The Training Brain Operation Center (TBOC) assisted in the development of the scenario by building the operation and fragmentary orders
for the exercise.
To add realism, additional fragmentary orders
are issued for unplanned resupply and maintenance support.
(8) A fragmentary order
"provides timely changes of existing orders to subordinate and supporting commanders while providing notification to higher and adjacent commands." U.S.
Issue an operation or fragmentary order
. Supervise personnel.
To resolve some of those issues, the PEO C3T's leadership released its Fragmentary Order
8 in February.
Using the output of this drill, a daily fragmentary order
is published by the C4ISR cell that is synchronized with the combat loss regeneration and battlefield distribution processes.
(22.) Headquarters, Combined-Joint Task Force 7, Fragmentary Order
89 (Commander's Emergency Response Program (CERP), Formerly the Brigade Commanders'Discretionary Fund), to CJTF-7 OPORD 03-036 (19 June 2003) [hereinafter FRAGO 89] (on file with author).
Rehearsing the complex requires thinking about the second and third order effects of a trigger, such as the loss of a combat sustainment support battalion (CSSB), a fragmentary order
to a defense, and internally displaced persons or detainee overflow.
According to FM 5-0, there are three doctrinal orders that are the result of either the TLPs or the MDMP: the warning order (WARNO), the OPORD, and the fragmentary order
If approved, it is likely that a new fragmentary order
(FRAGO) will be published changing the current theater policy, defining the operational parameters, and authorizing these selected engineers to undertake this mission.
The S 3 generates a written fragmentary order
(FRAGO) laying out the specific requirements for executing the CLP in the next 24 hours.
On 20 April, Captain Gonzalez issued a fragmentary order
and deployed the team to a seaport of debarkation--Mina Salman Port, 40 miles north.