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Published on February 28, 2008

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Eastern Region Cadet Command :  2007 Leader’s Training Course Planning Conference “Inbriefing” 5 March 2007 Eastern Region Cadet Command Agenda / Timeline:  Agenda / Timeline 1200-1300 - Arrive Leader's Club 1300-1315 – In Processing 1315-1500 - Region CDR / CSM 1500-1530 - LTC 2007 In-Progress Review 1530-1540 - Break 1540-1550 – Range Control 1550-1600 – Law Enforcement Command 1600-1615 - S1 Brief – S1 1615-1645 - S4 Brief – S4 1645-1650 - S2 Brief – S2 1650-1700 - S6 Brief – S6 1700-1705 - Medical Support Brief – Medical Ops Officer 1705-1710 - Safety – Safety Officer 1710-1730 - "How to Start" Brief – COS 1730-1800 - Group Breakout 1800-UTC – No Host Social Eastern Region Cadet Command :  Planning Conference Administrative Announcements Eastern Region Chief of Staff LTC Stacy Overby Eastern Region Cadet Command Why You’re Here!:  Why You’re Here! Meet the Staff/Counterparts Conduct initial Reconnaissance and Coordination with Primary/Special Staff, Committees and Company Cadre Validate/Request Training Support Requirements and Resources Prep offices/work areas Committee Chiefs and Primary/Special Staff provide Back Briefs to the Course Commander Provide required deliverables back to the LTC Branch to complete the planning/resources Deliverables:  Brief CONPLAN for Training Committees Prepare “Outbriefing” slides Submit all resource requirements Engineer/DPW support request Training/TASC aids/Signs (inventory last year submit request) Commo plans & requirements (estimated commo plans primary/alt means– cmte sites) Logistical request: tentage, camo nets, bleachers, CONNEXs, latrines, sandbags, etc. Required Training Site improvements Turn in Range Certification (SNL by Cmte) Turn in CLS Qualification requirements (Certification) Turn in Lifeguard Qualification reqmts (Certification) Turn in Office requirements (stuff that needs to be hung, computers, phones, etc.) Vehicle support (# of GSAs, GATORs, etc) BL Class 1 Plan / Survival Meals BL Training Schedule/Rotation Plan BL Transportation Plan Deliverables Deliverables:  Submit Risk Assessments Approved before departures Review and submit changes to: - LTC SOP - Cadre & Cdt Hdbk - Tng Schedules - POI - Synch Matrix (MTS) - TDA (confirm manning) Complete Telephone Matrix by assigning duty position to phone location/number - Matrix provided in Handout Complete USAAC Form 101 (Information System Access Request) to receive Network access - Blank form & sample provided in handout Deliverables Slide7:  LTC07 Key Staff Leaders Chief of Staff: 1COL Ippilito E3 2 COL Bishop E5 Deputy: 1 LTC Seyfred E5 2 LTC Young W10 1 SGM Edwards E3 2 SGM Anderson E7 CSM: S1 1 OIC – LTC Rhinehardt W11 2 OIC – LTC Lusher E3 NCOIC: MSG Smith E2 S3 OIC - LTC Schaefer ER HQ NCOIC - MSG Cook ER HQ S4 OIC - MAJ Miller E3 NCOIC: Mr. Landry ERHQ S6 NCOIC: ER Safety 1 OIC - MAJ Foy E4 2 OIC - LTC Johnson W11 VB 1 OIC - LTC Flood E3 2 OIC – LTC Majure W8 NCOIC: SFC Johnson W10 PAO OIC - Steve Arel ER HQ NCOIC:SGM Cristostomo W14 1 OIC – LTC Lee E1 ED Visit OIC - Susan Kratz ER HQ LDC OIC - LTC Felkel E5 NCOIC: CSM Valdez W12 As of 26 Feb 07 2 OIC – LTC Orsi E2 Slide8:  LTC07 Key Company Leaders Commandant: 1 COL Border E7 1 LTC Soos E1 2 LTC McIntosh W14 Deputy: CSM: 1 SGM Washington E5 2 SGM Allen E4 CO 1: CTO: LTC Trietley E2 CTNCO: MSG Sturgell W9 PTO: MAJ Hadley W10 PTO(F): MAJ Clapper E5 CO 4: CTO: (F) LTC Lockard E7 CTNCO: MSG Grant W10 PTO: MAJ Sherman W14 PTO: MAJ Mills E2 CO 2: CTO: LTC Jett E5 CTNCO: MSG Daley E6 PTO: MAJ Trapani E1 PTO: MAJ Shirkey W10 CO 3: CTO: LTC Hester W8 CTNCO: MSG Hedges W11 PTO: MAJ Henderson E7 PTO: CPT Brown W11 CO 5: CTO: LTC Landry W12 CTNCO: MSG Hunte E1 PTO: MAJ Gragg W10 PTO: (F) MAJ Martinez E4 As of 26 Feb 07 2 COL Wiseman E4 Slide9:  LTC07 Key Committee Leaders Warrior Committee OIC: LTC Romaine E3 Deputy: LTC Sargent W14 Navigation Committee Bold Leader Committee CWST OIC: LTC Pugh W8 NCOIC: MSG Deraps E1 Rappelling OIC: MAJ Bergeron W8 NCOIC: MSG Torre E4 OIC: LTC Holly E7 NCOIC: CSM Hixon W14 (1)OIC: LTC Vaachi E1 Deputy: MAJ Perkins 84th Climbing Complex (WED) OIC: LTC Young E7 NCOIC: MSG Clark E2 Waterborne Opns (COW) OIC: LTC Manning W13 NCOIC: MSG Foor W9 Squad STX (Bold Warrior) OIC: LTC Rydbom W13 NCOIC: MSG Moctezuma E6 CMTs OIC: Maj Powell E1 NCOIC: MSG Kirkpatrick E3 NCOIC: USAR HQ HQ HQ As of 26 Feb 07 OIC: LTC Ligo E5 NCOIC: SFC White W14 Stream Crossing (2)OIC: LTC Koebrich E1 OIC: LTC Pickett W10 Eastern Region Cadet Command :  Leader’s Training Course COL Robert J. Frusha CSM Michael Peters Eastern Region Cadet Command Agenda:  Agenda Welcome Background Intent Trends (Overall) What I expect from you Friction Points IG Trends Bottom Line “Why are you here?”:  “Why are you here?” Welcome Glad you’re here; hope you are too This is LTC, not LDAC Why are we here? Task: Conduct LTC 07 Purpose: To produce contracts in SROTC; qualify Cadets for lateral entry credit, motivate them to contract Potential Questions:  Potential Questions Arrival / Departure Time PT Work Schedule Duality of C2 Awards Garrison vs. Field Duty Training vs. Recruiting LTs for Extra Duty Opening Ranges / Training Areas Vehicle Accident Medical Incidents Alcohol Use Cadre “Issues” Background:  Background CC/BC 01 < LTC 02 > What happened after LTC 06 Shortened Bold Leader Added First Aid and Heavy Weapons 2LT BOLC Trainer and integrate LT Greening Program Need your comprehension, your expertise, but also your total “buy in” It is training and recruiting Compare: how has your product looked? Leader’s Training Course Commander’s Intent:  Leader’s Training Course Commander’s Intent Vision: We produce a Cadet who has: Realistic, mature view of the Army Increased their leadership ability Made a commitment to the organization We focus on leader development Mature/Refine Cadets’ leadership potential Teach them agile and adaptive decision making Provide “experiential learning opportunities” Leader’s Training Course Commander’s Intent:  Leader’s Training Course Commander’s Intent Key Tasks: All LTC attendees execute all “qualifying” tasks to standard Motivate Cadets to enroll into MS 301 and make a personal commitment to become an Army Officer Provide ample opportunity for every Cadet to increase their leadership skills and enhance their potential Challenge every Cadet physically, mentally and emotionally; daily Expose all cadets to the Cadet and Soldier’s Creed Constantly emphasis Warrior Ethos and what it means to be a Soldier Expose and imbue with the Army Values and Fitness Ethos Make a thorough assessment of every Cadet so that he/she and the gaining PMS understands the Cadet’s strengths, weaknesses and their entry level capacity Leader’s Training Course Commander’s Intent:  Leader’s Training Course Commander’s Intent Endstate: Graduates ready to contract. Graduates and “completion” Cadets who require little adjusting on campus before contracting. LTC 2006 Trends:  LTC 2006 Trends “What I Expect From You”:  “What I Expect From You” Ensure the safety and well-being of our Cadets all the time Be a solid example of our Army’s 7 Values Execute my vision/intent Come rested; fired up; not business as usual Provide world-class training, mentoring, coaching, counseling, feedback, and assessments Teach basic skills, develop individual leadership potential, and instill values Enforce Standards; ensure they know what right looks like Be where the cadets are Train new LTs on what right looks like; don’t leave them on their own. “What I Expect From You”:  “What I Expect From You” 10. Stay in your lane but keep all communication channels open 11. Do nothing dumb on purpose No inappropriate relationships No consumption of alcohol, no smoking no chewing tobacco, no dipping, no cursing or any type of vulgar language in the presence of Cadets No fraternization of any type with Cadets No vehicle accidents Avoid any temptation to gravitate to similarity at the exclusion of others Avoid temptations to adjust standards based on gender or any other differences 12. PT 3 – 4 times weekly/Time off 13. Recognition/Awards 14. Make best use of the Cadets’ flex time, down time; must plan Friction Points:  Friction Points STO / DS / CMT / PTO Communication Co Cdr / 1SG / CTO / CTNCO Communication STOs, et.al., who try to be DSs, or Buddies Misused PT time Comparing BCT and LTC in remarks or actions Not task organizing or multi-tasking Being less instructive and more authoritative Failing the Newspaper or Mom test Friction Points:  Friction Points Cadet issues, left unattended = no contract Being evaluated vs. assessment oriented Rigor on steroids Short-cutting risk assessment process Not using ground-guides; no excuses/non-starter Broken CMTs Cadre drinking/carousing with new LTs Moronic Things Cadre Do :  Moronic Things Cadre Do Use a GSA to go to the Thoroughbred Lounge. Drink during the duty day while at lunch. Having a relationship with a Cadet or Lieutenant. “Tough it out” when injured or sick – seek medical treatment if in question. Wreck a GSA vehicle through inattentive operation—three times in two weeks. Invite your LTs to nice one-on-one dinners, at night, alone for “counseling”. Drive a GSA like it is a HMMWV down a muddy trail through woods hitting many tree limbs and getting vehicle hung-up causing damages to vehicle; however, none of the passengers nor driver were aware of how any damages could have occurred. Solicit the hotel maids to come to the room while watching porn on the computer. Oh yeah, no porn on computers. Leave GSA vehicle unattended, running, and in neutral (Vehicle rolled backwards into dumpsters, causing damage to both dumpster and vehicle). As site OIC, leave your site to go “play” at another site—for two days. IG Observations of Cadet Interviews & Sensing Sessions 2002 - 2006:  IG Observations of Cadet Interviews & Sensing Sessions 2002 - 2006 Good Cadre Coach & Mentor Participatory Lead by Example Clearly Defined Role Respect Boundaries Respect With Other Cadre Fair & Consistent Poor Cadre “Don’t Want To Be Here” On a “Power Trip” Use Profanity Lack Clearly Defined Role Disregard or Demean Other Cadre, or Cadets Inconsistent & Arbitrary Treatment IG Observations of Cadet Interviews & Sensing Sessions 2002 - 2006:  IG Observations of Cadet Interviews & Sensing Sessions 2002 - 2006 Cadets Value Challenging PT Bold Leader Mentoring by STOs and DSs Impromptu coaching & counseling Team-building opportunities Identification of standards Adherence to standards Good working relationship between STOs & DSs Fairness Good food & time to eat it Cadets Dislike Poor communication Hurry up & wait Changes in training schedule Substandard living conditions Conflict between STOs & DSs Inconsistencies between DSs Varied standards based on race and/or gender Poor time management Bottom Line:  Bottom Line Understand the mission. Understand the context. Understand the ROE. Execute with the intent. Make the Cadets want to “be like Mike.” Eastern Region Cadet Command :  Leader’s Training Course CSM Michael Peters Eastern Region Cadet Command Slide28:  Policing the Building Take care of the offices (no nails, tacks, push pins, and tape to the walls). Want something hung let us know during this conference No moving of furniture between rooms unless it is cleared with the S4 Driving on post Use of Government Vehicles Cell phone policy when driving Uniform standards Running routes Authorized Parking Areas Patrol caps only worn in range area; all other places beret CSM TOPICS Slide29:  OFF LIMITS PARKING AUTHORIZED 12th Armored Div. Ave 3d Ave Old Ironsides Ave 1st Cav Rgmt Road Eisenhower Ave Old Ironsides Ave Region HQs Bldg 1468 USAREC Bldg 1467 Burger King Post IG Kingsolver Grade School AUTHORIZED PARKING AREAS NO PARKING OF 15 PAX VANS IN THIS PARKING LOT LTC Branch Chief:  LTC Branch Chief MAJ Keith Gramig Eastern Region LTC Chief # 502-624-3071 Email keith.gramig2@usacc.army.mil Update from LTC 06:  Update from LTC 06 Mission & METL LTC 07 Footprint Task Organization Training Changes General Information Why you’re here for this conference Slide32:  Mission On Order, Eastern Region conducts a Leader’s Training Course to Qualify and Motivate Cadets for Lateral Entry into SROTC. METL Conduct a Leader’s Training Course Resource Fund TDA Train required cadre Train all Cadets on MS I and MS II qualifying tasks Motivate individuals to contract Leader’s Training Course Slide33:  4 5 3 2 1 29 May – 22 July Cadet Training FTX LTC 2007 Footprint Cadre Training 11 Jun – 08 Jul 16 Jun – 13 Jul 20 Jun – 17 Jul 24 Jun – 21 Jul June July LTC 07 Footprint (5 cycles) 06 Jun – 03 Jul 4th July Tng Holiday JROTC JROTC Tng (10-15 June) A/1-46 B/1-46 C/1-46 D/1-46 C/2-46 Slide34:  Organization Company Chain of Command:  CTO CDR 1SG CNCOIC 1-46 Company Commanders act as Deputy Commander PTO “Achieving and Maintaining Unity of Command” Company Tactical Officer (LTC) Platoon Tactical Officers (MAJ/CPT) Squad Tactical Officers (2LT) Drill Sgts “One Voice” to DS and STO Company Chain of Command PTO Slide36:  Cadet Training: Deleted FLRC Tng replaced with Heavy Weapons and First Aid Training Increased Squad Tactics Tng I & II by 2 hours each. In addition all STT done concurrently Moved DV Speaker after completion of BRM 9 training Reduced Bold Leader (FTX) Phase from 6 days to 4 ½ days Moved the execution of the final road march from an afternoon movement to an early morning movement Increased amount of Cadet recovery time by half of day JROTC training conducted to validate some of the committee sites Changes LTC06 >>>> LTC07 (1of 2) Slide37:  Cadre In processing & Training: 2LTs report in two separate groups (30 May & 12 Jun) 2LTs will be under the C2 of the S1 until all in processing has been completed Majority of BL Cadre reports 11 to 12 days prior to 1st cycle executing the BL phase of training Lifeguard training will be executed two separate times (31 May-3 Jun & 13-16 June) CLS training offered twice a week throughout course beginning 4 Jun Co Cadre Team building event will be either paintball/bowling. Drill Sergeants participate with the STOs/PTOs in the 2 day LDR Development Training Implementation of the 2LT Greenig Program Changes LTC06 >>>> LTC07(2 of 2) Slide38:  28 Day Program of Instruction 15. Orienteering 16. Squad Tactics 1 & 2 17. Stream Xing; Squad Tactics #3 18. R-BPFT; BL Prep; Ldrshp Panel 19. Reinforcement/Cadet Time Bold Leader Phase 20-24. Bold Leader FTX (RONx4) - Waterborne Ops; Climbing Complex - STX Lanes; BD# 1a, 2 – 4, 5, Fld Survival - Rites Passage: FM, & Ceremony Future Leader Phase Recovery & Cdr’s Outbrief Recovery; CIF & CIIP Turn-in Grad Rehearsal; Family Day Graduation; Outprocessing Soldier First Phase 1. Reception, Inprocess 1, Physicals 2. CIF/CIIP, Inprocess 2, Army Values, Wear the Army Uniforms, 3. Tm Development Crs, D&C, Warrior Ethos , Soldiers Creed 4. D-BPFT, BRM #1, TLP’s, Guidon Ceremony Warrior Leader Phase 5. BRM #2 & #3 6. BRM #4 7. Rappelling & CWST 8. BRM #5 9. BRM #9; DV Speaker 10. Reinforcement/Cadet Time 11. First Aid & Heavy Wpns 12. Map 1 & 2; Written Test 13. Land Nav PE; Night PE (RON) 14. Land Nav Test Legend: Leadership; Personal Development Officership; Tactics & Techniques; Values & Ethics; Overview & Assessment Slide39:  General Information S3: Waivers and Co-Use Agreements:  S3: Waivers and Co-Use Agreements PYRO use west of 31W w/airfield Co-Use TA8 Co-Use TA12 Smoke - Rappel Site Educator’s on Training Sites Food/drink served in Abrams Aud. Use of Paintball in TA12 R A G Complete Working Not Started A G G G G G G CCIR:  CCIR Slotting a ROO on either the LTC/LDAC TDA Adding additional lines/positions to the TDA Any accident involving a GSA vehicle Any medical evacuation of cadre or cadet Any incident involving drugs or alcohol Any event that causes training to stop (i.e. severe weather) Any “heat casualty” as diagnosed by a PA or Doctor Slide42:  Combat Life Saver Training MEDDAC Conducted Courses (40pax/course) 4-8 JUN: 2 Certification Courses Cls 1 (4-6 Jun)-- Monday to Wednesday noon Cls 2 (6-8 Jun)– Wednesday noon to Friday 7-8 JUN: Recertification Class (40 personnel) 18-22 JUN: 2 Certification Courses (Dedicated to CMTs) Cls 1 (18-20 Jun) - Monday to Wednesday noon Cls 2 (20-22 Jun) – Wednesday noon to Friday 9-11 JULY: 1 Certification Course (10 personnel) Looking to have two 91Ws dedicated to conducting CLS training every week of LTC; last week being 16-20 July. Slide43:  Holding Company Location: First floor Building 6017, B wing 1-81 AR footprint Total number of rooms: 7 rooms with 1 office Capable of holding at least 20 Cadets Holding Co Rep get with MSG Cook (S3, NCOIC) to get additional details 6018 6017 6015 6010 EISENHOWER AVE WILSON RD BRAVES RIFLE REGT AVE 82D RECON DR 1-46 AO LTC HQ Slide44:  BATTLE RYTHM Slide45:  S3 LTC TOC RM 301 Vacant RM 305 LDC TRNG TRNG TRNG 3d Division Drive 3d Floor LTC Headquarters (Building 1468) CDRs Office – 2d floor A wing Briefing Room – 2d floor A wing S1/in-processing – basement B Wing S4 – basement A Wing MEDOPS – basement IG – 1ST Floor A wing B wing A wing Where do I start & What must I do?:  Where do I start & What must I do? Review your predecessor's continuity book or planning packet and other resources provided (SOP, POI, Execution Checklist, Prepare a “CONPLAN” for your AO Conduct a complete/detailed equipment inventory Make “eye to eye” contact with your supporting agencies: Rg Ctrl, 1-46 Cadre, DPW, DOIM, etc Review the course layout/training schedules & Synchronization Matrix (Sync Matrix) Look for & address potential shortfalls Begin the Risk Management/Mitigation process Training, CASEVAC (aireal & ground evac), Severe/Adverse Weather Evacuation Plan Site Setup/Security plan; VIP Briefs Recommended Rehearsal dates “ALL” Training Committees Develop your Cadre training plan/Timelines (Schedules) What are your pre training requirements Slide47:  Deliverables Eastern Region Cadet Command:  Questions Eastern Region Cadet Command Break 10 Minutes:  Break 10 Minutes RANGE CONTROL :  RANGE CONTROL FORT KNOX TRAINING COMPLEX OIC/RSO REQUIREMENTS:  OIC/RSO REQUIREMENTS MINIMUM GRADE FOR RSO E-6 CAN APPOINT AS MANY E-5 & ABOVE TO ASSIST IN HIS DUTIES. I.E. PADDLE SAFETIES, LANE SAFETIES ETC. MINIUM GRADE FOR OIC E-6 ALL STATUS REPORTS AND CHANGES MUST COME FROM THE OIC RANGE/TRAINING AREA STATUS:  RANGE/TRAINING AREA STATUS OCCUPIED LIVE FIRE LIVE FIRE TRAINING WITH PYRO TRAINING (NON-FIRE) TEMP CEASE FIRE (BREAK) MANNED GUARD UNMANNED GUARD TRAINING STATUS (CONT.):  TRAINING STATUS (CONT.) UNIT AT REST (OIC TO REMAIN ON SITE ALONG WITH CLS) CEASE FIRE PREP TO CLEAR PREP TO CLEAR COMMUNICATIONS:  COMMUNICATIONS IS MANDATORY WITH RANGE CONTROL IF LOSS OF COMMUNICATIONS: TRAINING WILL BE HALTED BY RANGE CONTROL UNTIL REESTABLISHED SAFETY BRIEF:  SAFETY BRIEF PRIOR TO ANY TRAINING ALL PERSONNEL MUST RECEIVE A SAFETY BRIEF FROM THE OIC BRIEFING WILL INCLUDE ACTION IF UXO/DUDS ARE ENCOUNTERED MUST MAINTAIN DA 1594 DAILY STAFF JOURNAL. RISK ASSESSMENT:  RISK ASSESSMENT MUST HAVE DAILY RISK ASSESSMENT MUST BE SIGNED AND APPROVED BY THE MOST SENIOR PERSON ON THE TRAINING SITE. COPY MUST BE MAINTAINED ON THE TRAINING SITE AT ALL TIMES AMMUNITION PAD REQUIREMENTS:  AMMUNITION PAD REQUIREMENTS TWO EACH 10 POUND DRY CHEMICAL EXTINGUISHERS STORED ON PALLETS COVERED REF: FORT KNOX REG 385-22 CHAPTER 3 TRAINING AREA NO-NO’S:  TRAINING AREA NO-NO’S DON’T USE OPEN FIRES DON’T USE PYRO INCORRECTLY SMOKE (NOT AUTHORIZED AT ALL TNG SITES) AERIAL (MUST HAVE APPROVED WAVIER) DON’T DIG WITHOUT RANGE CONTROL PERMISSION DON’T MAKE PUNJI PIT’S EMERGENCY MEDICAL EVACUATION:  EMERGENCY MEDICAL EVACUATION IN TRAINING COMPLEX AVAILABLE 24-HOURS CALL RANGE CONTROL UNIT REQUESTING MEDEVAC SIX DIGIT GRID TO LZ # PERS & NATURE OF INJURIES HOW LZ WILL BE MARKED PREFER THE USE OF RED SMOKE NIGHT TIME HOURS CHEM LIGHTS WHEEL EVAC’S:  WHEEL EVAC’S IF AMBULANCE IS NEEDED FROM IAH CALL RANGE CONTROL (38.90) DO NOT CALL 911 OR IAH SAME INFO WILL BE NEEDED AS FOR AIR EVAC IF YOU USE THE AMBULANCE ON YOUR SITE (WILL BE PLACED IN A NO TRAINING STATUS BY RANGE CONTROL AFTER EVACUATION IS COMPLETE:  AFTER EVACUATION IS COMPLETE MUST CALL RANGE CONTROL NAME(S) OF INJURED PERSONNEL RANK & SSN DESCRIPTION OF HOW & WHEN INJURIES OCCURRED Slide66:  RANGE CONTROL PHONE NUMBERS COMM. PREF 502 FIRING DESK: 624-2125 OPERATOR: 624-2125 OPS NCO: 624-2858 ADMIN: 624-2135 SCHEDULING 624-3100 FAX: 624-8805 DSN 464 Slide67:  FORT KNOX MILITARY POLICE STATION SSG CONNER TRAFFIC UNIT SUPERVISOR Slide68:  AGENDA VEHICLE REGISTRATION POST SPEED LIMITS BY ZONE SUPSENDED LICENSE/ NO INSURANCE RISE IN DUI’S Slide69:  VEHICLE REGISTRATION Valid State Driver’s License Valid Vehicle Registration Proof of Insurance on the vehicle Military Identification card Slide70:  POST SPEED LIMITS BY ZONE PT HOURS 10 MPH WHEN PASSING TROOPS SCHOOL ZONES DURING SCHOOL HOURS HOUSING AREAS (15 MPH) EXCESSIVE SPEED ZERO TOLERANCE FOR SPEEDING ENFORCED BY MILITARY POLICE AT ALL TIMES SPEEDING DURING INCLEMENT WEATHER Slide71:  Suspended License/ No Insurance LOSE OF DRIVING PRIVILEGES ON THE INSTALLATION FOR A 12 MONTHS PERIOD VEHICLE WILL BE IMPOUNDED AT OWNER’S EXPENSE OWNER OF THE VEHICLE WILL RECEIVE A CITATION FOR NO INSURANCE STATE DRIVER’S LICENSE BEING SUSPENDED/REVOKED Slide72:  Recent rise in DUI Slide73:  FORT KNOX MILITARY POLICE STATION QUESTIONS 502-624-2111 502-624-2112 502-624-0911 Emergencies Dial 911 LTC S1:  LTC S1 LTC Lowell Seal Chief, S1 (502) 624-2724 Email lowell.seal@usacc.army.mil CPT Fabienne Dennery LTC S1, Plan (502) 624-4115 Email fabienne.dennery@usacc.army.mil Cadre Information:  Cadre Information Reporting to LTC: All Cadre will report and in-process thru LTC S1 Bldg # 1468 RM B-14, civilian attire authorized Height/Weight measured during in-processing Bring copy of profiles Do not report early (lodging is not available and will be at your expense) w/exception of personnel traveling from Guam, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and American Samoa DOD sticker or temporary pass required for POV - need vehicle registration, proof of insurance, driver’s license, military ID Personnel Status: Committee/Staff Chiefs handle duty hours, time off, whereabouts, and daily status report to S-1 By exception leaves approved by first COL in Chain of Command 4 days pass approved by the first COL in Chain of Command 3 days pass approved by the Committee/Staff Chief 50 miles or above require a DA31 Cadre Information:  Cadre Information Pay: No military pay (cash) support or advance pay at Ft Knox; must use Government Travel Card (except 2LTs) S-1 coordinates all pay inquiries and personnel services issues Settlement of Travel Voucher: Completed upon return to your university; however, cadre can submit partial settlement through DTS every 30 days. 2LTs complete travel voucher settlement after OBC Awards: Above and beyond (more than performing assigned duties well). Submit thru chain to S-1 NLT 7 Days before presentation day. Cadre Information:  Cadre Information Personnel, Medical and Dental Records Cadre are strongly encouraged to update their medical, dental and personnel records to include DA photo. POC Personnel Record – Sarah Parker at (502) 624-5625 Bldg 5101 M-F 0730-1415 DA Photo – Bldg 5101 M-F 0745 – 1100 Walk-In Dental - Jordan Dental Clinic Medical – Ireland Army Community Hospital Cholesterol Screening – Ireland Army Community Hospital Contact Information:  Contact Information Mailing Address: RANK FULL NAME LEADER’S TRAINING COURSE STAFF SECTION/COMMITTEE BLDG 1468 328 3RD AVE FORT KNOX KY 40121-5117 S1 POC: CPT Dennery at (502) 624- 4115, fabienne.dennery@usacc.army.mil, LTC S4:  LTC S4 S4 : MAJ Valentine Miller NCOIC: Mr. Woodson Landry Log Planner : Mr. Al Freeland 502-624-7347 albert.freeland@usacc.army.mil New for LTC 07 :  New for LTC 07 (2) “Zodiac” Boats w/ Basic Inventory List (1) Trailer, 20 ft Equipment Storage Barn at Warehouse (Bldg 6900) 250’x20’ (250) M4 Style Paint ball guns Dining facilities:  Dining facilities Cadets : BLDG 6542 (SPROCKET 1) Cadre use the following DFACs: Bldg 1491 (Kouma DFAC) Bldg 851 (Hospital) Field Feeding:  Field Feeding Submit requests for special meals to the S4 during the PC Submit changes to S4 within 72-hrs to allow time for coordination Ensure 2LT STO’s and 2LT committee Cadre have field rations Water:  Water Water point located at intersection of Wilson Road & 9th Cav Regiment Road S4 has 7 commercial water trailers (moved by GSAs) Each company has 1 military water buffalo ICE:  ICE Ice House : Bldg 7102, Spearhead Div Ave. Submit ice requests on a DA 3161 to the LTC S4 (Bldg 6900). Saturday Ice House hours are 0800-1200 Ice on Sunday : Basement of Bldg 1468 CIF/CIIP (Bldg 6568) :  CIF/CIIP (Bldg 6568) Cadets draw 6 sets of BDUs, 1 hot weather cap, and TA-50. Undershirts will be checked for correct number Schools : Ensure Cadets bring 2 pair of boots - well broken-in. CIF will check size Company Supply NCO : Be at CIF for issue and turn-in CTOs: sign for Cadets TA-50, responsible for cleaning and drying prior to turn-in to CIF CTOs/CTNCOs : remain at LTC until all TA-50 is accounted for CIF/CIIP:  CIF/CIIP Cadre, except 2LTs, bring TA-50 or OCIE items to LTC 2LTs will make CIF draw on 1 JUN or 15 JUN depending on their arrival date Once LTC starts, changes cannot be made to Cadet and Cadre CIF menus SOP contains a recommended list of field items for civilian Cadre Sandbags:  Sandbags Sandbags will be filled by committee Sandbags and sand will be delivered to the Stream Crossing, Bold Leader, and Bldg 6900 Slide88:  Ammunition and Pyrotechnics HHC 1ATB receives Class V from the Ammunition supply Point (ASP) HHC 1ATB will deliver and pick up ammo and pyrotechnics from committees as scheduled S4 Ammo Supply Tech is assigned to ensure coordination is as flawless and timely as possible Medical:  Medical Combat lifesaver bags will be drawn from the warehouse (Bldg 6900) Medical supplies and equipment are requested and funded by ROTC through Ireland Army Community Hospital (IACH) MEDOPS POC controls all pharmacy items Equipment Maintenance:  Equipment Maintenance Radio Maintenance Support - UMA provides direct support maintenance for SINCGARS radios Military vehicles and equipment- Units tasked by G3/DPTM are responsible for repair/replacement of non- mission capable vehicles/equipment OTHER ITEMS: Contact the S4 Supply section in Building 6900 POL :  POL Tactical Vehicles Fuel point in St John’s Motor Park. (2900 Block, north end of Old Ironsides Ave) Fuel cards will be issued only if fuel is not available at UMA GSA Vehicles Refuel on post at AAFES Shoppettes Use only 87 Octane fuel Keep receipt, Check it for accuracy, Return receipts to the LTC transportation section GSA Vehicle/Gator Damage Inspections:  GSA Vehicle/Gator Damage Inspections At initial drop, an inspection and a photo of the vehicle will be taken to document any prior damage At re-dispatch, vehicles will be inspected and any damages documented During LTC, any damage to a GSA vehicle or Gator requires immediate notification to the LTC S4 A damaged GSA vehicle will be repaired prior to leaving LTC GSA Vehicles:  GSA Vehicles Maintenance, repairs, and purchases for vehicles other than fuel must be approved by the LTC S4 Transportation Section GSA vehicles are available during PC for transport to and from Ft Knox and motel GSA Vehicle Dispatch Procedures :  GSA Vehicle Dispatch Procedures Drivers must have a valid driver’s license; Defensive Driver's Card; and complete the Wheeled Vehicle Accident Avoidance Course (on line at: http://www.transchool.eustis.army.mil/training/web/wvaa.htm) After completion of course, make 2 copies of Certificate. Keep one and give one to your committee OIC All 15 PAC Van drivers must take the Ft. Knox Driver Improvement Course (found on the Eastern Region website under LTC). Have a copy of your completion certificate when you drive. GSA Vehicle Policy :  GSA Vehicle Policy Permanent party - For Official Use Only TDY personnel - For Official Use and to/from billeting, reputable restaurants, barbershop, places of worship, on post non-appropriated fund clubs, gyms and any other NAF activity facility for health and sustenance Off Post : Must be within reasonable proximity to Fort Knox (50 miles) Use for any other entertainment or recreational facilities is prohibited unless prior approval is granted by the CoC or LTC CoS. (GSA request form required) GSAs : Drive only on improved roads-This includes 4 x 4’s GATORS:  GATORS Issue/turn-in will be exactly as GSA vehicles Drivers must view Gator safety film and read TRADOC guidance on the use of Gators Turn in to the S4 Transportation Section a list of trained Gator users PPE for Gators: Helmet and Eye Protection Supplies and Services :  Supplies and Services Expendable/Recoverable Supplies During the PC, verify committee equipment at BLDG 6900 Vehicle Support During the PC, make vehicle requirements thru the LTC S4 Radio Support Make requests thru the LTC S4 Services Support – need grid locations for Connexes/ Bleachers/ Dumpster/ Portalets Services to Request :  Services to Request Facility Engineer Support Construction Projects Specialized repair projects Training Area and Range Engineer Support DPW LTC Work Order has been submitted Conduct Recon of your TA during the PC Submit new work requests if needed LOGISTICS WAREHOUSE:  LOGISTICS WAREHOUSE Located on the east end of Eisenhower Ave (across from Triangle Motor Park) Turn in signature cards and requests for logistical and supply items Signature cards must be signed by section/committee chief Turn-in of supplies at PC and end of LTC : Region warehouse, Bldg 6900 Region HQ/LTC HQ BLDG 1468:  Region HQ/LTC HQ BLDG 1468 Office keys: The key control POC will be in Room 222E, Bldg 1468 Recon your room or rooms. Submit any work request to the LTC S4 Billeting:  Billeting Majority of LTC personnel will be billeted off- post Report motel deficiencies to the Billeting section DO NOT MOVE 2LTS FROM ONE MOTEL TO ANOTHER UNTIL AFTER COORDINATING WITH THE BILLETNG SECTION PER DIEM : ON POST $12.05; OFF POST $39.00 Per Day Insect Protection:  Insect Protection Utilize DoD Guidelines Use Permethrin on uniform – have Cadets spray uniform night prior to wearing Use DEET repellent on exposed skin Wear uniform correctly( i.e. sleeves down, trousers legs tucked into boots) Check body for ticks S4 PC DELIVERABLES:  S4 PC DELIVERABLES NUMBER/TYPE OF VEHICLES NEEDED NO. OF LATRINES, MILVANS/CONNEXES, DUMPSTERS, HANDWASH STATIONS CAMO NETS NEEDED GRAVEL NEEDED & LOCATION TREES REMOVED OR PRUNED & LOCATION ENGINEER WORK REQUIRED GENERATORS NEEDED WATER BUFFALOS NEEDED RADIOS REQUIRED (TYPE, NUMBER) ANY WALL HANGINGS (BLDG 1468) WAREHOUSE EQUIPMENT DRAW DATE SUPPLY REQUESTS FOR ITEMS NOT IN WAREHOUSE T-Shirt Information:  T-Shirt Information Committees Responsibility Wait until LTC to place order Contact Information E’town Laundry Custom Apparel Mulberry Street, Elizabethtown 270-765-2101; fax 270-765-6189 POC: Don Vest QUARTERMASTER LEADS THE WAY!:  QUARTERMASTER LEADS THE WAY! NO LOG – NO GO!! Slide106:  Questions LTC PAO & Educator Visit:  LTC PAO & Educator Visit Ms. Susan Kratz Eastern Region Recruiting Div Chief / S2 # 502-624-3664 Email susan.kratz@usacc.army.mil LTC Planning Conference ‘07 :  LTC Planning Conference ‘07 Review AAR; identify new requirements Educator / Nurse Educator Visit 10 – 14 July [Class A’s] Introduce yourselves with Post POCs, meet other LTC Staff, and confer with Eastern Region Counterparts Plan handover of VIP, panel and guest/distinguished speaker arrangements to Visitors Bureau Slide109:  Questions? LTC S6 (Communication and IT):  LTC S6 (Communication and IT) LTC Noyes Slide111:  BW TA-12 Base stn Dual Net TA-12 Retrans Freqs used in BW Day 2 Training Area – Low Ground. Retrans Located at BW Day 1 Vert. Descent – High Ground. BW Retrans x2 COW Veh. MTD STR XING Base Stn Dual Net LAND NAV Veh. MTD Dual Net ORINT Base Stn Dual Net TOC Base Stn Dual Net FLRC MAN PK SQD TAC MAN PK BRM MAN PK WED MAN PK SINCGARS Network Range Control 38.900 TA-12 Retrans 51.650 LTC TOC 69.400 TA-12 Retrans 47.300 All nets Single CH Plain Text. Range Control RAPL MAN PK As of: 24 JUN 06 WED MAN PK RAPL MAN PK SQD TAC MAN PK BRM MAN PK FLRC MAN PK BIV Site 3 MAN PK BIV Site 3 MAN PK SQ 1 - 6 SQ 1 - 6 SQ 1 - 6 SQ 1 - 6 SQ 1 - 6 SQ 1 - 6 Slide112:  Communications Tasks Tactical: Identify any changes to the proposed communications plan Identify any repairs or installations needed in training areas Commo Checks at all Training Areas Telephones: Complete Telephone Matrix by assigning duty position to phone location/number - Matrix provided in Handout - Turn into IM at roundtable Telephone Directory will be provided first week of LTC Network: Complete USAAC Form 101 (Information System Access Request) Blank form & sample provided in handout Submit completed form as a deliverable Users sign for all accounts at S6 Computer Distribution:  Computer Distribution Slide114:  Questions LTC Medical Support:  LTC Medical Support LTC Rice Medical Operations OIC # 502-624-6855 Email shelley.rice@usacc.army.mil Mission:  Mission Support the Command and the LTC mission Provide and ensure LTC cadets and cadre receive the best healthcare Medical care coverage available 24/7 for acute minor illness and injury Ireland Army Community Hospital provides the 24/7 continuum of medical care and emergency support Vision:  Vision To maintain and/or advance the health status of the cadets and cadre we serve Support and maximize training availability of cadets and cadre Be fully integrated with Ireland Army Community Hospital The majority of cadets report medically qualified and/or ready to train GOALS:  GOALS Minimize illness and injuries through emphasis on preventive health measures and safety Dramatically decrease the need for Safe-to-Train (STT) physicals (by 50%) Campus team critical to this success Use DA 3425-R for those who are not DoDMERB qualified to minimize number of STT needed Attempt to clear cadets for training if not qualified or have a change in health status Perform STT physical evaluations on Day 1 Physicals:  Physicals Completed/Qualified DoDMERB physicals Preferred status of incoming candidates Ready to start training and able to commit Requires no additional physical exam Non-qualified/Incomplete physicals Not performed or not returned from DoDMERB Requires Safe-to-Train (STT) evaluation Cadet may be sent home Coming to Ft. Knox may give cadet a false sense she/he is physically qualified to participate or contract Safe-to-Train Physicals:  Safe-to-Train Physicals Why a “Safe-to-Train” Physical? DodMERB Physical initiated/completed but not present for review DoDMERB physical not initiated (MJC) No DA Form 3425-R (Medical Fitness Statement) Questionable medical history Change in status since DoDMERB Process Executed on the same day identified (Day 0) Cadets complete DD Form 2492 (history) Doctor reviews DD Form 2492 and determines “Safe”/”Cleared” for training Typically a quick, “abbreviated” exam Garrison Cadet Medical Care :  Garrison Cadet Medical Care Location: TBD 0600 hours Monday-Saturday Closed Sunday (IACH ER utilized last year) Staffed by IACH hospital personnel IACH Emergency Room provides emergency care 24/7 Bold Leader Cadet Medical Care:  Bold Leader Cadet Medical Care Location: Centralized at each field training area Daily TBD Staff Medical liaison officer (POC) Physician, PA or NP Combat medics IACH Emergency Department provides emergency care 24/7 Cadre Medical Care:  Cadre Medical Care TRICARE – Region does not change! Primary Care – Info available at cadre inprocessing Make an appointment: (800) 493-9602 For acute illness or injury can utilize sick call Routine care (long term problem) – space available basis IACH Emergency Department provides emergency care 24/7 New LTs must enroll in TRICARE COMTek healthcare coordinated by zone office Pharmacy available depending on meds Recommend refills done prior to camp Out of state prescriptions may need rewriting Slide124:  Questions LTC Safety:  LTC Safety LTC Johnson MAJ Foy LTC 07 Safety Officers Slide126:  Reportable Accidents, Injuries, & Damaged Vehicles Slide127:  Changes for 07 Requirement for Fort Knox 15 Pax Van Driver Improvement Course Added to Inprocessing Checklist & 2LT Orders ER>Divisions>Training>LTC>Trng Info http://www.usaac.army.mil/acce/ltc_training.htm WHEELED VEHICLE ACCIDENT AVOIDANCE (WVAA):  WHEELED VEHICLE ACCIDENT AVOIDANCE (WVAA) Have all Region cadre and employees who drive government vehicles complete the on-line Wheeled Vehicle Accident Avoidance (WVAA) Course, the National Safety Council Defensive Driving Course (DDC), or other approved driver training within the past 4 years? [CC Reg 385-10, TRADOC Reg 385-2, AR 385-55] Slide129:  CC>Safety>Trng Materials>WVAA> https://safetylms.army.mil/librix/loginhtml2.asp?v=usasc Slide130:  Changes for 07 - Vehicles Must to Clean Enough to Allow for a Thorough Walk-Around Inspection During Dispatching - Ground Guide Required when Backing with a Trailer Safety Deliverables:  Safety Deliverables Provide signed RMWS NLT 071300MAR07 Slide132:  Questions The “How to Start” Brief:  The “How to Start” Brief LTC Overby Getting Started:  Getting Started Mission Analysis/TLPs and Backwards Planning Understand the Link? Retention/Officership Exciting/Lead by Example/Differences It’s not a new wheel Template provided in Committee Book Understand TDA Resources available Review what you need Study AAR Getting Started:  Getting Started Mission Analysis/TLPs and Backwards Planning (continued) Review videotapes (If available, also marketing) Reconnaissance (Eyes on site and equipment) Condition of site/ create work orders Use SME (May have enlisted Soldier/NCO SPT) Fix Responsibility Among ROTC Cadre Getting Started:  Getting Started Mission Analysis/TLPs and Backwards Planning Find your equipment and count it Know what is available and serviceable Know what you must have to succeed Face to Face Coordination Range Control, DPW, Contract Support Develop a Concept and Task List Scheme of maneuver from start to finish Canned narratives for all presentation/Inst Develop an Organizational Structure Develop a Sponsorship/Team Building Plan Getting Started:  Getting Started Mission Analysis/TLPs and Backwards Planning Develop a Prep/Training/Execution Plan By day calendar What is missing? Pyro certification What is unsafe? Equipment Serviceable/Site verified by safety What do you need that wasn’t asked for before? Who can get it for you? LTC CofS & S3 Remember it may impact others too Getting Started:  Getting Started Committee Standards - for training and exec Range Control-Certified, Inspected, Pyro Transportation-Cadre, parking permits Meals-Cadre, Cadets on site? Toilets-Coordinate for # and support PT-Training and Testing Requirement for LTs LTs as Trainers-First real experience, do it right Communication-System for committee, Range Control Getting Started:  Getting Started Parking VIPs book and brief Severe weather- lightening, tornado Site security – storage for gear, high $ SOPs Daily AARs Deliverables:  Brief CONPLAN for Training Committees Prepare “Outbriefing” slides Submit all resource requirements Engineer/DPW support request Training/TASC aids/Signs (inventory last year submit request) Commo plans & requirements (estimated commo plans primary/alt means– cmte sites) Logistical request: tentage, camo nets, bleachers, CONNEXs, latrines, sandbags, etc. Required Training Site improvements Turn in Range Certification (SNL by Cmte) Turn in CLS Qualification requirements (Certification) Turn in Lifeguard Qualification reqmts (Certification) Turn in Office requirements (stuff that needs to be hung, computers, phones, etc.) Vehicle support (# of GSAs, GATORs, etc) BL Class 1 Plan / Survival Meals BL Training Schedule/Rotation Plan BL Transportation Plan Deliverables Deliverables:  Submit Risk Assessments Approved before departures Review and submit changes to: - LTC SOP - Cadre & Cdt Hdbk - Tng Schedules - POI - Synch Matrix (MTS) - TDA (confirm manning) Turn-in NEXTELs Validate Automation Distribution (Attached) Complete Telephone Matrix by assigning duty position to phone location/number - Matrix provided in Handout Complete USAAC Form 101 (Information System Access Request) to receive Network access - Blank form & sample provided in handout Deliverables Slide144:  Questions Slide145:  Commander’s Guidance

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