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  • Go from here CCPL Walsh and CCPL Silva.
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    • 1. FIELD TRAINING SECTION FIELDCRAFT RECRUIT 1 Personal Equipment
    • 2.
      • At the end of this lecture you will be able to:
      • State:
            • The necessity for field clothing and footwear
            • The requirements for safety equipment
      • Describe:
            • The different types of webbing and back packs and their uses
      AIMS/OBJECTIVES
    • 3.
      • At the end of this lecture you will be able to:
      • Demonstrate:
            • How to correctly assemble a pack for a cadet camp.
      • List:
            • The items necessary when packing for a cadet camp including: Food, utensils/ accessories, tentage, sleeping gear, clothing
      AIMS/OBJECTIVES
    • 4. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT Field Clothing for Cadets and Instructors is: D i s r u p t i v e P a t t e r n C o m b a t U n i f o r m (DPCU)
    • 5. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT Hat Floppy brim to protect face, ears and eyes
    • 6. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT Shirt Comfortable fit - neither too tight nor too loose Sleeves are worn down in the field
    • 7. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT Trousers Comfortable fit Worn with the cuff 'bloused' over the top of boots
    • 8. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT Belt (Optional) Two variations shown above
    • 9. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT Socks Fit snugly in the boots without restricting circulation Long enough to protrude above the boot tops
    • 10. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT Boots Brand new boots should be 'broken in' by wearing and waxing/polishing them Boots and laces must be maintained in good condition for field work
    • 11. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT Wet Weather Clothing Some form of wet weather clothing is an essential part of a Cadet's kit
    • 12. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT Wet Weather Clothing Protective Trousers (optional)
        • Poncho/Japara
    • 13. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT Cold Weather Clothing Jumper Vest
    • 14. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT Cold Weather Clothing Gloves Beanie
    • 15. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT
      • Personal Safety Equipment
      • Each cadet should carry a personal first aid kit
      • Suggested contents includes:
        • Bandage or Shell Dressing
        • Pain Killers
        • Safety Pins
        • Anti-Septic Cream
        • Tweezers
        • Water Purification Tablets
    • 16. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT
      • General Safety Equipment
      • Items to consider when planning a bivouac:
        • Spade; For digging latrines, fire trenches etc.
        • Rake; For clearing ground around fires
        • Axe; For clearing vegetation if neccessary
        • Knapsack Spray/Water bucket; For fire fighting
    • 17. Webbing Equipment and Packs PERSONAL EQUIPMENT
    • 18. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT
      • Field Packs
      • Large enough to hold:
        • sleeping bag
        • spare clothing
        • food/water
        • personal items
      • Fits comfortably & securely
      • Durable and Waterproof
    • 19. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT
      • Field Packs
      • Suggested Contents
        • Spare clothing
        • Toiletries
        • Boot polish
        • Sleeping Bag & Hutchie
      • Rations
      • Hexamine & Stove
      • Sleeping Mat
      • Messing Equipment
    • 20. Clothing Bed Roll Entrenching Tool Sleeping Bag Bivvy Bag S79 Hammer Pegs Blanket Wash Kit Mess Tins KFS Rations
    • 21. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT
      • Webbing
        • ‘ Bum’ Pack
        • Ammo Pouches
        • Belt
        • Belt Comforter
        • Water Bottles
      • Water Bottle Covers
      • H-Harness
      • Day Pack
      • Compass/First Aid Pouch
      • Bayonet/Knife
    • 22. H-Harness Minimi Pouch Minimi Pouch Water Bottle & Cover Water Bottle & Cover Bum Pack Bayonet & Scabbard Day Pack
    • 23. Belt Comforter Pistol Belt
    • 24. ALTERNATIVE Minimi Pouch Replaces Bum Pack
    • 25. Hexamine Matches Hexi Stove First Aid Kit Water Bottle Water Bottle Cup Canteen Cup Canteen
    • 26. Day Pack Camel Back Hose
    • 27. OPERATIONAL EQUIPMENT Note Book Viewee Twoee Aide Memoire Cam Cream Range Card Binoculars F88 Cleaning Kit GPS Protractor Map Case Compass Pace Counter
    • 28. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT Hootchie Chord FRED Maglite Webbing Maintenance Kit Head Torch Leatherman Batteries Tape Mug Gas Stove Short Wave Radio Cyalume Stick Toggle Rope Coffee Lighter Matches Survival Kit Fire Lighting Kit
    • 29. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT
      • Food Requirements
        • When operating in the field, the AAFC may provide either ration packs or fresh rations or a combination of both
    • 30. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT
      • Combat Rations
        • ADF Combat rations are designed to give personnel a balanced diet
        • Menu/Dietary information is enclosed in both types
      • 1 Man 24HR
        • 5 Man 24HR
    • 31. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT
      • Fresh Rations
      • Work out number of breakfasts, lunches & dinners required
      • Make a menu for each
      • Make sure the food selected is balanced
      • Select food which will include the five major food groups
    • 32. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT
      • Fresh Rations
        • These five groups are as follows:
    • 33. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT
      • Fresh Rations
        • Carbohydrates
      • (Bread, cereals, flour, potatoes etc.)
      • To assist the body in the utilisation of protein & fat
    • 34. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT Fresh Rations Proteins (Cheese, eggs, meat, fish, beans etc.) For growth and tissue repair
    • 35. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT Fresh Rations Fats (Cheese, butter, oil, fatty meats etc.) For muscular energy and heat
    • 36. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT Fresh Rations Minerals (Salt, potassium, calcium etc.) To maintain cellular function
    • 37. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT
      • Fresh Rations
        • Vitamins
      • (Fruit, vegetables etc.)
      • For growth and control of body activities
    • 38. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT
      • Fresh Rations
        • Finally, calculate the quantities required
        • A good gauge as to what types and amounts are required is to compare with the menus of military ration packs
    • 39. PERSONAL EQUIPMENT
      • Fluids
        • Water is the most vital fluid required by the body
        • Sweet soft drinks are not suitable in the field
          • They tend to make the person feel thirsty again soon after drinking
        • Fruit juices are very good
      • They provide fluid and vitamins at the same time
    • 40.
      • In this lesson we have covered:
        • The necessity for field clothing and footwear
        • The requirements for safety equipment
        • The different types of webbing and back packs and their uses
      AIMS/OBJECTIVES

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