[badgerstatevolunteers] Re: Field op SOP

  • From: Shawn Wilkerson <tatz1977@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: badgerstatevolunteers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 11 Mar 2011 13:57:55 -0800 (PST)

with all present ...

--- On Fri, 3/11/11, lomax <chac2ook@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

From: lomax <chac2ook@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [badgerstatevolunteers] Re: Field op SOP
To: badgerstatevolunteers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Friday, March 11, 2011, 3:56 PM

we should probably talk it over at a meet before we set it in stone

On Fri, Mar 11, 2011 at 3:55 PM, lomax <chac2ook@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

We've talked more the last 2 days than we ever have....this is great. 

On Fri, Mar 11, 2011 at 3:53 PM, Shawn Wilkerson <tatz1977@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

up to a point . yes 

--- On Fri, 3/11/11, Joe <virtualadonis@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

From: Joe <virtualadonis@xxxxxxxxxxx>

Subject: [badgerstatevolunteers] Re: Field op SOP
To: badgerstatevolunteers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Friday, March 11, 2011, 3:51 PM 

Yes structure!


From: kevin Joyner 
Sent: Friday, March 11, 2011 3:35 PM
To: badgerstatevolunteers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Cc: Joe 
Subject: [badgerstatevolunteers] Re: Field op SOP
What is their to agree or disagree with in the SOP?  This is the need for 
structure that is getting handled.

On Fri, Mar 11, 2011 at 3:27 PM, Joe <virtualadonis@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

All this is good stuff. However not everyone is reading or paying attention to 
this. All of this should be discussed in a meeting and what is agreed on then 
put out to the people. Thus the need for structure we will all be on the same 

-----Original Message----- From: xcopdaddy@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Friday, March 11, 2011 2:52 PM
To: badgerstatevolunteers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [badgerstatevolunteers] Field op SOP 

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We had a few problems last time

Nuttin big

Field training op SOP:

All those participating should bring FULL BOB and line gear to all
field ops unless otherwise instructed.  To include minimum field
gear (See WRAM posted gear list). Firearm and target ammo. Clothing
appropriate to conditions. Head gear, body armor, load carry
equipment, field knife ect.  Not all items will always be used, but
this will prevent people missing out on training because they
didn't bring gear.

Comms:  1 radio (of the agreed style and system) per 2 persons
should be brought to all outdoor operations.  Radios should be
charged and in working order.

Medic:  EVERYONE shall bring a personal first aid kit.  At least 2
"squad" level 1st aid kits should be present.  1 carried by the
designated medic. 1 as a backup.

Personnel shall meet at agreed time in agreed muster point.
Head count shall be taken and radios/ medical equipment/ other
equipment handed out as needed.

Movement to training area should be done as an organized march,
Either as a file (esp if in public view) or in wedge patrol

When training area is reached group shall fan out and sweep area
and set up 360 security before conducting training.

NON group movement should be done in buddy teams for safety and
tactical reasons.  No one should ever go anywhere alone.

Training block: Training should be laid out in advance if
particular equipment is required. Rappelling gear, tools, camp
gear, flash lights, paintball guns etc.

Training blocks should be organized in a "crawl" basic info "walk"
very basic practice "run" full speed blocks for safety and ease of
under standing.  ABOVE all safety should be a top priority of all

NO illegal activities should ever be advocated by training.

Instruction should be conducted without interruption for
efficiency, instructors should however pause as often as is
practical, to allow for questions.

At each field training op it would be optimal to conduct 3 blocks
of training.  Each block should, be integrally related to one
another if at all possible.

Security: For practice at field exercises during instruction 2
members should be providing simulated over watch.  This should
rotate, through buddy teams in blocks of time evenly distributed
through the buddy teams. Unless other wise designated.

for water/ bathroom/ ect should be offered approx every hour.  Mid
day a field kitchen should be set up in some manner and field
cooking/ mess should be conducted in "bug out mode" if at all
possible.  Attention should be paid to not giving away location by
noise, smoke, waste ect while cooking if at all possible.

At conclusion of training block personnel should discuss training
and relevant issues to the general group, but security should be
continued through the duration of the operation for training
purposes.  Location sec should also be attempted to be kept through
noise, light, smoke discipline whenever possible.

close of training:
The area should be policed for any and all garbage or items that
would violate OPSEC. Extraction and egress from training area
should follow the same procedures as entry.

Borrowed equipment should be returned to owner or to group supply.
LACE (Liquid Ammo Casualty Equipment) report should be verbally
taken for future reference as to set up parameters of supply needs,
individual hazards equipment needs ans the like.

Head count should again be taken before dismissal of personnel.

AAR: At least 1 after action report should be generated for each
Field training operation by at least 1 designated participant and
any other person who wishes to write one.  Basic summary of the
activities, problems encountered, solutions found, any other events
of significance should be noted. 3 things to sustain and 3 things
to improve should be submitted.  The report(s)should be reviewed at
the next planning meeting (non field meeting).  Format should
follow previous ex if possible.

Discuss adjust as yall wish.

That's what i can come up with with a sleeping baby on me.
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timid spirits Who know Neither Victory nor Defeat.”
Theodore Roosevelt 

"I was not delivered unto this world in defeat,
nor does failure course in my veins. I am not a
sheep waiting to be prodded by my shepherd. I
am a lion and I refuse to talk, to walk, to sleep
with the sheep. I will hear not those who weep
and complain, for their disease is contagious. Let
them join the sheep. The slaughterhouse of failure
is not my destiny.


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