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  1. CS CHAMBER

  2. Task: Conduct annual mask confidence exercise with assigned protective mask Condition: Given CBRN CS Chamber (VIC PJ 855305) standard CS Tablets, five Chemical Operations Specialists (74D), assigned M40 protective mask, and all necessary material. Standards: Ensure all Soldiers are familiar with the proper wear and PMCS of their protective masks. Successfully complete a series of exercises designed to stress the Soldier and the seal of their protective mask and ensure they are able to break and reseal their mask in a contaminated environment.

  3. Purpose:Given a simulated CBRN combat environment, individual combat equipment, utilize the M40 Protective Mask Method: Soldiers will be supervised while conducting PMCS on their assigned Protective mask. Once complete, Soldiers will have nine seconds to don their mask. Then, a CBRN NCO will verify the seal on the mask. The CBRN NCO will monitor for one minute, for any fogging on the lens. Then the Soldiers will enter the CS Chamber and conduct various movements and exercises. They will stop breathing, break the seal, clear and seal. Then wait to be released from inside the chamber by the CBRN NCO.

  4. Execution:Five Chemical Operations Specialists (74D) and one OIC observe, assist and regulate the PMCS, donning, and training of all personnel attending the training. • Phase I: Soldiers supervisors trained Soldiers on Masking Procedures and correct PMCS. This training provides Soldiers technical knowledge to enable successful reaction in a CBRN environment. • Phase II: CS Chamber Execution. CS Chamber are executed 20 and 21 OCT 08 at CS Chamber from 0900-1700hrs.

  5. Execution Timeline ALL Range Days 0615 – 0630: Vehicle Prep 0630 – 0700: OIC/RSO, Range Detail, and Medic MVMT to CS Chamber 0700 – 0930: Area Setup 0730 – 0830: Soldiers eat breakfast at DFAC 0845 – 0900: Soldiers linkup with ___ at ____ 0900 – 0930: Soldiers MVMT to Range via LMTV 0930 – 0945: Safety Brief 0945 – 1200: Execute training (Day 1:) (Day 2:) 1200 – 1300: Chow (MRE) 1300 – 1600: Execute training (Day 1:) (Day 2:) 1600 – 1700: Area Cleanup, Recovery, and Clearing 1700 – 1730: MVMT of all Soldiers to ____ MVMT of all Personnel/Equipment to ______ 1730 – UTC: Vehicle and Equipment Recovery

  6. Execution (Additional Info) • Vehicle Staging Area All vehicles are prepared for movement with five cases of MREs and ten full water cans. • Chamber Staging and Final Seal Check All Personnel are accounted for and receive a Safety Brief upon arrival at site. No one is cleared to leave unless OIC/RSO are notified. This area will always have an NCO present to maintain security and accountability. Prior to any personnel entering the chamber, OIC/RSO receive a headcount of personnel at CS chamber. OIC/ RSO give go ahead only once all personnel numbers are accounted. • CS Chamber Soldiers initiate all movements under the guidance and command of CBRN Cadre. OIC/ RSO oversee all actions.

  7. Concurrent Training Instructor Training_______________________ PMCS Protective Mask React to CBRN attack Detect using M8/M9 Paper Unmasking Procedures Drinking water with Mask Employment of Chemical Markers CS Chamber NCO

  8. Men, Weapons, and Equipment • CLASS V: Total • Explosives Total CS Tablets 30ea VEHICLES – 4 Total Tactical HMMWV – 1 Support Vehicle LMTV – 1 Support Vehicle TMP 40pax Bus – 1 Students 12pax Van – 1 OIC/Range Detail PERSONNEL – 313 Total OIC – 1 RSO/Instructor – 1/2 Detail – 4 Chamber NCO – 1 CLS – 2 LMTV – 1 Soldiers – 300 Bus Driver – 1 Required Dunnage - Crates/Cans ***Anything not used***

  9. Training Gates • Soldiers must pass all gates IOT participate in live CS Chamber. • Crawl: Classroom • In a field environment, Soldiers are taught, practice and evaluated on correct mask PMCS procedures by the CBRN NCO. • Walk: Inert • In a field environment, Soldiers are taught , practice and evaluated on correct masking procedures by their supervisors. • Run: Range Walk Though • At the CS Chamber, Soldiers are given a Range Orientation and Safety Brief by OIC and are required to perform PMCS on their assigned protective and don their protective mask. • EXECUTE: LIVE • At the CS Chamber, Soldiers will enter the live CS Chamber.

  10. 8 STEP TRAINING MODEL EVALUATE THE TRAINING RETRAIN Be prepared for opportunity training: Review references, IE; FMs ARTEPs, TMs, and soldier’s manuals: Was there an evaluation done after the training execution?  Were the training objective/standards met?  What is the METL assessment?  Were the materials/training aids sufficient for the training?  Was an After Action Review done?  Are the training results recorded in the leaders book?  EXECUTE Is the training conducted to standard? Are soldiers for training accounted for:? Is everyone in uniform? REHEARSE ISSUE ORDER Identify weak points in the training plan:       Does the training flow?  Is there sufficient time for the training? Are the training aids/material present and operational?  Did you review pre-execution and pre-combat checks?  RECON THE SITE Has a OPORD been issued for the training? Has the uniform for the training been briefed?  TRAIN THE TRAINERS Location of training: _____________  Is the site suitable for the training? Is it easily accessible for emergency case? Has the trainers training outline been reviewed? Is the trainer technically and tactically proficient? Does the trainer have/understand the task, conditions, and standards? Review references, IE; FMs ARTEPs, TMs, and soldier’s manuals. Is the trainer’s evaluation procedure in compliance with the training objective? PLAN What is to be trained? ____________________________ What is the METL assessment? ____________________________ Who is to be trained? ____________________________ Identify instructor/assistant instructor. ____________________________ Date training was planned: _________________________ Date training will be executed: _________________________ Is the training site coordinated? Are all resources coordinated? Materials/training aids required:  _________________________ Has a Risk Assessment been done?  

  11. Coordinations and Requests Class I - A/M/A – Soldiers will eat breakfast and dinner chow at DFAC. Class V - Tablets - POC is SFC Gamio, Nelson, 240-3415. Uniform - ACH and IBA w/ Plates - DA approved ballistic eyewear - Knee Pads - Elbow Pads - Camelback w/ water - Nomex Gloves - Assigned Protective mask - Protective Mask inserts (if applicable) Latrines - Requested on 25 SEP 08 Transportation - Soldiers will move in 40pax TMP bus. - OIC, RSO, four Soldier range detail and all equipment and supplies move in HHC 26. COMMO - OIC signs for two MACOMs with spare batteries from range control to serve as primary and alternate commo. - Supply provides four MBITR for commo between OIC/RSO, instructors and range detail while on the range. Medical Service - Combat Lifesaver, CLS Course certificate, CLS bag, water jugs and stretcher. Water -155 Gallons of Drinking Water -40 Gallons of Rinse Water

  12. Date TIME GROUP RANGE CONTROL Information. RISK ASSESSMENT Assessment Call: Low INSERT PHOTO/MAP During CS Chamber exercise, the Soldiers are divided into 10 Soldier teams. Each team will conduct PMCS and don their assigned protective mask. All training is overseen by OIC, RSO, and course instructors.

  13. SITE LAYOUT GAS GAS ENTER CONCURRENT TRAINING EXIT RSO AIR OUT AREA OIC WATER PMCS CLS INSTR

  14. BN Reporting Requirements The opening and closing reports apply to all training, including maintenance. Companies report to BN Staff Duty XXX-XXXX. BN Staff duty reports to BDE Staff Duty XXX-XXXX. The reports need to include the following: • OPENING REPORT • Unit (4-1BSTB) • # Soldiers Training (313) • Training Conducted (CS Chamber) • Location (Post CS Chamber) • Start Time (0800) • CLOSING REPORT • Unit (4-1BSTB) • # Soldiers Trained (313) • Training Conducted (CS Chamber) • Location (Post CS Chamber) • End Time (1600)

  15. RC Reporting Requirements OIC calls Range Commo over MACOM, FM, or land phone and provides the following information to open and close the range. • OPENING REPORT • Range # • Unit Designation • Type Weapon System • OIC Name/Rank and Last 4 • RSO Name/Rank and Last 4 • 10 Digit Grid of MedEvac LZ • CLOSING REPORT • Range # • Unit Designation • Amount by type (DODAC) of • ammo expended • Number of Personnel Trained

  16. Safety Brief • Weather related concerns (Severe Storm / Cold) • Poisonous snakes (rattle snakes and copper heads) and spiders (brown recluse and black window) inhabit Fort Riley. Leave all snakes, spiders, and wildlife alone. • Designated smoking area / Latrine. Smoking outside of the smoking area will result in immediate removal from the range and contact of your chain of command. • Questions? • Introduce OIC and RSOs. • Uniform: IBA w/ Plates, ACH, Protective Mask, Gloves, Knee and Elbow Pads Downgrading at no time authorized. • PMCS evaluator must clear you to pass forward to the CS Chamber area. • Soldiers may NOT enter the chamber with contact lens in eyes or pregnant Soldiers! • Only exemption from CS Chamber is a profile or written doctors note in hand. • “CEASE FIRE” can be called at anyone’s discretion, regardless of rank. • Point out CLS. • Drink water and eat food. If you are a heat casualty, we will stick a needle in your arm with or without your consent.

  17. WEATHER OUTLOOK

  18. RISK ASSESSMENT

  19. RISK ASSESSMENT

  20. RISK ASSESSMENT