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  • 1. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST TIER Task Task Number BOLC I BOLC II BOLC III PROPONENT PERFORMANCE LEVELS OUTCOMES COMMAND AND CONTROL 1. Apply the Essential Elements of Army Leadership 158-100-1110 I Doctrine to a Given Situation Detainee Opns P I I CAL P V/E TSP 158-A-1110 PS #1. Demonstrate an Understanding of Army Leadership Jun 05 Doctrine. 3:40hrs PS #2. Define Leadership. PS #3. Discuss Army Leadership Doctrine. PS #4. Discuss the “Leader of Leaders” Concept in Army Leadership. 158-100-3006 I 2. Resolve an Ethical Problem Detainee Opns P I I CAL P V/E TSP 158-L-3006 Jun 05 PS #1. Define the Ethical Problem. PS #2. Identify Applicable Principles, Rules, Laws and 3:05hrs Regulations. PS #3. Evaluate the possible courses of action. PS #4. Choose the Course of Action that Best Represents Army Values. 3. Apply Leadership Fundamentals to Create a Climate 158-100-1135 I that Fosters Ethical Behavior Detainee Opns P I I CAL P LDR TSP 158-C-1135 PS #1. Assess the command climate to determine the level Jun 05 of ethical behavior within the unit. 3:20hrs PS #2. Compare unit’s behavioral values with Army values. PS #3. Select behavioral values that are not consistent with Army values. PS #4. Determine leadership behaviors that are not consistent with Army values. PS #5. Recommend leadership behaviors that will have a positive impact on the ethical climate within the unit. I 4. Take Charge of a Platoon 158-100-1282 P I I CAL P LDR 158-K-1282 PS #1. Determine the actions you must take in preparation Jun 98 for taking charge of a platoon. PS #2. Determine the actions you must take upon arrival at 3hrs the new assignment. PS #3. Take charge of the platoon. PS #4. Assess your success in taking charge of the platoon.
  • 2. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST 5. Identify Duties, Responsibilities, and Authority of Officers, Warrant Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers I and DA Civilians 158-100-1183 P CAL P OFF 158-B-1183 PS #1. Identify duties common to Officers, Warrant FEB 99 Officers, Noncommissioned Officers and DA Civilians PS #2. Identify the Basis of Authority for Officers, Warrant 2hrs Officers, Noncommissioned Officers and DA Civilians PS #3. Identify the Responsibilities and Roles of Officers, Warrant Officers, Noncommissioned Officers, and Civilians in the Army PS #4. Describe organizational relationships between Officers, Warrant Officers, Noncommissioned Officers, and DA Civilians PS #5. Describe the Chain of Command I 6. Counsel a Subordinate 158-100-7003 P I I CAL P LDR/PD PS #1. Identify the need for counseling: a) Organizational or regulatory guidance. b) Reception and integration of new personnel. c) A subordinate crisis. d) Referral of a subordinate to an appropriate agency or organization. e) Subordinates who are not recommended for promotion. f) Adverse separation counseling. g) Performance counseling. h) Professional growth counseling. PS #2. Prepare for the counseling session by: a) Selecting a suitable location. b) Scheduling a time. c) Notifying the subordinate of the time and place in advance. d) Organizing information. e) Outlining the counseling session components. f) Planning the counseling strategy. g) Establishing the right atmosphere. PS #3. Conduct the counseling session by: a) Opening the session. b) Discussing the issues. c) Developing a plan of action. d) Documenting the session. e) Closing the session. PS #4. Conduct a follow-up of the counseling session to: a) Provide support for implementation of the counseling session. b) Assess the plan of action. c) Adjust the plan of action if required.
  • 3. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST 7. Apply Ethical Decision Making Process at Small Unit I Level 158-100-1230 P I I CAL P V/E TSP 158-C-1230 Sep 99 PS #1. Clearly define the ethical problem. 3:30hrs PS #2. Employ applicable laws and regulations PS #3. Reflect on the ethical values and their ramifications PS #4. Consider other applicable moral principles. PS #5. Commit to and implement the best ethical solution. PS #6. Assess results and modify plan as required. 8. Apply Customs, Courtesies and Traditions of the I Service 158-100-1181 P I I CAL P OFF PS #1. Describe the Army's Tradition of Public Service, Accomplishing the Mission, Leadership, Loyalty, the Officer's Word, Discipline, Readiness, Taking Care of TSP 158-B-1181 Soldiers, Being a Lady or Gentleman, Avoiding the Jun 98 Political, and Candor. PS #2. Describe the Army Customs of Comradeship and 1hr the Privileges of Rank PS #3. Describe and Give Examples of Duty, Honor, and Country PS #4. Explain How the Concept of Duty, Honor, and Country Remains Significant PS #5. Describe Those Actions that the Army Considers Taboo PS #6. Identify the Position of Honor PS #7. Use Correct Titles PS #8. Wear and Remove Headgear PS #9. Take appropriate action upon the arrival and departure of a senior PS #10. Execute the Hand Salute. PS #11. Walk with a Senior Officer PS #12. Describe Procedures for Reporting to a New Unit or Installation PS #13. Report to a Senior PS #14. Render Honors PS #15. Apply Social Courtesies PS #16. Describe Dining-In, Dining-Out, Hail and Farewells, and Receptions I 9. Develop Subordinates 158-100-7012 P I I CAL P LDR/PD TSP 158-L-7012 Apr 08 PS #1. Assess developmental needs of subordinates. a) Observe subordinates’ performance in the core 2:30hr leader competencies. b) Record observations.
  • 4. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST c) Determine if the performances meet, exceed, or fall below expected standards. PS #2.Conduct professional growth counseling. a) Inform subordinates of your observations. b) Get feedback from subordinate. PS #3. Assist subordinates in designing an individual development plan (IDP). a) Identify actions to correct weaknesses. b) Identify actions to sustain strengths. c) Obtain subordinates’ agreement to the plan. PS #4.Develop subordinates on the job. a) Provide opportunities for cross-training. b) Assign tasks to provide practice in areas of subordinates’ weaknesses. c) Provide challenging, mission-oriented training to improve practice. PS #5.Create a positive learning environment. a) Inform subordinates of existing individual self- development programs. b) Provide training opportunities to improve subordinates self-awareness, confidence, and competence. c) Apply effective assessment and training methods. PS #6. Share relevant personal experiences with subordinates. PS #7.Provide counseling, coaching, or mentoring. (as required) 8.Conduct periodic performance counseling. (as required) a) Review the IDP to assess subordinates’ progress. b) Modify the IDP if necessary. II TSP 158-F-0040 Jun 98 10. Write to Inform or Direct 158-300-0040 P I I CAL I LDR PS 2. Plan Outline and Product Format for Written 2hr Communication PS #3. Draft Written Communication from Plan PS #4. Revise Draft Written Communication PS #5. Proof Draft Written Communication PS #6. Evaluate Draft Written Communication I 11. Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct 158-300-0030 P I I CAL P OFF TSP 158-G-0030 Jun 98 PS #1. Research Available Information for Military Briefing 3hr PS #2. Plan Military Briefing PS #3. Rehearse Military Briefing
  • 5. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST PS #4. Revise Military Briefing PS #5. Deliver Military Briefing 12. Apply the Army's Operational Doctrine to Mission I Planning 158-200-2000 P I I CGSC I Tec/Tac/ Off no tsp found PS #1. Analyze Operational Task, Situation, or Mission PS #2. Identify applicable Army Operational Doctrine for a Task, Situation, or Mission PS #3. Apply Applicable Army Operational Doctrine for a Task, Situation, or Mission 13. #1. Identify the Characteristics of a Professionaand PS Apply Characteristics and Components of I Profession to Military Service as An Admission, Describe each. (Expertise, Controlled Officer 158-100-1111 P I I CAL P OFF TSP 158-C-1111 Autonomy in Discipline and Regulation, Responsibility, Apr 98 Sense of Corporateness) PS #2. Describe How Military Service Qualifies as a 1.30hrs Profession. 14. Correlate a Leaders’ Role in Character Development with Values and Professional Obligations I 158-100-3012 P I I CAL P V/E TSP158-L-3012 PS #1. Discuss the relationship between character and Jun 08 beliefs, and character and ethics PS 2. Identify how values shape the development of 1:30hrs personal character and character of subordinates PS 3. Identify how Professional Obligations shapes the development of personal character and character of subordinates PS 4. Identify the components of the process used by leaders to develop character in subordinates I 15. Develop an Effective Team 158-100-7015 P I I CAL P LDR PS #1. Upon assignment to a leadership position, TSP 158-L-7015 implement a plan to apply effective team building Mar 08 techniques. PS #2. Perform leader actions during the formation stage 2:00hrs of team building. General Team Building Actions a) Implement an effective reception and orientation plan. b) Create learning experiences. c) Communicate expectations. d) Listen to and care for subordinates. e) Reward positive contributions. f) Set example. Team Building for Deployment a) Talk with each Soldier. b) Reassure Soldiers by providing a calm presence. c) Communicate vital safety tips. d) Provide a stable situation.
  • 6. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST e) Establish a buddy system. f) Help Soldiers deal with immediate problems. PS #3. Perform leader actions during the enrichment stage of team building. General Team Building Actions a) Demonstrate and encourage trust. b) Reinforce desired group norms. c) Establish clear lines of authority. d) Establish goals. e) Identify and grow leaders. f) Train as a team for mission. g) Build pride through accomplishment. Team Building for Deployment a) Demonstrate competence. b) Prepare as a unit for operations. c) Know the Soldiers. d) Provide stable unit climate. e) Emphasize safety for improved readiness. PS #4. Perform leader actions during the sustainment stage of team building. General Team Building Actions a) Demonstrate trust. b) Focus on teamwork, training, and maintaining. c) Respond to subordinate problems. d) Devise more challenging training. e) Build pride and spirit. Team Building for Deployment a) Observe and enforce sleep discipline. b) Sustain safety awareness. c) Inform Soldiers. d) Know and deal with Soldiers perceptions. e) Keep Soldiers productively busy. f) Use in-process reviews (IPRs) and after-action reviews (AARs). g) Act decisively in face of panic. PS #5. Assess team effectiveness. PS #6. Develop a revised plan, if necessary, to correct any deficiencies. 16. Communicate Effectively at the Direct Leadership I Level 158-100-4003 P I I CAL P LDR 158-L-4003 Apr 08 PS #1. Receive a task or message to communicate 2:55hrs PS #2. Listen actively a. Listen and watch attentively b. Use verbal and nonverbal means to reinforce with the speaker that you are paying attention
  • 7. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST c. Reflect on new information before expressing views PS #3. Determine information sharing strategies a. Determine necessary information to share b. Determine purpose of information PS #4. Ensure communication is sensitive to cultural factors a. Maintain awareness of communications customs, expressions, actions or behaviors b. Demonstrate respect for others PS #5. Employ engaging communication techniques a. State goals b. Speak enthusiastically c. Use gestures that are appropriate but not distracting PS #6. Present recommendations so others understand advantages a. Use logic and relevant facts in dialogue b. Keep conversation on track c. Express well thought-out and well organized ideas PS #7. Convey thoughts and ideas to ensure shared understanding a. Express thoughts and ideas to an individual or a group b. Use appropriate means for communicating a message c. Communicate clearly and concisely d. Clarify when there is some question 17. Identify Joint Force Structures, Capabilities, and I Operations 158-250-1000 A CGSC I TAC TSP PS #1. Describe national security organization; the roles of #158-250-1000 key players; the nature of U.S. military power, and the Jun 06 sources of Joint education materials 1hrs PS #2. Identify National Military Organization PS #3. Have knowledge of the National Security Organization and understand the chain of Command, role of the Military Departments and the Unified Command PS #4. Discuss the nature of American Military Power, Joint Warfare values, and Information Operations PS #5. Discuss potential sources of Joint Learning and Review 18. Identify Joint Doctrine and Capabilities Pertinent to Operations and Training Missions for Small Unit Leaders and Staff Officers Assigned to a Joint Task I (JTF) 158-250-2000 A CGSC I TAC TSP #158-250-2000 PS #1. Describe the system of Joint Doctrinal Architecture Jun 06 and it's relationship to Army Doctrine
  • 8. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST 2hrs PS #2. Decribe what a joint task force is and it's purpose. PS #3. Describe the Capabilities of the Joint and other Services' Combat and Support Systems found in the Tactical Battlespace. PS #4. Describe the Service (Army) contribution to Joint Warfighting. Describe what the Army brings to the Tactical Battlespace in relation to the other Service. I 19. Train a Platoon 152-020-0030 P I I CAL-CTD P TEC Product #150-F72 Mar 05 PS #1. Define How the Army's Trains FM 7-1 IMI PS #2. Define the Army's Training Environment PS #3. Define the Principles of Training PS #4. Identify the Commander's and Leader's Roles in Training PS #5. Define the Army Training Management Cycle PS #6. Develop a Mission Essential Task List (METL) PS #7. Define the METL Development Process PS #8. Develop Critical Tasks PS #9. Define the Relationship between Mission, METL, and Critical Tasks PS #10. Define the Army Training Management Cycle PS #11. Plan Squad/Individual Level Training PS #12. Define Assessing Task Proficiency PS #13. Define Developing a Training Strategy PS #14. Define Developing a Training Plan I 20. Conduct Troop Leading Procedures 071-326-3049 P I I INF-11th P TAC TSP 071-1081 Ver A Feb 04 PS #1. Produce an Operations Order 3:25hrs PS #2. Define the 8 Steps to Troop Leading Procedures PS #3. Interpret the 5 steps of the Estimate of the Situation PS #4. Utilize the factors of METT-T when using the estimate process 21. Supervise the Processing of Detainees at the Point I of Capture 191-377-4250 A I I MP I TAC TSP 191-3402 SL PS #1. Supervise Detainee Processing at the Point of 2 Sep 05 Capture 9hrs PS #2. Supervise the Escort of Detainees 22. Employ the Composite Risk Management (CRM) I Process as a Tactical Leader 154-385-6263 P I I TRADOC SAFETY I L/Tec/Ta TSP 153-R-2000 Mar 07 PS #1. Describe Composite Risk Management
  • 9. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST 2:40hrs PS #2. Identify Hazards. PS #3. Assess Hazards PS #4 Develop Controls and Make Risk Decisions PS #5. Implement Controls PS #6. Supervise and Evaluate PS #7. Identify Leader Responsibilities for CRM 23. Integrate the Basic Knowledge of Military History TRADOC I Into your Education as Future Officer 155-197-0020 P HISTORIAN I L/Tec/Ta PS #1. Apply knowledge of U.S. Military History to the Education of Officers. PS #2. Conduct a discussion on the role and use of military history in military professional development. TSP under revision, Due Fall Semester 08 PS #3. Conduct a discussion on the fundamentals of battle analysis methodology. 24. Integrate Historical Awareness and Critical Thinking Skills Derived from Military History Methodologies into the Training and Education of Self TRADOC I and Subordinate Leaders 155-297-0010 P HISTORIAN I OFF PS #1. Apply Military Branch History Methodologies during Objective(s) to be modified upon completion of new TSP, Historical Tactical Decision Exercises (HTDEs) Due Fall Semester 08 I TSP 113-A-3051 25. Communicate by a FM Tactical Radio 113-305-1001 P I I SIG I TEC Jun 98 PS #1. Place radio into operation. 3hrs PS #2. Enter Net. PS #3. Transmit a radio message. 26. Conduct Small Unit Combat Operations According 181-431-1001 I to the Law of War Detainee Opns P I I JAG P Tac/L/V&E TSP 181-431-1001 PS #1. List Actions that Prevent Law of War Violations and Aug 07 War Crimes PS #2. Define a Soldiers Responsibilities Toward the Law 3:30hrs of War PS #3. Identify the key elements of the Hague and Geneva Conventions that pertain to Small Unit Combat Operations. PS #4. Identify actions to prevent violation of the law of war. I 27. Employ Military Justice 181-331-1001 P JAG I L/Off/V&E TSP 181-331-1001 PS #1. List actions that employ the administration of Apr 07 military justice at the unit level. PS #2. Identify the key elements of the judicial punishment 4:30hrs process.
  • 10. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST PS #3. Identify the inquiry process. PS #4. Identify search and seizure procedures. PS #5. Identify Soldier's rights under Article 31(b), Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). PS #6. Identify restriction procedures. PS #7. Discuss unlawful command influence. PS #8. Identify your role in the administration of nonjudicial punishment. PS #9. Identify the legal implications of the homosexual policy. PS #10. Identify prohibition against membership and participation in extremist organizations. PS #11. Identify hazing prohibitions. 28. Comply with Department of Defense (DOD) Joint III Ethics Regulatory (JER) Requirements 181-231-1001 P I I JAG P L/Off/V&E TSP 181-231-1001 PS #1. Identify actions in accordance with the DoD JER Apr 07 requirements. 2hrs PS #2. Identify authorized and prohibited gifts. PS#2. Identify acts that constitute conflicts of interest PS#3. Identify prohibited support for and participation with non-federal agencies FIRE SUPPORT 29. Adjust Indirect Fire I PS #1. Locate a target by grid coordinates 061-283-6003 A I FA I TEC/TAC TSP 061-D-6003 Oct 03 PS #2. Formulate a Call for Fire 1:30hrs PS #3. Determine corrections PS #4. Give an end of mission brief INTELLIGENCE ISO3A03L - TRADOC Islamic Apr 06 CULTURAL CENTER ISO3A01L -Arab 30. Maintain Cultural Awareness 2:25hrsI xxx-xxx-xxxx P I I I V/E/Off/PD ISO6A06L ISO3A04L - Iraqi PS #1. Explain the Major Components that Comprise a Apr 06 Naming Apr 2:10hrs Culture 06 ISO3A02L Apr 06 2:10hrs Apr 06 ISO3A05L PS #2. Explain the Major Components that Comprise 1:10hrs 2:45hrs American Culture - Afghan Apr 06 PS #3. Explain the Major Factors that Makeup Islamic, ISO6A07X - STX 2:10hrs Iraqi, and Afghanistan Culture Lanes Apr 06 PS #4. Address COE Cultural Factors that Impact Military 19hrs Operations. 31. Identify Visual Indicators of an Improvised I Explosive Device (IED) (Replaced UXO) 052-192-1271 A I I Joint IED I TAC TSP 052-IED-A01 Nov 07 PS #1. Identify Static Improvised Explosive Devices (IED)
  • 11. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST PS #2. Identify Vehicle Borne Improvised Explosive 5hrs w/1270 Devices (VBIEDs) Suicide VBIEDs (SVBIEDs) PS #3. Identify Person-Borne Improvised explosive Devices (PBIEDs) I 32. Process Captured Materials 301-371-1200 A I I MI I TAC TSP 301-C-1200 May 98 PS #1. Process Captured Enemy Materials (CEM) 3hrs PS #2. Prepare a Spot Report on "Time-Sensitive" CEM PS #3 Tag CEM PS #4. Select Disposition Methods for Various types of CEM I 33. Report Intelligence Information 301-371-1000 P I I MI P TAC TSP 301-C-1000 Aug 97 PS #1. Identify Enemy Activity PS #2. Record Information in a spot Report Using the 3hrs SALUTE Format Warrior Task IMI Jan 07 PS #3. Submit Spot Report through the Chain of Command MOVEMENT AND MANEUVER 34. React to Man to Man Contact (Formerly Perform TSP 071-7171 / B Combatives) I A P INF-197th I PD Oct 05 PS #1. Employ Ground Fighting Techniques. 20hrs PS #2. Establish the fighter stance. PS #3. Establish dominant body positions. PS #4. Escape the mount (trap and roll). PS #5. Pass the Guard and Achieve the Mount PS #6. Conduct Drill # 1. PS #7. Escape the mount (elbow escape). PS #8. Employ the arm push and roll to the rear mount. PS #9. Escape the rear mount. PS # 10. Conduct Drill # 2. PS # 11. Employ the rear naked choke. PS #12. Employ the cross collar choke. PS #13. Employ the bent arm bar. PS #14. Employ the straight arm bar from the mount. PS #15. Employ the straight arm bar from the guard. PS #16. Employ the sweep from the attempted straight arm bar. PS #17. Employ the Scissors sweep from the attempted straight arm bar. PS #18. Employ the front takedown to the mount.
  • 12. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST PS #19. Employ the rear takedown to the mount. PS #20. Employ the guillotine choke. PS #21. Employ Ground Fighting Techniques (bouts). I 35. Maintain an M16-Series Rifle 071-311-2025 P I INF-197th P TEC TSP 071-T-3405 Jan 99 4hrs PS #1. Clear the rifle. Warrior Task IMI Jan 07 PS #2. Disassemble the rifle. PS #3. Clean the Rifle PS #4. Inspect the rifle Serviceability PS #5. Lubricate the Rifle PS #6. Assemble the Rifle PS #7. Perform a function check on the M16A1 or M16A2 rifle to determine correct functioning. PS #8. Disassemble the Magazine PS #9. Clean the Magazine PS # 10. Inspect the Magazine PS # 11. Lubricate the Magazine PS #12. Assemble the Magazine I 36. Engage the Enemy with an M16-Series Rifle 071-311-2007 P P INF-197th TEC Warrior Task IMI Jan 07 PS #1. Load the rifle. Objectives pending modifications: Steps 1 -5 and 10 (Basic Markmanship) PS #2. Unload the rifle. Steps 6 -9 (Advanced Markmanship) PS #3. Correct Malfunctions PS #4. Zero the rifle PS #5. Engage Targets with an M16A1 or M16A2 Rifle PS #6. Engage Targets Using a Night Vision Device PS #7. Engage Targets with an M16A2 rifle While Conducting Assaults in a MOUT Environment PS #8. Detect and engage targets with the M16-Series/M4 weapon utilizing the Quick Fire technique. PS #9. Detect and engage targets with the M16-Series/M4 weapon utilizing Reflexive Fire techniques. PS # 10. Qualify with an M16-Series/M4 Weapon 37. Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another I Point While Dismounted 071-329-1006 P P INF-197th P TEC/TAC TSP 071-T-3404 Mar 98 PS #1. Navigate from one point on the ground to another point while dismounted 8hrs PS #2. Identify topographic symbols on a military map. Warrior Task IMI PS #3. Identify the five major and three minor terrain Jan 07 features on a military map. PS #4. Determine grid coordinates for the point on the map. PS #5. Measure distance on a map.
  • 13. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST PS #6. Determine a grid azimuth using a protractor. PS #7. Convert a magnetic azimuth to a grid azimuth and a grid azimuth to magnetic azimuth. PS #8. Locate an unknown point on a map and on the ground by intersection PS #9. Locate an unknown point on a map and on the ground by resection. PS #10. Compute back azimuths to degrees or mils. PS #11. Determine a magnetic azimuth with a lensatic compass. PS #12. Determine the elevation of a point on the ground using a map. PS #13. Orient a map using a lensatic compass. PS #14. Orient a map to the ground by map-terrain association. PS #15. Determine your location on the ground by terrain association 38. Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another I Point While Mounted 071-329-1030 A I INF-197th P TEC/TAC PS #1. Determine the effects of terrain on the vehicle when no tsp found navigating mounted. PS #2. Know the effects of weather on vehicle movement. PS #3. Know both methods of navigation. PS #4. Learn to combine and use both methods. I 39. Conduct Drill and Ceremonies 071-990-0006 P I I INF-197th P Tec/Tac/Off TSP 071-T-3417 May 98 PS #1. Direct personnel in the execution of individual positions and stationary movements required in drill. PS #2. Direct personnel in the execution of steps used in marching and marching movements of the individual 6hrs soldier. PS #3. Conduct squad drill formations and movements PS #4. Conduct individual drill with weapons PS #5. Conduct platoon drill formations and movements PS #6. Direct drill formations and movements of a platoon during company drill. PS #7. Direct drill formations and movements of a platoon during battalionbrigade drill PS #8. Inspect personnel and equipment. PS #9. Direct formations and movements during ceremonies and reviews. I 40. Implement Total Fitness Program 071-990-0009 P I I USAPFS P Ldr/PD/Off/Tec TSP 071-P-0009 Jan 99 PS #1. Describe Physical Fitness Under Re-write 5:45hrs PS #2. Participate in a Road March PS #3. Negotiate a Confidence Course PS #4. Demonstrate Physical Fitness to Army Standards
  • 14. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST 41. Navigate Using an Precision Lightweight Dagger I Global Positioning System Receiver 071-329-7017 P INF-11th P TEC TSP 071-7301 /A PS #1. Operate the Defense Advanced GPS Receiver Mar 06 (DAGR) 3hrs I 42. Employ Small Unit Operations and Tactics xxx-xxx-xxxx A P INF-11th I TAC/LDR TSP 071-7174 / B PS #1. Understand Small Unit Tactics, Techniques, and Mar 06 Procedures 3:35hrs II 43. Employ Hand Grenades 071-325-4407 P A INF-197th I TAC TSP 071-T-3410 Jan 99 PS #1. Identify Grenades You Have Been Issued by Type, Color, Markings, and Usage 2:30hrs PS #2. Inspect Hand Grenades for Defects. Warrior Task IMI PS #3. Check for, and turn in grenades with, the following Dec 06 deficiencies PS #4. Check for dirt and wipe the grenade clean if it is dirty. PS #5. Attach the Grenade to an Ammunition Pouch PS #6. Attach the grenade to the new style pouch. PS #7. Attach the grenade to the old style pouch. PS #8. Check Grenades Periodically to Ensure the Fuse is Tight and the Carrying Strap is Secure PS #9. Use Grenades Against Designated Targets PS #10. Assume Standing Position PS #11. Assume a Kneeling Position PS #12. Assume a Prone Position PS #13. Position yourself in a covered position that will allow you to throw the grenade effectively, protect you from enemy fire, and from the effects of the detonating grenade. PS #14.Quickly observe the target to determine the distance between the throwing position and target area PS #15. Grip the grenade with the throwing hand PS #16. Remove the safety clip and safety pin PS #17.Quickly look at the target and toss the grenade using an overhand throw so that the grenade arcs, landing on or near the target PS #18. Take Cover Immediately II 44. Employ an M18A1 Claymore 071-325-4425 A INF-197th I TAC TSP 071-T-3409 Jan 99 PS #1. Check items in the M7 bandoleer CG directed change to BOLC III 1:30hrs PS #2. Select a location to install mine
  • 15. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST Warrior Task IMI PS #3. Conduct a circuit test of the firing system at the Dec 06 firing position PS #4. Install the M18A1 Claymore mine PS #5. Arm the mine PS #6. Camouflaged the mine and firing position PS #7. Retest the Circuit PS #8. Fire the Mine from the covered firing position on order, or when the intended target is in the kill zone. PS #9. Recover the M18A1 Claymore Mine 45. Lead a Tactical Convoy (Formerly Lead a Convoy TSP under Re- I Serial/March Unit) write P I CASCOM I TAC/LDR TSP 071-7201 / Vr A Oct 05 PS #1. Conduct Risk Management as per TC 21-305 18hrs PS #2. Conduct Convoy Operations PS #3. PE - Lead a Convoy Serial/March Unit 46. React to A Possible Improvised Explosive Device I (IED) 052-192-1270 A I I Joint IED I Tec/Tac/PD TSP 052-IED-A01 PS #1. React to an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Nov 07 (mounted and dismounted) IED TPSs to be modified by Proponent PSO #2. React to a Suicide Vehicle Borne Improvised 5hrs w/1271 Explosive Device (SVBIED) PS #3. React to a Person Borne Improvised Explosive Device (PBIED) PS #4. Know the 9 Principles of IED Combat PS #5. React to a Possible Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Practical Exercise (PE) 47. React to an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) I Attack 052-192-3261 A I I Joint IED I Tec/Tac/PD TSP 052-IED-A02 PS #1. React to an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Nov 07 Attack while Maintaining Movement IED TPSs to be modified by Proponent PS #2. React to an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) 2hrs Attack while Being Force to Stop PS #3. React to an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Attack while Dismounted 48. Prepare for an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) I Threat Prior to Movement 052-192-3262 A I I Joint IED I Tec/Tac/PD TSP 052-IED-A02 Nov 07 PS #1. Combat Logistical patrols IED TPSs to be modified by Proponent 2:20hrs PS #2. Vehicle Awareness
  • 16. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST PS #3. 3. 5 and 25 meter search PS #4. Reacting to an IED using the "5 C's" PS #5. . Know the 9 Principles of IED Combat I 49. Employ Combat Water Survival Techniques xxx-xxx-xxxx P USAPFS P Tec/Tac/PD PS #1. Perform Level 3 Basic Swimming Skills PS #2. Swim 25 Meters w/BDUs PS #3. Swim 15 Meters w/BDUs, Boots, Rifle and LBE PS #4. Remove Equipment in Water w/ BDUs, Boots, Rifle, LBE PS #5. Walk Blindfolded Off a 3-Meter Platform w/ BDUs, Boots, Rifle, LBE TSP 071-7202/Vr 50. Conduct Convoy OPS STX I xxx-xxx-xxxx P CASCOM I Tec/Tac/L A Oct 05 PS #1. Conduct convoy movement/ Live Fire 22hrs PS #2. Conduct Fire Direction and Control Training Task Title/Objective(s) to be modified upon completion of new TSP I 51. Conduct Squad Maneuver Live Fire Exercise xxx-xxx-xxxx P CASCOM I Tec/Tac/L TSP TBD I 52. Survive a Vehicle Rollover xxx-xxx-xxxx A I CASCOM I Tec/Tac/L TSP 071-2075 /Vr 3 Aug 06 PS #1. Identify Preventive Measures for Vehicle Rollover 1hr PS #2. Identify Actions to take when Rollover is Imminent PS #3. Identify Actions to Take During a Vehicle rollover PS #4. Identify Actions to Take After a Vehicle rollover 53. Recognize Different Aspects of an Effective Traffic I Safety Program 012-CRU-0001 A USACRC I LDR/PD TSP 012-GS-0001 Oct 05 PS #1. Identify Risks associated with safe driving PS #2. List the four main principles of Composite Risk 1hr Management (CRM) PS #3. Discuss the three parts of the ACT (assess the situation, consider options, take action) approach to driving. PS #4. Identify Five Good Driving Habits you can live with PROTECTION I 54. Evaluate a Casualty P AMEDD P TEC/TAC
  • 17. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST TSP 805-B-2017 Jul 07 PS #1. Provide tactical care to the casualty [care under fire] 081-831-1001 PS #2. Provide fire care to the casualty [care when not 5hrs under fire] PS #3. Initiate a Field Medical Card I 55. Manage the Airway P AMEDD P TEC/TAC TSP 805-B-2018 Jul 07 PS #1. Open the Airway 4hrs PS #2. Insert a Nasopharyngeal Airway PS #3. Perform Combat Lifesaving for an Open Chest Wound. 081-831-1026 PS #4. Perform Needle Chest Decompression PS #5. Perform Mouth-to-Mouth Resuscitation PS #6. Clear an Object Stuck in the Throat of a Conscious Casualty 081-831-1003 I 56. Control Bleeding and Treat Burns P AMEDD P TEC/TAC TSP 805-B-2019 PS #1. Put on a Field Dressing, Pressing Dressing, or Jul 07 Emergency Trauma 3hrs PS #2. Put on a Tourniquet PS #3. Apply a Dressing to an Open Head Wound. 081-831-1033 PS #4. Apply a Dressing to an Open Abdominal Wound. 081-831-1025 PS #5. Perform First Aid to Prevent or Control Shock 081-831-1005 PS #6. Treat a Casualty Who Has Been Burned. 081-831-1007 I 57. Evacuate a Casualty [Dismounted and Mounted] P AMEDD P TEC/TAC TSP 805-B-2021 Jul 07 PS #1. Evacuate a Casualty Using the One-man Carry. 081-831-1046 3hrs PS #2. Evacuate a Casualty Using an Improvised Litter. PS #3. Evacuate a Casualty Using a SKED or Talon Litter. PS #4. Evacuate a Casualty from a Vehicle. I 58. Perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) 081-831-1023 P AMEDD P TEC/TAC TSP 805-B-2022 PS #1. Demonstration: Perform Cardiopulmonary Jul 07 Resuscitation (CPR) PS #2. Practical Exercise: Perform Cardio Pulmonary 1:30hrs Resuscitation (CPR) I 59. Administer Nerve Agent Antidote P AMEDD P TEC/TAC ELO #1. Administer Nerve Agent Antidote to Self (Self Aid) TSP 805-B-2023 Jul 07 PS #1. Administer Nerve Agent Antidote to Self or Buddy 081-831-1044
  • 18. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST PS #2. Administer Nerve Agent Antidote to Casualty 1:30hrs (Buddy Aid) I 60. Splint Suspected Fracture P AMEDD P TEC/TAC TSP 805-B-2024 Jul 07 PS #1. Demonstration: Splint a Suspected Fracture 1:20hrs PS #2. Practical Exercise: Splint a Suspected Fracture PS #3. Conference: Splint a Suspected Fracture 61. Apply Field Sanitation and Preventive Medicine I Fieldcraft Measures P AMEDD P TEC/TAC TSP 805-B-2025 PS #1. Apply Field Sanitation and Preventive Medicine Jul 07 Fieldcraft 081-831-1053 2hrs PS #2. Treat a Casualty Suffering from a Heat Injury 081-831-1008 PS #3. Treat a Casualty Suffering from a Cold Injury 081-831-1045 62. Complete Combat Life saver (CLS) Certification I Process P AMEDD P TEC/TAC TSP 805-B-2112 / First Aid 10 Jan 08 PS #1. Perform tactical combat casualty care. CG directed PS #2. Evaluate Casualty Airway PS #3. Open a Casualty's (1). Manage a casualty's airway PS #4. Treat penetrating chest trauma (1) Decompress a tension pneumothorax . PS #5. Control Bleeding PS #6. Initiate a Saline Lock and Intravenous Infusion PS #7. Initiate a Field Medical Card PS #8. Request Medical Evacuation SKED® or improvised PS #9. Evacuate a Casualty using a (MEDEVAC) litter I 63. Identify Battlemind Concepts and Principles xxx-xxx-xxxx A I R AMEDD I LDR/PD
  • 19. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST PS #1. Describe the Battlemind skills and skills and 081-PSB-BBT-1 concepts that will enable the Warrior to adapt to the challenges of a military career including combat and Jun 08 operational deployments, with confidence and courage. PS #2. Describe the desirable Warrior and transition skills 1hr that positive impact PS #3. Discuss at it means to be mentally prepared Warrior I 64. Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline 071-331-0815 P I I INF-197th I TEC/TAC PS #1. Comply with noise discipline. a. Avoid all unnecessary vehicular and foot movement. b. Secure (with tape or other materials) metal parts (for example, weapon slings, canteen cups, identification [ID] tags) to prevent them from making noise during movement. c. Be careful not to restrict moving parts of weapons if doing so would prevent their operation. d. Talk only when necessary to conduct or explain operations. e. Use radios only when necessary, keeping the volume low so only you can hear the radio. PS #2. Comply with light discipline. a. Do not smoke except when concealed from enemy view. Note: Smoking at night should be restricted, as the enemy can see and smell the smoke. b. Conceal flashlights and other light sources so that the light is filtered (for example, under a poncho). c. Cover anything that reflects light (for example, metal surfaces, vehicles, glass). d. Use all available natural concealment. e. Camouflage all vehicles and equipment. PS #3. Comply with litter discipline.
  • 20. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST a. Take all litter (empty food containers, empty ammunition cans or boxes, old camouflage) to established collection points when occupying a position. b. Carry all litter with you until you can dispose of it without leaving any trace when moving. I 65. React to Flares 071-326-0511 P I I INF-197th I TEC/TAC PS #1. Respond to ground flares. a. Move out of the illuminated area. b. Reorient yourself when alone or in a group by standard operating procedure (SOP), or as instructed. c. Continue the mission. PS #2. Respond to an overhead flare with warning (for example, the sound of a rising flare). a. Assume the prone position (behind concealment when available) before the flare bursts. b. Protect your night vision by closing one eye and observing with the other. c. Use your night vision eye to reorient yourself or rejoin your group when the flare burns out. d. Continue the mission. PS #3. Respond to an overhead flare without warning. a. Assume the prone position behind concealment (when available) until the flare burns out. b. Protect your night vision by closing one eye and observing with the other. c. Crouch low until the flare burns out when crossing wire obstacles where the prone position is not possible. d. Use your night vision eye to reorient yourself or rejoin your group when the flare burns out. e. Continue the mission. I 66. Implement Operational Security Measures 301-371-1050 P I I MI I L/Tec/Tac/PD TSP 301-C-1050 Apr 98 PS#1. Define Operational Security (OPSEC). 1hr PS#2. Define Indicators. PS#3. Identify Threat Capabilities. PS#4. Define Operational Security Measures (OPSEC). PS#5. Implement the OPSEC Process.
  • 21. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST 67. Implement Basic Measures to Reduce Your II Vulnerabilities to Terrorist Acts/Attacks ) 191-000-0005 P I I MP I L/Tec/Tac/PD TSP 158-C-0005 PS #1. Implement Basic Measures to Reduce Personal May 98 Vulnerabilities to Terrorist Acts I (OCS/WOCS Only) PS #2. Implement Individual Measures to Overcome .4hrs Routines. PS #3. Implement Personal Identification Protective Measures When Traveling. PS #4. Implement Individual Protective Measures When on Foot. PS #5. Implement Individual Protective Measures While using Vehicular Transportation. PS #6. Implement Individual Protective Measures When Using Commercial Vehicles, Buses, Trains, and Taxis. PS #7. Implement Individual Protective Measures While using Airline Transportation. PS #8. Implement Residential Security Measures PS #9. Implement Hotel Security Measures. PS #10. Identify Personnel and Equipment Vulnerabilities to Terrorist Acts PS #11. Determine Measures to Reduce Vulnerabilities to Terrorists Acts PS #12. Determine Physical Security Measures to Reduce Vulnerabilities to Unit Personnel 68. Comply With the Requirements of the Code of Conduct (Replaced: Act in Accordance w/the TSP SERE0R01 / Provisions of the Code of Conduct #331-919-0146) I 331-202-1049 P I I JFKSWC I L/Tec/Ta Version 1 Oct 06 PS #1. Explain the Code of Conduct 1hr PS #2. Article I PS #3. Article II PS #4. Article III PS #5. Article IV PS #6. Article V PS #7. Article VI 69. Protect Yourself from Chemical and Biological (CB) I Contamination using Your Assigned Protective Mask 031-503-1035 P A CHM I Tec/Tac TSP 071-2039/Vr 4 May 07 PS #1. Don the Mask 3hrs PS #2. Clear the Mask PS #3. Check the Mask PS #4. Resume Breathing
  • 22. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST PS #5. Secure the Mask Hood PS #6. Drink water while wearing the Mask (Only applies to Masks equipped with a Drinking Tube PS #7 Remove Mask for Storage PS #8 Perform All Steps in sequence w/o becoming a casualty 70. Decontaminate Yourself and Individual Equipment I Using Chemical Decontaminating Kits 031-503-1013 P A CHM I Tec/Tac TSP 071-2040/Vr 4 May 07 PS #1. Assume MOPP level 3. PS #2. Decontaminate your skin using the decontaminating 3:35hrs kits PS #3. Decontaminate your individual equipment PS #4. Dispose of hazardous waste I 71. React to Chemical or Biological Hazard/Attack 031-503-1019 P A CHM I Tec/Tac TSP 071-2040/Vr PS #1. Take actions upon contact with a chemical and 4 May 07 biological (C/B) hazard. PS #2. Take actions upon contact with a radiological or 3:35hrs nuclear hazard SUSTAINMENT 72. Communicate the Pre-Commissioned Officer/Warrant Officer Candidate/Cadet Obligations in Support of the Army's Equal Opportunity (EO) Program and Prevention of Sexual Harassment (POSH) Policies and Complaint Process 805C-A-1002 P SSI-AG P L/V/E/Off PS #1. Communicate the future leader's obligations in support of the Army's Equal Opportunity (EO) Program and I Prevention of Sexual Harassment (POSH) Policies TSP 805C-A-1002/ PS #2. Define the Army’s Equal Opportunity Program as it Lv II relates to the Army Values, Warrior Ethos, and Soldier’s May 06 Creed. PS #3. Identify the behaviors and actions that violate and 2:15hrs support the Army’s Equal Opportunity Program. PS #4. Define the Army’s Policy on the Prevention of Sexual Harassment as it relates to Army Values, Warrior Ethos and Soldier’s Creed. PS #5. Recognize Sexual Harassment and appropriate response strategies in real life situations. PS #6. Apply the New Leader’s responsibilities within the Army’s Equal Opportunity (EO) and the Prevention of Sexual Harassment, and Complaint Process. PS #7. Identify differences between Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault
  • 23. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST 73. Implement the New Leader Responsibilities in Support of the Army's Equal Opportunity (EO) Program and Prevention of Sexual Harassment (POSH) Policies and Complaint Process 805C-A-1003 P SSI-AG P L/V/E/Off PS #1. Implement the New Leader Responsibilities in Support of the Army's Equal Opportunity (EO) Program and Prevention of Sexual Harassment (POSH) Policies I and Complaint Process TSP 805C-A-1003/ Lv III PS #2. Define the Army’s Equal Opportunity Program as it May relates to the Army Values, Warrior Ethos, and Soldier’s 06 Creed. PS #3. Identify the behaviors and actions that violate and 1:45hrs support the Army’s Equal Opportunity Program. PS #4. Define the Army’s Policy on the Prevention of Sexual Harassment as it relates to Army Values, Warrior Ethos and Soldier’s Creed. PS #5. Prepare appropriate response strategies to Prevention of Sexual Harassment in real life situations. PS #6. Apply the New Leader’s responsibilities within the Army’s Equal Opportunity (EO) and the Prevention of Sexual Harassment, and Complaint Process. PS #7. Identify differences between Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault 74. Communicate the Army’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program (SAPR) 805C-010-0102 P SSI-AG P L/V/E/Off I PS #1. Define the Army’s Sexual Assault Policy. TSP 805C-A-0102 19 Dec 05 PS #2. Determine Army Values 2:15hrs PS #3. Determine Definitions of Sexual Assault Terms. PS #4. Identify types of Sexual Assault. PS #5. Identify rights of the victim and alleged perpetrator. PS #6. Identify Soldier’s responsibilities within the Army’s SAPR Program. PS #7. Identify procedures for timely reporting of sexual assault PS #8. Identify resources for victims of sexual assault. 75. Implement the Army's Sexual Assault Prevention Program (SAPR) 805C-010-0104 P SSI-AG P L/V/E/Off I PS #1. Define the Army’s Sexual Assault Policy. TSP 805C-A-0104 19 Dec 05 PS #2. Determine Definitions of Sexual Assault Terms. PS #3. Identify Sexual Assault Trends in the Army 2:15hrs Environment.
  • 24. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST PS #4. Identify Chain of Command responsibilities within the Army’s SAPR Program. PS #5. Identify types of Sexual Assault PS #6. Identify rights of the victim and alleged perpetrator. PS #7. Identify Soldier’s Responsibilities within the Army’s SAPR Program. PS #8. Identify procedures for timely reporting of sexual assault PS #9. Identify resources for victims of sexual assault. 76. Supervise the Implementation of Financial Readiness Actions 805A-FSC-1496 A SSI-FIN I LDR/PD PS #1. Identify Various Steps for Planning Individual and II Family Finances. TSP 805C-A-1496 PS #2. Identify the Different Support Agencies Provided by Nov 02 the Army and Civilian Sector PS #3. Identify the Different Sections if the Leave and AER Financial Mgt 4:25hrs Earnings Statement and Net Pay Advice for Accuracy. objectives TBD PS #4. Identify the Different Types of Military Pay Entitlements and Allowances. PS #5. Identify Procedures to Resolve Pay Inquires 77. Recommend Administrative and Personnel Actions 805C-010-8015 A SSI- AG I LDR/PD PS #1. Identify Military Occupational Specialty, Career II Management Fields, and elements of career planning TSP CZAISS05 / Vr 1 PS #2. Identify elements of the enlisted promotion system Jan 99 that impact enlisted soldier advancements and promotions PS #3. Identify Elements Of Military Awards That Impact 5:45hrs Upon Soldiers PS #4. Identify Elements Of Military Awards That Impact Upon Soldiers. PS #5. Identify elements of the Noncommissioned Officer Evaluation Reporting System (NCOERS) That Impact NCOs PS #6. Identify elements of the Officer Evaluation Reporting System (OERS) that impact upon junior officers. 78. Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services 091-357-0002 A I P CASCOM I LDR/TEC PS #1. Discuss the components of a command I maintenance program TSP 091-O-0002 Feb 02 PS #2. Discuss PMCS responsibilities of key unit personnel 2:20hrs PS #3. Review DA Form 5988-E/ DA Form 2404. PS #4. State the PMCS workflow
  • 25. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST PS #5. Review the nonmission capable (NMC) report 79. Supervise Supply Activities in a Unit 101-92Y-0002 A I P CASCOM I LDR/TEC PS #1. Describe the Key Components of the Army Supply II System TSP 101-Y-0002 Jul 98 PS #2. Identify Area of Responsibility and Accountability PS #3. Identify the different types of property accounting for financial purposes, the differences between accountability and responsibility, and the types of 3:35hrs accountable officers. PS #4. Verify Supply Activity Operations are in accordance with the Governing Regulations PS #5. Ensure that all unit property is accounted for in accordance with government regulations. PS #6. Ensure unit property is inventoried in accordance with the governing regulations. Review the Unit Supply Update for information governing inventories. PS #7. Ensure the Command Supply Discipline Program has been implemented in accordance with the governing regulations. Review the Unit Supply Update governing the Command Supply Discipline Program. PS #8. Determine if lost or destroyed government property is being accounted for in accordance with the governing regulations. PS #10. Implement procedures that will provide for the proper stewardship of supply resources. 80. Provide case management for Warriors in II Transition xxx-xx-xxxx A AMEDD I LDR PS #1. Implement the principles of the Army Medical Action Plan into the decision-making process in TSP WTU10001 accordance with Department of the Army Warriors in Jan 08 Transition (WT) - Consolidated Guidance CG directed change to BOLC III 1hr *** PS - Performance Steps Total Tasks: 80 Tasks deleted at last CoC: April 08 1. Participate in a Media Interview 2. Perform Self Extraction from Mined Area 3. Implement Measures to Reduce Combat Stress 4. Enforce Detection Preventives Measures
  • 26. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST 5. Maintain Your Assigned Protective Mask 6. Protect Yourself from NBC Injury/Contamination with the Appropriate Mission-Oriented Protective Posture (MOPP) Gear 7. Detect Chemical Agents Using M8 or M9 Detector Paper 8. Implement Suicide Prevention Measures 9. Identify the Legal Implications of the Homosexual Conduct Policy New Tasks added at last CoC: April 08 1. Conduct Squad Manueuer Live Fire Exercise 2. Identify Battlemind Concepts and Principles 3. Complete CLS Certification Process 4. Provide case management for Warriors in Transition TasksCombined/ Integrated at last CoC Apr 08 Develop Subordinates: Replaces #10. Motivate Subordinates to Improve Performance Removed from list #11. Motivate Subordinates to Accomplish Unit Mission #12. Develop Subordinate Leaders in a Platoon Development an Effective Team: Replaces #18. Apply Team Development Techniques to Enhance Unit Performance Removed from list #19. Develop a Cohesive Platoon Sized Organization Notes: Battle Drills incorporated as sub asks under Small Unit Tactics & Operations BOLC Task Training Prioritization Designations TIER I - Critical task- must train TIER II - Important task-train TIER III- Not as important but train if time is available
  • 27. BOLC COMMON CORE APPROVAL DATE: CRITICAL TASK LIST Explanation of Common Military Training Codes Used ( IAW TR 350-70): P- Program Training. Training of a critical task or supporting skills and knowledge. It includes all of the academic instruction that is in the course (reflected in the POI) and applies to resident and non-resident instruction. It includes common or shared task TSPs forwarded to non- proponent schools for inclusion in a formal course of instruction as a stand-alone lesson with a separate lesson number POI file number. Conducted in resident or non- resident training. Trained to standard. Essential as it serves as the foundation for other training in the course. A qualification training requirement. Evaluated during instruction. Note: For common or shared task TSPs, it evaluates task performance during instruction under conditions prescribed in the TSPs. May require specific equipment. I - Integrated Training. Training of a critical task or supporting skills and knowledge. It is integrated into existing course academic instruction (reflected in the POI) and applies to resident and non-resident instruction. It includes common or shared task TSPs forwarded to non- proponent schools for integration into an existing lesson. The task MAY be one in which the performer has received prior training, i.e., it is best used to sustain/refine previously acquired skills. Evaluates task performance during instruction under conditions prescribed in common or shared task TSPs. A- Awareness Training. Training used to disseminate information that provides an individual with the basic knowledge/understanding of a policy, program, or system, not a critical task or supporting skill or knowledge. The proponent school identifies the most efficient and economical media to disseminate the awareness training and disseminates as part of a TSP with supporting administrative information. May not be related to course- specific training objectives and takes place outside of POI academic time (although the training material may be passed out during POI time). Can be disseminated as handouts, supplemental reading, orientations, etc. Is not formally evaluated. An example is the annual security briefing R- Refresher Training. Used to reinforce previous training and/or sustain/regain previously acquired skills and knowledge. It is related to course-specific training objectives. Usually takes place in the unit to sustain or retrain a previously required proficiency level; may be trained to prepare an individual for institutional training, i.e., meet prerequisite training requirements. May take place in a course during/outside of POI time. Performed under prescribed conditions and must meet prescribed performance standards.
  • 28. USMA Course # Order # Task Task Number BOLC I BOLC II BOLC III Remarks Proponent COMMAND AND CONTROL PL300, MS, Apply the Essential Elements of Army Leadership 158-100-1110 PL 1 P I I BTD Doctrine to a Given Situation Detainee Opns 158-100-1134 2 Resolve an Ethical Problem P I I Detainee Opns Apply Leadership Fundamentals to Create a Climate that 158-100-1135 SCPME 3 P I I Fosters Ethical Behavior Detainee Opns BTD 4 Take Charge of a Platoon 158-100-1282 P I I Identify Duties, Responsibilities, and Authority of BTD 5 Officers, Warrant Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers 158-100-1183 P and DA Civilians PL PL300 6 Counsel Subordinates 158-100-1260 P I MS200, Apply Ethical Decision Making Process at Small Unit MS 7 158-100-1230 P I I SCPME MS300 Level BTD 8 Apply Customs, Courtesies and Traditions of the Service 158-100-1181 P I I PL PL300 9 Develop Subordinates 158-100-7012 P I I EN EN302 10 Write to Inform or Direct 158-300-0040 P I I BTD 11 Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct 158-300-0030 P I I MS100, Apply the Army's Operational Doctrine to Mission MS MS200, 12 158-200-2000 P Planning MS300 Apply Characteristics and Components of a Profession PL 13 158-100-1111 P I I to Military Service as An Officer Correlate a Leaders’ Role in Character evelopment with 14 PL / SCPME Values and Professional Obligations 158-100-3012 P I I 15 Develop an Effective Team 158-100-7015 P I I BTD BTD 16 Communicate Effectively at the Direct Leadership level 158-100-4003 P I I Identify Joint Force Structures, Capabilities, and MS 17 Operations A HI 158-250-1000 Identify Joint Doctrine and Capabilities Pertinent to 18 A Operations and Training Missions for Small Unit Leaders and Staff Officers Assigned to a Joint Task (JTF) 158-250-2000 MS 19 Train a Platoon (Training Module #150-F72) 152-020-0030 P I I MS MS100 20 Conduct Troop Leading Procedures 071-326-3049 P I I Supervise the Processing of Detainees at the Point of CFT ITP 21 191-377-4250 A I I Capture Employ the Composite Risk Management (CRM) Process MS 22 154-385-6263 P I I as a Tactical Leader Integrate the Basic Knowledge of Military History Into HI HI301/302 23 155-197-0020 P your Education as Future Officer Integrate Historical Awareness and Critical Thinking Skills Derived from Military History Methodologies into BTD 24 the Training and Education of Self and Subordinate Leaders 155-297-0010 I P CBT LTP 25 Communicate by a Tactical Radio 113-305-1001 P I I Conduct Small Unit Combat Operations According to the 181-431-1001 MS 26 P I I LW Law of War Detainee Opns LW LW403 27 Employ Military Justice 181-331-1001 P Comply with Department of Defense (DOD) Joint Ethics SCPME 28 181-231-1001 P I I Regulatory (JER) Requirements FIRE SUPPORT FA CFT 33 Adjust Indirect Fire 061-283-6003 A I Committee INTELLIGENCE DFL 30 Maintain Cultural Awareness XXX-XXX-XXXX P I I Mounted Identify Visual Indicators of an Improvised Explosive CFT 31 052-192-1271 I I Patrolling Device (IED) (Replaced UXO) CFT ITP 32 Process Captured Materials 301-371-1200 P I I CFT ITP 33 Report Intelligence Information 301-371-1000 P I I
  • 29. USMA Course # Order # Task Task Number BOLC I BOLC II BOLC III Remarks Proponent MOVEMENT AND MANEUVER React to Man to Man Contact (Formerly Perform DPE PE 212 34 TSP 071-7171 / B A P Combatives) CBT / CFT BRM 35 Maintain an M16-Series Rifle 071-311-2025 P I CBT / CFT BRM 36 Engage the Enemy with an M16-Series Rifle 071-311-2007 P P Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point CBT / CFT Land Nav 37 071-329-1006 P P While Dismounted Mounted Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another Point CFT 38 071-329-1030 A I Patrolling While Mounted BTD 39 Conduct Drill and Ceremonies 071-990-0006 P I I DPE PE 211/311 40 Implement Total Fitness Program 071-990-0009 P I I Navigate Using an AN/PSN-13 Precision Lightweight 41 Global Positioning System Receiver 071-329-7017 P CFT ITP 42 Employ Small Unit Operations and Tactics TSP 071-7174 / B A P CBT HG Lane 43 Employ Hand Grenades 071-325-4407 P A Weapons CFT 44 Employ an M18A1 Claymore 071-325-4425 P A Committee Convoy CFT Reaction 45 Lead a Tactical Convoy (Formerly Lead a Convoy Serial/ Lane March Unit) Under Development P I Mounted CFT 46 React to a Possible Improvised Explosive Device (IED) 052-192-1270 A I Patrolling Mounted CFT 47 Patrolling React to an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Attack 052-192-3261 A I I Mounted Prepare for an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Threat CFT 48 Patrolling Prior to Movement 052-192-3262 A I I DPE PE 110-114 49 Employ Combat Water Survival Techniques XXX-XXX-XXXX P 50 Conduct Convoy OPS STX XXX-XXX-XXXX P 51 Conduct Squad Maneuver Live Fire Exercise xxx-xxx-xxxx P Mounted TSP 071-2075 / Ver CFT 52 Survive a Vehicle Rollover P I Patrolling 3 Recognize Different Aspects of an effective Traffic TSP NO: 012- 53 A Safety Program GS-001 PROTECTION CBT SFR 54 Evaluate a Casualty for Life-Threatening Conditions TSP 805-B-2017 P CBT SFR 55 Manage the Airway TSP 805-B-2018 P CBT SFR 56 Control Bleeding and Treat Burns TSP 805-B-2019 P CBT SFR 57 TSP 805-B-2021 P I I Evacuate a Causualty [Dismounted and Mounted] CBT SFR 58 Perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) TSP 805-B-2022 P CBT CBRNE Site 59 Administer Nerve Agent Antidote TSP 805-B-2023 P CBT SFR 60 Splint Suspected Fracture TSP 805-B-2024 P Apply Field Sanitation and Preventive Medicine CBT SFR 61 TSP 805-B-2025 P I I Fieldcraft Measures 62 Complete Combat Life saver (CLS) Certification Process P 63 Identify Battlemind Concepts and Principles xxx-xxx-xxxx A I R 64 Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline 071-331-0815 P I I 65 React to Flares 071-326-0511 P I I BTD 66 Implement Operational Security Measures 301-371-1050 P I I Implement Basic Measures to Reduce Your BTD 67 191-000-0005 P R I Vulnerabilities to Terrorist Acts/Attacks MS 68 Comply With the Requirements of the Code of Conduct 331-202-1049 P I I LW / SCPME Protect Yourself from Chem/Bio Contamination with CBT CBRNE Site 69 031-503-1035 P Protective Mask Decontaminate Yourself and Individual Equipment CBT CBRNE Site 70 Using Chemical Decontaminating Kits 031-503-1013 P A CBT CBRNE Site 71 React to Chemical or Biological Hazard/Attack 031-503-1019 P A
  • 30. USMA Course # Order # Task Task Number BOLC I BOLC II BOLC III Remarks Proponent SUSTAINMENT Communicate the Pre-Commissioned Officer/Warrant Officer Candidate/Cadet Obligations in Support of the SCPME 72 Army's Equal Opportunity (EO) Program and Prevention 805C-A-1002 P of Sexual Harassment (POSH) Policies and Complaint Process Implement the New Leader Responsibilities in Support of the Army's Equal Opportunity (EO) Program and BTD Prevention of Sexual Harassment (POSH) Policies and 73 Complaint Process 805C-A-1003 P Communicate the Army’s Sexual Assault Prevention and SCPME 74 805C-010-0102 P Response Program (SAPR) Implement the Army's Sexual Assault Prevention BTD 75 Program (SAPR) 805C-010-0104 P Supervise the Implementation of Financial readiness BTD 76 805A-FSC-1496 A Actions 805C-010-8015 or MS 77 Recommend Administrative and Personnel Actions A 121-010-0815 Supervise Preventative Maintenance Checks and MS 78 091-357-0002 A I P Services MS 79 Supervise Supply Activities in a Unit 101-92Y-0002 P I I 80 Provide Case management for Warriors in Transition xxx-xx-xxxx A 80 TOTAL TASKS 67 TOTAL PROGRAMMED TRAINING Proponents 11 TOTAL AWARENESS TRAINING MS 2 TOTAL INTEGRATED TRAINING CST HI LW PL EN DPE BTD SCPME Notes: SS * Order # 18 Maintain Cultural Awareness only TLO #1 and TLO #2 are Programmed Training for BOLC I DFL Battle Drills incorporated as subtasks under Small Unit Tactics & Operations Explanation of Common Military Training Codes Used ( IAW AR 350-1): P- Program Training. Is listed in POI with prescribed number of hours, specific learning objectives and concludes with an evaluation of proficiency or knowledge I - Integrated Training. Conducted with other training. These subjects do not usually appear on the training schedule as separate entities A- Awareness Training. Can be accomplished with briefings, orientations, handouts, posters by the chain of command to increase knowledge or awareness in subject R- Refresher Training. Reinforces or reviews important skills; frequency is left to the commander's discretion
  • 31. TIER Task Task Number BOLC I BOLC II BOLC III COMMAND AND CONTROL 1. Apply the Essential Elements of Army Leadership 158-100-1110 I Doctrine to a Given Situation Detainee Opns P I I 158-100-3006 I 2. Resolve an Ethical Problem Detainee Opns P I I 3. Apply Leadership Fundamentals to Create a Climate 158-100-1135 I that Fosters Ethical Behavior Detainee Opns P I I I 4. Take Charge of a Platoon 158-100-1282 P I I 5. Identify Duties, Responsibilities, and Authority of Officers, Warrant Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers I and DA Civilians 158-100-1183 P I 6. Counsel a Subordinate 158-100-7003 P I I 7. Apply Ethical Decision Making Process at Small Unit I Level 158-100-1230 P I I 8. Apply Customs, Courtesies and Traditions of the I Service 158-100-1181 P I I I 9. Develop Subordinates 158-100-7012 P I I II 10. Write to Inform or Direct 158-300-0040 P I I I 11. Brief to Inform, Persuade, or Direct 158-300-0030 P I I 12. Apply the Army's Operational Doctrine to Mission I Planning 158-200-2000 P I I 13. Apply Characteristics and Components of a I Profession to Military Service as An Officer 158-100-1111 P I I 14. Correlate a Leaders’ Role in Character Development with Values and Professional Obligations I 158-100-3012 P I I I 15. Develop an Effective Team 158-100-7015 P I I 16. Communicate Effectively at the Direct Leadership I Level 158-100-4003 P I I 17. Identify Joint Force Structures, Capabilities, and I Operations 158-250-1000 A 18. Identify Joint Doctrine and Capabilities Pertinent to Operations and Training Missions for Small Unit Leaders and Staff Officers Assigned to a Joint Task I (JTF) 158-250-2000 A
  • 32. I 19. Train a Platoon 152-020-0030 P I I I 20. Conduct Troop Leading Procedures 071-326-3049 P I I 21. Supervise the Processing of Detainees at the Point I of Capture 191-377-4250 A I I 22. Employ the Composite Risk Management (CRM) I Process as a Tactical Leader 154-385-6263 P I I 23. Integrate the Basic Knowledge of Military History I Into your Education as Future Officer 155-197-0020 P 24. Integrate Historical Awareness and Critical Thinking Skills Derived from Military History Methodologies into the Training and Education of Self I and Subordinate Leaders 155-297-0010 P I 25. Communicate by a FM Tactical Radio 113-305-1001 P I I 26. Conduct Small Unit Combat Operations According 181-431-1001 I to the Law of War Detainee Opns P I I I 27. Employ Military Justice 181-331-1001 P 28. Comply with Department of Defense (DOD) Joint III Ethics Regulatory (JER) Requirements 181-231-1001 P I I FIRE SUPPORT 29. Adjust Indirect Fire INTELLIGENCE I 30. Maintain Cultural Awareness xxx-xxx-xxxx P I I 31. Identify Visual Indicators of an Improvised I Explosive Device (IED) (Replaced UXO) 052-192-1271 A I I I 32. Process Captured Materials 301-371-1200 A I I I 33. Report Intelligence Information 301-371-1000 P I I MOVEMENT AND MANEUVER 34. React to Man to Man Contact (Formerly Perform I Combatives) A P I 35. Maintain an M16-Series Rifle 071-311-2025 P I I 36. Engage the Enemy with an M16-Series Rifle 071-311-2007 P P 37. Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another I Point While Dismounted 071-329-1006 P P
  • 33. 38. Navigate from One Point on the Ground to Another I Point While Mounted 071-329-1030 A I I 39. Conduct Drill and Ceremonies 071-990-0006 P I I I 40. Implement Total Fitness Program 071-990-0009 P I I 41. Navigate Using an Precision Lightweight Dagger I Global Positioning System Receiver 071-329-7017 P I 42. Employ Small Unit Operations and Tactics xxx-xxx-xxxx A P II 43. Employ Hand Grenades 071-325-4407 P A II 44. Employ an M18A1 Claymore 071-325-4425 A 45. Lead a Tactical Convoy (Formerly Lead a Convoy TSP under Re- I Serial/March Unit) write P I 46. React to A Possible Improvised Explosive Device I (IED) 052-192-1270 A I I 47. React to an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) I Attack 052-192-3261 A I I 48. Prepare for an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) I Threat Prior to Movement 052-192-3262 A I I I 49. Employ Combat Water Survival Techniques xxx-xxx-xxxx P I 50. Conduct Convoy OPS STX xxx-xxx-xxxx P I 51. Conduct Squad Maneuver Live Fire Exercise xxx-xxx-xxxx P TSP TBD I 52. Survive a Vehicle Rollover xxx-xxx-xxxx A I 53. Recognize Different Aspects of an Effective Traffic I Safety Program 012-CRU-0001 A PROTECTION I 54. Evaluate a Casualty P I 55. Manage the Airway P I 56. Control Bleeding and Treat Burns P I 57. Evacuate a Casualty [Dismounted and Mounted] P
  • 34. I 58. Perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) 081-831-1023 P I 59. Administer Nerve Agent Antidote P I 60. Splint Suspected Fracture P 61. Apply Field Sanitation and Preventive Medicine I Fieldcraft Measures P 62. Complete Combat Life saver (CLS) Certification I Process P I 63. Identify Battlemind Concepts and Principles xxx-xxx-xxxx A I R I 64. Practice Noise, Light, and Litter Discipline 071-331-0815 P I I I 65. React to Flares 071-326-0511 P I I I 66. Implement Operational Security Measures 301-371-1050 P I I TSP 301-C-1050 Apr 98 PS#1. Define Operational Security (OPSEC). 1hr PS#2. Define Indicators. PS#3. Identify Threat Capabilities. PS#4. Define Operational Security Measures (OPSEC). PS#5. Implement the OPSEC Process. 67. Implement Basic Measures to Reduce Your II Vulnerabilities to Terrorist Acts/Attacks ) 191-000-0005 P I I 68. Comply With the Requirements of the Code of Conduct (Replaced: Act in Accordance w/the I Provisions of the Code of Conduct #331-919-0146) 331-202-1049 P I I 69. Protect Yourself from Chemical and Biological (CB) I Contamination using Your Assigned Protective Mask 031-503-1035 P A 70. Decontaminate Yourself and Individual Equipment I Using Chemical Decontaminating Kits 031-503-1013 P A I 71. React to Chemical or Biological Hazard/Attack 031-503-1019 P A
  • 35. SUSTAINMENT 72. Communicate the Pre-Commissioned Officer/Warrant Officer Candidate/Cadet Obligations in Support of the Army's Equal Opportunity (EO) Program and Prevention of Sexual Harassment (POSH) Policies and Complaint Process 805C-A-1002 P 73. Implement the New Leader Responsibilities in Support of the Army's Equal Opportunity (EO) Program and Prevention of Sexual Harassment (POSH) Policies and Complaint Process 805C-A-1003 P 74. Communicate the Army’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program (SAPR) 805C-010-0102 P 75. Implement the Army's Sexual Assault Prevention Program (SAPR) 805C-010-0104 P 76. Supervise the Implementation of Financial Readiness Actions 805A-FSC-1496 A 77. Recommend Administrative and Personnel Actions 805C-010-8015 A 78. Supervise Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services 091-357-0002 A I P 79. Supervise Supply Activities in a Unit 101-92Y-0002 A I P 80. Provide case management for Warriors in II Transition xxx-xx-xxxx A Total Tasks: 80 Tasks deleted at last CoC: April 08 1. Participate in a Media Interview 2. Perform Self Extraction from Mined Area 3. Implement Measures to Reduce Combat Stress 4. Enforce Detection Preventives Measures 5. Maintain Your Assigned Protective Mask 6. Protect Yourself from NBC Injury/Contamination with the Appropriate Mission-Oriented Protective Posture (MOPP) Gear 7. Detect Chemical Agents Using M8 or M9 Detector Paper 8. Implement Suicide Prevention Measures 9. Identify the Legal Implications of the Homosexual Conduct Policy New Tasks added at last CoC: April 08 1. Conduct Squad Manueuer Live Fire Exercise 2. Identify Battlemind Concepts and Principles
  • 36. 3. Complete CLS Certification Process 4. Provide case management for Warriors in Transition TasksCombined/ Integrated at last CoC Apr 08 Develop Subordinates: Replaces #10. Motivate Subordinates to Improve Performance Removed from list #11. Motivate Subordinates to Accomplish Unit Mission #12. Develop Subordinate Leaders in a Platoon Development an Effective Team: Replaces #18. Apply Team Development Techniques to Enhance Unit Performance Removed from list #19. Develop a Cohesive Platoon Sized Organization Notes: Battle Drills incorporated as sub asks under Small Unit Tactics & Operations BOLC Task Training Prioritization Designations TIER I - Critical task- must train TIER II - Important task-train TIER III- Not as important but train if time is available Explanation of Common Military Training Codes Used ( IAW TR 350-70): P- Program Training. Training of a critical task or supporting skills and knowledge. It includes all of the academic instruction that is in the course (reflected in the POI) and applies to resident and non-resident instruction. It includes common or shared task TSPs forwarded to non- proponent schools for inclusion in a formal course of instruction as a stand-alone lesson with a separate lesson number POI file number. Conducted in resident or non- resident training. Trained to standard. Essential as it serves as the foundation for other training in the course. A qualification training requirement. Evaluated during instruction. Note: For common or shared task TSPs, it evaluates task performance during instruction under conditions prescribed in the TSPs. May require specific equipment. I - Integrated Training. Training of a critical task or supporting skills and knowledge. It is integrated into existing course academic instruction (reflected in the POI) and applies to resident and non-resident instruction. It includes common or shared task TSPs forwarded to non- proponent schools for integration into an existing lesson. The task MAY be one in which the performer has received prior training, i.e., it is best used to sustain/refine previously acquired skills. Evaluates task performance during instruction under conditions prescribed in common or shared task TSPs.
  • 37. A- Awareness Training. Training used to disseminate information that provides an individual with the basic knowledge/understanding of a policy, program, or system, not a critical task or supporting skill or knowledge. The proponent school identifies the most efficient and economical media to disseminate the awareness training and disseminates as part of a TSP with supporting administrative information. May not be related to course- specific training objectives and takes place outside of POI academic time (although the training material may be passed out during POI time). Can be disseminated as handouts, supplemental reading, orientations, etc. Is not formally evaluated. An example is the annual security briefing R- Refresher Training. Used to reinforce previous training and/or sustain/regain previously acquired skills and knowledge. It is related to course-specific training objectives. Usually takes place in the unit to sustain or retrain a previously required proficiency level; may be trained to prepare an individual for institutional training, i.e., meet prerequisite training requirements. May take place in a course during/outside of POI time. Performed under prescribed conditions and must meet prescribed performance standards.
  • 38. PROPONENT PERFORMANCE LEVELS OUTCOMES CAL P V/E CAL P V/E CAL P LDR CAL P LDR CAL P OFF CAL P LDR/PD CAL P V/E CAL P OFF CAL P LDR/PD CAL I LDR CAL P OFF CGSC I Tec/Tac/ Off CAL P OFF CAL P V/E CAL P LDR CAL P LDR CGSC I TAC CGSC I TAC
  • 39. CAL-CTD P TEC INF-11th P TAC MP I TAC TRADOC SAFETY I L/Tec/Ta TRADOC HISTORIAN I L/Tec/Ta TRADOC HISTORIAN I OFF SIG I TEC JAG P Tac/L/V&E JAG I L/Off/V&E JAG P L/Off/V&E TRADOC CULTURAL CENTER I V/E/Off/PD Joint IED I TAC MI I TAC MI P TAC INF-197th I PD INF-197th P TEC INF-197th TEC INF-197th P TEC/TAC
  • 40. INF-197th P TEC/TAC INF-197th P Tec/Tac/Off USAPFS P Ldr/PD/Off/Tec INF-11th P TEC INF-11th I TAC/LDR INF-197th I TAC INF-197th I TAC CASCOM I TAC/LDR Joint IED I Tec/Tac/PD Joint IED I Tec/Tac/PD Joint IED I Tec/Tac/PD USAPFS P Tec/Tac/PD CASCOM I Tec/Tac/L CASCOM I Tec/Tac/L CASCOM I Tec/Tac/L USACRC I LDR/PD AMEDD P TEC/TAC AMEDD P TEC/TAC AMEDD P TEC/TAC AMEDD P TEC/TAC
  • 41. AMEDD P TEC/TAC AMEDD P TEC/TAC AMEDD P TEC/TAC AMEDD P TEC/TAC AMEDD P TEC/TAC AMEDD I LDR/PD INF-197th I TEC/TAC INF-197th I TEC/TAC MI I L/Tec/Tac/PD MP I L/Tec/Tac/PD JFKSWC I L/Tec/Ta CHM I Tec/Tac CHM I Tec/Tac CHM I Tec/Tac
  • 42. SSI-AG P L/V/E/Off SSI-AG P L/V/E/Off SSI-AG P L/V/E/Off SSI-AG P L/V/E/Off SSI-FIN I LDR/PD SSI- AG I LDR/PD CASCOM I LDR/TEC CASCOM I LDR/TEC AMEDD I LDR