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TRAINING SUPPORT PACKAGE (TSP)

TSP Number

052-12C30-D05

Title

Float Bridge Examination

Task Number(s) 052-198-3018, Supervise Installation of an Overhead Cable Anchorage System

/Title(s)

052-198-3075, Direct Assembly of a Ribbon Bridge 052-198-3090, Supervise Float Bridge Maintenance 052-198-3081, Direct Assembly of a Ribbon Bridge Raft 052-198-3082, Direct Rafting Operations as Raft Commander

Effective

Date

001023

Supersedes

TSP(s)

All previous TSP’s and LP’s on this subject dated 001023

TSP User

UNITED STATES ARMY ENGINEER SCHOOL FORT LEONARD WOOD, MISSOURI 65473-5000 TASS SCHOOL BATTALIONS

Proponent

UNITED STATES ARMY ENGINEER SCHOOL ATTN: DEPARTMENT OF TRAINING AND DOCTRINE DEVELOPMENT FORT LEONARD WOOD, MISSOURI 65473-5000

Comments/

Send comments and recommendations directly to COMMANDANT: UNITED STATES ARMY ENGINEER SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OF TRAINING AND DOCTRINE DEVELOPMENT ATTN: ATSE-TD-TD-12 FORT LEONARD WOOD, MISSOURI 65473-5000

Recommen-

dations

Foreign

This product has been reviewed by the product developers in coordination with the Fort Leonard Wood foreign disclosure authority. This product is releasable to military student’s from foreign countries on a case-by-case basis.

Disclosure

Restrictions

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PREFACE

Purpose:

This training support package provides the instructor with a standardized lesson plan for presenting instruction for:

Task number:

015-198-3018

Task title:

Supervise Installation Of An Overhead Cable Anchorage System

Conditions:

In a classroom or at a float bridge site, given ferry reconnaissance data information, TC-5-210, ribbon bridge supplementary set, bridge erection boats, and personnel.

Standard:

Supervised the organization of the construction crews and the installation of an overhead anchorage system with towers that will support the ribbon bridge without causing injury to self, personnel, or damage to equipment.

Task number:

052-198-3075

Task title:

Direct Assembly Of A Ribbon Bridge

Conditions:

At a designated float bridge site, given ribbon bridge bays and bridge erection boats on transporters, mission directive to construct a full closure, and personnel.

Standard:

Directed assembly of a ribbon bridge for complete gap closure, within the time limit specified for given bridge design, using sequential steps without causing injury to self, personnel, or damage to equipment and degradation to the environment.

Task number:

052-198-3090

Task title:

Supervise Float Bridge Maintenance

Conditions:

Given a designated bridge site, TM 5-5420-209-12, TM 5-1940-277- 10, TM 5-5420-272-10, DA form 2404 or DA form 5988-E, ribbon bridge bays, bridge transporters, bridge erection boats, and personnel.

Standard:

Supervised float bridge maintenance, verifying that the preventive maintenance checks and services are conducted by the operator and the squad leader. Comparing the PMCS with established standards through examination, identifying deficiencies, initiating appropriate actions to correct faults and forward non-repairs to authorized level of maintenance.

Task number:

052-198-3081

Task title:

Direct Assembly Of A Ribbon Bridge Raft

Conditions:

At a designated float bridge site, given 2 ribbon bridge ramps, 4 ribbon bridge interior bays and the required bridge erection boats on transporters, mission directive to construct a ribbon raft, and personnel.

Standard:

Direcedt the assembly of a ribbon raft, for given raft design, using sequential steps without causing injury to self, personnel, or damage to equipment and degradation to the environment.

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Task number:

052-198-3082

Task title:

Direct Rafting Operations As Raft Commander

Conditions:

In a classroom or at a designated raft site, given a 6 float ribbon raft in the water, the required bridge erection boats in the water, personnel, and a mission directive to raft equipment during a hasty river crossing.

Standard:

Directed rafting operations as a raft commander for the given raft design determining load space, rafting method, the number of boats required, and classification for the type of raft utilized, without causing injury to self, personnel, or damage to equipment and degradation to the environment.

This TSP

Contains

   

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page

Preface

 

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Lesson 1

Section I - Administrative Data

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Section II - Introduction

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Terminal Learning Objective

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Section III - Presentation

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A - Enabling Learning Objective 1

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Section IV - Summary

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Section V - Student Evaluation

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Appendixes

A - Viewgraphs Master (Not Applicable)

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B - Test and Test Solutions

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C - Practical Exercise and Solutions (Not Applicable)

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D - Student Handout/Advance Sheet

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Float Bridging Examination

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SECTION I.

ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

All Courses

COURSE NUMBER

COURSE TITLE

Including This

Lesson

030-12C30

Bridge Crewmember (BNCOC)

 

Task(s)

TASK NUMBER

TASK TITLE Supervise Installation Of An Overhead Cable Anchorage System Direct Assembly Of A Ribbon Bridge Supervise Float Bridge Maintenance Direct Assembly Of A Ribbon Bridge Raft Direct Rafting Operations As Raft Commander

Taught or

052-198-3018

Supported

 

052-198-3075

052-198-3090

052-198-3081

052-198-3082

Task(s)

TASK NUMBER

TASK TITLE

Reinforced

None

Academic

The academic hours required to teach this course are as follows:

 

Hours

 

PEACETIME

MOBILIZATION

DL

ADT

IDT

HRS/METH

HRS/METH

HRS/METH

HRS/METH

HRS/METH

*Test:

2.0/TE

2.0/TE

0.0

2.0/TE

0.0

*Test Review:

0.5/TR

0.5/TR

0.0

0.5/TR

0.0

Total Hours

2.5

2.5

2.5

Test Lesson

Number

HOURS

LESSON NUMBER

 
 

Testing:

2.0

052-12C30-D05

Review of test results:

0.5

052-12C30-D05

Prerequisite

LESSON NUMBER

LESSON TITLE Supervise Installation Of An Overhead Cable Anchorage System Direct Assembly Of A Ribbon Bridge Direct Assembly Of A Ribbon Bridge Raft Direct Rafting Operations As Raft Commander

Lesson(s)

1230-D01

Supported

 

1230-D02

1230-D03

1230-D04

Clearance

and Access

Unclassified

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References

NUMBER

TITLE

DATE

PARA

ADDITIONAL

NO.

INFORMATION

TC 5-210

Military Float Bridging Equipment

Dec 88

   

TM 5-5420-209-12

Improved Float Bridge

Sept 93

   

STP 5-12C14-SM-TG

Bridge Crewmember

TBD

 

Under Revision

Student

The following reading/familiarization will be completed prior to classroom instruction:

Study

TC 5-210, (Chapter 1, 2, 4, 8) / TM 5-5420-209-12, (Scan PMCS pages) / Student Handout/Student advance sheet.

Assignments

Instructor

Requirements

I ITC/SGI Certified Instructor per classroom to administer the test.

 

Additional

Personnel

Requirements

None

Equipment

Required

for Instruction

Calculator

Materials

INSTRUCTOR MATERIALS : TSP, TC 5-210, TM 5-5420-209-12, Test and Answer Sheets.

Required

STUDENT MATERIALS :

Reference material, Calculator, Student notes and handout.

Classroom,

Training Area,

and Range

Requirements

Classroom group, 16 soldier’s per.

Ammunition

Requirements

None

Instructional

Before presenting this lesson, thoroughly prepare by studying this lesson and identified

Guidance

reference material. Ensure classrooms are scheduled and setup.

Assign Instructors.

Ensure all student materials are on hand in quantities needed. Ensure equipment is in working condition.

Branch

NAME

Rank

Position

Date

Safety Mgr

Approval

[If not required, put N/A. See Chapter I-2 for requirements. If required and there is no Branch Safety Mgr, obtain signature of functional equivalent.]

 

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Proponent

NAME NICHOLAS GRAHAM

Rank

SFC

Position 12C10 COURSE MANAGER

Date

Lesson

001023

Plan

HAROLD DROSSEL

CIV

CHIEF OF CMF 12 DOTD

001023

Approvals

OLLIE JACKSON

CIV

CHIEF OF TDD, DOTD

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SECTION II

INTRODUCTION

 

Method of instruction : Conference Instructor to student ratio is : 1:16 Time of instruction : 0.1 Media used : None

Motivator

Instructor will include the motivator for this lesson.

 

Terminal

Note:

Inform the student’s of the following terminal learning objective requirements.

 

Learning

Objective

At the completion of this lesson you [the student] will:

 
 

Action:

Complete a written Float Bridging Examination

 

Conditions:

In a classroom, given necessary information/reconnaissance data, TC 5- 210, TM 5-5420-209-12, calculator, student handout/notes, and examination material.

 

Standard:

Completed a written examination for TSP numbers 12C30-E01 through 12C30-E04, in 2.0 hours, and score 70% or higher to receive a GO. A 30 minute After Action Review will be conducted after the examination

Safety

Requirements

 

None

Risk

Assessment

 

Level

Low

Environmental

 

Considerations

 

None

Evaluation

Complete a written examination for TSP numbers 12C30-D01 through D04 in 2.0 hours and score 70% or higher to receive a GO. A 30 minute After Action Review will be conducted after the examination.

Instructional

Lead-In

Explain to the student’s how important it is to pass this examination.

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SECTION III

PRESENTATION

A.

ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE 1

NOTE:

Inform the student’s of the enabling learning objective requirements.

Action:

Complete a written Float Bridging Examination

Conditions:

In a classroom, given necessary information/reconnaissance data, TC 5-210, TM 5-5420-209-12, calculator, student handout/notes, and examination material.

Standard:

Completed a written examination for TSP numbers 12C30-E01 through 12C30-E04, in 2 hours, and score 70% or higher to receive a GO. A 30 minute After Action Review will be conducted after the examination

1.

Learning Activity 1: Examination.

Method of instruction : Test Instructor to student ratio is : 1:16 Time of instruction : 2.5 Media used : None

Note:

Smoothly get conference started and keep discussion on track.

a. Examination

(1) Start examination.

(a)

Pass out test booklets.

(b)

Post start and stop times.

Instructor: Ensure students are doing their own work. Do not leave students alone during the examination. Do not assist students with information that will lead or guide them to correct answers on the examination.

(c) Collect all test materials at stop time.

b. Conduct After Action Review

(1) Start After Action Review on the examination.

Instructor: Conduct After Action Review on examination.

(2) Recap examination.

Instructor: Review examination and provide test scores.

(3) Allow student questions.

Instructor: Do not give (letter) answers to the examination.

NOTE: Conduct a check on learning and summarize the learning activity.

SECTION IV

SUMMARY

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Method of instruction : Conference Instructor to student ratio is : 1:16 Time of instruction : 0.1 Media used : None

Review/

Summarize

Conduct an After Action Review on lessons 052-12C30-D01 through 052-12C30-D04 if time permits

Lesson

Check On

Determine if students have learned the material presented by--

Learning

 

a. Soliciting student questions and explanations.

b. Asking questions and getting answers from the students.

c. Correcting student misunderstandings.

Transition

To Next

Lesson

Inform the students of the next block of instruction.

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SECTION V

STUDENT EVALUATION

Testing

Student will be evaluated on a written examination for TSP numbers

Requirements 12C30-D01 through D04, in 2.0 hours and score 70% or higher to receive a GO. A 30 minute After action Review will be conducted after the examination.

NOTE:

Include this information also in the Student Evaluation Plan which documents course graduation requirements. The using school assigns course weight to the evaluation.

NOTE:

Rapid, immediate feedback is essential to effective learning. Schedule and provide feedback on the evaluation and any information to help answer student’s questions about the test. Provide remedial training as needed.

Feedback

Requirement

The instructor must forward problems with the TSP to the proponent.

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Appendix A:

Viewgraphs Master

Not Applicable

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Appendix B:

Test and Test Solutions

Tests and Answer Keys are stored separately in the appropriate Test Vault as per AR 611-5

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Appendix C:

Practical Exercise and Solutions

Not Applicable

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Appendix D:

Student Handout/Advance Sheet

Title

1230-D05, Float Bridging Examination

Terminal

At the completion of this lesson you [the student] will:

Learning

Objective

Action:

Complete a written Float Bridging Examination

Conditions:

In a classroom, given necessary information/reconnaissance data, TC 5- 210, TM 5-5420-209-12, calculator, student handout/notes, and examination material.

Standard:

Completed a written examination for TSP numbers 12C30-D01 through 12C30-D04, in 2 hours, and score 70% or higher to receive a GO. A 30 minute After Action Review will be conducted after the examination.

1. Lesson Summary:

a. Safety: Will be integrated, observed, and evaluated at all times.

b. Environmental: No major environmental impact.

c. Risk assessment: Low

2. General Instructions:

a. Conduct student reading: TC 5-210, (Chapter 1, 2, 4, 8) / TM 5-5420-209-12,

(Scan PMCS pages) / Student handout / Student advance sheet.

b. Review the student handout to ensure completeness.

3. Sequence of activities:

a. Administrative information and examination procedures briefing.

b. Conduct of examination.

c. End of lesson after action review.

d. Examination review.

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