ARMY TRAINING MANAGEMENT & SUPPLY

What is the operations process?
Plan
Prepare
Execute
Assess (training)
2 types of manuals
ADP 7-0
ADRP 7-0
ADP vs. ADRP
Broad Concepts vs. Specific Concepts
Combined Army Training Strategy (CATS)
Entire list of battle field tasks that has to be performed on an individual and company level.
What else does the Combined Army Training Strategy give you?
Tools for evaluating the company’s performance towards completing tasks.
What is Digital Training Management (DTMS)
Where your training schedule is built and published.
Principles of Leader Development (3 domains)
Institutional Training
Operational Training
Self-Development training
Principles of leader training
1. Lead by example
2. Develop subordinate leaders
3. Create learning environment for subordinate leaders
4. Train leader in the art and science of mission command
5. Train to develop adaptive leaders
6. Train leader to think and critically and creatively
7. Train your leaders to know their subordinates and their families
Role of a Platoon Leader
Understand
Visualize
Describe
Lead
Direct
Assess
Role of a Comamnder
Makes sure that they are training mission essential tasks
What are mission essential tasks?
Essential task list is a compilation of mission – essential tasks)
Why is the mission essential task list (METL) essential
Essential because it was assigned to specific unit that has capability and equipment to accomplish tasks.
What is the METL development?
Brigade- Selects tasks to be trained by Battalion and Company

Company – Prints out training guide

Platoon – Actually figuring out by number th4 tasks that we have to train

Define Individual Training
Proficiency of individual soldiers to perform specified tasks related to an assigned duty position and skill level
Where does Individual Training Take place?
Individual task training occurs both at institutional level and unit training
Why is Individual Training important?
Units continue individual training to improve and sustain proficiency levels
Define Collective Training?
Reinforces foundations of individual training and introduces additional skills needed to support the units mission and readiness.
BUNCH OF INDIVIDUAL TASKS PERFORMED AT ONCE
Where does collective training take place?
Occurs at home station and maneuver combat training centers
Plan for training:
Higher commander guidance / METL
o Commander’s analysis
o Tasks to be trained
o Commander’s Dialogue
o Publish Training Guidance
Tasks to next level below
How to develop a platoon level training plan
TLP
Define Prepare:
Preparation is transition from planning to execution
Define Crawl – walk -run
Promotes an objective, standards-based approach to training
What are pre-execution checks example?
o Are soldiers trained on prerequisites?
o Leaders certified to conduct range operations?
Safety
Heat trainer
o Are class 1 , 3 ,5 supplies requested w/ pick up times finalized
o Is time allocated / schedules for retraining
o Back brief to the chain of command coordinated
o Have risk assessments been completed
Rehearsals allow leaders to:
o Identify weak point in the plan
o Teach effective training techniques
o Coach the trainer until they are comfortable
o Safety and environments consideration are met
o Leaders are tactically and technically proficient
o Determine how the trainer will evaluate the training
o Assess subordinate trainer competencies and provide feedback
o Give subordinates confidence in their ability to train
What’s the 8 step training model? IMPORTANT
1. Plan the training
2. Train / certify
3. Recon site
4. Issue the plan
5. Rehearse
6. Execute
7. Conduct AAR
8. Retrain
Why is execution important?
Experience is the most direct and most powerful because we learn from our mistakes
How does a training meeting work?
1. Have training event
2. Have training meeting
Assess (plan for 6 weeks)
3. Training event(s)
Refine
4. Training meeting
Culminate training events
5. Execute

Leads to task proficiency

What are the types of training meetings?
Battalion level (training management)
Company level (Specifics of executing training standard)
Platoon Training Meetings
Review Last weeks’ training
Plan future meetings
De-conflict training issues
CONTRACT WITH YOUR SUBORDINATES = TRAINING SCHEDULES (LASTS FOR 6 WEEKS)
What are the two types of evaluations?
T&EO
TPU
What is T&EO?
Provides procedure evaluating Individual and collective tasks
GO / NO-GO
What is TPU
METL tasked evaluation only
Trained
Proficient
Untrained
AAR method
Review what was suppose to happen

Establish what happened’

Determine what was right / wrong

Determine how tasks should be done different

IMPROVE/SUSTAIN IS NOT INCLUDED IN THIS. DON’T BE TRICKED ON TEST.

4 types of AAR evaluations
Informal (unscheduled )
Formal (scheduled)
Internal
External (someone else comes to be a part of AAR)
3 types of risk
1. Tactical (enemy forces trying to do something)
2. Accidental (everything else)
3. Residual (remaining after controls have been implemented for the hazard)
How to assess hazards and determine risk (sub steps)
Degree of probability
Degree of severity
The Army’s 11 principles of unit training
1. Commanders and other leaders are responsible for training
2 .Noncommissioned officers train individuals, crews, and small teams
3 .Train to standard
4. Train as you will fight
5. Train while operating
6 .Train fundamentals first
7 .Train to develop adaptability
8 .Understand the operational environment
9 .Train to sustain
10 .Train to maintain
11. Conduct multi-echelon and concurrent training
a. Units at different echelons train together
i. Collective and individual tasks together
b. Training that happens at same time
1st principal of unit training
Commanders and other leaders are responsible for training
2nd principal of unit training
Noncommissioned officers train individuals, crews, and small teams
3rd principal of unit training
Train to standard
4th principal of unit training
Train as you will fight
5th principal of unit training
Train while operating
6th principal of unit training
Train fundamentals first
7th principal of unit training
Train to develop adaptability
8th principal of unit training
.Understand the operational environment
9th principal of unit training
Train to sustain
10th principal of unit training
Train to maintain
11th principal of unit training
Conduct multi-echelon and concurrent training
a. Units at different echelons train together
i. Collective and individual tasks together
b. Training that happens at same time
Define Retraining:
Not all tasks will be completed to standard
Retraining is scheduled into training plan
What are the types of authorization documents?
CTA (Army Requires and gives you)
TDA (prescribes organization structure)
TOE (What army says you’re suppose to have)
MTOE (what you’re suppose to have for specific unit)
Types of property
Real (lands & buildings)
Personal (Non-expendable)(N)
Expendable (X)
Durable (D)
Flow of property
Property book officer –> Commander in charge –>
Platoon Officer –>
Squad Leaders
Accountability vs. Responsibility of property
Obligation to keep records vs. Obligation to ensure that property in your possession is used properly and cared for
5 Types of responsibility
Command (not delegated)
Supervisor (whether you know or not)
Direct
Personal (possession 5secs)
Custodial (supply SG or warehouse clerk)
DA Form 3749
Weapons card (same person, same piece of equipment for brief recurring periods)
DA Form 2062
Permanent hand receipt
Used as a shortage annex
Good forever
DA FORM 3161
Temporary 30 day receipt
Class 1 of supply:
subsistence (food)
Class 2 of supply:
Clothing and TA 50 (company level)
Class 3 of supply:
Petroleum products, fuel, oil
Class 4 of supply:
Construction / Barrier materials
Class 5 of supply:
Ammunition
Class 6 of supply:
Personal demand items (cigarettes)
Class 7 of supply:
Major end items (serial numbered items)
Class 8 of supply:
Medical equipment
Class 9 of supply:
Repair parts
Class 10 of supply:
Non-military supply (agriculture / economic development)
What is Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss (FLIPL)

DD Form ?

Investigation concerning loss, damaged or destruction of property.

DD Form 200

What has to happen for FLIPL to occur?
Person admits to liability but amounts to more than 1 months base pay

Person does not admit to negligence or liability

negligence definition and 2 types”
Anything a reasonable person wouldn’t do under similar circumstance

Simple

Gross (could be found to have committed, but still not yet guilty of FLIPL)

Willful Misconduct
Intentional wrongful or unlawful act or omission
Proximate cause
In a chain of events, unbroken by a new chain or sequence, they have to prove that you are the approximate cause of the law.
Methods of getting something off hand receipts
1. During FLIPL investigation
2. Damage statement
3. Statement of charges (pay)
4. Memorandum for record (MFR) (durable hand tools, clothing and equipment due to contamination)
(Commander can write of $100