FRONT COVER RANK NAME UNIT MOTTO The Creed

FRONT COVER RANK NAME UNIT MOTTO The Creed

FRONT COVER RANK NAME UNIT MOTTO The Creed of the Noncommissioned Officer N o one is more professional than I. I am a Noncommissioned Officer, a leader of soldiers. As a Noncommissioned Officer, I realize that I am a member of a time honored corps, which is known as The Backbone of the Army. I am proud of the Corps of Noncommissioned Officers and will at all times conduct myself so as to bring credit upon the Corps, the Military Service, and my country regardless of the situation in which I find myself. I will not use my grade or position to attain pleasure, profit, or personal safety. C ompetence is my watch-word. My two basic responsibilities will always be uppermost in my mind--accomplishment of my mission and the welfare of my soldiers. I will strive to remain tactically and technically proficient. I am aware of my role as a Noncommissioned Officer. I will fulfill my responsibilities inherent in that role. All soldiers are entitled to outstanding leadership; I will provide that leadership. I know my soldiers and I will always place their needs above my own. I will communicate consistently with my soldiers and never leave them uninformed. I will be fair and impartial when recommending both rewards and punishment. O fficers of my unit will have maximum time to accomplish their duties; they will not have to accomplish mine. I will earn their respect and confidence as well as that of my soldiers. I will be loyal to those with whom I serve; seniors, peers and subordinates alike. I will exercise initiative by taking appropriate action in the absence of orders. I will not compromise my integrity, nor my moral courage. I will not forget, nor will I allow my comrades to forget that we are professionals, Noncommissioned Officers, LEADERS! ARMY VALUES L*D*R*S*H*I*P L- LOYALTY: BEAR TRUE FAITH AND ALLEGIANCE TO THE U.S. CONSTITUTION, THE ARMY, AND OTHER SOLDIERS. D- DUTY: FULFILL YOUR OBLIGATIONS. R- RESPECT: TREAT PEOPLE AS THEY SHOULD BE TREATED. S- SELFLESS-SERVICE: PUT THE WELFARE OF THE NATION, THE ARMY AND YOUR SUBORDINATES BEFORE YOUR OWN. H- HONOR: LIVE UP TO ALL THE ARMY VALUES. I- INTEGRITY: DO WHATS RIGHT, LEGALLY AND MORALLY. P- PERSONAL COURAGE: FACE FEAR, DANGER, OR ADVERSITY (PHYSICAL AND MORAL). UNIT MOTTO Rank Last Name First Name 1LT SFC Gamio Nelson Position Platoon Leader Platoon Sergeant

BROS# BLD TYP AN/PVS-14 A POS Alpha Team Bravo Team Charlie Team Command Team LTC CSM M4/ACOG M9 M240B Vehicles PCC/PCIs Current Dispatch (signed by driver/commander) PMCS complete and annotated (before and during) Vehicle topped off Fuel can strapped Rhino dropped Load Plan (everything secured and tied down) Four MRE boxes (one opened) Four packs of water Cooler with ice and one pack of water CLS bag WALK Kit Smoke grenade Red/Green Flag 12in Crescent Wrench Radio checks and operational on all systems: Radio (Internal, Battalion) BFT (FIPR to Battalion) MBTR (Internal) DAGR DUKES (Jamming) Rhino *DUKES Mapper Crew served weapons (cleaned, basic load, functions check, properly mounted Turret charged and freely rotates UBL of ammo strapped down and secured CLP Binos (cleaned and stored near the TC) Tow bar tighten down properly Fire extinguishers fully charged Windows and lights cleaned Side view mirrors adjusted Combat locks operational Seatbelts operational Paper Maps Soldiers PCC/PCIs ID Tags around neck ID Card Military Drivers License for drivers ACH w/ NAPE pad IOTV w/ plates, collar, throat, crotch protector IFAK Tourniquet in each ankle pocket DAPs for gunners Gunner Restraint Harness Gloves Eye Protection Elbow pads if not wearing combat shirt Knee Pads Ear plugs Watch (optional) Camelbak or water source Notebook w/ pen or pencil Individual weapon(s): Cleanliness and function check Ammunition and Magazines Basic Load: M9 45 rounds M4 210 rounds M14 80 rounds M203 36 HE M249 1000 rounds M240B 900 rounds M2 600 rounds

Shotgun 50 rounds Every Soldiers knows SMETS Situation (Enemy, Friendly, ) Mission (Task and Purpose) Execution (Individual, Team Tasks) Timeline Special Equipment Needed POST MISSION CHECKS Raise Rhino Vehicle topped off PMCS complete and annotated (after) Vehicle police called Reconstitute load plan Ensure everything secured and tied down Cooler drained add one pack of water CLS bag (secured) WALK Kit (secured) Smoke grenade (secured) Red/Green Flag (secured) 12in Crescent Wrench (secured) Radio checks and operational on all systems: Radio (Internal, Battalion) (Standby) BFT (FIPR to Battalion) (Shutdown) MBTR (Internal) (Shutdown) DAGR (Shutdown) DUKES (Shutdown) Rhino (Shutdown) *DUKES Mapper (Shutdown) Turret hatch latched down Turret plugged in UBL of ammo strapped down and secured Binos (cleaned and stored near the TC) Tow bar tighten down Fire extinguishers checked Seatbelts placed on seats Headsets hung on seats Visor (Bumper Number) flipped down Weapons (maintenance) FREQ CARD ELEMENT INTERNAL BATTALIO N/ALT BN BRIGADE SPEICHER MEDEVAC RECOVERY JCC BDE PSD CALLSIGN FREQ BFT NAME PAX IN VEHICLE CONVOY PAX TOTAL:____ + ____ +____ VICS:____ US RANK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. DOD NAME (LAST, FIRST) LN BROS # BLOOD TYPE 9 LINE IED/UXO REPORT Line 1- DTG:____________________ DAY

TIME MONTH Line 2 - Grid of IED: _______________________________ Line 3 - Call Sign:_____(___)___________________ Line 4 - Type of IED:___________________________________ Describe the IED/UXO, dropped, projected, placed, or thrown Line 5 - NBC Contamination: ___________________________ Line 6 - Target:_______________________________________ Coalition Forces, civilians, equipment, facilities, or other assets Line 7 - Impact on Mission: ____________________________ Short description of current tactical situation and how the IED/UXO affects the mission Line 8 - Protective Measures:___________________________ Describe any measures to protect personnel or equipment (cordon, security) Line 9 - Recommended Priority:_________________________ For EOD Support (Immediate, Indirect, Minor, No Threat) Line 9a - Number of Vehicles in Patrol:____________________ Line 9b - Route and direction of travel:____________________ Line 9c - Location of IED/UXO:___________________________ Line 9d - Battle Damage Assessment (BDA):________________ Line 9e - KIA/WIA:____________________________________ Battle Roster Number(s) 9 LINE MEDEVAC REQUEST Line 1- Grid Location of Pickup Site:_ Line 2 Radio Frequency/Call Sign: __________ Line 3 Number of Patients by Precedence:_______________ A) B) C) Urgent evacuate within 2hrs Urgent -Surgical (All Trauma) need immediate surgical care Priority evacuate within 4 hrs Line 4 Special Equipment Needed:______________________ A) B) C) D) None Hoist Extraction Equipment Ventilator Line 5 Number of Patients by Type: _LITTER #:___AMBULATORY #:____ Line 6 - Security:______________________________________ N) P) Q) X) NO Enemy Troops POSSIBLE Enemy Troops CONFIRMED Enemy Troops in Area (Use Caution) ENGAGED with Enemy Troops (Armed Escort Recommended) Line 7 Method of marking pick-up site: __________________ VF17 panel, (Color)smoke, flare, (Color)chem lights Line 8 Patient Status and Nationality: R) S) T) U) V) W) US/Coalition Military, Nationality:_____________________ US/Coalition Force Civilian, Nationality:_________________ Non-Coalition force Soldier, Nationality:________________ Non-US/Coalition civilian, Nationality:__________________ Enemy Prisoner of War:______________________________ High Value Target:__________________________________ Line 9 NBC Contamination:__________________________ (Nuclear, Biological, Chemical, None) CBRN 1 REPORT Line B Position of the Observer:

MD Line D DTG of Detonation: 2009 DAY TIME MONTH Line E DTG of End of Attack: DAY Line F Location of Attack: 2009 TIME MONTH MD Actual or Estimated Line G Means of Delivery: Artillery, Rockets, Mortars, Missiles, Bomb or Spray Line H Type of Agent/Burst: Persistent or Non-persistent / Air or Surface IED Attack Terminology 1 IED Improvised Explosive Device A device placed or fabricated in an improvised manner incorporating destructive, lethal, noxious, pyrotechnic, or incendiary chemicals and designed to destroy, incapacitate, harass, or distract. It may incorporate military stores, but is normally devised using non-military components. 2 UXO Unexploded Ordnance Explosive ordnance which has been primed, fused, armed or otherwise prepared for action, and which has been fired, dropped, launched, projected, or placed in such a manner as to constitute a hazard to operations, installations, personnel, or material and remains unexploded either by malfunction or design or any other cause. Some UXO may be placed with the intent to add an initiation system at a later time, at this point it may become an IED. If in doubt treat as a worst case scenario and report as an IED. 3 ERW Explosive Remnants of War Any military ordnance left on the battlefield, or in abandoned munitions storage sites not necessarily old or deteriorated 4 AAIED Anti-Armor IED An IED that incorporates armor defeating principles such as Explosively Formed Projectiles, Shaped and Plate Charges. They are designed to damage or destroy armored vehicles and/or kill or wound individuals inside armored vehicles. 5 EFP Explosively Formed Projectiles A specially designed IED which incorporates explosive encase behind a milled/pressed metal plate (liner) which,

through explosive force, reshapes into a projectile capable of piercing armor. 6 Shaped Charge Shaped Charge A charge shaped in such a manner so as to concentrate its explosive force in a particular direction. IED Attack Terminology 7 Platter Charge Platter or Plate Charge Use explosive force to propel a metal plate towards a target in a manner where the plate remains intact. 8 VBIED Vehicle-borne IED An IED delivered by a small ground based vehicle (e.g. passenger vehicle, motorcycle, moped, bicycle etc.) and/or serves as the concealment means for explosives with an initiating device. 9 LVBIED Large Vehicle-borne IED An IED delivered by a large ground based vehicle (e.g. dump truck, panel truck, bongo truck, commercial bus, tanker etc.) and/or serves as the concealment means for explosives with an initiating device. 10 RVBIED Remote VBIED A VBIED which is driven to the target by Radio or Remote (Wire) Control. The initiation system may or may not be the same as the driving control system. 11 Suicide Suicide An IED initiated by an operator at a time of his/her choosing in which the operator intentionally kills himself/herself as part of the attack. 12 SVBIED Suicide VBIED A VBIED which requires the driver, or passenger inside the vehicle, to detonate the explosives. May incorporate a command initiation as a back-up. 13 PBIED Person-borne IED An IED worn by a person, such as a vest, belt, back-pack, etc., in which the person houses the whole IED or principle IED components and/or serves as the delivery or concealment means for explosives with an initiating device. A PBIED is often initiated by the person wearing the IED (Suicide) however, not all PBIED are triggered by the person wearing the IED. IED Attack Terminology 14 Hoax Hoax An object or report designed to

simulate an IED, deliberately employed to cause disruption of normal activity and/or to identify CF TTPs. 15 Magnetic Attachment Magnetic Attachment A type of IED employment in which the device is attached to the target using magnets. 16 Underbelly IED Underbelly IED An type of IED in which the devices targets the undercarriage of a vehicle. 17 Cache Cache A facility or location where supplies are hidden or otherwise concealed and are not readily available. A Cache may consist of weapons or other equipment. 18 HME Home Made Explosives A combination of commercially available ingredients combined to create an explosive substance. 19 UBE Unknown Bulk Explosive A categorization used to define a quantity of explosive if there is insufficient evidence to determine if the explosives are of military, commercial, or homemade origin. 20 Secondary Device Secondary Device This is an additional device emplaced in the target area to attack individuals or vehicles after the initial event. Often employed to target first responders following an initial IED event. 21 Tertiary Device Tertiary Device This is an additional device emplaced in the target area to attack individuals or vehicles after the initial and secondary events. IED Attack Terminology 22 Complex Attack Complex Attack An attack that involves one or more IEDs, or an IED attack used in conjunction with direct or indirect SAF. 23 Effective Attack Effective Attack An attack which meets the assessed intent i.e. casualties, or damage to vehicles or infrastructure.

5 and 25s 5s TC Directs Conduct Fives All visual check around the vehicle. Look for anything out of ordinary. Ground level and above head height. If theres a threat move the vehicle. State Clear or IED + location, etc. 25s TC Directs Clear Crew checks ground and dismounts. Check around and under vehicle. Remain in cleared area and scan to 25m. Conduct physical check out to 25m. Look for anything out of the ordinary. Driver and Gunner in vehicle if possible. If theres a threat move the vehicle. The 5 Cs of Route Clearance 1. CONTROL SPACE AND TRAFFIC a. Immediately halt b. Scan for triggerman and secondary devices c. ID/search for possible sources of small arms fire/RPG d. Gunners remain low in turret e. Lead and trail vehicles move to a minimum 300 meters (METTTC) f. All vehicles conducts 5/25/500 meters checks 2. CORDON OFF THE SITE a. Lead/trail vehicles establish TCPs, cordon, and 360 degree security b. Conduct 5/25/500 meters checks at ICP and cordon positions c. Clear the area of all PAX and civilians to minimum of 300 meters d. Make maximum use of existing cover e. Black out vehicles at night to conceal security of vehicles 3. CONFIRM WITH IRAQI EOD or BUFFALO/ROBOT a. Call for Iraqi EOD, Police, and Army b. Call for the Law Enforcement Professional (LEP) and engineer support, if no support from Iraqi EOD 4. CONDUCT SEARCH FOR SECONDARY DEVICES a. ICP set up for follow-on cordon/SAF missions b. Provide 360 degree secure cordon, blocking vehicles and PAX c. Conduct 5/25/500 meters checks d. Randomly check personnel and clearing the area for devices e. Cordon Soldiers focus outward to provide protection f. Remain vigilant for escaping vehicles or personnel 5. CALL BATTALION WITH 9-LINE IED/UXO REPORT AND WAIT FOR EOD/SAF a. Upon confirmation , submit 9-Line IED/UXO Report b. Check for status of Local EOD, if not arrived c. Allow only emergency services to breach cordon (look for possible VBIED) d. Secure the cordon until Iraqi EOD declares all clear Vehicle Data VEH ID Registration #: Radio: Radio: DAGR: BFT: Services Due: VEH ID Registration #: Radio: N/A Radio: N/A

DAGR: N/A BFT: Services Due: VEH ID Registration #: Radio: N/A Radio: N/A DAGR: N/A BFT: Services Due: VEH ID Registration #: Radio: 0 Radio: DAGR: BFT: Services Due: Vehicle Data VEH ID Registration #: Radio: Radio: 00 DAGR: BFT: Services Due: VEH ID Registration #: Radio: N/A Radio: N/A DAGR: N/A BFT: Services Due: VEH ID Registration #: Radio: N/A Radio: N/A DAGR: N/A BFT: N/A Services Due: UNIT 1151 Data 1PT 1 H 2 PT 2 H 3 PT 3 H 4 PT 4 H 5 PT 5 H 6 PT 6 H TROOP LEADING PROCEDURES o RECEIVE THE MISSION o ISSUE THE WARNING ORDER o MAKE A TENTATIVE PLAN o START NECESSARY MOVEMENT o RECONNOITER o COMPLETE PLAN o

ISSUE THE COMPLETE PLAN o SUPERVISE IRAQI ARMY RANK STRUCTURE Order 1 (Highest Rank) Rank Field Marshal 2 General 3 Lieutenant General 4 Major General 5 Brigadier General 6 Colonel 7 Lieutenant Colonel 8 Major 9 Captain 10 1st Lieutenant 11 (Lowest rank) 2nd Lieutenant Insignia JULIAN DATE CALENDAR (LEAP YEAR 2008, 2012, 2016 etc) DAY JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC

DAY 1 001 032 061 092 122 153 183 214 245 275 306 336 1 2 002 033 062 093 123 154 184 215 246 276 307 337 2 3 003 034 063 094 124 155 185 216 247 277 308 338 3 248

278 309 339 4 4 004 035 064 095 125 156 186 217 5 005 036 065 096 126 157 187 218 249 279 310 340 5 6 006 037 066 097 127 158 188 219 250 280 311 341 6 7 007 038 067

098 128 159 189 220 251 281 312 342 7 8 008 039 068 099 129 160 190 221 252 282 313 343 8 9 009 040 069 100 130 161 191 222 253 283 314 344 9 10 010 041 070 101 131

162 192 223 254 284 315 345 10 11 011 042 071 102 132 163 193 224 255 285 316 346 11 12 012 043 072 103 133 164 194 225 256 286 317 347 12 13 013 044 073 104 134 165 195 226

257 287 318 348 13 14 014 045 074 105 135 166 196 227 258 288 319 349 14 15 015 046 075 106 136 167 197 228 259 289 320 350 15 16 016 047 076 107 137 168 198 229 260 290

321 351 16 17 017 048 077 108 138 169 199 230 261 291 322 352 17 18 018 049 078 109 139 170 200 231 262 292 323 353 18 19 019 050 079 110 140 171 201 232 263 293 324 354 19

20 020 051 080 111 141 172 202 233 264 294 325 355 20 21 021 052 081 112 142 173 203 234 265 295 326 356 21 22 022 053 082 113 143 174 204 235 266 296 327 357 22 23 023

054 083 114 144 175 205 236 267 297 328 358 23 24 024 055 084 115 145 176 206 237 268 298 329 359 24 25 025 056 085 116 146 177 207 238 269 299 330 360 25 26 026 057 086 117

147 178 208 239 270 300 331 361 26 27 027 058 087 118 148 179 209 240 271 301 332 362 27 28 028 059 088 119 149 180 210 241 272 302 333 363 28 060 181 211 242 273 303 334

364 29 274 304 335 365 30 366 31 29 029 089 120 150 30 030 090 121 151 31 031 091 152 182 212 243 213 244 305 JULIAN DATE CALENDAR (PERPETUAL) DAY JAN FEB 1 001 032 2 002 033 3 003 034 062 4

004 035 MAR DAY 305 335 1 306 336 2 276 307 337 3 216 247 277 308 338 4 060 091 121 152 182 213 061 092 122 153 183 214 093 123 154 184 215 094 124 155 JUL DEC MAY 063 JUN

AUG APR 185 SEP OCT NOV 244 274 245 275 246 5 005 036 064 095 125 156 186 217 248 278 309 339 5 6 006 037 065 096 126 157 187 218 249 279 310 340 6 7 007 038 188 219

250 280 311 341 7 281 312 342 8 066 097 127 158 8 008 039 067 098 128 159 189 220 251 9 009 040 068 099 129 160 190 221 252 282 313 343 9 10 010 041 069 100 130 161 191

222 253 283 314 344 10 11 011 042 070 101 131 162 192 223 254 284 315 345 11 285 316 346 12 12 012 043 071 102 13 013 044 072 103 14 014 045 073 104 132 163 193 224 255

133 164 194 225 256 286 317 347 13 165 195 226 257 287 318 348 14 288 319 134 15 015 046 074 105 135 166 196 227 258 349 15 16 016 047 075 106 136 167 197 228 259 289 320 350

16 290 321 17 017 048 076 107 137 168 198 229 260 351 17 18 018 049 077 108 138 169 199 230 261 291 322 352 18 19 019 050 078 109 139 170 200 231 262 292 323 353 19 20

020 051 079 110 140 171 201 232 263 293 324 354 20 21 021 052 080 111 141 172 202 233 264 294 325 355 21 22 022 053 081 112 142 173 203 234 265 295 326 356 22 23 023 054 082

113 235 266 296 327 357 23 297 328 358 24 143 174 204 24 024 055 083 114 144 175 205 236 267 25 025 056 084 115 145 176 206 237 268 298 329 359 25 26 026 057 085 116 146

177 207 238 269 299 330 360 26 27 027 058 086 117 147 178 208 239 270 300 331 361 27 28 028 059 087 118 148 179 209 240 271 301 332 362 28 088 119 149 180 210 241 272 302 333

363 29 150 181 211 242 273 303 334 364 30 212 243 365 31 29 029 30 030 089 31 031 090 120 151 304 M4 RIFLE (5.56mm) Unloading and Clearing Procedures 1. Orient weapon in a safe direction. 2. Remove the magazine from the weapon. 3. Attempt to place weapon selector lever on SAFE. 4. Lock bolt to rear (ensure weapon is on SAFE. 5. Inspect the receiver and chamber to ensure no ammunition is present. 6. With NO ammunition in the chamber or receiver, allow the bolt to go forward. 7. Aim weapon into clearing container, rotate selector lever to SEMI, and squeeze the trigger. 8. Charge weapon once. 9. Place selector lever to safe. M9 Semiautomatic Pistol (9mm) Unloading and Clearing Procedures 1. Orient weapon in a safe direction. 2. Place decocking/safety on safe. 3. Depress the magazine release button and remove the magazine.

4. Grasp the slide narrations and fully retract the slide to remove the chambered cartridge. 5. Lock the slide to the rear, using the slide stop, and visually inspect chamber to ensure it is empty. 6. Release the slide STOP to allow the slide to return fully to the forward position. 7. Place weapon on FIRE. 8. Squeeze trigger. 9. Place weapon on safe. M240B Machine Gun (7.62mm) Unloading and Clearing Procedures WARNING: DO NOT INSTALL OR REMOVE A LOADED WEAPON FROM A MOUNTING BRACKET 1. Orient weapon in a safe direction. 2. Ensure weapon is on SAFE. NOTE: If the bolt is in the forward position place the weapon FIRE. Pull the cocking handle to the rear, locking the bolt to the rear. Place the weapon on SAFE. 3. Push in latches to open cover assembly. 4. Remove ammunition belt. 5. Check the feed tray. a. Lift the feed tray and inspect the chamber. b. Check the space between the face of the bolt and the chamber, to include the space under the bolt and operating rod assembly. 6. Close feed tray and feed tray cover. 7. Place safety on FIRE. 8. Pull and hold charger handle assembly to rear, pull trigger and ease bolt forward to close and lock. CODE OF CONDUCT I I. am an American, fighting in the forces which guard my country and our way of life. I am prepared to give my life in their defense II I will never surrender of my own free will. If in command, I will never surrender the members of my command while they still have the means to resist. III If I am captured, I will continue to resist by all means available. I will make every effort to escape and aid others to escape. I will accept neither parole nor special favors from the enemy. IV If I become a prisoner of war, I will keep faith with my fellow prisoners. I will give no information or take part in any action which might be harmful to my comrades. If I am senior, I will take command. If not, I will obey the lawful orders of those appointed over me and will back them up in every way. V When questioned, should I become a prisoner of war, I am requires to give name, rank, service number and date of birth. I will evade answering further questions to the utmost of my ability. I will make no oral or written statements disloyal to my country and its allies or harmful to their cause. VI I will never forget that I am an American, fighting for freedom, responsible for my actions, and dedicated to the principles which made my country free. I will trust in my God and in the United States of America. PROMOTION CRITERIA RANK ACCELERATED NORMAL

PVT TO PV2 4-6 MONTHS TIS PV2 TO PFC 6-12 MONTHS TIS 12 MONTHS TIS 4 MONTHS TIG WAIVERABLE PFC TO SPC 12 MONTHS TIS 3 MONTHS TIG 26 MONTHS TIS 6 MONTHS TIG 3 MONTHS TIG WAIVERABLE RANK SECONDARY ZONE PRIMARY ZONE 6 MONTHS TIS SPC TO SGT 18 M0NTHS TIG 8 MONTHS TIS 1/2 WAIVERABLE 36 MONTHS TIS 8 MONTHS TIG 1/2 WAIVERABLE SGT TO SSG 60 MONTHS TIS 10 MONTHS TIG 1/2 WAIVERABLE 84 MONTHS TIS 10 MONTHS TIG 1/2 WAIVERABLE NOTE: IF A SOLDIER IS IN THE PRIMARY ZONE FOR CONSIDERATION FOR PROMOTION TO THE NEXT HIGHER GRADE, AND IS NOT GOING TO BE SELECTED / APPEAR BEFORE THE PROMOTION BOARD, IT IS MANDITORY THAT THE SOLDIER BE COUNSELED IN WRITING ON THE REASON WHY HE/SHE IS NOT GETTING PROMOTED / APPEARING BEFORE THE BOARD. IT MUST INCLUDE POSSIBLE WAYS TO CORRECT THE PROBLEM, SO THAT THE SOLDIER CAN APPEAR AS SOON AS THE PROBLEMS ARE CORRECTED. ALL THIS MUST BE IN DOCUMENTED ON A DA FORM 4856. UNIFORM CODE OF MILITARY JUSTICE PVT TO SPC SGT TO SGM YES YES YES 14 DAYS (1) 14 DAYS (1) 60 DAYS 60 DAYS

EXTRA DUTIES 14 DAYS (1) 14 DAYS (1) 45 DAYS 45 DAYS CORRECTIONAL CUSTODY 7 DAYS (2&3) NO 30 DAYS NO FOREFITURE OF PAY 7 DAYS 7 DAYS 1/2 PAY FOR 2 MONTHS 1/2 PAY FOR 2 MONTHS REDUCTION IN RANK REDUCE ONE GRADE NO ONE GRADE IF IN PROMOTION AUTHORITY ONE OR MORE LOWER GRADES PVT TO SPC SGT TO SGM ADMONITION REPREMAND YES RESTRICTION COMMANDING OFFICER

COMPANY GRADE FIELD GRADE (1) RESTRICTION AND EXTRA DUTY MAY BE COMBINED, BUT IN SUCH A CASE, THE TOTAL MAY NOT EXCEED THE MAXIMUM ALLOWED FOR EXTRA DUTY. (2) ENLISTED SOLDIERS WITH A PAY GRADE OF SPC MAY NOT BE PLACED IN CORRECTIONAL CUSTODY, BUT IF THEIR RANK IS REDUCED TO A PAY GRADE OF PFC THEY MAY BE PLACED IN CORRECTIONAL CUSTODY AS A PART OF THE SAME PUNISHMENT. (3) ENLISTED SOLDIERS WITH A PAY GRADE OF PVT TO SPC MAY BE CONFINED FOR 3 DAYS ON BREAD AND WATER WHEN EMBARKED OR ATTACHED TO A VESSEL. (4) THE PROMOTION AUTHORITY FOR PAY GRADE SFC TO SGM RESTS WITH HQ DA;AR 600-200 (PARA 7-36) PROHIBITS REDUCTION IN RANK FOR MISCONDUCT OF SOLDIERS IN THESE PAY GRADES. PUNITIVE ARTICLES OF THE UCMJ Article 77 - Principals. Article 78 - Accessory after the fact. Article 79 - Conviction of lesser included offense. Article 80 - Attempts. Article 81 - Conspiracy. Article 82 - Solicitation. Article 83 - Fraudulent enlistment, appointment, or separation. Article 84 - Unlawful enlistment, appointment, or separation. Article 85 - Desertion. Article 86 - Absence without leave. Article 87 - Missing movement. Article 88 - Contempt toward officials. Article 89 - Disrespect toward superior commissioned officer. Article 90 - Assaulting or willfully disobeying superior commissioned officer. Article 91 - Insubordinate conduct toward warrant officer, noncommissioned officer, or petty officer. Article 92 - Failure to obey order or regulation. Article 93 - Cruelty and maltreatment. Article 94 - Mutiny or sedition. Article 95 - Resistance, flight, breach of arrest, and escape. Article 96 - Releasing prisoner without proper authority. Article 97 - Unlawful detention. Article 98 - Noncompliance with procedural rules. Article 99 - Misbehavior before the enemy. Article 100 - Subordinate compelling surrender. Article 101 - Improper use of countersign. Article 102 - Forcing a safeguard. Article 103 - Captured or abandoned property. Article 104 - Aiding the enemy. Article 105 - Misconduct as prisoner. Article 106 - Spies. Article 106a - Espionage. PUNITIVE ARTICLES OF THE UCMJ Article 107 - False official statements. Article 108 - Military property of United States--Loss, damage, destruction, or wrongful disposition. Article 109 - Property other than military property of United States--Waste, spoilage, or destruction. Article 110 - Improper hazarding of vessel. Article 111 - Drunken or reckless operation of a vehicle, aircraft, or vessel. Article 112 - Drunk on duty. Article 112a - Wrongful use, possession, etc., of controlled substances. Article 113 - Misbehavior of sentinel. Article 114 - Dueling. Article 115 - Malingering. Article 116 - Riot or breach of peace. Article 117 - Provoking speeches or gestures. Article 118 - Murder. Article 119 - Manslaughter. Article 120 - Rape and carnal knowledge. Article 121 - Larceny and wrongful appropriation. Article 122 - Robbery. Article 123 - Forgery. Article 123a - Making, drawing, or uttering check, draft, or

order without sufficient funds. Article 124 - Maiming. Article 125 - Sodomy. Article 126 - Arson. Article 127 - Extortion. Article 128 - Assault. Article 129 - Burglary. Article 130 - Housebreaking. Article 131 - Perjury. Article 132 - Frauds against the United States. Article 133 - Conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman. PUNITIVE ARTICLES OF THE UCMJ Article 134 - General article - See below. -Abusing public animal. -Adultery. -Assault, indecent. -Assault, w/ intent to murder, rape, etc. -Bigamy. -Bribery & graft. -Burning w/ intent to defraud. -Check, worthless, making & uttering. -Cohabitation, wrongful. -Debt, dishonorable failure to pay. -Disloyal statements. -Disorderly conduct, drunkenness. -Drinking liquor w/ prisoner. -Drunk prisoner. -Drunkenness, incapacitation for duty. -False or unauthorized pass. -False pretenses, obtaining services under. -False swearing. -Firearm, discharging through negligence. -Firearm, willfully discharging, endangering life. -Fleeing scene of accident. -Fraternization. -Gambling w/ subordinate. -Homicide, negligent. -Impersonating Officer, WO, NCO, or official. -Indecent acts or liberties w/ child. -Indecent exposure. -Indecent language. -Indecent acts w/ another. -Jumping from vessel into water. -Kidnapping. -Mail: taking, opening, destroying, stealing. -Mail: depositing obscene matters in. -Misprision of serious offense. -Obstructing justice. -Wrongful interference admin proceeding. -Pandering & prostitution. -Perjury, subomation. -Public record: altering, destroying, etc. -Quarantine: medical, breaking. -Restriction, breaking. -Abusing public animal. -Adultery. -Assault, indecent. -Assault, w/ intent to murder, rape, etc. -Bigamy. -Bribery & graft. -Seizure of property: preventing. -Sentinel or lookout: offenses against or by. -Soliciting another to commit an offense. -Stolen property: knowing receipt, etc. -Straggling. -Testify: wrongful refusal. -Threat or hoax: bomb. -Threat, communicating. -Unlawful entry. -Weapon, concealed carrying. -Wearing unauthorized insignia, badge, etc. Friendly Polite Phrases: - Hello (peace be with you) es-salaam a-lay-kum

- Hello (response to above: peace be with you too) wa alay-kum es-salaam - Hello mar-haba - Nice to meet you/welcome ah-lan wa sah-lan - Goodbye ma es-salaama - Please bala zah-me OR min fahd-lek - Thank you shookran - Youre welcome af-wan - How are you? shlo-nak? - I am fine zain - What is your name? shinoo ismak? - My name is. ismee - I am sorry ana assef - Excuse me/I need your attention lo sa-mah-t Family Life: - Yes naam - No laa - Do you live here? - Is this your house/apartment? - Do you have children? - How many? - Are these your children? - Were you born here? - Are you from this? Town Village County - Is this your..? -father -brother -son -Is this your (feminine).? -mother -sister -daughter inta tus-koon hinana? ha-tha baytek/shu-qak? indak awlad (juhal)? ish gad? ha-theni awladak (juhalak)? inta mawlood hi-name? inta min hal? madeena qareea muhafatha ha-tha..? abook akhook ibnak hathee..? omak oktak bintak Friends: -I am your friend. -You are my friend. -Dont be afraid -Where is the bathroom? -Neighbor ana sadeeqak inta sadeeqee la ta-khawf Wavin ill hemmom jar Respectful Personal Titles: -(to address) an elderly man -(to address) an elderly woman -Sir Seedy -Maam

Sit-tee Haj Hajia Numbers: - One - Two - Three - Four - Five - Six - Seven - Eight - Nine - Ten - Eleven - Twelve - Thirteen - Twenty - Thirty - Forty - Fifty - One Hundred - One Thousand - More than - Less than wahed lithnain thalatheh arbaah khamsah sit-tah sa-bah tha-ma-niah ti-saah ash-arah ih-dash ith-nash thalath-tash ishreen thalatheen arbeen khamseen meeyah alf akthar min aqal min Weather: - Yesterday - Today - Tomorrow - Sunny - Cloudy - Rain - Windy - How is the weather? el barha el-yom book-ra me-sha-mess mekh-yem ma-ter reeh Kayf al-jow? Medical Phrases: - How old are you? - Are you sick? - Where do you hurt? - I need a doctor. - Medicine. - Help me chem om-rak? anta ma-ree-da? wayin tit-e-lem eh-taj dek-tor da-wa sa idnee Geographical Directions: - Can you show me? rawnee? - Which direction did they go? la wayin rahao?

- North shmal -South janoob - East shark - West gharb - Left shmal/yi-sar - Right yemeen - Is it far? hu baeed - How many kilometers to.? chem. kilometer ila? - Where do you come from? inta min wayin? - Show me where you found that. raw-nee wayin alga ha-tha Basic Questions: - Do you speak English - Do you understand? - I dont understand - What? - What color is it? - Who - Who is in charge? - Where? - Where is the.? - How? - How much is? - How many are there? - Why? - Do you have..? - Do you need? - Can you help me find? - Can you get me a.? - At what time/when? the-chee englizi? da tif-ti-him? ani ma da af-ti-him shi-noo? shi-noo loan-ha? minoo minoo al mas-ool wayin? wayin el? kayf? sh-gad il.? kam ako? OR ish gad? lesh? endak? tih-taj? tigdar tsa ednee alga? tigdar t-he-asil lee.? shwakit? Helpful Words: - Good - Bad - Food - Water - Hot - Cold - Coffee - Tea - very much - a lot - a little - this/that zain mu zain a-kel my har bar-rid qa-ha-wa chai huwayeh chitheer shwaiyee hatha/ak Force Protection: - Did you see what happened? - Do they have any of these?

- Show me where you found that Inta sheft shinoo sar? Maahoom shee min hathenni? rawnee wayin legait ha-thak Weapons: - Hand Gun - Rifle - Machine Gun - Hand Grenade - Bomb - Mine - Ammunition - Missile - RPG mu-sad-das bun-doo-qeea rash-ash romana/qumbula qum-bu-la loghum thakheera sarookh ar-pee-jay ID People: - How many were there? - Can you identify them? - Height - Weight - Does he wear glasses? shugad a-dad-hum? tigdar titaraf alayhum? it-tool il-wazin hu yelbas manatheer Commands: - Stop! - Dont move - Lower your hands - Turn around - Drop your weapons - Move - Hands up - Move slowly - Come here - No talking - Walk forward - Surrender - Come with me - Calm down - Dont resist - Form a line - Stay where you are - One at a time aw-ga-foo! la ti-ta-har-ra-koo naz-lu ed-ai-kum doo-roo li wara the-boo slah-kum tha-ra-koo ir-fawu ed-ai-kum itharakoo ala kaifkum taal huna-heh la tehchi/titkalam it-gad-amoo salem naf-sak taaloo wu-ya-ya ala kay-fak la tu-ga-wem aw-ga-foo bes-saf ib-goo ma-kan-kum wahed wahed Vehicle/personnel search: - Please step out of car - Do you have any weapons? - Stand over there - Put your hands over your head - Open all the doors, trunk - You must be searched - Can he/she please search you? - Arms out! - Please put your arms out

- Legs apart - Move your car in-zel min as sayarah wuyak see-lah aw-gaf hi-nak edayk foug ra-sek eftah al-aboab, wel dabeh lazem in fatshak mumken howa/heeya itfat-shak slahkum libara idaykum libara baid rijlak an baeed harek sayartek Days of the Week: - Sunday - Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday - Friday - Saturday el-a-head el-ithnain el-the-la-the el-ar-baya el-kha-mees el-jooma e-sabt Months of the Year: - January - February - March - April - May - June - July - August - September - October - November - December ye-nay-ar fib-ra-yer marss abreel ma-yo yoo-niyoo yool-ya augus-tus seb-tem-ber ek-to-ber no-fem-ber dee-see-ber

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