Publication Title:                   IET Soldier's Handbook Vol 1 & 2
Publication/revision date:    02 MAY 2005
Field Manual:                        TRADOC 600-4
   Supersedes:                      TRADOC 600-4, 01 APR 2001
Distribution Restriction:       Approved for public release, distribution unlimited (public domain manuals)

Contents:

Volume 1 Pocket Reference

Chapter 1.  General Subjects .............................................. 1-1

Army History......................................................................... 1-1

   Heritage and Traditions  ....................................................... 1-3

Army Organization.................................................................. 1-5

Chain of Command................................................................... 1-7

Rank Insignia ..........................................................................  1-8

   Officer ................................................................................   1-8

   Warrant Officer.................................................................   1-10

   Enlisted ..............................................................................  1-11

   Rank Abbreviations ...........................................................  1-12

Military Time.......................................................................   1-12

Customs and Courtesies .......................................................  1-14

   Saluting ..............................................................................  1-14

   Rendering Honor to the Flag.............................................   1-16

   Courtesies ..........................................................................  1-18

Role of the Chaplain  ............................................................. 1-19

 

Chapter 2. Army Values ......................................................  2-1

Loyalty ...................................................................................  2-2

Duty .......................................................................................  2-5

Respect ...................................................................................  2-8

Selfless Service .....................................................................  2-12

Honor  ................................................................................... 2-14

Integrity................................................................................   2-17

Personal Courage ..................................................................  2-22

 

Chapter 3. Standards of Conduct........................................ 3-1

Uniform Code of Military Justice ..........................................  3-1

   Punitive articles ...................................................................  3-4

   Forms of Punishment ..........................................................  3-9

   Courts-Martial................................................................... 3-12

   Nonjudicial Punishment ....................................................  3-14

Equal Opportunity Policy  ................................................... 3-15

   Complaint Process ............................................................  3-16

Whistleblower Protection Act ..............................................  3-18

Fraternization .......................................................................  3-20

Improper Associations .........................................................  3-21

Sexual Harassment Policy  .................................................... 3-23

 Appropriate Behavior........................................................    3-27

   Alcohol and Drug Abuse ..................................................   3-27

   Consideration of Others ...................................................   3-28

   Homosexual Conduct Policy ............................................   3-28

   Dignity and Respect .........................................................   3-32

   Rape Prevention ...............................................................   3-32

   Suicide Prevention ............................................................   3-34

   Ethical Decision Making ..................................................   3-38

Awards and decorations  ......................................................  3-38

Terrorism  .............................................................................  3-43

 

Chapter 4. Basic Soldier Skills .........................................  4-1

Serve as a member of a Team .................................................  4-1

   Buddy System .....................................................................  4-2

Drill and Ceremony................................................................. 4-3

   Stationary Positions  ...........................................................  4-7

   Facing Movements   ............................................................  4-9

   Steps and Marching    ........................................................  4-12

Manual of Arms..................................................................... 4-15

Inspections    ......................................................................... 4-35

Personal Appearance and Uniform   ..................................... 4-36

   Hairstyle  ...........................................................................  4-37

   Jewelry ..............................................................................  4-37

   Body Piercing and Tattoos ................................................. 4-38

   Uniform Wear and Maintenance .......................................  4-38

   Boots  ................................................................................  4-39

   Insignia Placement   ............................................................ 4-39

   Individual Equipment   ....................................................... 4-45

   Bivouac Equipment ............................................................ 4-48

Physical Readiness Training (PRT)  ..................................... 4-52

   Phases of PRT ...................................................................  4-53

   Components of PRT  ........................................................  4-55

   Principles of PRT ..............................................................  4-56

   Training Injuries  ...............................................................  4-56

   Selecting Proper Running Footwear  .................................  4-58

   Sports Bra Selection  .........................................................  4-60

   Nutrition  ...........................................................................  4-60

Safety  ..................................................................................  4-63

   Prevention of Cold Weather Injuries   ................................ 4-63

   Prevention of Hot Weather Injuries ..................................  4-67

   Prevention of Hyponatremia  ............................................  4-70

Field and Personal Hygiene  .................................................  4-71

   Disease Prevention   ........................................................... 4-71

Guard Duty  .........................................................................  4-74

   Interior Guard   ................................................................... 4-74

   Exterior Guard ...................................................................  4-77

 

CHAPTER 5. Selected Common Tasks   ............................ 5-1

 

Section I. COMMUNICATIONS   ...................................... 5-1

113‑571‑1022 Perform Voice Communications   ....................  5-1

 

Section II. NAVIGATION   ................................................... 5-9

071-329-1001 Identify Terrain Features on a Map   .............. 5-9

071-329-1002 Determine the Grid Coordinates

    of a Point on a Military Map  ........................................... 5-17

071-329-1003 Determine a Magnetic

   Azimuth Using a Lensatic Compass   ................................ 5-25

071-329-1008 Measure Distance on a Map   ....................... 5-31

 

Section III.  WEAPONS  .................................................... 5-35

M16A2 Rifle  .......................................................................  5-35

071-311-2025 Maintain an M16A2 Rifle   ........................... 5-35

071-311-2026 Perform a Function Check

   on an M16A2 Rifle ...........................................................  5-51

071-311-2027 Load an M16A2 Rifle ...................................  5-54

071-311-2028 Unload an M16A2 Rifle  ............................... 5-59

071-311-2029 Correct Malfunctions of an M16A2 Rifle ....  5-60

NTN Routine Preventive Maintenance Checks and 

   Services of the M16A2 Rifle   ............................................ 5-62

NTN Marksmanship Fundamentals  .................................... 5-65

NTN Firing Positions   .......................................................... 5-75

NTN Position of the Coach   ................................................ 5-78

NTN Checklist for the Coach   ............................................. 5-79

071-311-2030 Zero an M16A2 Rifle   .................................. 5-80

M249 Squad Automatic Weapon   ..................................... 5-88

Clearing Procedures   ............................................................. 5-89

Load an M249 SAW   ........................................................... 5-90

Unload an M249 SAW   ........................................................ 5-92

Correct Malfunctions of an M249 SAW   ............................ 5-93

Hand Grenades...... ............................................................. 5-95

071-325-4401 Perform Safety Checks on Hand Grenades  .. 5-95

071-325-4407 Employ Hand Grenades   .............................. 5-99

M18A1 Claymore Mine  ................................................... 5-101

071-325-4425 Employ an M18A1 Claymore Mine  .......... 5-101

071-325-4426 Recover an M18A1 Claymore Mine ........... 5-113

M203 Grenade Launcher  ................................................ 5-115

071-311-2127 Load an M203 Grenade Launcher  .............. 5-116

017-311-2128 Unload an M203 Grenade Launcher  ........... 5-118

M136 AT4 Light Antiarmor Weapon  .............................. 5-119

071-054-0001 Prepare an M136 Launcher for Firing  ........ 5-121

071-054-0003 Perform Misfire Procedures on

   an M136 Launcher  .......................................................... 5-128

071-054-0002 Restore an M136 Launcher to

    Carrying Configuration  ................................................... 5-130

 

 

Section IV.  INDIVIDUAL SKILLS  ................................. 5-131

NTN Cover, Concealment and Camouflage,........................ 5-131

NTN Operate as a Member of a Squad  .............................. 5-142

NTN Foot Marches  .....................................................................         5-152

NTN Fighting Positions  ..................................................... 5-164

NTN Bayonet/Combatives Fighting  .................................. 5-172

NTN Rifle with Fixed Bayonet  .......................................... 5-187

 

Section V.  TACTICAL SKILLS  .................................... 5-194

301-348-1050 Report Information of Potential

   Intelligence Value (SALUTE Report)  .............................. 5-194

071-326-0502 Move Under Direct Fire  ............................. 5-198

071-326-0511 React to Flares  ............................................ 5-207

071-331-0801 Challenge Persons Entering Your Area  ........ 5-208

 

Section VI. NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, CHEMICAL ..  5-210

NTN Standardized MOPP Levels  ..................................... 5-211

031-503-1014  Detect Chemical Agents

    Using M8 or M9 Detector Paper  ................................... 5-213

031-503-1018  React to a Nuclear Hazard  ......................... 5-217

031-503-1019  React to Chemical or

   Biological Hazard or Attack  ............................................ 5-223

031-503-1024  Replace Canister on Your

   M40‑Series Protective Mask  .......................................... 5-227

031-503-1025  Protect Yourself from Chemical and

   Biological Injury or Contamination Using Your

    M40-Series Protective Mask with Hood  ....................... 5-229

031-503-1026  Maintain Your M40-Series

   Protective Mask with Hood  ............................................ 5-240

031-503-1033  Decontaminate Your Skin

   Using the M291 Skin Decontaminating Kit (SDK)  ........ 5-250

031-503-1034  Decontaminate Your Individual Equipment Using the M295 Individual Equipment Decontamination Kit (IEDK)    5-256

 

Section VII.  FIRST AID  .................................................. 5-261

081-831-1000  Evaluate a Casualty  ................................... 5-261

NTN Perform First Aid to Restore Breathing...................... 5-269

NTN Perform First Aid to Control Bleeding  ..................... 5-281

081-831-1007  Perform First Aid for

   Treatment of Burns........................................................... 5-299

081-831-1034  Perform First Aid

   for Splinting a Fracture  .................................................... 5-303

081-831-1053  Perform First Aid

   and Practice Individual Preventive Medicine

    Countermeasures  .....................................................................         5-311

081-831-1044  Perform First Aid

   for Nerve Agent Injury  .................................................... 5-341

081-831-1046  Perform First Aid

   and Transporting Casualties  ............................................ 5-352

 

Appendix

 

A.  Quotations  ....................................................................... A-1

B.  Historic Documents  ......................................................... B-1

      Extract from the Declaration of Independence  ................ B-1

      Preamble to the Constitution of the United States  .......... B-3

C.  National Anthem and Pledge of Allegiance ......................  C-1

D.  Army Song  ...................................................................... D-1

E.  Soldier’s Code  ................................................................... E-1

F.  Soldier’s Responsibilities .................................................. F-1

G.  General Orders ................................................................  G-1

H.  Code of Conduct  ............................................................. H-1

I.  Benefits ...............................................................................  I-1

      Health/TRICARE .............................................................  I-1

      Legal   ................................................................................. I-3

      Personal & Family ............................................................  I-4

      Army Family Team Building (AFTB ) .............................  I-7

J.  Promotions  ........................................................................  J-1

K.  Managing Personal Finances ...........................................  K-1

L.  Explanation of the Leave and Earnings Statement  ............ L-1

M. Common Military Acronyms and Abbreviations ........... M-1

Volume 2 Pocket Reference Warrior Tasks & Battle Drills

 

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