Situation: You must select and coordinate all halt locations before
the convoy departs.
Your drivers must be fed; therefore, you must plan for either an
organizational or transient mess. Which of the following is an
example of transient messes?
The mess truck travels with the convoy and prepares meals
The mess truck is dispatched ahead of the convoy and serves
personnel upon their arrival.
Eating places are set up along a main route.
Troops carry meals in insulated food containers.
When the convoy exits an expressway to enter a rest area or to
take another route, you must ensure that convoy vehicles
turn off all headlights.
increase vehicle speed.
let other traffic merge ahead of the convoy.
move to the deceleration lane and reduce speed.
Situation: You must ensure that all security measures are followed
during the motor movement.
To obtain convoy escorts through populated areas for traffic
must coordinate with
local area military and civilian police.
To avoid giving the enemy
throughout the march elements.
at the front of the convoy.
at the rear of the convoy.
near a security vehicle.