Area Recon

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SSG Stevenson, William David
07 January 2011
Area Recon PE 1

1. The platoon leader assigns the task of conducting area reconnaissance based off of the orders received, S3 information and guidance given using METT-TC. The Platoon leader knows the location of area recon (EG 17086770 to EG 16858710) and his instructions to determine insurgent supply route and drop point. The PL knows the mission must be completed NLT 011800OCT07.
2. In order to utilize the triangle technique to occupy the ORP the platoon leader will assign and ensure the squads know their positions. The lead squad will be the base of the triangle, facing in the direction of travel. The tip of the triangle will be the 6 o’clock position. The left corner of the triangle will cover the 10 o’clock position, while the right covers the 2 o’clock position. The HQ element will be within the triangle finalizing plans. In order to make up the triangle, the Trail squad covers from the 6 o’clock position up to the 10 o’clock position where the lead squad is. The middle squad covers from the 6 o’clock position up to the 2 o’clock position.

3. The most desirable method for executing and area reconnaissance is ling range observation and reconnaissance. This method adds to stealth and limits the detection by enemy. Also, this method keeps the soldiers out of range for small arms fire helping them withdrawal and break contact.
4. Once the mission is complete all squads and members of the reconnaissance operation assemble at the designated rendezvous point or ORP. While at the selected point the information will be shared and disseminated. Recorders will be present to take down all obtained information and make sketches. Everyone is briefed, so all members have the information. The platoon leader ensures all members are good with the withdrawal plan and move back to patrol…...

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