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40TH CADET WING

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT UNIVERSITY

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA


16 Jan 15

Practical Military Training (PMT) Operations Order 1




  1. SITUATION: Leadership Laboratory (LLAB) 1 and Physical Training (PT) 1B




  1. MISSION: The objectives of LLAB are commander’s call, cadet briefings, Field Training briefings in-processing, and flight time. The objectives of PT are to explain to the cadet wing the Health and Wellness expectations as well as the Physical Fitness standards and expectations.




  1. EXECUTION: LLAB will be executed on 16 Jan 15. It is the first of fifteen scheduled training sessions.




  • Date: 16 Jan 14

  • Time: 1240 -- 1612

    • POC: 1110 – 1200, 1300 – 1612

    • GMC: 1300 – 1612

  • Uniform of the Day (UOD):

    • POC: WS/CS – Service Dress, Blues (no decorations)

    • GMC: Blues/CE (no decorations/cords)/ (Business Casual)



4. AGENDA:


Time

Event

Time

1100

GMC Lunch Break – 100 min

1100

1110

POC Meeting – 50 min @ Hog’s Pen

1110

1200

POC Lunch Break/ In-Processing/ One Card – 60 min

1200

1240

Form Up/Transit @ UH 3rd Floor Planters – 20 min

1240

1300

Opening Formation @ UH Overhang – 5 min

1300

1305

Hydrate and Transit to UH1000 – 3 min

1305

1308

Commander’s Call @ UH1000 – 40 min


1308

1348

Health and Wellness and Physical Fitness Briefing - 20 min

1348

1408

Hydrate and Transit – 3 min

1408

--

Alpha

Bravo

--

1411

Field Training Briefing @ UH 1000 – 30 min

In-Processing @ UH 3rd Floor Hallway – 30 min

1411

1441

In-Processing @ UH 3rd Floor Hallway – 30 min

IMT Briefings @ UH 1000 – 30 min

1441

1511

Hydrate and Transit – 3 min

1511

1514

Closing Formation @ UH Overhang – 3 min

1514

1517

Dismissed

1517

I. General Information:

LLAB 1 and PT 1B will consist of commanders call, cadet briefings, health and wellness briefing, field training briefing, in-processing, and flight time. In-processing will consist of height & weight, pictures, and personal data input. All cadets need to bring a form of ID that has a magnetic strip to LLAB. Cadets will maintain a “sense of urgency” while transiting and while proceeding through the in-processing line. All cell phone and watch alarms will be silenced; if they cannot be silenced, they will be stored in the locker room. The wingman concept (same gender) will be enforced.
II. Activity Stations:
Commander’s Call:

During the briefings, if called upon to ask a question or make a statement, cadets will rise to the position of attention and state the following: “Sir/Ma’am, Cadet (Name), (Phonetic Letter) Flight, question/statement).”


Lt. Col. Gordon will cover the following topics:

  • Warning signs and signals of depression and impending suicide

  • Steps that can be taken by cadets to intervene in or report impending suicide

Cadre

Alpha


Bravo

Alpha


Entrance

Bravo


Entrance

WS & Briefers

UH 1000 Seating

Importance of Honor Code in the AFROTC environment and implications of violating the Honor Code



  • Air University Policy on Academic Freedom

  • Air Force policy on religious freedom

  • Air Force policy on sexual assault and sexual harassment

  • Proper procedures for reporting sexual assault and/or harassment incidents  

UH 1000 Seating:

Alpha will enter UH1000 through the left set of doors (lower left doors on the map). Bravo will enter UH1000 through the right set of doors (lower right door on map). When leaving the auditorium, cadets will proceed out starting with the rows at the back of the auditorium and moving backward.
Cadet Briefings:

During the briefings, if called upon to ask a question or make a statement, cadets will rise to the position of attention and state the following: “Sir/Ma’am, Cadet (Name), (Phonetic Letter) Flight, question/statement).”


In-Processing:

In-processing will consist of one line that starts with the Height and Weight station, proceeds to the picture station, then to the computers for personal data input. Cadets will enter the door across from the female changing room and exit the entrance to the detachment. FTP/AS200 cadets are EXPECTED to use proper customs and courtesies at all times during In-Processing to set the example for the new cadets. FLT/CCs will also designate an area for cadets finished with in-processing to wait outside

the detachment. Ideas for this area include the escalators outside the detachment

In Processing

or the flight time area used for in-processing. All POC not assigned to a specific assignment will

help the /flow of traffic between stations and/or will be assigned to help where they

are needed.

5. POINT OF CONTACT (POC):




Assignment

Point of Contact

Agenda Coordinators

Cadets Baldwin, Robinson

Cadet Briefings

Cadets Avina, Ceniceros, Jang, Rodriguez, French, Beardsley, Castilleja

Health and Wellness Briefing

C/Lee

Height and Weight

Maj. Fryman, SSgt Roberts, TSgt Plazola, C/Lee, C/Corriea


Pictures Station

C/Jordan, C/Jang


Personal Data Input

C/Cenciceros, C/Rodriguez


6. OBJECTIVES:


Time

Activity

IMT Obj (s)

FTP Obj (s)

ICL Obj (s)

SCL Obj (s)

ECL Obj (s)

1308

-

1348



Commander’s Call – 40 min

32

32

32

32

32

1411

-

1421



Mental, Physical, Admin for FT – 10 min

-

15

28

28

28

1421

-

1431



FT Military Decorum – 10 min

-

18

28

28

28

1431

-

1441



Expeditionary Reqs for FT – 10 min

-

34

28

28

28

1411

-

1511



In-Processing – 60 min

-

-

28

28

28

1441

-

1451



Grade Structure – 10 min

1

-

28

28

28

1451

-

1501



Chain of Command – 10 min

2

-

28

28

28

1501

-

1511



Honor code – 10 min

3

-

28

28

28

1348

-

1408



Health and Wellness Briefing -20 min

22

22

22

22

22

7. OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT/SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS:




Activity

Identify

Assess

Control

Supervise/Evaluate

General

Lack of nutrition

Probability: Seldom

Severity: Low

Overall: LOW


  • Cadets will eat lunch prior to LLAB and are expected to hydrate throughout LLAB.

  • Flight Commanders are responsible for holding all of their cadets accountable for the general activity risks.

  • POC cadets are responsible for themselves and will use the wingman concept to control the risks.

  • The Chief of Safety will announce where the AED and safety bag will be located during POC meetings.

  • Det 040 Personnel and Cadre will follow instructions of emergency personnel and delegate proper shelter or evacuation procedures for cadets to follow.




General Injury

Probability: Seldom

Severity: Low

Overall: LOW


  • Cadets will be made aware by POC and are responsible to look out for and make aware any divots, pot holes, uneven ground, or inhibiting material that may cause them harm.

Dehydration


Probability: Seldom

Severity: Moderate

Overall: LOW


  • Flight commanders will remind cadets to hydrate. Everyone is expected to hydrate throughout LLAB at will. Water buffalos are available during LLAB. Hydration breaks are readily available and enforced.

Sunburn


Probability: Seldom

Severity: Moderate

Overall: LOW


  • Flight Commanders will remind cadets to apply sunscreen, if needed. Chief of Safety will be carrying the sunscreen.

8. CADRE SUPERVISION PLAN: Maj Fryman will be supervising LLAB. All Cadre are requested to be present for the duration of LLAB at UH1000 and Hog’s Pen.





9. ATTATCHMENTS:

1. POC Assignments



2. In-Processing (GMC)

3. In-Processing (POC)

Authorization

KYLE SWENGEL, C/Col, AFROTC ANDREW ORTEGA, C/Lt Col, AFROTC

Wing Commander Operations Group Commander

MATTHEW BALDWIN, C/Maj, AFROTC

Operations Squadron Commander

TO: Det 040 OFC IAN FRYMAN, Maj, USAF

Operations Orders are ____ Approved ____ NOT Approved Operations Flight Commander


ATTACHMENT 1: POC ASSIGNMENTS

Name

Position

1200

1305

1335

1445

1612

Avina

D&C/ RQ




Commander’s Call





FT Briefing

Dismissed

Baldwin

OPSQ/CC

Supervise LLAB

Commander’s Call


Supervise LLAB

Dismissed

Beardsley

TRSQ/CC




Commander’s Call


FT Briefing

FT Briefing

Dismissed

Blanke

SO

Pictures

Commander’s Call





Personal Data Input

Dismissed

Castilleja

FLT/CC

Supervise Alpha Flight

Commander’s Call

Supervise Alpha Flight

FT Briefing

Dismissed

Ceniceros

D&C/ RQ

Personal Data Input set up

Commander’s Call


COC Briefing

Personal Data Input

Dismissed

Correia

VW/CC

POC Height and Weight

Commander’s Call




GMC Height and Weight

Dismissed

Diederich

SPO




Commander’s Cal




Personal Data Input

Dismissed

French

IG




Commander’s Call

IG Briefing




Dismissed

Jang

FSS/CC




Commander’s Call

AFGS Briefing

GMC Pictures

Dismissed

Jordan

MSG/CC

POC Pictures

Commander’s Call




GMC Pictures

Dismissed

Lee

PFO


POC Height and Weight

Commander’s Call

H&W Briefing

GMC Height and Weight

Dismissed

Malasig

FLT/CC

Supervise Bravo Flight

Commander’s Call

Supervise Bravo Flight

Dismissed

Ortega

OG/CC




PowerPoint Control

PowerPoint Control

PowerPoint Control

Dismissed

Robinson

OTO

Supervise LLAB

Commander’s Call

Supervise LLAB

Personal Data Input

Dismissed

Rodriguez

PSS/CC

Personal Data Input

Set up


Commander’s Call

HC Briefing

Personal Data Input

Dismissed

Swengel

CW/CC




Commander’s Call







Dismissed


ATTACHMENT 2: GMC IN-PROCESSING

Scenario: In-Processing


Rules:

  • Selected POC will keep flights moving by instructing cadets finished with the current station to move onto the next, even if the entire flight is not finished with the current station.  Selected POC will be posted at each station to oversee and expedite the flow of traffic.

  • All cadets assigned a station during in-processing must have the mindset to work efficiently and expediently.  If one station is causing a blockage, Wing Staff and TRS/CC have the authority to re-route the line to make room and ensure other stations can function.

Height and Weight:


Execution:

  • Cadets will line up on the wall outside the uniform supply office (across from the Hog’s Pen) and remove their shoes

  • Once their height & weight has been completed, cadets will move between the Uniform & Supply room and the male locker room to put shoes back on

  • Those who do not meet Height and weight requirements will be escorted to cadre offices by C/Avina for counseling.

  • If required, a male cadre will be present to administer taping for males. TSgt Plazola will be administering taping for the female cadets.

Personnel:



  • Major Fryman, SSgt Roberts, TSgt Plazola, C/Lee, C/Corriea

Assignments:



  • Major Fryman will measure height and weight and C/Rodriguez will record measurement data on roster.  Cadets who do not meet height and weight standards will be escorted by C/Avina to get measured. Male cadets will be measured in the NCO office and female cadets will be measured in Room 3120.

  • Maj. Fryman, SSgt Roberts, TSgt Plazola, C/Lee, C/Corriea

Materials:



  • Weighing Scale

Pictures:


Execution:

  • Cadets will form a line behind a designated spot marked by tape.  

  • Cadets having their picture taken will write their name and flight on the whiteboard to hold for their picture.

  • C/Jang will ensure the line moves efficiently and is organized.

Personnel:



  • C/Jang, C/Jordan

Assignments:



  • C/Jordan will take pictures.

  • C/Jang will ensure information is recorded onto a whiteboard in order to identify cadets’ photos.

Materials:



  • Camera

Personal Data Input:


Execution:

  • Cadets will form lines behind each computer station as directed by C/Ceniceros and stand at parade rest.  

  • When it is a cadet’s turn to proceed to the computer, that cadet will come to attention and step forward.

  • Once completed, they will transit with a wingman to the planters

Personnel:

C/Ceniceros, C/Rodriguez, C/Diederich, C/Blanke, C/Robinson

Assignments:



  • Selected POC will oversee computer stations and ensure the lines stays organized.  C/Robinson, C/Avina, C/Diederich, and C/Blanke will assist cadets when putting in their information into the Google Doc sheet.

Materials:



  • 3-4 Laptop Computers



ATTACHMENT 3: POC IN-PROCESSING (POST-POC MEETING)
Scenario: In-Processing
Rules:

  • Cadets who have finished being processed will replace another cadet who has not been processed. This will be done until every cadet has been processed.

Height and Weight:


Execution:

  • Cadets will line up outside the uniform supply office (across from the Hog’s Pen) and remove their shoes

  • Once their height & weight has been completed, cadets will move between the Uniform & Supply room and the male locker room to put shoes back on

  • Those who do not meet Height and weight requirements will be escorted to cadre offices by C/Avina for counseling.

  • If required, a male cadre will be present to administer taping for males. TSgt Pazola will be administering taping for the female cadets.

Personnel:



  • Major Fryman, SSgt Roberts, TSgt Plazola, C/Lee, C/Corriea

Assignments:



  • Major Fryman will measure height and weight and C/Lee will record measurement data on roster.  Cadets who do not meet height and weight standards will be escorted by C/Corriea to get measured. Male cadets will be measured in the NCO office and female cadets will be measured in Room 3120.

Materials:



  • Weighing Scale

Pictures:


Execution:

  • Cadets will form a line behind a designated spot marked by tape.  

  • Cadets having their picture taken will write their name and flight on the whiteboard to hold for their picture.

  • C/Ceniceros will ensure the line moves efficiently and is organized.

Personnel:



  • C/Baldwin, C/Ceniceros

Assignments:



  • C/Jordan will take pictures.

  • C/Jang will ensure information is recorded onto a whiteboard in order to identify cadets’ photos.

Materials:



  • Camera

Personal Data Input:


Execution:

  • Cadets will form lines behind each computer station as directed by C/Malasig and stand at parade rest.  

  • When it is a cadet’s turn to proceed to the computer, that cadet will come to attention and step forward.

  • Once completed, they will transit with a wingman to the planters

Personnel:

C/Ceniceros, C/Avina, C/Diederich, C/Blanke, C/Robinson

Assignments:



  • C/Jang will ensure information is recorded onto a whiteboard in order to identify cadets’ photos.

  • Selected POC will oversee computer stations and ensure the lines stays organized.  C/Robinson, C/Avina, C/Diederich, and C/Blanke will assist cadets when putting in their information into the Google Doc sheet.

Materials:



  • 3-4 Laptop Computers


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