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    Excavate an Area Using a Small Emplacement Excavator21J10A04 / Version ADT

    01 Oct 2006

    SECTION I. ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

    All CoursesIncluding ThisLesson

    Course Number Version Course Title052-21J10 (R) RCLS General Construction Equipment Operators

    Course

    Task(s)

    Taught(*) or

    Supported

    Task Number Task Title

    INDIVIDUAL

    052-253-1203 (*) Excavate an Area Using a Small-Emplacement Excavator(SEE)

    052-253-1257 (*) Excavate Fighting Positions Using a Small-EmplacementExcavator (SEE)

    Reinforced

    Task(s)

    Task Number Task Title

    AcademicHours

    The academic hours required to teach this lesson are as follows:

    ADTHours/Methods

    10 mins / Conference/Demonstration1 hr / Demonstration

    19 hrs 40 mins / Practical Exercise (Performance)Test 1 hr Test Review 25 mins

    Total Hours: 22 hrs 25 mins

    Test Lesson

    Number

    Hours Lesson No.

    Testing(to include test review) N/A

    PrerequisiteLesson(s)

    Lesson Number Lesson Title

    ClearanceAccess

    Security Level: UnclassifiedRequirements: There are no clearance or access requirements for the lesson.

    ForeignDisclosureRestrictions

    FD5. This product/publication has been reviewed by the product developers incoordination with the Fort Leonard Wood, MO / Maneuver Support Center foreigndisclosure authority. This product is releasable to students from all requestingforeign countries without restrictions.

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    ReferencesNumber Title Date

    Additional Information

    FM 5-434 Earthmoving Operations. 15 Jun 2000

    LO 5-2420-224-12 Tractor Wheeled, 4x4 DEDSmall Emplacement

    Excavator (SEE) andTractor Wheeled, 4x4 DED

    High Mobility MaterialHandler (HMMH)

    28 Jul 1993

    TM 5-2420-224-10 Operator's Manual forTractor, Wheeled, 4x4DED Small EmplacementExcavator (SEE) (2420-01-

    160-2754) (EIC: EDL) andTractor, Wheeled, 4X4DED High MobilityMaterial Handler (HMMH)

    (2420-01-205-8636).

    28 Jul 1993

    Student Study

    AssignmentsRead student guide

    InstructorRequirements

    Instructors must be ITC certified, course certified and licensed.

    AdditionalSupport Name

    StuRatio Qty Man Hours

    PersonnelRequirements

    Fuel Handler (Enlisted) 2 19 hrs

    EquipmentRequired

    IdName

    StuRatio

    InstrRatio Spt Qty Exp

    for Instruction 2420-01-160-2754Tractor, Wheeled, Industrial, DSL 4x4 W/Excavator

    1:3 No 0 No

    4240-00-022-2946

    Protector, Hearing

    1:1 1:1 No 0 Yes

    4240-00-052-3776Goggles, Industrial

    1:1 1:1 No 0 Yes

    4930-00-253-2478Lubricating Gun, Hand

    1:2 No 0 Yes

    4930-00-926-3581Tank and Pump Unit, Fuel Dispensing

    Yes 1 No

    7000-21-000-0115Radio System, Trunk, Handheld, MACOM, UHFP170 Model 128

    1:2 1:1 No 0 No

    7920-00-205-1711Rag, Wiping

    1:12 No 0 Yes

    8415-00-268-7868

    Gloves, Work, Men's and Women's

    1:1 1:1 No 0 No

    8415-00-857-4915Helmet, Safety, Construction Workers

    1:1 1:1 No 0 Yes

    * Before Id indicates a TADSS

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    MaterialsRequired

    Instructor Materials:GlovesGogglesFM 5-434Safety boots

    Kevlar/Hard hatA04 Lesson planHearing protectionTM 5-2420-224-10LO 5-2420-224-12Equipment record folder

    Student Materials:GlovesGogglesSafety bootsPen or pencilStudent guide

    Kevlar/Hard hatHearing protectionTM 5-2420-224-10LO 5-2420-224-12Equipment records folder

    Classroom,Training Area,and RangeRequirements

    AUTO-AID INST, 1400 SF (Classroom XXI)MED/HV EQUIP TRRG SPT FACSIM BLD NON-MOT, 5400 SF

    AmmunitionRequirements Id Name Exp

    StuRatio

    InstrRatio

    SptQty

    None

    InstructionalGuidance

    NOTE: Before presenting this lesson, instructors must thoroughly prepare by studying thislesson and identified reference material.

    1. Ensure classroom is set-up for training.

    a. One student guide per student.

    b. Ensure the computer interface is operational.

    c. Maintain a clean classroom.

    2. Have inclement weather lesson plans on hand and ready for

    implementation.

    ProponentLesson PlanApprovals

    Name

    Blake, Timothy

    Rank

    GS-11

    Position

    Training Specialist

    Date

    02 Oct 2006

    King, Ronnie GS-12 Chief CE Branch 02 Oct 2006

    Goff, Daniel GS-14 Chief DOTLD 02 Oct 2006

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    SECTION II. INTRODUCTION

    Method of Instruction: Conference/DemonstrationInstructor to Student Ratio is: 1:6Time of Instruction: 5 minsMedia: Hands-on Instruction

    Motivator NOTE: Allow one to two minutes for lesson introduction. Explain theContemporary Operational Environment (COE) to include lessons learned.Ensure the students are aware of how it will affect them during their futureassignments.

    The purpose of this lesson is to provide you with the skills and knowledge requiredto perform small emplacement excavator (SEE) operations that you, as a SEEoperator, must perform effectively in a combat and peacetime environment.

    TerminalLearning

    Objective

    NOTE: Inform the students of the following Terminal Learning Objective requirements.

    At the completion of this lesson, you [the student] will:

    Action: Excavate Fighting Positions Using a Small-Emplacement Excavator(SEE)

    Conditions: At a training site, given a guided discussion on excavatingprocedures, a SEE, FM 5-434, TM 5-2420-224-10, LO 5-2420-224-12, a student guide, an equipment records folder and all personalprotective equipment.

    Standards: Excavates one of the following excavations to the listedspecifications; a trench 15' long +/- 1', 2 foot wide +/- 6" and 2 footdeep +/- 1' using the extend and crowd method, a two Soldierfighting position 6' long +/- 6", 2 foot wide +/- 6", arm pit deep to the

    tallest Soldier, a "L" and "T" fighting position 6' long +/- 1', 2'wide+/- 6" and arm pit deep to the tallest Soldier. All excavationsmust maintain a straight line. Performs a during operation PMCS,avoids contact with known underground hazards with no damage toequipment or personnel injury within 40 minutes.

    SafetyRequirements

    Review local training area SOP. Kevlars/hard hats must be worn at all times.Hearing protection must be worn while equipment is running. Eye protection,gloves, and proper foot protection must be worn when operating equipment. Usethree points of contact when mounting or dismounting equipment. Remove alljewelry. Use caution around moving parts.

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    RiskAssessmentLevel

    Low - Instructors should complete a risk assessment before conducting trainingoperations, or logistical operations.

    Environmental

    Considerations

    NOTE: It is the responsibility of all Soldiers and DA civilians to protect theenvironment from damage. Avoid unnecessary stripping of vegetation andwaterways. Control dust conditions and limit water erosion by dressing area at theend of each day. Explain the purpose of drip pans and their location under theequipment. Avoid unnecessary equipment usage and follow establishedprocedures for cleanup of fluid leaks. Restore site and surrounding areas as closeas possible to the original ecological condition.

    Evaluation Performance evaluation, refer to the student evaluation plan in the student guide.

    InstructionalLead-In

    When used properly, this machine can excavate trenches, fighting positions(individual and crew served) and many other construction operations. As with allother construction equipment, the SEE can be dangerous if you are not paying

    attention to what you are doing. Listen close and you will learn how to excavate atrench and several fighting positions.

    SECTION III. PRESENTATION

    1. Learning Step / Activity 1. Demonstrate Excavating With a SEE

    Method of Instruction: DemonstrationInstructor to Student Ratio: 1:6

    Time of Instruction: 1 hrMedia: Hands-on Instruction

    A. Excavate with a SEE

    NOTE: Ensure the front loader travel locks are disengaged and stowed.

    1) Park the vehicle on level ground and lower the front loader to ground surface.

    2) Bucket, Brakes, Buzzer, Power Take-Off (PTO) and Tires (BBBPT).

    a) Depress the clutch pedal.

    b) Shift the transmission into neutral.

    c) Engage the PTO lever.

    d) Release the clutch pedal.

    3) Activate the hydraulic tool switch.

    4) Open the implementation locks.

    5) Release the backhoe travel lock and tilt the backhoe into the upright positionwith the tilt control lever. Close the lock latches with the lever and switch offHI/LO engine rpm switch.

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    6) Mount the vehicle and adjust the seat by pulling the adjustment lever out.Adjust forward or backward as desired.

    7) Active the High/Low RPM switch.

    8) Lower stabilizers with control levers until the stabilizers are extended andslightly lift the rear of the vehicle.

    9) Look over left shoulder, ensure inclinometer is at 0 degrees

    10) Press the swing control pedals, swing the backhoe to the center position,

    11) Release the boom lock by:

    a) Pushing the boom lock latch lever to the right and hold.

    b) Push the boom control lever back until the boom lock is free.

    c) Release the boom lock lever.