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Title: Officer Candidate Class 055 (OCS) will Conduct and complete a Defensive FTX on 14 NOV 2014 through 15 NOV 2014 within the limits of Camp Blanding in order to train as future commissioned leaders in the U.S Army.


1
CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS
TASKS TO SUBORDINATES
OPORD- OCS Class 055 Defensive FTX
(14NOV2015-15NOV2015)
  • Phase I - Completed Prior to Drill weekend
  • Soldiers update ruck packing
  • Soldiers correct equipment deficiencies
  • Soldier implement hydration plan
  • Soldiers prepare for Candidate-led AWT Classes
  • Recon of FOB and familiarization of area
  • Phase II Day 0 Pre drill prep Soldiers will
    report to RTI Thursday 12 NOV 2015. Equipment and
    sensitive items will be issued, labeled, and tied
    down for accountability purposes.
  • Phase III - Final Preparation and Execution of 7
    mile Ruck The Final Preparation and Execution
    phase begins 13NOV 2015. This phase will consist
    of finished PCC's and PCI's . Soldiers will be
    checked on understanding and briefed on safety
    considerations.
  • Execution Defensive FTX will begin 14NOV2015
    with a 7 mile ruck march. Upon completion, the
    FOB will be set up and candidate led AWT Classes
    will begin.
  • Completion
  • Complete a HANDS ON sensitive items check
    including items stored on Transport
  • Any issues will be reported to the COC
    immediately
  • Prepare for next POI Movement to OCS Area and
    Recovery OPS

SITUATION
Leaders Recon Route TBD (need 2 and date of
recon) S-4 DetailTBD (need 6) secure and
PMCS required equipment.



S-6 RTO's TBD (need 4) Setup PMCS
SINGARS conduct functions check and load daily
FREQ QRF TBD (need 3)

SITUATION
OCS Class 055 will successfully complete a
Defensive FT
MISSION
Officer Candidate Class 055 (OCS) will Conduct
and complete a Defensive FTX on 14 NOV 2014
through 15 NOV 2014 within the limits of Camp
Blanding in order to train as future commissioned
leaders in the U.S Army.
TIME LOCATION
14 NOV 15 BARRACKS
0345-0410 Hygiene / ruck prep
0410-0415 Hallway accountability -
0415-0505 FTX equipment movement to trans
0505-0530 Bus movement to SP
0530-0600 Final PCC / PCI safety brief
0600 SP - Start 7 mile ruck
0830 EP move into completion phase
0830-0840 Establish 100 accountability PCC/PCI's - Move off to Breakfast
0840-0900 Ammunition Issue / Establish FOB / Box Breakfast
0830-0900 Personal hygiene/Prepare for field OPS
0900-1200 Candidate led AWT classes Concurrent Lunch (MRE)
1200-1400 Communicate Tactical Radio Class
1400-1900 Candidate led AWT classes Concurrent Dinner (MRE)
1900-2200 Defensive Operations Class
2200-2210 Accountability of all Personnel / Equipment
2210-2230 Personal Hygiene
2230-0330 Rest Plan / Fire Guard
0330 Wake-Up Call Pack Equipment
0330-0350 Pack Equipment / Personal Hygiene
0350-0440 PCC/PCI/Police Call/Range Clearance
0440-0445 Accountability of all Personnel / Equipment
0445-0450 Movement to OCS Area
COMMANDERS INTENT
Participate in a 24-hour FTX, conduct
candidate-led AWT classes, and maintain
accountability of all sensitive items, Defend the
FOB.
END STATE
All Candidates compete 24-hour FTX, without
injury, lead all WTBD Classes, and maintain 100
accountability of soldiers and equipment
throughout.
SAFETY
Student leadership will conduct a safety briefing
14 NOV 2014. OIC will complete a CRM for
operations. Medical staff implemented from start
to finish.
COMMAND SIGNAL
Command PL, PSG,1st SL, 2nd SL. Signal Methods
of Communication (PACE) (1) Primary - SINGARS
Radio (Frequency TBP) (2) Alternate -Voice (3)
Contingency - Hand and Arm Signals (4) Emergency
- Cell Phone
COORDINATING INSTRUCTIONS
POC OC Kellerman PL 904-814-1826
As of 14OCT15
2
CONOP- OCS Class 055 Defensive FTX
(14NOV2015-15NOV2015)
OCCUPATION OF THE DEFENSE
AREA DEFENSE
SITUATION
DEFEND A STRONG POINT
OCCUPATION PLAN

PURPOSE
  • Hold key or decisive terrain.
  • Block an avenue of approach.
  • Canalize the enemy.
  • A strong point is defended until the unit is
    formally relieved or ordered out.
  • A strong point defense includes
  • Reinforcing each individual fighting position to
    withstand small-arms fire, mortar fire, and
    artillery fragments.
  • The stockpiling of food, water, ammunition,
    tools, and medical supplies.
  • Construct formidable obstacles and minefields.
  • Construct range cards for each position and
    confirm them by fire.
  • Prevents confusion
  • Establishes security quickly
  • Allows parallel planning
  • Allows priority of work to commence ASAP
  • To defeat an enemy attack
  • To gain time to prepare for other operations
  • To allow a higher commander to concentrate forces
  • To control key enemy forces as a prelude to
    offensive operations
  • To retain key or decisive terrain

PRIORITY OF WORK
  • Establish security
  • Position key weapons
  • Clear fields of fire and prepare range cards
  • Prepare fighting positions

PREPARATION
  • Emplace obstacles and mines
  • Prepare alternate positions
  • Establish work rest plan
  • Stockpile ammunition, food, and water
  • Use METT-TC to identify potential friendly and
    enemy weaknesses
  • Synchronize the concept of the operation with all
    available resources
  • Ensure 360 degree security with WPN systems
  • Begin Recon and Surveillance (RS) plan
    immediately

PERIMETER DEFENSE
  • Platoons prepare a perimeter defense when there
    are no friendly units adjacent to it.
  • Disperse the platoon into a circular
    configuration for 360 degree security actual
    shape is terrain dependent.

SECURITY PLANS
  • Active Measures
  • Recon and Surveillance patrols
  • Stand-To / Stand-Down
  • Ground Surveillance Radar (GSR)
  • Passive Measures
  • Noise, Light Litter Discipline
  • Radio Silence
  • Camouflage
  • Counter-reconnaissance

MASSING EFFECTS DISRUPTION
SEQUENCE OF THE DEFENSE
  • Defenders seek to mass the effects of
    overwhelming combat power where they choose and
    shift it to support the decisive operation, or
    Main Effort (ME).
  • Disrupts the attackers tempo and synchronization
    by countering his initiative and preventing him
    from massing overwhelming combat power.
  • Initiate contact / Actions on enemy contact
  • Fight the defense
  • Consolidate Reorganize
  • Prepare for combat
  • Move to defensive positions
  • Establish defensive positions
  • Locate the enemy

CONSIDERATIONS
FELXIBILITY
RESERVE
  • Defend in depth
  • Create mutual support as much as possible
  • Use passive and active security measures
  • Make maximum use of key weapon systems (to
    include indirect fire weapon systems
  • Decide on obstacle composition and location
  • Emplace machine-guns along likely dismounted
    avenues of approach
  • Emplace anti-armor weapons against likely mounted
    avenues of approach
  • Make maximum use of offensive action
  • The defender must be agile enough to avoid the
    attackers blows and then strike back
    effectively.
  • Derived from sound preparation and effective C2.
  • Ability to shift the Main Effort (ME).
  • Aggressive Recon and Surveillance (RS).
  • Retention of a reserve.
  • Preparation in depth such as alternate and
    supplementary positions
  • At platoon level, the reserve may consist of a
    rifle squad, fire team, or the platoon
    headquarters element.
  • Some situations require committed forces to "be
    prepared" to act as a reserve.
  • The primary purpose of the reserve is to regain
    the initiative through counterattack.

ENGAGEMENT AREA
  • Where the commander intends to trap and destroy
    an enemy force using the massed fires of all
    available weapons.
  • Determine where you want to kill the enemy
  • Usually along likely enemy avenues of approach.
  • Plan emplace obstacles.
  • Emplace direct fire weapons.
  • Plan indirect fires.
  • Rehearse the execution of operations in the
    engagement area.

SECURITY DEFENSIVE PLANNING
COORDINATING INSTRUCTIONS
Never permit the enemy to acquire an unexpected
advantage.
POC OC Kellerman PL 904-814-1826
  • Where / How to defend
  • Sequence of the defense
  • Types of positions
  • Occupation plan
  • Security plan
  • Reserve
  • Fire control measures

As of 14OCT15
3
OPORD- OCS Class 055 Defensive FTX
(14NOV2015-15NOV2015) TASKS TO SUBORDINATES
SITUATION

1st Squad OC LISTON SL
2nd Squad OC KNIGHT SL
3rd Squad OC TYSON SL
4th Squad OC MULE SL
7 MILE TACTICAL RUCK MARCH
7 MILE TACTICAL RUCK MARCH
7 MILE TACTICAL RUCK MARCH
7 MILE TACTICAL RUCK MARCH
  • Leading on left side of road followed by 3rd
    squad.
  • Will identify 2 road guards.
  • Will identify 1 Radio Operator for PL.
  • Squad will keep 5 meter spacing at all times.
  • Squad will be staggered from parallel squad.
  • All flashlights will have red lens.
  • Fall in on left side of road behind 1st squad.
  • Will identify 2 road guards.
  • Squad will keep 5 meter spacing at all times.
  • Squad will be staggered from parallel squad.
  • All flashlights will have red lens.
  • Fall in on left side of road behind 2nd squad.
  • Will identify 2 road guards.
  • Will identify 1 Radio Operator for PSG.
  • Squad will keep 5 meter spacing at all times.
  • Squad will be staggered from parallel squad.
  • All flashlights will have red lens.
  • Leading on right side of road followed by 4th
    squad.
  • Will identify 2 road guards.
  • Squad will keep 5 meter spacing at all times.
  • Squad will be staggered from parallel squad.
  • All flashlights will have red lens.

DEFENSIVE FTX
DEFENSIVE FTX
DEFENSIVE FTX
DEFENSIVE FTX
  • Stand-To single file along East wall to the left
    of the Guard Tower (as facing it from inside the
    FOB) closest to the South EP in front of 2nd
    squad. (see FOB Security and Defense Planning)
  • Maintain accountability of all sensitive items
    and personnel at all times.
  • If leaving the FOB (METT-TC dependent)
  • Primary position- outside of South wall
  • Alternate- Outside of East wall
  • Supplementary- East wood line
  • Stand-To single file along East wall to the left
    of the Guard Tower (as facing it from inside the
    FOB) closest to the South EP behind 1st squad.
    (see FOB Security and Defense Planning)
  • Maintain accountability of all sensitive items
    and personnel at all times.
  • If leaving the FOB (METT-TC dependent)
  • Primary position- outside of East wall
  • Alternate- Outside of South wall
  • Supplementary- East wood line
  • Stand-To single file along North wall to the
    right of the North EP (as facing it from inside
    the FOB) in front of 4th squad. (see FOB Security
    and Defense Planning)
  • Maintain accountability of all sensitive items
    and personnel at all times.
  • If leaving the FOB (METT-TC dependent)
  • Primary position- outside of North wall
  • Alternate- Outside of West wall
  • Supplementary- West wood line
  • QRF Team
  • Stand-To single file along North wall to the
    right of the North EP (as facing it from inside
    the FOB) behind 3rd squad. (see FOB Security and
    Defense Planning)
  • Maintain accountability of all sensitive items
    and personnel at all times.
  • If leaving the FOB (METT-TC dependent)
  • Primary position- outside of West wall
  • Alternate- Outside of North wall
  • Supplementary- West wood line

Notes Defensive FTX- 220014NOV2015
053015NOV2015 The FOB will be defended until the
Platoon is relieved or ordered out. Each fighting
position will be defended from 2200-0530 IAW the
FOB Security and Defense Plan by reinforcing each
individual fighting position (the defense towers)
to withstand small-arms fire, mortar fire, and
artillery fragments. Food, water and ammunition
will be stockpiled and obstacles, (barriers
placed outside of EPs) will be constructed. A
range card will be constructed for each position.
In the event the FOB is determined to be
uninhabitable, a perimeter defense will be
established IAW the Alternate Perimeter Defense
Plan as no friendly units are anticipated to be
in the area. Stand-To will be conducted at 2200
and 0350 and will account for all sensitive items
and personnel. Defensive positions will be the
4 defensive towers, 2 EP gate guards (1 at each
gate), and 2 roaming guards. Gate and roaming
guards will be equipped with M16A2 rifles. The
weapon systems for the defensive towers are
detailed in the FOB Security and Defense Plan.
Those in defensive positions during rest plan
hours will be considered Fireguard.
Notes 7 MILE TACTICAL RUCH MARCH- Limited
conversation from the OCs. Leadership will be
communicating IAW the PACE methods of
communication. Leadership will be moving around
ensuring proper spacing and looking out for their
candidates. Everyone is a safety. OCs will be
Spaced 5 meters apart. The Tactical Road March
Formation will be staggered with the left side of
the road leading (see diagram). In the event
contact is made with enemy forces, all OCs will
quickly move of the road into the tree line if
possible then immediately drop his/her ruck and
take up a defensive position behind the ruck
facing the direction of contact. All further
instructions will be taken from the PL, PSG and
SLs.
COORDINATING INSTRUCTIONS
POC OC Kellerman PL 904-814-1826
5 meters
4
Training Site Layout
NORTH (RTI is due South)
Alternate Perimeter Defense Location
FOB
Urban Ops Training Site
5
NORTH
FOB OVERLAY
Legend Defensive Towers Change Station / Male
Rest Area Female Rest Area HQ/QRF
Assembly Indirect Shelter
North Gate EP
Field Formation Site
Medical
South Gate EP
Latrines
Trash Collection
6
NORTH
FOB Security Defensive Planning
Legend M240B Location M249 Location Indirect
Shelter
North Gate EP
3rd and 4th Squad Stand-To
South Gate EP
Latrines
1st and 2nd Squad Stand-To
7
CONOP- OCS Class 055 Defensive FTX Alternate
Perimeter Defense Plan
SITUATION
NORTH
Alternate Perimeter Defense Plan
PERIMETER DEFENSE
  • Platoons prepare a perimeter defense when there
    are no friendly units adjacent to it.
  • Disperse the platoon into a circular
    configuration for 360 degree security actual
    shape is terrain dependent.

LOCATION
  • Will be established in the open field North of
    the Urban Ops Training Site and South of the
    Southern EP to the FOB.

SPACING
  • OCs will be spaced 5 meters apart in defensive
    fighting positions

PL PSG
SL
SL
Urban Ops Training Site
SPACING
  • OCs will be spaced 5 meters apart in defensive
    fighting positions

South EP to FOB
SL
SL
8
NORTH (RTI is due South)
Urban Ops Training Site
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