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MISC 402 Unified Land Operations
Transcript of MISC 402 Unified Land Operations
The outcome of this lesson is to have Cadets understand the decisive action as a component of Unified Land operations: their associated tasks, and purposes. Cadets will be able to explain DA role as a simultaneous element of decisive action and how the offense assists commanders in meeting their operational and tactical objectives
Identify and Describe the purpose of the Offense, Defense, Stability and DSCA
Define the Six Tenets of Unified Land Operations
Describe the types of offensive, defense, and stability tasks
Take three minutes to review the tenets of Unified Land Operations. Come to a consensus in the cell and determine which is most important and least important. Be prepared to justify your cells selection for the group.
Take five minutes to develop a purpose statement for Offense and Defense. Then explain why the task and sub-tasks assigned to your cell should be typified where it is. Be prepared to discus in class.
Defensive operations are designed to create conditions for a counteroffensive that allows Army forces to regain the initiative
Seven Characteristics of the Defense
Defensive operations also allow Army forces to:
Retain decisive terrain
Deny vital areas to the enemy
Attrit or fix the enemy as a prelude to the Offense
Force the enemy to concentrate his forces to increase the enemy’s vulnerability
Offensive operations are designed to:
Defeat, destroy or neutralize the enemy
Deceive and divert the enemy
Offensive operations are designed to strike the enemy for which the enemy is not prepared
Set conditions for future successful operations
Take five minutes to develop a purpose statement for Stability and DSCA. Next answer the questions below assigned to your cell. Be prepared to discus in class.
Black/Blue: Which of the Stability task is most important and why?
Green/Red: Which of the DSCA purpose elements is most important and why?
Yellow: Describe National Preparedness Doctrine