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 process of presidency. it is going to proceed to respond to the decision to struggle and win our Nation's wars, every time and anywhere they might take place. that's the Army's non-negotiable agreement with the yank humans. FM 7-0 is the Army's capstone education doctrine and is appropriate to all devices, in any respect degrees, and in all elements. whereas the examples during this handbook are mostly targeted at department and lower than, FM 7-0 offers crucial basics for all person, chief, and unit training."-From the Preface.
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Additional info for Army Field Manual FM 7-0 (Training the Force)
After mission essential tasks are selected, commanders identify supporting training objectives for each task. The resulting training objective consists of— • Task. A clearly defined and measurable activity accomplished by organizations and individuals. • Condition(s). The circumstances and environment in which a task is to be performed. • Standard. The minimum acceptable proficiency required in the performance of a particular training task. 3-37. The conditions and standards for many major collective training tasks are identified in applicable MTPs.
Explosive ordnance detachments, transportation port operation cargo detachments and preventive medicine medical detachments are examples of these type units. METL DEVELOPMENT PROCESS 3-3. The METL development process reduces the number of tasks the organization must train and focuses the organization's training efforts on the most important collective training tasks required to accomplish the mission. 3-4. METL development is the catalyst that keeps Army training focused on wartime operational missions.
4-6 ____________________________________________________________________________ Planning Action1 Planning Guidance Publication Date2 MACOM publishes training guidance and major event calendar Corps publishes training guidance and major event calendar Division, separate brigade, regiment, and separate group publish command training guidance and long-range calendar4 18 months prior to start of a 2-year period3 12 months prior to start of a 2-year period3 8 months prior to FY start Installation and community publish long-range calendar Brigade and group publish command training guidance and long-range calendar 7 months prior to FY start 6 months prior to FY start Future Planning Horizon Up to 10 years or more 5 to 7 years Command training guidance at least 1 year Calendar at least 2 years At least 1 year Command training guidance at least 1 year Calendar at least 18 months At least 1 year Battalion, squadron, and separate 4 months prior to FY company publish long-range calendar start 1 These actions also apply to similar command level TDA organizations or activities.
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