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Lower level outcomes are those tangible tools, or the infantryman's skill set, that are the locus of the majority of our individual common task training.
This resulted in all Soldiers' certifying on their individual weapons; common task training (CTT); and chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) tasks within the first 45 days.
Legend: APFT = Army Physical Fitness Test BDA = Battle Damage Assessment CTT = Common Task Training HHB = Headquarters and Headquarters Battery Figure 2: 1-5 FA's Rotation Schedule for Motorized Infantry Operations, Delivery of FA Fires and Base Defense while deployed in OIF II.
Soldiers are certified by completing the following training to prepare them for the myriad of missions they will execute while assigned to USAREUR: * Community in-processing * Force protection training, levels I and II * USAREUR individual readiness training * Community law enforcement training * Emergency Vehicle Operators Course * Driver training * Common task training * Rail certification training At the team level, mission orientation is instilled almost immediately.
These tasks are not new, nor do the various mission training plans, soldier's manuals, common task training testing requirements, or the Army's universal task list ignore them.
These simple tasks can be taught during basic training and reinforced annually by common task training (CTT).
The battery continued to focus on common task training (CTT), sustainment training, theater-specific training and soldier readiness while waiting for its air manifest date.
One recommendation to enhance the force protection posture of the Army while continuing to hone warfighting skills is to incorporate basic force protection tasks into quarterly common task training (CTT).