Mccc Key Notes

Principles of Training
- Commanders are responsible for training
- Be present at training to maximize extent possible
- Base training on mission requirements
- Train to applicable Army standards
- Provide the required sources
- Develop and execute training plans the result in proficient individuals, leaders,
              and units
- NCO’s train individuals, crews, and small teams
- Train for combined arms and joint team
- Realistic conditions
- Performance orientated
- Train to standard using appropriate doctrine
- Train to adapt
- Train to sustain and maintain
- Train using multi-echelon techniques
- Train to sustain proficiency
- Train and develop leaders

multi-echelon techniques
This occurs when and entire organization is using the same METL or related METL simultaneously.

Develop and communicate a clear vision   It is based on a comprehensive understanding of:
- Mission, doctrine, history
- Enemy / threat capabilities
- Operational environment
- Organizational and personnel strength and weaknesses
- Training environment

Inputs to METL Development Wartime operational plans + Enduring combat capabilities + operational environment + Directed missions + external guidance =

An established METL =

Resources needed.   Where you Asses / Plan / Execute over and over.

The Army METL
- Shape the security operations
- Respond promptly to crisis
- Mobilize the Army
- Conduct forcible entry operations
- Dominate land operations
- Provide support to civil authorities

The BOS (Battlefield Operating System) is a METL Fundamental And the BOS is comprised of:
- Intelligence
- Maneuver
- Fire Support
- Air defense
- Mobility / counter-mobility / survivability
- Combat Service Support
- Command and Control

Training Objectives:

Documents that will help a commander and staffs that will develop training objectives
- Soldier’s Manuel
- Soldier Training Publications
- DA PAM...