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1 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONSTHE BATTLE CAPTAIN

2 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONSAGENDA  PRE-VOLUME I PRE-VOLUME I  INTRODUCTION  PURPOSE  TASKS  VOLUME II VOLUME II  INFORMATION MANAGEMENT  CP CONFIGURATIONS  SHIFT PLANNING and STAFFING

3 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS INTRODUCTION TO THE BATTLE CAPTAIN  FIRST JOB OUT OF OAC  EXPECTED BY UNIT TO BE TRAINED UPON ARRIVAL  “BATTLE CAPTAIN” IS NOT A TO&E POSITION, HOWEVER, THE PERSON FILLING THIS ROLE IS NORMALLY SLOTTED IN A TO&E JOB  THE INTEGRATOR OF INFORMATION IN THE CP  WORKS CLOSELY WITH CMD GROUP, COMPANY COMMANDERS, AND STAFF.

4 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS  PLANNING  CONTINUOUS OPERATIONS vs. PLANNING  MAINTAIN UNIT STATUS (KEY TO MISSION ANALYSIS)  CONTROLS COLLECTION AND DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION REQUIRED FOR COA DEVELOPMENT  PREPARATION  ANALYZE NEW INFORMATION AS IT BECOMES AVAILABLE  MAKE MODIFICATIONS TO PLAN BASED ON NEW INFORMATION  EXECUTION  PACKAGE INFORMATION FOR DECISION MAKERS  MUST SEE THE “BIG PICTURE”, ENSURE BOS ARE EXECUTED IN SUPPORT OF THE CURRENT MANEUVER NEEDS BATTLE CAPTAIN PURPOSE

5 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS BATTLE CAPTAIN TASKS  BATTLE TRACKING  MONITOR ACTIVITIES/LOCATIONS OF FRIENDLY AND ENEMY UNITS  ANALYZE AND ASSES INFORMATION  INFORMATION MANAGEMENT  ASSIST IN REVIEWING/ DISSEMINATING INFORMATION WITHIN CP AND TF  DECISION MAKER/PLANNER  ASSIST S3 DURING MDMP  CP SHIFT OIC  ASSISTS IN SYNCHRONIZING STAFF’S EFFORTS  SUPERVISES STAFF FUNCTIONING (DURING EXECUTION)

6 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS BATTLE TRACKING  THE BATTLE CAPTAIN PROCESSES ALL REPORTS AND INFORMATION ENTERING THE CP  MAINTAINS AND MONITORS:  SITUATION MAP  ADJACENT UNIT ACTIVITIES  STATUS CHARTS  COORDINATES ACTIVITIES OF ALL CP SECTIONS Consists of monitoring current location, activity, and combat power of Task Force elements; monitoring the progress of adjacent and supporting units, and updating templates.

7 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS INFORMATION MANAGEMENT  CONTROLS ALL INFORMATION GOING IN AND OUT OF THE CP  INFORMATION DISPLAY TECHNIQUES  MESSAGE HANDLING  BATTLE TRACKING - WHAT CRITICAL INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS MUST BE TRACKED  CURRENT OPERATIONS  FUTURE OPERATIONS  THE BATTLE CAPTAIN MUST UNDERSTAND:  COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS AND PROCEDURES  HOW TO USE ALL COMMO EQUIPMENT  AUTOMATION CAPABILITIES and LIMITATIONS

8 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS CURRENT OPERATIONS INFORMATION  MISSION AND INTENT OF UNIT and HIGHER HQs TWO LEVELS UP  UNIT LOCATIONS TWO LEVELS DOWN  STATUS OF FRIENDLY UNIT PERSONNEL, CRITICAL EQUIPMENT, and CRITICAL SUPPLIES  ENEMY SITUATION  ENEMY BDA  LOCATION and STATUS OF ADJACENT UNITS  CURRENT OPERATIONS OF FRIENDLY UNITS  STATUS OF OBSTACLE AND SURVIVABILITY WORK (DEFENSE)

9 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS FUTURE OPERATIONS INFORMATION  FUTURE MISSION AND INTENT OF UNIT and HIGHER HQs TWO LEVELS UP (BRANCH OR SEQUEL)  AVAILABILITY OF HIGHER ASSETS TO SUPPORT FUTURE OPERATIONS  ENEMY SITUATION  STATUS OF FRIENDLY UNITS  COMBAT POWER  RESUPPLY and REPLACEMENT PROJECTIONS  BREACHING ASSETS (PLOWS, DEMO, ACES, ETC.)  CLASS III and V STATUS (OFFENSE)  CLASS IV AND V STATUS (DEFENSE)

10 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS DECISION MAKER and PLANNER  LEADS THE STAFF IN MDMP IN THE ABSENCE OF THE XO/S3 (Bn Level)  AUTHORITY DERIVED FROM:  COMMANDER/XO/S3  SOPs  GUIDANCE OBTAINED FROM:  CCIR  WARNORDs/OPORDs/FRAGOs  ISSUES WARNORDs and FRAGOs  DRIVES OPORD PRODUCTION

11 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS CP SHIFT OIC  RESPONSIBLE FOR TRAINING THE CP CREW AND MAINTAINING THE CP SOP  FOCAL POINT OF CURRENT OPERATIONS  LEADS AND REHEARSES CP BATTLE/ORDERS DRILLS  WORKS CLOSELY WITH THE NCOIC  MANAGES SHIFT CHANGES  THE BATTLE CAPTAIN MUST HAVE:  SOPs (KNOW, UNDERSTAND, ENFORCE)  CURRENT ORDERS and CCIR  LOGs  STAFF PLANNING TOOLS  EXECUTION CHECKLIST

12 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS SHIFT NCOIC  ENFORCES SOP IN CP  ASSISTS WITH ORDER PRODUCTION  ASSISTS WITH ORDER REPRODUCTION, QUALITY CONTROL, and ISSUE  POST SITUATION MAPS and CHARTS  SUPERVISES CP PERSONNEL  MONITORING RADIOS  VEHICLE and EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE  ENSURES TIMELY and ADEQUATE RESUPPLY  JOURNALS and LOGs  OVERALL WELFARE  ESTABLISHES and MAINTAINS CP SECURITY

13 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS VOLUME II BATTLE CAPTAIN TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, and PROCEDURES

14 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS INFORMATION MANAGEMENT  EIGHT STEPS TO MANAGING INFORMATION STEP 1 RECEIVE INFO STEP 2 RECORD & POST STEP 3 UNDERSTAND THE INFO STEP 4 PROCESS STEP 5 ANALYZE STEP 6 DISSEMINATE STEP 7 SAFEGUARD STEP 8 FOLLOW UP

15 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONSPROCESS BATTLE CAPTAIN - CCIR SCREENING - DECISION ON ACTION - ASSIGN MESSAGE # - FOLLOW UP ACTION DISTRIBUTE - CDR - XO/S3 - S2 - FSO/TGTing CELL - AVN LNO - ETC. ACTION MESSAGE ROUTINE CCIR SHIFT NCOIC SITMAP LOG STATUS CHARTS

16 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS COMMANDER CRITICAL INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS  CCIRs PREVENT UNNECESSARY AND REDUNDANT INFORMATION COLLECTION  CDRs TOOL TO FOCUS STAFF EFFORTS ON INFORMATION HE NEEDS TO MAKE DECISIONS  THIS INFORMATION DIRECTLY AFFECTS THE SUCCESSFUL EXECUTION OF OPERATIONS  CCIR DRIVE THE STAFF DEVELOPMENT OF THREE PRODUCTS:  PRIORITY INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS (PIR)  FRIENDLY FORCES INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS (FFIR)  ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF FRIENDLY INFORMATION (EEFI)

17 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS PRIORITY INTELLIGENCE REQUIREMENT  HOW THE COMMANDER SEES THE ENEMY. IT IS ASSOCIATED WITH A DECISION THAT WILL AFFECT THE OVERALL SUCCESS OF THE COMMANDER’S MISSION.  PIR ARE ONLY DESIGNATED BY THE COMMANDER AND ARE OF A HIGHER PRIORITY THAN IR.  THE DECISIONS ASSOCIATED WITH PIR NORMALLY COME IN THE FORM OF HIGH PAYOFF TARGETS (HPT) AND DECISION MAKING CRITERIA FOR THE COMMITMENT OF MANEUVER ASSETS

18 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF FRIENDLY INFORMATION  EEFI - HOW THE COMMANDER VIEWS HIS UNIT FROM THE ENEMY COMMANDERS PERSPECTIVE  INFORMATION ON FRIENDLY FORCES AND/OR ACTIVITIES THE COMMANDER DEEMS CRITICAL TO PROTECT FROM ENEMY COLLECTION EFFORTS  EXAMPLE:  THE COUNTER-RECON REPORTS THAT ENEMY RECON HAS PENETRATED THE SECURITY FORCE IN THE NORTH; THIS WOULD PUT THEM ON A PATH TO IDENTIFY THE TF RESERVE, A CDR EEFI.

19 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS  THE BATTLE CAPTAIN NOW HAS TO DETERMINE WHAT ACTION WILL PREVENT THE RESERVE FROM BEING FOUND BY THE RECON  HE NOTIFIES THE CDR WITH RECOMMENDATIONS  MOVE RESERVE?  SEND OUT ELEMENTS TO FIND AND DESTROY RECON?  SOMETHING ELSE?  EEFI MAY INCLUDE:  LOCATIONS (UNITS, RESERVE, TRAINS/CPs)  UNIT STRENGTHS  OBSTACLE LOCATIONS AND COMPOSITIONS ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF FRIENDLY INFORMATION

20 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS FRIENDLY FORCES INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS  FFIR - INFORMATION REGARDING A CHANGE TO UNIT STATUS THAT COULD PREVENT SUCCESSFUL MISSION ACCOMPLISHMENT AS IT IS CURRENTLY PLANNED  CHANGES TO THE FFIR WILL RESULT IN CHANGES TO THE WAY A COMMANDER AND STAFF ARE PLANNING TO EXECUTE A COA  EXAMPLE:  THE UNIT HAS TO BREACH AN OBSTACLE  THE SELECTED COA REQUIRES 6 PLOWS FOR EXECUTION  PLOW STATUS BECOMES A FFIR. A DROP IN THE O/R RATE BELOW 6 WILL REQUIRE ADJUSTMENTS TO THE PLAN.

21 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONSRECEIVECCIR PIR? YES NOTIFY CDR & S2 NO FFIR? NOTIFY CDR & S3 YES NO HPT? PLANCHANGE? - LOG - POST ON MAP MAP - CONT. TO MONITOR MONITOR - DISSEMINATE TO SUB-UNITS TO SUB-UNITS - INFORM HIGHER HIGHER ISSUEORDERS W/ CMD APPROVAL EEFI? ROUTINE RTN TO NCOIC NO NOTIFY CDR/S3 & S2 YES NO NO NO YES YESYES NOTIFY FSE ENGAGE W/ CMD APPROVAL PLANCHANGE? FOLLOWING THE ACTION CCIR REPORTING FLOW

22 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS  BRIGADES HAVE ECHELONED COMMAND and CONTROL FACILITIES.  THEY ARE:  MAIN COMMAND POST  TACTICAL COMMAND POST  REAR COMMAND POST  THE COMMAND GROUP  THE COMMAND GROUP NORMALLY CONSISTS OF THE FOLLOWING PERSONNEL  BRIGADE COMMANDER  S3  FSCOORD  TACP  SELECTED BOS REPRESENTATIVES BRIGADE COMMAND POSTS

23 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS S2 S3 FSE S2 S3 FSE ENG ADA TOCEXTENSIONS MI HMMWV ARMY AIR HMMWV ALO HMMWV REPRO TRUCK GENERATORS BRIEF S3 TENT TENT CAMO NET BRIGADE MAIN COMMAND POST LAYOUT

24 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS S-2M577S-3M577FSEM577 ENGM577 ADAM LEGEND Battle Board Mission, Intent, CCIR Board FSO Map ALO Map Army Air Map ENG Map LEGEND ADA Map IEWSE Civil Affairs S3 Status Board Main Entrance To S# Plans BRIGADE MAIN COMMAND POST LAYOUT

25 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS LEGEND Battle /Status Board - Operations - Operations - FSO - FSO - Intelligence - Intelligence FSO Map TableRadiosMSRTFAX M577 EXTENSION CDR’s M113 NOTES 1. CP Personnel include: - S3 - S3 - FSCOORD - FSCOORD - Intel Officer - Intel Officer - Vehicle Crews - Vehicle Crews2. = Location of map boards while traveling. while traveling. BRIGADE TACTICAL COMMAND POST

26 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS TF CP CONFIGURATION  CP CONFIGURATION SHOULD BE DETERMINED BY THE PHASE OF THE OPERATION  THE CP STAFF MUST PRIORITIZE THE NEEDS OF THE CP BASED ON  COMMAND AND CONTROL  PLANNING  SURVIVABILITY  STAFFS MUST BE ABLE TO CONTINUOUSLY DO ALL THREE, THE TRICK IS KNOWING WHEN ONE IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN THE OTHER.

27 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS  THERE ARE MANY WAYS TO CONFIGURE A TF CP, WE WILL DISCUSS THREE POSSIBLE TECHNIQUES  MAIN CP  LEAST MOBILE AND MOST VULNERABLE  MAXIMIZES C2 AND PLANNING PROCESSES  “HOT CP”  EMPHASIS ON SURVIVABILITY (ABILITY TO RAPIDLY JUMP AS REQUIRED)  MINIMIZES PLANNING ABILITY DURING HOURS OF LIMITED VISIBILITY  MOVING CP  C2 AND PLANNING IS MOST DIFFICULT  SURVIVABILITY ALSO AT RISK BECAUSE YOUR ARE EXPOSED TO ENEMY FORCES AND NOT COVERED AND CONCEALED TF CP CONFIGURATION

28 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONSCHARACTERISTICS: 1. USED PRIOR TO OPERATIONS 2. STATIC SITE, REQUIRES TIME TO MOVE MOVE 3. VEHICLES POSITIONED TO FORM CP AREA USING SICCPs CP AREA USING SICCPs 4. GENERATORS OUT AND AWAY FROM VEHICLES TO LESSON FROM VEHICLES TO LESSON NOISE (DUG IN OR SANDBAGGED) NOISE (DUG IN OR SANDBAGGED) 5. SUPPORT VEHICLES AND SITES CLOSER TO CP CLOSER TO CP 6. IMPROVED NOISE AND LIGHT DISCIPLINE DISCIPLINE 7. NEVER POSITION ALONG HIGH SPEED AAs OR LIKELY ARTY TGTs SPEED AAs OR LIKELY ARTY TGTs REPRO TRUCK BRIEFING TENT GENERATORS S3 ENGFSE S2 MAIN CP CONFIGURATION

29 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS S3S2FSE ENG INTEL MAP FIRES OVERLAY OBSTACLE OVERLAY OPs MAP CHARACTERISTICS: 1. USED DURING EXECUTION 2. EASILY “JUMPED” IF REQUIRED REQUIRED 3. VEHICLES FACE OUT W/ RAMPS DOWN. ENGINES RAMPS DOWN. ENGINES RUNNING DEPENDENT RUNNING DEPENDENT UPON THE SITUATION. UPON THE SITUATION. 4. MAP BOARDS OUT 5. OTHER VEHICLES AND PERSONNEL DISPERSED PERSONNEL DISPERSED 6. POOR NOISE AND LIGHT DISCIPLINE DISCIPLINE “HOT CP” CONFIGURATION

30 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONSDVR TC ENGINE OPsMAP RADIOS BC RTO CHARACTERISTICS: 1. VERY LOUD AND CROWDED. 2. TOUGH TO MAINTAIN SITUATIONAL AWARENESS. AWARENESS. 3. LIMITED NUMBER OF MAPS TO MONITOR THE FIGHT. MONITOR THE FIGHT. 4. COORD W/ OTHER STAFF AGENCIES LIMITED LIMITED 5. BATTLE CPT CAN EFFECTIVELY MONITOR ONE NET AT A TIME. MONITOR ONE NET AT A TIME. CHART BOOK MOVING CP CONFIGURATION

31 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS CP SHIFT PLANNING AND STAFFING  CPs NORMALLY RUN TWO SHIFTS, A TECHNIQUE IS:  SHIFT A:  SHIFT B:  EVERY STAFF AGENCY IS REPRESENTED ON BOTH SHIFTS, PRIMARIES WORK THE “A” SHIFT  30 MINUTE OVERLAP ALLOWS FOR A SHIFT BRIEF. THIS BRIEFING IS DONE BY THE OUTGOING BATTLE CAPTAIN TO THE IN-COMING STAFF.  STAFF REPs ARE REQUIRED TO CONDUCT INTERNAL CHANGEOVER BRIEFS WITH THEIR REPLACEMENTS PRIOR TO THE BATTLE CAPTAIN BRIEFING

32 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS  BOTH SHIFT BRIEFINGS ARE FORMAL, THE EVENING BRIEFING IS ATTENDED BY THE COMMANDER  THE BRIEFING COVERS:  S2  RECENT ACTIVITIES  CURRENT OPs  FUTURE OPs  FSO  ADA  ENGINEER  EQUIPMENT STATUS  OBSTACLE STATUS (IF APPLICABLE) CP SHIFT PLANNING AND STAFFING

33 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS  BATTLE CAPTAIN  CURRENT TACTICAL SITUATION  CURRENT COMBAT POWER  LOCATIONS OF SUBUNITS AND TRAINS  SIGNIFICANT ACTIVITIES (PAST 12 HOURS)  ANTICIPATED SIGNIFICANT ACTIVITIES (NEXT 12 HOURS)  COMMO STATUS  UNRESOLVED SUPPLY AND PERSONNEL PROBLEMS  STATUS OF ORDERS PROCESS  ANY DISPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS  NBC POSTURE  CHANGE TO CCIR CP SHIFT PLANNING AND STAFFING

34 BACK NEXT RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS RETURN TO TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTER CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS  BATTLE CAPTAIN IS ALSO RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING THE S-3 CP WORKBOOK  THIS WORKBOOK IS A CENTRALIZED SOURCE FOR EVERYTHING PRODUCED BY THE STAFF  ALL DA 1594 JOURNALS (LOGS)  COPIES OF ALL ORDERS (WARNING/OPs/FRAGs)  COPIES OF ALL MESSAGES SENT AND RECEIVED  LIST OF ALL CP SENSITIVE ITEMS  CP BRIEFING FORMAT CP SHIFT PLANNING AND STAFFING


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