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ELO D EXECUTE MOTOR MOVEMENT
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COLUMN FORMATION
  • Two-lane roads
  • 75m to 100m interval
  • Average speed 50 mph

Direction of Traffic
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INVERTED T FORMATION
  • Four-lane roads
  • Convoy runs center line
  • 75m to 100m interval
  • Average speed 50 mph

Direction of Traffic
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DIAMOND FORMATION
  • Six-lane roads and larger
  • Convoy runs center lane
  • 75m to 100m interval
  • Speed may be decreased

Direction of Traffic
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ORGANIZE THE CONVOY
  • Place a gun truck as the lead vehicle
  • Place experienced, senior driver in the first
    task vehicle
  • Place the convoy CDRs vehicle to best
    facilitate control
  • Place a gun truck behind commanders vehicle
  • Place convoy NCOIC in rearward vehicle w/ CLS
  • Place wrecker/maintenance team near the rear
  • Place a gun truck as the last vehicle

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MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS
Scan the road ahead and to each side
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ASST DRIVER/ VEHICLE CDR
DRIVER
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SITUATIONAL AWARENESS WHAT YOU SHOULD WATCH FOR
  • Suspicious movement on overpasses
  • Abandoned or broken down vehicles
  • Foreign objects
  • Sudden activity as convoy approaches

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SITUATIONAL AWARENESS (Continued)
  • Local nationals dispersing or disappearing
  • Suspicious movement in upper floor windows
  • Animal-drawn carts or wagons
  • Fresh concrete work
  • Signs of tampering, exposed wires, or objects
  • attached to the backsides of guardrails

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SITUATIONAL AWARENESS (Continued)
  • Keep close watch on the trail element
  • Ensure weapons movement is obvious and
    deliberate
  • Train crew-served weapons in direction of
    perceived threats
  • Require all personnel to wear helmets, body
    armor, and eye
  • protection at all times

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MAINTAIN CONVOY DISCIPLINE (DAYLIGHT)
  • Ensure vehicle interval is established and
    maintained
  • Adjust/reduce vehicle interval in built-up areas
  • Do not engage service drive lights
  • Ensure all vehicles run at established convoy
    speed
  • Ensure serial/march unit gaps are as specified
    in
  • SOP/OPORD
  • Ensure checkpoint reports are received and
    relayed
  • to higher headquarters
  • Relay significant operational changes to higher
    HQ

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MAINTAIN CONVOY DISCIPLINE (NIGHT)
  • Establish and maintain vehicle interval
  • Adjust/reduce interval in built-up areas
  • Reduce interval to accommodate use of blackout
    drive
  • (service drive lights may be appropriate)
  • Adjust convoy speed according to visibility/road
    conditions
  • Implement use of Driver Vision Enhancers (DVE)
  • Employ night vision devices
  • Ensure serial/march gaps are as specified in
    SOP/OPORD

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MAINTAIN COMMUNICATIONS
  • FM radio network
  • Movement Tracking System (MTS)
  • Force XXI Battle Command Brigade-and-Below
    (FBCB2)
  • Pyrotechnics
  • Hand and arm signals
  • Audio signals
  • Field expedients

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CONDUCT ACTIONS AT THE HALT
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ACTIONS AT THE HALT
  • Stop column at prescribed time and location
  • (scheduled halts)
  • Report halt to higher headquarters
  • Exercise caution when moving vehicles off the
    road
  • Drivers remain in vehicles with engines running
  • for short halts
  • Assistant drivers dismount and check the
    immediate
  • area for IEDs, mines, etc.

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ACTIONS AT THE HALT (Continued)
  • Asst drivers initiate perimeter security
  • Crew-served weapons stay mounted, stagger
    orientation
  • Trail elements maintain rear security
  • Keep civilians away from vehicles
  • Position gun trucks to cover likely avenues of
    approach/
  • dead space
  • Position vehicles to blend with surroundings if
    possible
  • Perform PMCS

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ACTIONS AT THE HALT (Continued)
  • Notify maintenance officer of needed repairs
  • Inspect vehicle loads at every stop
  • Perform PMCS/function checks on weapons
  • Refuel and rearm
  • Recover security on order to move
  • Conduct headcount prior to departure
  • Conduct departure at specified time in movement
    order
  • Report resumption of march to higher headquarters

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IMPLEMENT ACTIVE/PASSIVE DEFENSE MEASURES
Maximize concealment
  • Cover shiny surfaces
  • If the mission dictates, cover vehicle bumper
    markings
  • Exercise noise and light discipline

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SUPPORT THE DECEPTION STORY
  • Camouflage or disguise high-priority cargo to
  • resemble something else
  • Cover or otherwise obscure labels and markings
  • on any containers or visible cargo to prevent
  • ready detection
  • Do not alter cargo labels or markings without
  • command approval

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REACT TO MAN-MADE ROAD OBSTACLES
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MAN-MADE OBSTACLES
  • Identify obstacle as far away as possible
  • Halt only if there is no alternative
  • Scan for potential IEDs and enemy activity
  • Do not halt inside the projected kill zone
  • Send SITREP and SALUTE report to higher
    headquarters

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MAN-MADE OBSTACLES (Continued)
  • Identify alternate route, if available
  • If halt is necessary, keep vehicles running
  • Engage enemy with suppressive fire
  • if encountered
  • Breach the obstacle if possible

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REACT TO HUMAN OBSTACLES
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REACT TO HUMAN OBSTACLES
  • Identify as far away as possible
  • Bypass if possible
  • Assume hostile intent on the part of the crowd
  • Adopt aggressive posture
  • Position gun truck in overwatch position
  • Push vehicles slowly through crowd while
  • sounding horns
  • Fire warning shots over the heads of anyone
  • refusing to move
  • Send SITREP to higher headquarters
  • Continue the mission

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REACT TO HUMAN OBSTACLES (CONTINUED) Remember,
when confronted by a crowd
  • Do not stop
  • Always assume hostile intent
  • Do not appease, feed, or give them anything
  • You must force your way through

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REACT TO HEAVY TRAFFIC
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REACT TO HEAVY TRAFFIC
  • Gun trucks stop traffic at intersections
  • All personnel remain mounted
  • Keep vehicles running
  • Maintain constant internal communication
  • If unable to clear the area, maintain alert
    posture
  • If halted in a vulnerable position, deploy gun
    trucks
  • onto the opposing traffic lane to clear
    traffic
  • Provide higher headquarters with detailed SITREP

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ELO E DEFEND AGAINST ATTACK
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WEAPON ENGAGEMENT SKILLS
  • Ball-to-tracer ratio
  • M16 21
  • Machine guns 41
  • Last rounds should all be tracers

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SECTORS OF FIRE AND SCAN
FIRE
SCAN
Driver 9-1 oclock Asst. Driver 11-4 oclock
Driver 9-11 oclock Asst. Driver 1-3 oclock
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WEAPON ENGAGEMENT METHODS
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CREW AND BATTLE DRILLS EXIT/ENTER VEHICLE UNDER
FIRE
FRIENDLY FIRE
ENEMY FIRE
FRIENDLY FIRE
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