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REACT TO IED ATTACK. Rehearse contact actions prior to departure On detonation, react as if to ambush Proceed to rally point to consolidate and reorganize Forward SITREP to higher headquarters. Direction of Traffic. Convoy. IED Placed on Shoulder. Median Strip. Median Strip.

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  1. REACT TO IED ATTACK • Rehearse contact actions prior to departure • On detonation, react as if to ambush • Proceed to rally point to consolidate and reorganize • Forward SITREP to higher headquarters

  2. Direction of Traffic Convoy IED Placed on Shoulder Median Strip Median Strip Median Strip Variation: IED Placed in the Median Strip BASIC “NO FRILLS” IED ATTACK

  3. Artillery projectile buried on the side of the road

  4. Direction of Traffic “Disabled” vehicle channels convoy toward the IED Median Strip Median Strip Median Strip IED “BROKEN DOWN VEHICLE” IED ATTACK

  5. “FIENDISHLY CLEVER” IED ATTACK Lead vehicle sees fake IED and stops. The convoy stops behind it. Real IEDs on flanks of stopped convoy are then command detonated Direction of Traffic Easily seen Fake IED The Real IEDs Daisy Chained Together Visible Wires Median Strip Median Strip Median Strip

  6. Multiple artillery projectiles placed on the side of the road.


  8. MOVE FROM KILL ZONE TO RALLY POINT • Proceed to floating or fixed rally point, out of contact with the enemy • Do not stop in a built-up area • Conduct consolidation and reorganization as quickly as possible • Organize defensive formation at rally point

  9. Task Vehicle Gun Truck Control Vehicle BOX FORMATION • Task vehicles form a close formation • Control vehicles, A&L teams, and maintenance inside the box • Gun trucks act as roving or stationary security • Road is kept clear for military traffic if possible; civilian traffic is routed around the box • Facilitates control • Good defense against small arms fire • Vulnerable to air attack/indirect fire Direction of Traffic

  10. ARRIVAL AT RALLY POINT • Dismount and establish perimeter security • Conduct sweep of the area • Collect ACE reports • Report to higher headquarters

  11. EVALUATE CASUALTIES • Begin treatment of wounded after exiting kill zone • Display the visual signal for casualties on board • Employ combat life savers (CLS) • Provide personnel and equipment to assist CLS • Provide security as required • Receive casualty assessment report from CLS • Determine need and priority for medical evacuation • Reestablish chain of command if required • Secure sensitive items/weapons/documents • Report casualty status to higher headquarters


  13. MEDEVAC REQUEST Line 1: Location of pickup site Line 2: Radio frequency, call sign, and suffix Line 3: Number of patients by precedence Line 4: Special equipment required Line 5: Number of patients by type Line 6: Security at the pickup site Line 7: Method of marking pickup site Line 8: Patient nationality and status Line 9: NBC contamination information Record gathered MEDEVAC information and transmit.

  14. EVACUATE CASUALTIES • Establish security perimeter around landing zone (LZ) • Clear and mark LZ • Ensure all personnel are briefed on duties and safety • Ensure all casualties are evacuated quickly • Coordinate recovery and evacuation of KIAs IAW SOP • Consolidate and reorganize as needed to continue mission

  15. VEHICLE RECOVERY AND BATTLE DAMAGE ASSESSMENT AND REPAIR (BDAR) DRIVERS • Assess damage to disabled vehicles • Assess damage to cargo • Report damage to recovery team • Assist in vehicle recovery, cargo transload, security, medical evacuation, and vehicle/cargo destruction as ordered

  16. VEHICLE RECOVERY ANDBDAR Recovery Team • Assess damage to disabled vehicles • Report status to the convoy commander • Conduct a hasty hook-up • Conduct complete hook-up once the vehicle has cleared the contact area • Displace and link with the convoy at the rally point • Conduct field expedient repairs

  17. VEHICLE RECOVERY AND BDAR Convoy Commander • Receive assessment reports from recovery team • Contact higher HQ for assistance if needed • Order load redistribution, cargo destruction, and vehicle destruction • Reassign drivers and crew members as required

  18. REDISTRIBUTE AMMUNITION • Personnel report ammunition status to first-line leaders (ACE report) • First-line leaders redistribute ammunition at their level and report number of full magazines to next level • Convoy NCOIC conducts final redistribution between sections • Convoy NCOIC provides ammunition report (ACE) to convoy commander

  19. INSPECT EQUIPMENT • Leaders conduct weapon, communication, and sensitive item inspections and provide status to convoy commander • Convoy commander ensures weapons/sensitive items accountability before continuing the mission • Convoy commander orders redistribution of crew-served weapons if necessary

  20. SUBMIT FOLLOW-UP SITREP TO HIGHER HEADQUARTERS • Ammunition status • Casualties • Equipment • Actions taken • Time action took place • Projected effect on mission • Recommendations

  21. CONTINUE THE MISSION • Reorganize the convoy • Deploy the forward security element • Coordinate trail party actions • Ensure that no personnel or equipment are left behind • Continue the road march by alternate route if necessary

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