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SOLDIERS OF STEEL. Regiment NCOPD. COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT: The Routine Report & Conduct Procedures. SOLDIERS OF STEEL. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • RegimentNCOPDCOMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT:The Routine Report & Conduct Procedures

  • VICTORY ON THE BATTLEFIELD WILL NOT COME FROM HOARDING SUPPLIES AND DEMANDING CORRECT PAPERWORK AND PROPER JUSTIFICATION BEFORE PROVIDING SUPPORT. THE ONLY RESULT OF SUCH BUREAUCRATIC INACTION IS DEAD SOLDIERS, WHO RECEIVED TOO LITTLE TOO LATE.

    MAJ JOHN E. EDWARDSLOGISTICS IS THE LIFEBLOOD OF THE ARMIES. GEN DENNIS J. REIMER Joint Chief of Staff of the Army

  • VICTORY ON THE BATTLEFIELD WILL NOT COME FROM HOARDING SUPPLIES AND DEMANDING CORRECT PAPERWORK AND PROPER JUSTIFICATION BEFORE PROVIDING SUPPORT. THE ONLY RESULT OF SUCH BUREAUCRATIC INACTION IS DEAD SOLDIERS, WHO RECEIVED TOO LITTLE TOO LATE.

    MAJ JOHN E. EDWARDS

  • Purpose of this briefing:To define CSSIdentify CSS ClassesTo inform the chain of command the proper CSS proceduresi.e.: report and conduct of CSS proceduresCOMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT

  • COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORTThe Sources:FM 17-15 FKSM 17-15-3 Tank Platoon SOPCombat Service Support Guide by MAJ John E. Edwards, 1989

  • COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORTCSS Defined:A means of arming, fueling, fixing, feeding, and clothing combat forces on the battlefield with an end-state mission of supporting and sustaining the combat power of an army.

  • COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORTTo accomplish the mission, CSS requires:proper proceduresprevents redundanciesaccurate dataprevents too much or too little requisitions consistent application of valid support concepts and principles SOPs provide quick reactions, quick requisitions and thus: quick COMBAT SUPPORT

  • COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORTLogistic Classes:Class I: Food subsistenceClass II: Clothing, Tentage, Tool Sets, Individual EquipmentClass III: Fuel, Petroleum, Oil, & Lubricants (POL)Class IV: Barrier Materials (Barbed wires, lumber, concrete, etc.)Class V: AmmunitionsClass VI: Personal Demands/EffectsClass VII: End Items (tanks, trucks, weapons, & power units)Class VIII: Medical SuppliesClass IX: Repair PartsClass X: Civil Affairs Items

  • COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORTAs you plan to conduct CSS:You must plan your class orders in advance to prevent shortages in combat type situations.You must coordinate for LOGPAC locations, conditions, and times.Pay strict attention to details.ie.: If you are planning a LOGPAC for infantry soldiers, do not provide tanker LOGPAC; plan accordingly.

  • COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORTThree types of Resupply:PRESTOCKROUTINEEMERGENCY

    Using two methods:TAILGATESERVICE STATION

  • COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORTCSS reports:Yellow 1: Equipment Status Report (ESTAT)Yellow 2: Ammo Status Report Yellow 2A: Ammo requestsYellow 3: POL Status Report Yellow 3A: POL requests

    NOTE: Refer to FKSM 17-15-3, Chap. C-12 for proper designators, lines, and formats as each circumstance dictate appropriate reports

  • COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORTConducting routine CSS:PSG coordinates with 1SG for LOGPAC linkupPlatoon, or other elements, provide security based on the CDRs guidanceLOGPAC is disseminated tactically as environment dictatesPSG coordinates with 1SG for further requirementsPL keeps CDR informed on LOGPAC status

  • COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORTCSS NCOPD in review:Defined CSSDiscussed CSS requirementsProvided Logistics ClassesProvided considerations when coordinating for LOGPACDiscussed general CSS Report & Conduct procedures

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