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  • “In an FOB, small-unit leaders not only train on theater-specific tasks, but they have an opportunity to exercise their troop-leading procedures and basic discipline on a continuous basis.”

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  • At this point in the troop-leading process, the commander has normally had time to conduct a detailed mission analysis.

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  • The spectrum of COAs should provide enough flexibility, and cover enough different possible situations, to achieve the unit purpose against each likely enemy COA that was identified previously in the troop-leading process.

    FM 71-1 Chapter 2 Battle Command

  • For example, if breach, support, and assault elements are identified in an early warning order, leaders can begin rehearsing mission-specific tasks, drills, and SOPs for each element early in the troop-leading process.

    FM 71-1 Chapter 2 Battle Command

  • To assure himself of adequate time to focus on his own critical troop-leading tasks, the company team commander must effectively delegate the numerous preparation tasks that are part of the troop-leading process.

    FM 71-1 Chapter 2 Battle Command

  • Digital information systems (such as IVIS, DBCS, EPLRS, and appliqué) and global positioning systems (GPS) are valuable tools when the company team is forced to use abbreviated troop-leading procedures and FRAGOs.

    FM 71-1 Chapter 2 Battle Command

  • Based on his restated mission and the information compiled thus far in the troop-leading process, the commander issues as detailed a warning order as possible.

    FM 71-1 Chapter 2 Battle Command

  • Situational awareness also gives leaders the ability to compress the time necessary to conduct troop-leading procedures; this is especially critical when there is limited time to plan and prepare for an operation.

    FM 71-1 Chapter 2 Battle Command

  • The team commander uses troop-leading procedures to turn the concept into a fully developed plan and to prepare a concise, accurate OPORD.

    FM 71-1 Chapter 2 Battle Command

  • Assess the impact of limited visibility conditions (including darkness) on the troop-leading process and other time-sensitive preparations for the company team and its subordinate elements.

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