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Упражнение 4. Переведите письменно с английского на русский язык 3-й пункт боевого приказа (продолжение 2)
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d. (U) Tasks to Staff

(1) (U) Ci 1: Provide meeting area support to the Harvest Working Group as required.

(2) (U) G2:

(a) (U) Monitor local paper and media to determine effectiveness of OPERATION PEGASUS HARVEST 99.

(b) (U) Conduct analysis on Harvest collections to determine demographics, significant trends and aid in planning for future Harvest programs.

(3) (U) G3: Collect weekly collection reports and forward to CJ3 CONOPS. Report any significant events within 24 hours of receipt of the information by email with all necessary details to CJ3-CONOPS.

(4) (U) G-5/CIMIC

(a) (U) Participate in Operation Harvest Working Group (TBD) facilitated by MND(N).

(b) (U) Coordinate participation by key entity civil government leaders in the Operation Harvest Working Group hosted by MND(N). Obtain parking, interpreters, and escorts for the civil government leaders for Working Group meetings.

(c) (U) Re prepared to assist in the determination and legal acquisition of suitable destruction sites throughout the MND(N) AOR for use during OPERATION PEGASUS HARVEST 99.

(d) (U) Provide information on OPERATION PEGASUS HARVEST 99 to International Organizations so they can assist in delivering the Division 10 themes.

(e) (U) Gather and provide feedback from local citizens, civil government leaders. and civil police leaders concerning the effectiveness of OPERATION PEGASUS HARVEST 99.

(5) (U) G6.

(a) (U) Be prepared to coordinate installation ofPTT phone lines to support OPERATION PEGASUS HARVEST 99 within the MND(N) AOR.

(b) (U) Provide presentation and public address system support to the Harvest Working Group as required.

(6) (U) PMO.

(a) (U) Participate in Operation Harvest Working Group (TBD) facilitated by

MND(N).

(b) (U) Coordinate participation by IPTF and local police leaders in the Operation Harvest Working Group hosted by MND(N). Obtain parking, interpreters, and escorts for the IPTF / police leaders for Working Group meetings.

(7) (U) Information Operations. Annex P (10)

(a) (U) Develop and implement a Division 10 campaign that supports OPERATION PEGASUS HARVEST 99, beginning 01 Mar 99.

(b) (U) Develop/provide inputs to entity local media focused on promoting the turning over of unwanted weapons and reporting of and ammunition, private holdings of mines and ordnance during OPERATION PEGASUS HARVEST 99. Tailor messages as required for different areas throughout the MND(N) AOR.

(c) (U) Participate in Operation Harvest Working Group (TBD) facilitated by MND(N).

(d) (U) Be prepared to counter anti-amnesty statements as situations arise.

(e) (U) Conduct brief back of the 10 plan to support OPERATION PEGASUS HARVEST the ADC on 081300 - 1500A Mar 99. A rehearsal for the brief back will be conducted to the Division G3 on 04 Mar 99. You will be allocated no more than 15 minutes to conduct your brief back.

(8) (U) JMC.

(a) (U) Eead MND(N)-levcl Operation Harvest Working Group.

(b) (U) Coordinate participation by key EAF leaders in the Operation Harvest Working Group hosted by MND(N).

(c) (U) Expedite EAF training and movement requests associated with OPERATION PEGASUS HARVEST 99.

(d) (U) (JMC/ G2 Compliance Cell) Track harvest collections and report data to G2 to support demographic analysis.

(e) (U) Track WSS holdings and update compliance database to reflect additions to inventories.

(9) (U) SOCCE.

(a) (U) Coordinate with International Agencies, influential local figures, and media outlets to deliver information operations themes in support of OPERATION PEGASUS HARVEST 99,

(b) (U) Assess success of OPERATION PEGASUS HARVEST 99 through continued contact with local individuals and provide feedback in daily (JCO) SITREPs.

(10) (li) РАС/СР1С. Annex V(PAO)

(a) (U) Working with Division 10, develop/provide media products / inputs to entity local media focused on promoting the turning in of weapons to designate collections sites and calling in ammunition / ordnance to a responsible government agency who will come and collect the ammunition / ordnance. Tailor messages as required for different areas throughout the MND(N) AOR.

(b) (U) Monitor local paper and media to determine effectiveness of OPERATION PEGASUS HARVEST 99.

(c) (LJ) Prepare and distribute command talking points to commanders weekly. e, (U) Coordinating Instructions.

(1) (I.I) FRAGO is effective upon receipt.

(2) (U) Commander's Critical Information Requirements (CC1R).

(a) (R) Priority intelligence requirements (PIR).

1. (R) Will any groups or organizations attempt to acquire ordnance or arms turned in under this amnesty program? Which ones, where, and when?

2. (U) Will any elements attempt to sell or illegally dispose of ordnance or weapons stored in their facilities?

(b) (R) Essential elements of friendly information (EEFI).

1. (R) Have we over-committed CPF or MND(N) EOD assets? How long will it take to destroy all mines, explosives and ordnance reported and collected in?

2. (R) Do we have enough demolition material to accomplish our mission? How long will it take to get an adequate re-supply?

(c) (U) Friendly force information requirements (FF1R). Omitted.

(3) (LJ) Risk reduction control measures.

(a) (U) Ensure all personnel on patrols are aware of handling and reporting procedures for Harvest items turned in or reported to them to prevent accidental death or injury of SFOR or civilians.

(c) (U) Ensure all personnel on guard duty are aware of handling and reporting procedures for Harvest items turned in or reported to them to prevent accidental death or injury of SFOR or civilians.

(d) (U) Safety of SFOR and local population. The local population should be encouraged to bring weapons to the designated collection points only. They should be

encouraged to call a responsible government agency that will come and collect ammunition / ordnance. Ammunition / mines / ordnance are dangerous, only government experts should handle these items.

 

У любого человека обязательно должен быть целый ряд вещей. К ним относятся расчески, зубные щетки и другие подобные вещи. И конечно же не стоит забывать о такой важной части безопасности, как безопасность и при делании маникюра. Именно поэтому, Вы сможете купить качественный маникюрный набор прямо сейчас, не выходя из своего дома. Таким образом Вы будете уверены в том, что инструмент находится в отличном состоянии и является полностью безопасным.

 
 

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