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Download and complete DA Form 7566, evaluating the possible risks the training scenario might pose to service members. FM 5-19 contains complete instructions for filling out and filing a DA Form 7566. Submit your completed DA Form 7566 to your unit commander for approval.

Outline the task in accordance with FM 7-0 and write it down in your notepad. For example, if your task is to conduct a class on basic operation of the M-249 Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW), write: "Task: Conduct training on basic operation of the M-249 Squad Automatic Weapon known as the SAW." According to TRADOC Regulation 350-70, you must read this task verbatim to your students prior to beginning your class.

Write down the conditions of your training exercise in accordance with FM 7-0. For example, given the task of conducting a class on basic operation of the M-249 outside your battalion headquarters, write: "Conditions: An outdoor environment with access to a water source, shade and adequate lighting." According to TRADOC Regulation 350-70, you must read these conditions verbatim to your students prior to beginning your class.

Download and complete DA Form 7566, evaluating the possible risks the training scenario might pose to service members. FM 5-19 contains complete instructions for filling out and filing a DA Form 7566. Submit your completed DA Form 7566 to your unit commander for approval.

Outline the task in accordance with FM 7-0 and write it down in your notepad. For example, if your task is to conduct a class on basic operation of the M-249 Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW), write: "Task: Conduct training on basic operation of the M-249 Squad Automatic Weapon known as the SAW." According to TRADOC Regulation 350-70, you must read this task verbatim to your students prior to beginning your class.

Write down the conditions of your training exercise in accordance with FM 7-0. For example, given the task of conducting a class on basic operation of the M-249 outside your battalion headquarters, write: "Conditions: An outdoor environment with access to a water source, shade and adequate lighting." According to TRADOC Regulation 350-70, you must read these conditions verbatim to your students prior to beginning your class.

A letter of instruction (LOI) is a formal notification written in military message format notifying the receiving party of specific issues and detailing how the sender would like them addressed. Generally speaking, letters of instruction are used in business communications and with personal affairs; they can be written about almost any subject by anyone.

The second type of letter of instruction—like the one shown below—is used as a corrective or remedial tool in the military. Consider the most common LOI as a formal counseling session from a superior officer or senior enlisted personnel to a junior military member who has demonstrated sub-par performance. This typical LOI will not only review the standards the member should be meeting, but offer a remedy to pursue better performance in the area of deficiency. Perhaps a plan of action to follow can be added to fully require the intended party to understand the consequences of not performing at the required level.

In the sample below, the letter of instruction has been written as a way to help the recipient improve his job performance, which has been deemed “unsatisfactory.”

This Land Court Military Affidavit form may be used in all Land Court case types where the filing of a Military Affidavit is applicable.  The Land Court Military Affidavit is in PDF fillable format and complies with both the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (the “SCRA”), 50 U.S.C. § 3931(b), and Mass. R. Civ. P. 55(b)(4). 

Download and complete DA Form 7566, evaluating the possible risks the training scenario might pose to service members. FM 5-19 contains complete instructions for filling out and filing a DA Form 7566. Submit your completed DA Form 7566 to your unit commander for approval.

Outline the task in accordance with FM 7-0 and write it down in your notepad. For example, if your task is to conduct a class on basic operation of the M-249 Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW), write: "Task: Conduct training on basic operation of the M-249 Squad Automatic Weapon known as the SAW." According to TRADOC Regulation 350-70, you must read this task verbatim to your students prior to beginning your class.

Write down the conditions of your training exercise in accordance with FM 7-0. For example, given the task of conducting a class on basic operation of the M-249 outside your battalion headquarters, write: "Conditions: An outdoor environment with access to a water source, shade and adequate lighting." According to TRADOC Regulation 350-70, you must read these conditions verbatim to your students prior to beginning your class.

A letter of instruction (LOI) is a formal notification written in military message format notifying the receiving party of specific issues and detailing how the sender would like them addressed. Generally speaking, letters of instruction are used in business communications and with personal affairs; they can be written about almost any subject by anyone.

The second type of letter of instruction—like the one shown below—is used as a corrective or remedial tool in the military. Consider the most common LOI as a formal counseling session from a superior officer or senior enlisted personnel to a junior military member who has demonstrated sub-par performance. This typical LOI will not only review the standards the member should be meeting, but offer a remedy to pursue better performance in the area of deficiency. Perhaps a plan of action to follow can be added to fully require the intended party to understand the consequences of not performing at the required level.

In the sample below, the letter of instruction has been written as a way to help the recipient improve his job performance, which has been deemed “unsatisfactory.”