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Battalion-Level Execution of Operations for Combined-Arms Maneuver and Wide-Area Security in a Decisive-Action Environment

by LTC Harry "Zan" Hornbuckle and MAJ James D. Pritchett with contributions by Dr. Thomas E. Ward

We discuss how units can better accomplish their core-competencies tasks and examine the manning and training required to do this and to maintain running estimates.

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BCT Commander, How Do You Plan to Sustain a Partnered Multinational Formation?

by CPT William Russell Dean

Observers/coaches/trainers at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center regularly identify that training units under-define or fail to recognize supply-support relationship challenges in multinational organizations.

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Sustainment Considerations

by CPT Jerad N. Hoffman and CPT James W. Turner

Had I known then what I know now about logistics, and how difficult the planning process of resupply can be, I would have prepared better for our decisive-action training exercise rotation.

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Optimized Brigade Combat Team Main Command Post: Survivable and Effective BCT CP Interim Solutions

by CPT Chase S. Baker and LTC Scott Nauman

The National Training Center's brigade staff-training team (Broncos) have some observations about command-post setup and layout.

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Armor Basic Officer Leadership Course Redesign: Applying Adaptive Soldier/Leader Training and Education

by LTC Oscar Diano and retired LTC Kevin McEnery

This article provides leaders in the operating force an explanation of the linkage of an outcomes-based approach to Armor-officer leader development within the Army Learning Model.

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Decision-Support Planning and Tools: Planning to Support Decision-Making

by CPT Gary M. Klein and CPT Alan P. Hastings

As the Army increases its focus on decisive action, more units are emphasizing decision-support templates and matrices as part of the planning process. Unfortunately, these tools have minimally impacted tactical decision-making and mission outcomes because leaders are using these tools as another synchronization tool rather than focusing on decision points.

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