TROOP LEADING PROCEDURES

TROOP LEADING PROCEDURES - TROOP LEADING PROCEDURES (FM...

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TROOP LEADING PROCEDURES (FM 7-8, PG. 2-3) 1. RECEIVE THE MISSION 2. ISSUE A WARNING ORDER 3. MAKE A TENTATIVE PLAN 4. START NECESSARY MOVEMENT 5. RECONNOITER 6. COMPLETE THE PLAN 7. ISSUE THE COMPLETE ORDER 8. SUPERVISE ____________________________________________________________________ TAKE CHARGE MINUTE 1. STAND UP AND INTRODUCE YOURSELF 2. DESIGNATE TEAM LEADERS 3. ESTABLISH SECURITY A. DESIGNATE 12 O'CLOCK B. ASSIGN SECTORS 4. INITIATE TROOP LEADING PROCEDURES ____________________________________________________________________ FIVE POINT CONTINGENCY PLAN (FM 7-8, PG. 3-5) 1. WHERE THE LEADER IS GOING 2. WHO HE IS TAKING WITH HIM 3. AMOUNT OF TIME HE PLANS TO BE GONE 4. ACTIONS TAKEN IF THE LEADER DOES NOT RETURN 5. UNIT'S AND LEADER'S ACTIONS ON CHANCE CONTACT WHILE THE LEADER IS GONE ____________________________________________________________________ WARNING ORDER (FM 7-8, PG. 2-4) 1. SITUATION 2. MISSION 3. EXECUTION-CONCEPT-TIME SCHEDULE-REHEARSALS-TASKS TO SUBORDINATES 4. SERVICE SUPPORT 5. COMMAND AND SIGNAL ____________________________________________________________________ METT-T (FM 7-8, PG. 2-4) MISSION ENEMY POSITION TERRAIN/WEATHER TROOPS/EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE TIME AVAILABLE ____________________________________________________________________ OCOKA (FM 7-8, PG. 2-8) OBSERVATION AND FIELDS OF FIRE COVER AND CONCEALMENT OBSTACLES KEY TERRAIN AVENUES OF APPROACH ____________________________________________________________________ OPERATION ORDER (FM 7-8, PG. 2-10)
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TASK ORGANIZATION 1. SITUATION A. ENEMY FORCES 1. DISPOSITION, COMPOSITION, AND STRENGTH 2. CAPABILITIES 3. MOST PROBABLE COURSE OF ACTION B. FRIENDLY FORCES 1. HIGHER UNIT 2. LEFT UNIT'S MISSION 3. RIGHT UNIT'S MISSION 4. FORWARD UNIT'S MISSION 5. MISSION OF UNIT IN RESERVE OF FOLLOWING 6. UNITS IN SUPPORT OR REINFORCING HIGHER UNIT C. ATTACHMENTS AND DETACHMENTS 2. MISSION (WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, AND WHY) 3. EXECUTION - INTENT A. CONCEPT OF THE OPERATION. HOW UNIT WILL ACCOMPLISH THE MISSION. IDENTIFY TASKS. (1) MANEUVER. DESIGNATE MAIN EFFORT. ID TASKS. (2) FIRES. CONCEPT OF FIRE SUPPORT. ADDRESS PRIORITY OF FIRES, PRIORITY OF TARGETS, RESTRICTIVE CONTROL MEASURES. (3) ADDITIONAL CBT SUPPORT ASSETS. CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT AND PRIORITY OF EFFORT. B. TASKS TO MANEUVER UNITS. SPECIFY TASKS AND PURPOSE FOR EACH. C. TASKS TO CBT SUPPORT UNITS. LIST SPECIFIC TASKS THAT MUST BE ACCOMPLISHED. D. COORDINATING INSTRUCTIONS. (1) PRIORITY INTEL REQUIREMENTS AND REPORT TASKS. (2) MOPP LEVEL (3) TROOP SAFETY AND OPERATIONAL EXPOSURE GUIDE. (4) ENGAGEMENT AND DISENGAGEMENT CRITERIA AND INSTRUCTIONS. (5) FIRE DISTRIBUTION AND CONTROL MEASURES. (6) CONSOLIDATION AND REORGANIZATION INSTRUCTIONS (OTHER THAN SOP ITEMS) (7) REPORTING REQUIREMENTS. (8) SPECIFIED TASKS THAT PERTAIN TO MORE THAN ONE.
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