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 approach of presidency. it's going to proceed to respond to the decision to struggle and win our Nation's wars, each time and anyplace they could take place. that's the Army's non-negotiable agreement with the yankee humans. FM 7-0 is the Army's capstone education doctrine and is acceptable to all devices, in any respect degrees, and in all elements. whereas the examples during this handbook are largely centred at department and under, FM 7-0 presents crucial basics for all person, chief, and unit training."-From the Preface.

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Overlapping Training Responsibilities TRAIN ALL ELEMENTS TO BE PROFICIENT ON THEIR MISSION ESSENTIAL TASKS 2-31. Commanders must integrate and train to Army standard all BOS, within and supporting their command, on their selected mission essential tasks. An important requirement for all leaders is to project training plans 2-11 FM 7-0 (FM 25-100) _____________________________________________________________________ far enough into the future and to coordinate resources with sufficient lead time.

Mobility/Counter-mobility/Survivability. Mobility operations preserve the freedom of maneuver for friendly forces. Mobility missions include breaching obstacles, increasing battlefield circulation, improving or building roads, providing bridge and raft support, and identifying routes around contaminated areas. Counter-mobility denies mobility to enemy forces. Survivability operations protect friendly forces from the effects of enemy weapon systems and from natural occurrences. Nuclear, biological, and chemical defense measures are essential survivability tasks.

TRAIN ONE ECHELON BELOW AND EVALUATE TWO ECHELONS BELOW 2-29. Commanders are responsible for training their own unit and one echelon below. Commanders evaluate units two echelons below. For example, brigade commanders train battalions and evaluate companies; battalion commanders train companies and evaluate platoons. 2-10 ________________________________________________________________ Battle Focused Training REQUIRE SUBORDINATES TO UNDERSTAND AND PERFORM THEIR ROLES IN TRAINING 2-30. Since good training results from leader involvement, one of the commander's principal roles in training is to teach subordinate trainers how to train and how to fight.

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