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MSL 301, Lesson 5a : Application of Troop Leading Procedures Application of the Troop Leading Procedures
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MSL 301, Lesson 5a : Application of Troop Leading Procedures Rev. 15 Apr 2008 Slide 2 of 20 Tools of the Tactician TLP STEPS 1. Receive the Mission 2. Issue a Warning Order 3. Make a Tentative Plan 4. Initiate Movement 5. Conduct Reconnaissance 6. Complete the Plan 7. Issue the Order 8. Supervise and Assess METT-TC • Mission • Enemy •Terrain • Troops • Time • Civilian OAKOC Observation and Fields of Fire Avenues of Approach Key and Decisive Terrain Obstacles Cover and Concealment Reconnaissance is conducted based on the tentative plan . Information discovered during recon is “plugged back in” to the estimate of the situation. It can cause a change of plan or even a change of mission.
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MSL 301, Lesson 5a : Application of Troop Leading Procedures Rev. 15 Apr 2008 Slide 3 of 20 Troop Leading Procedures 8 Steps 1. Receive the Mission 2. Issue a Warning Order 3. Make a Tentative Plan 4. Initiate Movement 5. Conduct Reconnaissance 6. Complete the Plan 7. Issue the Order 8. Supervise and Refine * * Updated in FM 3-21.8
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MSL 301, Lesson 5a : Application of Troop Leading Procedures Rev. 15 Apr 2008 Slide 4 of 20 Step 1: Receive the Mission Receive a mission alert in the form of a Combat Order Warning Order (WARNO) Operations Order (OPORD) Fragmentary Order (FRAGO) The leader immediately begins a mission analysis using the factors of METT-TC and the Military Decision Making Process Conduct an initial time management analysis using “One-third: Two-thirds” Rule Backward Planning Process Troop Leading Procedures 2. Issue a Warning order 3. Make a Tentative Plan 4. Initiate Movement 5. Conduct Reconnaissance 6. Complete the Plan 7. Issue the Order 8. Supervise and Assess
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MSL 301, Lesson 5a : Application of Troop Leading Procedures Rev. 15 Apr 2008 Slide 5 of 20 Step 1: Receive the Mission M E T T T C IME AVAILABLE ERRAIN AND WEATHER ROOPS AND SUPPORT AVAILABLE ISSION NEMY IVILIAN CONSIDERATIONS • Analysis of the Mission • Tasks - Specified, Implied, Essential • Constraints / Limitations • Write Restated Mission Guides the leader through the decision making process
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MSL 301, Lesson 5a : Application of Troop Leading Procedures Rev. 15 Apr 2008 Slide 6 of 20 Mission Analysis Step 1: Receive the Mission
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MSL 301, Lesson 5a : Application of Troop Leading Procedures Rev. 15 Apr 2008 Slide 7 of 20 1/3 - 2/3 Rule Backward Planning Process Step 1: Receive the Mission TIME ANALYSIS
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This note was uploaded on 09/16/2009 for the course MILS 202 taught by Professor Webb during the Spring '07 term at Arkansas.

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