event template

event template

A guide for collection planning. The event template depicts the named areas of interest where activity, or its lack of activity, will indicate which course of action the adversary has adopted. See also activity; area of interest; collection planning; course of action.
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An example of routine IPB products, which serve as a best practice, in supporting MDMP is using the event template and event matrix to identify decisive points at which division-level shaping operations, fires, and air-ground integration can disrupt the enemy's operation or preparations.
With such decomposition the syntactically relevant parts of verb's meaning are shown and the processing time differences found in recent experiments comes about because path-of-motion verbs have a simpler event template than manner of motion verbs in goal of motion structures.
The event template or predicted enemy timeline shows when each enemy element could reach a designated phase line, usually the forward edge of the battle area (FEBA).
Rather than wasting valuable analyst time and effort in fully fleshing out each and every avenue of approach, intelligence sections should devote their attention to determining enemy decision points using an Event Matrix and graphically displaying these decisions in time and space on an Event Template.
The event template will assist with the decision making process when it comes to determining the enemy COA.
While the 32 briefs several products, the group will refer to the event template most often when developing the targeting synchronization matrix (TSM).
The brigade S2 updates the collection plan, provides the targeting officer with the status of collection assets and their availability over the next 72 hours, provides BDA information, updates the enemy event template for the next 24 and 48 hours, and develops an enemy event template for 72 hours out.
The S2's event template is important here, and it is an integral product for COA analysis.
This should consist of at least a reconnaissance mission statement, task organization, timeline, necessary movement, time of reconnaissance OPORD, and a draft event template.
This tool "supports the event template by providing details on the type of activity expected in each NAI, the times the NAI is expected to be active, and its relationship to other events on the battlefield.
2) The event template is not required for the mission analysis briefinq.