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Landmine Defense
071-IAZAB007
SSG Black
Rules of the House
No questions are stupid!
No sleeping (medicine ball)!
Write notes!
No dipping!
Safety is low!
Rally Poi...
Safety
Low in classroom!
Be mindful of surroundings!
Fire
1
2
Classroom
DFAC
Tasks Taught
052-192-1271!
Identify Visual Indicators of an Improvised Explosive
Device(IED)
093-401-5040 !
React to Unexp...
References
FM 4-30.5!
Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Procedures 13 JUL 2006
FM 5-19!
Composite Risk Management 21 AUG 2006
STP ...
ATN.ARMY.MIL
ATN.ARMY.MIL
WWW.APD.ARMY.MIL
CALL2.ARMY.MIL
Warrior University
So there I was…
Action:!
Identify, mark, and report unexploded ordnance (UXO); react
to improvisedexplosive device (IED) and report.
Condi...
ELO A
Action: !
Identify UXO/IED hazard
Condition: !
In a classroom environment, given classroom instructions and
slides.
...
FOUR TYPES OF UXO
DROPPED PROJECTED PLACED THROWN
BOMBS PROJECTILES AP MINES
HAND
GRENADES
DISPENSERS MORTARS AT MINES SIM...
Dropped
US GP Bomb
Russian GP Bomb
Bombs
Guided Bomb
Fire Bomb
Dispensers
US Dual Purpose
Russian Anti Armor
US Anti Armor
US Anti Armor
Sub-munitions
Sub-munitions
Russian AP Mine
Russian Anti Personnel US AT Mine
US AP Mine
Sub-munitions
Projectiles Mortars
Rockets Rifle Grenades
Projected
Projectiles
US HEAT
YUGO HEATUS Armor Piercing
US HE
US WP
YUGO HERA Bulgarian HE
Chinese HE
Mortars
Mortars
Chinese HE
Russian HE
US HEAT
Rockets
US HEAT US Surface to Air
Guided Missiles
Chinese HEAT Russian HEAT
Rifle Grenades
US HEAT US 40mm HE
Russian 40 mm HEATYUGO HEAT
Placed
Italian AP Russian AP Russian AP
Russian AP Belgium AP Russian AP
Anti-Personnel Mines
Russian AT Blast YUGO AT Plate Italian AT Blast
Anti-Tank Mines
US Multi Option YUGO Clockwork
YUGO Electronic
Booby Traps
Thrown
Russian FRAG Chinese Hand HEAT UK FRAG
US SMOKE US WP YUGO FRAG
Hand Grenades
Simulators
CHECK
ON LEARNING
Bouncing Betty
Placed
AP Mine
Israeli Runway !
Attack Munition
Dropped
Dispenser
Sub-Munitions
FOUR TYPES OF UXO
DROPPED PROJECTED PLACED THROWN
BOMBS PROJECTILES AP MINES
HAND
GRENADES
DISPENSERS MORTARS AT MINES SIM...
ELO B
Action: !
React to UXO/IED hazard
Condition: !
In a classroom environment, given classroom instructions and
slides.
...
43
Establish security:!
(a) Search secure area for possible secondary explosive device’s)/hazards.!
(b) Identify potential en...
Rule of Thumb* for safe
distance
105 mm
and
smaller
106 mm
and
larger
300 meters
600 meters
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
IED Hidden in Plaster made to look
like concrete block on side of road
under debris
Garage Door opener detonation
devic...
Daisy-Chain
58
IED
130mm HE projectile in Plastic bag.
59
IED
130mm HE projectile in burlap bag (notice wires coming out of bag)
60
“A way” to an IED/ Ambush Set-up
1st IED underneath
Ignition Device & Wires
Observation Position
2nd IED underneath
37
61
Molotov Cocktail
Shape Charge (Funnel)
155 mm
The U.S. Army must be prepared to -
React and be proactive in the contemporary operating
environment
Accomplish the missio...
CHECK
ON LEARNING
Minimum of 300
Meters
What is the recommended evacuation
distance for items 105 mm and
smaller?
Minimum of 600
Meters
What is the recommended evacuation
distance for items 106 mm and
larger?
How big is 105 mm?
ELO C
Action: !
Report UXO/IED hazard
Condition: !
In a classroom environment, given classroom instructions and
slides.
St...
IDENTIFY THE UXO HAZARD
AVOIDYES NO
USE PROTECTIVE
MEASURES
MARK IT, REPORT IT
CONTINUE MISSION
UXO Hazard Flow Chart
Do not Approach Suspect UXO Closer than Necessary
Do not Move, Strike or Touch Suspect UXO
Do Move or Remove Anything on, ...
Clearly mark area without approaching suspect UXO any
closer than necessary
Place Marker between waist and head level
Stan...
Withdraw from area along same path used to enter area
105mm/4in or Smaller Diameter UXOs 300 meters
106mm/4in or Larger Di...
Utilize minimum number of personnel in Full
Protective Equipment
Always interlock Sandbags
105mm/4in or Smaller Diameter U...
Line 1:
121300LMAR98
Line 2:
1-75th Infantry Bn, C-Co, EP2134567891, 350 meters south of grid referenced road
junction
Lin...
LINE 1: DTG ITEM DISCOVERED
LINE 2: REPORTING ACTIVITY AND LOCATION
LINE 3: CONTACT METHOD
LINE 4: TYPE OF ORDNANCE
LINE 5...
TLO
Action:!
Identify, mark, and report unexploded ordnance (UXO); react
to improvisedexplosive device (IED) and report.
C...
Recognize UXO Hazard
Dropped: bombs, dispensers, and submunitions.
Projected: projectiles, mortars, rockets, & guided miss...
React and Report the
UXO Hazard
UXO flow chart.
Hazard reaction.
Mark UXO.
Evacuate.
Protective measures.
UXO spot report.
...
Operational Environment (OE)
Sociological Demographics
Regional and global
relationships
National will
Time
Economics
Phys...
Center for Army Lessons Learned
The most recent version of common CIED mistakes are:
Establishing route patterns
Relying o...
METT-TCMission!
Environment!
Terrain and Weather!
Troops and Support
Available!
Time Available!
Civil Considerations
SSG Black Landmine/UXO defense class
SSG Black Landmine/UXO defense class
SSG Black Landmine/UXO defense class
SSG Black Landmine/UXO defense class
SSG Black Landmine/UXO defense class
SSG Black Landmine/UXO defense class
SSG Black Landmine/UXO defense class
SSG Black Landmine/UXO defense class
SSG Black Landmine/UXO defense class
SSG Black Landmine/UXO defense class
SSG Black Landmine/UXO defense class
SSG Black Landmine/UXO defense class
SSG Black Landmine/UXO defense class
SSG Black Landmine/UXO defense class
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Basic introduction to Unexploded Ordinance (UXO).

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SSG Black Landmine/UXO defense class

  1. 1. Landmine Defense 071-IAZAB007 SSG Black
  2. 2. Rules of the House No questions are stupid! No sleeping (medicine ball)! Write notes! No dipping! Safety is low! Rally Point for fire (next slide)
  3. 3. Safety Low in classroom! Be mindful of surroundings! Fire
  4. 4. 1 2 Classroom DFAC
  5. 5. Tasks Taught 052-192-1271! Identify Visual Indicators of an Improvised Explosive Device(IED) 093-401-5040 ! React to Unexploded Ordnance Hazards 052-192-1270 ! React to a Possible Improvised Explosive Device (IED)
  6. 6. References FM 4-30.5! Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Procedures 13 JUL 2006 FM 5-19! Composite Risk Management 21 AUG 2006 STP 21-1-SMC! Soldier’s Manual of Common Tasks Warrior Skills Level 1 02 MAY 2011 TC 3-34.489! The Soldier and the Environment 08 MAY 2001
  7. 7. ATN.ARMY.MIL
  8. 8. ATN.ARMY.MIL
  9. 9. WWW.APD.ARMY.MIL
  10. 10. CALL2.ARMY.MIL
  11. 11. Warrior University
  12. 12. So there I was…
  13. 13. Action:! Identify, mark, and report unexploded ordnance (UXO); react to improvisedexplosive device (IED) and report. Conditions:! In a classroom environment, given instruction and slides. Standards:! Identify UXO by type and subgroup; recognize the associated hazards;react to prevent death, injury, or damage to material; and correctly reportthe UXO hazard using the UXO spot report. Properly react to a possibleIED. TLO
  14. 14. ELO A Action: ! Identify UXO/IED hazard Condition: ! In a classroom environment, given classroom instructions and slides. Standard: ! Identify UXO/IED by type and subgroup; recognize the associated hazards.
  15. 15. FOUR TYPES OF UXO DROPPED PROJECTED PLACED THROWN BOMBS PROJECTILES AP MINES HAND GRENADES DISPENSERS MORTARS AT MINES SIMULATORS SUB MUNITIONS ROCKETS BOOBY TRAPS GUIDED MISSILES RIFLE GRENADES
  16. 16. Dropped
  17. 17. US GP Bomb Russian GP Bomb Bombs Guided Bomb Fire Bomb
  18. 18. Dispensers
  19. 19. US Dual Purpose Russian Anti Armor US Anti Armor US Anti Armor Sub-munitions
  20. 20. Sub-munitions Russian AP Mine Russian Anti Personnel US AT Mine US AP Mine
  21. 21. Sub-munitions
  22. 22. Projectiles Mortars Rockets Rifle Grenades Projected
  23. 23. Projectiles US HEAT YUGO HEATUS Armor Piercing US HE
  24. 24. US WP YUGO HERA Bulgarian HE Chinese HE Mortars
  25. 25. Mortars
  26. 26. Chinese HE Russian HE US HEAT Rockets
  27. 27. US HEAT US Surface to Air Guided Missiles Chinese HEAT Russian HEAT
  28. 28. Rifle Grenades US HEAT US 40mm HE Russian 40 mm HEATYUGO HEAT
  29. 29. Placed
  30. 30. Italian AP Russian AP Russian AP Russian AP Belgium AP Russian AP Anti-Personnel Mines
  31. 31. Russian AT Blast YUGO AT Plate Italian AT Blast Anti-Tank Mines
  32. 32. US Multi Option YUGO Clockwork YUGO Electronic Booby Traps
  33. 33. Thrown
  34. 34. Russian FRAG Chinese Hand HEAT UK FRAG US SMOKE US WP YUGO FRAG Hand Grenades
  35. 35. Simulators
  36. 36. CHECK ON LEARNING
  37. 37. Bouncing Betty Placed AP Mine
  38. 38. Israeli Runway ! Attack Munition Dropped Dispenser Sub-Munitions
  39. 39. FOUR TYPES OF UXO DROPPED PROJECTED PLACED THROWN BOMBS PROJECTILES AP MINES HAND GRENADES DISPENSERS MORTARS AT MINES SIMULATORS SUB MUNITIONS ROCKETS BOOBY TRAPS GUIDED MISSILES RIFLE GRENADES
  40. 40. ELO B Action: ! React to UXO/IED hazard Condition: ! In a classroom environment, given classroom instructions and slides. Standard: ! React to UXO/IED by type and subgroup; recognize the associated hazards; react to prevent death, injury, or damage to material.
  41. 41. 43
  42. 42. Establish security:! (a) Search secure area for possible secondary explosive device’s)/hazards.! (b) Identify potential enemy force observation/vantage points. ! (c) Seek all available man-made or natural frontal and overhead cover. ! (d) Avoid establishing a "reaction" pattern. ! ! Forward information to higher HQ using standard 9-line UXO report.
  43. 43. Rule of Thumb* for safe distance 105 mm and smaller 106 mm and larger 300 meters 600 meters
  44. 44. 46
  45. 45. 47
  46. 46. 48
  47. 47. 49
  48. 48. 50
  49. 49. 51
  50. 50. 52
  51. 51. 53
  52. 52. 54
  53. 53. 55
  54. 54. 56 IED Hidden in Plaster made to look like concrete block on side of road under debris Garage Door opener detonation device (Notice Wire)
  55. 55. Daisy-Chain
  56. 56. 58 IED 130mm HE projectile in Plastic bag.
  57. 57. 59 IED 130mm HE projectile in burlap bag (notice wires coming out of bag)
  58. 58. 60 “A way” to an IED/ Ambush Set-up 1st IED underneath Ignition Device & Wires Observation Position 2nd IED underneath 37
  59. 59. 61 Molotov Cocktail
  60. 60. Shape Charge (Funnel)
  61. 61. 155 mm
  62. 62. The U.S. Army must be prepared to - React and be proactive in the contemporary operating environment Accomplish the mission regardless of the Threat Realize that the “Front Line” is right where you are The Threat will use whatever it takes… Bottom Line
  63. 63. CHECK ON LEARNING
  64. 64. Minimum of 300 Meters What is the recommended evacuation distance for items 105 mm and smaller?
  65. 65. Minimum of 600 Meters What is the recommended evacuation distance for items 106 mm and larger?
  66. 66. How big is 105 mm?
  67. 67. ELO C Action: ! Report UXO/IED hazard Condition: ! In a classroom environment, given classroom instructions and slides. Standard: ! Correctly able to use a UXO/IED Flow Chart and a UXO Spot Report.
  68. 68. IDENTIFY THE UXO HAZARD AVOIDYES NO USE PROTECTIVE MEASURES MARK IT, REPORT IT CONTINUE MISSION UXO Hazard Flow Chart
  69. 69. Do not Approach Suspect UXO Closer than Necessary Do not Move, Strike or Touch Suspect UXO Do Move or Remove Anything on, Near or Attached to Suspect UXO Do not use Electronic Devices within 100 meters of Suspect UXO Hazard Reactions
  70. 70. Clearly mark area without approaching suspect UXO any closer than necessary Place Marker between waist and head level Standard UXO Marker Mark the Hazard
  71. 71. Withdraw from area along same path used to enter area 105mm/4in or Smaller Diameter UXOs 300 meters 106mm/4in or Larger Diameter UXOs 600 meters Personnel need Frontal and Overhead Protection If NBC Threat Suspected Ensure All personnel Stay Upwind in MOPP Level 4 Evacuate
  72. 72. Utilize minimum number of personnel in Full Protective Equipment Always interlock Sandbags 105mm/4in or Smaller Diameter UXOs Full circle Sandbag barrier 106mm/4in or Larger Diameter UXOs Semi-circle Sandbag barrier or Straight Wall of Sandbags Protective Measures
  73. 73. Line 1: 121300LMAR98 Line 2: 1-75th Infantry Bn, C-Co, EP2134567891, 350 meters south of grid referenced road junction Line 3: 49.7000, Tripwire 60 or 1-800-435-6789 SFC Snuffy Line 4: Placed, Possible Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Line 5: None Line 6: MSR Speedway Line 7: Unit cannot conduct re-supply operations, MSR is in passable Line 8: Constructed sandbag barricade and evacuated non-essential personnel 300M. Mission essential personnel are in protective gear and utilizing frontal and overhead cover. Line 9: Immediate
  74. 74. LINE 1: DTG ITEM DISCOVERED LINE 2: REPORTING ACTIVITY AND LOCATION LINE 3: CONTACT METHOD LINE 4: TYPE OF ORDNANCE LINE 5: NBC CONTAMINATION LINE 6: RESOURCES THREATENED LINE 7: IMPACT ON MISSION LINE 8: PROTECTIVE MEASURES LINE 9: RECOMMENDED PRIORITY Report the UXO Hazard
  75. 75. TLO Action:! Identify, mark, and report unexploded ordnance (UXO); react to improvisedexplosive device (IED) and report. Conditions:! In a classroom environment, given instruction and slides. Standards:! Identify UXO by type and subgroup; recognize the associated hazards;react to prevent death, injury, or damage to material; and correctly reportthe UXO hazard using the UXO spot report. Properly react to a possibleIED.
  76. 76. Recognize UXO Hazard Dropped: bombs, dispensers, and submunitions. Projected: projectiles, mortars, rockets, & guided missiles. Placed: landmines and booby traps. Thrown: grenades and simulators.
  77. 77. React and Report the UXO Hazard UXO flow chart. Hazard reaction. Mark UXO. Evacuate. Protective measures. UXO spot report. Minimum required reporting information: who, what, where, when and priority.
  78. 78. Operational Environment (OE) Sociological Demographics Regional and global relationships National will Time Economics Physical environment Nature and stability of the state Military capabilities Technology Information External organizations
  79. 79. Center for Army Lessons Learned The most recent version of common CIED mistakes are: Establishing route patterns Relying on up armor to “find” IED’s Moving (straying) from swept lanes Establishing other patterns Failure to check vulnerable areas Failure to conduct proper threat analysis Failing to use or improper use of CIED equipment Failing to sweep for secondary IED’s or command wire after a find Over confirmation
  80. 80. METT-TCMission! Environment! Terrain and Weather! Troops and Support Available! Time Available! Civil Considerations

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