Who directs the staff to gather tools, materials, and data for the war game?
In which substep of Step 4: COA Analysis do we gather:
- Running estimates
- Event templates
- A recording method
- Completed COAs, including graphics
- A means to post or display enemy and friendly unit symbols and other organizations
- A map of the AO
Substep 1: Gather the Tools.
In which substep of Step 4: COA Analysis does the commander and staff review previous assumptions for continued validity and necessity?
Substep 3: List Assumptions.
What are the two forms of war-gaming?
Manual and Model Methods.
What is an event that directly influences mission accomplishment?
What are the three war-gaming methods?
- Belt Method.
- Avenue-in-depth Method.
- Box Method.
Which method focuses on one avenue of approach at a time?
Which method can divide the COA by events, objectives, or events and objectives in a selected slice across all LOE?
Which method may focus analysis on a specific objective along a line of effort?
What are the two techniques used to record and display results?
- Synchronization Matrix Technique.
- Sketch Note Technique.
Which record and display technique uses brief notes concerning critical locations or task and purposes, and is also used in conjunction with a graphic/overlay?
Sketch Note Technique.
Which record and display technique is a tool the staff uses to record the results of war-gaming and helps them synchronize a COA across time, space, and purpose in relationship to potential enemy and civil actions?
Synchronization Matrix Technique.
An effective war-game results in the commander and staff refining, identifying, analyzing, developing, and determining _______.
The staff utilizes the ______, ________, and _____________ role play method to war-game a COA.