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BASIC STANDARDS FOR INDIVIDUAL TRAINING1.- INTRODUCTION1.1.- Concept1.2.- Standardization2.- SOLDIER TRAINING STANDARDS.2.1. –Compulsory subjects and topics for development of plans and programs for individualtraining of soldiers3.- NCO TRAINING STANDARDS.3.1.- Basic NCO Course.a) Overviewb) Purposec) Attendeesd) Program and Objectivese) Course academic requirements3.2.- Advanced NCO Course.a) Overviewb) Purposec) Attendeesd) Program and Objectivese) Course academic requirements4.- OFFICER TRAINING STANDARDS4.1.- Basic Officer Course.a) Overview1

b) Purposec) Attendeesd) Program and Objectivese) Course academic requirements4.2.- Advanced Officer Course.a) Overviewb) Purposec) Attendeesd) Program and Objectivese) Course academic requirements4.3.- Command Staff Course.a) Overviewb) Purposec) Attendeesd) Program and Objectivese) Course academic requirements5. SPECIALIST TRAINING COURSES5.1.- PSO Course.a) Overviewb) Purposec) Attendeesd) Programe) Operational Performance Standards(OPS), Training Objectives ( TO) and enablingobjectives (EO)f)Course academic requirements2

5.2.- Military Assistance to Civil Structures Course (Humanitarian Operations).a) Overviewb) Purposec) Attendeesd) Programe) Course academic requirements5.3.- Personnel Administration Manager Course.a) Overviewb) Purposec) Attendeesd) Focuse) Program and Objectivesf) Course academic requirements5.4.- Combat Intelligence Course.a) Overviewb) Purposec) Attendeesd) Focuse) Program and Objectivesf) Course academic requirements5.5.- Operational Affairs Course.a) Overviewb) Purposec) Attendeesd) Course academic requirements3

5.6.- Logistic Operations Course.a) Overviewb) Purposec) Attendeesd) Focuse) Program and Objectivesf) Course academic requirements5.7.- Civil-Military Relations Coursea) Overviewb) Purposec) Attendeesd) Focuse) Course academic requirements6. OTHER COURSES6.1.- Communications Coursea) Overviewa) Purposeb) Attendeesc) Focuse) Course academic requirements6.2.- Combat Arms and Combat Support Coursea) Overviewb) Purposec) Attendeesd) Course academic requirements4

6.3.- Foreign Language Coursea)Overviewb)Purposec)Attendeesd)Course academic requirements6.4.- Course for Instructors.a) Overviewb) Purposec) Attendeesd) Course academic requirements6.5.- IT Coursea) Overviewb) Purposec) Attendeesd) Course academic requirements6.6.- International Humanitarian Law Coursea) Overviewb) Purposec) Attendeesd) Focus6.7.-Armament and New Military Equipment Coursea) Overviewb) Purposec) Attendeesd) Focus5

1.- INTRODUCTION1.1. ConceptPurpose of the document Basic Standards for Individual Training is to establish basic standards forassessment and evaluation of the level of training of soldiers, NCOs and officers in AF BH. It iscompulsory for establishing standards in specific training segments, in accordance with the Individualand Collective Training Policy. It is the basis for development and harmonization of AF BH trainingsyllabi that are within the authority of commanders in accordance with the mission.It will focus on the following objectives: Test and evaluate the level of training of soldiers. Identify and define the necessary contents of training as a starting line for the development ofeducation plans and programs for individual categories of AF BiH members and forms oftraining, in accordance with the competencies of authorities in charge of conducting training ofAF BiH. Establish basic standards, instruments and ways of testing and evaluating the level of training Present ways of evaluating knowledge and skills in areas where standards are not set Apply NATO operational procedures Increase mutual understanding, interoperability and cooperation among Allied and Partner nationforces. Assess the level of training of NCOs and officers for integration into multinational HQs andcommands.1.2.- StandardizationThe standarization program ensures that common operational, tactical, logistical, administrativeand training tasks, drills and procedures will be performed AF BiH-wide in the same way as in NATO.6

2.- SOLDIER TRAINING STANDARDSTraining of soldiers is conducted or organized for the purpose of acquiring knowledge and skills ofoperating individual weapon and basic equipment needed for accomplishment of specific mission.Compulsory subjects and topics for development of individualtraining plans and programs(SMCT: Soldier’s Manual Common Tasks)Subject / Topic1.- DrillTraining2.- Physical Fitness2.1. Physical fitness test3.- Individual Weapon3.1.- Load individual weapon3.2.- Engage targets with an individual weapon3.3.- Unload individual weapon3.4.- Maintain individual weaponBCTBCTBCTBCT4.- First aid4.1.- Evaluate a casualty4.2.- Performed first aid for a suspected fracture4.3.- Perform mouth to mouth resuscitation4.4.- Transport a casualtyBCTBCTBCTBCT5.- Communicate5.1.- Maintain communication via a radio device5.2.- Maintain communication via a fieldtelephoneBCTBCTBCT7

6.- Navigate6.1.- Navigate from one point on the ground toanother point while dismounted.6.2. – Navigate from one point on the ground toanother point while mounted7.- Nuclear, Biological and Chemical (NBC)7.1.- Protect yourself from chemical/biologicalcontamination using your assigned protectivemask.7.2.- Maintain your assigned protective mask.7.3.- React to chemical or biologicalhazard/attack.8.- Combat activities8.1.- Select temporary fighting positions8.2.- Construct individual fighting positions8.3.- Camouflage yourself and your individualequipment8.4.- Camouflage equipment8.5.- Practice noise, light and litter discipline8.6.- Perform duty as a guard8.7.- Move under direct fire8.8.- React to indirect fire while dismounted9.- Individual conduct and Laws of war9.1.- Comply with the Law of war and theGeneva and Hague Conventions9.2.- Comply with the requirements of the codeof BCTThe table prescribes compulsory subjects and topics. When developing training syllabi, commanderswill assess the need to expand the subjects and topics and to specify tasks, duration and levels oftraining.8

A part of standards for subjects is given in the tables to follow:1.- DrillIn accordance with Standard Operating Procedures.2.- Physical Fitness2.1.- Physical Fitness Test (APFT).The purpose of the APFT is to give soldiers an incentive to stay in good physical condition and allowcommanders a means of assessing the general fitness levels of their units.Tasks2.1Conditions1. Pass APFT according toprescribed standardsStandardsRequired equipment: ReferencesAs regulated by tests andShorts, socks, T-shirtstables for evaluation of physicaland running shoesfitness of soldiers.3.- Individual Weapon3.1.- Load individual weaponTasks3.11.Prepare the rifle forConditionsStandardsGiven an unloaded rifle withLoaded a rifle in thesemiautomatic or automatic fire;a magazine loaded withsemiautomatic and automaticensured the chamber was clearedammunitionmodes. In either case, ensuredthat a round was chambered andand the magazine was seated.the selector was returned to the2. Prepared the rifle forsafe positionsemiautomatic fire; ensured themagazine was seated.3. Chambered a round; ensured thebolt was fully forward and locked.4. Point the rifle in a safedirection.5. Placed the selector lever in theSAFE position.9References“Standards fortesting andevaluatingsoldier level oftraining”

3.2.- Engage Targets with an individual weaponTasks3.21.Assumed an appropriate firingposition based on the situationConditionsStandardsGiven a rifle, loadedmagazines with ammunition,2.Identified targets in the designed threat targets, the soldier mustengage required targets.sector of fireDetected and determined rangeto targets. expert sharpshooterdestroyed or until the order to marksmancease fire was received unqualified4.Acquired targets5.Fired on targets until they were“ShootingFired the rifle to engage targets Program andin the assigned sector of fire.EvaluationThese are the qualifications:3.Loaded the weaponReferencesCriteria”3.3.- Unload individual weaponTasks3.31.Pointed the rifle muzzle in a safeConditionsStandardsGiven a rifle, from which youmust remove the ammunitiondirection2. Removed the magazine from theReferencesCleared the rifle, removed allammunition and secured the rifle “Standards forin the safe modetesting andevaluatingrifle3.Place the selector lever on SAFEsoldier level of4. Removed any ammunition fromtraining”the receiver and chamber5. Pulled the trigger to release thepressure on the firing pin spring3.4.- Maintain individual weaponTasks3.41.Cleared the rifle beforeConditionsStandardsGiven a rifle, magazine,disassemblyammunition, small arms2.Disassembled the riflemaintenance equipment case,3.Cleaned the rifle using thecorrect materials4.Assembled the rifleand lubrication instructions.You have the following cleaningmaterials: swabs, pipe cleaner,and lubricant preservative.10ReferencesCleaned, inspected andlubricated the rifle and magazine “Standards forso they functioned correctly.testing andevaluatingsoldier level oftraining”

4.- First aid4.1.- Evaluate a casualtyTasks4.11.Checked for responsivenessConditionsStandardsYou have a casualty who hasEvaluated the casualty2.Checked for breathing, ifsigns and /or symptoms of anfollowing the correctnecessaryinjury.sequence.3.Checked for bleedingReferencesAll injuries and/or conditions“Standards fortesting andevaluating4.Checked for shockwere identified. The casualty was soldier level of5.Checked for fractures andimmobilized if a neck or backtraining”injury was suspectedimmobilized neck or back6.Checked for burns7.Sought medical aid8.Identified all wounds4.2.- Performed first aid for a suspected fractureTasks4.21.Used splints that reach beyondConditionsStandardsYou see a casualty who hasSplinted the suspected brokenthe joints above and below thean arm or leg that you think isarm or leg so the arm or leg didfracturebroken. The casualty has nonot move and circulation was notmore serious wounds orimpaired.2.Checked blood circulation –pulse3.Applied padding between theconditions that have not beentreated.References“Standards fortesting andevaluatingsoldier level oftraining”splints and all bonny areas4.Used at least four ties to securethe splints5.Inmobilized the splint arm or legusing a sling to prevent easymovement6.Checked the splint for tightness7.Watched the casualty for lifethreatening conditions andchecked for other injuries11

4.3.- Perform mouth-to-mouth resuscitationTasks4.31.Positioned the casualtyConditionsStandardsYou see an adult casualtyGave mouth to mouth2.Opened the airwaywho is unconscious and does not resuscitation correctly, in the3.Checked for breathingappear to breathingcorrect sequence.Continued mouth-to mouth4.Gave breaths to ensure an openresuscitation at the rate of aboutairway10 to 12 breaths per minute until5.Checked for pulsethe casualty started to breathe on6.Continued mouth-to-mouthReferences“Standards fortesting andevaluatingsoldier level oftraining”his own.resuscitation7.Rechecked for pulse andbreathing after every 12 breaths4.4.- Transport a casualtyTasks4.41.Selected the appropriate methodConditionsStandardsYou have evaluated and givenTransported the casualty usingof transporting the casualty.first aid casualty. You need to2. Performed the carry.move the casualty to get further dropping or causing further injury3.Did not cause furtherunnecessary injurymedical aid. There may or mayReferencesan appropriate carry withoutto the casualty.not be other soldiers to help.“Standards fortesting andevaluatingsoldier level oftraining”5.- Communicate5.1.- Maintain communication via a radio deviceTasks5.11.Entered the net in alphanumericConditionsStandardsGiven one operational radioReferencesEntered a radio net, sent aset for each net member, a call message and left a radio net using “Standards forthe proper call signs, call signtesting and2.Sent a message of 15 to 25 words sign information cardconsisting of net member duty sequence, prowords and phoneticsequenceusing the correct prowords andphonetic alphabet and numerals3.Left the net in alphanumericposition, suffix list and aalphabet and numerals with 100message to be transmittedpercent accuracysequence12evaluatingsoldier level oftraining”

5.2.- Maintain Communication via a field telephoneTasks5.2Conditions1.Initiated callStandardsGiven a requirement toCommunicated the message2.Verified distant end is ready tocommunicate a message via awithin 10 minutes with no errorsreceive messagetactical telephone and the3.Communicated message4.Verified message was received5.Disconnected callAn unclassified message2.A tactical telephone“Standards fortesting andfollowing:1.Referencesevaluatingsoldier level oftraining”installed in a point-to-pointconfiguration and operatingin a non-secure mode6.- Navigate6.1.- Navigate from one point on the ground to another point while dismountedTasks6.11.Identified the best route within10 minutes and explained thereason for picking that route2.Arrived at correct destinationConditionsStandardsGiven a standard topographicReferencesMoved on foot to designatedmap of the area, scale 1:50000 a points at a rate of 3 kilometers per “Standards forcoordinate scale and protractor, hourtesting anda compass and writing materialsevaluatingwithin the specified timesoldier level oftraining”6.2.- Navigate from one point on the ground to another point while mountedTasks6.21.Terrain association2.Dead reckoning Move away from the vehicle Set azimuth on compass andselected steering mark Had the driver identify thesteering markConditionsStandardsGiven a standard topographicReferencesDirected the driver to themap of the area, scale 1:50000 a designated points at a rate of nine “Standards forcoordinate scale and protractor kilometers per hour using terraintesting andand a compass, while mountedin a vehicle with cross countrycapability and tasked to movefrom a known start point to oneor more distant points13association and dead reckoningevaluatingsoldier level oftraining”

7.- Nuclear, Biological and Chemical (NBC)7.1.- Protect yourself from chemical/biological contamination using your assigned protective maskTasks7.11.Donned the mask as quickly asConditionsStandardsYou are given your assignedReferencesProtect yourself frompossibleprotective mask with hood andchemical or biological2.Cleared and checked the maskcarriercontamination using yourtesting andassigned protective mask.evaluating3.Resumed breathing4.Secured the mask hoodYou hear or see a chemicalbiological attackclear and check your maskwithin 9 seconds5.Drank water while wearing the“Standards forsoldier level oftraining”mask7.2.- React to chemical or biological hazard/attackTasks7.21.Identified the CB hazardConditionsStandardsYou are given mission-automatic masking criteriaoriented protective posture gear2.Protected himself using hisand a protective mask and anassigned protective mask3.Gave the alarm4.Decontaminated exposed skinusing the individualReact to a CB hazard or attackIdentify chemical“Standards forcontamination markerstesting andenvironment in which CB. The Start steps to decontaminateenemy may use weapons. YouReferencesyourself within 1 minute ofhear or see a chemical biological finding chemical contaminationattack.evaluatingsoldier level oftraining”decontaminating kit7.3.- Maintain your assigned protective maskTasks7.31.Conducted operator on theConditionsStandardsYou have used your assignedReferencesMaintain your assignedprotective mask, the carrier, theprotective mask or must conduct protective mask. Accordinghood and the accessoriesa scheduled mask inspection.applicable Maintenance manual“Standards fortesting andevaluatingaccording the applicable manual2.Cleaned and dried the masksoldier level oftraining”3.Stored the mask, the hood andthe accessories in the carrier14

8.- Combat activities8.1.- Select cover and fighting positionTasks8.11.Chose a position that took advantageof available cover and concealment2. Chose a position that allowed forobservation and fire3. Chose a position that allowed youto stay low when observing and firing4. Chose a position with a backgroundConditionsStandardsYou must select a temporaryfighting position when at anReferencesSelected a firing position thatprotected you from enemyoverwatch position, after initial observation and fire, and allowedmovement into a tentativeyou to place effective fire ondefensive position, at a haltenemy positions without exposingduring movement, or uponmost of your head and bodyreceiving direct firethat did not silhouette you against thesurrounding environment.8.2.- Construct individual fighting positionsTasks8.21.Prepare a one-man fightingConditionsStandardsGiven standard equipmentCharacteristics of a one-manposition thatconstruct an individual fighting fighting position: Had sector of fire stakesposition Was dug in a shape that fits your equipment the natural cover available Was armpit deep Had a parapetWide enough for you andAllowed you to place fireon your assigned sector2.Camouflaged position usingavailable materials so it was notvisible from 35 meters to the front15References

8.3.- Camouflage yourself and your individual equipmentTasks8.31.Identified critical camouflageConditionsStandardsGiven load-carryingCamouflage yourself and yourconsiderationsequipment, an individualindividual equipment to prevent2.Camouflaged exposed skinweapon, a Kevlar helmet, withdetection by visual, near-infrared,3.Camouflaged uniform andhelmet4.Camouflaged personalequipmentReferencescamouflage cover, grass, bushes, ultraviolet, radar, acoustic andtrees, shadows, skin paint andradio sensorscharcoal or mud for camouflage.You are wearing a battle dressuniform.8.4.- Camouflage equipmentTasks8.41.Hid the equipment byConditionsStandardsGiven an item of equipmentCamouflage equipment topositioning itto camouflage, such a wheelprevent detection by visual, near- Under natural covervehicle (truck or jeep) or ainfrared, ultraviolet, radar, Within natural shadowstracked vehicle and the naturalacoustic and radio sensors In natural or constructeddepressions in the ground Referencescamouflage material. You arewearing a battle dress uniform.So it was concealed byexisting vegetation2.Covered all shinny areas8.5.- Practice noise, light and litter disciplineTasks8.5ConditionsStandards1.Complied with noise disciplineYou are a member of an2.Complied with light disciplineelement conducting a tacticala minimum; no light was visible3.Complied with litter the enemy; the area was free ofEnsured that noise was kept atlitter and other evidence of theunit’s16References

8.6.- Perform duty as a guardTasks8.61.Received order changesConditionsStandardsAssigned a guard post, post-ReferencesPerformed duty according to2.Saluted officer when requiredspecific equipment and specialgeneral orders, special orders, and3.Challenged individualorders.local implementing SOPs.ConditionsStandards4.Challenged group5.Passed the order changes to therelief8.7.- Move in the battlefield.Tasks8.71.Selected an individualGiven a tactical situationmovement route within the team or approach an enemy positionfrom a distance of 250 to 300squad.2.Determined the correctmovement techniqueReferencesMoved to within 100meters ofthe enemy position, using thecorrect individual tactical fire andmeters across varied terrain. You movement techniques dictated byare a member of a two-man team terrain features.Coordinated movement with3.Communicated movement planteam members and providedusing hand signalscovering fire for each member4.Used the rush to move from onecovered position to another5.Covered buddy’s movementwith fire8.8.- React to indirect fire while dismountedTasks8.81.Shouted “Incoming” in a loud,easily recognizable voiceConditionsStandardsYou are a member of a squador team. You hear incoming2.Remained in defensive position rounds, shells exploding or3.Took cover outside the impactpassing overhead.area.17React to each situation byshouting “Incoming” followed theleaders direction, if available.Took or maintained coverReferences

9.- Individual conduct and Laws of war9.1.- Comply with the Law of war and the Geneva and Hague ConventionsTasks10.11.Study the Customary Law ofConditionsStandardsYou are a soldier in the ArmyThe soldier identified,WarYou are responsible forunderstood and complied with the2.Study what the Hague andidentifying, understanding andLaw of War.Geneva conventions basicallyrepresent3. Study the Customary Law ofcomplying with the provisionsReferencesIdentified problems orof the Law of War, including the situations that violate the policiesGeneva and Hague conventions and took appropriate action soexpedient action could be taken towar and Hague Conventioncorrect the problem or situation.limitation on targets4. Study the Hague regulationprohibitions on the use of certainkind of weapons5. Study the rules of theCustomary Law of War governingthe humane treatment of noncombatants9.2. - Comply with the requirements of the code of conductTasks10.21.Code of conduct provides him aset of guiding principles, moralConditionsStandardsGiven a survival, evasion,Act in accordance with theresistance or escape situation or Code of Conduct.obligations and professional ethics a captivity environment.18References

3. NCO TRAINING STANDARDS3.1.- Basic NCO Coursea) OverviewThe Course attendees study leadership, general, technical and tactical training and general NCOprofessionalism.The training is delivered through lectures, field exercises and situation training, with theemphasis on field exercises.b) PurposeThe course is directed toward leaders at the crew, section, and squad levels in order to trainNCOs to be leaders in the units of the mentioned levelsc) Attendees Be selected by the unit commander Possess demonstrated high military standards Be physically fit and able to pass a physical fitness assessmentd) Program and objectivesSUBJECTMILITARY LEADERSHIP1.- Military leadership2.- The role of an NCO3.- Counseling4.- Instruction to the Parties (ITP)Chapter 14AF BiH in a Democratic society ethics,development and cooperation5.- Drill and CeremoniesGENERAL SUBJECTS1.- Map Reading (Topography)OBJECTIVESStudents learn fundamentals of leadership, a review of the goals andobjectives of the NCO development program is presented.Students acquire basic knowledge of place and role of an NCO in themilitary leadership system.Students learn the basic concept and techniques for effective counseling ofsoldiers. Students have an opportunity to practice their skills during thepractical exercise.Students learn dismounted drill and methods of movement for unitformations. Students learn the manual of arms, and practice marchingwith weapons.Students acquire basic map reading skills necessary to plan an conductmovements and identify locations using NATO mapping conventions.19

2.- Land navigation3.- Law on land warfare4.- Organizational maintenance5. IT basicsTRAINING1.- Battle focused training2.- After Action Review (AAR)3.- Risk AssessmentCOMMUNICATIONS1.- Effective communications,fundamentals and way ofcommunications3.- Radio devicesPHYSICAL TRAINING1.- Physical Fitness orientation2.- Physical Fitness training3.-Physical Fitness assessmentWEAPONS TRAINING ANDSHOOTING1.- Rifle training-mechanical training2.- Rifle marksmanship3.- Live firing with rifle4.- Machinegun training-mechanicaltraining5.- Machinegun marksmanship6.- Live firing with machinegunTACTICS1. Combat orders2.-Troop Leading ProceduresStudents learn to orient themselves and conduct dismounted movementduring all weather and terrain conditions. Emphasis is on individual skilland confidence development.Students are introduced to the customs and laws of war. Emphasis isplaced on understanding the purpose in observing these internationalconventions during al conflictsStudents are introduced to the army maintenance system and their role asNCOs in properly conducting technical maintenance operations tomaintain unit readiness. Students learn to inspect and record usingstandard procedures.Basic theoretical and practical knowledge of information technology.Students learn to apply the battle focus concept in developing andimplementing a unit training program based on the unit METL. Emphasisis on task identification.Students develop and conduct performance oriented training sessions usingbattle focus concepts. Emphasis is on training to standard.Students learn to conduct and participate in after action reviews of trainingand combat missions in order to improve performance.Students learn to incorporate safety and planning to reduce overallcasualties and damage to equipment during training and combat situations.Risk assessment is emphasized.Student learns basic military communications procedures and techniques.Student learns main radio devicesStudents are introduced to physical training techniques, healthy eatinghabits, as well as personal and unit physical fitness goals and assessmentStudents are first led, and then given the responsibility for conductingphysical training sessions for squad and platoon sized elements.Students are given an initial evaluation to determine their physicalconditioning prior to beginning a training routine. A final evaluationmeasures each student's progress.Students are introduced to the rifle. Procedures for safe and effectiveoperating a rifle are presented and practicedStudents are introduced to rifle marksmanship and methods of conductingrifle marksmanship training at the small unit level.Students learn to conduct marksmanship, manipulate, field firing and fieldfiring from fire positions.Students are introduced to the machinegun with Tripod. Procedures forsafe and effective operating a machinegun are presented.Students learn the fundamentals of machinegun employment. Classes offire, target engagement techniques, and fire control procedures arepresented.Students learn to conduct marksmanship, manipulation, field zero, andfield firing from the tripod and bipod firing positions. Emphasis is onburst control and manipulation of the tripod firing mechanism.Students are introduced to operations orders, and troop leading proceduresrequired to conduct tactical ground operations20

3.- Call for fire4.- Defense fundamentals5.- Movement formations andtechniques6.- Operations Symbols and Graphics7.- Assembly area procedures8.- Consolidate and reorganize9.- Situation Tactical ExerciseSimulation Exercise10.- Limited visibility movementtechniquesADMINISTRATION1.- Course Orientation2.- Administrative tasks3.- Student counselingTOTALStudents are introduced to basic indirect fire control techniques necessaryat the squad level.Students learn to select positions and designate sectors of fire during smallunit tactical defensive operations. A terrain orientation and on-sitediscussion are included.Students conduct dismounted movement during tactical operations.Emphasis is on individual, team, and squad techniques and formations.Students are introduced to NATO graphics used to designate units,positions, and control measures in tactical operationsStudents learn assembly area procedures as a prelude to conductingtactical operations in combat.Students learn tactical control and reporting procedures used duringtactical operations.Students learn to move tactically as members of fire teams and squads inorder to attain tactical mission goals. Students are first talked through thetechniques, then are coached through the techniques. Students thenperform various tasks without coaching.Students learn to move tactically as individuals, teams, and squads duringtimes of limited visibility. Emphasis is on control and stealth.Students receive information on course SOP and general standards ofconduct expected of all students. A pre-course test is administered toevaluate the student's general knowledge.Students learn daily NCO administrative and maintenance tasks throughexposure to acceptable standards of accountability, personal hygiene,testing and reviews.Students receive weekly performance counseling on their duty andacademic performance. Emphasis is on experiencing leadership. Course academic requirements Acquired capabilities of a leader Five written examinations. Minimum passing score on each test of 70%. Failed retests are subject to an academic board. Incidents of undisciplined behavior are subject to a disciplinary review board. All performance testing requires that the student receive a “GO.”21

3.2.- Advanced NCO Course.a) OverviewAttendees of this course are NCOs of higher rank, performing duties of Sergeants in Platoonsand Companies. These NCOs are trained for assisting to Platoon and Company Officers inleading the Platoon and in planning and carrying out of training. The training is organizedthrough lectures, instructions, practical exercises and group work.b) PurposeThis course focuses on the leader skills of platoon sergeants/NCOs. Throughout the course eachstudent is placed in different leadership positions and evaluated on his ability to lead others.c) Attendees Recommended by the unit Command Sergeant Major/Commander. Successful previous assignment as a Squad or Section Leader. Have successfully completed the Basic NCO Course. Current or future potential for assignment as platoon sergeant or above. APFT(Army Physical Fitness Test) Level 1 or 2 ( must be capable of leading by example).d) Program and ObjectivesSUBJECTMILITARY LEADERSHIP1.- Military leadership2.- Duty, responsibilities and authorityof leaders3.- Counseling and subordinateDevelopment4.- Instruction to the Parties (ITP)Chapter 14AF BiH in a Democratic society ethics,development and cooperation5.- Develop a combat ready teamGENERAL SUBJECTS1.- Map ReadingOBJECTIVESReview the factors, styles, principles, and competencies that affect yourability to provide effective leadership.Determine Platoon Sergeant duties, responsibilities, and authority,determine tasks shared by Platoon Leader and Platoon Sergeant.Develop and institute a program that

(SMCT: Soldier’s Manual Common Tasks) Subject / Topic Training 1.- Drill 2.- Physical Fitness 2.1. Physical fitness test BCT 3.- Individual Weapon 3.1.- Load individual weapon 3.2.- Engage targets with an individual weapon 3.3.- Unload individual weapon 3.4.- Maintain individual weapon BCT BCT BCT BCT 4.- First aid 4.1.- Evaluate a casualty 4.2.-

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