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Usacac study guide - Term Definition What are the strategic...

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Term: What are the strategic role of the army Definition: Prevent, shape and win ADP 1 Term: The army's indispensable contribution to the joint force- the core comoetencies- are combined arms maneuvers and wide area security. What are these enabling competencies Definition: Security cooperation, tailoring forces, entry ops, flexible ,mission command, Support to the joint force and ourselves, domestic support, mobilizing and integrating reserve component. Term: The army's ability to expand depends on four structural processes what are they Definition: Maintaing a strong cadre of NCOs and officers, investing heavily in army spec ops, ready accessible reserve components, streamline and improve internal process Term: What are the five essential characteristics of our profession Definition: Trust, sprit de core, military expertise, honor, stewardship of the profession
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Term: Intelligence reduces operational uncertainty by facilitating Definition: Commanders and decision makers situational understanding Term: The army executes isr, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance through Definition: Operational and intelligence processes and info collection Term: What are the four intelligence war fighting task Definition: Conduct information collection, intelligence support to force generation, intelligence support to situational understanding, intelligence support to targeting and information capabilities Term: The intelligence process generates information, products, and knowledge about Definition: Threats, terrain, civil considerations
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Term: The army's frame work for Exercising mission is the operations process, what is the operations process Definition: Major mission command activities performed during operation, planning preparing, executing, assessing. Term: What are the principles of the operations process Definition: Commanders drive the operations process, enable situational understanding, apply critical and creative thinking, encourage collaboration and dialogue Term: Commanders drive the operations process through the activities of Definition: Leading, assessing, describing, directing,, visualizing, understanding Term:
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