MEMORANDUM of INSTRUCTION
SUBJECT: Maneuver War Fighter Conference Attendance Procedures
- Purpose. To outline to effective operation procedures for the 2015 Maneuver War Fighter Conference “virtual” attendees enabling maximum participation and user satisfaction using Defense Collaboration Services (DCS) , 15 – 17 September 2015 at the McGinnis-Wickam Hall, Fort Benning, Georgia.
- All seminar virtual attendees must adhere to the procedures outlined in this memorandum to facilitate the effective collaborative transfer of information presented in unclassified mediums for the duration of the Maneuver War Fighter Conference.
- Recommend ALL virtual attendees have an active account with Defense Collaboration Services in order to view seminar briefings in real-time.
- 4. Maneuver Conference DCS Operating Procedures:
- Users should logon with DCS account credentials or as a “Guest” (Please provide RANK and NAME) and users will be approved entrance into the room by an administrator
- Copy and Paste link in New Tab https://conference.apps.mil/webconf/ManeuverWarFighterConference
- Press Blue Join button on the DSC My Home Page to join the web conference: Maneuver War Fighter Conference
- Press Allow green check button to bypass Adobe Flash Player Settings.
- Video and microphone function inside the DSC room will be disabled by the room administrator. All user interfaces will be limited to chat function. Chat comments MUST be limited to questions regarding seminar subject material or to report technical difficulty. The sheer number of virtual attendees will not allow for personal chat between users while monitoring the seminar presentations.
- f. Question are welcomed and encouraged during scheduled seminar topics of discussion. Queries through the chat function must include the user’s NAME, RANK, UNIT, LOCATION and email address to ensure effective answers and provide.
- DDCS Brief Schedule will be hosted from 0800 – 1630 (Eastern Standard Time)
- POCs for this memorandum are Ms. Rhonda G. Cole, Rhonda.email@example.com, 706.580.2139 or Mr. Rich Ito, Richard.firstname.lastname@example.org, 706.545.5936
“HONING THE MANEUVER FORCE FOR THE NEXT FIGHT”
9 SEP – The Basics
- Inform the force about current state of the MCoE, Infantry School and Armor School and establish priorities for the future of the Maneuver force.
- Inform the force about the Reserve Component and its integration into ongoing and future operations.
- Review current work on fundamental aspects of Maneuver Force (standards/ shooting/ the Squad) and validate or adjust current priorities and initiatives.
10 SEP – Looking to the Future
- Gather lessons learned from our Allies’ preparation for future war.
- Consider implications of emerging and future threats that maneuver forces may face.
- Consider implications of how maneuver forces may be employed to achieve national objectives in the future and how they might have to change to do complete those missions.
- Develop recommendations about how the maneuver force might adapt to meet future challenges.
11 SEP – Checking our Azimuth
- Review/ consider lessons learned from SOF /CF integration and initial experiences with RAF.
- Develop recommendations for improving/ adapting ongoing initiatives to adapt the force for future challenges.
- Review and validate or adjust current doctrine and training initiatives with the force.