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    tonianne

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    24 Feb FTP

    Post  tonianne on Wed Feb 25, 2009 1:15 am

    In FTP, we went over some of the main points of the Airman's Manual that we should definitely know for Field Training. I would say read the entire airman's manual, be familiar where everything is, and definitely memorize the following:

    AIRMAN’S MANUAL EMPHASIS

    The following are sections of the Airman’s Manual that you should be especially familiar with:

    Section 1 – Staying Ready
    - Mobility Bags p. 5

    Section 2 – Deploy
    - Rules of Engagement (ROE) p. 12
    - Law of Armed Conflict (LOAC) p. 13  I added this. I really think we should know his
    - Force Protection Condition (FPCON) p. 19
    - Mission Oriented Protective Posture (MOPP) p. 27

    Section 3 – Employment
    - Arrival at Deployment Location p. 38
    - The Improvised Explosive Devise (IED) p. 42
    - Deployable Shelters p. 51
    - Food Consumption p. 58
    - Camouflage, Concealment, and Blackout p. 63
    - Defensive Fighting Position (DFP) p. 65
    - Command and Control p. 70
    - Field Communications p. 72
    - Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Measures p. 73

    Section 4 – Flight
    - Basically, everything except the Weapons-Skills-Pistol/M9 stuff, which they’ll teach you there. It doesn’t hurt to just read it!

    Section 6 – Survive
    - Alarm Black-Attack Is Over, Initiate Base Recovery p. 126
    - Post Attack Reconnaissance p.126
    - Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) p. 128
    - Shelter-In-Place p. 150
    - Casualty Collection p. 176
    - Basic Lifesaving Steps p. 177
    - All that heat/cold/injury stuff p. 183-189
    - Rights as a Prisoner of War p. 190
    - Code of Conduct p. 193

    IED Reporting and Evacuation p. 205



    I hope this is helpful for your studying. In addition, go to LLAB discussion and you'll find maggie and i outlined some of this material for you Smile.

    Also, for the different MOPP levels here's a key phrase to remember the uniforms: suits, boots, masks, gloves.
    You will be faced w/ impossible tasks w/ impossible time limits.
    Report into flight as a detail in order to save time: Example - "C/Dalida, request permission to fall detail into the flight."

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