•1-3rd Attack Reconnaissance Battalion
RESOURCE REFERENCES: FM 55 – 30, FM 55 – 10, SAFETY BOOK, FM 5 – 36, FM 55 - 312
TASK: Determine requirements for convoy movements and
conduct convoy operations.
CONDITION: Given a class room environment determine prior,
current and post requirements for convoy operations within a
theater of operation (USAREUR).
STANDARD: Upon completion each individual will have a
working knowledge of the difficulties, and restrictions involved in
establishing convoy operations.
TASKS – CONDITIONS – STANDARDS
What are the three types of road classifications as determined by STANAG 2174?
A) 1, 2 or 3; B) X,Y or Z; C) Traffic, oversized, limited
The green convoy flag goes on the lead vehicle of a convoy.
A) True; B) False
What is the largest element of a convoy?
A) March unit; B) Serial; C) Column; D) Main Body
Who is responsible for the vehicles and personnel of a convoy from SP to RP?
A) Company Commander; B) Squad Leader; C) Platoon Sergeant; D) Convoy Commander
How many different types of Convoy Support Centers are there?
A) Five; B) Four; C) Three; D) Two
What do the first two numbers on a March Credit represent?
A) Number of vehicles in the convoy; B) Date of movement; C) Hour of movement
What are 3 problems that can arise in a convoy?
What is the time limit for a Routine March Credit for standard vehicles?
A) 2 days; B) 5 days; C) 10 days; D) 15 days
What is the time limit for a Routine March Credit for oversized/overweight vehicles?
A) 5 days; B) 7 days; C) 10 days; D) 1 month
What distance constitutes a line haul?
A) 22 miles; B) 96 miles; C) 144 KM; D) 214 KM
Next: Section 1 – Convoy Definitions
Convoy: 6 or more vehicles
March (Element): 2 – 20 Vehicles
Serial (Element): 2+ March Units
Column (Element): 2+ Serials...