Get Started. It's Free
or sign up with your email address
Rocket clouds

1. A.S.P.C

1.1. it is the logistic units of each battalion responsible for providing logistic support to organic or aggregate fundamental units

1.2. it's divided in

1.2.1. command auxiliary peloton It is the center of the command and control system of the tactical unit, of which all the auxiliaries of the main flat of the battalion are part

1.2.2. supply peloton It meets the requirements made by the fundamental units, installs and operates the distribution points class III and V of the area of combat baggage.

1.2.3. transport platoon It gives mobility to all the organic elements of the ASPC and guarantee the flow of supplies. Add a non-commissioned mechanic and assistant to support maintenance to the Combat Baggage Area.

1.2.4. communications section It is part of the PDMA of the battalion. Installs and operates the COT (Tactical Operations Center). Interlace the Battalion Command with the Commands of the maneuver units and that of the Upper Step through administrative or tactical networks A spokes section A section of campaign phones A maintenance section

1.2.5. health section Install and operate the aid station in the combat baggage area It highlights evacuation means to the frontline units to provide immediate support by evacuating the injured to the aid station where first aid is performed.

1.2.6. 81.mm mortar peloton Element that provides fire support to the battalion maneuver units. It is organized to a command section, an observation post, a shooting center, and two fire sections with two pieces eac


2.1. It is a set of terms or words typical of a profession, science or subject.

2.1.1. abbrevation are the terms in which where it consists of deleting some letters, in order to speed up your writing

2.1.2. acronym It is a way of abbreviating a word but in this one you can take more than one letter or include propositions for reading

2.1.3. symbols It is a graphic representation of a unit, equipment, installation to represent an image in the operational environment to plan operations framed symbols unframed symbols control measures tactical control tasks


3.1. in the operations that have been executed if necessary, the respective supply or replenishment will be requested depending on the need to the logistics officer, and for that a certain level of stealth and planning with its respective MANEUVER is required

3.1.1. Deployment of the elements of the A.S.P.C The availability of the constituent elements of an area of A.S.P.C in a given sector after analysis of the Logistics Officer implies a deployment of A.S.P.C. The location of each of the facilities and elements that make up the advanced support unit, allow to cover an area of land

3.1.2. Considerations for the installation of a service area The Logistics Officer to recommend the site on which an A.S.P.C area is to be installed, must take into consideration the following aspects Considerations for the installation of a service area The Logistics Officer to recommend the site in which an area of A.S.P.C is to be installed, must take into account the following aspects: Use of facilities in the area: Water sources available Access routes to the service area Supply, main and alternate routes Coats Cover Locally available troops Critical points

3.1.3. Stepping of the A.S.P.C The staggering of the support of services for the combat, consists in having throughout the area of responsibility, of the ASPC areas, starting from a bigger facilities with the maximum of elements required for the support of the troops committed in the operations, to a lower level with minimum elements required.

3.1.4. A.S.P.C sub-area | When the maneuver or geographical conditions of the area limit the possibility of providing the ASPC to all elements from a single ASPC area, the need arises to create an ASPC Sub-area (SA / ASPC).

3.1.5. Campaign baggage area or tactical unit (AB / CAMP) It is made up of all the elements of ASPC not committed to the immediate support of the Unit. It must contain the minimum necessary supplies, equipment and materials so as not to reduce the mobility that the size of the Unit requires.

3.1.6. Fundamental Unit Baggage Area It has this service area with the minimum elements so that the Combat Unit is sustained without putting at risk the other support of A.S.P.C, given the proximity of the enemy and the scope of their organic weapons The baggage area of the Fundamental Unit is composed of the following elements: Kitchens Organic vegetables Campaign rations and reserve ammunition are loaded on vehicles and these are kept tanked.