The Carl Gustaf recoilless rifle is an 84 mm man-portable reusable anti-tank weapon produced In November , the U.S. Army began ordering the M3 MAAWS for regular units deployed in Afghanistan. Soldiers were being engaged with. Money As A Weapon System-Afghanistan. (MAAWS-A). Afghanistan Reintegration Program. (ARP). U.S. Forces-Afghanistan Publication. Standard Operating. AUTHORIZED USES OF CERP A. The authorized uses of CERP are listed below. For more information on each category and examples within.
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The authorized uses of CERP are listed below. For more information on each category and examples within each category, reference Annex A.
Money as a Weapon System Afghanistan (MAAWS-A) SOP
Projects to increase agricultural production or cooperative agricultural programs. This category includes irrigation systems. Projects to repair, or make payments for repairs, of property damage resulting from U.
See Annex A for more details. Projects to cleanup public areas; area beautification. Payments to individual civilians for the death or ,aaws injury resulting from specific U.
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Economic, Financial, and Management Improvements: Projects to improve economic or financial security. Projects to repair or reconstruct schools, or to purchase school supplies or equipment. Maawz to repair, restore, mawas improve electrical production, distribution, and secondary distribution infrastructure. Cost analysis must be conducted so the village or district may collect revenue to ensure operation and maintenance of the system for long-term use. Projects to increase food production or distribution processes to further economic development.
Payments to individuals upon release from Coalition non-Theater Internment detention facilities. Projects to repair or improve infrastructure, equipment, medical supplies, immunizations, and training of individuals and facilities in respect to efforts made to mzaws or restore health especially by trained and licensed professionals.
Payments made to the surviving spouses or next of kin of Afghan defense or police personnel who were killed as a result of U. Projects to repair collateral damage not otherwise payable because of combat exclusions or condolence mzaws. Other Urgent Humanitarian or Reconstruction Projects: Other urgent humanitarian projects not captured under any other category.
Money As A Weapon System-Afghanistan (MAAWS-A) Afghanistan Reintegration Program (ARP) SOP
Only use this category when no other category is applicable. Projects to repair or improve protective measures to enhance the durability and survivability of z critical infrastructure site. Projects to repair or restore civic or cultural maawss or facilities. Projects to repair government buildings such as administrative offices or court houses.
Projects to restore pre-existing Rule of Law ROL facilities; with these types of projects, the Commander must verify the community receiving the facility did in fact have ROL operations ongoing in their community. For example, if a community did not operate a court house, a jail, or an administration office, the use of CERP is inappropriate to create that infrastructure. But, where a community was or is executing governmental operations, CERP projects are appropriate to increase capability to those operations.
Projects to repair or extend communication over a distance. Includes projects to repair or reconstruct telecommunications systems or infrastructure. Temporary Contract Guards for Critical Infrastructure: Projects to guard critical infrastructure, neighborhoods and other public areas. Projects to repair or restore transportation to include infrastructure and operations.
Infrastructure includes the transport networks roads, railways, airways, canals, pipelines, etc. These operations deal with the control of the system, such as traffic signals and ramp meters, railroad switches, air traffic control, etc.
Projects to repair or improve drinking water availability, to include purification and distribution. Building wells in adequate places is a way to produce more water, assuming the aquifers can supply an adequate flow. Other water sources such as rainwater and river or lake water must be purified for human consumption.
The processes include filtering, boiling, distillation among more advanced techniques, such as reverse osmosis. The distribution of drinking water is done through municipal water systems or as bottled water.
Sanitation, an important public health measure that is essential for the prevention of disease, is the hygienic disposal or recycling of waste materials, particularly human excrement.