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44 Cards in this Set

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What Army Field Manual is called "Training The Force"?
FM 7-0
What is meant by performance oriented training?
The soldiers learn best by hands on
What is the Army's number one priority?
The Army Time Management System is composed of what three phases?
1. Green - Training focus primarily on collective tasks with individual and leader tasks integrated during multi-echelon training.
2. Amber - Small unit, crew, leader and individual soldier training emphasized.
3. Red - Sub-organizations take advantage of all training opportunities to conduct individual, leader, and crew training.
What is one common Army motto in regards to training?
Training is what we do, not something we do.
What is training?
Training is the instruction of personnel to increase their capacity to perform specific military functions and associated individual collective tasks.
What is the OPTEMPO of an organization?
The annual operating miles or hours for the major equipment system in a battalion-level or equivalent organization.
What are the types of evaluations?
What does realistic training inspire?
It builds competence and confidence by developing and honing skills, and inspires excellence by fostering initiative, enthusiasm, and eagerness to learn.
What is the goal of combat level training?
To achieve combat level standards
What are the three types of training plans?
Who is responsible for maintaining all assigned equipment in a high state of readiness in support of training or combat employment?
Soldiers and leaders.
What does evaluation of training measure?
It measures the demonstrated ability of a unit against the Army standard.
What does AAR stand for and what does it provide?
After Action Review.

An AAR provides feedback to units by involving participants
in the training diagnostic process in order to increase and reinforce learning. The AAR leader guides participants in identifying deficiencies and seeking solutions.
What does the term METL stand for?
Mission Essential Task List
What are the codes used to rate task proficiency?
* "T" = trained
* "P" = needs practice
* "U" = untrained
What are the five primary inputs to METL development?
1. Wartime operational plans.
2. Enduring combat capabilities.
3. Operational environment.
4. Directed missions.
5. External guidance.
What does MILES stand for?
Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System
What are the four parts that the AAR consists of?
1. REVIEW what was supposed to happen. (Training Plans)
2. ESTABLISH what happened.
3. DETERMINE what was right or wrong with what happened.
4. DETERMINE how the task should be done differently the next time.
What is ITEP?
Individual Training Evaluation Program
Are senior leaders supposed to make on the spot corrections, underwrite honest mistakes, and demand aggressive action to correct training deficiencies?
What are the ten principles of training?
1. Commanders are responsible for training
2. NCOs train individuals, crews, and small teams.
3. Train as a combined arms and joint team.
4. Train for combat proficiency
* Realistic conditions
* Performance-oriented
5. Train to standard using appropriate doctrine
6. Train to adapt
7. Train to maintain and sustain
8. Train using multi-echelon techniques
9. Train to sustain proficiency
10. Train and develop leaders.
What are the three core domains that shape the critical learning experiences throughout a soldier's and leader's career?
The Operational, Institutional and Self-Developmental Domains.
What is the one purpose of Army Training?
To produce competent, confident, and adaptive soldiers, leaders and units, trained and ready to fight and win our nation’s battles.
What is the number one principle of peacetime training?
Replicate battlefield conditions
Primarily, there are three methods used to present training. What are they?
1. Demonstration (Most Preferred Method)
2. Conference
3. Lecture (Least Preferred Method)
Which FM covers Battle Focused Training?
FM 7-1
How do commanders determine their units' METL?
War and external directives.
What is a Battle Roster?
List of individuals, crews, or elements that reflects capabilities, proficiencies of critical tasks, and other information concerning war-fighting capabilities.
What is a TEWT and where is it conducted?
Tactical Exercise Without Troops. The TEWT is conducted on actual terrain with unit leaders and staffs, without soldiers.
What must soldiers, leaders, and units be proficient in to perform their missions under battlefield conditions?
The basic skills required to perform their missions under battlefield conditions.
Should all maintenance be on the unit's training schedule?
What drives the METL development process?
Battle Focus
What is a battle drill?
A battle drill is a collective action rapidly executed without applying a deliberate decision-making process
What may NCOs use when assessing squad, crew, and soldier proficiency?
A Leader book
What two things does sustainment training do?
1. Trains on tasks, which build on skills mastered by the soldier, leader, and units.
2. Uses opportunity training to constantly hone proficiency on known tasks.
For noncommissioned officers, who are the key players in the reception and integration phase?
The Command Sergeant Major and First Sergeant
What type of training excites and motivates soldiers and leaders?
Training that is tough, realistic, and mentally and physically challenging.
The unit leader development program consists of what three phases?

1. Reception and integration
2. Basic skills development
3. Advanced development and sustainment.
Training schedules are developed at what level and approved by whom?
Developed at company level and approved by the battalion commander
What are training aids?
Training aids are items that assist in the conducting of training and the process of learning.
In the military structure, what is the lowest level that has battle tasks?
Battalion level
What is risk assessment?
Risk assessment is the thought process of making operations safer without compromising the mission.
What are the five basic fundamentals that commanders and leaders must use?
1. Shoot
2. Move
3. Communicate
4. Sustain
5. Secure.