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UK Approach to Ops

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Transcript of UK Approach to Ops

UK Approach to Ops
SNCO CLM
Identify the role of land forces in current and future operations.
Objectives
Look Forward to:
Summarise the characteristics of Joint Operations and the role each force plays within Joint Ops
List the characteristics, advantages and disadvantages of coalitions
Land operations are linked by the primary purpose of land forces executing operations in the land environment and combat.

ADP Ops p8-2

Summary of the 6 Military Activities
What are the advantages & disadvantages of using Land forces in conflict?
Why do our forces win military battles but fail to solve the problems?
Syndicate 1 - Role of the Air Force & examples of when it has acted alone
Syndicate 2 - Role of the Army & examples of when it has acted alone
Syndicate 3 - Role of the Navy & examples of when it has acted alone
Joint Operations Activity
Syndicate 4 - identify recent Joint operations, research the advantages & disadvantages of Joint Ops
Objectives
Identify the role of land forces in current and future operations.
Summarise the characteristics of Joint Operations and the role each force plays within Joint Ops
List the characteristics, advantages and disadvantages of coalitions
COE & COIN
Defence Assessment
How well do you know your Alliances?
Coalitions
‘A coalition is an ad hoc arrangement between
two or more nations
for a common action, with a clear lead nation. Most major overseas military operations involving UK land forces will be as part of a coalition, that will probably be led by the US.’ (ADP Ops, p 4-20, para 0043)
What are the disadvantages of a Coalition?
What are the advantages of a Coalition?
Future Character of Conflict
Read & summarise your extract

1. Conflict is not a precise science – it is an unpredictable and uniquely human activity.
2. Conflict will remain focussed on influencing people.
3. Maintaining public support is essential for success on operations.
4. Qualitative advantage may no longer be assumed in the future.
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