Fort Hood Combatives III Corps and Fort Hood

Fort Hood Combatives III Corps and Fort Hood

Fort Hood Combatives III Corps and Fort Hood Combatives Tournament 14-17 DEC 2015 The defining characteristic of a warrior is the willingness to close with the enemy. Agenda Fort Hood Combatives Items for Decision Overview (III Corps and Fort Hood Combatives) Command and Control/Support (Phantom Warrior Academy) Revisit Items for Decision The defining characteristic of a warrior is the willingness to close with the enemy. Items for Decision Fort Hood Combatives 1

CGs participation 2 Uniform For Spectators During Finals 3 4 CG/CSM Coins Phantom Warrior FRG food sales The defining characteristic of a warrior is the willingness to close with the enemy. Purpose Fort Hood Combatives III Corps and Fort Hood conducts the 2015 Fort Hood Combatives Tournament 14 17 DEC 2015 at Kieschnick Gym. Prepetuate Warrior Ethos Spur on Combatives training across the Corps Meet AR 350-1 requirement for Combatives competitions.

The defining characteristic of a warrior is the willingness to close with the enemy. Fort Hood Combatives Championship Tournament Fort Hood Combatives Tournament Finals (advanced rules) 17 1500-UTC DEC 15 Quarter final and Semifinals bouts (intermediate rules) 16 0900-UTC DEC 15 Preliminary bouts (standard rules) 15 1000-UTC DEC 15 Combatives Tournament Begin 15 0900 DEC 15 14 1700 DEC 15 14 0900-1600 DEC 15 11 DEC 15 Date TBD Rehearsal/Walkthrough Weigh Ins / Medical Screening Set up Kieschnick Gym 0900 Pre Registration cut off date 09 1600 DEC 15

Brief CG Date TBD Date TBD Pre Brief G3 Begin weekly IPs The defining characteristic of a warrior is the willingness to close with the enemy. Responsibilities Fort Hood Combatives Fort Hood Combatives NCOIC Tournament execution Referees Bracketing Dispute Resolution Phantom Warrior Academy Mission Command of Support PAO Internal Publicity/Media Coverage DFMWR Kieschnick Gym

The defining characteristic of a warrior is the willingness to close with the enemy. Concept of Operation Fort Hood Combatives 11 DecKieschnick Gym Set-up Combatives NCOIC Inspection 11 DecWalk Thru and ROC Drill 14 DecWeigh-in/Medical Screening/Registration 15 DecPreliminary Bouts [0900-UTC] Opening Remarks A Invocation (Chaplain) de 2 star 16 DecQuarter Final and Semifinal BoutsIntermediate Rules [0900-UTC] 17 Dec- FinalsAdvanced Rules [1500-UTC]

Opening Remarks Invocation (Chaplain) 8 Third Place bouts (award presentation after each bout) 8 Championship bouts (award presentation after each bout) First Place Team trophy presentation The defining characteristic of a warrior is the willingness to close with the enemy. B COA 1 Finals Invitees (VIP Section) Fort Hood Combatives Fort Hood Senior Leadership (Brigade Command Teams and above) Immediate Family members of finalists. The defining characteristic of a warrior is the willingness to close with the enemy. Competition

Fort Hood Combatives 14 Dec: All participants are weighed in, and medically screened at Kieschnick Gym 15 Dec: Opening Ceremonies, all competitors in one mass formation in Kieschnick Gym, benediction, and opening comments 15 Dec: Preliminary Bouts / Standard Rules [Basic grappling in ACUs (no strikes or kicks)] 16 Dec: Quarter Final and Semifinal Bouts / Intermediate Rules. [Grappling in ACUs; open hand strikes and kicks allowed (competitors wear shin pads)] Opening Ceremony Mass Formation The defining characteristic of a warrior is the willingness to close with the enemy. Competition Fort Hood Combatives

17 Dec: Finals / Advanced Rules [Competitors compete inside a tactical enclosure; ACU trousers and unit T-shirt, 4-oz gloves, closed fist strikes and kicks allowed] 16 total advanced rules bouts8 bouts for 3rd and 4th Place and 8 bouts for 1st and 2nd. Awards presented immediately after each bout. Kieschnick Gym setup with Tactical Enclosure for Combatives Finals The defining characteristic of a warrior is the willingness to close with the enemy. III Corps Combatives Championship Tournament Support Fort Hood Combatives MISSION: Phantom Warrior Academy provides mission command of support requirements for the 2015 Fort Hood Combatives Tournament at Fort Hood from 1417 Dec 15 IOT ensure the event is professionally executed. Command and Control CPT Curtis Loftin 1SG Jeremy Jackson Tournament Director SFC Timothy Farris

TM Med Screening TM Referee/ Judges TM Med Support BDE Surgeon BDE Surgeon 4 x Physicians 2 x Physicians 4 x 68Ws

8 x Level 2 or 3 combatives certified TM Setup/ Teardown 8 x NCOs 44 x Soldiers TM General Event TM Garrison

5 x NCOs MWR 24 x Soldiers PAO 4 x 68W (NCOs) DES 6 x 68Ws

EMT Crew FRG 11 In-Processing & Set-Up Fort Hood Combatives KEY TASKS Medical Screening Weigh, medically screen and approve fighters for the tournament General Support Assist SFC Farris and staff with final registration Crowd Control Print fight brackets at conclusion of final registration Setup/ Teardown

Setup chairs, tables, mats according to layout 14-17 Dec15 Medical Screening Final Registratio n Print Fight Brackets ~400 pax Garrison PAO, continue to publicize event MWR, provide chairs and tables for TM Setup/ teardown Weigh in 12

Tournament Fort Hood Combatives Kieschnick Physical Fitness Center KEY TASKS Command and Control Coordinate mobile Public Address system (as backup) Provide hand-held radios Provide Master of Ceremony Med Support Provide on-site medical support General Event Provide crowd control Provide assistance for details Parking Efficiently control traffic in parking lot Ensure traffic lanes remain open 14 Dec 15 Registration/

Weigh Ins 09001600 15 Dec 15 16 Dec 15 17 Dec 15 Reconfigure chairs and tables for Finals Bouts ~1500 Preliminary Bouts QTR/ Semi Final 0900-UTC Bouts 0900-UTC Garrison PAO, coordinate for publicity and filming DES, coordinate for traffic control one hour after final DPW, provide barrier equipment/ tables, chairs an trophies Finals 1500-UTC

13 ADVANCED RULES/FINALS Fort Hood Combatives 14 Tear Down & Recovery Fort Hood Combatives Kieschnick Gym 72nd and support Ave Bldg 39008 TM Setup/ Teardown Remove chairs and tables from Kieschnick Gym Return Kieschnick Gym to its original state TM Garrison PAO, capture video and pictures to create motivational clip 15 PAO

Fort Hood Combatives INTERNAL Publicity/Coverage PRE-TOURNAMENT - Internal information: Sentinel/Facebook/Twitter announcement of tournament beginning 02 NOV, with weekly follow-ups; fighter features starting 07 DEC edition and continuing through 17 DEC. - Photos (from feature articles) shared via III Corps/Fort Hood Flickr site. - Facilitate media coverage; media advisory released 02 NOV by Media Relations Branch. DAILY (14-17DEC) - Preliminary round coverage: CI team uploads Flickr photos, acquires updates for social media posts; video clips uploaded to YouTube. Daily Facebook updates (morning after fights) providing highlights and team standings. MR escorts interested media. - Championship round coverage: TV crew films all championship fights live-to-tape (for Fort Hood TV/Channel 10 airing afterward) and makes live feed available to interested media; internal print coverage to appear in Aug edition of Fort Hood Sentinel; Fort Hood Radio provides call-back interviews from venue during championship round during live broadcast on FortHoodRadio.com, including interviews with installation leaders, event organizers, team coaches, fighters, etc. - MR facilitates media coverage. The defining characteristic of a warrior is the willingness to close with the enemy. DFMWR Fort Hood Combatives

Kieschnick Gym Set-up 11 DEC 15 Media & Advertising Flyers/Posters (posters already produced) Public Address System from Kieschnick Gym 12 Tables, 150 chairs & trophies The defining characteristic of a warrior is the willingness to close with the enemy. Tournament Costs Fort Hood Combatives III Corps Costs: TBD Costs Covered by Contributions from Non-Profits TBD The defining characteristic of a warrior is the willingness to close with the enemy. Recommendations / Decisions Fort Hood Combatives 1

CGs participation A CG Opens the tournament 14 DEC 0900 APPROVE/DISAPPROVE B CG Opens Finals Night 17 DEC 1500 APPROVE/DISAPPROVE C COA 1 COA 2 CG / CSM Present Awards after each Championship bout and 1st Place team Award BDE CDRs/CSMs wear ACUs during finals for visual command presence

CG/CSM Coins CG / CSM present coin to each champion The defining characteristic of a warrior is the willingness to close with the enemy. APPROVE/DISAPPROVE APPROVE/DISAPPROVE APPROVE/DISAPPROVE APPROVE/DISAPPROVE Fort Hood Combatives Questions & Guidance The defining characteristic of a warrior is the willingness to close with the enemy.

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