Use Visual Signaling Techniques

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Utilize Visual Signaling Techniques Warrior Training Tasks 9

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Sub Task Army Warrior Task 071-326-0608 Use Visual Signaling Techniques

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Agenda Next Page will contain the motivation for the direction References Terminal Learning Objective Task, Conditions, & Standards Task Steps & Performance Measures Summary Questions

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Administrative Data Cell telephones/pagers Risk evaluation (low) Environmental conditions (none) Safety prerequisites (none) Next Page will contain Administration Data, ensure printed version chance appraisal is in the preparation Binder

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Terminal Learning Objective Task : Use Visual Signaling Techniques 071-326-0608 Conditions : Given a necessity to utilize visual signs while mounted. Principles : Give the correct techniques for each required activity. Next Page will contain the TLO for the main subtask

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Performance Steps 1. Guarantee the Soldiers you are flagging can see you. 2.Perform the visual signs for battle developments, fight drills, and development procedures as takes after: a. Perform arrangement signals curl and herringbone:

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Coil Raise one arm over the head and turn it in a little circle.

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Herringbone Extend the arms parallel to the ground. Twist the arms until the lower arms are opposite. Rehash.

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Performance Steps (cont.) b. Contact left, contact right, activity right, activity left, activity front (right, left, or back), air assault, and atomic, organic, or synthetic assault :

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CONTACT LEFT Extend the LEFT arm parallel to the ground, twist the arm until the lower arm is opposite. Rehash. CONTACT RIGHT Extend your RIGHT arm parallel to the ground, twist the arm until the lower arm is opposite. Rehash.

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Action Right Action Left Extend both arms parallel. Raise your RIGHT arm until it is overhead. Rehash. Amplify both arms parallel. Raise your LEFT arm until it is overhead. Rehash.

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AIR ATTACK Bend the arms with lower arms at 45-degree point. The lower arms are crossed. Rehash.

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Performance Steps (cont.) c. Play out the accompanying development method signals: 1.Traveling 2.Traveling Over-watch 3. Jumping Over-watch

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Traveling Extend the arm overhead and swing it around from the shoulder.

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Traveling Over-watch Extend both arms and raise them here and there.

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Bounding Over-watch: Cover My Move! Stretch out one arm to a 45-degree point. Twist the arm and tap the head protector. Rehash.

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Performance Steps (cont.) d. Perform Vehicle Signals . Move to one side Move to the correct Move forward Attention I am prepared/prepared to move. Mount Disregard past charge. I don't comprehend

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Move to Left

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Move to Right Extend arm to one side and raise it all over.

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Move Forward Move the hands and lower arms in reverse and for-ward, palms toward the trunk.

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Attention!! Develop the arm sideways, somewhat over the level; palm to the front; wave the arm to and from the head a few circumstances.

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I Am Ready, or Ready to Move, Are you Ready?

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MOUNT Two or three developments up-ward with the open hand, palm highest.

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Disregard Previous Command or As You Were Raise both arms and cross wrists over the head, palms to the front.

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I Do Not Understand Extend both arms on a level plane to the sides and afterward twist your arms at the elbow so that your hands move over your face, one over the other. Palms ought to confront out.

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Performance Steps (cont.) d. Perform Vehicle Signals. (cont.) 9. Begin motor/get ready to move 10. End/stop 11. Increment speed 12. Propel 13. Open up/quit for the day. (make a) right or left turn 15. Back off 16. Move backward

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Start Engine, or Prepare to Move DAY NIGHT Simulate wrenching of the motors by moving the arm, with the clench hand, in a roundabout movement at midriff level. Move a light to depict a level figure 8 in a vertical plane before the body.

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HALT or STOP Raise the hand upward to the full degree of the arm, palm to the front. Hold that position until the flag is caught on. NIGHT DAY Move a light on a level plane forward and backward a few circumstances over the way of moving toward activity to stop vehicles. Utilize a similar flag to stop motors.

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Increase Speed Move a light vertically a few circumstances before the body. DAY NIGHT Raise the clench hand to shoulder level; push the clench hand upward the full degree of the arm and back to shoulder level (quickly) a few circumstances.

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Advance or Move Out

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OPEN UP Extend the arms overhead, palms internal, then gradually bring down arms to a level position.

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CLOSE UP Extend both arms parallel to the ground, palms up, then move the arms upward and internal towards the head.

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Right or Left Turn DAY NIGHT Extend the arm on a level plane to side, palm outward. Pivot a light to portray a hover 12 to 18 crawls in width toward the turn.

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Slow Down DAY Extend the arm on a level plane sideward, palm to the front; wave the arm somewhat descending a few circumstances. keeping the arm straight. Try not to move arm above flat. NIGHT Hold a light at shoulder level; flicker it a few circumstances toward the vehicle.

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Move in Reverse (For Stationary Vehicles) Hold a light at shoulder level; squint it a few circumstances toward the vehicle. DAY NIGHT Face the vehicle(s) being flagged, raise the hands to shoulder level, palms to the front. Advance hands and in reverse.

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Performance Steps (cont.) d. Perform Vehicle Signals. (cont.) 17. Close separation amongst vehicles and stop 18. Stop motors 19. Get off 20. Unbiased direct 21. Stop 22. Fasten/unfasten 23. Message Acknowledged

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Close Distance Between Vehicles and Stop Face the vehicle(s) being flagged. Extend the lower arms to the front, palms in-ward and isolated (width of the shoulders). Unite the palms as the vehicle(s) approaches. The vehicle(s) must stop when the palms meet up.

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Stop Engines Extend the arm parallel to ground, hand open, and move the arm over the body, in a throat-cutting activity.

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Dismount Extend the arms, make a few developments here and there, hands open towards ground.

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Neutral Steer (Track Vehicles) Cross the wrists at the throat; point the forefinger toward control. Make a clench hand ot the other hand.

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STOP (Alternate flag to stop followed vehicles) Clasp the hands together, palms confronting, at jaw level.

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Button Up or Unbutton For BUTTON UP, place both hands, one on top of alternate, palms down, on top of the protective cap. The arms are back and in same plane as the body. For UNBUTTON, surrender BUTTON flag, then separate the hands, Moving them to each side in a cutting movement; rehash.

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Message Acknowledged Hold the clench hand out with thumb up.

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Performance Steps (cont.) 3. Perform Flag Signals Single flag banner Mount Dismount & Assault Assemble/Close Move Out Nuclear, Biological or Chemical Hazard Present.

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Use a Single Signal Flag *When alone, hail hues have these importance. **In poor perceivability, you can utilize hued concoction lights or spotlights with hued channels set up of banners.

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Dismount & Assault

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Assemble or Close

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Move Out

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NBC Hazard Present

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Performance Measures (cont.) Note: When utilized alone banner hues have the following meaning: 1. Red-Danger or foe in sight 2. Green-All reasonable, prepared or comprehended 3. Yellow-Disregard or vehicle out of activity

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Performance Measures(cont.) 1.  Executed appropriate development signals.   2.  Executed legitimate bore signals.   3.  Executed appropriate development system signals. 4.  Executed legitimate signs to control vehicle drivers and crews.   5.  Executed appropriate banner signs.

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