Army Field Manual FM 7-0 (Training the Force) by The United States Army

By The United States Army

"The U.S. military exists for one reason-to serve the state. From the earliest days of its production, the military has embodied and defended the yank lifestyle and its constitutional method of presidency. it's going to proceed to reply to the decision to struggle and win our Nation's wars, every time and at any place they could take place. that's the Army's non-negotiable agreement with the yank humans. FM 7-0 is the Army's capstone education doctrine and is acceptable to all devices, in any respect degrees, and in all parts. whereas the examples during this handbook are mostly concentrated at department and lower than, FM 7-0 presents crucial basics for all person, chief, and unit training."-From the Preface.

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Relationships between Mission, METL, and Battle Task 3-14 Chapter 4 Planning We cannot train without planning and we cannot teach without preparation. General George C. Marshall PLANNING PROCESS 4-1. Planning is an extension of the battle focus concept that links organizational METL with the subsequent preparation, execution, and evaluation of training. A relatively centralized process, planning develops mutually supporting METL based training at all echelons within an organization. The planning process ensures continuous coordination from long-range planning, through short-range and near-term planning, and ultimately leads to training execution.

4-3. Leaders determine current training proficiency levels by analyzing all available training evaluations. However, each evaluation applies only to a portion of the total proficiency of an organization at a specific time. Therefore, commanders must use all available evaluation data to develop an assessment of the organization's overall capability to accomplish each mission essential task. In addition to past training evaluations, other information about future events influences the assessment.

Effective leader development programs will continuously influence the Army as junior leaders progress to higher levels of responsibility. INVOLVE THEMSELVES PERSONALLY IN PLANNING, PREPARING, EXECUTING, AND ASSESSING TRAINING 2-33. The senior commander resources training and protects subordinate commanders' training time. They are actively involved in planning for future training. They create a sense of stability throughout the organization by protecting approved training plans from training distracters.

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