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SECTION I

TA. 4 COMMAND AND CONTROL BOS


Strengths

* 4. Unit SOPs (II-17)

* 4.1.1 Communications, FM radio (II-18)

* 4.1.1 Employment, installation, operation, and maintenance of C3 assets (II-18)

* 4.1.1 Communications, Intelligence personnel (II-18)

* 4.1.1 Digital communications (II-18)

* 4.2.1.1 Mission analysis (II-l8)

* 4.3 Abbreviated planning process (II-18)

* 4.4 Junior leader initiative (II-19)

* 4.4.3 Battlefield circulation (II-19)

* 4.4.5 Unity of effort in signal plans (II-19)

Needs Emphasis

* 4.1 Information management (II-19)

* 4.1 TOC operations (II-20)

* 4.1 Late arrival of C3 assets (II-20)

* 4.1.1 Roles and responsibilities of the TOC Battle Captain and TOC NCO (II-21)

* 4.1.1 Pre-operational checks and COMEXs (I-21)

* 4.1.1 User/owner operator skills (II-22)

* 4.1.2 Time management (II-22)

* 4.1.2 Shift change-over briefing (II-22)

* 4.1.3 Battle tracking (II-23)

* 4.3 Wargaming (II-24)

* 4.3 Decision making process (II-24)

* 4.3 Signal operations/communications planning (II-24)

* 4.3.1 Air defense planning (II-25)

* 4.4 Supervision (II-25)

* 4.4 Rest plan management (II-25)

* 4.4 Troop leading procedures (II-26)

* 4.4 Pre-combat inspections (II-26)

* 4.4.1 Troop Leading Procedures, MI company team (II-26)

* 4.4.1 Planning for and employing the task force reserve (II-27)

* 4.4.1 Staff officer organization (II-27)

* 4.4.1.1 Fire support rehearsals (II-27)

* 4.4.1.2 Sustainment operations planning (II-28)

* 4.4.2 OPORD/FRAGO development (II-28)

* 4.4.4 Soldier discipline (II-29)

* 4.4.5 Staff synchronization (II-29)

* 4.4.5 Command and control, heavy elements (II-29)

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