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What is protection?

What is the safety component of protection?

Why is the safety component of protection important?

What do we need to fix?

How can we fix it?

What's being done to fix it?

What can I do now in my unit?

What results can I expect?

Appendix A: Commander's Protection (Safety) Guidance

Appendix B. Foreword on Safety

Appendix C. Annex C (Safety) to Brigade TACSOP

Appendix D. Safety Guidance from NTC Rules of Engagement (ROE) & NTC Safety Guidance for Rotational Units (SGR)

Appendix E. NTC Readiness and Operational Safety Quiz

Appendix F. Accident Risk Assessment of Personnel Rated by Commanders/Leaders

Appendix G. Sample Areas and Indicators of Protection (Safety) Readiness

Appendix H. NTC Observations

Appendix I. Force Protection (Safety) METL Assessment Input to Commander's Training Assessment

Appendix J. Force Protection (Safety) - Execution Phase

Appendix K. Risk Management Reference Card

Appendix L. Risk Management Assessment

Appendix M. Determining Readiness Shortcoming(s) Responsible for Safety Violations

Appendix N. Force Protection (Safety) Observation Examples

Appendix O. Force Protection (Safety) Performance Worksheet (Individual Mission)

Appendix P. Force Protection (Safety) Performance Worksheet


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This document was prepared by Ted Poss and Jenny Solon, CALL, Ft Leavenworth, KS.

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