Issuing Orders and Orders Extraction © ACF Training 2015 www.acftraining.co.uk The Orders Process A Commander has to: • • • • • Receive Orders himself. Extract from them what concerns his own command. Estimate.

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Issuing Orders and Orders Extraction

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The Orders Process

A Commander has to: • • • • • Receive Orders himself.

Extract from them what concerns his own command.

Estimate how best to achieve the mission.

Prepare orders for subordinates.

Issue those orders.

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ISSUING ORDERS

The following points should be remembered: • • • • • Protection - Post a sentry Distractions Avoid them - Vehicles and Radios etc.

Concealment of Position - Lights etc Comfort of Position - Shelter, Warmth Brevity – How Vulnerable is your Position & how Long do you Have?

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Do:

Make your orders concise.

Give subordinates a thorough understanding of your intentions.

Explain the outline concept of your immediate commander.

Integrate all subordinate elements in a coordinated action.

Allow subordinates the maximum freedom of action.

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Don’t

Try to give detailed instructions covering every possible situation.

• Try to use every heading in the boxes. They are provided as a reminder of what you MIGHT need to cover.

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Receiving Orders

Before receiving orders you should: Study the Warning Order. Relate it to the Map and Ground if possible.

Issue Your Warning Order.

Arrive at the Commanders Orders Group (O Group) early to Study Maps, Air Photos and mark own maps.

You may be able to supplement your Warning Order and send it with runner.

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Kit required at Orders Group

Map.

A Notebook, Waterproofed and prepared for forthcoming operation / mission.

TAM (Tactical Aid Memoir) Pencil - Chinagraph & normal Binoculars (if available) Torch.

Runner/Escort.

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Company Cdrs Orders

1. Ground 2. Situation - Enemy Forces - Friendly Forces - Atts & Dets 3. Mission 4. Execution - Conc Ops - Msn Tasks A, B, C Flt etc - Coord Inst 5. Service Support 6. Command & Sigs

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Troop Cdrs Orders

1. Ground 2. Situation - Enemy Forces - Friendly Forces - Co’s Intent - Coy Mission - Atts & Dets 3. Mission 4. Execution - Conc Ops - Msn Tasks 1, 2, 3 Sect etc - Coord Inst 5. Service Support 6. Command & Sigs

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Coy Cdrs Orders 1. Prelims 2. Situation - Enemy Forces - Friendly Forces - Atts & Dets 3. Mission 4. Execution - Conc Ops - Msn Tasks 1, 2, 3 Tp etc - Coord Inst 5. Service Support 6. Command & Sigs Troop Cdrs Orders 1. Prelims 2. Situation - Enemy Forces - Friendly Forces - CO’s Intent - Coy Msn - Atts & Dets 3. Mission 4. Execution - Conc Ops - Msn Tasks 1, 2, 3 Sect etc - Coord Inst 5. Service Support 6. Command & Sigs Section Cdrs Orders 1. Prelims 2. Situation - Enemy Forces - Friendly Forces - Coy Cdrs Intent - Tp Msn - Atts & Dets 3. Mission 4. Execution - Conc Ops - Msn Tasks C, D Fire Team - Coord Inst 5. Service Support 6. Command & Sigs

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Method of Delivery

Deliver Orders clearly and fluently.

Follow the standard Orders format.

Adjust How you Speak to reflect: The Standard of Training and Experience of Section Commanders and how well you know them.

How long you have worked as a team.

How tired your cadets are.

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