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NAVSPECWARGRU 1 SEAL Team 11 Duties and Responsibilities of SEAL Team 11 (OPNAVINST 2) Duties and responsibilities for all members of ST11: 1. Follow the policies and procedures of ST11. 2. Check the forums at least twice a week. 3. Stay active within the unit and have the initiative to train. 4. Attend as many scheduled events whether it be meetings, CAX, or section training. 5. Assisting section leaders with their duties. Operator – The operator carries out the orders of the team leaders. He is responsible for the effective employment of his weapons and for the condition and care of his weapon and equipment. The operators are also cross-trained in a variety of specialties. Assistant Automatic Rifleman – The assistant automatic rifleman assists in the employment of the automatic rifle. He carries additional magazines and/or ammunition boxes for the automatic rifle and is prepared to assume the duties of the automatic rifleman. He is responsible for the effective employment of his rifle and for the condition and care of his weapon and equipment. Automatic Rifleman – The automatic rifleman carries out the orders of the fire team leader. He is responsible for the effective employment of the automatic rifle and for the condition and care of his weapon equipment. Lead Medic – The SEAL Team’s Lead Medic serves as an extension of the Naval surgeons out in the field. He is responsible for delivering pre-hospital, advanced life saving procedures to wounded military personnel and civilians as necessary. The Lead Medic is responsible for training all other operators in basic combat lifesaving techniques and the normal day to day operations in and around the base of operations as it pertains to the medical treatment of the wounded. He is also responsible for updating all team members of the status of wounded personnel during an operation. While medical treatment is his main priority, the Lead Medic is also: Responsible for the training of medical procedures to the unit. Organize training sessions and exercises pertaining to combat lifesaving procedures. Maintain and submit on a regular basis the progress of each member pertaining to medical knowledge and practices in combat situations Assisting in training plans and training operations. Perform daily checks on status of new scripts and addons for the unit that pertain to medical specialties. Assist in organizing training documents for the unit. Serves as a rifleman to help secure areas, maintain security in operations, and to fill in as a vital member of the teams. Corpsman - Perform duties as assistants in the prevention and treatment of disease and injury and assist health care professionals in providing medical care to Navy personnel and their families. They may function as clinical or specialty technicians, medical administrative personnel and health care providers at medical treatment facilities. They also serve as battlefield corpsmen with the Marine Corps, rendering emergency medical treatment to include initial treatment in a combat environment. Qualified hospital corpsmen may be assigned the responsibility of independent duty aboard ships and submarines; Fleet Marine Force, Special Forces and Seabee units, and at isolated duty stations where no medical officer is available. Lead Diver - The Lead Diver is a specialist in all operations pertaining to water rescue and recovery of personnel/equipment in danger of the sea. He routinely performs shallow water rescue procedures to pull wounded and or stranded personnel back to a hazard free treatment area until the Lead Medic/Corpsman has a chance to take over medical responsibilities. During flight operations over land or water, he helps the crew chief and pilot remain aware of surrounding dangers. Trained as an operator, he also fills the role as a team member during ground combat operations where needed. The Lead Diver is the leading authority of the crew when it comes to operations in maritime settings. Responsible for the training of dive procedures to the unit. Organize training sessions and exercises pertaining to combat dive/rescue procedures. Maintain and submit on a regular basis the progress of each member pertaining to dive/rescue knowledge and practices in combat situations Assisting in training plans and training operations. Assist in organizing training documents for the unit. Pilots – The pilots are responsible for the safe transportation of personnel in both training and operations. They are also qualified RTOs to be able to communicate with other ground forces in the area, as well as any teams attached to their aircraft. They are also responsible for the effective employment, care, and maintenance of their aircraft. Sniper - The scout sniper is an operator skilled in field craft and marksmanship who delivers long range, precision fire on selected targets from concealed positions in support of combat operations. They have a secondary mission of gathering information for intelligence purposes. They participate in activities designed to deny the enemy freedom of movement by targeting enemy leaders, crew served weapons operators, radiomen, observers, messengers, and other key personnel with precision fire. Snipers engage vital material targets such as command and control equipment, light armored vehicles, air defense radar, and missile launchers that require precision rifle fire to neutralize. Snipers also conduct close reconnaissance and surveillance operations for the infantry battalion in support of the intelligence section. Assistant Team Leader – The assistant team leader carries out the orders of the team leader. He is responsible for the fire discipline and the control of the team and for the condition, care, and economical use of its weapons and equipment. In carrying out the orders of the team leader, he takes a position to best observe and control the team. Normally, he is close enough to the automatic rifleman to exercise effective control of his fires. In addition to his primary duties as a leader, but not to the detriment of them, he serves as a grenadier and is responsible for the effective employment of the grenade launcher, his rifle, and for the condition and care of his weapons and equipment. The assistant team leaders also assumes command when the team leader is not available. Team Leader – The team leader carries out the orders issued to him by the platoon commander. He is responsible for the discipline, appearance, training, control, conduct, and welfare of his squad at all times, as well as condition, care, and economical use of its weapons and equipment. In combat, he is also responsible for the tactical employment, fire discipline, fire control, and maneuver of his team. He takes position where he can best carry out the orders from higher and observe and control the team. The Team Leader is also responsible for communications with the pilots during training and operations to ensure they are carried out as safely and timely as possible, he also serves as the RTO (Radio Telephone Operator) if one is not present or unavailable. Duties and Responsibilities of Team Leaders: Follow policies and procedures of ST11. Checking the forums daily. Be an active member, playing ARMA and attending unit events. Responsible for in game server administration. Organize training for the unit. Submit training reports upon completion of training regimens. Report to higher regularly with updates on the team. Keep up the good order, morale, and discipline of the unit. Assisting in training plans and training operations. Teamspeak/Game server administration. Organizing training documents for the unit. Insure that platoon members are receiving proper training. Forward and recommend members for awards and decorations. Place new members to billets within the teams. Conduct monthly checks of personnel files.