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080204 Army Speak

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  • This FORM shows how the ideal Force Operational Readiness Mechanism would provide harmony by only having units deployed on Ops every 2 yrs however this is not working at present due to the two medium scale enduring Ops we are currently undertaking.
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    • 1. Army Speak JBTS-R1
    • 2. Army Tri-Service Speak JBTS-R1
    • 3. Introduction • Introduction • Ranks • Organisations • Equipments • Training • Acronyms • Slang.
    • 4. Introduction Ranks: • "Why is a Major senior to a Lieutenant, yet a Lieutenant General is senior to a Major General?" Organisations: • How can a UK Division be larger than a Turkish Corps? Equipment: • What's a GMG and why does the Army fly planes? Acronyms: • "Poor Jimmy got RPs for an ND on the GMPG during the APWT on the ETR…"
    • 5. Ranks Royal Navy Army and Royal Marines Royal Air Force Admiral **** General **** Air Chief Marshal **** Vice Admiral *** Lieutenant General *** Air Marshall *** Rear Admiral ** Major General ** Air Vice Marshal ** Commodore * Brigadier * Air Commodore * Captain Colonel Group Captain Commander Lieutenant Colonel Wing Commander Lieutenant Commander Major Squadron Leader Lieutenant Captain Flight Lieutenant Sub Lieutenant Lieutenant Flying Officer Midshipman 2nd Lieutenant Pilot Officer Warrant Officer Warrant Officer 1st Class Warrant Officer Warrant Officer 2nd Class Flight Sergeant Chief Petty Officer Staff Sergeant Chief Technician Petty Officer Sergeant Sergeant Leading Rate Corporal Corporal Lance Corporal Able Rate Private Leading Aircraftsman, Senior Aircraftsman, Junior Technician
    • 6. Ranks - Alternatives Infantry: • Colour Sergeant = Staff Sergeant. HAC and Foot Guards: • Lance Corporals wear two chevrons (and QDG). • Corporals = Lance Sergeants (with 3 chevrons). Household Cavalry: • Second-Lieutenant = Cornet. • Staff Corporal = Staff Sergeant. • Corporal of Horse = Sergeant. • Lance Corporal of Horse = Corporal or Lance Sergeant. • Lance Corporal (2 Chevrons with a Crown above). RLC: • Conductor = Specially Selected Warrant Officer Class 1
    • 7. Organisations Royal Navy: • Ships. • Task Groups. • Establishments (E.g.: HMS Collingwood). Royal Air Force: • Squadrons. • Task Groups. • Establishments (E.g.: RAF Brize Norton).
    • 8. Organisations Army: • Corps • Division • Brigade • Regiment • Battle Group or Regimental Combat Team • Battalion • Company, Battery or Squadron • Platoon or Troop • Section • Squad, Det, Fireteam, Blob, Half-Section, Group…
    • 9. Organisations • Force Integration • Combined, Joint and Multi-National. • DEC and Land. • Sponsor and User not Customer 1 and Customer 2 • CTEs and CTEs • Collective Training Environments or Establishments.
    • 10. Navy Equipment • Aircraft Carrier
    • 11. Navy Equipment • Frigate
    • 12. Navy Equipment • Destroyer
    • 13. Navy Equipment • Assault Ship
    • 14. Navy Equipment • Merlin
    • 15. Navy Equipment • Tomahawk
    • 16. Navy Equipment • Harpoon
    • 17. Navy Equipment • 4.5in Gun
    • 18. Navy Equipment • Goalkeeper
    • 19. Navy Equipment • Fit Blokes
    • 20. RAF Equipment • Harrier
    • 21. RAF Equipment • Tornado
    • 22. RAF Equipment • Typhoon
    • 23. RAF Equipment • Nimrod
    • 24. RAF Equipment • Hercules
    • 25. RAF Equipment • Chinook
    • 26. RAF Equipment • Puma
    • 27. RAF Equipment • Predator
    • 28. RAF Equipment • Storm Shadow
    • 29. RAF Equipment • Brimstone
    • 30. Army Equipment • Challenger 2
    • 31. Army Equipment • Warrior
    • 32. Army Equipment • Lt Gun
    • 33. Army Equipment • AS 90
    • 34. Army Equipment • MLRS
    • 35. Army Equipment • Titan
    • 36. Army Equipment • Trojan
    • 37. Army Equipment • Rapier
    • 38. Army Equipment • Bulldog
    • 39. Army Equipment • Mastiff • Vector
    • 40. Army Equipment • WMIK • GMG
    • 41. Army Equipment • 81mm Mortar
    • 42. Army Equipment • Desert Hawk (UOR)
    • 43. Army Equipment • GPMG
    • 44. Army Equipment • Minimi • LSW
    • 45. Army Equipment • SA 80
    • 46. Army Equipment • DROPS
    • 47. Army Equipment • Apache
    • 48. Army Equipment • LCVP
    • 49. Army Equipment • Islander
    • 50. Army Equipment • Bowman
    • 51. Equipment Royal Navy Equipment: • www.royalnavy.mod.uk/server/show/nav.1243. Army Equipment: • www.army.mod.uk/equipment/index.htm. RAF Equipment: • www.raf.mod.uk/equipment/. FAS and Global Security • http://www.fas.org/main/home.jsp • http://www.globalsecurity.org/
    • 52. Collective Training Levels CT1: • Collective training up to Troop / Platoon Level. CT2: • Collective Training at sub-unit level (Company / Squadron). CT3: • Sub-Unit Training in Combined Arms BG context. CT4: • BG Training in a combined arms context. CT5: • Bde sized Formation Training CT6: • Div size Formation Training.
    • 53. Collective Training Progression Collective Training TRAINING PROGRESSION Trg Systems Dz/CBM(L) Schools & Colleges BC2T DCCT ... CAST (CPX) CATT (CFX) TES (FTX) Live Fire Training Unit Based Training Individual Training CT 1-3 CT 5 CT 4
    • 54. Building Blocks of Collecting Training CT1/3CT1 CT1 CT3/4 CT3/4 CT3/4 CT5 CT5 CT6 CT6 GTF DCCT CrewTrg CAST CATT TES BdeCAST BdeMRX DivCAST CorpsCAST CT5 BdeCATT CT5 BdeTESVirtualLive Constructive MRX The Collective Training Progression
    • 55. Formation Operational Readiness Mechanism (FORM) Unit & Battle Group Trg Fmn TrgRecuperation HR Ops Ops Recuperation Unit & Battle Group Trg Fmn Trg 6 months6 months18 months 1 Bde 4 Bde 7 Bde 12 Bde 20 Bde
    • 56. Acronyms and Abbreviations • Adaptive Foundation (A War vs The War). • UOR. • CPF. • RISTA/Strike/Jt Fires etc. • Effects Based Approach. • Whole Fleet Management. • Battle Rhythm. • Scalings. • Friction. • Saluting and addressing Officers/Soldiers • Where to go for more info: Andy Kingston: andy.kingston420@mod.uk.
    • 57. Slang • Organisations • Loggies, Cloud Punchers, Pongos, Scalies, Wedgies, Planks and Donkey-Wallopers, OPFOR, BLUEFOR, EXCON, SIDECON, White Cell, Tree-Huggers. • Ranks • Squaddie, Full-Screw, Subbie, Napoleon. • Kit • Gat, Scratcher, Maggot, Shreddies. • Stuff • Sangar, Biff Chit, Stills @ Nomats, Dhobi, Heads. More information: • http://www.arrse.co.uk
    • 58. What is "Battle Space"? JWP 0-01.1 Definition: • All aspects of air, surface, sub-surface, land, space, and the electro-magnetic spectrum that encompasses the area of operations.