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B115 Mission Orders and Troop Leading Procedures Basic Leader Course (BLC)
Scope At the end of this five-hour learning event, you will be able to react rapidly to mission orders assigned to your team in order to meet the commander's intent by employing troop leading procedures. You will have an opportunity to build a new order for a team.
Enabling Learning Objective Action: Apply troop leading procedures. Condition: As a learner, attending the BLC, using a direct level leadership perspective in new environments, given references, practical exercises and classroom discussions. Standard: The learner will create a team-OPORD IAW the eight steps of troop leading procedures using the five- paragraph format of a mission order with 80% accuracy.
Mission Orders Definition Definition Purpose Purpose Mission orders are directives that emphasize to subordinates the results to be attained, not how they are to achieve them. Mission orders are directives that emphasize to subordinates the results to be attained, not how they are to achieve them. Mission orders clearly convey the unit’s mission and commander’s intent. They summarize the situation, provide key tasks, describe the objectives and end state, and provide a simple concept of operations to accomplish the unit’s mission. Mission orders clearly convey the unit’s mission and commander’s intent. They summarize the situation, provide key tasks, describe the objectives and end state, and provide a simple concept of operations to accomplish the unit’s mission.
Types of Orders Operation Order (OPORD) Fragmentary Order (FRAGORD) Warning Order (WARNORD)
Prepare Mission Orders Command and Signal Sustainment Execution Situation Mission

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