ARMY FM 25-101 PDF

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY. Washington D.C., 30 September FM BATTLE. FOCUSED. TRAINING. Editor’s Note: This manual. Appendix G to FM , Battle Focused Training, 30 September .. to compare their own performance with established Army standards. FM (FM ) BATTLE FOCUSED TRAINING SEPTEMBER DISTRIBUTION Army Training and Leader Development Model e

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As commanders train their units on METL tasks, senior commanders reinforce training by approving and protecting training priorities and providing resources. Leaders can enhance selection of training aids by using the TASC catalog. The goal of all training is to achieve the Army standard.

Full text of “FM Battle Focused Training”

The systems approach to training is an analytical method that determines what tasks units are expected to perform on the battlefield, under what conditions they will perform the tasks, and the standard that they must achieve. Training Assessment e Brigade commander and staff conduct backbriefs and rehearsals to ensure that subordinates understand commander’s intent and concept. A battle task is a staff or subordinate organization mission essential task that is so critical that its accomplishment determines the success of the next higher organization’s mission essential task.

Warfighting in defense of United States values and interests is the core competency of this profession.


Battle Focused Training — FM 7-1 (FM 25-101)

Have the unit members describe what happened in their own words and from their own point of view. For tasks without published training objectives, commanders establish task, condition, and standards using mission orders and guidance, lessons learned from afmy exercises or operations, and their professional judgment. Platoon leaders use the company commander-approved platoon critical task and drill list as their start point.

Soldier and leader task training must occur continuously and be fully integrated into the collective training plan. The Army is a profession, the profession of arms. Individual self- development affects soldiers, civilian work admy members, leaders, and supervisors of all grades, regardless of unit assignment, type of organization, current duty position, or location.

Platoon and below must perform critical tasks that are essential to company METL accomplishment.

This mission-to-task-to-training linkage assists forces in training the way they intend to fight. It further identifies leader and individual tasks that units must perform to be successful in their battlefield tasks.

Army Training Management Cycle e A Suggested Battalion Training Meeting Participants e While senior leaders determine the direction and goals of training, it is the officers and NCOs who cm that every training activity is well planned and rigorously executed. This mentoring and training should be done at all levels. tm

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Training Strategy Figure Training Adaptive Leaders and Units Figure Select Observer-Controllers Those selected for observer-controllers should not be involved in the training. Leaders observe performance, then evaluate the quality of what they see.

Supporting doctrinal manuals describe common TTP that permit commanders and organizations to adjust rapidly to changing situations. Use a chart of artillery missions fired to reveal inadequate smoke usage when disengaging.

Integration involves the arrangement of battlefield actions in time, space, and purpose for maximum effects of combat power at a decisive place and time.

Analysis of key BOS what happened when the battle was joined. The company commander approves modifies as necessary the platoon critical tasks and drills list. Uses of Types of Evaluations e Priority of training for RC units is given to individual duty military occupational specialty qualification DMOSQ and professional development to produce qualified soldiers and leaders. This topic is discussed further in chapter 5. He must limit his input to sustaining the AAR, guiding the discussion back to the right track, or bringing out new points.

Table summarizes the squad leader’s training assessment.