Army ground guide manual

STP 5588M14SMTG Soldier's Manual and Trainer's Guide 88M, Motor Transport Operator Skill Levels 1, 2, 3, and 4 Soldier's Manual and Trainer's Guide 88M, Motor Transport Operator, Skill Levels 1, 2, 3, and 4 Tasks in this manual apply to active Army and reserve component soldiers. Ground Guides and Ground Guiding AR, FM, and FM 21 306 provide guidance on the use of ground guides and ground guiding procedures.

In addition, use the procedures below to manage the risks associated with ground guiding operations. Drivers should stop when they do not understand a ground guide's signal or lose sight of the ground guide. Soldiers should understand the handandarm signals outlined in Field Manual 2160 Before moving vehicles in these areas, the operator and the ground guide should have the same clear understanding of what the hand and arm signals mean.

The same applies for use of filtered flashlights or chemlights in limited visibility. As part of the Army's Doctrine 2015 initiative, Field Manuals (FMs) would continue to serve as the most comprehensive reference manuals in the new series of doctrine documents, which also included FM 722.

7 The Army Noncommissioned Officer Guide December 2002 FM 7100. 1 OPFOR Opposing Force Operations December 2004 FM 7100. 4 OPFOR Opposing Force Organization Guide May 2007 Classbriefing that teaches Ground Guide Procedures. Ground guides must be trained in standard arm and hand signals and flashlight signals before guiding a wheeled vehicle and continues on to covers the subject in detail.



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