Authority s Operational Planning Guidance

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Motivation. Basic FactsObstacles to Cadet successEnds, Ways, and MeansMissionCommander\'s EndstateBattlefield FrameworkConditions and TasksThe Way Ahead. Basic Facts. Every grounds environment is uniqueEach cadet\'s experience/establishment is uniqueLarge separation between schools is a strain on cadet/framework travel and concentrated logistic functionsLimited preparing time and moneyCU is the fundamental asset

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Officer's Operational Planning Guidance LTC Loffert 23 AUG 06

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Agenda Critical Facts Obstacles to Cadet achievement Ends, Ways, and Means Mission Commander's Endstate Battlefield Framework Conditions and Tasks The Way Ahead

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Critical Facts Each grounds condition is special Each cadet's experience/establishment is novel Large separation between schools is a strain on cadet/unit travel and concentrated calculated capacities Limited preparing time and cash CU is the primary asset supplier/supporter to our program Cadets must adjust scholarly/ROTC life The BN's LDAC execution and commission numbers are the assessment metric utilized by BDE through CC, and in some ways the scholastic group too

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Obstacles to Cadet Success Academics Degree finished on time or postpones known well ahead of time Sufficient GPA for graduation and achievement Swimming - must breeze through swim test/CWST APFT, Height/Weight – must meet CC necessities Personal life – stable or possibly controlled No direct/history that will make the cadet a security hazard Able to deal with the worry of life and Army life Does not implode: looks for help before it is past the point of no return Change of conviction Medical issues – no DoDMERB disqualifiers

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Ends, Ways, and Means AIM What would we like to do? =What is our main goal/endstate? (characterize the mission and endstates) What will it resemble? =What conditions must we deliver to accomplish our point? (perceive the conditions to make each endstate) ENDS How will we isn't that right? =What succession of activities is well on the way to create the conditions? (assignment list orchestrated after some time/space) WAYS What will we utilize? =How ought to our assets be connected to fulfill the grouping of activities? (work force, spending plan, arrive, and so on) What are the costs/hazards in playing out the grouping of activities? Implies RISK

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Mission Campbell ROTC Battalion: Commission future Army officers solid in character, focused on Army Values, with the aptitudes, capacities, and learning to give quality initiative to our Nation's dynamic/save part Brigade Combat Teams and Support Brigades

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To achieve charging, we should select, create, and hold quality prospects We should show it and live it so cadets can trust it; their dedication will take after Mission Campbell ROTC Battalion: Commission future Army officers solid in character , focused on Army Values , with the abilities, capacities, and information to give quality authority to our Nation's dynamic/save segment Brigade Combat Teams and Support Brigades CDR's Endstate: next slide Moral incredibleness and solidness; Moral quality Attribute or highlight that make up and recognize an individual; What a man is on a fundamental level We all need chip away at our character – it is a long lasting procedure The BCTs and SPT BDEs are the client; would they say they are getting what they require?

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Commander's Endstate

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Commander's Endstate Quality Leadership – The 2LT, Staff, and Campuses The Campbell Battalion 2 nd Lieutenant: Commissioned officer solid in character Commitment to the Nation and the Army in your heart Firm establishment of information to work toward your future Possess the aptitudes and capacities to be striking, unfaltering, issue solvers and specialists of progress Capable of finishing BOLC II and III and touch base at your first unit equipped for driving Battalion Staff: Cohesive, dependable, and facilitators of cadet achievement Campuses/Higher HQs: Positive, great working association with all host organizations and BDE to CC HQs

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Logical Lines of Operation ENDSTATES SUSTAINING OPS Academics Positive, great working association with all host establishments and BDE to CC HQs The Campuses/Higher HQs Swimming Cohesive, reliable, and facilitators of cadet achievement SHAPING OPS The Battalion Staff APFT/HT/WT Personal Life Commission officers solid in character Commitment to the Nation and the Army in their heart Firm establishment of learning to work toward their future Possess the abilities and capacities to be intense, steadfast, issue solvers and operators of progress Capable of finishing BOLC II and III and land at their first unit fit for driving DECISIVE OPS The 2 nd Lieutenant Medical Issues Obstacles to Cadet Success Battlefield Framework Simultaneous Operations – The 2 nd Lieutenant Endstate as Main Effort

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Producing the 2LT Endstate

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Conditions and Key Task The 2 nd Lieutenant (1 of 5) Commissioned officer solid in character Conditions: Meets all authorizing necessities Intestinal guts to experience the Army Values; shape the will of the unit, not get to be devoured by it Able to quell or overcome individual feelings of trepidation keeping in mind the end goal to fulfill any mission Able to explore the hazy areas with acumen (moral compass) Able to withstand the weights of working in unfriendly, various, complex, and distributive operations Key Task: Recruit, create, and hold quality prospects (SALs); meet contract and commission mission for each MSL

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Conditions and Key Task The 2 nd Lieutenant (2 of 5) Commitment to the Nation and the Army in your heart Conditions: Believe in, focused on, and experience the Army Values: Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage A promise to the Army Mission and a proactive and dependable hard working attitude A guarantee to reflection and the fortifying of their character Key Task: Cadre experience the Army Values and treat cadets with poise and regard

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Conditions and Key Task The 2 nd Lieutenant (3 of 5) Firm establishment of learning to work toward your future Conditions: Meet all school degree graduation prerequisites Solid working information of TLPs and the essentials of the MDMP Tactically stable and have essential foundation ever (considerate and military) Solid comprehension and utilization of field specialty Basic comprehension of Army structure, weapons, and gear capacities Key Task: Teach the MSL central subjects and encourage the Cadets' comprehension of the material

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Conditions and Key Task The 2 nd Lieutenant (4 of 5) Bold, undaunted, issue solvers, and operators of progress Conditions: Skilled audience and communicator Skilled assessor of circumstances, issue solver, and basic mastermind Ability to talk before individuals with conviction and certainty Ability to fabricate/work in groups and keep up control of feelings in stress Ability to adjust to change and identify with various individuals/societies Ability to talk and compose successfully in military and scholarly situations Key Task: Mentor program and framework guiding criticism to encourage acknowledgment of qualities and shortcomings and activity to enhance

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Conditions and Key Task The 2 nd Lieutenant (5 of 5) Capable of finishing BOLC II and III and land at your first unit fit for driving Conditions: Physical wellness to persevere hardships and achieve any mission Ability to explore amid day and night and inside little units Ability to swim and direct water operations unquestionably Skilled in the basics of Drill and Ceremony to move units Able to lead the warriors and little units of our AC/RC BCTs and Support BDEs Mature and sufficiently sure to tune in to their subordinates Flexible, versatile, and sufficiently shrewd to gain from every single conceivable source and encounters Key Task: Cadet dominance of the 401/402 main subjects

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BN METL Recruit, create, and hold quality prospects (SALs); meet contract and commission mission for each MSL Cadre experience the Army Values and treat cadets with nobility and regard Teach the MSL main subjects and encourage the Cadets' comprehension of the material Mentor program and framework advising input to encourage acknowledgment of qualities and shortcomings and activity to enhance Cadet authority of the 401/402 main subjects

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The Way Ahead

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MS I – III Endstates MS III Endstate: Commitment to the Commander's endstate for a CU 2 nd Lieutenant Pass swimming test and CWST On track for graduation and reported on 104-R Graduate LDAC Meet HT/WT/muscle to fat ratio ratios measures Pass APFT Pass arrive route (day/night/composed) Earn a base rating of "Acceptable" on each of the 16 administration measurements and territory of Values on last eval Complete no less than 90% of preparing Identified poor communicators (verbal/composed) enlisted with coach MS II Endstate: Commitment to contract and have a mentality to learn/succeed Knowledge of TLP/OPORDs (LTC endstates?) Meet least contracting necessities Contracted cadets pass APFT and meet HT/WT/muscle to fat ratio ratios norms Identified poor communicators (verbal/composed) selected with coach MS I Endstate: Basic military train/learning Commitment to proceed into MSL 201 Contracted cadets pass APFT and meet HT/WT/muscle to fat ratio ratios principles Identified poor communicators (verbal/composed) enlisted with guide

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Major Events Operation Jumpstart FTX Audie Murphy Fall Awards Ceremony Accessions BDE Ranger Challenge FTX Trailblazer FTX Kit Carson FTX Gunsmoke Military Ball FTX Overlord Staff Ride CRC Graduation/Commissioning LTC and LDAC Fall Semester Leadership Labs APFT Physical Training Spring Semester

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