ARTILLERY XOS HANDBOOK PDF
Air Defense Artillery. battalion commander’s guide to staff functional duties in combat preparation. It can also be used to give expressed by commanders, XOs, and S3s, for example, is that the Fire Support. Officer or the S2. The Battalion Commander’s Handbook, is the fifth of a series of similar . Field Artillery and Air Defense Battalions. o Ensure your XO is holding weekly maintenance meetings with key maintenance personnel and company XOs. STANAG , Edition 1, Chapter 13, Artillery Procedures, and QSTAG , Edition 2, Bombing,. Shelling . with the lightweight computer unit (LCU) or manual gunnery dissemination of this information to subordinate XOs, platoon.
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The Change of Command Focus on the critical tasks. If a foreign language is involved, study it. Tell it like it is; senior-level commanders cannot help you if they do not know what is broken.
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You artilley be responsible for the facilities, but they are responsible, as the chain of command, for the occupants. Then inspect that area you’ve just been trained on. Always have a standard to measure success. Your expectations may have to be adjusted.
Make sure they get their priorities from you. You’ll make big bucks by doing so, especially when you’re knowledgeable of what they’re doing.
He or she can be a good conduit of information up and down the chain of command, one who can give you a feel for what the soldiers think on a non-attribution basis. If time does not allow a rehearsal ensure that a backbrief as a minimum is conducted.
Develop clear, concise, attainable goals for the battalion. The purpose of the book is to provide useful tips, ideas, information, philosophy, and guidance to newly designated and incumbent battalion commanders. The DPW has become very limited in resources but can still provide specific services and repair functions.
THE BATTALION COMMANDER’S HANDBOOK
Get your company commanders time with their senior rater, the ADC. Spot check vehicles, masks, weapons, and related equipment.
Have the S1 route award recommendations and a voting sheet to the appropriate staff principal, then to the Command Sergeant Major and the XO prior to submission to you. The S1 is your technical expert on which unit needs what MOS, but when it comes to the people aspect of the decision, the CSM and the unit First Sergeants should work the artillerry with the S1 for enlisted issues.
Use your civilians as the experts they are in their respective fields.
Consider having two a year with the teens to assist your staff in providing the activities the teens want to have, versus those events which no one attends. The base element in support battalions artilleery the mission to support the combat arms arttillery combat support units so that they are able to fight and win.
Publish a booklet on your battalion’s capabilities and “how it fights. Try to address the issues that are hot.
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You should attend meetings when requested by the sergeant major or when you feel it appropriate. If you discuss every important decision with him or her before you make it, you’ll be making much better decisions. This will cut down workload. Remember, command is a two-year growing process. It will pay big dividends. Make this part of leader integration.
Remember that the staff and soldiers have put in long hours preparing for the change of command. Impress this point on all service providers from the clerks to the directors.
Soldiers want to see the boss. We extend special thanks to Colonel Elizabeth L. Give plenty of praise to those who are deserving. It helps you keep them informed. It is Army policy. All of your policies, and company policies, must support the station commander’s critical role.
The cross-training will improve mission capability and soldier experience and retainability. Be prepared to cover your philosophy of command, and those things you consider non-negotiable. Answer questions and deal with disciplinary problems quickly and fairly. Getting to Know Your Soldiers Choose this officer carefully. A large portion of your daily activities will require an interface with local civic organizations and city leadership. In addition to specifying the results, it should state what further action is handblok and when it should be completed.
Plans and runs training meetings, Quarterly Training Briefings, etc. The ability to score on the Army Physical Fitness Test xoos do wonders for your credibility.
When your unit is selected to go to war you will receive priority for issue of the equipment. It will stress and stretch you in different ways than other Army units you’ve commanded.