Sunday, 21 May 2017

Promotions 2016 (Sergeant) drills

Rifle drills 
1) Command: SEDI – A (Attention)
> Drill Movement 
- The right hand holds the rifle vertical at the right side, thumb gripping the left side of the rifle and touching the leg.
- Fingers straight and together, on the right side of the rifle slanting towards the ground, with the toe of the butt in line with the seam of the toe cap of the boot; magazine pointing to the front
- The position of right hand – where the hand, with the arm extended, would be behind/beside the front sight assembly with the flash suppressor touching the arm.
> Common faults: 
- Rifle not verticle – i.e. muzzle pointing forward or to the left or right
- Butt not in line with the seam of the toe cap of the boot
- Fingers not together and curling around the front of the rifle or curled under the foresight guard

2) Command: SENANG DI – RI
> Drill Movement 
- Stand at ease and at the same time tilt the rifle forward on the butt forcing the right forward in line with the right shoulder, keeping the arm straight
> Common faults: 
- Moving the toe of the butt
- Lack of co-ordination between arm and leg
- Curling the fingers around the front of the rifle

3) Command: RUSOK SENJA - TA (Shoulder Arms) 
> Drill movement: 
-With a flick of the right wrist, throw the rifle up to the right shoulder, releasing it when the hand is level with the waist belt
-Straighten the right arm to strike and seize the pistol grip with the thumb round the pistol grip and the back of the right
-At the same time bring the left hand across the body and; with the forearm horizontal, strike and grip the hand guard, forcing the rifle into the shoulder, with the back of the hand to the front, and the thumb behind the stock
-The rifle is vertical with the magazine to the front. Pull rifle back and left arm to the position of attention by the shortest route so that the thumb is touching the leg behind the seam of the trousers and the rifle is resting on the heel of the butt.
> Common faults: 
-Not releasing the rifle soon enough for both hands to seize it at the same time
- Lifting the rifle instead of flipping 
-Moving the right shoulder backwards 
-Butt too far forward 
-Not keeping the left elbow close to the body when pulling it to 
the side 
-Pulling the rifle butt back too far or not far enough
> Timing: 1-CHECK-1

4) Command: TURUN SENJA - TA (Order Arms) [From the shoulder] 
> Drill movement: 
- Force the butt forward so that the rifle is vertical. 
-At the same time bring the left hand across the body to seize the barrel immediately below the flash suppressor, with the thumb and fingers around the barrel, keeping the left elbow close to the body.
-Release the rifle with the right hand. Lower it with the left hand until the toe of the butt is 1 inch from the ground and level with the seam of the right toecap
-As the rifle reaches this position, strike and seize it for the position of the order, keeping the elbow to the side. The rifle is resting on the toe of the butt
-Lower the rifle to the position of the order; at the same time return the left arm to the side by the shortest route.
> Common faults: 
- Looking down at the rifle when executing the drill 
-Not gripping the barrel with the left thumb behind it 
-Not controlling the rifle with the left hand 
- Not keeping the shoulders facing the front 
- Exaggerating the movement of the left hand 
- Banging the butt on the ground 
> Timing: 1-CHECK-1-CHECK-1

5) Command: BARING SENJA - TA (Ground Arms) [Only in OPEN squad] 
> Drill movement
- Take a marching pace of about 75 cm forward with the left foot, allowing the knee to bend 
- The right foot remains at the same spot, with the knee bent but not touching the ground. 
- With the right hand, twist the rifle to the right 
-Lay the rifle on the ground with the barrel pointing straight to the front, the magazine to the right and the butt plate in line with the seam of the right toe cap 
- The left arm is placed such that it is perpendicular to the ground with 
the fist clenched 
- Straighten the body and bring the left foot back 
- Return the right arm to the side 
- Resume the position of attention 
> Common faults
- Looking down 
- Rifle not straight in front 
> Timing: 1-CHECK-1 (bang after 1) 

6) Command: ANGKAT SENJA - TA (Take up Arms) [Reverse of Baring] 
> Drill movement
- Take a pace of 75 cm with the left foot, bending forward 
- Bend both knees and grip the rifle where it is held at the order with 
the right hand, looking to the front 
- Straighten the body, gripping the rifle in the right hand 
-Bring the left foot back
- Twist the rifle so that the magazine faces the front
- Resume the position of attention  
> Common Faults
- Looking down
- Not contolling the rifle
- Losing balance
> Timing: 1-CHECK-1 (Bang after 1)

7) Command: HORMAT SENJA – TA (Present Arms)[Only in OPEN Squad] 
> Drill Movement
- Force the butt forward and slightly upward so that the rifle is vertical
- Immediately bring the left hand across the body, and with the forearm horizontal, strike and grip the stock
- At the same time transfer the right hand from the pistol grip to the small of the butt, so that the fingers are on the right, straight and slanting downwards, the thumb gripping the left side of the butt
- Close the fingers and thumb of the right hand round the small butt and force the rifle up to a vertical position in the centre of the body, with the magazine facing the front
- As the rifle reaches the central position, remove the left hand from the stock, straighten the fingersand thumb and drive the forearm, wrist, palm and fingers onto the lower stock of the rifle, from 6 inches to its left. The heel of the hand strikes the thickest part of the hand guard 
making a recoiling sound
-- Straighten the right arm down the centre of the body thus lowering the rifle to a vertical position about 4 inches from the body. The right forearm is straightened. The hand guard of the left hand changed to round hand grip around the thickest part of the hand guard. The right leg is lifted up at the same time
-- The right leg is driven down to the ground and slightly behind the left with 30° between
> Common Faults: 
-- Pushing the rifle upwards before starting downwards
-- Left hand too high on the stock
-- Weight of the body going on the right foot
-- Increasing the angle between the feet, thereby dragging the shoulders backwards
-- Rifle too close to the body
> Timing: 1-CHECK-1-CHECK-1 




Saturday, 28 November 2015

Promotion 2015 (CORPORAL) drills


Command
Timing
Attention & Stand at ease

Sedi- A (Attention)

Senang Di- Ri (Stand at ease)

Sizing

Yang  Tinggi Ke Kanan, Rendah Ke Kiri, Dalum Satu Barisan, Paras (Tallest to the right, Shortest to the left, one row, size)
Turn check, check left right left
Dari Kanan, Angka Satu Dan Dua, Bilang (From the right, number off 1 and 2)
Last person end off with IC
Nombor Ganjil Satu Langkah Ke Hadapan, Nombor Genap Satu Langkah Ke Belakang, Gerak (Odd number pace one step front, even number pace one step back)
1





Orang Yang Di Sebelah Kanan, Diam, Nombor Ganjil Ke Kanan, Nombor Genap Ke Kiri, Barisan Ke Kanan Dan Ke Kiri, Pusing (Right Marker remain still, odd number turn right, even number turn left)
Turn check
Jadikan Tiga Barisan, Cepat Jalan (Form 3 ranks on quick march)
Left, left, left, right…
Turning and inclining

Begerak Ke Kiri Bertiga Tiga, Ke Kiri, Pusing (Front to left)
Turn check
Bergerak Ke Kanan Bertiga Tiga, Ke Kanan, Pusing (Front to right)
Turn check
Menghadap Ke Belakang, Ke Belakang, Pusing (Front to back)
Turn check
Menghadap Ke Hadapan, Ke Belakang, Pusing (Back to front)
Turn check
Bergerak Ke Kanan, Ke Kanan, Pusing (Back to right)
Turn check



Begerak Ke Kiri, Ke Kiri, Pusing (Back to left)
Turn check
Menghadap Ke Hadapan, Ke Kanan, Pusing (Left to front)
Turn check
Bergerak Ke Kiri Bertiga Tiga, Ke Belakang, Pusing (Right to left)
Turn check
Menghadap Ke Hadapan, Ke Kiri, Pusing (Right to front)
Turn check
Bergerak Ke Kanan Bertiga Tiga, Ke Belakang, Pusing (Left to right)
Turn check
Dressing, Open & Close

Ke Kanan Lurus (Right dressing)
Up check
Dalam Siku Barisan Ke Kanan Lurus (Elbow dressing)
Up check



Dalam Buka Barisan, Ke Kanan Lurus (Open order, right dress)
1,2 check up check
Dalam Tutup Barisan, Ke Kanan Lurus (Close order, right dress)
1,2 check up check
Pandang Ke Hadapan, Pandang (Eyes front)

Dalam Buka Barisan Ke Kenan Lurus (Open order, right dress) { Marching }
Check 1, check 1,2,3, check left, left…
Dalam Tutup Barisan Ke Kanan Lurus (Close order, right dress) { Marching }
Check 1, check 1,2,3, check left, left…
Pledge taking

Ta’at Setia
Check up
Sedia
Check down



Salute to the front

Ke Hadapan, Hormat
Check up
Sedia
Check down
Pacing

Satu/Dua/Tiga/Empat, Langkah Ke Kiri, Gerak (Left move)
Count down the number given
Satu/Dua/Tiga/Empat, Langkah Ke Kanan, Gerak (Right move)
Count down the number given
Satu/Dua/Tiga/Empat, Langkah Ke Hadapan, Gerak (Front move)
Count down the number given
Satu/Dua/Tiga/Empat, Langkah Ke Belakang, Gerak (Back move)
Count down the number given



Marching/Halt/Mark Time (from quick march)

Dari Kiri Cepat Jalan (Taking reference from left, quick march)
Left, left, left, right…
Dari Kanan Cepat Jalan (Taking reference from right, quick march)
Left, left, left, right…
Dari Tengah, Cepat Jalan (Taking reference from center, quick march)
Left, left, left, right…
Berhenti (Halt) { Marching }
Check 1
Hentak Kaki Cepat Hentak (Quick Mark Time)
Left, left, left, right…
Hentak Kaki Cepat Hentak (Quick Mark Time) { Marching }
Check in, left, left, left, right…
Berhenti (Halt) { Hentak }
Check



Maju (Forward)
Check
Turning on the march

Ke Belakang Pusing (Face to the back, about turn)
Check 1,2,3
Ke Kiri Pusing (Turn to the left)
Check, left, left, left, right…
Ke Kanan Pusing (Turn to the right)
Check, right, left, left, left, right…
Saluting on the march

Memberi Hormat Semasa Berjalan, Ke Hadapan, Hormat (Salute to the front on the march)
Check 1, check up, check down, check up, check down, check turn check, check left, left, left, right…
Memberi Hormat Semasa Berjalan, Ke Kiri, Hormat ( Salute to the left on the march)
Check up 2,3,4,5 down, left, left, left, right…



Memberi Hormat Semasa Berjalan, Ke Kanan, Hormat (Salute to the right on march)
Check up 2,3,4,5 down, left, left, left, right…
Eyes right/front/left

Pandang Ke Kiri, Pandang (Eyes left)
Check up
Pandang Ke Kanan, Pandang (Eyes right)
Check up
Pandang Ke Hadapan, Pandang (Eyes front)
Check down
Wheeling

Dari Kiri, Kiri Belok (Taking reference from the left, wheel to the left)

Dari Kanan, Kanan Belok (Taking reference from the right, wheel to the right)




Baton drills

Hormat police hormat
1, check, 1, check, 1
Sedia
1, check, 1


Akan Mera Untok Diperhatikan Semula Dari Tengah Cepat Jalan
1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,
14, check
Tuka Langkah Semasa Berjalan, Tuka
Check
Betulkan Barisan
Up check
Langkah merasok Ke Kiri/ Kanan, Gerak
1,1,1,1,1,1…

  • Sizing can only be executed in close squad. Only 1 IC should be giving the command throughout.
  • Ke Kanan Lurus can be executed before Dalam Buka but not after.
  • After Dalam Buka, salute commands and Betulkan Barisan cannot be executed except for saluting to the front and baton salute.
  • For pacing, when moving to the left or right, hentak in that direction instead of taking steps and the countdown lands on the leg where the squad wants to move.
  • When marching, if there are 2 holes, the person in that column has to move to the side mentioned in the command. When the squad faces the direction that makes that person at the back, that person has to march forward, be it static or marching.
  • For berhenti, the command can land on different legs. While marching, it lands on the LEFT leg. While hentak, it lands on the RIGHT leg. While doing langkah merasok, it depends on which direction the squad is going, it lands on the opposite leg where the squad is going. Eg if squad langkah to left, berhenti lands on right leg. Also, the timing is also different. Marching berhenti timing is check 1, hentak and langkah merasok berhenti timing is check.
  • Maju ends on the right leg.
  • For Ke Kiri/Kanan pusing on the march, it lands on the leg opposite the direction where the squad wants to turn.
  • When saluting to the left or right when marching, take note that it cannot be executed if there are any ICs in that direction. Same goes for Pandang Ke Kiri/Kanan.
  • For tuka, make sure only the same IC gives the command.
  • For Beltukan Barisan, the bottom LEFT corner person (not right), gives the timing for squad to cut. If Pandang Kahadapan is said by IC, Do not execute.

Sunday, 28 December 2014

Promotions 2014 (Cadet-Lance Coporal) CC practical

Knock door, open door, greet highest ranking person, ask for permission to enter, take your stuff, close the door, walk to one of the tables, greet the officer, say that u are private ( your name ) from sec 2 squad, ask for permission to sit
B4 u go also must say thank you then go from back door 
-Shawn 

Monday, 10 November 2014

Promotions 2014 (Cadet-Lance Corporal) CAMPCRAFT

Promotions (Campcraft)


KNOTS 
1) Thumb knot 
It is the simplest of knots and it is commonly used in daily life. Once it is tied and under strain, it is very hard to untie.
Alternative name: Stopper Knot, Overhand Knot 
Uses:  
Used as a stopper knot
Provide a hand or leg hold
Tied at both ends of the rope to prevent it from fraying
Used to prevent a line from running through an opening
Used at the bottom of a vertical climb as a weight

2) Figure -of-Eight knot 
The Figure-of-Eight knot does not jam as tightly under strain, making it easier to untie.
Alternative name: Beautiful Stopper 
Uses: Used as a stopper knot 

3) Sheet Bend
Uses: To join 2 ropes of unequal thickness
Function: Attatching flag to flag line 

4) Reef knot
    (Right over left, Left over right)
Alternative name: 
Square Knot
Flat Knot
True Knot
Use: To join two ropes of equal thickness
Function: To secure bandages

5) Fisherman's Knot

Alternative name: 
True lovers' knot
Waterman's knot
Englishman's knot
Use: To join two ropes of equal thickness together
        (Especially if the ropes are made out of slippery material)

6) Fireman's Chair Knot
Use: Used in rescue work for lifting or lowering a person

7) Sheepshank
The sheepshank can be untied easily just by pulling the centre line. This knot has to be kept under a load or it will become untied.
Use: 
To shorten a rope
As a means of bypassing a worn out section of a rope.

8) Manharness Knot
    (pretzel)
    


                                     
Use: Forms a loop for hauling heavy objects in a direction parallel to the axis of the rope

9) Clove hitch 
Use: Used to secure a rope to to spar/pole etc.

10) Timber Hitch
Use: 
Used to secure a rope to a pole/spar etc.
Used to make an adjustable loop to secure a drag rope to a log or other objects.

11) Highwayman's Hitch
When the hitch is tied, the two ends must be carefully noted. In the illustrated diagram, End Y can take any strain required whereas pulling End X will release the rope. Mistakes made can result in severe consequences.
              End Y ↗  
                    End X
Use: Used to secure a rope to any fixture and quickly releasing when needed.

12) 
i) Fixed Bowline
Alternative name: King of Knots
Use: 
Used to make a loop that would not slip in rescue works
Used to secure a rope to a ring or eye
ii) Running Bowline

Use: 
Used in rescue works when a running noose is strained
Used to form a running noose

13) Chain Knot (inclusive of slip knot)
Use: Used to shorten long ropes



THE 8 BASIC KNOTS:
1) Thumb Knot
2) Figure-of-Eight Knot
3) Sheetbend
4) Reef Knot
5) Fisherman's Knot
6) Sheepshank
7) Clove Hitch
8) Fixed Bowline





LASHINGS (used to secure two or more spars together using ropes)
1) Round Lashing
Use: Used to tie two poles together
2) Sheer Lashing
Alternative name: Shear Lashing
Use: Used to bind two adjacent poles together and can be opened up to form a pair of sheer legs
3) Square Lashing
Use: Used to bind two poles crossing each other at an angle of 90-degrees

4) Diagonal Lashing
Use: Used to secure two poles crossing each other diagonally and standing apart at an acute angle to each other.

5) Gyn Lashing (aka Figure-of-Eight Lashing)*haven learn
Use: 
Used to bind 3 or more poles together
Used to tie 3 poles together to form a tripod




PRESSURE LAMP











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