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Name the Six Warfighting Functions
- mission command
- movement and maneuver
Combat power has eight elements:
- mission command
- movement and maneuver
What components are in the commander's Intent
- Expanded Purpose
- Key Tasks
- End State
- (ADRP 5-0, Para 2-93)
Mission Command WFF
tasks and systems that develop and integrate those activities enabling a commander to balance the art of command and the science of control in order to integrate the other warfighting functions
tasks and systems that facilitate understanding the enemy, terrain, and civil considerations
tasks and systems that provide collective and coordinated use of Army indirect fires, air and missile defense (AMD), and joint fires through the targeting process.
tasks and systems that preserve the force so the commander can apply maximum combat power to accomplish the mission
tasks and systems that provide support and services to ensure freedom of action, to extended operational reach, and to prolong endurance
What is D3A in Targeting?
intelligence warfighting function tasks:
Intelligence Support to
- force generation
- situational understanding
- information collection
- (ADP 2-0 Para 13)
- Intelligence Professionals;
- Federated Organizations;
- network-enabled architecture.
- (ADP 2-0 Para 20)
Intelligence Core Competencies
- (ADP 2-0 Para 25)
Four Primary Means of Collecting Information
- (ADP 2-0 Para 29)
Army Intelligence Process
- Planning and direction.
- (Analyze and Assess)
- (ADP 2-0 Para 36)
Operational Environment Variables (PMESII-PT)
- physical environment
- (ADRP 2-0 Para 1-7)
Mission Variables (METT-TC)
- terrain and weather
- troops and support
- time available
- civil considerations
- (ADRP 2-0 Para 1-7)
Intelligence Quality Criteria (ATU-CPR)
- (Relevant, Predictive, Tailored)
- (ADRP 2-0 Para 2-6)
Civil Considerations (ASCOPE)
7 INTELLIGENCE DISCIPLINES
- (ADRP 2-0 Para 4-9)
Complementary intelligence capabilities
- Biometrics-enabled intelligence (BEI)
- Cyber-enabled intelligence
- Document and media exploitation (DOMEX)
- Forensic-enabled intelligence (FEI)
- (ADRP 2-0 Para 4-64)
6 Mission Command Principles (TUIIOR)
- Cohesive Teams
- Shared Understanding
- Clear Commander's Intent
- Disciplined Initiative
- Mission Orders
- Prudent Risk
5 Principles of Fires? (PSSRN)
- a. Precision
- b. Scalability
- c. Synchronized
- d. Responsive
- e. Networked
5 Principles of the Protection WFF? (RELIC)
- a. Redundant
- b. Enduring
- c. Layered
- d. Integrated
- e. Comprehensive
8 Principles of Sustainment (ACE-IRS)
What ADRPs are associated with the WFFs?
- ADRP 6-0 Mission Command
- ADRP 2-0 Intelligence
- ADRP 3-09 Fires
- ADRP 4-0 Sustainment
- ADRP 3-37 Protection
- ADRP 3-0 Unified Land Operations
What are the Key Tasks of Fires WFF?
- a. Deliver Fires
- b. Integrate Fires
- c. Conduct Targeting
How do Army Fires support Unified Land Operations?
through the application of FA and ADA
Which Intelligence task encompasses Target Acquisition assets?
Intel Staff develops situational understanding of what?
Enemy, Terrain and Weather, and Civil considerations.
What are the major elements of the Sustainment WFF
- a. Logistics
- b. Personnel Services
- c. Army Health System
Army Commands associated with Sustainment
- a. US Army Materiel
- b. US Army Medical
- c. US Army Financial Management
- d. US Army Installation Management
- e. US Army Space and Missile Defense
Purpose of the Sustainment WFF (FOE)
- provide support and services
- ensure freedom of action
- extended operational reach
- prolong endurance
Supporting tasks to the Protection WFF? (14)
- a. Conduct operational area security
- b. fratricide avoidance
- c. Implement OPSEC
- d. Provide intelligence support to protection e. Implement physical security procedures
- f. Apply AT measures
- g. Conduct law and order
- h. Conduct survivability operations
- i. Provide force health protection
- j. (CBRN) operations
- k. (EOD) and protection support
- l. Coordinate air and missile defense
- m. Conduct personnel recovery
- n. Conduct internment and resettlement
How do we assess Protection?
- a. Measures of Effectiveness
- b. Measures of Performance
What is CEP? What is TLE?
- a. Circular Error Probability – Weapon Accuracy
- b. Target Location Error – Targeting Error
Classifications of Bombs; nomenclature M82, M83, M84
- a. Mk82 = 500 lb (BLU111)
- b. Mk83 = 1000 lb (BLU110)
- c. Mk84 = 2000 lb (BLU117)
What is another name for Mk82
Unguided General Purpose Bomb
- a. CFL – Coordinated Fire Line
- b. FSCL – Fire Support Coordination Line
- c. RFL – Restricted Fire Line
- d. RFA – Restricted Fire Area
- e. NFA – No Fire Area
- f. FFA – Free Fire Area
- g. ACA – Airspace Coordination Area
What are the different Radar Zones?
- a. CFZ – Critical Friendly Zone
- b. CFFZ – Call For Fire Zone
- c. ATI – Artillery Target Intelligence
- d. CZ – Censor Zone
What type of message is generated from Radar Zones?
- a. FM:CFF from CFZ and CFFZ
- b. ATI:CDR from ATI Zone
How the Army seizes, retains and exploits initiative to gain and maintain a position of relative advantage in sustained land operations through simultaneous offensive, defensive, and stability operations.
What are the Informing and Influencing Capabilities (S-7)?
- a. Public Affairs
- b. Military Information Support Operations
- c. Combat Camera
- d. Soldier and Leader Engagements
- e. Civil Affairs Operations
- f. Civil and Cultural Considerations
- g. Operational Security
- h. Military Deception
the art of command is the creative and skillful exercise of ________ through
timely __________ and leadership.
mission command system
- information systems
- processes and procedures
- facilities and equipment
The science of control depends on (DISC)
- degree of control
Fires Core Competencies
- Air Defense Artillery
- Field Artillery
The use of weapons systems to create a specific lethal or nonlethal effect on a target.
An entity or object considered for possible engagement or other action.
defensive measures designed to destroy or to nullify attacking enemy aircraft or missiles through surveillance or active engagements.
air defense artillery
The process of selecting and prioritizing targets and matching the appropriate response to them, considering operational requirements and capabilities.
The mission of the Field Artillery
destroy, defeat, or disrupt the enemy with integrated fires to enable maneuver commanders to dominate in unified land operations.
CHARACTERISTICS of Fires
- All Weather.
- Precision/Near Precision Fires.
- Mass Area Fires.
- Air and Space Integration.
- Inherently Joint.
Plan for Protection
Intelligence Collection Plan: (ACP-BRC)
- Intelligence estimate
- Intelligence summary (INTSUM)
- Intelligence running estimate
- Common Operational Picture (COP)
Classes of Supply
- I Subsistence and bottled water
- II Clothing, individual equipment, tools
- III POL includes bulk fuels
- IV Construction items
- V Ammunition
- VI nonmilitary health and comfort items
- VII Major end items
- VIII Medical supplies
- IX Repair parts and components
- X Materiel to support nonmilitary programs
CARVER Protection Assessment
Fires WFF Critical Capabilities
- target acquisition
- target discrimination
- target engagement
ARMY PREPOSITIONED STOCKS
- Prepositioned unit sets
- Operational projects stocks
- Army war reserve sustainment stocks
- War reserve stocks