Reception, staging, onward movement, and integration (RSOI) MICLIC range. (CTC Notes: National Training Center).
Initial coordination for the RSOI MICLIC Range should occur during the LTP. During the LTP, the Sidewinder Team will provide the unit with a compact disk (CD) containing the MICLIC Range SOP that has a general overview of the event, rotational unit responsibilities, range layout with surface danger zones, sample memorandums required by Fort Irwin Range Control, Fort Irwin POCs, and a sample battalion operations order (OPORD). A MICLIC CD is also available from the Sidewinder team and includes TTP, photos, and other information to prepare units in their train up.
The following are keys to successful execution of the RSOI MICLIC range:
* This is a battalion effort; a single company cannot plan and resource this training.
* Issue a battalion OPORD for this training before deployment.
* Get the range officer in charge and range safety officer to range control on RSOI 1 or during the LTP.
* Coordinate with the Sidewinder team for MICLIC inspections on RSOI2 or 3.
* Check your blasting machines with voltmeter (M34-220 volts, CD450-4J-220 volts, and a fresh 9-volt battery).
* Draw ammo no later than 1600 RSOI 3 and coordinate with the Sidewinder team to conduct joint inspection of ammo on RSOI 3.
* Plan to begin range operations no later than 0700 on RSOI 4; this will get you off the range by 1200.
* An M985 heavy expanded, mobility tactical truck (HEMTT) is required (M977 series does not have lift capacity for MICLIC tubs).
The POCs for the RSOI MICLIC range are MAJ Michael Rose (SW03), e-mail Sidewinder03@irwin.army.mil and CPT Jim Koeppen (SW11), DSN 380-7055, or e-mail Sidewinder11@irwin.army.mil.
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|Author:||Captain Koeppen, James R.; Major Rose, Michael W.|
|Publication:||Engineer: The Professional Bulletin for Army Engineers|
|Date:||Jan 1, 2003|
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