By The United States Army
"The U.S. military exists for one reason-to serve the state. From the earliest days of its construction, the military has embodied and defended the yank lifestyle and its constitutional procedure of presidency. it is going to proceed to respond to the decision to struggle and win our Nation's wars, at any time when and at any place 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 acceptable to all devices, in any respect degrees, and in all parts. whereas the examples during this handbook are largely targeted at department and under, FM 7-0 presents crucial basics for all person, chief, and unit training."-From the Preface.
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Extra resources for Army Field Manual FM 7-0 (Training the Force)
Operational Environment 3-9. The operational environment has six dimensions; Threat, Political, Unified Action, Land Combat Operations, Information, and Technology (see FM 3-0). Each dimension affects how Army forces combine, sequence, and conduct military operations. Commanders tailor forces, employ diverse capabilities, and support different missions to succeed in this complex environment. 3-3 FM 7-0 (FM 25-100) _____________________________________________________________________ Directed Missions 3-10.
The commander, assisted by staff, develops a strategy to accomplish each training requirement. This includes improving proficiency on some tasks and sustaining performance on others. Through the training strategy, the commander establishes training priorities by determining the minimum frequency each mission essential task will be performed during the upcoming planning period. The strategy also includes broad guidance that links the METL with upcoming major training events. The initial training assessment includes the commander's guidance that starts the detailed planning process.
Army organizations are frequently directed to conduct a mission other than its assigned wartime operational mission. These missions range from major combat operations to providing humanitarian assistance or other types of stability and support operations. External Guidance 3-11. External guidance serves as an additional source of training tasks that relate to an organization's wartime operational mission. Some examples are— • Higher headquarters directives. • MTP. • Force integration plans. • Army Universal Task List (AUTL).