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1 MSL 201, Lesson 04b: Introduction to Troop Leading Procedures Revision Date: 31 July 2011 Introduction to Troop Leading Procedures (TLPs)
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2 MSL 201, Lesson 04b: Introduction to Troop Leading Procedures Revision Date: 31 July 2011 Lesson Objectives   Describe the eight steps to troop leading procedures Communicate the eight steps both orally and in writing Demonstrate ability to use steps as appropriate to situation Explain how the elements of METT-TC are related to TLPs Explain how the elements of OAKOC are related to TLPs
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3 MSL 201, Lesson 04b: Introduction to Troop Leading Procedures Revision Date: 31 July 2011 Troop Leading Procedures Receive the Mission Issue a Warning Order Make a Tentative Plan Initiate Movement Conduct Reconnaissance Complete the Plan Issue the Order Supervise and Refine
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4 MSL 201, Lesson 04b: Introduction to Troop Leading Procedures Revision Date: 31 July 2011 Receive a mission 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 as many steps as feasible of the Military Decision Making Process (MDMP) Conduct an initial time management analysis “One-third: Two-thirds” Rule Backward Planning Process Step 1: Receive the Mission
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5 MSL 201, Lesson 04b: Introduction to Troop Leading Procedures Revision Date: 31 July 2011 Step 1: Receive the Mission (2)   What is the MISSION? What is known about the ENEMY? How will TERRAIN and weather affect the operation?
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