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JRTC TRENDS AND TTPs, 2nd & 3rd Qtr FY99


WHAT IS THIS DOCUMENT?

CTC Trends, JRTC contains observations and associated tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) for two quarters (2QFY99 and 3QFY99). The CALL Lessons Learned Division, CTC Branch, collects these observations and TTPs from the respective Observer/Controller (O/C) teams and compiles them in this publication every six months. Organized by the Battlefield Operating System (BOS), the trends reflect both Positive Performance and Needs Emphasis observations based on quarterly assessment. Trends and TTPs from JRTC's Leader Training Program (LTP) and senior NCOs are included when available.

WHO IS THIS DOCUMENT FOR?

CTC Trends, JRTC is for tactical field units to use as a reference for training emphasis at Home Station in preparation for their next JRTC rotation.

CTC Trends, JRTC is for TRADOC doctrine writers to identify successful techniques and procedures to include in updates of doctrinal publications.

CTC Trends, JRTC is for CTC Operations Groups to use as an historical audit trail of reported observations and TTPs from the JRTC.

HOW DO I USE THIS DOCUMENT?

The trends are organized by BOS. The name of the applicable BOS is indicated at the bottom of each page as a reference.

Given in parenthesis at the beginning of each observation is the branch focus of the O/C team that submitted the observation to CALL (i.e., armor, mech, avn, engr, etc.).

BOS "index" codes are annotated throughout the document. These codes are based on the battlefield structure and definitions presented in TRADOC Pam 11-9, Blueprint of the Battlefield. The blueprint provides a common structure of the functions performed by the Army. It serves as a common reference system for analyzing and integrating operations at the strategic, operational, and tactical levels of war. The observations and trends in this publication are at the tactical level. In "TA.5", for example, the TA refers to the tactical level of war; the number "5" is the Intelligence BOS number.


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