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WOT 5-BEAST Job Descriptions

WOT 5-BEAST Job Descriptions
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The main BEAST jobs are the Zone Leader, BEAST Monitor and the Tactical Deployment Leaders (TDL’s).
The Zone Leader is selected from one of the four Dorm Chiefs in a zone (there may be up to four Zones at the BEAST). This Trainee will be responsible for all four flights in the zone and coordinate with the
BEAST Monitors in order to maintain accountability of their wingmen and successfully complete given tasks. The Beast Monitor is like the Dorm Chief out at the BEAST. BEAST Monitors are responsible for their flight to ensure accountability and make sure the flight is doing its part to successfully complete given tasks. This Trainee works with his/her four or five TDL’s.
The TDL’s are like element Leaders out at the BEAST. They monitor and maintain control of a smaller group of Trainees, a group of about 10. These are the three main student leader roles at the BEAST. Trainees are chosen for these positions based on their ability to work with and lead others, previous performance and cannot be chosen for a student leader already.

POSITION DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

ZONE LEADER
• Selected by BEAST Cadre from the pool of Dorm Chiefs assigned to the Zone.
• Liaison between BEAST Cadre and flight members.
• Responsible for ensuring all assigned tasks are accomplished within the time allocated.
• Report all disciplinary problems to the BEAST Cadre immediately.
BEAST MONITOR
• One trainee per flight.
• Ensure flight members wear the correct uniform and have a neat and clean personal appearance.
• Ensure flight members wear proper footwear in and outside the tent area.
• Brief flight on information and instructions derived by key flight leaders under observation of the BEAST Cadre.
• Report all disciplinary problems by using your chain of command.
• Supervise the behavior of flight members at all times.
• Ensure all assigned personnel are present or accounted for (e.g., hospital and security detail) before lights out. NOTE
• Immediately report any of the following weapon violations to your chain of command (e.g., safety violation, missing weapon or accountability discrepancies). : immediately notify by using your chain of command anytime a trainee is not accounted for.
• Supervise the cleaning of the tent, common use areas and outside areas.
• Conduct daily checks for cleanliness, damage and proper placement of equipment. Elevate problems to the BEAST Cadre.
• Responsible for assigning and ensuring flight members are covering the following positions:
ECP
ECP/DFP Rear Security
DFP
UCC Tent
PAR Sweep
SABC
• Annotate schedules, track team performances, monitor trainee positions and accountability of all assigned personnel in UCC Tent.
• Assist with tent drills.
POSITION DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TACTICAL DEPLOYMENT LEADER (TDL)
• Two trainees per tent. (4 – 6 per flight)
• Accountable for security shifts that the TDT is assigned to cover.
• Assist BEAST monitor in the design and maintenance of the security schedules and response teams.
• Provide TDT Roster to the UCC Tent.
• TDM
• Brief mission and answer any questions.
• Lead team through mission successfully.
• Keep track of time while deployed.
• Maintain a log of information to be briefed to BEAST Cadre. Ensure the log contains sightings, rescues, tasks completed and OPFOR encounters.
• Ensure assigned personnel are dressed and have all required equipment.
• Perform accountability checks at the end of each day to track completion of mission
LEARNING OUTCOMES on each trainee’s BMT (AEF) ID card. Each objective needs to only be checked off once and cards will be collected on Friday.
• Operational Risk Management (ORM)
Notify chain of command if you notice safety hazards in the area traveling.
Notify chain of command if anyone gets injured. DO NOT
Brief team to watch out for snakes, ant hills, spiders, boars, scorpions, skunks, etc. If one or more of these animals or insects are seen, notify BEAST Cadre immediately. During non-duty hours, report to UCC Tent for radio transmission to Cochran EOC. If unable to move, yell for help. move victim. Administer SABC and wait for BEAST Cadre/IDMT to arrive on scene.
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (EM) MONITOR
• One trainee per tent. (2 per flight)
• Ensure response teams are proficient and apply appropriate procedures during all exercises.
• Conduct EM tent drills
SELF-AID AND BUDDY CARE (SABC)MONITOR
• One trainee per tent. (2 per flight)
• Ensure response teams are proficient and apply appropriate procedures during all exercises.
• Conduct SABC tent drills.
ENTRY CONTROLLER (EC) MONITOR
• One trainee per flight.
• Assist BEAST monitor in the design and maintenance of the security schedules and response teams.
• Responsible for ensuring those trainees scheduled to perform DFP and report on time, do not miss meals and are relieved on time.
• Assist with the tent drills.
POSITION DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES MRE/EQUIPMENT MONITOR
• One trainee per tent. (2 per flight)
• MRE
Distribute the appropriate number of MREs from Dakota Warehouse or alternate storage facility to each individual assigned to that Zone.
Place MREs inside the backpack until consumed at designated meal times.
Inform your chain of command if a trainee suffers from any type of food allergy or unique dietary requirements (e.g., vegetarian, Halal and Kosher), so they can be issued specific type of meals.
• Equipment
Notify your chain of command of any malfunctioning, missing or broken equipment within your tent.
Interior – look at lights, cots, footlockers, sleeping bags, etc.
Exterior – look for holes in air conditioning/heat hose, lace fabric of the tent, zipper broke on entrance to tent, etc.
Responsible for ensuring that all areas have been inventoried. If items are unserviceable or missing, document the discrepancy and notify the BEAST Cadre.
WEAPONS MONITOR
• One trainee per tent. (2 per flight)
• Ensure accountability of all weapons and inform BEAST Monitor or BEAST Cadre of any missing/unaccounted weapon.
• Monitor weapons safety and inform BEAST Monitor or BEAST Cadre of any horseplay/safety infractions.
• Monitor assigned personnel to ensure they are in direct possession of or within one arms length from their weapon. NOTE
• When in the tent and not field stripping weapon, trainees weapon will be placed under their cot resting on X frame, muzzle facing away from center aisle. : when using the latrine, your wingman can take possession of your weapon. Ensure all assigned personnel are in direct possession of or within one arms length away from their weapon at all times.
WAR SKILLS AND MILITARY STUDIES (WSMS)MONITOR
• One trainee per flight.
• Assists the BEAST Monitor in maintaining the security and response team schedules.
• Responsible for taking and reporting accountability for mandatory lesson “Introduction to the Code of Conduct.”
Inform a member of the BEAST Cadre if there are trainees on site that have not had this Block I.
Take attendance prior to the video and inform BEAST Cadre of any missing trainees.
• Report to BEAST Cadre anyone that is not present for any portion of the four days of mandatory training.
• Assist with the tent drills.