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Whether minutes or hours are allowed for the RSOP, adjustments must be made. 2-8. THE RECONNAISSANCE PARTY The reconnaissance party should consist of enough individuals to accomplish successful RSOP. An example of a reconnaissance party is: the commander, the GSG, and representatives from each howitzer FDC; and support section. If enough survey or position azimuth determining system (PADS) sections are available, a survey capability 2-4 should be allocated to the commander. This capability will depend upon survey priority established by the battalion S3.

D. The GSG implements the security and defense plan as personnel become available. e. Other considerations for night occupations areas follow: (1) Light discipline must be practiced. Proper preparation for a night occupation will minimize the need for lights. Vehicle blackout drive and blackout marker lights should be turned off as soon as the ground guide has begun to lead the vehicle into position. During the laying process, only the aiming circle (AC) and the weapon being laid should have any night lights on.

B. Outsize or heavy vehicles in accordance with national regulations (see Annex B). c. In the case of border crossing movement, see STANAG 2176. d. Hazardous cargo (in accordance with national/military regulations). 8. Special Regulations for the Execution of Movement. a. Halts. (1) Short halts made by columns normally are to last 10 minutes and should be taken where possible after every 2 hours of operation. (2) Long halts made by columns for at least 30 minutes must always be specifically plotted on road movement graphs.

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