MANEUVER TRAINING CENTER
QUARTER FY95 & 1ST QUARTER FY96
4TH QUARTER FY95 & 1ST QUARTER FY96
The CALL CMTC Observation Division collects these trends from the respective Observer/Controller teams and compiles the results. Organized by the Battlefield Operating System (BOS), the trends reflect both Positive Performance and Needs Emphasis based on PC assessement.
Each of the BOS is labeled according to TRADOC Pamphlet 11-9, Blueprint of the Battlefield. Section I provides "bulletized" statements of either Positive Performance or Needs Emphasis grouped by BOS. If you want to read more about any particular observation, refer to the BOS narratives in section II. These narratives give more depth, and where appropriate and/or available, suggestions on how to improve those tasks needing emphasis.
This CTC Trends issue distinguishes between observations and trends derived from Stability Operations (STABOPS) rotations conducted during this period, and the single "normal" rotation conducted.
1. ( ) following bullet comments refers to the page in Section II where you can find the narrative.
2. [ ] following bullet comment refers to the BOS team source of the observation.
3. Shaded observation headings signify an observation/trend from a Stability Operations (STABOPS) train-up for U.S. forces scheduled to deploy to Bosnia-Herzogovenia.
II: BOS NARRATIVES
Organized by BOS, these narratives amplify the bullet listings in Section I. As appropriate and/or available, they provide doctrinal references, techniques and procedures for the need training emphasis. The narratives are labeled IAW the Blueprint of the Battlefield system for reference and long-term development.Shaded observation headings signify an observation/trend from a Stability Operations (STABOP) train-up for U.S. forces scheduled to deploy to Bosnia-Herzogovenia
This document was created by Adele Nicholson, CALL, Fort Leavenworth, KS.
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