SPECIAL SITUATION (CONTINUED). The hut is a wood frame building 16 by 32 feet,
without interior partitions, and erected on a concrete slab. The doors are of
solid wood construction. They are located in the center of the north wall, and
in the south end of the east wall. There are six windows each four feet wide.
They are equally spaced on the sides of the building. The south wall is built
of field stone with a large interior fireplace in the center. The gabled roof
is covered with corrugated iron. It has a slope of 15 degrees (see Figure D-1,
Sketch Map, Appendix D, page D-7).
CPT Delta informs you that he desires to use the minimum amount of force
necessary to accomplish the mission.
Your plan denotes the call out as the
priority of force to be used. Location (a) (Figure D-1, Sketch Map Appendix D)
has been assigned as the point where the raid commander will make the call out.
Parked in a wooded area near the off-post end of the storm drain is a new
vehicle. What should the covering team do if it is believed that the vehicle
belongs to a subject?
Post a member of the covering force near the vehicle to guard it.
Have the vehicle towed away.
Do not bother it, to preclude the possibility of alerting subjects.
Have the vehicle immobilized in the easiest manner.
Which of the following are acceptable procedures to be used in this raid?
should be the next priority of force used.
The final step to complete the raid is the completion of the after-
Once the subjects have been taken into custody, a specialty team
should be designated to search for the marijuana cache.
Even though the hut has two doors, the entering team should only
enter through one door.
I, III, IV.
I, II, IV.
Once the entering team has entered the cabin and taken the subjects into
custody, what should the covering team do?
Advance to the cabin to provide assistance where required.
Remain in place until directed to move.
Start a search of the surrounding ground.
Move to the rally point for the final check prior to leaving the