M450: Mission Command-System Advance Sheet

1.   SCOPE:
This is a three-hour lesson that expands on the command and control system of mission command. This performs the functions necessary to exercise command and control, it defines the command and control system and its purpose. It then describes the individual components of the command and control system, at the end of this lesson the learner will be able to identify each system and its function to localize a SOP for the 1-1 SBCT CP.

TLO: This lesson supports 400-MLC-0470, Analyze mission command to distinguish your role as a senior NCO in a company who supports a battalion/brigade staff conducting large scale operations.
ELO: 400-MLC-0470.04
Action: Illustrate the principles of mission command.
Conditions: As a learner and senior leader attending face-to-face or virtual environments participating in dynamic, collaborative facilitated discussions, given references and multimedia resources.
Standard: Write a command post SOP:
1. Explain the command and control system; and
2. Explain the organizing for command and control.
Learning Domain: Cognitive
Level of Learning: Analysis

  1. Read (3 Total Pages):
  1. Scan (17 Total Pages):
    • ATP 3-91, Division Operations, October 2014, pp. 2-1 thru 2-17 (17 pages). (Found in previous location)
  1. Be prepared to discuss the following in class:
    • Cells within a command post and their necessary functions. ATP 6-0.5 para 2-16 thru 2-25; ADP 6-0 para 4-2 and 4-3
    • Organizing for command and control. ADP 6-0 para 4-2, 4-3 and 4-88; ATP 3-91 para 2-40 and 2-41


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