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    U.S. ARMY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT CENTER AND SCHOOL LP WVBN-25BAMEDD NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS ACADEMY 0196BASIC NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER COURSE

    LESSON TITLE: Battle Focused Training:

    THIS LESSON IS USED IN THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

    COURSE NUMBER(S) COURSE TITLE(S)

    6-8-C40 Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course

    SECTION I. -ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

    TASK(S) TAUGHT OR SUPPORTED:

    TASK NUMBER TASK TITLE

    400-022-5301 Assess Team/Individual Training.

    400-022-5302 Select Team Leader and Soldier Tasks thatSupport Squad Collective Tasks.

    400-022-5303 Plan Squad/Section Level Training.400-022-5304 Execute Squad/Section Level Training.

    TASK(S) REINFORCED:

    TASK NUMBER TASK TITLE

    400-022-5305 Conduct a Squad/Section Level After ActionReview (AAR).

    ACADEMIC HOURS: PEACETIME MOBILIZATIONHOURS /TYPE HOURS/TYPE

    TYPE OF INSTRUCTION 2.0 hrs SGI5.5 hrs/PE3.5 hr /TVT

    TEST N/ATOTAL 8.0 hrs

    TESTING: N/A -Practical Exercise solutions willbe presented and discussed in class. Common Leader Combat Skills(CLCS) tasks which are trained during the scheduled supplementaltraining will be evaluated during FTX.

    REVIEW OF TEST RESULTS: N/A

    PREREQUISITE LESSON(S): T301, Battle Focused Training, andFTX Overview

    CLEARANCE AND ACCESS: UNCLASSIFIED

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    REFERENCES:

    ARTEP 8-057-30-MTP, Mission Training Plan for the MedicalCompany,Main Support Battalion, Heavy Division June 89.FM 25-101, Battle Focused Training, Sep 90.TC 25-30, A Leaders Guide to Company Training Meetings,Apr 94.

    STUDENT STUDY ASSIGNMENTS: Complete PE #1 Handout received in FTXOverview prior to class, review ARTEP 8-057-30-MTP and notes onT301. Read TC 25-30, Appendix B.

    INSTRUCTOR REQUIREMENTS: SGL taught lesson

    ADDITIONAL SUPPORT PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS: None

    EQUIPMENT REQUIRED FOR THE INSTRUCTION: Videocassette Player,1/2; Television Monitor; Videotape A0718-VTC-854-00001, WhereTraining Really Begins. 1/2 hour.

    MATERIALS REQUIRED FOR THE INSTRUCTION:

    INSTRUCTOR MATERIALS: LP, 4 blank weekly training schedules forPE #3 (one for each mini group).

    STUDENT MATERIALS: Completed PE #1 Handout received in FTXOverview, PE #2, #3. Supplementary Reading #1

    CLASSROOM, TRAINING AREA, AND RANGE REQUIREMENTS:Classroom suitable for 16 students.

    AMMUNITION REQUIREMENTS: None

    INSTRUCTIONAL GUIDANCE: This lesson is designed to provide AMEDDflavoring to the Battle Focused Training (M306) class taughtduring CLT. The students will develop a training schedule thatreflects FTX supplemental training. This supplemental trainingschedule will be turned in to the SGL for approval NLT 1 dayafter this class is taught. Supplemental training will beconducted during NON-POI time. This lesson is locally designed,but TRADOC mandated.Since many months have passed since CLT training this lessonincludes a 2 hour review. The sequence of training is as follows:

    PE #1 distributed in FTX overview class with instructions tocomplete as homework bring to class.

    Begin class with 2 hour review.

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    Return to this LP do PE #2 and #3.

    PROPONENT LESSON PLAN APPROVAL AUTHORITY:

    NAME RANK POSITION DATE

    PAULETTE DUNLAP CSM CMDT, AMEDD NCO ACADEMY JAN 96

    SECTION II. -INTRODUCTION

    TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE: Perform squad/section levelbranch-flavored training tasks.

    NOTE: Read the following terminal learning objective statementto the students.

    At the completion of this lesson you (the student) will:

    Perform squad/section level branch-flavored trainingtasks IAW FM 25-101; T301, Battle Focused Training.

    MOTIVATOR: The tasks you perform will not only prepare you forperformance in your unit but will also aid in preparing you forpersonal evaluations which will be conducted during the FTX. Eachof you will be evaluated on a minimum on 3 common leader combatskills.

    SAFETY REQUIREMENTS: NoneRISK ASSESSMENT LEVEL: Low

    ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS: None

    EVALUATION: Practical Exercise solutions will be presented anddiscussed in class. Tasks taught in supplemental training will beevaluated during the FTX.

    INSTRUCTIONAL LEAD-IN: Squad/section leader training taskswere presented during the CLT lesson Battle Focused Training.During this lesson you will build on what you learned and performbranchflavored training tasks. Since it has been some time sinceyou had CLT we will begin with a review.

    SECTION III.-

    PRESENTATION

    Enabling Learning Objectives (ELOs):

    1. Assess soldier, subordinate leader, andcollective

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    task proficiency at squad level.

    2. Provide squad/section training requirements at aplatoon training meeting using squad/section assessments.

    3. Select squad collective tasks that supportplatoon tasks.

    4. Plan squad/section training.5. Select individual tasks that support squad

    collective tasks.6. Conduct an after action review (AAR) at squad

    level.

    INSTRUCTOR NOTE: Turn to review. After completion return to thispoint and do practical exercises.

    INSTRUCTOR NOTE: The practical exercises which follow requirethe students to perform actions similar to those they will

    perform in the unit. The learning activity exercises are designedto apply the exercises already performed in the CLT lesson andshould have been scheduled to fit that way.

    For the exercises, you should divide the class into groups offour persons each and assign the exercises as a grouprequirement.

    This will facilitate information transfer between students andmake better use of the time available. Rotate students for thebriefing opportunities.

    INSTRUCTOR NOTE: Divide class into groups of 4. Have students

    make a matrix for their group training needs based on PE #1(individual training needs. Discuss in class. Allow 30 minutesfor this exercise.

    INSTRUCTOR NOTE: Pass out one copy of PE-2, Supporting TaskList Development, to each student. Remind them that this is acontinuation of what they did during PE #1 in CLT. Divide classinto groups of 4 and inform the students that they will have 30minutes to complete the requirements working as a group. After 30minutes, have a student from each group briefly present itssolution to the class. Then pass out SPE-2 and assist thestudents in resolving any differences between their mini-groups

    solution and SPE-2. Approximately 70 minutes.

    INSTRUCTOR NOTE:Approximately 200 minutesINSTRUCTOR NOTE: State the following: You have each determinedthe tasks in which you need additional training, but before welook at them lets look at the leader book.

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    INSTRUCTOR NOTE: The information on leader book is not in astudent SR, so they may need coaching.

    QUESTION: What is a leader book?

    ANSWER: The leader book is a tool maintained by leaders at alllevels for recording and tracking soldier proficiency on mission-related tasks.

    QUESTION: What is recorded in the leader book?

    ANSWER: Leaders record information addressing administrativesoldier data, company METL/PLT supporting collective task listwith assessments, CTT proficiency, essential soldier taskproficiency, and unit collective task proficiency.

    QUESTION: How many use one/have one on your soldiers?

    ANSWER: (Asked to get them to personalize use of the book)

    QUESTION: What format is used for the leader book?

    ANSWER: Units should develop and use their own format based ondesired information. A sample which we will use is shown on pagesB-5 and B-6 in FM 25-101.

    INSTRUCTOR NOTE: Pass out one copy of PE-3, PlanningSection Training, to each student. Remind them that they areactually beginning the process of preparing a training scheduleto train-up for the FTX.

    Each group will review PE-l, Personal Training NeedsAssessment, and determine the collective tasks which will trainthe individual tasks indicated. The results will be listed on thesample leader book pages for use in a training committee meeting.

    One student in each group should be prepared to brief the mini-group training needs at the training meeting by presenting thefollowing:

    1. Tasks requiring training, by priority.2. How the tasks are to be trained.

    3. Resources needed to train tasks.4. Time needed to train each task.

    INSTRUCTOR NOTE: Show videotape Where the Training ReallyBegins. 30 minutes.

    INSTRUCTOR NOTE: As SGL:5

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    1. Conduct a training committee meeting with the entire

    small group to determine the supplemental training needed. Use

    agenda guidelines for company training meeting IAW FM 25-101,p. 3-30.

    2. Have a student from each mini-group brief on

    training needs determined.

    3. Set up a schedule for the supplementary training,

    ensuring that students are assigned for leading each training

    session. Provide copies of Weekly Unit Training Schedule form

    for students to list schedule developed.

    4. Assign a submission date for assessments after

    completion of supplemental training and assessment

    opportunities.

    SECTION III. -SUMMARY

    During this lesson we have performed training tasks that we

    will perform in our units. In addition we have developed your

    supplemental training plans.

    You now have tasks for supplemental training and have

    scheduled training and assessment periods. The final evaluation

    will be the ind