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SAPPER LEADER COURSE . PAMPHLET . SAPPER LEADER COURSE . HHD 35th ENGINEER BATTALION. 1ST ENGINEER BRIGADE. FORT LEONARD WOOD, Missouri 65473. SAPPER LEADER COURSE PAMPHLET February 2010. THE SAPPER LEADER PAMPHLET . I. PREFACE ..2. II. FOREWORD ..3. III. HISTORY OF THE SAPPER ENGINEER ..4. IV. OVERVIEW AND ATTENDANCE ..5. TRAINING LOCATION ..5. PREREQUISITES ..5. COMBAT WATER SURVIVAL TEST (CWST) ..5. ATTENDANCE ..6. REENTRY INTO V. STUDENT ORIENTATION ..7. TRAVEL ..8. MAILING ADDRESS ..8. EMERGENCY PHONE CONTACT ..8. LEAVE ..8. REPORTING ..8. MEDICAL BILLETING ..9. PAY ..9. LAUNDRY SERVICES ..9. TRAINING DAY ..9. UNIFORM AND APPEARANCE.

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1 SAPPER LEADER COURSE . PAMPHLET . SAPPER LEADER COURSE . HHD 35th ENGINEER BATTALION. 1ST ENGINEER BRIGADE. FORT LEONARD WOOD, Missouri 65473. SAPPER LEADER COURSE PAMPHLET February 2010. THE SAPPER LEADER PAMPHLET . I. PREFACE ..2. II. FOREWORD ..3. III. HISTORY OF THE SAPPER ENGINEER ..4. IV. OVERVIEW AND ATTENDANCE ..5. TRAINING LOCATION ..5. PREREQUISITES ..5. COMBAT WATER SURVIVAL TEST (CWST) ..5. ATTENDANCE ..6. REENTRY INTO V. STUDENT ORIENTATION ..7. TRAVEL ..8. MAILING ADDRESS ..8. EMERGENCY PHONE CONTACT ..8. LEAVE ..8. REPORTING ..8. MEDICAL BILLETING ..9. PAY ..9. LAUNDRY SERVICES ..9. TRAINING DAY ..9. UNIFORM AND APPEARANCE.

2 9. PHYSICAL FITNESS ..10. ARMY PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST ..10. PHYSICAL FITNESS UNIFORM ..10. DAILY PHYSICAL TRAINING ..10. LEADERSHIP ..11. VI. EQUIPMENT AND HEADGEAR CONFIGURATIONS ..12. VII. INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT LIST ..15. VII. MANDATORY TRAINING ..18. IX. INDIVIDUAL SOLDIER TASK PROFICIENCY ..19. 21B COMBAT ENGINEER STP 7-11B24-SM: 11B INFANTRY TASKS ..20. X. EXAMPLE MEMORANDUMS . 21. PROFICIENCY ..21. SPECIALIST NON-PROMOTABLE 22. SPECIALIST PROMOTABLE MEMORANDUM 23. 1. SAPPER LEADER COURSE PAMPHLET February 2010. I. PREFACE. The SAPPER LEADER COURSE is the premier leadership COURSE for the Engineer Regiment. It trains confident and competent leaders to thoroughly plan and aggressively execute combat engineer missions.

3 The training is very challenging but its rewards are great. Both individual soldiers and units benefit from the training. Sappers graduate with improved engineer and leadership skills; companies return to home station more cohesive and better trained cadre. The SAPPER LEADER COURSE provides a unique opportunity to collectively train an engineer company's cadre from the ranks of corporal to captain. No other COURSE in the Army does this. To take full advantage of the team-building aspect of this training, this training is available to all combat arms, combat support, and combat service support. There are two areas in which soldiers must be proficient before attending the COURSE ; physical conditioning and land navigation.

4 Most of our attrition is due to inadequate physical conditioning and an inability to negotiate our land navigation COURSE . A tough physical conditioning train-up, as well as refresher training in map reading and land navigation skills, will improve performance in these areas. 2. SAPPER LEADER COURSE PAMPHLET February 2010. II. FOREWORD. During the past 25 years, the Army's dedication to doctrine, training, organizational design, and LEADER development has produced the best trained, most ready Army in our nation's history. The Army's success in combat operations such as Operation URGENT FURY, Operation JUST CAUSE Operation DESERT.

5 STORM, and OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM; as well as its exceptional performance in operations other than war have validated these efforts, added to the distinguished heritage of the Army, and established a strong foundation to support future accomplishments. Today, our nation's force-projection Army must stand ready to rapidly deploy and conduct decisive operations on many battlefields and in many environments. Missions can range from large scale combat operations to disaster relief and nation assistance. Each situation requires a unique force package that is tailored to accomplish specific objectives yet agile and flexible enough to adapt to rapidly changing conditions.

6 The Army conducts its operations in accordance with the doctrinal framework established in FM 3-0 Operations. This field manual describes how the Army will apply its resources to accomplish missions across the full spectrum of military operations. To be truly competent, leaders must understand not only how the Army plans and conducts operations, but also the role that they and their soldiers play in the operational environment. At the small unit level, mission success requires competent leaders capable of taking the initiative and acting independently in support of their higher commander's intent. Combat engineer leaders must be highly motivated, physically and mentally tough, and technically and tactically proficient in order to accomplish their missions and provide effective support to their maneuver elements.

7 The SAPPER LEADER COURSE is designed to develop tough, hard, and knowledgeable leaders who are confident in their abilities and capable of operating under the harshest of conditions. The 28 day COURSE is extremely fast paced and challenging. It will instill a high level of self-confidence and quickly enhance the cohesion within your unit. The primary focus of the SAPPER LEADER COURSE is troop leading procedures using dismounted combat patrolling as the teaching vehicle. The SAPPER LEADER COURSE is a leadership development school for combat engineers that teach skills critical to success on the battlefield. This PAMPHLET is designed to acquaint you with the SAPPER LEADER COURSE and the requirements for its successful completion.

8 3. SAPPER LEADER COURSE PAMPHLET February 2010. III. HISTORY OF THE SAPPER ENGINEER. The term SAPPER can be traced back as far as 1501 to the siege of Rouen during the French Wars. Sappers throughout time have proven their abilities to build and repair fortifications, execute field works, and reform the countryside with demolitions and heavy equipment to weaken the enemy and lead the infantry to victory on the battlefield. On May 27, 1778, Congress authorized three companies of Sappers and Miners to receive instruction in erecting field works -- the first step toward technical education -- and to direct fatigue parties, repair damaged works and erect new ones.

9 Recruitment continued for more than two years with the activation of the companies on August 2, 1780. Meanwhile, on March 11, 1779, Congress passed a resolution that formed the engineers of the Continental Army into the Corps of Engineers. The Corps of Engineers and its companies of Sappers and Miners enjoyed their finest hour in October of 1781 at Yorktown where General Washington conducted a siege in the classical manner of Sebastian de Vauban, the great French master of siege craft. Thirteen engineer officers of the combined French and American Armies performed crucial reconnaissance and with the fifty men of the Sappers and Miners, planned and constructed field works.

10 In addition, the Sappers and Miners assembled fortification materials, erected gun platforms, transported cannons and ammunition, and cleared the way for the decisive infantry assault on Redoubt 10. After the battle, General Washington cited Duportail, the first Chief of Engineers, for conduct which afforded "brilliant proofs of his military genius," and set the seal of his reputation. Combat engineers in today's Army are required to demonstrate qualities similar to their Revolutionary War counterparts, and when they do, they proudly call themselves SAPPERS. 4. SAPPER LEADER COURSE PAMPHLET February 2010. IV. OVERVIEW AND ATTENDANCE.


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