|1. What is the Army's framework for exercising mission command?||
The operations process
|2. What are the major mission command activities performed during operations?||
d. Continuously assessing the operation
|3. How do commanders drive the operations process?||
Commanders drive the operations process through understanding, visualizing, describing, directing leading, and assessing operations.
|4. What is a composite of the conditions, circumstances, and influences that affect the employment of capabilities and bear on the decisions of the commander?||
An operational environment.
|5. What is MDMP?||
The military decision making process is a planning methodology used to understand a situation, develop a plan of action, and produce an operation order.
|6. What are the MDMP steps?||
a. Step 1-Receipt of mission
b. Step 2-Mission analysis
c. Step 3-Develop course of action
d. Step 4-Analyze course of action
e. Step 5-Compare course of action
f. Step 6-Approve course of action
g. Step 7-Produce orders, disseminate, and transition
|7. What are troop leading procedures?||
Troop leading procedures are a dynamic process used by small unit leaders to analyze a mission, develop a plan, and prepare for an operation. TLP are used by leaders without a staff.
|8. What are the TLP steps?||
a. Receive mission
b. Issue warning order
c. Make a plan
d. Start movement
e. Conduct reconnaissance
f. Complete plan
g. Issue order
h. Supervise and refine the plan