Raf group operational shooting competition (gposc) 30 Mar – 3 Apr 11 administrative order




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STC/201/FB
27 Jan 11
Flt Lt A WATERS

ILOC Eng OF2

RAF Benson

WALLINGFORD

Oxfordshire

OX10 6AA


Tel: 95261 7044
E-mail: watersa228@BENSON.raf.mod.uk

RAF GROUP OPERATIONAL SHOOTING COMPETITION (GPOSC) 30 Mar – 3 Apr 11 ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER
References:

A. Inf Training Vol IV Pam 20

B. Inf Training Vol IV Pam 21

C. Limitations in the Use of Missiles and Ammunition for Training

D. JSP 440 Part 7 Sect 7 Chap 2

E. JSP 752 Chap 4 Sect 8 Para 3(h) + Para 5(c)

F. DCI JS 9/04 (Status of Sports in the Services) Annex B

G. Royal Air Force Small Arms Association Handbook (2nd Edition) Ref B Part 2 Section 1



H. ANNEX C TO 2008DIN07-117 (Defence Weapon Handling and Shooting Training Policy - Defence Weapon Handling and Shooting Training Policy: TASKS TO SUPPORT INITIAL AND CONTINUATION TRAINING).

SITUATION


  1. GpOSC 11 will be held at Bisley Camp and Pirbright and Ash ranges over the period 30 Mar – 3 Apr 11. Flt Lt A Waters is the appointed Planning Officer and all personnel will come under his control, through their respective team captains, for the duration of GpOSC 11.




  1. The competition will involve rifle matches 4, 8 and 17 as well as pistol match 11, conducted IAW References A.1


AIM


  1. The aims of GpOSC 11 are:



    1. To introduce personnel to the RAF Operational Shooting Competition (RAFOSC) format.





    1. Compete for Air Command individual and team prizes. See Annex C for prize lists and changes to Group level competitions.




    1. Select personnel for RAFOSC 11 and overseas competitions to represent the RAF at international level.


EXECUTION


  1. Arrivals Procedures. Competitors wishing to participate in all sections of GpOSC 11 should arrive at the RAFSAA Clubhouse, Bisley Camp during the afternoon/evening of 30 Mar 11. Team captains are to report to the Stats office to register and should ensure that all competition fees are paid on arrival. They are also to be able to show a valid F7192 “Green Card” for Rifle and SLP for all team members. Competitors are also to notify the CRO or Planning Officer if they hold a valid SA(90)B Range qualification. Teams that do not wish to carry out zeroing are to ensure the entry form is annotated to this effect and may arrive 24 hrs later.




  1. Transport. Team captains should ensure that MT service vehicles and hire vehicles are provided by each service unit IAW JSP 752 for the duration of the GpOSC. Limited parking facilities are available and restrictions on use of MT may apply. Teams will require transport daily during GpOSC to ranges and messing facilities on different sites. No service support is available at Bisley Camp. Vehicle passes will be required to enter Pirbright Camp and competitors should factor this when travelling to ranges.




  1. Messing. Service messing will be available free of charge for Service personnel at Brunswick Camp, Pirbright: personnel are to bring mug, knife, fork & spoon. There may be occasions when a barbecue will replace the eligibility for evening meals in the cookhouse, as rations will be drawn from Brunswick for the purpose. Personnel are to inform Stats if they wish to opt out of barbecues. Lunches will be packed lunches throughout and personnel are not to eat in the cookhouse at lunchtime unless they obtain a casual meal ticket from HQ MILFORCE. General meal tickets for the duration of the meeting are to be obtained from the Stats Officer on arrival. It is important that personnel do not attempt to obtain a meal without one of these tickets.




  1. Accommodation. Accommodation will be allocated on arrival and a charge of £5 per person per night will apply. If you intend to make your own arrangements please advise the Planning Officer in advance so your bed space can be reallocated. All personnel should ensure they bring their own sleeping system as accommodation only contains bunks and mattresses.




  1. Weapon Custody. All weapons must be stored in the armoury provided when not in use and must not, under any circumstances, be brought into the club house. A gunroom is provided for the cleaning of weapons in the event of inclement weather. Weapon security is to be in accordance with the JSP 440 at all times and all personnel are to familiarize themselves with the relevant content of this document. If you require to travel unaccompanied in a Service or private vehicle you must first consult with your RAF police (or equivalent) section. Personnel wishing to carry Service weapons in private vehicles must ensure the validity of their private insurance cover.




  1. Authority. GpOSC is listed as individual military training and a Force Protection activity. Authority for travel for GpOSC 11 is IAW Reference E. IAW Ref F, G and H, entry fees are also to be funded by station budgets. Ref F states Service Weapon shooting is classed as Individual Training and thus attracts full duty status.




  1. Dress and Personal Equipment. Dress and equipment requirements are as follows:




    1. Competitors. Whilst firing, competitors are to dress in accordance with the match conditions detailed in Reference A. DPM CS95 is to be worn as standard issue. Shirts are to be worn tucked in and CS95 Combat Jackets are to be worn. Issued combat helmets (not parachute helmets) and webbing are to be worn for Service Rifle and Pistol matches.




    1. The umpire (usually either the RAF Det Cdr or the CRO), in accordance with References A and B, may impose penalties for incorrect dress. All personnel on the firing point must wear serviceable hearing protection when firing is in progress. Berets are to be worn when combat helmets are removed. A full list of equipment, including webbing order and Enhanced Combat Body Armour (ECBA), is detailed at Annex B.




    1. Staff. Dress for staff will be CS95, serviceable hearing protection and beret.


SERVICE SUPPORT


  1. JPA. All units to perform appropriate JPA action for their own personnel detailed in the Nominal Roll at Annex A. Service personnel are not to be charged for food during this period.




  1. Documentation. All personnel must ensure they have completed a Weapons Handling Test (WHT) less than 6 months prior to the meeting on all weapons that they intend to fire at GpOSC 11 and that they have a valid F7192 “Green Card” in their possession. If a competitor cannot produce the required documentation or are not in date they will not be allowed to compete and will assist with competition administration. There will be no opportunity to conduct a WHT during the meeting.




  1. Ammunition. Ammunition will be provided centrally from RAFSAA allocation. Units are not to bring any ammunition to this event. All ammunition will be controlled centrally iaw the relevant RASP.




  1. Medical Support. A designated safety vehicle with stretcher and first aid kit will be present on the range during firing. CASEVAC will be co-ordinated by the Planning Officer or if unavailable, a senior member of staff. The following procedure is to be employed:




    1. Qualified personnel will treat minor injuries on the range. If deemed necessary casualties may be evacuated by vehicle to the Pirbright Camp medical centre or nearest local civilian hospital.



    1. For serious casualties a civilian ambulance will be requested through the emergency services.


{Original Signed}

A Waters


Flt Lt

RAF Group (Full Bore) Shooting Secretary


Annexes:
A. GpOSC 11 – Nominal Roll.

C. GpOSC 11 – Kit List

B. GpOSC 11 – Competitors Administrative Brief

D. GpOSC 11 – Prize List and Changes to Group Level Competitions

E. GpOSC 11 – Entry Form
Distribution:
RAF Benson

RAF Boulmer

RAF Brampton/Wyton

RAF Brize Norton

RAF Coningsby

RAF Cosford

RAF Cottesmore

RAF Cranwell

RAF Digby

RAF Halton

RAF Honington

RAF Kinloss

RAF Leeming

RAF Leuchars

RAF Linton on Ouse

RAF Lossiemouth

RAF Lyneham

RAF Marham

RAF Northolt

JSU Northwood

RAF Oakhanger

RAF Odiham

RAF Shawbury

RAF Spadeadam

RAF St Mawgan

RAF Valley

RAF Waddington

RAF Wittering

RAF CBRN Centre - Winterbourne Gunner

Copy to:

RAFSAA Yahoo Group Email*

2Gp ACOS FP (Air Cdr R La Forte - RAFSAA Chairman)*

RAFSAA Sec, RAFSAA, Bisley Camp, Brookwood, WOKING, Surrey, GU24 0NY*
ANNEX A TO

STC/201/FB

DATED 27 JAN 11

GPOSC11 - NOMINAL ROLL

ANNEX B TO

STC/201/FB

DATED 27 JAN 11
GPOSC 11 – KIT LIST

L85 A2 with SUSAT (or ACOG / Trijicon if issued at your unit)

5 X L85 Magazines

L9 Browning pistol (or HK USP if issued at your unit)

4 x L9 Magazines

RAF F7192 (Green Card) For both pistol and rifle dated within the last 6 months

RAF F1250 (ID Card)

Attachment Card

CS95

Waterproof Clothing



Beret

CEFO (webbing belt, yokes, water bottle pouch, utility pouch, mag pouches,) (loaded webbing must weigh not less than 7.5kg excluding ammunition)

Enhanced Combat Body Armour (ECBA) and serviceable ballistic protection plates. (Clothing stores should issue this on short term loan for Gp/RAFOSC participation), which has been agreed with the Air Comd clothing supply manager. A copy of the bid proforma for drawing this off central stocks is at Annex F)

Separate webbing belt with pistol holster and suitable pouches for pistol magazines

Issued Combat Helmet

Service Issued Boots

Weapon Cleaning Kit

Boot Cleaning Kit

KFS (Knife, Fork & Spoon) & Mug

Sleeping Bag

Pillow

Torch


Washing and Shaving Kit

Ear Defenders

Spare Socks and Underwear

Smart Casual Civilian Clothes (Clubhouse dress standard)

Money

ANNEX C TO

STC/201/FB

DATED 27 JAN 11

GPOSC 11 – COMPETITORS ADMINISTRATIVE BRIEF

1. Entry Eligibilty.




    1. Only RAF Regular serving and Full Time Reserve Service (FTRS) personnel are eligible to compete in GpOSC 11 and be awarded team and individual prizes.




    1. Regular officers, other ranks and ratings and FTRS of Royal Navy, Regular Army, MPGS and Foreign Forces serving with the RAF for not less than 28 days are permitted to shoot in GpOSC 11 as part of a team2. They are eligible to shoot for honours only in individual competitions.




    1. Range space permitting, Auxiliary and Reserve Forces personnel can enter teams and individuals for honours only3.




    1. Teams must consist of personnel who are on the posted strength of the Unit or Station concerned on the closing date for entries.




    1. Station teams are to consist of a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 3 personnel.




  1. GpOSC 11 Programme. The following are the intended competitions for GpOSC 11, exact timings to be confirmed.




    1. 30 Mar (Wed) – Competitors arrive and accommodation is made available.

    2. 31 Mar (Thurs) - Pirbright 2 Walkback Zero (100-500 yds)

    3. 1 Apr (Fri) am – Ash No2 Match 8

    4. 1 Apr (Fri) pm – Ash Pistol A/B Match 11

    5. 2 Apr (Sat) – Pirbright 2 Match 4

    6. 3 Apr (Sun) am – Nelson Match 17 Check zero and Match 17 (FIBUA not new CQM).

    7. Pm – Prize giving and depart ASAP.




  1. Changes/Amendments to Exercise Plans. In the event that changing weather conditions or other circumstances dictate that the format of the competition needs to be altered, the Planning Officer in conjunction with the CRO will make any changes he considers necessary and ensure that the reasons and changes are recorded in the Range Action and Safety Plan (RASP).




  1. Competitor Numbers. As part of the arrivals process, team captains will be issued competitor numbers which are required to input the scores from score cards. Competitor details, including competitor numbers should be completed on all scorecards. Cards received without the required information may not be processed by stats on completion of a match and you may not receive your score. All score cards are to be handed in by 2100 hrs (local) on the day of the shoot or will not be scored.



  1. Competition Matches. All matches will be conducted in accordance with References A , B and the RAFSAA Competition Handbook.




  1. General Conduct. GpOSC 11 will consist of weapon zeroing, AWPT activity, Service Rifle competitions 4(46), 8(47), 17(49) and Service Pistol Match 11(52). These are considered advanced level shoots beyond those normally taught in pre deployment training.




  1. Range Action and Safety Plan (RASP). The RASP for GpOSC 11 will be produced by the nominated Chief Range Officer and published prior to each days shooting.




  1. Safety. All activities during GpOSC 11 will be conducted IAW References A to D inclusive.




  1. Exercise Risk Assessment. The infantry Training Safe System is in place.




  1. Medical Risk Assessment. All practices will be conducted using the Infantry Training Safe System and a separate medical risk assessment is not required. Medical arrangements will be detailed in the respective RASPs however on RAFSAA property any injuries sustained are to be reported at once to the Stats office and any significant injuries should be through the appropriate channels including the emergency services if required.




  1. Dress and Equipment. Dress and equipment requirements are as follows:




    1. CEFO. All competitors firing in GpOSC 11 will be required to carry a minimum weight of 7.5kgs during all rifle matches. The weight to be carried excludes weapon, helmet and ammunition and all weight is to be carried in the webbing, NOT in rucksacks or back packs. The weight of the respirator and its haversack will be included in the weight requirement, so long as the haversack is attached to the webbing. Additionally, issued gloves and smocks may be worn in all matches. Competitors CEFO will be checked before and after matches, competitors whose webbing falls below the weight limit after a match may be penalized by the deduction of points or disqualification from the match or competition.

    2. Other Equipment. All competitors are to bring sufficient weapon magazines to shoot matches without reloading between practices. Rifle slings and weapon cleaning kits with a supply of oil should also be brought. Competitiors are also to wear Enhanced Combat Body Armour (either DPM or desert coloured) with ballistic plates fitted. If individuals cannot gain access to this they are to approach the team captain who is to consolidate a return using Appendix 1 and send to Flt Lt Waters. The competition is to be shot with optic sights (SUSAT) fitted to L85A2. However, due to the availability of these sights, if units are unable to get hold of these team captains are to contact Flt Lt Waters. Depending on quantity of these individuals I will consider running an iron sighted competition in parallel to enable more competitors to partake in this competition in line with the aims at the main admin order para 3a.




  1. Entry Forms and Fees. Entry forms are included at Annex E and should be forwarded to the address below no later than 18 Mar 11 Should you have any questions regarding GpOSC 11, the Air Cmd (FB) Secretary can be contacted at 95261 Ext 7044 or mobile 07855810551.

Flt Lt A Waters (RAF Group (Full Bore Shooting) Secretary)

ILOC Eng OF2,

Building 88

RAF Benson

WALLINGFORD

Oxfordshire

OX10 6AA



  1. Entry Limitations. GpOSC 11 will be limited to 80 competitors; units are to enter a maximum of 9 personnel (3 teams). Additional entries can be submitted on a separate entry form (annotated RESERVES) who may then be called forward after the 18 Mar 11 if places are still available.




  1. Entry Fees. Payment for the competitors must be paid on arrival at GpOSC 11 and is a prerequisite for entry. Cheques for entry fees are to be made payable to RAFSAA (Entry).



  1. Trophies. All GpOSC 11 and RAFOSC 11 trophies are to be returned to RAFSAA, cleaned and correctly engraved, at the start of GpOSC 11. The Planning Officer is to be advised at the earliest opportunity of any trophies that cannot be returned.



{Original Signed}
A Waters

Flt Lt


RAF Group (Full Bore) Shooting Secretary

APPENDIX 1 TO ANNEX C

STC/201/FB

DATED 27 JAN 11
STATION CONSOLIDATED BID FOR ECBA FOR COMBAT SHOOTING TEAM
This form is to be filled out by all team captains who have problems gaining access to ECBA through the normal stores channels. The RAF only issues ECBA for those individuals deloying on Ops. A number of sets of ECBA have been centrally held at RAF Honington for shooting teams to bid for. Due to limitations teams may only bid for a maximum of 10 sets.
If you require ECBA you are to complete this form and return to Flt Lt Waters. Authority will then be given in conjunction with the requirements by other teams. Once authorised Honington and the Stn are then to liaise together to arrange full details of the loan process and collection/delivery.
Station:
UIN:
Period of Loan from:
Name of Person requesting.
Contact no (Mil):
Contact no Mobile:
Address for delivery:

Sizes
(Based on Jacket Size)




Height

Chest

No of Plates

No of Fillers

No of Covers







(2 per set)

(1 per set)

(1 Per Set)








































































































































Signature


Rank
Position

ANNEX D TO

STC/201/FB

DATED 27 JAN 11
GPOSC 11 – PRIZE LIST AND CHANGES TO CMD LEVEL COMPETITIONS.


  1. With the amalgamation of Strike Command and Personnel & Training Command into Air Command there was a requirement to provide a higher level formation structure for team competitions. To that end, for the purposes of RAF competitions, the Command will be divided into Groups.

RAF Station Group Distribution – RAFSAM Inter-Group (Ex-Command) Events


1 Gp

9 major units

2 Gp

6 major units incl Regt

22 Gp plus ‘rest’

3 major units

Main Units


Benson

Coningsby

Cottesmore

Leeming


Leuchars

Lossiemouth

Marham

Mount Pleasant


Odiham


Spadeadam

Main Units

Boulmer

Digby


Brize Norton

Honington

Kinloss

Lyneham

St Mawgan


Waddington

Wittering




Main Units


Cranwell

Cosford


Halton

Linton on Ouse

Shawbury

Valley
Also include:

High Wycombe

Brampton/Wyton/Henlow


Stafford (JHC – TSW)

PJHQ, Joint appts

Defence agencies

Command HQs (except Gp)

Other support organisations

Minor Units




Minor Units


Holbeach

Fylingdales

Neatishead

Uxbridge


Wainfleet

Minor Units


Grantown

Syerston


Fairbourne

Cadet sqns

VGS

Lodgers at



Lodgers at



Lodgers at


Leeming

Scampton


Sultan

Arborfield






  1. Lodger units normally to come under their parenting Gp, not the unit at which they are located (eg, 90SU is a 2 Gp asset)




  1. Regt personnel on numbered RAF Regt Sqns come under 2 Gp irrespective of location. Regt personnel on stn strength (GDT etc) to come under posted unit/Gp.


PRIZE LISTING FOR GPOSC 09


Ser No

Competition

Medals

(Gold, Silver, Bronze)




Remarks

Air Command

A1

Service Rifle Individual

G S B

Total of Match’s 4(46), 8(47), 17(49)

A2

Service Rifle Individual (FIBUA)

G S B

Total of Match 17(49)

A3

Service Pistol Individual

G S B

Total of Match 11(52)

A4

Service Rifle Team

Gx3 Sx3

Total of Match’s 4(46), 8(47), 17(49)

A5

Service Pistol Team

Gx3 Sx3

Total of Match 11(52)

A6

Service Rifle Team (FIBUA)

Gx3 Sx3

Total of Match 17(49)

A7

Service Rifle Tyro

G S B

Total of Match’s 4(46), 8(47), 17(49)




Service Rifle Female

G S B

Total of Match’s 4(46), 8(47), 17(49)

1 Gp

B1

Service Rifle Individual

G S B

Total of Match’s 4(46), 8(47), 17(49)

B2

Service Pistol Individual

G S B

Total of Match 11(52)

B3

Service Rifle Team

Gx3 Sx3

Total of Match’s 4(46), 8(47), 17(49)

B4

Service Pistol Team

Gx3 Sx3

Total of Match 11(52)

2 Gp

C1

Service Rifle Individual

G S B

Total of Match’s 4(46), 8(47), 17(49)

C2

Service Pistol Individual

G S B

Total of Match 11(52)

C3

Service Rifle Team

Gx3 Sx3

Total of Match’s 4(46), 8(47), 17(49)

C4

Service Pistol Team

Gx3 Sx3

Total of Match 11(52)

22 Gp

C1

Service Rifle Individual

G S B

Total of Match’s 4(46), 8(47), 17(49)

C2

Service Pistol Individual

G S B

Total of Match 11(52)

C3

Service Rifle Team

Gx3 Sx3

Total of Match’s 4(46), 8(47), 17(49)

C4

Service Pistol Team

Gx3 Sx3

Total of Match 11(52)

Note 1: For GpOSC all team matches are concurrent with individual matches.




Flt Lt A Waters

(Air Cmd (FullBore) Secretary)

ILOC Eng OF2

RAF Benson

WALLINGFORD

Oxfordshire

OX10 6AA

Tel: 95261 7044



GPOSC 2011 - Entry Form
TO BY TYPED AND SUBMITTED BY E-MAIL to watersa228@BENSON.raf.mod.uk and J8276523@cosford.raf.mod.uk

OIC/Team Capt


Contact Address/Telephone:


UNIT


Ser

Index # (Stats Use)

Rank

Inits

Name

Service

No




Sex M/F

Date Arrive

Date Depart

Q SA(B)90

TYRO SP Y/N

TYRO SR Y/N

TYRO TR Y/N










GpOSC Champs

£40.00


PER

PERSON





Remarks




Enter amount in boxes below to indicate entry and enter totals




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NOTES:

1. Entry fees will only be accepted by Cheques made payable to ‘RAFSAA’



NOTE: Cash will NOT be accepted.

TOTAL

£

£  







STATS Office Use Only

RAFSAA Stats Use

CHEQUE TOTAL3

£   

Date Received




Due RAFSAA




Data Input




Additional

Surcharge




Signed:

Name (Caps):



Rank:

Date:


CB Folio










Cheque Received




Refund Due




Unit Cheque Total




Refund Paid




Cash Received












1 Service Weapon shoots are being incorporated into the Army Operational Shooting Policy (AOSP) Vol 1 Chap 12. The shoots are renumbered 46, 47, 49 and 52 respectively.

2 Teams of 3 must contain no more than 1 non RAF Regular serving member.

3 Team Captains for Auxiliary and Reserve units must contact the planning officer to confirm range space available.



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