The procedures to implement supply control, item accounting, and transaction reporting are contained in Department of the Army (DA) Pamphlet (Pam) 2. DA Pam 25––2 Security Procedures for Controlled Cryptographic Items. ( Cited in para 2–) DA Pam –56 Logistics Supportability Planning and. DA Pam 25––2 Security Standards for Controlled Cryptographic Items. (Cited in para 3–) DA Pam –51 Risk Analysis for Army Property. (Cited in.
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Observe work flow to ensure item is assigned to appropriate paam and repair person. All open maintenance requests must be checked with the supporting maintenance facility.
This column lists the task title for each task in the subject area. CTTs are hands-on tests used to evaluate proficiency on common tasks. Evaluated site and route suitability by using physical reconnaissance. Enforced quality control procedures.
Periodically, soldiers should ask their supervisor or another soldier to check their performance to ensure that they can perform the tasks.
Does the potential site provide adequate camouflage and concealment? This task can be performed in a field environment. This is done by providing supported activities with serviceable replacements from ORF when like items of equipment cannot be repaired or modified in time to meet operational requirements.
Review an award recommendation for errors. In Column a, enter the performance measure numbers from the task summary. Evaluate potential sites by physical reconnaissance. Section I lists subject area numbers and titles used throughout the MTP.
Doughboy Vocabulary – Southwest Center for Educational. Task summaries outline wartime performance requirements for each critical task in the STP. In Column b, enter the performance measure corresponding to the number in Column a you may abbreviate this information if necessary. Identified malicious logic and how it enters into systems. Entered data on missile equipment that was NMC at the close of the reporting period in Part 3.
The Evaluation Preparation Section indicates necessary modifications to task performance in order to train and evaluate a task that cannot be trained to the wartime standard under wartime conditions.
Review production control procedures. Assets to consider include: As a minimum, task summaries include information soldiers must know and skills they must perform to standard for each task. Identified requirements for administrative separations. Therefore, the MTP should be used as a guide for conducting unit training and not a rigid standard. Enter the task title and digit number from the STP task summary.
Senior Maintenance Management 2.
They are also responsible for maintaining performance of all common tasks listed in the SMCTs at their current skill level and below.
Each part is designed to assist the commander in preparing 25380-2 unit training plan that satisfies integration, crosstraining, training-up, and sustainment training requirements for soldiers in this MOS. It contains an MOS training plan providing information needed to plan, conduct, and evaluate unit training, one of the most important jobs of military leaders.
Read across the rows for each task to determine the training status of all soldiers. This publication is the soldier’s primary reference to prepare for a commander’s evaluation of MOS-specific tasks. Coordinated on-site maintenance training. Reviewed entries on personnel evaluations for errors. In the event the most current publications are not on hand, they will be placed on order. Other intangibles must be considered when managing support. Production methods in a maintenance unit include the onsite, bay shop, bench shop, 25380-2 production line methods.
Notes provide additional supportive explanations or tips relating to task performance. Chap 7 Test essays.
SOLDIER’S MANUAL and TRAINER’S GUIDE
This section identifies specific actions that the soldier must accomplish to complete the task successfully. Enter the date pwm before evaluating the soldier’s task performance. Ensure the on-hand quantity and quantity on the HR match. Locally reproduce the partially completed form when evaluating 25-38-02 than one soldier on the task or when evaluating the same soldier more than once. Drive or ride to selected site.
This column indicates the recommended frequency at which the tasks should be trained to ensure soldiers maintain task proficiency.
Checked the demand supported shop stock records for the number of records within the control period and other considerations. Compare the number of performance measures the soldier passes and, if applicable, which ones against the task standards specified in the task summary. Ensured ORF items were exchanged on a one-for-one basis. Planned logistics support for maintenance operations that anticipates requirements for personnel, equipment, repair parts, and the effective use of these resources.
SOLDIER’S MANUAL and TRAINER’S GUIDE
Maintained and issued ORF equipment in accordance with required references. Prepare DA Form or equivalent in two copies to subhand-receipt property. This column lists, by numerical key see Section Ithe subject areas a soldier must be proficient in to perform in that duty position.
Directed the repair of unserviceable ORF assets. Identified and coordinated required support maintenance. This is necessary because each duty position has different training requirements.