Enemy Prisioner of War - ArmyStudyGuide.com

Enemy Prisoner of War Instructor: SSG Clutter Asst. Instructor: SPC (P) Smith First To Move Task, Condition, and Standards TASK: To perform a search of an EPW, recognize the 5 Ss, and what is meant by them. CONDITION: Given a block of instructions, a demostration, and reference material from FM 7-8. STANDARD: To correctly perform a search of a EPW, and answer Check on Learning questions correctly, and be able to discuss the 5 Ss and distinguish between each.

RISK ASSESSMENT LOW The 5 Ss Search/Segregate ce n e l i S Separate ua r g e f

a S d st 1 TM CA SEARCH Start from Head to Foot Inspect any area susceptible to hiding important information:

- Head, Kevlar, Collar - Underarms - Waist Line, Crotch - Inner leg, Ankles * Inspect equipment if time permits. Ensure to segregate between: st 1 TM - Rank - Sex - Military Association Wrong

CA Segregate Right Company Perimeter Male, Female, Enlisted, Officer, Army, Navy Males Enlisted Navy

Enemy Personnel Officers Army Females st 1 Keep the prisoners silent and ensure they are unable to communicate with each other. TM

CA Silence Useful Techniques: - Blindfold - Zip Tie Hands - Cover Mouth with Handkerchief - Zip Tie Feet st 1 Separate the enemy as quickly and as efficiently as possible

TM Wrong Right CA Company Perimeter Separate Enemy Personnel st

1 TM CA Safeguard - All personnel are entitled to safety when in the care of any military unit. - Personnel who are in your custody are also entitled to having certain items safeguard by you or allowed to keep on themselves. Items prisoners are allowed to keep: - personal items * Religious Items

* Family Pictures * Medical Aid Equipment Check on Learning Q. What are the 5Ss? R. Search, Segregate, Silence, Separate, Safeguard Q. What does Segregate mean? R. To separate enlisted from officer, males from females, and to separate different military services from each other. Q. What determines the level of search conducted on a EPW? A. The units mission and time THE END Thank You!!!! Take A Break!

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