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25) In order to help support the commanders' decision-making process, thestaff must understand the commanders' information needs. What is a goodstarting point to focus the staff and its limited resources to provide relevantinformation to support decision-making? [Remediation Accessed :N] commander's critical information requirements (CCIR) (correct)knowledge management plan (KMP)digital rules of engagementoperations plan (OPLAN)
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26) Which of the following statements about knowledge management plans(KMP) is TRUE? [Remediation Accessed :N]
27) Non-military USG agencies and departments operate at the _____ level in Washington DC and at the operational and tactical level in the field.
28) Which of the following choices best summarizes the attributes andimportance of mission command in today's complex environment?[Remediation Accessed :N]
29) Which of the following statements about the supported/supportingcommand relationship is FALSE? [Remediation Accessed :N] The supported commander does not have the authority to prioritize targets or objectives. (correct)The supporting commander provides the supported commander access tohis or her capabilities within the guidance and priorities expressed by the establishing authority.The supporting commander should send liaison to the supported commander to assist in planning efforts and ensuring common situational awareness.The supporting commander should both ascertain and satisfy the needs of the supported commander.

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