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Army in Europe Pamphlet 190-34 - jten.mil
(3) Rise slightly off the seat with your weight on the foot pegs to absorb the shock with your knees and elbows. Rising off the seat will reduce the chances of being thrown off the bike. Controlling the throttle, however, can be somewhat tricky. d. Motorcycles handle better when ridden on surfaces that permit good traction.
Army in Europe Regulation 55-4 - jten.mil
Army in Europe Regulation 55-4, Safe Movement of Hazardous Goods by Surface Modes. Headquarters United States Army, Europe, and Seventh Army United States Army Installation Management Agency The compatibility group will be left off when more than one compatibility group is loaded. (c) On placards 1.4 and 1.5, only the compatibility group is
Army in Europe Regulation 210-70 - jten.mil
Chief, Army in Europe Document Management. Summary. The on-post delivery of goods or services where the solicitation and agreement to purchase were performed off the installation, even if the consummation (payment and delivery) of the sale takes place on post. c. This regulation does not limit a commander’s authority to request, through
Army in Europe Regulation 600-1 - jten.mil
Army in Europe Regulation 600-1, Regulated Activities in Europe. SECTION I GENERAL. 1. PURPOSE This regulation authorizes the imposition of administrative, disciplinary, and military-justice penalties for failure to adhere to the requirements of this and certain other publications applicable to U.S. Army and civilian component personnel in the Army in Europe and sponsored Family members.
Army in Europe Regulation 385-55
a. POV accidents in Europe most often occur while drivers are off duty and off post, away from Army supervision. Commanders will educate drivers directly through guidance, information, and motivation before drivers leave Army control. b. Soldiers have a duty to avoid unnecessary injury by using safety devices and equipment.
Army in Europe Regulation 600-700
Cut off AE Form 600-700C at the end of the calendar year and keep the forms according to applicable records-management directives. c. Return duplicate copies of completed AE Form 600-700B to the requesting organization for inclusion in the person’s personnel records (optional). SECTION II
Army in Europe Regulation 190-62 - jten.mil
Army in Europe Regulation 190-62, Police and Investigation Services: Employment and Authority of Military Police, Unit Police, and Courtesy Patrols Off-post investigative activity by MPIs will be coordinated beforehand with the HN police. Investigations will be coordinated with the local element of USACIDC when appropriate.
Army in Europe Regulation 190-1 - jten.mil
“Hands-free” devices that can be operated without the driver having to take his or her hands off the steering wheel or eyes off the road may be used. Hand-held telephones may be used only when the vehicle is stationary and the motor is turned off.
Army in Europe Pamphlet 385-15 - jten.mil
c. Off-Duty Accidents. Off-duty class A and B accidents will be reported according to AR 385-40. After every privately owned vehicle (POV) accident that results in death or serious injury, commanders will— Conduct an assessment of the accident with the involved soldier’s chain of command.
Army in Europe Regulation 10-5 - jten.mil
d. Approving new and revised Army in Europe publications and signing Army in Europe command memorandums that prescribe one-time or short-term policy, unless the publication or memorandum requires approval or signature of the DCG or CG (AE Reg 1-10, table 2). e. Ensuring published command directives are consistent with CG policy and plans. f.
Army in Europe Regulation 600-702, 7 November 2012
Chief, Army in Europe Document Management. Summary. This publication establishes the ration policy and control procedures for USAREUR, IMCOM-Europe, CNE-CNA-C6F, USAFE, and their subordinate commands in the USEUCOM geographic area of responsibility. The cut-off issue date is 31 December each year. File and keep AE Form 600-702D for 3 years
Joint Knowledge Online (JKO) Senior Enlisted Joint
Joint Knowledge Online (JKO) Senior Enlisted Joint Professional Military Education (SEJPME E6-E9) Multi-National Student Instructions . Note: Multinational students require a United States Military or Federal Government Civilian sponsor to obtain a JKO account.
Army in Europe Regulation 600-55 - jten.mil
48. React to Being Forced Off the Road 49. Perform Emergency Action Procedures. N. Driving Range 50. Successfully Negotiate an Obstacle Course. O. Written Exam - Vehicle Specific 51. Army in Europe Military Drivers Test - Final Examination (from Phase I, Required Classroom Training) P. PMCS Test 52. Perform “During Operations” PMCS on a
Army in Europe Regulation 215-6 (Part 1 of 2)
Army in Europe Regulation 215-6, Individual Tax-Relief Program. Headquarters United States Army, Europe, and Seventh Army The UTAP provides a way for individuals to acquire tax-relief for delivery of energy to off-base individual housing not administered under the Government-leased housing program. Tax-relief under the UTAP is voluntary.
Army in Europe Regulation 385-40 - jten.mil
Summary. This regulation— Prescribes policy on accident reporting and recordkeeping procedures in the Army in Europe. Provides supervisory responsibilities for reporting local national (LN) accidental injuries and occupational illnesses in Germany to the Unfallkasse des Bundes, which is the German Federal accident insurance agency.; Provides instructions for completing AE Form 385-40A, AE
Army in Europe Regulation 190-13 - jten.mil
Chief, Army in Europe Document Management. Summary. Points of interest should include, but are not limited to, the adequacy of stand-off distance, the line of sight between the barrier operator and the barrier, the location of activation switches, and warning signals. After the initial safety survey, a follow-up survey will be conducted at
FÜR US-LIEGENSCHAFTEN IN DEUTSCHLAND GELTENDE VERKEHRSREGELN
passengers are getting on or off the bus. Drivers will not proceed until the schoolbus proceeds. 4. Drivers must yield the right-of-way to emergency vehicles using visible or audible signals by immediately driving to the far right edge of the road, clear of any intersection, and stopping. Drivers will remain stopped until the emergency vehicle
Army in Europe Regulation 55-1, 24 June 2011
Chief, Army in Europe Document Management. Summary. For accidents occurring off military installations, local police or emergency-service personnel will be notified first when there is an injury, fire, HAZMAT spill, or a hazard to public traffic. d. Release their military vehicles only to appropriate U.S. authorities.
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Army in Europe Regulation 27-10 - jten.mil
Requests to have an offender barred from all Army in Europe areas and facilities should be sent by the civilian misconduct action authority to the USAG commander. Civilian Employee Bars. the entire time of use will be rounded off to full hours; 2. In case of other data-processing systems—
Army in Europe Regulation 55-355 - jten.mil
Army in Europe Regulation 55-355* Headquarters United States Naval Forces, Europe PSC 802, Box 2 FPO AE 09499-0002. USNAVEUR Instruction 4600.7G* Headquarters If the convoy is 30 minutes or more off schedule. 4-14. VEHICLE-MOVEMENT RESTRICTIONS. a. Movements are prohibited on Sundays and host-nation holidays for most types of shipments in
Army in Europe Regulation 350-1 - jten.mil
Army in Europe Regulation 350-1, Training in the Army in Europe. Headquarters United States Army Europe Primary and alternate drivers must train to drive at day, at night, off road, and in traffic. They must be certified in rollover drills, using seatbelts, fire- and water-evacuation drills, and PMCS. Commanders must implement an