scheme of maneuver


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scheme of maneuver

Description of how arrayed forces will accomplish the commander's intent. It is the central expression of the commander's concept for operations and governs the design of supporting plans or annexes.
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It describes the intelligence scheme of maneuver, the Who, What, When, Where, How, and the Why.
The integration of Air Force ISR liaison officers (ISRLO) into the TACP addressed the air component's ISR integration into the ground scheme of maneuver.
Here is where we then And a conundrum: Since "striking forces" are part of a mobile defense and the lowest level a mobile defense is constituted is the division/joint task force (JTF), how does a BCT or battalion execute a scheme of maneuver with a dedicated force designed to counterattack the enemy in the main battle area (MBA)?
understand their role in the overall scheme of maneuver and commander's intent of the mission
You'll note we didn't set up a Joint Special Operations Task Force that went out and did things on its own with limited integration into the Joint Force Commander's scheme of maneuver.
All of this "warfighter" presence and their expert input support provided operational maneuver consistency and valuable customer oversight of the communications scheme of maneuver within the experiment.
Certain Victory, the US Army's official account of Desert Storm, avidly recounts the air component's "failure" to support the surface maneuver commander's scheme of maneuver.
Alongside the reconnaissance company commander and intelligence section, the master trainer develops a sUAS scheme of maneuver and named area of interest overlay/observation plan.
Experience has shown that when conducting route clearance, engineer units that operated independently had less effect and received higher casualties than when route clearance operations were conducted as a combined arms formation and tied to a task force scheme of maneuver.
Through the initial stages of the military decisionmaking process with the 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, the Lion team analyzed each phase of the armored brigade combat team scheme of maneuver and made recommendations to the commander regarding how to effectively task-organize the correct CBRNE defense force packages with each of the subordinate maneuver battalions.
The scheme of maneuver for these ground operations could be visually depicted on a map by sweeping arrows indicating the friendly axes of advance.