The North Atlantic Alliance battle order. In fact, it affects the decision-making commander of the unit.
General assessment: current time, time to speak, (1/3 of this time for yourself, 2/3 for subordinates)
1. What does the enemy do and why? (mention of enemy in battle order)
- How does the terrain affect the behavior of the enemy? (And mine?)
- Locality; forest (the thickness of the trees, the width of the field); irregularities (in degrees); water (width, depth, currents, shoals).
- Weather and considerations RCBZ.
- Airways, hot spots, dominant heights, obstacles, paths, limitations, etc.
- What are the possibilities of the enemy?
- Tactics, vulnerabilities, morale, RCB capabilities, firing directions, advantages (positions, numbers, firing sectors, supplies, firepower, mutual support, field fortifications, NVG) and weaknesses non-overlapping, support, irrational concentration of forces, etc.)
- How can an adversary reach his goal?
- The ratio of air force, infantry, armored vehicles, anti-tank weapons, artillery and mortars.
- What are the intentions of the enemy?
- Hold (fortifications, mines), hold up (ways of retreat), harass (quick attack, show of force).
- The most likely course of action (reserves, counterattack, ways, retreat, pursuit, ambush).
- The most dangerous course of action (landing, artillery, counterattack, reserves).
2. What am I ordered and why? (mention of their forces in battle order)
- What is ordered
- What are the intentions of the commander?
- The immediate commander, the commander is two levels higher.
- Location and future actions of neighboring units. Units covering me from the flanks.
- What needs to be done battle order?
- Management, maneuver, firepower, protection, information and intelligence, combat support.
- What are the limitations (time, terrain, resources, fire plan, communications, etc.)?
- Has the situation changed / changed?
- It is impossible to rely on the former intentions of the commander.
3. How to influence the enemy? (mention of intentions in battle order)
- What are my main efforts?
- What is the final position I intend to reach?
- What direction do I intend to set? (in particular, fire support)
- How much does your planned commander? contribute to management? focus combat capabilities on the task? provide mutual support?; include the maneuvering group and the reserve? use the weakness of the enemy? take into account the weather? use the best approach? provide maneuver space?; provide a field of fire and the maximum range for weapons? provide shelter and cover?; consider the terrain? provide speed of execution? do not require relocation of subunits? rely on the usual supply?
4. Where and how will I best accomplish each task? (mention of maneuver in combat order)
What is the terrain map? (picture)
Detail show on the chart every action.
What are the terrain points?
What are the points of the terrain, demonstrating the intentions of the enemy?
Does this correspond to the most likely course of action of the enemy? Is it the most dangerous course of action of the enemy?
What is my decision making?
Ways, positions, lines of attack, flanks, adjustment, lighting, lighting, reserves, observers, obstacles.
5. What do I need for each task / action? (mention of actions and subordinates in the combat order)
- Who does what?
- Anti-tank, anti-aircraft and anti-aircraft weapons
- Providing subordinate units. Reserves. Ammunition, soldering, water, batteries, fuels and lubricants, first aid kits, etc.
- Ways and means of delivery.
- Time to take action and respond to a request.
6. When will be seen relative to each other? (mention the interaction in the battle order)
- If you’re trying to complete your car’s life, you’ll get , engineering and anti-aircraft weapons communications, snipers, spotters, doctors, aviation, command. The scheme of the lower commander. Prevent friendly fire.
- If necessary, it should be noted.
7. What control measures should I take? (mention the interaction in the battle order)
- What are the orders / signals for opening and transferring fire?
- What are the limits of action? What are the conditions on which to report?
- What follows what? What are the restrictions on being in the case?
- What are the names of the paths of motion?
- How is the cover used? What is the disguise?
- What is the radio silence mode?
- At the time of the operation of the operation, code words and passwords, reviews, and alarms. Sector of fire, dead zones. Observers, their positions and paths. Identification signals. Main, spare and auxiliary positions, paths to them. The number, schedule and path patrols.
Give away combat orders, accompanying them with terrain schemes.
Seven questions of the commander himself