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Total Army Instructor LESSON 5 Conduct an After-Action Review
Total Army Instructor TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE Conduct an after-action review.
Total Army Instructor ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE 1 Identify critical elements of the AAR.
Total Army Instructor Solving problems and improving performance as a TEAM! THE SPIRIT OF THE AAR SPIRIT OF AAR
Total Army Instructor AN AAR IS... Leader-guided. Soldier-centered. Focused on learning objectives. Visual. Frequent.
Total Army Instructor AN AAR IS NOT... A lecture. A discussion of minor events. A gripe session. Intended to embarrass anyone.
Total Army Instructor WHEN TO DO AN AAR After a test. End of training day. End of course. End of one hour practice. Questions/frequent errors. Change of subjects.
Total Army Instructor FIELD EXPEDIENT AAR Conduct the AAR. Begin the AAR. Discuss strengths and weaknesses. Decide what to do differently. Summarize the AAR. Do only this part:
Total Army Instructor ASK QUESTIONS DURING THE AAR TO... Clarify issues. Keep the discussion going. Get soldiers to think. Consider the consequences.
Total Army Instructor ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE 2 Identify the steps for conducting an AAR.
Total Army Instructor STEP 1 - PREPARE THE AAR Take notes during training. Organize resources. Write an AAR outline.
Total Army Instructor STEP 2 - CONDUCT THE AAR Begin the AAR. Discuss strengths and weaknesses. Decide what to do differently. Summarize the AAR.
Total Army Instructor REVIEW Conduct an after-action review.
Total Army Instructor SUMMARY SPIRIT:Solving problems and improving performance as a TEAM. FOCUS:1. Leader-guided. 2. Soldier-centered. 3. Focused on objective. STEPS:1. Prepare an AAR. 2. Conduct an AAR.