist in northern and southern ?atitudes Ghi?e shorter
periods exist near the eBuator.
<. "ue to the comp?exities o 4:/ Jt more coord is reBr or both msn and Jt p?anning thereore more
time must be a??oGed or batt?e procedures. :irtua??# a?? msn proC?es can be JoGn using 4:/s3 a?though
the tasE eIcienc# o some are great?# reduced due to their ?imitations (examp?e & recce and obsn).
3.*.2 - TAS$ING HEL
(. 750;U5ST. "uring ops a unit that does not have he? ress or the appropriate t#pe and Buantit# o
he? ress grouped Gith it3 but Ghich reBr he? sp or a speciCc tasE or period o time3 ma# reB this sp using
the 750;U5ST ormat to be ounded at USOP ,+=.+< and b# adopting the o? procedures$
a. .de Units. Units shou?d Gd 750;U5ST to .de 7; on the comd net. Msn acceptance Gi?? be passed
bacE to the reBuesting unit using the same means b# Ghich it Gas received. The acceptance Gi?? norma??#
inc? such pertinent msn detai? as Time on TasE (TOT)3 no and t#pe o ac and coord reBrs.
-. 6eB1TasE 4os. The reB or tac avn sp inc? a no that indicates the t#pe o msn reB and ident the
reBuesting unit. I the msn reB is accepted3 the reB no becomes the msn no. The reB no consists o a
sing?e digit preCx speci#ing the t#pe o msn3 o? b# a sing?e ?etter and three digits ident the reBuesting
unit and the speciCc tasE. 2SOP '+%.(- designate speciCc no and ?etters to be used.
3.*.3 - IMMED HEL RE,
(. It is accepted that there Gi?? be occasions Ghen critica? reBs or immed avn sp Gi?? arise3 such as in
the case o mass cas evac. 6eBs or immed sp o? the same rte as do 750;U5ST3 hoGever3 the# are
norma??# passed b# rad using an abbreviated ormat and shou?d norma??# be given pri over other
750;U5ST.
-. The ormat or an immed reB is based on the 750;U5ST ormat but on?# the o? essentia? ino need
be inc?$
a. proGord to indicate tasE or reB3
b. ident o reBuesting unit and reB1msn no (87O)3 and
c. description o msn3 inc?$
(() A0P7A & "escription o tasE (87AT)3
(-) .6A:O & Timing and duration o tasE (8754)3
(') !7A60I5 & PicE up pt & "estination (87565)3
(<) "50TA > !on and !oord (7O8)3 and
(=) 5!7O & Specia? Instructions
3.*.4 - COMMS TAC HEL
(. 8hen not invo?ved on other dedicated user reB3 ( 8ing he?s mon :72 2M 5mergenc# reB o <+.=
M7N.This is reerred to as the 2M /d reB. This gd reB is or emergenc# use on?#3 a?? grd units shou?d be
aGare o its existence. The unit ca??ing shou?d state the he?Ks ?oc and dir o Jt as o?$
a. Q7e? over hi?? %(+ J#ing 4orth at ?oG a?t3 this is -( on 2M /6". !ontact me on & (reB or codeGord)Q.
@noG?edge o this /6" reB ma# be o specia? importance in an emergenc# casevac or extraction sit.
-. 2M 7OMI4/. A?? he? are capab?e o Cnding a unit ?oc b# homing on their rad. This procedure is
ca??ed Q7omingQ. The rad procedure or homing is$
a. 7e?. Q'- this is 7ote? (-3 transmit (= secs or homing overQ3 and
b. !S '-. Q'- 6O/56Q (grd sta Eeeps transmit button depressed or reB no o secs) Q'- outQ.
'. 8henever !omm 5?ec Op Instr (!5OIS) are issued that inc? codeGords or homing3 the codeGords
Gi?? be used3 a?? other procedures Gi?? remain the same.
<. "uring the no&voice trans3 the p?t Gi?? steer toGards the unit ?oc. I the p?t reBr urther dir
assistance3 the procedure Gi?? be repeated.
=. Sta passage is diIcu?t to determine and the user unit shou?d advise the he? creG o their re?ative
posn to the unit ?oc as soon as the he? comes into vieG. 8hen passing dir ino to the p?ts3 give dir rom
unit ?oc to the he? as o?$
a. 5xamp?e (. Q7ote? (- this is '-3 #ou are south o m# ?oc overQ3 or
b. 5xamp?e -. Q7ote? (- this is '-3 #ou are northGest =++ m overQ.
%. :isua? aids such as Jares3 smoEe3 ?ts or Juorescent pane?s ma# be disp?a#ed Ghen the he? so reB.
2or obvious secur reasons the o? procedures must be o?$
a. grd unit disp?a#s visua? aid on reB3 (usua??# co?oured smoEe)3
b. p?t states co?our seen3 and
c. grd unit cm co?our is correct.
,. 4otes$
*. SmoEe generator to be p?aced doGnGind rom the 0P.
). Pane?3 Ghen used3 to be removed rom 0N Ghen he? is on Cna? approach.
PART 4 - FIREPOWER
USOP 4.1 - INDIRECT FIRE SP
4.1.1 - GEN
(. This USOP is app?ic to indir Cre sp Ghich inc?$
a. mor3
b. guns1hoGs3 and
c. M06S.
-. The coord o !AS ress are covered in 2SOP '+%.
'. 0oc art# and art# int are a mn unction and are detai?ed in 2SOP <+(.
4.1.2 - FIRE SP COORD MEASURES
DEFINITIONS % CHARACTERISTICS
(. 2ire Support !o&ordination 0ine (2S!0). A ?ine estb b# the appropriate grd comd Ousua??# at corps
?eve?P to ensure coord o Cre not under his con but that ma# afect current tac ops. The 2S!0 is used to
coord Cres o air3 grd or sea Gpns s#stems using an# t#pe o ammo against surace tgts. The 2S!0 shou?d
o? Ge??&deCned terrain eatures. The estb o the 2S!0 must be coord Gith the appropriate tac air comd
and other sp e?ms. Sp e?ms ma# atE tgts Gd o the 2S!03 Githout prior coord Gith the grd orce comd3
provided the atE Gi?? not produce adverse surace efects on3 or to the rear o the ?ine. AtEs against
surace tgts behind this ?ine must be coord Gith the appropriate grd orce comd. The 2S!0 is marEed on
a?? tac maps b# a so?id b?acE ?ine shoGing the date1time o efectiveness and ?abe??ed O2S!0P.
-. 4o 2ire 0ine (420). 2mns ma# estb a 420 to coord Cre3 Ghich is under the con o their subordinate
mns and units. The 420 is a ?ine short o Ghich art# or ships do not Cre except on reB or approva? o the
supported comd3 but be#ond Ghich the# ma# Cre at an#time Githout danger to riend?# tps. The ?oc o
the 420 is norma??# estb b# .de comds and coord at the next higher 7;. 420s Gi?? be p?otted on a?? tac
maps b# a so?id b?acE ?ine shoGing date1time o efectiveness and ?abe??ed O420P.
'. 6estrictive 2ire 0ine (620). A 620 is a ?ine estb betGeen converging riend?# orces that prohibits
Cre or efects rom Cre3 across the ?ine Githout coord Gith the afected orce. It Gi?? be estb b# the 7; that
con both orces3 based on submissions rom them. It is ordered using the same ormat as or a 2S!0. It
Gi?? be marEed on a?? tac maps b# a so?id b?acE ?ine shoGing date1time o efectiveness and ?abe??ed O620P.
<. 2ire !o&ordinated Area. It Gi?? sometimes be nec or desirab?e or a comd to restrict Cre into an
area. This Cre coord area is an area Gith speciCc restraints into Ghich Cres in excess o those restraints
Gi?? not be de?ivered Githout approva? o the auth estb the restraints. The sit Gi?? be especia??# preva?ent
in ?oG intensit# conJicts Ghere cu?tura?3 spiritua? or med aci?ities Gi?? be spared Ghenever possib?e. Such
areas Gi?? be marEed on a?? tac maps in the same manner as 420s (hoGever in red) and Cre on?# dir into
them Gith the approva? o the 7; Gho estb the restriction or restraint.
USOP 4.2 - DIR FIRE SP
4.2.1 - WPNS DATA
S/. W094
298 EC0<
R;/ B24:3 M2:9< L8 A776 TA0/ R2</ 6> F:./
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) ()
!, (M(%A-) <++ m '=+ rds per (-+ rds per .a??3 tracer 4orma? = rds1min3
6apid -+ rds1min
!* (M(%A-
!A6.I45)
'++ m '=+ rds per (-+ rds per .a??3 tracer 4orma? = rds1min3
6apid -+ rds1min
!) (MI4IMI) %++ m *++ rds per -=+ rds per .a??3 tracer Sustained ,=+ to (+++ rds1min
!% (24 MA/
=*) /PM/
(-++ m Armds =+%+
Inr (,%+
--+ .a??3 tracer 4orma? ((+ rds1min3 6apid --+
rds1min
7M/ =+ !a? *++ m
(-++ m
.a??
a. Pers - +++ m
b. tracer
c. !<< AP Anti .MP *++ m
4orma? <+ rds1min3
6apid (++ rds1min
!' Sniper
6iJe
%++ m '+ rds per = rds per .a??
M&,- &
S6AA8(0)
(-= m '1TrE :eh -= rds (1
8h :eh
7eat Shot disposab?e
!ar? /ustav &
S6AA8(7)
'++ m % rds per - rds per 7eat Max <&= rds1min
S6A88
569M
%++ m (- rds per < rds per 7eat ( to ' rds1min depending on
rge (%++ m in (' Secs)
TO8 II ',=+ m '% rds per (- rds per 7eat -&' rds1min depending on rge
(' +++ m in (= Secs)
0eopard
(+= mm
<+++ m
-<++ m
<+++ m
75S7
AP2S"S
SM@
0A: '
1!O9OT5
(-= mm
!annon)
'+++ m
(+++ m
-<++ rds per (-++ rds
per
a.75I&T 3
b.AP"S :S AP! ' +++ m -
<++ rds ( -++ rds Max ef3
per Gpn per Gpn vs I2: (
+++ m
(.rds1min
0t MO6
%+ mm
75 G1bipod >
-= >(,++m3
G1o bipod >
(++&,++m3
SmE G1bipod
> -=&(<=+m3
81o bipod
(++&,++m3
I??im G1bipod
> ',=&
(%++m3
81o bipod
'++&,%=m
%< rds per '- rds per 75 4orma? (* rds1min b. 6apid -=
rds1min
M5" MO6
*( mm
7518P & ,+&
==++m3
I??um > ,++&
=+++ m
75 Gp 4orma? -+ rds1min
( min (= rds1min
' mins
Sustained (- rds1min
79 MO6
(-+ mm
((++&*('= m (=+ rds per =+ rds per (=+ Gpn
a. 753 smE3 i??
P6PA (758IT7 6AP)
4orma? (* rds1min
( min % rds1min
' mins
S/. W094
298 EC0<
R;/ B24:3 M2:9< L8 A776 TA0/ R2</ 6> F:./
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) ()
P6.A (A!TI&0T A6M") Sustained - rds1min
M5" Sp
(== mm
a.(*+++ m
b.-'+++ m
c.(*+++ m
d.(*+++ m
e.(*+++ m
.(,=++ m
g. T.!
h. T.!
<=+ rds per ()< rds per a. 75
b. 75 6AP
c. SmE
d. I??um ( /rid sBuare
e. :T
. "P I!M
g. Scat mins (6AAMS1
A"AM)
h. !opperhead
4orma? ' rds1min
( min - rds1min
' mins3
Sustained ( rd1gun1 min
00 PT MS0
(Dave?in)
'+++ m (+ rds per - rds per 75 (.rd1min
PT /U4
(S@9/A6")
<+++ m %,= rds per --= rds per a. 75&T
b. AP"S&T gun gun
c. 75&incendiar#
==+ rds1min
00 A65A MS0
(A"ATS)
(+++ 1
*+++ m
(- rds per < rds per 75 ms? 4O .AS5" O4 "ISTA4!5 2I65
> < rds per ?auncher
USOP 4.3 - ALL ARM AIR DEFENCE (AAAD)
4.3.1 - GEN
(. There are tGo t#pes o AAA" > active and passive.
-. 5Bpts that ma# be dep? in mn or ./ areas are c? as S7O6A" Gpns$
a. Area Air "e$ A"ATS A SE#/rd
b. !?ose Air "e$ DA:50I4
c. Se? "e$ AAA" Gpns & MM/3 0M/ and SA
'. 8pn !on Orders(8!Os)
a. 8pns 7O0"2I65. 5ngage on?# in se?&de.
b. 8pns TI/7T. On?# engage i$
(() 6ecognised as hosti?e.
O6
(-) !ommitting a hosti?e act.
<. !ance??ation. Ater engagement3 Gpns revert to previous 8!O. Issue o a neG 8!O cance?s a
8!O.
4.3.2 - ACTIVE
(. A?? e?ms o the unit must be capab?e o deending themse?ves against hosti?e ac. This capabi?it# is
EnoGn as OAAA"P and embraces a?? non&specia?ists A" Gpns used against the hosti?e ac.
-. !ounter&Measures (!Ms). !Ms inc? the passive measures described at USOP -+' and the active
measures described in this USOP. Active !Ms inc?$
a. evasive action3 and
b. aggressive action.
4.3.3 - PASSIVE
(. USOP =+< describes the passive measures that shou?d be used b# a?? units to ensure their
protection against atE rom the air.
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
PART & - PROTECTION
USOP &.1 - NBC DEFENCE
&.1.1 - NBCD COMD AND CON
(. 6esponsibi?ities
a. !omd. The comd must$
(() consider 4.! re?ated actors Ghi?e preparing est in the p?anning ph o an op3
(-) order the 4.! State3
(') order the activation o the 4.!" !e??3
(<) order the activation o 4.!" sv# tms and 4.!" sentries3
(=) order op decon3 and
(%) appt 4.!" O.
b. 4.!" O. The unctions o the unit 4.!" O are$
(() advise the comd on 4.!" matters3
(-) organiFe and operate the 4.!" !e??3
(') organiFe unit 4.!" trg3 and
(<) maint ?n Gith JanEing units 4.!" Os.
c. 4.!" !e??. This ce?? Gi?? be activated during an active or potentia??# active 4.! environ. It Gi??
comprise the unit 4.!" O3 an 4.! 4!O and tGo Lr 4!Os. Once activated3 this ce?? must operate -<1, Gith
at ?east the unit 4.!" O or the 4.!" 4!O present and shou?d be co&?ocated Gith the unit !P. The 4.!"
!e?? Gi?? be resp or$
(() reporting the initia? en use o nuc3 bio and chem Gpns b# the most expeditious means ava? (4.!()3
(-) coord the unit 4.! Gng and 6eporting S#stem(higher3 ?oGer and JanEing)3
(') coord sv# and recce tasEings3
(<) coord unit and sub&unit op and comp?ete decon3
(=) receipt3 co??ation and dissimination o 4.! report3 Ggns and a?arms3
(%) maint an up&to&date disp?a# map o 4.! atEs o op signiCcance3
(,) maint records o 4.! contam areas and rtes3 area radiation intensities in the unit area o interest3
(*) maint records o unit and sub&unit 6adiation 5xposure States (65S)3
()) orGarding samp?es o 4.! agents to higher 7;3 and
((+) coord 4.!" eBpt and mat resup.
d. 4.! Sv# tms. 4.! sv# tms must be capab?e o perorming rad and chem sv# as dir. The# Gi?? be estb
on order or each sub&unit. 5ach tm o a min o one recorder and one tester and shou?d consist o a min
o Cve 4.!" Bua?iCed pers to conduct chem sv#. "uties Gi?? inc? an# or a?? o the o?$
(() rte and area recce to determine contam areas3
(-) signing o contam areas and sae rtes3
(') ident and samp?ing o 4.! agents3
(<) co??ecting ino or the preparation o 4.! reports <3 = and %3 and
(=) Maint a??otted 4.!" eBpt.
e. 4.! "econ tms. 4.! decon tms Gi?? be estb on order or each sub&sub units. The tm composition Gi??
var# in siFe according to the decon reBr. Their duties Gi?? inc? 4.! sentries.
&.1.2 - NBC DEFENCE HA#ARD AVOIDANCE
(. 4.! 6eporting as per USOP ,+<3 sect '.
-. Mission Orientated Protective Posture (MOPP)
4.! "ress State
(() (-)
Meaning
MOPP 6ead#
(')
MasE carried. (
st
set IP5 ava? Githin - hrs
-
nd
set IP5 ava? Githin % hrs
MOPP + MasE carried. IP5 immed ava?
MOPP ( MasE carried. Suit Gorn3 boots and g?oves carried.
MOPP - MasE carried. Suit and boots Gorn3 g?oves carried.
MOPP ' MasE carried. Suit3 boots and g?oves Gorn.
4otes$
(. To an# o the above categories3 the Gord 724B is added to
signi# that it is Gorn Gith the eBpt a?so Gorn at the MOPP ?eve?. (eg.
MOPP - MasE)
-. 6ecogniFing risE mgt3 the suIx FAC$ET OPEN or FAC$ET OFF
can be added to dress categories (3- or '.
'. 6ecogniFe o airmobi?e3 A. and ?ight orces.
&.1.3 - PROTECTION OF INDIV AND UNIT E,PT AND SUP
(. 6ecommendation according to threat
4.!
T765AT
T765AT "52I4ITIO4 65!OMM54"5" A!TIO4S
0O8 5n has of 4.!
capabi?it# but there is
no indication o use in
immed uture
I4"I:
MOPP +
!hecE IP5 or svc
6evieG 4.! dri??s and a?arms
"econ utensi?s beore drinEing and eating
U4IT
!over Gater and ood sup
!hecE 4.! eBpt or svc and ensure ho?dings are current
!hecE that co?? protection (!O0P6O) components are
comp?ete and svc
M5"IUM 4.! Gpns have been
used in another op
area and1or there are
strong indications that
en Gi?? use 4.! Gpns
in immed uture
I4"I:
MOPP + (NUC THREAT 691A)
MOPP (3 - or ' (!75M1.IO T765AT)
Posn '&Ga# detector paper on IP5
5nsure 4.! masE read# or immed use
5nsure canteen is u?? o Gater
U4IT
Order .!8 Survia? 6u?e (A6OUS5) into ef
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
Post 4.! sentries
Psn '&Ga# detection paper on vehs Githin dvrs vieG
Activate unit detection3 a?arm and reporting s#stems
Prep med aci?ities to recv 4.! cas
On mn order3 issue and commence taEing
p#rodistigmine bromide tab?ets (one1*hrs)
!over ood and Gater
P?ace max pers under cover
!?ose vehs and b?dg GindoGs3 doors and hatches
!over vu?nerab?e eBpt and mat
7I/7 4.! atE is imminent in
immed area
I4I":
MOPP + (NUC THREAT ONL!) (NOT IN FALLOUT
#ONE)
MOPP ' MAS@ > Ordered on?# Ghen abso?ute?# nec3 msn
prevai?s
U4IT
!?ose doGn a?? vehs and b?dgs
Impose sector contam contro?$
Assume a?? pers3 mat and vehs entering a sub&unit
area are contam unti? proven c?ean
!on the entr# to con pts3 !O0P6O3 vehs and covered
spaces
Put !O0P6O s#stems into state o readiness
-. Possib?e contam ood is not eaten un?ess it has been checEed and re?eased or consumption b#
med pers. 8hen in doubt3 do not eat.
&.1.4 - DRILLS % PROCEDURES
(. A?? pers must be u??# conversant Gith the o? dri??s$
a. IA dri??3
b. I" dri??3
c. UnmasEing dri??3 and
d. .!8 surviva?.
e. 4.! S54T6I5S are to be dep? as per TAM ((+.+<.
&.1.& - FRIENDL! NUC STRI$E (STRI$WARN)
(. In the event o a riend?# nuc striEe3 the Gords "ANN053 "ANN053 "ANN05 Gi?? be passed at the time
on tgt (TOT) minus = mins.
-. The o? dri?? Gi?? be comp?eted a?? A2:Ks$
a. posn veh behind cover pointed in the dir o b?ast3
b. guns over bacE decE3
c. sights and optics protected3
d. externa? stoGage removed3
e. antennas removed3
. e?ectrica? eBpt shou?d be turned of unti? TOT p?us - mins3
g. hatches c?osed3
h. a?? interna? stoGage secur3
i. master sGitch and a?? constant poGer circuits of3 and
L. creGs brace themse?ves and c?ose their e#es.
'. 4.! 6eporting as per USOP ,+<3 sect '.
&.1.) - CONTAM CON
(. Pre&atE p?ans and procedures are to be made to avoid pers and eBpt becoming contam Ghere
possib?e. These are to inc?$
a. haFard marEing$
(() orders or marEing haFards3
(-) provision and checEing o haFard marEing signs3 and
(') coord o 4.! haFard marEing and 4.! reco tms.
b. use o cover. 8here possib?e3 pers3 eBpt and stores are to be p?aced under cover (M#?ar i ava?) to
prevent dir contam shou?d an atE occur. !over gives protection rom radioactive dust and most ?iBuid bio?
and chem agents. !hem vapour in Ce?d concentrations is un?iEe?# to cause contam3 and
c. rte p?anning. TrE p?ans are to be ?aid doGn designating rtes Ghere post&atE contam picE&up is ?east
?iEe?#. These Gi?? be a?ong roads or vegetation&ree trEs. Such trEs Gi?? reBuire recce to checE or contam3
particu?ar?# so?id contam that is not absorbed into the surace.
-. In order to ensure that contam is being avoided3 eforts must be made to ?ocate and ident the
nature and t#pe o contam. This is achieved through 4.! mon and sv# tms. Units are resp or radio?ogica?
and chem mon surve#ing.
'. 6adiation 5xposure State (65S). The 65S s#stem has been deve?oped to assist comds in the
p?anning o ops that must be conducted under conditions o radio?ogica? contam. The detai?s o this
s#stem3 inc? reporting reBrs3 are contained at (7#per?inE to) T.!.TAM (+<
&.1.* - LIMITATION OF SPREAD
(. At unit ?eve?3 ?imitation o spread can be achieved primari?# through con o mov into and out o
contam areas. The o? measures shou?d be taEen Ghen a move is being conducted in an area EnoGn or
suspected to be contam$
a. checE a?? pers3 vehs3 and sup or contam prior to entering unit1mn areas3
b. ident 4.! sentries or rai?road and rd move and 4.! sv# tms or rd moves3
c. sv# rtes3 hides3 batt?e posns etc. or possib?e contam3
d. avoid moving through a contam area i possib?e3 and
e. marE contam vehs3 pers3 eBpt and areas.
-. 8hen orced to cross a contam area3 a?? vehs Gi?? ha?t at ?east =++m short o the contam3 c?ose a??
hatches and creGs Gi?? don masEs. So?diers on board open vehs Gi?? assume MOPP ?eve? M' MasE. 8hen
the move commences3 the o??oGing precautions shou?d be taEen$
a. extend interva? to (-=m and s?oG to * @P73
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
b. improve shie?ding i time and mat permits3
c. avoid brushing under trees or driving through pudd?es3
d. assume a Gedge or staggered mn3 do not o??oG dir behind the veh to the ront and avoid an# dust or
debris throGn up3
e. ater crossing the area3 pers in MOPP 7I/7 Gi?? checE or contam3 and
. based on the contam present and the tac sit3 the comd ma# decon3 continue operating c?osed doGn3
or conduct the procedure beore unmasEing and give the QA00 !05A6Q and continue the msn.
'. 8eather and "eca#. 4.! contam is reduced passive?# and progressive?# b# the Geathering o bio
and chem agents and b# the deca# o nuc radiation. .eore an atE3 p?ans must be made designating eBpt
and stores Ghich3 i contam3 Gi?? be ?et either to Geather or unti? the radiation has dropped to acceptab?e
?eve?s.
&.1.' - MAR$ING CONTAM AREAS
(. 8here an area has been contam3 the unit resp or that area Gi?? be resp or posting 4.! contam
signs3 not on?# or its oGn saet# but a?so to prevent the risE o unnec exposure to other units or to those
indiv Gho might unEnoGing?# enter the area.
-. The std marEing signs as prescribed b# STA4A/ -++- Gi?? be used.
'. Areas that contain more than one t#pe o contam Gi?? be marEed Gith a?? re?evant marEing signs.
Signs Gi?? be p?aced on the perimeter o the contam area c?ose enough together to prevent unintentiona?
entr#. MarEers Gi?? be ?et in p?ace i the area is evacuated beore contam becomes insigniCcant un?ess
the area is to be abandoned to the en.
&.1.( - DECON
(. "econ is a measure o ?ast resort to be taEen on?# Ghen avoidance3 ?imitation o spread and
Geathering and deca# are unsuccessu? in avoiding contam.
-. There are three categories o decon$
a. Immed "econ. Perormed b# the indiv on himse?3 using eBpt and ress immed ava?3 to enab?e him to
remove gross contam rom the bod#3 c?othing3 eBpt and pers Gpn.
b. Op "econ. Perormed using unit eBpt to reduce contam to a ?eve? that Gi?? a??oG current ops to
continue. As a min3 the contact areas o Gpns and eBpt reBr b# the immed sit Gi?? be decon.
c. Thorough "econ. Perormed Gith assistance rom a specia?iFed unit to comp?ete?# e?iminate or
neutra?iFe the haFard to pers3 c?othing3 eBpt3 Gpns3 vehs and sup.
'. Immed and op decon is a unit responsibi?it# to be carried out Githout assistance o a mn1T2 7;.
The conduct o thorough decon Githin the mn1T2 is the responsibi?it# o the mn1T2 7;.
<. The unit 4.! O Gi?? con op decon via the unit 4.! !e??.
=. Thorough "econ. The mn1T2 Supp?# !ompan# 0aundr#3 .ath and "econtamination (0.") P? is
tasEed to provide decon sp to a?? e?ms o the mn1T2 Immed decon. User unit Gi?? be resp to$
a. provide augmentation as tasEed b# higher 7;3
b. site and con the initia? ass# area3
c. site and con the Cna? ass# area3 and
d. provide a 0O.
&.1.10 - HANDLING AND TMT OF NBC CAS
(. Procedure or hand?ing and tmt o 4.! cas are provided in TAM %+=.
USOP &.2 - PASSWORDS % CHALLENGING PROCEDURES
&.2.1 - PASSWORDS
(. PassGords are issued b# 2mn 7;s and disseminated to unit 7;s through .de /-. The# consist o
cha??enge bigrams and ansGer bigrams (e.g. !ha??enge AA & AnsGer //). The# change dai?# at (-++hr
?oca?.
-. !ompromise. I passGord is compromised3 ino ?oca? comd as BuicE?# as possib?e.
'. 0imitations. PassGords are on?# an indication o ident. Other methods o cm ident are$
a. :is recognition.
b. I" cards (add evidence3 not proo).
c. ;uestioning.
&.2.2 - CHALLENGING PROCEDURES
(. Sentr#Hs Actions.
a. A?ert ?oca? comd (i poss).
b. 7A0T & 7A4"S UP.
c. A":A4!5 O45 to be recogniFed.
d. 7A0T.
e. !7A0054/5 (on?# i no vis recognition).
. A":A4!5 O45.
-. Opening 2ire. A?? rEs must carr# and adhere to the re?evant orders or opening Cre contained in
6O5 (USOP (+*).
&.2.3 - CODEWORDS/NIC$NAMES/PASSWORDS
(. The use o codeGords and nicEnames Githin the Unit is con b# the .de.
-. The .de /- Gi?? issue a?? codeGords and nicEnames to be used Githin the unit. The .de /- prior to
each op Gi?? issue them to units sing?# or in b?ocEs.
USOP &.3 - EMERGENC! ALARMS
W9; A:. A<B NBC A;/9<4 A:. 298 NBC C1/2.
:is A?arm !o?our
and Shape
6ed .?acE
4.! 8ng 6Et (-)
6emove1change vis
sigs
:is Sig !rossing Arms
above hd
MasE Up
Audib?e A?arm
(') (<)
:oice (e.g. Air
6edU) :eh horn
8hist?e b?asts ('
sec on ( sec of)
:oice (/as3 /as3
/asU)
.ang meta? on
meta?
:oice
7orn b?ast or ( min
4ATO (!iv "e) 8arb?ing siren or (
min
Interrupted
Garb?ing siren
Stead# siren or (
min
4otes$
(. A?arms$
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
a. A?arms or grd atE to be in accordance Gith the tac sit.
b. Air 6aid 8ng states$
(() 6ed$ AtE Imminent
(-) 9e??oG$ AtE Probab?e
(') 8hite$ AtE Un?iEe?#
(<) "o not conuse Gith Ghist?e sig or stand&to. There is no 4ATO agreement on sigs or stand&to. I
Ghist?e or horn sig is nec3 use continuous b?ast.
-. Use vis sigs i poss.
USOP &.4 - INDIV % SUB-UNIT PROTECTION MEASURES
&.4.1 - PROTECTION WHEN STATIC
(. .asic "ri??
a. /et under cover.
b. Mount sentries.
c. !hecE area or mines3 etc.
d. !?earance pt?s.
e. Practice stand&to.
-. A?ert States. Order appropriate a?ert state3 suggested sta?e or units1sub&units$
a. GREEN ALERT "a# on?#.
(() 4!O I! protection.
(-) One grd sentr#.
(') One chem sentr#.
(<) One air sentr#.
(=) One on rad Gatch per sub&unit.
b. AMBER ALERT Min or ni protection.
(() /rd sentries doub?ed.
(-) One veh rads on standb# per p?1tp.
c. RED ALERT
(() !omd I! protection.
(-) (++V stand&to.
(') :eh creGs mtd and read# to move.
'. STA4" TO
a. 8hen Crst occup#ing a neG posn.
b. 8hen atE b# grd orces.
c. 8hen Garned o a speciCc threat.
d. at !omdHs discretion.
USOP &.& - MINE WARFARE
&.&.1 - MAR$ING
(. "uring Gar ops3 tac mineCe?ds must be marEed Ghen ?aid$
a. 2ence on a?? sides. Use existing ences3 sing?e concertina or Gaist high sing?e strand Gire.
b. 2asten red triangu?ar marEers3 some inscribed SMI45SH (in Ghite) to ence at a max o =+ m interva?s.
-. MarEing. The o? guide?ines app?#$
a. MineCe?ds Gi?? be marEed Gith a perimeter ence un?ess otherGise ordered. 5xisting ences ma# be
used Ghere suitab?e3
b. The ence Gi?? not conorm to the shape o the mineCe?d nor give aGa# its extent. It Gi?? a?Ga#s
enc?ose some unmined grd3
c. The ence (on the en side) Gi?? not be obvious but must be visib?e to those Gho EnoG its approximate
posn3 and
d. A?? ences3 existing or emp?aced3 are to be marEed Gith signs to shoG their nature.
&.&.2 - REPORTING AND RECORDING
(. OGn Mineds.
a. Protective. Ino 5ngrs o an# protective mineds ?aid i not picEed up Ghen unit redep?o#s. P?an
mineds inc? SM through Unit 7;. 8hen ?aid3 report shou?d be submitted to .de 7;3 using ormat provide
in USOP ,+<3 sect %3 as reBr.
b. Tactica?. !onst b# engrs. 6ecords are Gd IA8 para <.
-. Send Sintention to ?a#H rep to .de 7; (on?# i ./ does not have obs emp?acement auth).
'. 5n MineCe?ds. 6eport en mineCe?ds Gith appropriate sers o O.S65P.
<. 6ecording. 6ecord mineds on 5(--" ("4" -(+)). 2our copies sha?? be prepared. 0a#ing unit Gi??
retain one cop# and Gd3 through the chain o comd3 the other three copies (() the next higher comd (-)
the appropriate mn 7; and (') the appropriate nationa? territoria? auth.
=. 6ecords. "etai?ed records are not reBr or SM that have a se?&destruct capabi?it# ?ess than -< hrs3
hoGever3 the# must be reported. 8here SM are ?aid in an existing conventiona? mineCe?d3 the ino must
be added to the conventiona? mineCe?d record. 5ngrs Gi?? record and temp?ate record on obs trace rom
reps o a?? SM Gith -< hrs or over se?&destruct uses. The recording o SM is an engr staf resp uti?ising the
S!ATMI465P gathered rom the de?iver# units.
%. 6eporting. "ue to the rapid decision maEing process inherent to SM the need to Garn tps and
report de?iver# is o utmost importance. One rep ormat Gi?? provide the nec ino in order to serve three
unctions.
a. 8ng (S!ATMI48A64 > 2SOP ,+<.''). Used to Garn riend?# tps3 i the use o SM is being considered
in riend?# areas and such use ma# prove a threat3
b. 6eporting (S!ATMI465P & 2SOP ,+<.'-). To be issued b# the de?iver#1?a#ing unit immed ater
comp?etion o the SM3 and
c. 6ecording (O.S65P(USOP ,+<.(%)). To be used to disseminate ino on the emp? o SM3 both en and
riend?#. This ino to be reported b# both observers (i.e. en art# SM) or b# de?iver#1?a#ing units. More
detai?ed ino can be reported through an 54/665P & 2SOP ,+<.-).
&.&.3 - MAR$ING OF RTES THROUGH MINEFIELDS
(. MarEing. MineCe?d ?anes Gi?? a?Ga#s be marEed3 but the stages o marEing var# according to the
tac sit. The marEing is constructed in seBuence3 rom initia? marEing3 to immed marEing and Cna??# to u??
marEing as ops dev o ?anes. The marEing itse? is described as o? (TAM =+=)$
&.&.4 - SM AND LIVE E"PLOSIVE DEVICES - UNITS IN CONTACT IN FWD AREAS
(. SM. !ross countr# mov Gith threat o SM. Mov in as eG co?ms as poss3 Gith Scaterab?e Munition
!?Gearance "evice (SM!") mounted vehs ?eading. Assess ba?ance o threat rom other Gpn s#stems.
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
-. Mines$
a. Use O5MP0OSI:5 0I45 !7A6/5P and p?ough to breach ?anes.
b. !ross in co?m behind p?ough tEs.
c. 0imit mov to rds1trEs Gith Hb?aded S veh ?eading.
'. Ass# Areas and crossing 0". Threat is most serious in ass# areas and Ghen crossing 0"s$
a. Spend min time in conc area3
b. @eep engr vehs Ge?? Gd3
c. I SM are EnoGn to exist3 vehs Gith SM!" mounted ?eading3
d. I poss3 mov on rds and trEs3
e. !?ose Gith en as BuicE?# as possib?e.
&.&.& - UNITS OUT OF IMMED CONTACT OR IN REAR AREAS.
(. .est protection is concea?ment. 4ote$
a. :ehs inside b?dgs to screen therma? signatures3 and
b. Units disperse to min threat.
-. I devices are encountered3 taEe action as indicated be?oG i mov is nec$
a. A5: or M.T Gith b?ade3 a vehs Gith SM!" to ?ead each co?m3
b. Mov on?# on rds and trEs3 Ghere mines Gi?? be easi?# vis3
c. I A5: is not ava?3 remote device is nec to exp?ode anti&disturbance uses Ctted to about -+V o mines.
Methods inc?$
(() !iv snoG p?oughs.
(-) SnoGp?ough Ctted to . vehs.
(') 6d sGeeper.
(<) 7and&tie rope to mine3 taEe cover and pu??. Min saet# distance =+ m.
(=) SA Cre.
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
PART ) - SUSTAINMENT
USOP ).1 - MOV
).1.1 - RD MOV
(. Orders. Usua??# passed b# 0Os.
-. Signing. I rte not signed b# mn3 recce tp1p? man T!Ps as nec.
'. March discip?ine. .roEen doGn vehs c?ear the rte.
<. Action in 5vent o AtE$
a. nearest e?ms engages immed. Other vehs ha?t of rte3 and
b. ca?? or art# and mor Cre.
=. 7a?ts$
a. sGitch of ?ts and engine3
b. post sentries3 and
c. basic cam on a?? vehs.
%. 5nd o mov. 5ach pacEet reports neG posn and veh state to unit 7;.
,. These are the diferent t#pes o movement3 o Ghich3 pacEet is the most common$
a. pacEet3
b. capacit#3
c. average speed and densit#3 and
d. ree runners.
).1.2 - MOV CALCULATIONS
(. !apacit# o a rte. Max tc JoG obtainab?e on an# particu?ar rd or rte in one dir3 expressed in :eh
Per 7r (vph). It is governed b# ph#sica? considerations such as bott?enecEs3 br3 deC?es3 condition o the rd
surace3 etc. Thus3 the capacit# o an# rte is norma??# governed b# the capacit# o the Gorst deC?e3 and
the actua? Cgure can on?# be estab?ished b# obs at that pt or rom rte recce.
-. Avg Speed
a. depends main?# upon the t#pes o veh3 the nature and conditions o the rd3 and the driving conditions3
b. mov is p?anned as mixed tc (Gh and trE vehs) to prevent aster moving Gh co?ms rom overtaEing
other convo#s on rte. This is the std p?anning data or a?? mov$
(() /ood rds$
(a) -+ Eph ((- mph) b# da#3 and
(b) (= Eph () mph) b# ni3 and
(-) .ad rds1.?acEout$
(a) (- Eph (, mph) b# da#3 and
(b) (+ Eph (% mph) b# ni3 and
c. 8h co?ms. This t#pe o co?m is gen?# ound in independent or admin1sup tc. 8hen not moving
behind or Gith trE vehs1mixed co?ms3 the speeds used to p?an a rd mov are$
(() /ood rds$
(a) <+ Eph (-< mph) b# da#3 and
(b) -+ Eph ((- mph) b# ni3
(-) .ad rds$
(a) '+ Eph ((* mph) b# da#3 and
(b) (= Eph () mph) b# ni3 and
(') .?acEout. .etGeen (= to -+ Eph () to (- mph).
'. "ensit#$
a. tc densit# is deCned as the avg no o veh that occup# one Em or one mi?e o rd space3 expressed in
veh per Em (vpE) or per mi?e (vpm). The tc densit# is conseBuentia? o the a??oGab?e Qhead to tai?Q
distance betGeen vehs3
b. pacEet densit# is deCned as the no o veh per pacEet (vpp). It Gi?? be determined b# the actors ?isted
in para = be?oG but most?# b# the degree o possib?e en intererence (Ghether rom grd or air) or3 Ghere
this is absent3 upon the characteristics o the rte. It Gi?? be dir b# the mn 7; /' Staf or tac mov and the
mn /< Staf or admin1sup mov3
c. the densities and distances to be used Ghen p?anning rd mov ?isted as above3 and
d. JoG can eBua?3 but never exceed3 the capacit# o a rte. It is ca?cu?ated b# the o? ormu?a$
(() 2?oG (vph) W Average Speed (Eph) x densit# (vpE).
<. Time reBr to comp?ete a mov. The time reBr to comp?ete a mov is the time Ghich e?apses betGeen
the passing o the start pt b# the Crst veh and the passing o the re? pt b# the ?ast veh. In order to arr at
this3 it is nec to add the o?$
a. Time Past a Point (TPP) is deCned as the time reBr b# a co?m or ser to pass a given pt. The tota? TPP o
a co?m3 not taEing gaps and extra time a??oGances betGeen sers into consideration3 is ca?cu?ated using
the o? ormu?a$
TPP (in mins) W 4o o veh x %+ M Average Speed (Eph)
:eh densit# (vpE)
b. /aps$
(() to taEe into account the time gaps betGeen sers3 one min per -= vehs Gi?? a?Ga#s be added to the
ca?cu?ated TPP o each ser. I the no o vehs is eBua? to or greater than %++3 tGo min per -= vehs Gi?? be
added to the TPP o each ser3 and
(-) in add3 extra time betGeen pacEets3 sers3 and co?ms Gi?? be a??otted arbitrari?# b# the p?anning staf.
This Gi?? depend on the en threat3 the rd conditions3 the re?ative urgenc# o the mov3 and the ava? o the
rte. The# Gi?? norma??#3 but not exc?usive?#3 be$
(a) ten min betGeen unit sers on div and bde mov3 and
(b) tGent# min betGeen mns3
c. 6unning Time. "eCned as the time taEen b# one veh to comp?ete the Lourne# Githout speciCed ha?ts.
It is simp?# the tota? distance o the rte divided b# the avg speed3 and
=. 7a?ts. Mov orders detai? the duration o an# ?ong and1or short ha?ts on a mov. 7a?ts Gi?? not
norma??# be made Githin <+ Ems o the 25.A. 2urthermore3 tota? rte distance Gi?? dictate the reBr or short
and ?ong ha?ts throughout the mov. OtherGise3 routine short ha?ts o (+ min duration shou?d be
schedu?ed on avg ever# tGo hrs o running time3 and a ?ong ha?t ?asting approx one hr ma# be p?anned as
reBr to reue? vehs and eed tps.
USOP ).2 - REPLEN
).2.1 - CBT SP
(. 6ep?en Githin unit Gi?? norma??# op on the Opu??P s#stem in that there Gi?? be no auto resup un?ess a
Gd commodit# pt is estb.
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
-. 6outine rep?en Gi?? occur at dai?# "Ps3 commodit# pts or a combination o "Ps and commodit# pts.
These Gi?? inc? cbt sups3 ?td gen stores3 spare parts and mai?. "Ps or commodit# pts Gi?? a?so norma??# be
the exchange pt or cas being 6TU3 stragg?ers and reinorcements.
'. Urgent op reBr ma# be subm as an emergenc# Mat "emand (MAT"5M > USOP ,+%.+') through
Admin net at an# time and de? Gi?? be ef b# best ava? means.
).2.2 - REPLEN IN HIDE/WA
(. Sup vehs dump PO0 and ammo on the grd at each tE and AP!.
-. 5mpt# cans are either carried b# hand to the centre o the Gaiting area1hide or picEed up b# empt#
vehs in another circuit o the trE p?an.
'. Other commodities are norma??# draGn rom the ech in a centra? ?oc in the Gaiting area1hide. I sit
permits3 these commodities are distr in the same manner as PO0 and ammo.
<. Another eIcient Ga# o rep?en is using a running rep?en pt. This procedure GorEs Ge?? on narroG
orested trEs3 in vi??ages or at the entrance to a hide1Gaiting area. Idea??# it is done at ni using C?tered ?t
indicators. The exact procedure is as o?s$
a. each tp1p?1cbt tm is ca??ed Gd indiv3
b. beore being ca??ed3 each creG determines its reBr inc? PO03 ammo3 rats etc3 and prep to ue? the veh
(i.e. unne?3 etc)3
c. the vehs in the running rep?en pt are parEed in order$
(() ue? (either Lerr#cans or pumps)3
(-) oi? and ?ubricant3
(') ammo3 and
(<) rats and other commodities3
d. at the ue? veh3 the creG co??ect the reBr no o Lerr#cans and moves immed to the next veh to co??ect
oi? and ?ubricants and then proceeds to the ammo veh (thus more than one veh is serviced at once)3 and
e. be#ond the rat vehs3 the creG empties the Lerr#cans and drops them at the Lerr#can co??ecting pt
beore moving on.
=. The important pts or eIcient and secure running rep?en are$
a. reBrs prep3
b. GorE ast3
c. no id?e ta?E3
d. no noise3
e. no smE3 and
. no ?ts.
%. The ?t indicator s#stem at a running rep?en pt is as o?s (using red C?tered ?ts acing the incoming
vehs)$
VEHS ACTION LT INDICATOR
2ue? PicE Lerr# cans or C?? up i using
pumps.
TGo horiFonta? red ?ts one m
apart.
Oi? and ?ubricants PicE up. One red ?t.
Ammo PicE up and ?d. TGo vertica? red ?ts taped
together.
6ats and other
commodities
PicE up and ?d. TGo horiFonta? red ?ts taped
together.
Derr# can co??ecting pt 2ue? the vehs and drop the empt#
cans on the grd (or in picE up veh).
TGo vertica? red ?ts one m apart.
4OT5. 6ep?en vehs are parEed in the same seBuence. 5xamp?es o running rep?en pts are shoGn at 2igure
%&(.
FIGURE )-1- E"AMPLE OF RUNNING REPLEN PTS
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
).2.3 - PROVISION OF WATER
(. 8ater Bua?it# eBpt and sp pers Gi?? be provided b# engr.
-. 4orma??# tGo 8Ps Gi?? be estb on the dir o bde 7;.
'. 8Ps Gi?? norma??# dep? ater ?ast ?t3 operate b# ni and c?osing and Gdr comp?ete?# b# Crst ?t.
4orma??# units Gi?? be reBr to picE up Gater at the 8P. 8ater resup ma# sometimes be on a Ocan or canP
basis at "Ps.
<. .de /< Ops Gi?? pass ?ocs3 op times and aI?iations to a?? units.
=. 8Ps Gi?? norma??# open as soon ater ?ast ?t as possib?e and units Gi?? be given b?ocE times to draG.
%. 8ater sup during Ginter ops Gi?? norma??# be in ice orm. 5ngr Gi?? be resp or reeFing Gater in
cardboard containers. Svc bn Gi?? be resp or de? o Bt# demanded b# units on ni "Ps.
,. 2d amb Gi?? provide initia? c?r to 5ngr or use o a Gater source o? Bua?it# checEs as nec.
*. 5ngr Gi?? estb the 8P3 and do checEs or turbidit#3 co?our and ch?orine.
). 2d amb Gi?? provide o?&up Bua?it# insp as nec.
).2.4 - WATER CONSUMPTION TABLE
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W2</.
R2G
W2</.
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(2) (@)
( !bt tps (01pers) !bt TpsH inc? pers in 0A:1AP!
and1or IP5
a. "rinEing and indiv cooEing
on?#.
, Increases to (= ?itres Ghen temp
exceeds '+X
b. As per (a. but a??oGing or
?imited pers h#giene
(+ Increases to -+ ?itres Ghen temp
exceeds '+X
c. 4orma? p?anning Cgure or
Protracted /en Ops
-= Increases to <= ?itres Ghen temp
exceeds '+X
d. As per (c. p?us shoGering ,+
USOP ).3 - REPAIR % RECOVER!
).3.1 - REPAIR
(. 6epair o Gh :ehs.
a. 4orma??# a?? Gh vehs shou?d be repaired in situ or OAP and pri O.P veh3 i.e. !Ps3 ambs3 !6TTN3 and
b. 8hen an 5!P is estb Gd3 units Gi?? rec their veh cas to the 5!P. /S bn Gi?? then bacE?oad the vehs to
maint co#Hs ?oc. "vr Gith their basic ?d o rats3 and a !2 (+-+ GorE order must accompan# a?? vehs.
-. 6epair o trE :ehs.
a. 8henever possib?e3 a?? trE vehs Gi?? be repaired in&situ b# M6Ts3 and
b. 8hen repair are be#ond unit capabi?it#3 the unit Gi?? reB M6T assistance through svc bn1?og Ops using
the ormat provided at USOP ,+%.+=.
'. 6epair o other eBpt.
a. The /S Maint .n has the capabi?it# to dep? M6Ps or M6Ts or tE and hoG armt and tE e?ec Cre con eBpt.
This Gi?? on?# be accomp?ished i the 26/ is not dep? Gd3
b. Sma?? eBpt such as Gpns and rads ma# be de? to the /S Maint .n via "Ps3 or taEen dir to the /S Maint
.n b# unit tpt3 and
c. The /S Maint .n has a ?td Ge?ding capabi?it#. 4orma??#3 Ge?ding Gi?? be done centra??# in the /S Maint
.4. In an emergenc# a M6T can be dep? in sp o minor units Gith no organic Ge?ding capabi?it#.
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
).3.2 - REC
(. Svc bn has a rec capabi?it# or veh up to and inc? the M.T. Pri or rec is as o?s$
a. rte c?earance3
b. obs crossing3
c. bacE?oading o veh cas3
d. assistance to units3 and
e. batt?eJd c?earance3 and
-. 6ec assistance Gi?? be reBuested rom svc bn1?og Ops using the ormat provided at USOP ,+%.+=.
'. .acE?oading.
a. .acE?oading o vehs and h# eBpt be#ond the repair capabi?it# o svc bn Gi?? norma??# be carried out b#
third ?ine ress3 and
b. 0n3 coord and promu?gation o the bacE?oad procedures Gi?? be the responsibi?it# o the bde 7; /<
maint in coop Gith svc bn.
).3.3 - PRI LIST FOR VEH REPAIR
(. The o? is the generic pri ?ist or veh repair in a unit$
a. !- vehs3
b. TE3
c. Ambs3
d. A&armour (TO8) vehs3
e. 5ngr eBpt3
. Armd recce vehs3
g. 0A:1AP!s3
h. M(+) hoG3
i. (+= mm hoG3
L. M0:8 gun tractor3
E. Other A vehs3
?. 6ec vehs3 and
m. Other . vehs.
USOP ).4 - PERS % ADMIN
).4.1 - EMERGENC! WAR BURIAL
(. The aim o this USOP is to out?ine emergenc# Gar buria? procedures.
-. 8henever practicab?e3 a separate buria? sha?? be given to the remains o each deceased pers. The
orm o buria? is the resp o op units and not that o grave registration units.
'. 5mergenc# buria?s are carried out to$
a. conorm Gith accepted princip?es o h#giene and maint o mora?e3
b. provide secur rom marauding anima?s and ?ooting3 and
c. to ensure ease o subseBuent rec and ident.
<. /raves Gi?? be ?oc near the scene o death. Sites shou?d be se?ected to ensure ease o subseBuent
re?oc3 rec and ident.
=. As a guide3 the min depth shou?d be one meter. The bod# is to be enc? in a 7uman 6emains
Pouch3 she?ter ha?3 poncho3 b?anEet3 etc Ghenever possib?e.
%. .uria?s are to be gp b# nationa?ities. "iferent areas or separate graves3 trench3 or gp buria?s are
to be a??oc to each nationa?it#3 inc? en dead.
,. 8henever practicab?e3 a buria? svc o the appropriate re?igion is to be he?d.
).4.2 - DEFINITION
(. 5mergenc# .uria?. 8hen conditions do not permit evac or interment in a cemeter#.
-. /p buria?. .uria? o - or more unident remains in common grave.
'. Trench buria?. 2or h# cas3 prepare trench and ?a# indiv remains in it side b# side.
<. .uria? procedures.
a. Se?ect site. Site emergenc# graves to provide max chance o rec and protection rom Gater. A?Ga#s
note$
(() eight Cg grid re3
(-) map used3 sca?e3
(') nearest toGn1vi??age3
(<) dist3 grid bearing rom prominent ?oca? obLects3 and
(=) avoid roadside buria? i poss3
b. "ig graves$
(() indiv graves Ghenever practicab?e3
(-) separate graves or diferent nationa?ities3 and
(') grave at ?east ( m deep3
c. Prep bod#$
(() remove pers efects. (5xcept or US pers)3
(-) remove ( x I" "isc. (5xcept or US pers)3
(') p?ace efects in suitab?e receptac?e (e.g. Lam Lar1compo tin)3 and
(<) c?othed bodies must be Grapped in coverings that permit the norma? process o decomposn and
re?ease o bod# Juids to occur (e.g. porous bod#&pouch1bag3 b?anEet3 hessian etc). Impervious Grappings
shou?d on?# be used as a ?ast resort3
d. Ident dead$
(() marEing indiv graves. Use cross1riJe to marE grave. At base ha? bur# a container open end doGn and
enc?ose the o? ino Gritten c?ear?# on paper in p?astic enve?ope in penci? or inde?ib?e inE$
(a) name (surname3 Crst name or initia?s)3
(b) rE3
(c) sex3
(d) S43
(e) nationa? orce3 unit3 date3 birth p?ace (i ava?)3
() date3 cause o death (i EnoGn)3
(g) date buried3
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
(h) b# Ghom buried3 and
(i) re?igion (i EnoGn)3
(-) marEing gp1trench buria?s$
(a) p?ace marEer and container at each end o grave1trench3
(b) enter distance o remains rom marEer against re?evant entr# in the enc?osed ?ist3 and
(c) in gp buria?s the no o bodies must be recorded Gith name o EnoGn but unident dead ?isted3
e. UnidentiCed dead. .ur# and rep as others but enter OunEnoGnP in p?ace o name. 6ecord u?? ph#sica?
description to assist ?ater ident. A?Ga#s note$
(() Sex3
(-) approx age3
(') height3
(<) bui?d (stocE#1med1at1thin)3
(=) hair co?our1st#?e (ba?d1creG&cut)3
(%) acia? hair (beard3 moustache1sideburns)3
(,) e#es (co?our)3
(*) ethnic appearance3
()) tattoos1marEs1scars3
((+) teeth (a?se1missing)3
((() uniorm3
((-) LeGe??er# (Gatch3 rings)3 and
((') veh detai?s (i appropriate)3
. Svc. 8henever practicab?e3 ho?d buria? svc o appropriate re?igion. .rie3 re?igious & approved svcs or
!hristians3 7indus3 Mos?ems3 .uddhists and DeGs are ound in the Unit /uide to the Administration o Pers
in 8ar3
g. "oc. 6ecord eight Cg grid re. !omp?ete tGo copies o 5mergenc# .uria? 6eport (5M.U65P 2SOP
,+-).7and both to unit adLt3
h. "isposa? o 5fects$
(() Inventor# o efects(in trip?icate). "ispose to$
4o ( & 5fects receptac?e3
4o - & 2d records (overseas cases)3 and
4o ' & 6etain in unit3 and
(-) 0abe? receptac?e Gith proper ?abe? and dispatch to 2d 6ecords (overseas cases)3
=. !ontam remains$
a. I EnoG record the agent that caused death$ otherGise state that death Gas caused b# the efects o
exposure to unEnoGn 4.! agents3
b. .uria? part# to Gear respirator# protection3 g?oves3 boots and protective c?othing (suit 4.! trans?ucent
i poss)3
c. P?ace remains in cas1bod# bag as soon as poss3
d. "econ pers efects Ghere poss3
e. MarE contam graves Gith 4.! Gng signs in accordance Gith STA4A/ -++-3
. 6ecord a p?an o the ?oc o contam graves3 and
g. SeeE expert med advice on h#giene precautions.
).4.3 - PERS RECORDS
(. The pers records unction ensures that adeBuate records are maint on each so?dier dep? in an area
o ops. The Ee# to pers records in the d is simp?icit#.
-. 5ver# unit ho?ds pers records on indivs in that unit. The# contain on?# that ino to Ghich the unit
reBr immed access or the mgt o the unit and or the pers admin needs. The# are an abbreviated version
o each indiv comp?ete pers record.
'. "ocs. "uring ops the o? docs are to be he?d b# the Indiv$
a. 4ationa? "eense I" !ard3
b. I" disc x -3
c. dvr1operator permit ("4" <+<)3
d. med Gng tag (i app?icab?e)3
e. /eneva !onvention I" !ard (!2 -*(). 2or those mbrs auth3
. internationa? certiCcate o vaccination3
g. 6O5 card3 and
h. passport as reBr.
).4.4 - UNIT ACTION ON DEPL TO OR ON VACATING BSA
(. A?? dep? into and out o the .SA Gi?? be con b# ?og ops. Units1e?ms dep? in the .SA are not to vacate
their posns Githout auth rom ?og ops.
-. Units1e?ms Gishing to occup# areas Githin the .SA must get approva? Crst rom mn and then reB
a??ocs o rea? estate rom ?og ops.
USOP ).& - HEALTH SVCS
).&.1 - GEN
(. 2d Amb is resp to provide second ?ine hea?th svcs (inc? med A dent) to units. The unit has ?imited
ho?ding capabi?it# Ghich a??oGs minor sicE and Gounded to be he?d unti? the# can be rtn to dut#. The
ho?ding po? in an op is predicated b# tac sit and cas rate. !as that are expected to rtn to dut# Githin the
time speciCed b# the ho?ding po? are he?d at the .MS. A?? others are evac to third ?ine aci?ities as rapid?#
as possib?e.
).&.2 - MED % DENT SVCS
(. Svcs provided to the units b# d amb inc?$
a. staf advice to the !O regarding the dep? o their med assets3
b. Crst ?ine sp3 as reBr3 or units Githout organic Crst ?ine med e?ms3
c. evac o patients rom UMS3
d. evac o patients to third ?ine med aci?ities3 un?ess provided b# higher sources3
e. providing aci?ities or sorting and staging cas3 and or providing ?imited in&patient care3
. ho?ding the sicE and inLured Githin the .MS during tmt and during pds Ghen the chain o evac is
interrupted3
g. augmenting3 reinorcing or rep?acing UMS3
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
h. rep?en med mat and expendab?e sup3 and
i. assisting in the maint o hea?th and the prevention o disease.
-. The d amb Gi?? provide a?? dent svcs in sp o a unit.
).&.3 - CASEVAC
(. 2d dressing to be carried in$
a. Top right hand pocEet o cbt LacEet3 or
b. 2ront pocEet o IPU Ghen Gorn.
-. !asevac S#stem (4eG terms to be "eCned)
M6? L63 T7<
Sub unit Pt o inLur# MA
MA SBn1!o#1.t#
AP
UMS
UMS 2d Amb 1M6S MO
MO Med
Svc1.MS
7osp
'. !asevac is norma??# the responsibi?it# o med unit to Ghich cas are being evac. !asevac rom sub
unit moves rom MA to UMS3 to 2d Amb3 to M6S than to the .MS1hosp.
a. Units and sub units Githout organic med aci?ities3 evac cas to nearest med aci?it#. This ma# mean
casevac Gd.
b. 8pns and eBpt. 6emove non&pers eBpt (compass3 binos etc) beore casevac. !as retains pers eBpt
(Gpn3 Gebbing3 4.! eBpt etc) as ar as easib?e (M6S).
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
PART * - REPORTS AND RTNS (REP % RTN)
(. /en. StandardiFed ops msgs are designed to assist staf and units in the d3 GorEing under stress
and adverse conditions b# assuring speed o preparation commensurate Gith the accurac# and the
comp?eteness o the ino being passed. Part , o USOP contains stds ormats or Ops and Admin 6eps and
6tns3 the# are regrouped under se?ected headings and are 4ATO std.
-. Time None. /reenGich Mean Time (/MT) (NU0U time) Gi?? be used3 un?ess otherGise directed.
'. Abvns(un?ess APP&%) Gi?? not be used in correspondence Gith non&!A mns1units.
<. Schedu?e or submission is attached as anxes A to USOP ,+( or Ops and ,+% or Admin 6eps and
6tns respective?#.
=. It is the responsibi?it# o the subordinate 7; to ensure their reps reach their parent 7; Githin the
reBr schedu?e1time 6eps Gi?? be sent b# the BuicEest possib?e means. !omd netGorEs (:72 or 72) shou?d
not be used or routine reps.
())*&+,&+- (
USOP *.1 - REPS % RTNS FORMATS
*.1.1 - SUMMAR! OF FMN OP REPS AND RTNS
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H:;=/. H,
EH 24 6> T.294
M/<=68 :9
O.8/. 6>
P.:
R/72.B4
A665S65P ,+-.+(
!AS5:A!65; ,+-.+-
P56S65P ,+-.+'
!OM!AP65P ,+'.+( Time o
capture
Time Time o
capture
Time As ava?
I4T 65P ,+'.+-
I4T 65; ,+'.+' As reBr Time
indicated
As reBr Time indicated As ava?
!O4TA!T 65PO6T ,+'.+< On contact Time sent
or time
speciCed
On contact Time sent
or time
speciCed
6ad 2mns1units to send initia?
contact immed.
SubseBuent contacts to
be sent via SIT65Ps.
SIT65P ,+<.+(
I4!65P ,+<.+-
6O5AUT7 ,+<.+'
6O565; ,+=.+<
ST6I@58A64
(4U!)
,+<.+=
4.! ( ,+<.+% As reBr Time
indicated
As reBr Time
indicated
6ad
4.! - ,+<.+, As reBr Time
indicated
As reBr Time
indicated
6ad
4.! ' ,+<.+* As reBr Time
indicated
As reBr Time
indicated
6ad
4.! < ,+<.+) As reBr Time
indicated
As reBr Time
indicated
6ad
4.! = ,+<.(+ As reBr Time
indicated
As reBr Time
indicated
6ad3 0O3
Over?a#
4.! % ,+<.(( As reBr Time
indicated
As reBr Time
indicated
6ad3 0O3
Over?a#
.OM.65P ,+<.(- Upon
incident
Time sent Upon incident Time sent 6ad3 Te?
2M.!22 ,+<.('
8!O ,+<.(<
.A665P ,+<.(= As reBr Time
indicated
As reBr Time indicated As ava?
O.S65P ,+<.(% !omp?etion
o mined
Time
indicated
!omp?etion o
mined
Time indicated "63 0O3 te? To be comp?eted or a??
mineds.
!O4:54TIO4A0
MI452" I4T54TIO4
TO 0A9 65PO6T
,+<.(, As reBr Time sent As reBr Time sent Subm or p?anned
mineds and
incorporated into barrier
p?an.
S!ATMI465P ,+<.(* As reBr As reported As reBr As reported 2astest ava?
5O"I465P ,+<.()
PT065P ,+<.-+ ASAP ater
debrie o pt?
Time
indicated
ASAP ater
debrie o pt?
Time indicated 6ad3 0O3 "63
te?
.rieCng1 debrie reBr Gi??
be speciCed in tasE tab?e
58DAM65P ,+<.-(
MIDI8A6465P ,+<.-- As reBr Time
indicated
As reBr Time indicated As ava?
AI6ATTA!@8A64 ,+=.+( As reBr Time
indicated
As reBr Time indicated 6ad
AI665; ,+=.+-
7500S65P ,+=.+'
750;U5ST ,+=.+< As reBr Time As reBr Time indicated Te?3 rad3 "6
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
R/06.</R<9 F6.72
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S5@7 @A
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B8/ H, <6
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P.:
R/72.B4
indicated
*.1.2 - SUMMAR! OF FMN ADMIN REPS AND RTNS
S/. R/06.< F6.72< S5@7 BA A4 O> D5/ A3<:69 R/72.B4
( 0O/SITU4IT ,+%.+- Unit 7; ()++N -(++N /< Ops
- MAP65; ,+%.+'
' MAT"5M ,+%.+<
< MO:SIT65P ,+%.+=
= 65P65!65; ,+%.+% Unit 7; (*++N -(++N /(
% /U4 A A2:
STAT5
,+%.+,
USOP *.2 - PERS ADMIN
*.2.1 - ARREST REPORT (ARRESREP)
(. Purpose$ Used to report the detai?s o an arrest or detention b# mi?itar# orces
A UniBue A665ST65P Ser 4o.
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Map1!hart Series
Map1!hart SuIx 4o
Map1!hart Sheet 4o (-)
Map1!hart 5dition 4o (-)
/eodetic "atum (-)
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"etai?s o arrest$
4ame
Age
Sex
I" card no.
Address
6eason or arrest
"ate&Time /roup ("T/) o
arrest
P?ace o arrest
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Service 4o.
6anE
4ame
Sub&unit
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Service1I" 4o.
6anE1Tit?e
4ame
Sub&unit1Address (as
appropriate)
2
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2urther action taEen
())*&+,&+- '
- An# items o interest
4otes$
(. Optiona?.
-. 6epeatab?e as nec.
*.2.2 - CASUALT! EVACUATION RE,UEST (CASEVACRE,)
(. Purpose. Used to reB med casevac sp or sing?e and mu?tip?e evac and b# Ghatever means.
A 6eBuesting unit identiCcation
(I")
. Unit ?ocation (?oc)
! PicE up point (PUP) ?oc
" "estination
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!asua?t# (cas) detai?s (1)
4umbers (nos)
!ondition
Specia? needs
Time
Priorit#
2 Tactica? detai?s (i.e. tactica?
situation3 direction o approach3
inabi?it# to ho?d cas3 etc)
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!a??sign (!1S) and reBuenc#
(reB) at PUP
/round signa?s1recognition
at PUP
!1S and reB at destination
/round signa?s1recognition
at destination
4otes$
(. 6epeat as nec (5A3 5.3 5! etc)
*.2.3 - PERSONNEL REPORT (PERSREP)
(. Purpose. Used to provide comds and stafs Gith a summar# o pers inmn b# Buantities and
categories.
A 2mn1unit ident (o the
mn(s)1unit(s) reporting or being
reported) (1) (2)
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Personne? data (1) (3)
Tota? 8ar 5stab?ishment (85)
Tota? attachments
Tota? strength
Tota? incapacitated
Tota? dead
Tota? P8 he?d
! Time (1) (4)
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
" Personne? assessment (1) (&)
5 !omdKs overa?? personne?
assessment or the mn1unit
preparing the message (i.e. the
master P56S65P)
*.2.4 - WAR DIAR!
(. 2ormat to be pub?ished.
USOP *.3 - INT
*.3.1 - COMMON CAPTURE REPORT (COMCAPREP)
(. Purpose. To report the capture o en P83 !5" and1or !55.
A !apturing unit designator
(()
. "ate&Time /roup ("T/) o
capture
! 0oc o capture
" ( 4os o P8s b# ranE
categor# (2)
- OIcers
' 4on&!ommsned OIcers
(4!Os)
< Other 6anEs (O6s)
!ivi?ians (3)
5 ( 8ounded P8s b# casua?t#
t#pe1categor#
- T#pe(s)
' Stretcher
< Sitting
8a?Eing
2 ( "ocument(s)
- ;uantit#
' 4ationa?it# o origin
!ategor# & booE3 codes3
chart3 ?etter3 map3 etc
/ ( 5Buipment(s)
- T#pe(s)
' ;uantit#
MarEings
7 ( Points o interest3 e.g.$
- !ircumstances o capture
(4)
5vacuation intentions &
())*&+,&+- =
Ghere3 Ghen and b# Ghat
means
4otes$
(. I diferent rom the msg originator.
-. P8s are assumed to be ma?es3 this set shou?d be repeated & e.g. "" & or ema?e P8s.
'. Inc? supporting civ.
<. Inc? the dir in Ghich the P8s Gere heading i on the move.
*.3.2 - INTELLIGENCE REPORT (INTREP)
(. Purpose. Used to report essentia? e?ms o int ino obtained through tac co??ection eforts. (()
A 8hat & the event1 incident1
activit# being reported
. 8hen
! 8here
" 7oG
5
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cover$
6e?iabi?it#
"eductions
!onc?usions
4otes$
(. The I4T65P provides time?# ino regarding incidents1events that cou?d have an immed and
signiCcant efect on current or pending ops in peace3 time o tension and hosti?ities.
*.3.3 - INTELLIGENCE RE,UEST (INTRE,)
(. Purpose. Used b# mi?itar# auth and orces o 4ATO nations and comds to reB int rom each other.
A
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OriginatorY
6eBuest Seria? 4o.
6eBuest "ate&Time /roup ("T/)
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6eBuest reerence (65;652) (1)
OriginatorKs contro? reerence
no. (i a??ocated3 i not3 enter K4I0K)
"egree o urgenc#
6eBuest priorit#
Inormation1inte??igence use & a
brie summar# o intended use
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SubLect t#pe
.asic 5nc#c?opedia (.5)1Site
4o.
4ame
Inormation1inte??igence
reBuired
" 0ocation & (/540O! or 65;0O! or
65;POS) (1) (2)
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
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!ountr#1area
P?ace name
0ocation & /rid3
?atitude1?ongitude or /5O652
"T/ reBuested item Gas ?ast
EnoGn to be at the ?ocation
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0ocation & /rid3
?atitude1?ongitude or /5O652
T#pe o ?ocation (3)
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65;POS (1)
0ocation & /rid3
?atitude1?ongitude or /5O652
T#pe o ?ocation (3)
5?evation in metres
2urther ?ocations reBuired
"T/ reBuested item Gas ?ast
EnoGn to be at the position
!ourse & cardina? heading3
degrees or mi?s
Speed & Enots or Ei?ometres per
hour
5
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/eographic materia? (map1chart
inormation) (/5OMAT) (1)
Series 4o. (4)
Sheet (4)
5dition (4)
. 65;652 (&)
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6eBuest time (65;TIM5) (1)
"e?iver# "T/
0atest time the inormation is o
va?ue
Action not beore "T/
SpeciCc reBuest time coverage
reBuirements
6eport1materia? reBuenc#
/
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6eport1materie? reBuired
(65;65P6) (1)
"escription o report1materia?
reBuired
;uantit# reBuired
Securit# ?eve? restrictions
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(1)
"e?iver# address
"e?iver# means
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6anE or appointment
!ontact name
Unit I"
Te?ephone no.
())*&+,&+- ,
4otes$
(. The shaded Gord in bracEets is mandator# to introduce the para.
-. 5ither /540O!3 65;0O! or 65;POS must be chosen.
'. "esignator or t#pe o ?oc rom$
!ode Meaning
A Pinpoint
. Mu?tip?e
! 0ine
" !ircu?ar (state 6A"IUS Z give radius distance)
5 !orridor (state 8I"T7 Z give Gidth distance)
2 5??iptica? (state 500IPS5 Z give maLor&minor axis on
orientation)
/ 4on&cicu?ar arc (state T6A!5 POI4T)
<. 6epeatab?e as nec.
=. 2or add reB items repeat sects . to 5.
*.3.4 - CONTACT REPORT
(. /en. 2irst contact Gith en ?and or air orces b# units Gi?? be passed rom units to .de 7; as the#
occur using the o? ormat$
ICONTACTJ
a. 0oc o en (in c?r)3
b. en str in pers and1or vehs1ac b# t#pe and no ident i possib?e3 and their activit# and dir o mov. "o not
tr# to interpret (except or recce orces) Ghat is seen (ie. M6. moving South) but rather report on Ghat is
seen (ie. Six T&,- TanEs3 our .MPs and bridging eBpt moving South)3
c. oGn action3 and
d. time o contact (i not immed).
-. 5xamp?e
QO this is %3 !ontact /rid -<,%='3 six T&,- TanEs using rtes into the bui?t up area and conc in that ?oc
oriented South. !ontinuing to observe. Time o contact (<'+ hoursQ.
or
QO this is -3 en ac sighting. ' 7IP ?oc /6 '<(- moving S&8. !ontinuing to observe. Time (='+. OverQ.
USOP *.4 - LAND OPS
SECT 1 + GEN
*.4.1 - SITUATION REPORT (SITREP)
P6O8O6" QSIT65PQ
(. 54 & U4ITS I4 !O4TA!T3 54 S7500I4/3 5STIMATIO4 O2 ST63 MO6A053 POSSI.05 54 A!TIO4.
-. 26I54"09 & 0O! O2 TPS3 .9 /6I" 54!O"5"3 O6 .9 603 9OU6 A!TI:IT93 9OU6 I4T54TIO4S.
'. A"MI4 & A49 IMM5" A"M 65;6 AT T75 TIM5 (2U503 AMMO3 5T!.).
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
<. /54 & I42O 4OT !O:565" 50S5875653 I5.Q I SU//5ST !1S -< !05A6 T75 8OO" AT /6I" !OUP05Q
*.4.2 - INCIDENT REPORT (INCREP)
(. Purpose$ To report an# signiCcant incident caused b# terrorism3 civ unrest3 natura? disaster or
media activit#. (()
A Incident t#pe (-)
. Map detai?s$
Map1!hart Series
Map1!hart SuIx 4o
Map1!hart Sheet 4o (')
Map1!hart 5dition 4o (')
/eodetic "atum (')
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5va?uation
Source t#pe (<)
Other detai?s (as appropriate)
" "ate&Time /roup ("T/) va?idit# o source
materia?
5
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/rid 6e1/eore
"escription
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7osti?es1Terrorists detai?s3 to inc? as
appropriate1Ghere EnoGn$
Personne? invo?ved
Organisation invo?ved
8eapons1exp?osives1vehic?es used
"irection o movement
Means o trave?
/ Out?ine o events & a brie ree text
description o the incident3 damage
caused and the efect on operations
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"ead
8ounded1inLured
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"ead
8ounded1inLured
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"ead
8ounded1inLured
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Arrest detai?s$ (=)
4ame
Age
Sex
I" card number (mi?itar#1civi?ian)
Address
6eason or arrest
"T/ o arrest
P?ace o arrest
6emarEs
())*&+,&+- )
4otes$
(. The I4!65P is an KAs 6eBrK report suited to Peace Support Operations (PSO)3 as such it is un?iEe?# to
be ca??ed or in 7igh Intensit# !onJict (7I!) Ops.
-. "eCnes the t#pe o incident using the appropriate data code se?ected rom$
T/..6.:47 C:?:1 U9./4<
T#pe1"ata !ode T#pe1"ata !ode
.ombing$ 6iot !6
& "e?iberate T."
& Prox# T.P6
& Posta? T.PO
Shooting$ !ivi? !!"
& Ambush TSAM "isobedience
& Assassin TSAS
& 6andom TS6A
& Sniper TSS4
7igh&LacE T7ID
7ostage taEing T7OS StriEe !ST
Murder TMU6 PicEeting !PI!
Intimidation TI4T 5stab?ishing no&go
areas
!4O/
4atura? "isaster Media Attention
T#pe1"ata !ode T#pe1"ata !ode
"rought 4"6 0oca? MA0
5arthBuaEe 45; 4ationa? MA4
2amine 42A Internationa? MAI
Pesti?ence 4P5
"isease 4"IS
2?ood 420"
T#phoon 4T9P
'. 6epeatab?e as nec.
<. Source t#pe se?ected rom$
I9>6.72<:69 S65.3/
/overnment Agenc#
7umanitarian 6e?ie
Organisation
Inormer
Po?ice
Media
Mi?itar# Inte??igence
United 4ations Agenc#
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
Other & state source
=. 6epeatab?e & @A3 @.3 @!3 etc3 & or each person arrested.
SECT 2 + ROE
*.4.3 - RULES OF ENGAGEMENT AUTHORISATION (ROEAUTH)
(. To be submitted at 2mns1T2 ?eve?3 ormat is ava? at 2SOP ,+<.+%.
*.4.4 - RULES OF ENGAGEMENT RE,UEST (ROERE,)
(. To be submitted at 2mns1T2 ?eve?3 ormat is ava? at 2SOP ,+<.+,.
())*&+,&+- ((
SECT 3 + NBC DEF
*.4.& - FRIENDL! NUCLEAR STRI$E WARNING (STRI$EWARN (NUC))
(. Purpose. Used to provide riend?# orces Gith the nec ino needed to taEe saet# precautions
against a riend?# nuc burst
4.!
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ST6I@58A64(4U!)
A8 ST6I@58A64 nicEname or target
no. or mu?tip?e or sing?e striEe(s)3
as appropriate
"8 Mu?tip?e striEe$ "ate&Time /roup
("T/) striEe (pu?se) Gi?? start
o??oGed b# "T/ striEe (pu?se) Gi??
end (NU0U time)
Sing?e striEe$ "T/ o striEe
o??oGed b# "T/ ater Ghich
striEe Gi?? be cance??ed
2( Mu?tip?e$ /rid 6e(/6) o
Minimum Sae "istance (MS") (
box
Sing?e$ MS"( in (++s o m
o??oGed b# /6 o /round Nero
(/N) or "esired /N ("/N)
2- Mu?tip?e$ /6 o MS"- box
Sing?e$ MS"- in (++s o m
(o??oGed b# /6 o /N or "/N i
not inc? in 2() (1)
2' Mu?tip?e$ /6 o MS"' box
Sing?e$ MS"' in (++s o m
(o??oGed b# /6 o /N or "/N i
not inc? in 2(12-) (2)
78 4o. o surace or sub&surace
bursts
I8 4o. o bursts in mu?tip?e striEe
A!@ AcEnoG?edge (3)
4otes$
(. I 2( is used 2- must be comp?eted.
-. I 2- is used 2' must be comp?eted.
'. An acEnoG?edgement is essentia? on receipt o a ST6I@58A64 (4U!).
*.4.) - NBC 1 + BIOLOGICAL/CHEMICAL REPORT (NBC1 (BIO/CHEM)) NUCLEAR REPORT (NBC1
(NUC))
BIOLOGICAL/CHEMICAL REPORT (NBC1 (BIO/CHEM))
(. Purpose. Used to provide the observerKs initia? report giving basic data on a sing?e bio or nuc atE.
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
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A StriEe Seria? 4o.
. /rid 6e (/6) o observer (1)
! "irection o atE rom the observer
measured c?ocEGise rom grid
4orth3 true 4orth or magnetic
4orth (state Ghich) in degrees or
mi?s (state Ghich) (1)
" "ate&Time /roup ("T/) atE
started
5 "T/ atE ended
2 0oc o atE or area atEed
(coordinates or p?ace3 rea? or
estimated & state Ghich) (2)
/ Means o de?iver# or Eind o atE
(guns3 mortars3 mu?ti rocEet
?auncher s#stems (M60S)3
missi?es3 bombs3 spra#& state
Ghich)
7 T#pe o agent (P3 (Persistent) or
4P (4on&Persistent)) and t#pe o
burst (air3 surace or unEnoGn &
state Ghich) inc? height
S "T/ contamination detected
9 6epresentative doGnGind
direction in degrees or mi?s (state
Ghich) and representative Gind
speed in @m17 or Enots (state
Ghich)
N. I used3 provides amp?i#ing
remarEs
4otes$
(. Items .6A:O and !7A60I5 are mandator# i 2OMT6OT is not used.
-. Item 2OMT6OT is mandator# i items .6A:O and !7A60I5 are not used.
NUCLEAR REPORT (NBC1 (NUC))
(. Purpose. Used to provide the observerKs initia? report giving basic data on a sing?e nuc atE.
4.!
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A StriEe Seria? 4o.
. /rid 6e (/6) o observer (1)
! "irection o atE rom the observer
measured c?ocEGise rom grid
())*&+,&+- ('
4orth3 true 4orth or magnetic
4orth (state Ghich) in degrees or
mi?s (state Ghich) (1)
" "ate&Time /roup ("T/) o atE or
detonation
2 0oc o atE or area atEed
(coordinates or p?ace3 rea? or
estimated & state Ghich) (2)
/ Means o de?iver# (suspected or
observed & state Ghich)
7 T#pe o burst (air3 surace or
unEnoGn & state Ghich) inc?
height
D 2?ash&to&bang time in seconds
0 4uc?ear burst angu?ar c?oud Gidth
measured at 7Z= minutes in
degrees or mi?s (state Ghich)
M Stabi?ised c?oud&top ang?e and1or
c?oud&bottom ang?e (state Ghich)
or c?oud&top height and1or c?oud&
bottom height (state Ghich)
measured at 7Z(+ mins & in
degrees1mi?s3 metres1eet (state
Ghich)
S "T/ o readings
N. I used3 provides amp?i#ing
remarEs
4otes$
(. Items .6A:O and !7A60I5 are mandator# i 2OMT6OT is not used.
-. Item 2OMT6OT is mandator# i items .6A:O and !7A60I5 are not used.
*.4.* - NBC 2 + BIOLOGICAL/CHEMICAL REPORT (NBC2 (BIO/CHEM)) NUCLEAR REPORT (NBC2
(NUC))
BIOLOGICAL/CHEMICAL REPORT (NBC2 (BIO/CHEM))
(. Purpose. Used to disseminate eva? data o a sing?e bio or chem atE.
4.!
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A StriEe Seria? 4o.
" "ate&Time /roup ("T/) atE started
5 "T/ atE ended
2 0oc o atE or area atEed (coordinates or
p?ace3 rea? or estimated > state Ghich)
/ Means o de?iver# or Eind o atE (guns3
mortars3 mu?ti rocEet ?auncher s#stems
(M60S)3 missi?es3 bomb(?et)s3 spra# &
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
state Ghich)
7 T#pe o agent & P (Persistent) or 4P (4on&
Persistent) & t#pe o burst (air (Gith
re?ease height)3 surace or unEnoGn &
state Ghich)
9 8ind detai?s$
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degrees1mi?s (state Ghich)
6epresentative doGnGind speed in @m17
or Enots (state Ghich)
NA Actua? Geather conditions$
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Surace air temp1unit o measure
6e?ative humidit#
SigniCcant Geather phenomena
!?oud cover
N. I used3 provides amp?i#ing remarEs
NUCLEAR REPORT (NBC2 (NUC))
(. Purpose. Used to disseminate eva? data o a sing?e nuc atE.
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A StriEe Seria? 4o.
" "ate&Time /roup ("T/) o atE or
detonation
2 0oc o atE or area atEed (coordinates or
p?ace3 rea? or estimated & state Ghich)
/ Means o de?iver# (suspected or
observed & state Ghich)
7 T#pe o burst (air3 surace or unEnoGn &
state Ghich) inc? height
4 5stimated #ie?d (in @T)
N. I used3 provides amp?i#ing remarEs
*.4.' - NBC 3 + BIOLOGICAL/CHEMICAL REPORT (NBC3 (BIO/CHEM)) NUCLEAR REPORT (NBC3
(NUC))
BIOLOGICAL/CHEMICAL REPORT (NBC3 BIO/CHEM))
(. Purpose. Used to pass immed Gng o predicted contam and haFard areas o? bio or chem atE.
4.!
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.IO0O/I!A0 O6 !75MI!A0
A StriEe Seria? 4o.
" "ate&Time /roup ("T/) atE started
())*&+,&+- (=
5 "T/ atE ended
2 0oc o atE or area atEed (coordinates or
p?ace3 rea? or estimated & state Ghich)
7 T#pe o agent & P (Persistent) or 4P (4on&
Persistent) & t#pe o burst (air (Gith
re?ease height)3 surace or unEnoGn &
state Ghich)
PA Predicted haFard area & coordinates to
deCne the geographic position o the
haFard area3 haFard area radius and unit
o measurement
P.
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AtE area
7aFard area
9
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8ind detai?s$
6epresentative doGnGind direction in
degrees1mi?s (state Ghich)
6epresentative doGnGind speed in
@m17 or Enots (state Ghich)
NA
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Actua? Geather conditions$
Air stabi?it# conditions
Surace air temp1unit o measure
6e?ative humidit#
SigniCcant Geather phenomena
!?oud cover
N. I used3 provides amp?i#ing remarEs
NUCLEAR REPORT (NBC3 (NUC))
(. Purpose. Used to pass immed Gng o predicted contam and haFard areas o? a nuc atE.
4.!
5ven
t
4U!05A6
A StriEe Seria? 4o.
" "ate&Time /roup ("T/) o atE or
detonation
2 0oc o atE or area atEed (coordinates or
p?ace3 rea? or estimated & state Ghich)
7 T#pe o burst (air3 surace or unEnoGn &
state Ghich) inc? height
4 5stimated #ie?d (in @T)
PA Predicted haFard area & coordinates to
deCne the geographic position o the
haFard area3 haFard area radius and unit
o measurement
9 0et and right radia? ?ines and unit o
measurement in degrees1mi?s (state
Ghich)
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
N
(
-
'
2a??out prediction parameters$
5fective Gind speed and unit o
measurement
"oGnGind distance o None ( and unit
o measurement
!?oud radius and unit o measurement
N. I used3 provides amp?i#ing remarEs
*.4.( - NBC 4 + BIOLOGICAL/CHEMICAL REPORT (NBC4 (BIO/CHEM)) NUCLEAR REPORT (NBC4
(NUC))
BIOLOGICAL/CHEMICAL REPORT (NBC4 BIO/CHEM))
(. Purpose. Used to report mon and sv# resu?ts o? a bio or chem atE.
4.!
5ven
t
.IO0O/I!A0 O6 !75MI!A0
A StriEe Seria? 4o.
7 T#pe o agent & P (Persistent) or 4P (4on&
Persistent) & t#pe o burst (air (Gith
re?ease height)3 surace or unEnoGn &
state Ghich)
@ !rater indicator and Gidth (in m) or
terrain and vegetation description
; (
-
'
0oc o readings
0oc Ghere samp?es obtained
"etai?s o t#pe o samp?e
S (
-
"ate&Time /roup ("T/) o readings in
NU0U&time or
"T/ contamination initia??# detected in
NU0U&time
N. I used3 provides amp?i#ing remarEs
NUCLEAR REPORT (NBC4 (NUC))
(. Purpose. Used to report mon and sv# resu?ts o? a nuc atE.
4.!
5ven
t
4U!05A6
A StriEe Seria? 4o.
@ !rater indicator and Gidth (in @m or m)
or terrain and vegetation description
; (
-
'
0oc o readings
0oc Ghere samp?es obtained
"etai?s o t#pe o samp?e
6 6adiation dose rate in c/#17 and other
detai?s about the the samp?e3 e.g. trend
and de?a#
S "ate&Time /roup ("T/) o readings in
())*&+,&+- (,
NU0U&time
N. I used3 provides amp?i#ing remarEs
*.4.10 - NBC & + BIOLOGICAL/CHEMICAL REPORT (NBC& (BIO/CHEM)) NUCLEAR REPORT (NBC&
(NUC))
BIOLOGICAL/CHEMICAL REPORT (NBC& (BIO/CHEM))
4.!
5ven
t
.IO0O/I!A0 O6 !75MI!A0
A StriEe Seria? 4o.
" "ate&Time /roup ("T/) o detonation or
atE starting
7 T#pe o agent & P (Persistent) or 4P (4on&
Persistent) & t#pe o burst (air (Gith
re?ease height)3 surace or unEnoGn &
state Ghich)
S "T/ o readings
T "T/ in NU0U&time o ?atest surve# o
contamination in the area
M Area o actua? contamination (9e??oG)
N. I used3 provides amp?i#ing remarEs
NUCLEAR REPORT (NBC& (NUC))
(. Purpose. Used to pass actua? inmn on areas o nuc contam.
4.!
5ven
t
4U!05A6
A StriEe Seria? 4o.
" "ate&Time /roup ("T/) o atE or
detonation
O 6eerence "T/ in NU0U&time or
estimating contours Ghen not 7Z( (1)
T "T/ o ?atest surve#17Z( in NU0U&time
(2)
U (+++ c/#17 0ine (6ed)
: '++ c/#17 0ine (/reen)
8 (++ c/#17 0ine (.?ue)
M '+ c/#17 0ine (.?acE)
N. I used3 provides amp?i#ing remarEs
4otes$
(. Item OS!A6 is mandator# i TA4/O is not used.
-. Item TA4/O is mandator# i OS!A6 is not used.
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
*.4.11 - NBC ) + BIOLOGICAL/CHEMICAL REPORT (NBC) (BIO/CHEM))
BIOLOGICAL/CHEMICAL REPORT (NBC) (BIO/CHEM))
(. Purpose. Used to pass detai?ed inmn on a bio or chem atE.
4.!
5ven
t
.IO0O/I!A0 O6 !75MI!A0
A StriEe Seria? 4o.
" "ate&Time /roup ("T/) o atE or
detonation
7 T#pe o agent & P (Persistent) or 4P (4on&
Persistent) & t#pe o burst (air (Gith
re?ease height)3 surace or unEnoGn &
state Ghich)
; (
-
'
0oc o readings
0oc Ghere samp?es obtained
"etai?s o t#pe o samp?e
S (
-
"T/ o readings in NU0U&time or
"T/ contamination initia??# detected in
NU0U&time
N. I used3 provides amp?i#ing remarEs
SECT 4 + FIRE SP
*.4.12 - BOMBREP/SHELREP/ROC$REP/MORTREP (BOMBREP)
(. Purpose. Used to report hosti?e bomb3 she??3 rEt and mor atE
A Map detai?s$ (1)
Map1!hart Series
Map1!hart SuIx 4o
Map1!hart Sheet 4o (2)
Map1!hart 5dition 4o (2)
/eodetic "atum (2)
. .ombardment t#pe (3)
!
(
-
'
ObserverKs ?oc$
UTM 5asting (in metres)
UTM 4orthing (in metres)
A?titude (in metres)
" ObserverKs /rid None
5
(
-
'
Indicators o 7osti?e .atter# (7.) ?oc$
Observer17. bearing (in mi?s) (4)
Observer17. range (in metres)
2?ash1.ang Time (in seconds)
2
(
-
'
7. ?oc$
UTM 5asting (in metres)
UTM 4orthing (in metres)
A?titude (in metres)
())*&+,&+- ()
/ 7. /rid None
7 .ombardment duration$
26OM "ate&Time /roup ("T/) TO "T/
I
(
-
'
.ombarded area ?oc$
UTM 5asting (in metres)
UTM 4orthing (in metres)
A?titude (in metres)
D .ombarded area /rid None
@
(
-
'
.ombarded area siFe$
0ength or radius (in metres)
8idth (in metres)
Attitude & aFimuth o the ?ongest axis
(in mi?s)
0 OGn troops target t#pe (&)
M Target subt#pe (&)
4 "egree o protection ())
O Target strength
P 5nem# eBuipment(s)
; 4ature o Cre (*)
6
(
-
'
<
=
%
"etai?s o Cre$
T#pe o proLecti?e
!a?ibre o proLecti?e
Approximate siFe o proLecti?e
Aircrat1he?icopter t#pe
4umber o proLecti?es
.ombardment intensit#
S "amage inJicted & as a V o riend?# unit
capabi?it#
T 6eport accurac#
U .oundar#1!hecEed None Jag detai?s
4otes$
(. Use o this ser is optiona?.
-. 6epeatab?e as nec.
'. Se?ected rom$
!ode "esignation
A6T9 /uns
MO6T Mortars
6@TMS0 6ocEets
SSM Surace to Surace Missi?es
A!2T Aircrat
750 7e?icopter
U4@ UnEnoGn
<. I /6I" is speciCed this gives the dir o the 7. rom the bombarded ?oc.
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
=. Se?ected rom$
T!PE CODE T!PE
DEFINITIO
N
SUBT!PE
CODE
SUBT!PE
DEFINITION
A"A Air "eence
Art#
U4@
0T
M"M
7:
MS0
POS
UnEnoGn
0t
Medium
7eav#
Missi?e
Position
A6MO6 Armour U4@
0T
M"M
7:
AP!
POS
UnEnoGn
0t
Medium
7eav#
Armoured
Personne? !arrier
Position
A6T9 Art# U4@
0T
M"M
7:
POS
UnEnoGn
0t
Medium
7eav#
Position
ASS9 Assemb?#
Areas
U4@
T6P
T6P:57
T6PM5!
T6PA6M
UnEnoGn
Troops
Troops and :ehic?es
Mechanised Troops
Troops and Armour
.0"/ .ui?ding U4@
8OO"
MAS469
!O4!6
M5TA0
SP!0
UnEnoGn
8ood
Masonr#
!oncrete
Meta?
Specia? Purpose
.6I"/5 .ridge U4@
2TPO4
:57PO4
!O4!6
8OO"
ST550
SIT5
6A2T
25669
UnEnoGn
2oot Pontoon
:ehic?e Pontoon
!oncrete
8ood
Stee?
Site
6at
2err#
!54 !entre U4@
SMA00
.4
65/T
"I:
28"
UnEnoGn
Sma??
.n
6egiment
"ivision
2orGard
5;UIP 5Buipment U4@
6A"A6
58
S0T
/"4!
UnEnoGn
6adar
5?ectronic 8arare
Search?t
/uidance
())*&+,&+- -(
T!PE CODE T!PE
DEFINITIO
N
SUBT!PE
CODE
SUBT!PE
DEFINITION
0S 0oudspeaEer
MO6T Mortars U4@
0T
M"M
7:
:7
POS
UnEnoGn
0t
Medium
7eav#
:er# 7eav#
Position
P56S Personne? U4@
I42
OP
PT0
8@PT9
POS
UnEnoGn
Inantr#
Observation Post
Patro?
8orE Part#
Position
6@TMS0 6ocEets1
Missi?es
U4@
AP56S
0TMS0
M"MMS0
7:MS0
ATA4@
POS
UnEnoGn
Anti&Personne?
0t Missi?e
Medium Missi?e
7eav# Missi?e
Anti&TanE
Position
SUPP09 Supp?#
"ump
U4@
!0:
!0III
!0I:
!0I
!0II
UnEnoGn
!?ass =
!?ass '
!?ass <
!?ass (
!?ass -
T56 Terrain
2eatures
U4@
6OA"
D!T
7I00
"52I05
0"/ST6
66
UnEnoGn
6oad
6oad Dunction
7i??
"eC?e
0anding Strip
6ai?road
:57 :ehic?es U4@
0T870
7:870
65!O
.OAT
A!2T
750
UnEnoGn
0t 8hee?ed
7eav# 8hee?ed
6econnaissance
.oats
Aircrat
7e?icopter
8P4 8eapons U4@
0TM/
AT/
7:M/
6!06
UnEnoGn
0t Machine /un
Anti&TanE /un
7eav# Machine
/un
6ecoi??ess 6iJe
%. Se?ected rom$
!ode "eCnition
U4@ UnEnoGn
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
P6A4" 7a? Prone3 7a? Standing (but a?? prone Githin (=
seconds)
P6O45 A?? prone
PA6T"U/I4 Some dug in
PA6T!O:56 Some overhead protection
"U/I4 A?? dug in
!O:56 A?? dug in Gith overhead protection
,. Se?ected rom & 2P23 !oord I??um3 !ontinuous I??um3 4uc3 2253 AdL3 AdL 2253 72 and SmE.
*.4.13 - FIRE MISSION CALL FOR FIRE (FM.CFF)
(. Purpose$ Used to transmit initia? 2ire 2or 5fect reB or Cre and1or orders to Cre.
A Map detai?s$ (()
Map1!hart Series
Map1!hart SuIx 4o
Map1!hart Sheet 4o (-)
Map1!hart 5dition 4o (-)
/eodetic "atum (-)
. Target 4o.
! 4umber o Cre units to Cre or efect
"
(
-
'
Target ?ocation$
UTM 5asting (in metres)
UTM 4orthing (in metres)
A?titude (in metres)
5 Target /rid None
2
(
-
'
Target description$
Target t#pe (')
Target subt#pe (')
"egree o protection (<)
/ Target strength
7
(
-
'
Target siFe$
0ength or radius (in metres)
8idth (in metres)
Attitude & aFimuth o the ?ongest axis
(in mi?s)
I 6eport va?ue accurac# o the target
?ocation (in metres)
D TraLector# t#pe rom$
7I/7 & 7igh Ang?e
0O8 & 0oG Ang?e
@
(
-
'
Munitions in efect$ (=)
4umber o vo??e#s1rocEets
2ire or efect proLecti?e (%)
2ire or efect uFe (%)
0 5fects reBuired (as V)
M Method o contro?$
())*&+,&+- -'
(
-
Method (,)
Time on target or time to Cre
4
(
-
2iring interva?$
Interva? (in seconds)
"uration (in minutes)
O 5nd o mission (*)
4otes$
(. Use o this ser is optiona?.
-. 6epeatab?e as nec.
'. Se?ected rom$
T!PE
CODE
T!PE
DEFINITION
SUBT!PE
CODE
SUBT!PE
DEFINITION
A"A Air "eence
Arti??er#
U4@
0T
M"M
7:
MS0
POS
UnEnoGn
0ight
Medium
7eav#
Missi?e
Position
A6MO6 Armour U4@
0T
M"M
7:
AP!
POS
UnEnoGn
0ight
Medium
7eav#
Armoured Personne?
!arrier
Position
A6T9 Arti??er# U4@
0T
M"M
7:
POS
UnEnoGn
0ight
Medium
7eav#
Position
ASS9 Assemb?#
Areas
U4@
T6P
T6P:57
T6PM5!
T6PA6M
UnEnoGn
Troops
Troops and :ehic?es
Mechanised Troops
Troops and Armour
.0"/ .ui?ding U4@
8OO"
MAS469
!O4!6
M5TA0
SP!0
UnEnoGn
8ood
Masonr#
!oncrete
Meta?
Specia? Purpose
.6I"/5 .ridge U4@
2TPO4
:57PO4
!O4!6
8OO"
ST550
SIT5
6A2T
25669
UnEnoGn
2oot Pontoon
:ehic?e Pontoon
!oncrete
8ood
Stee?
Site
6at
2err#
!54 !entre U4@ UnEnoGn
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
T!PE
CODE
T!PE
DEFINITION
SUBT!PE
CODE
SUBT!PE
DEFINITION
SMA00
.4
65/T
"I:
28"
Sma??
.atta?ion
6egiment
"ivision
2orGard
5;UIP 5Buipment U4@
6A"A6
58
S0T
/"4!
0S
UnEnoGn
6adar
5?ectronic 8arare
Search?ight
/uidance
0oudspeaEer
MO6T Mortars U4@
0T
M"M
7:
:7
POS
UnEnoGn
0ight
Medium
7eav#
:er# 7eav#
Position
P56S Personne? U4@
I42
OP
PT0
8@PT9
POS
UnEnoGn
Inantr#
Observation Post
Patro?
8orE Part#
Position
6@TMS0 6ocEets1Missi?e
s
U4@
AP56S
0TMS0
M"MMS0
7:MS0
ATA4@
POS
UnEnoGn
Anti&Personne?
0ight Missi?e
Medium Missi?e
7eav# Missi?e
Anti&TanE
Position
SUPP09 Supp?# "ump U4@
!0:
!0III
!0I:
!0I
!0II
UnEnoGn
!?ass =
!?ass '
!?ass <
!?ass (
!?ass -
T56 Terrain
2eatures
U4@
6OA"
D!T
7I00
"52I05
0"/ST6
66
UnEnoGn
6oad
6oad Dunction
7i??
"eC?e
0anding Strip
6ai?road
:57 :ehic?es U4@
0T870
7:870
65!O
.OAT
A!2T
750
UnEnoGn
0ight 8hee?ed
7eav# 8hee?ed
6econnaissance
.oats
Aircrat
7e?icopter
8P4 8eapons U4@ UnEnoGn
())*&+,&+- -=
T!PE
CODE
T!PE
DEFINITION
SUBT!PE
CODE
SUBT!PE
DEFINITION
0TM/
AT/
7:M/
6!06
0ight Machine /un
Anti&TanE /un
7eav# Machine /un
6ecoi??ess 6iJe
<. Se?ected rom$
DEFINITION
CODE FIRST VOLLE! SECOND VOLLE!
P6A4" 7a? Prone3 7a? Standing A?? Prone
P6O45 Prone Prone
P6U/ Prone "ug In
P6O:56 Prone Under Overhead !over
"U/I4 "ug In "ug In
!O:56 Under Overhead !over Under Overhead !over
The KAmmo in 5fectK ser (set) ma# be repeated as a gp up to tGo times3 initia? p?us one. The Crst iteration
sha?? be the Crst se?ected she??1uFe combination3 the second iteration sha?? be the second se?ected
she??1uFe combination. 7oGever3 specia? considerations state that current?# on?# one iteration sha?? be
speciCed.
%. Se?ected rom $
WEAPON
T!PE
PROFECTILE CODE PROPELLANT
CODE
FU#E CODE
(+=MM 75A W 7igh
5xp?osive
75! W API!M Anti&
Personne?
Submunition
!P W !oncrete Piercing
P" W Point "etonation
P"" W "e?a#
TI W Time Action
:T W :ariab?e Time
:T" W :ariab?e Time "esensitiFed
M6P W Mu?ti&6o?e 2uFe Point
"etonation
M6T W Mu?ti&6o?e 2uFe Time
M6: W Mu?ti&6o?e 2uFe :ariab?e Time
M6" W Mu?ti&6o?e 2uFe "e?a#
(==MM 75A W 7igh
5xp?osive
75I W "PI!M Anti&
TanE Submunition
75" W "ua? Purpose
I!M
756 W 6ocEet
AM0 W Anti&Materia?
Mine3 0ong "e?a#
AMS W Anti&Materia?
/6554
87IT5
M64/A W
(5xtended
6ange & T#pe
A)
M64/. W
(5xtended
6ange & T#pe
.)
!P W !oncrete Piercing
P" W Point "etonation
P"" W "e?a#
TI W Time Action
:T W :ariab?e Time
:T" W :ariab?e Time "esensitiFed
M6P W Mu?ti&6o?e 2uFe Point
"etonation
M6T W Mu?ti&6o?e 2uFe Time
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
WEAPON
T!PE
PROFECTILE CODE PROPELLANT
CODE
FU#E CODE
MIne3 Short "e?a#
AP0 W Anti&Personne?
Mine3 0ong "e?a#
APS W Anti&Personne?
Mine3 Short "e?a#
M6: W Mu?ti&6o?e 2uFe :ariab?e Time
M6" W Mu?ti&6o?e 2uFe "e?a#
M06S D5" W "ua? Purpose
I!M
D55 W "PI!M Anti&
Personne? and Anti&
Materia?
Submunitions
D57 W 6educed
6ange Practice
6ocEet
DMT W Anti&TanE Mine
DTA W M06S
Termina??# /uided
8arhead
DT. W M06S SA"A6M
DT! W AT!MS .ri??iant
Anti&TanE
D50 W 5xtended
6ange 6ocEet
TI W Time Action
,. Se?ected rom$
!ode Meaning
AM! At M# !ommand
TOT Time On Target
86 8hen 6ead#
TT2 Time To 2ire
*. Se?ected rom$
!ode Meaning
9 5nd o Mission
6 5nd o Mission
6ecord as Target
SECT & + AIR DEF
*.4.14 - WEAPONS CONTROL ORDERS (WCO)
(. Purpose$ Used to order a neG A" Gpns con status over a speciCc area(s) or a given period o time
A Period o time & efective "ate&Time /roups
("T/) o start and end o the period covered
())*&+,&+- -,
b# the 8!O
. 8eapons !ontro? Order (() (-)
!
(
-
'
I" o A" Unit(s) afected b# the speciCc
Geapons contro? status imposed at .6A:O$
(-)
Unit I"
Unit I"
Unit I"
" "eCnition o airspace contro? means to be
imp?emented & airspace corridors3
designated beacons3 other re?evant
inormation (-) (')
5 Area & the A" area o coverage afected b#
the Geapons contro? status imposed at
.6A:O (-) (<)
2 Sector & deCnition o the arc(s) Ghere the
Geapon contro? status imposed at .6A:O
app?ies (-) (=)
/ 2riend?# aircrat inormation$
4umbers
T#pe(s)
2?ight path(s)
I22 detai?s (i appropriate)
I" detai?s
7 6emarEs & amp?iCcation o the 8!O (as
necessar#)
4otes$
(. Se?ected rom$
!ode Meaning
( 8eapons ree
- 8eapons tight
' 7o?dCre
< Un?imited
-. Message ser .6A:O through 2OMT6OT ma# be repeated as a b?ocE (segment) or each diferent
8!O to be in orce during the period speciCed at A0P7A.
'. Se?ected rom$
A!O Means !ode
Air 6oute A6
Transit !orridor T!
Traverse 0eve? T0
0oG 0eve? Transit 6oute 00T6
Specia? !orridor S!
.ase "eence Nones ."N
6estricted Operations Nones 6ON
8eapons 2ree Nones 82N
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
7igh "ensit# Airspace !ontro?
Nones
7I"A!N
At?antic !oordinated 6oute 0oG A!0
At?antic !oordinated 6oute 7igh A!76
I22 SGitch On 0ine I22O4
I22 SGitch Of 0ine I22O22
6ear .oundar# o the 2orGard
Area
6.2A
<. Sing?e ?oc are assumed to cover a %Em radius.
=. Arcs Gi?? var# Ghere diferent 8!O app?#.
SECT ) + ENGINEERS SP
*.4.1& - BARRIER REPORT (BARREP)
(. Purpose. Used to pass ino on riend?# obs3 current and p?anned3 in the OGn 2orceKs barrier p?an.
A
(
-
Amendment
95S14O
"esignator (1)
. Operation Order (OPO6")
reerence (i app?icab?e)
! Map detai?s
Map1!hart Series
Map1!hart SuIx 4o
Map1!hart Sheet 4o (2)
Map1!hart 5dition 4o (2)
/eodetic "atum (2)
" (
-
.arrier "ata$ (2)
Obstac?e 4o
Obstac?e 4icEname
Obstac?e None1.e?t 4ame14o
TasE Seria? 4o
/rid 6e (/6) (2)
Obstac?e t#pe (2) (3)
/eneric mine t#pe (2) (4)
Obstac?e status (2) (&)
.arrier "ata$
etc3
5 (
-
Obstac?e efective times$ (2)
STA6T "ate&Time /roup ("T/)
54" "T/
Obstac?e efective times$
etc3
2 Specia? remarEs
/ (
-
'
AcEnoG?edge & 95S14O
Instructions or acEnoG?edging
2orce1unit to acEnoG?edge (2)
4otes$
())*&+,&+- -)
(. I the ansGer at A is 95S a uniBue amendment designator must be inc? here.
-. 6epeatab?e as nec.
'. SpeciCc obs t#pe se?ected rom$
!ode Meaning
.5 .erm
!6 6oad crater
M2 MineCe?d
"M "emo?ition
8O .arbed Gire
obstac?e
"/ "r# gap
T" AntitanE ditch
88 8aterGa#
A. Abatis
20 2?ooding
.P .eam post obstac?e
0S 0ands?ide
2. 2a??ing b?ocE
obstac?e
UM UMO
.T .oob# traps
OT Other (4)
"T "ragon teeth
<. Se?ected rom$
!ode Meaning
A Area
P Anti&
personne?
7 Anti&
he?icopter
T Anti&tanE
4 4o mines
U UnEnoGn
O Of&route
=. Se?ected rom$
!ode Meaning
P6O Proposed
PAS Passab?e
P06 P?anned 6eserve
.65 .reached
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
P0P P?anned Pre?iminar#
!06 !?eared
IMP Prepared or
5xecution
!A4 !ance??ed
5M5 5xecuted
M6@ MarEed
*.4.1) - OBSTACLE REPORT (OBSREP)
(. Purpose. To report obs up the chain o comd.
A (- Amendment
95S14O
"esignator (()
. Map detai?s$
Map1!hart Series
Map1!hart SuIx 4o
Map1!hart Sheet 4o (-)
Map1!hart 5dition 4o (-)
/eodetic "atum (-)
!
(
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0ocation and nearest eature
/eographic p?ace name
/rid 6e (-)
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Obstac?e data$
Mines present indicator
/eneric mine t#pe (-) (')
Obstac?e t#pe (-) (<)
Obstac?e characteristics (-)(=)
5
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"imensions$
0ength in m
8idth in m
"epth in m
7eight in m
2
(
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5ntr# point$
/rid 6e 5xit point$
/rid 6e
/ Specia? remarEs
7 (
-
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AcEnoG?edge & 95S14O
Instructions or acEnoG?edging
2orce1unit to acEnoG?edge (-)
4otes$
(. I the ansGer at A is 95S a uniBue amendment designator must be inc? here.
-. 6epeatab?e as nec.
'. Se?ected rom$
!ode Meaning
A Area
7 Anti&he?icopter
())*&+,&+- '(
4 4o mines
O Of&route
P Anti&person
ne?
T Anti&tanE
U UnEnoGn
<. SpeciCc obs t#pe se?ected rom$
=. Se?ected rom$
!ode Meaning
.5 .erm
!6 6oad crater
IMP Prepared
M2 MineCe?d
"M "emo?ition
PAS Passab?e
8O .arbed Gire obstac?e
"/ "r# gap
.65 .reached
MS0 Mines surace ?aid
T" AntitanE ditch
88 8aterGa#
M6@ MarEed
A. Abatis
20 2?ooding
!O: !overed b# enem#
Cre
.P .eam post obstac?e
0S 0ands?ide
2. 2a??ing b?ocE obstac?e
UM UMO
.T .oob# traps
OT Other (speciCed)
"T "ragon teeth
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
*.4.1* - CONVENTIONAL MINEFD INTENTION TO LA! REPORT
(. Purpose. This report is sent b# a unit 2mn 7; to reB auth to ?a# a particu?ar mined.
F6.72< EK2701/
M:9/>8 I9</9<:69 <6 L2A R/06.< M:9/>8 I9</9<:69 <6 L2A R/06.<
A. Map Sheet. A. 0=<-+.
.. 4o o reB. .. ('+-.
!. Tac obL o mining. !. 6d b?ocE secur.
". T#pes o mines. ". Mixed (ME ,3 M(=).
5. 4o and t#pe o ?anes3 i EnoGn. 5. 4one.
2. /6 o mined 2. ,%=<-( & ,%(<'= & ,%*<-( &
,%'<',.
/. 5st start and comp?etion times. /. (%(<++N & (%(*++N
4ote$ This report must be encoded3 or sent b# secure means.
*.4.1' - SCATTERABLE MINEFIELD REPORT (SCATMINREP)
(. Purpose. To transmit a report about a riend?# orces scatterab?e mineCe?d. [4ote$ 5n mineCe?d
occurences shou?d be reported using the O.S65P \
A (- Amendment
95S14O
"esignator (1)
. Map detai?s$
Map1!hart Series
Map1!hart SuIx 4o
Map1!hart Sheet 4o (2)
Map1!hart 5dition 4o (2)
/eodetic "atum (2)
!
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TasE obstac?e identiCer$
TasE Seria? 4o
Obstac?e 4o
Obstac?e 4icEname
Obstac?e None1.e?t 4ame14o
"
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0ocation and nearest eature$
/eographic p?ace name
/rid 6e (2)
5
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6eport data$
"ate&Time /roup ("T/) o
comp?etion
/enera? stopping poGer (3)
MineCe?d densit#
2 (
-
MineCe?d composition (2)
Mine t#pe (4)
Mine description
;uantit#
MineCe?d composition3 etc
())*&+,&+- ''
/
(
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Unit name and nationa?it#
Unit name
4ationa?it#
7
(
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Obstac?e efective times
STA6T "T/
54" "T/
I Specia? remarEs
D (
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AcEnoG?edge & 95S14O
Instructions or acEnoG?edging
2orce1unit to acEnoG?edge (2)
4otes$
(. I the ansGer at A is 95S a uniBue amendment designator must be inc? here.
-. 6epeatab?e as nec.
'. Se?ected rom & 0O81M5"17I/7
<. Se?ected rom$
!ode Meaning
A Area
P Anti&
personne?
7 Anti&
he?icopter
T Anti&tanE
O Of&route
SECT * - E"PLOSIVE
*.4.1( - EOD INCIDENT REPORT (EODINREP)
(. Purpose$ Used to submit the initia? report o an unexp?oded ordnance (UMO) incident giving as
much basic ino as is ava?. The 5O"I4!65P is to be used b# a?? pers reporting such an incident and ma#
be used or reporting one or more apparent?# simi?ar items.
PA6T (
A
(
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0ocation detai?s o the UMO$
Map detai?s$
Map1!hart Series
Map1!hart SuIx 4o
Map1!hart Sheet 4o (-)
Map1!hart 5dition 4o (-)
/eodetic "atum (-)
0ocation & re?ative to a EnoGn insta??ation3
bui?ding3 ?andmarE or prepared grid
5ase o access$
A & On oot & rom
5AS91"I22I!U0T1IMPOSSI.05
. & .# ?ight vehic?e & rom 5AS91"I22I!U0T1
IMPOSSI.05
.
(
UMO t#pe1description$
!onCrms the t#pe o UMO (')
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
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UnEnoGn UMO detai?s (<)
Indication o chemica? or bio?ogica? (!.)
agent haFard (=)
! ;uantit# o UMOs
" "ate&Time /roup ("T/) o attacE1time o
impact1time o ?a#ing
5 5fect on operations (%)
2
(
-
5vacuation1saet# measures$
!onCrms measures taEen (,)
Measures taEen at site & 95S14O (i 95S the#
are to be speciCed)
/ 4.! threat (*)
7 (
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Tactica? inormation o va?ue & enem# orces3
riend?# orces3 haFards3 etc
Point o contact (PO!) detai?s$
4ame
6anE or appointment
Te?ephone12ax 4o(s) (secure and insecure)
6adio reBuencies1ca??signs
I
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6endeFvous (6:) detai?s or the 5xp?osive
Ordnance 6econnaissance (5O6)15xp?osive
Ordnance "isposa? (5O") part#$
/rid 6e
6oute description
PA6T - ())
D
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5O" tasEing detai?s$
I" o 5O6 team tasEed
TasEing order3 recommendations3 ?imitations
and reBuirements or a !OMT5!765P&T#pe .
((+)
M Assigned uniBue incident number
9 !ategor# o 5O" incident & A3 .3 ! or " ((()
4otes$
(. Users inc? Obsn16econ1"amage Assessment1"amage 6epair1!hem "etection15O6 and 5O" Tms.
-. 6epeatab?e as nec.
'. Se?ected rom$
!ode T#pe o UMO !ode T#pe o UMO
+( .ombs (+ Anti&submarine Geapons
+- /renades (( Sea mines
+' Mines (0and) (- P#rotechnics
+< Missi?es (' "emo?ition eBuipment
+= Mortars (< Improvised exp?osive devices
(I5")
+% ProLecti?es (= Misce??aneous
+, 6ocEets (% 2uFes
+* Submunition (, !ontainers and dispersers
())*&+,&+- '=
s
+) Torpedoes (* UnEnoGn
<. UMO detai?s are to be provided as accurate?# as possib?e using the o? categories$
!O"5 !O4:54TIO4A0 UMO I5"
+( !ircumstances o
discover#
Incident description
+- :isibi?it# o UMO "T/ ound
+' UMO appearance & shape
and condition
Appearance
+< UMO dimensions & 0ength3
Gidth3 diameter
SiFe
+= !o?ours Are there an# visib?e Gires]
+% MarEings 8hat method o astening has been
used (Ghere appropriate)
+, !ondition o UMO (rusted
or ?eaEing3 neG or o?d3
broEen or intact)
I the I5" is a suspected ?etter bomb
state$
& PostmarE
& Is recipient a ?iEe?# target]
& Is I5" bu?E# at one end]
& 5nve?ope or pacEage t#pe1maEeup
& 8h# is it suspicious]
+* 2or munitions under Gater
add$
& Prevai?ing conditions
& "epth o UMO
& 7oG is UMO marEed]
8as an# Garning given]
+) Are there an# secondar# haFards]
(+ Are there an# Gitnesses avai?ab?e]
(( An# other re?evant inormation
=. Se?ected rom$ %. Se?ected rom$
!ode Meaning !ode 5fect on
Operations
+( 4o !. haFard present +( 4i?
+- A !. haFard is
present
+- Minor
+' 4ot EnoGn +' Severe
+< Tota??# disrupted
,. Se?ected rom$ *. Se?ected rom$
!ode Meaning !ode 4.! State
+( 4o evacuation
ordered
+( 0oG
+- 5vacuation in
progress
+- Medium
+' 5vacuation comp?ete +' 7igh
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
+< .?acE
). PA6T - o the 5O"I4!65P is to be comp?eted b# the 5O" TasEing Auth on receipt o PA6T (3 not b#
the originator o PA6T (.
(+. The !OMT5!765P&T#pe . msg is not inc? in this Part.
((. 5O" incident categories as o?$
!ode !ategor# Meaning
A 5O" incidents constituting a grave and immediate threat.
Incidents to be given top priorit#. "isposa? operations are to be
started immediate?# regard?ess o persona? risE.
. 5O" incidents constituting an indirect threat. Sae Gaiting
period ma# be observed.
! 5O" incidents constituting ?itt?e threat. "ea?t Gith ater A and .
Gith minima? persona? danger.
" 5O" incidents that represent no threat at present.
SECT ' - PTL ACTIVIT!
*.4.20 - PATROL REPORT (PTLREP)
(. Purpose. Used to provide ino o? pt? activit#.
A
(
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Patro? designation
!a??sign (!1S) or nicEname
Parent unit1sub&unit
. Patro? ?eader
! Patro? siFe
" !omposition o patro?
5 TasE1Msn
2 "eparture "ate&Time /roup ("T/)
/ 6eturn "T/
7 6tes out and in (1)
I Terrain
D
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%
,
*
)
5nem#(5n)1Opposing orces (OP2O6)$
0oc
Time activit# observed
Strength
Activit#1attitude
8eapons (Gpns) and eBuipment
(eBpt)
"isposition
Intention
Add observations
!omd Post(s) (!Ps) identiCed
@ Map correction
0 Misce??aneous inmn (inc? 4.!3 Gater
())*&+,&+- ',
points3 he?icopter ?anding strips (70S)3
airstrips3 civi?ian popu?ation)
M 6esu?ts o encounters Gith the en1OP2O6
4
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!ondition o patro?$
8ounded
@i??ed in action (@IA)
Missing
!aptured
O !onc?usions and recommendations
P IdentiCcation (I") o debrieer
; Add remarEs b# interrogator
6 !omdKs assessment
4otes$
(. Inc? dropping of points ("OPs) and picE&up points (PUPs).
SECT ( + EW
*.4.21 - FAMMING REPORT (EWFAMREP)
(. Purpose$ Used b# an# victim o hosti?e 58 atE. This is a simp?e report designed or use b# non&
specia?ists rom the ?oGest ?eve?s upGards. Specia?ists shou?d use the MIDI8A6465P.
A
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Damming
T#pe o Lamming1deception (()
Strength o Lamming (-)
Mode o Lamming (')
2reBuenc#1channe? afected
. 0ocation o victim
! Time & efective "ate&Time /roup ("T/)
o start and duration o attacE in minutes
" Additiona? inormation
5 "ec?assiCcation trigger & time3 date or
event
4otes$
(. 2rom & music3 tones3 !83 noise3 voice.
-. 8eaE3 med3 strong.
'. 6esponsive3 constant.
*.4.22 - MEACONNING INTRUSION FAMMING INTERFERENCE WARNING (MIFIWARNREP)
(. Purpose. Used to Garn o haFardous 58 sit caused b# meaconing3 intrusion3 Lamming and
intererence (MIDI) incidents Ghich are o hosti?e3 riend?# (inadvertent) or unEnoGn origin.
A MIDI incident t#pe
. Unit designator(s) o afected unit(s) (1)
! S#stem(s) afected (1)
"
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0oc (1)
Stage o conCrmation (2)
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
-
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/eographic t#pe
/rid reerence
5 2reBuenc#(ies)1channe?(s) afected and
other re?evant detai?s (1)
2 "uration ("ate&Time /roup ("T/)
o??oGed b# duration in minutes) (1)
/ Assessment1description o incident (1)
4otes$
(. 6epeatab?e as nec or each diferent unit1s#stem1reBuenc#1channe? afected.
-. KStage o conCrmationK rom3 as appropriate$
!ode Meaning
65A0 !onCrmed
P0A4 P?anned
5ST" 5stimated
USOP *.& - AIR AVN OPS
*.&.1 - AIR ATTAC$ WARNING (AIRATTAC$WARN)
(. Purpose. Used to Garn o imminent en air atEs against riend?# orces. It ma# be used in
conLunction Gith either /?oba? 5ar?# 8arning (/58) or 0oca? 5ar?# 8arning (058) msgs generated b#
automated A" s#stems.
A Map data$
Map1!hart Series
Map1!hart SuIx 4o (1)
Map1!hart Sheet 4o (1)
Map1!hart 5dition 4o (1)
/eodetic "atum
. 5fective "ate&Time /roup ("T/) o the
ear?# Garning
!
(
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=
%
5ar?# Garning$
/rid 6e o sighting
5ar?# Garning bearing in "egrees True
:eriCed count o aircrat (2)
Aircrat generic categor# (3)
A?titude (in eet) or as a genera?
indicator (4)
Aircrat speed (in Ei?ometres per hour)
or as a genera? indicator & 2AST1S0O8
4otes$
(. 6epeatab?e as nec.
-. 5nter the count o ac ((&)))) o? b# the veriCcation indicator se?ected rom$
!ode Meaning
! 6eerence indicator certain
U 6eerence indicator uncertain
4A 6eerence indicator not
avai?ab?e
())*&+,&+- ')
'. Se?ected rom$
!ode Meaning
A AttacE
. .omber
! !argo1Transport
58 5?ectronic 8arare
2 2ighter
28 2ixed&Ging3 /enera?
7 7igh
0 0oG
M Medium
:7 :er# 7igh
:0 :er# 0oG
62 6econnaissance
0O7 7e?icopter3 0ight Observation
AA7 7e?icopter3 Armed1Assau?t1Anti&
tanE
UTT7 7e?icopter3 Uti?it#1Technica?
Transport
MT7 7e?icopter3 Medium Transport
7T7 7e?icopter3 7eav# Transport
*.&.2 - AIR RE,UEST (AIRRE,)
(. Purpose. To reB tac air sp or ?and or maritime ops.
AI6 65;U5ST
Air 6eBuest 4o.
A "etai?s o tasE &
destro#1neutra?ise1search. Target
description. 0ocation1search ?ine detai?s.
/ives priorit# (i necessar#). States i
photo conCrmation is reBuired o recce.
. Time on target & speciCc time or AS
SOO4 AS POSSI.05 (ASAP) and a 4OT
0AT56 T7A4 (40T) time1?atest time
inormation o va?ue
! 2riend?# orces ?ocation & Ghere invo?ved
Gith or in c?ose proximit# ((+++m) to the
target ?ocation. (() I no riend?# orces
Githin (+++m3 4I0 is to be speciCed.
This paragraph must a?Ga#s be
comp?eted
"
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!ontro? Arrangement & rom3 as
app?icab?e$
6adar !ontro? & !a??sign (!1S) and
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
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=
%
,
reBuenc# o initia? contro? radar
6adar !ontro? & !1S and reBuenc# o
orGard contro? radar
TA!P1ASO! & !1S and reBuenc# (')
TA!P1A0O & !1S and reBuenc# (')
TA!P12A! & !1S and reBuenc# (')
!ontactpoint1orbit point1initia? point
MarEer(s) & indicator smoEe3 pane?3
etc.
5 In&2?ight 6eport & !1S and reBuenc# to
Ghom in&Jight report is to be made i
one is necessar#
2 4OT US5"
/ 4OT US5"
7 Armament reBuested or 4OT US5"3 as
app?icab?e
I An# other inormation
*.&.3 - HELICOPTER LANDING SITE REPORT (HELLSREP)
To standardise the method used to transmit he?icopter ?anding site reports.
(. I42O6MATIO4 !O4T54T
(.( Inormation 5?ms
Message 4ame $ 7500S65P
5xercise Ident $ as appropriate. 5xercise I" and Op !odeGord are never to be used in
the same mesg. I this e?m is used it shou?d contain the o? ino$) (!)(4U)
(. 5xercise 4icEname $ (a?phanumeric entr# or the codeGord or nicEname o the exercise to
Ghich the msg pertains) (!)(4U)
-. Add IdentiCer $ (i used3 gives an add exercise nicEname identiCer using the
appropriate data code3 e.g. K.0U5Kto indicate that the msg is betGeen
.?ue p?a#ers)(!)(4U)
Op !odeGord $ (as appropriate. See restriction above)(!)(4U)
Msg IdentiCer (MS/I") $ (enter 7500S65P and detai?s o originating unit3 and other detai?s
about the msg as nec(M)(4U)
Msg16eport 6e $ (i used3 provides uniBue a?phanumeric re detai?s3 comms t#pe in data
code3 and re date&time) (M)(4U)^
"ate&Time $ (provides the efective "T/ o msg origin or auth or re?ease Gith hr
given in the rge ++ to -')(M)(4U)
Organisation $ (using appropriate3 auth data
"esignator $ codes3 provides the unit designator3 unit siFe indicator3 countr# o the
Gor?d3 unit ro?e indicator(s)3 higher mn designator3 and armed service
or civi?ian agenc# o the unit Gho prepared the msg or auth its
re?ease)(M)(4U)
Maps $ (a?phanumeric ident o a?? maps re in the msg3 or re to an
agreed dataset i in an automated /IS&based environ(M)(4U)
A02A $ Units o Measure & (deCnes the units o measure to be used throughout
the 7500S65P taEen rom ATP&'* code designators as o??oGs$)(M)(4U)
())*&+,&+- <(
!ode Unit o Measurement
( Metres
- 9ards
' 2eet
< "egrees Magnetic
= Mi?s
% @P7 (Ei?ometers per
hour)
, MP7 (mi?es per hour)
* @nots
) "egrees !e?sius
(+ "egrees 2ahrenheit
.6A:O $ 5fective "T/ & (provides the "T/ in NU0U time on comp?etion o the recon)(M)(4U)
!7A60I5 $ 0oc & (gives the UTM grid co&ord o the extremities o the 0S. PreCxed b# tGo (-)
?etter grid Fone designators Ghen there is an# possibi?it# o uncertaint# about the
part o the map used (M)(4U)
"50TA $ Orientation & (gives the orientation o the 0ong Axis o the 0S using the units o
measurement ?isted at A02A)(M)(4U)
5!7O $ 4o1SiFe o 0Ps & (provides the no and siFe o 0Ps being reported3 Gith siFe given as
o?(M)(4U)
!ode Meaning
( 0arge
- Medium
' Sma??
< As brieed
2OMT6OT $ Method o "ep?anement & (uses the o? numerica? code to describe the method o
dep?anement$)(M)(4U)
!ode Meaning
( 0and
- 7over
' 6ope
< Absei? or 8inch
/O02 $ 0S Surace & (reports the 0S surace conditions in ' parts3 as o?$) (!)(4U)
(. Classifcation & coded as$
!ode Meaning
8 2irm & can support the he?icopter and can be used
b# - Ghee? drive vehic?es or < Ghee? drive vehic?es
and trai?ers3 un?ess heav# and continuous use is
intended
M Moderate & can be used b# ' or < ton vehic?es Ghich
shou?d be ab?e to start rom rest using < Ghee?
drive
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
9 Sot & < Ghee? drive vehic?es cannot start rom rest
but might cross i a?read# on the move
-. Description & coded as$
!ode Meaning
A Sand
. /rass
! Scrub
" SnoG
5 Ice
2 Marsh
/ "ust
7 An# other
surace
'. Recirculate & indicates Ghether the surace Gi?? recircu?ate as a resu?t o rotor doGnGash3
using a simp?e 9 W 95S or 4 W 4O code
7OT50 $ "ir & (gives the dir o approach (() and exit (-) or he?s expressed in units o measure
?isted at A02A)(!)(4U)
DU0I5T $ 8ind "etai?s & (reports Gind dir and speed using units o measurement given at
A02A3 Gith dir reported as the bearing rom Ghich the Gind is coming)(!)(4U)
@I0O $ Approach Ang?e & (provides detai?s o the acceptab?e ang?e(s) o approach to the 0S)
(!)(4U)
0IMA $ 0oc16ecognition Aids & (provides the a??ocated numerica? code or an# pre&brieed
?oc1recognition aids provided or an# particu?ar A6T)(!)(4U)
MI@5 $ 0anding Aids & (provides the a??ocated numerica? code or an# pre&brieed ?anding
aids provided or an# particu?ar A6T)(!)(4U)
4O:5M.56 $ !?oud "etai?s & (gives detai?s o c?oud cover and estimated ht above the 0S3 Gith
height estimated in the unit o measurement given in A02A)(!)(4U)
PAPA $ :isibi?it#1Temperature & (reported using units o measurement given at A02A) (!)(4U)
;U5.5! $ 5n & (provides detai?s o EnoGn en posns3 str and Gpns3 reported as & sighting no o?
b# grid coord3 str and an# Gpns critica? to the accomp?ishment o he?
?andings1dep?anements. 5n sightings Gi?? norma??# be amp?iCed using a SPOT65P)(O)
(4U)
6OM5O $ Posn o A6T & (records the posn o the A6T i remaining adLacent to the 0S in order to
avoid it being mistaEen or the en)(O)(4U)
SI566A $ Obstructions & (reports obstructions in the dir(s) o he? approach and exit using the
o? ?etter code and given in the seBuence > grid coordinates3 code ?etter3 ht in unit o
measurement given at A02A above$)(!)(4U)
!ode Meaning
A .ui?dings
. Trees
! Po?es
" P#?ons and high tension
Gires
5 Others
())*&+,&+- <'
TA4/O $ :eh 5xits & (reports UTM grid coord o a?? exit pts or veh rom the 0S)(!)(4U)
U4I2O6M $ 6estrictions on Tp Movement & (gives an indication o restrictions to rapid dep? o tps
rom the 0S using the o? numerica? code$)(O)(4U)
!ode Meaning
( 7eav#
restriction
- Moderate
' Unrestricted
:I!TO6 $ 6emarEs & (a??oGs or other pertinent ino3 such as a ?andmarE to the 0N3 to be
described using /54T5MT as appropriate)(O)(4U)
*.&.4 - HELICOPTER RE,UEST (HEL,UEST)
(. Purpose. Used to reB tpt he? or UTT7 sp.
750;U5ST identiCer (unit I" (e.g. SI!))
and uniBue reBuest I" (e.g. date p?us '&
digit seria? no.)
A ;uantit# and t#pe o aircrat (A1!)
. 4ature o tasE
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(1) (2)
etc3
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"estination(s)1reconnaissance target(s)
(1)
etc3
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"ate&Time /roup ("T/) at PUP(s) or on
tasE (1)
etc3
2 K4ot aterK "T/
/ "uration o tasE (in hrs1mins)
7 Passengers1casua?ties (3)
I 2reight (Geight in Egs) (4)
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PUP(s) (1)
etc3
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destination(s) (1)
etc3
0 .rieCng & !1S3 reBuenc#3 ?ocation
M "ebrieCng & !1S3 reBuenc#3 ?ocation
4 !ombat inte??igence update
O Specia? instructions & e.g. ?iaison3 ?ogistic
support (&)
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
4otes$
(. 6epeatab?e or mu?tip?e PUPs1?oc.
-. PUPs ma# be /6s3 nicEnames or mu?tip?e ?oc.
'. !ategor# & sitting3 stretcher3 Ga?Eing & to be stipu?ated b# nos.
<. Inc? description3 dimensions3 Gt3 unders?ung3 etc.
=. 2or comp?ex ops3 the s#stem or matching pax1?ds to he? t#pes shou?d be indicated here.
USOP *.) - ADMIN REPS AND RTNS FORMATS
SECT 1 + LOG AND CSS
*.).1 - LOGISTICS SITUATION REPORT (UNIT) (LOGSITUNIT)
(. Purpose. Used to advise on changes to ho?dings o eBpt3 ammo3 ue? (petro?3 oi?3 ?ubricants (PO0))
and rat at unit ?eve?.
A 0O/SITU4IT 6eerence 4o.
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!ode1stocE no. (1) (2) 7o?dings
!ode1stocE no. (1) (2) 7o?dings
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!ode1stocE no. (1) (2) (3) 7o?dings
!ode1stocE no. (1) (2) (3) 7o?dings
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!ode1stocE no. (1) (2) (4) 7o?dings
!ode1stocE no. (1) (2) (4) 7o?dings
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!ode1stocE no. (1) (2) (4) 7o?dings
!ode1stocE no. (1) (2) (4) 7o?dings
2 Add inmn (as necessar# or
amp?iCcation)
4otes$
(. 6epeated as nec Ghere more than one item is being reported.
-. Using appropriate codes rom the 0and 2orces 6eportab?e Item 0ist (026I0).
'. 7o?dings to be reported i over =V used since the ?ast 0O/SITU4IT.
<. 7o?dings to be reported i stocEs var# over =V since the ?ast 0O/SITU4IT.
*.).2 - MAP RE,UEST (MAPRE,)
(. Purpose. Used or submitting reB or map coverage.
A 0atest "ate&Time /roup ("T/) reBuired
( Map detai?s (1)
Series
Sheet 4o.
;uantit#
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Map detai?s (1) etc3
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! 6eason or demand
" !o??ection1de?iver# detai?s
5 Point o contact (PO!) detai?s
4otes$
(. 6epeated as nec Ghere more than one map series1sheet no. is reBr.
*.).3 - MATERIAL DEMAND (MATDEM)
(. Purpose$ Used or demanding speciCc items or mat.
A "emand 6eerence 4o.
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& !?ass o supp?#
& !ode1stocE no. (-)
& 6e?evant reerence document
& 5Buipment1materie? name
& Unit o measure (as app?icab?e)
& ;uantit# reBuired
& StocEs on hand
Item reBuested$ (()
etc3
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& !oded priorit#
& 0atest target "ate&Time /roup ("T/)
or de?iver#
& 0ocation
& Method o de?iver# & b# Ghom3
supp?# or co??ect
"e?iver# criteria$ (()
etc3
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not possib?e b# the ?atest target date or
de?iver#1co??ection (()
Impact o non&comp?iance (()
etc3
4otes$
(. 6epeated as nec Ghere more than one item is reBr.
-. Using appropriate codes rom the 0and 2orces 6eportab?e Item 0ist (026I0).
SECT 2 + FORCE MOV
*.).4 - MOVEMENT SITUATION REPORT (MOVSITREP)
(. Purpose$ Used to report the mov and mov inrastructure sit3 together Gith detai? o remedia? action
initiated or p?anned to overcome deCciencies experienced or anticipated.
UNIT STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
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Summar# description o the overa??
movements situation3 operationa? and
?ogistic3 to cover$
6oads
6ai?Ga#s
In?and 8aterGa#s
Maritime
Air
Movements !omms S#stems
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Summar# inormation or each o the
o??oGing actors3 particu?ar?# Ghere the#
have an impact on reduction in
capacit#1eIcienc# o movement
netGorEs3 insta??ations or aci?ities (4O
!7A4/5 shou?d be reported Ghere there
are no remarEs to maEe or a particu?ar
actor)$
6oad 4etGorEs
6ai? 4etGorEs
In?and 8aterGa#s and Ports
Maritime 8aterGa#s3 Ports and
.eaches
Airports1Airheads
Movements !ommunications S#stems
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6emedia? Action & summarises3 as
o??oGs3 action to remed# the
deCciencies3 prob?ems3 concerns and
shorta??s identiCed at item .6A:O$
Action
Progress
" Assessment o the course o movement
according to schedu?e (1)
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Arriva?s
Interna? Moves
"epartures
N6</4-
(. The assessment shou?d use the o? std codes in combination$
!ode Meaning
I Operationa? movements
II 0ogistica? movements
A TraIc situation u??# ensures movement
operations
. TraIc situation ?imits movement operations
such that p?anned movement times increase b#
up to (++V
! TraIc situation ?imits movement operations
such that p?anned movement times increase b#
more than (++V
" TraIc situation can no ?onger ensure movement
operations.
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SECT 3 + FORCE MAINT
*.).& - REPAIR/RECOVER! RE,UEST (REPRECRE,)
(. /en. The purpose o this reB is to demand eBpt rep or rec aci?ities be#ond the capabi?it# o the
unit maint org. The report shou?d be Gd to the mn ssvcs bn 7; or "TS/ maint co# as app?icab?e b# the
astest possib?e means. 6eB Gi?? be seBuentia??# numbered b# the svcs bn1"TS/ maint co#.
-. 2ormat
a. 65PAI6165!O:569 4UM.56 (demanding unit must identi# either repair or recover#)
b. I"54TIT9 O2 U4IT 65;U5STI4/ SUP
c. T9P5 A4" MA@5 O2 5;UIPM54T
d. 5ST !O4"ITIO4 !0ASS (M191N1.61U4@4O84)
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h. 0O!A0 TA! SITUATIO4
i. 7AS !658 65MAI45" 8IT7 5;UIPM54T
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b. !A00 SI/4 O2 MO.I05 65PAI6 T5AM (M6T)
c. 5STIMAT5" TIM5 O2 A66I:A0 O2 M6T AT 6: 0O!
d. 5STIMAT5" TIM5 O2 !OMP05TIO4
e. 65MA6@S
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P6O8O6" Q/U4 A A2: STAT5 AS AT ("AT53 TIM5 /6OUP)Q
5;PT !O:565"$
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N & 65;6S 65P UP TO T75 !APA!IT9 O2 .AS5 8O6@S7OPS.
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