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Positive Performance

* 4.1 Forward Support Battalion (FSB) TOC operations and battle tracking (II-38)

* 4.1.3 Rear Command Post (RCP) operations and battle tracking (II-38)

* 4.3 Synchronization of IEW with Brigade Combat Team (BCT) scheme of maneuver and fires (II-38)

* Field Artillery technical rehearsal (II-39)

Needs Emphasis

* 4.1 Brigade staff information management (II-39)

* 4.1 Unit cross talk during battle (II-40)

* 4.1.1 Forward Support Battalion (FSB) soldiers situation awareness (II-40)

* 4.1.3 Logistics Status (LOGSTAT) reporting (II-40,41)

* 4.1.3 Logistics requirements reporting (II-41)

* 4.2 Situation reporting by S-2 section to commander (II-41)

* 4.2 Situational awareness of follow-on forces committed from depth of brigade (II-42)

* 4.2 Radar Position Area (RPA) selection for Fire Finder radar (II-42,43)

* 4.2 C2 Nodes' responsibilities (II-43,44)

* 4.2.1 Integration of S-2 with Analysis Control Team (ACT) (II-44)

* 4.2.2 Battalion Maintenance Officer (BMO) estimate to battalion S-4 (II-44)

* 4.2.2 S-1 casualty estimate (II-44)

* 4.2.2 Logistics estimates insufficiently detailed (II-44)

* 4.2.3 Transition of S-2 section operations from planned to current operations (II-45)

* 4.2.3 Predictive analysis (II-45)

* 4.3 Fire support information dissemination and the planning process (II-46)

* 4.3 Integration of mission analysis (II-47)

* 4.3 Integration of the S-2 into the planning process (II-47)

* 4.3 Templating of enemy's use of persistent and non-persistent chemical agent (II-47,48)

* 4.3 Integration of engineer cell elements with brigade S-2 during IPB (II-48)

* 4.3 Reserve operations integration (II-48,49)

* 4.3 Maneuver unit (heavy & light) direct fire planning (+) (II-49,50)

* 4.3 Planning actions on contact (II-50)

* 4.3 Commander's concept for fires (II-50,51)

* 4.3 Engineer planning integration within brigade planning process (+) (II-51,52)

* 4.3 Obstacle planning and commander's intent (II-52)

* 4.3 Integration of CSS planning (++++) (II-53)

* 4.3 Integration of Combat Health Support (CHS) planning (II-53,54)

* 4.3 Health Service Support (HSS) integration in task force (TF) planning (II-54)

* 4.3 CSS staff use of Mission, Enemy, Terrain, Troops Available, and Time (METT-T) (II-54)

* 4.3 Battalion Signal Officer (BSO) integration into Task Force (TF) planning (+) (II-54,55)

* 4.3 CSS units Tactical Decision Making Process (TDMP) (II-55)

* 4.3.1 Commander's intent in subordinate plans and orders (II-56)

* 4.3.2 S-2 development of Enemy Courses of Action (ECOAs) (II-56,57)

* 4.3.2 Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) NCO participation in NBC planning (II-57)

* 4.3.2 Course of Action (COA) development and details (+) (II-57,58)

* 4.3.3 Wargaming (II-58,59)

* 4.3.5 Developing a scheme of maneuver (II-59)

* 4.4 Incorporation of Ground Surveillance Radar (GSR) teams into Reconnaissance & Surveillance (R& plans (II-59)

* 4.4 Battle command Tactical Standard Operating Procedures (TACSOP) (II-60)

* 4.4 Planning for successful and unsuccessful maneuver operations (II-60)

* 4.4.1 Deployment of Retransmit (RETRANS) Teams (II-60)

* 4.4.1 Level of detail in task force fire support annexes to OPORD (+) (II-61)

* 4.4.1 Planning for use of dismounted infantry in offensive operations (II-61,62)

*4.4.1 Air defense planning and coordination (II-62)

* 4.4.1 Fire planning to support reconnaissance/counter reconnaissance effort (II-62)

* 4.4.1 Level of detail in Air Defense platoon orders (II-63)

* 4.4.1 Addressing Nuclear, Biological, Chemical (NBC) sub-unit tasks in the operation order (II-63,64)

* 4.4.1 Planning, management and execution of medical operations (II-64)

* 4.4.1 Health services movement of aid stations (II-65)

* MI Company Rehearsals: Terrain Model (II-65)

* Operation Orders in sufficient detail for mission accomplishment (II-65)

* Use of graphic control measures for organization of the battlefield (II-66)

* Company/Team Rehearsals: Combined arms breaching operations (II-66)

* Task Force Rehearsals: Assaults and actions on the objective (II-66,67)

* Fire unit assignments (II-67)

* Fire support rehearsals (II-68)

* Battery commander level of detail in planning process (II-68,69)

* Defining automask criteria during planning process (II-69)

* Engineer Company operations orders (OPORDs) (II-69)

* Integration of CSS into the combined arms rehearsal (II-69,70)

* Medical platoon rehearsals (II-70)

* CSS Rehearsals (II-70)

* Establishment of Army Airspace Command and Control (A2C2) procedures (II-71)

* 4.4.3 Intelligence and Electronic Warfare (IEW) Command and Control (C2) (II-71)

* 4.4.3 Combat Trains Command Post (CTCP) personnel battle tracking skills (II-71)

* 4.4.4 Pre-Combat Checks (PCCs) and Pre-Combat Inspections (PCIs) (+) (II-71,72)

* 4.4.5 Command and control of reconnaissance operations (II-72)

* 4.4.5 Brigade planning and execution of deep operations (II-72,73)

* 4.4.5 Role of S-3 Air in air-ground integration (II-73)

* 4.5 Asset management and traffic analysis (II-73,74)

TA.3 Air Defense BOS
TA.5 Intelligence BOS

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