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Tactical Pocket Reference (U) COA Development and

(U) Troop Leading Procedures (U) Mission Analysis

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A Guide for U.S. Forces Analysis

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1. Course of Action 1. Receive the Mission 1. Mission Analysis

Small Unit Leader’s


Development  Intent – What happens to this

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2. Issue a WARNO site after seizure?
1. Entry Criteria  ID and link up with enablers
June 2016

 Constraints due to WMD


Counter WMD:

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2. Tactical Call Out  Submit initial ISR requests hazards, civilians, or HN
3. Kinetic Options – risk  Timeline includes planning restriction?
Asymmetric Warfare Group

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of collateral damage / and rehearsals with enablers

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hazard release 2. Enemy
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3. Make a Tentative Plan  Enemy on and prior to OBJ


4. Seal / Mitigate
 Plan with enablers  Enemy forces that can
5. Hand-over to HN or
reinforce OBJ
UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY technical forces 4. Initiate Movement
 Deploy ISR
DISCLAIMER: The information contained herein is not current U.S. doctrine or
policy and is not meant to supersede doctrine, commander’s guidance, or
established unit standard operating procedures. Examine and use the information
3. Terrain / Weather
in light of your mission, the operational environment, the Law of Armed Conflict,
and other situational factors. This document does not constitute the provision of 2. COA Analysis: Match  Weather affects on CBRN
additional information or the approval of additional information upon request.
DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT C: Distribution authorized to US Government potential adversary and 5. Reconnaissance hazards
agencies and their contractors; operations security; 31 May 16. Other requests for
 Weather on OBJ  Possible subterranean facilities
this document shall be referred to Asymmetric Warfare Group, Fort Meade, MD
civilian actions against
 Dirty/clean RTEs
20755.
EXEMPTION NOTICE: This document contains information that may be exempt  Water and soil for DECON
from mandatory disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act.” COAs  Civilians on OBJ
REFERENCES: CWMD Sequence of Events, CONOP Diagram, and Task
Organization derived from AWG’s “WMD-E Planning and Familiarization Guide for
Korean Theater of Operations”.  DECON site and dirty/clean 4. Troops and Time Available
CCPs  Enablers
(U) Example CWMD Sequence of Events
 State of facility: Functioning / • CBRN sampling
Damaged / Hazard release • CBRN detection /
Movement to
ASLT PSN monitoring
6. Complete the Plan • CBRN initial entry
L/U w/initial Conduct Conduct • CBRN consequence
isolation unit DECON MEDEVAC 7. Issue an OPORD management
• UXO reduction
As needed 8. Supervise • Breach
Conduct
BHO
Recon OBJ /
assess site
 COMMEX – test reach back  CWMD is deliberate, and
capability and enabler comms hand-over may be days, not
SSE and Process PAX  Rehearsals: with enablers hours
initial CWMD
Isolate OPNs
on OBJ
 Actions on
OBJ  DECON 5. Civilian Considerations
Consolidate  PCC/PCIs  Number of civilians working at
Facilitate
Secure
and
follow on
 ATNAA/CANA on facility
reorganize
OBJ technical person  Consequence management if
forces  DECON kits civilians are contaminated
Initial
Prep for  TSE kits  Civilians willing to guide on
hand-over
Assessment and OBJ
Reporting
U//FOUO
(U) Mission and Execution (U) Sustainment (U) Command and Signal

• Rapid isolation, deliberate • Always plan to self • ID dirty and clean CCPs • Ensure common
clearing decontaminate – • Rehearse TCCC in MOPP communication and unity
• ID hot and warm zones – dedicated DECON assets and in a contaminated of command across the
minimize movement are finite and tasked with environment entire combined arms
between zones large scale DECON • ID dirty and clean team
• Observe, Preserve, and • Identify DECON teams at evacuation routes • Establish reporting
Report findings on OBJ echelon • Stock ATNA/CANA, requirements during
• Plan to manage civilians • Identify and resource DECON kits, and CBRN planning and rehearsals
on battlefield and EPWs DECON points – similar to body bags • Intelligence / reporting
• Maneuver forces conduct CCPs • May need to swap drives commander
initial SSE to triage site • JSLIST adds 10̊̊ F to the weapons, OCIE, and decisions
• Technical enablers wet bulb index, combat equipment if contaminated
complete SSE equipment adds another – may exceed CO lift
• Prepare for counter-attack, 10̊̊ F capability
safeguard WMD and
civilians

(U) Example Task Organization (Scalable to Mission/Target) (U) Example CONOP


C2 Element DCN LEGEND:
CCP
HQ
DCN= Decontamination
S
CCP= Casualty Collection Pt.
____= CBRN Enablers
Zone 2 ____= Engineer Enablers
____= Multi-Function Team
MFT

____= EOD Team


EOD

Zones (CWMD TF):


Zone 1= Area of Interest Dirty
Zone 2= Inner Cordon OBJ CCP

Assault Support Security Zone 3= Primary Site


Rat
Lessons (CWMD TF):
EOD
C
-CBRN Defense Skills MFT

-Task Organize
-Rehearse with Enablers
-Know CBRN Indicators
-Soldiers know PIR/IR
-Use Sensors (JCAD/VDR-2) Zone 3
-Report Observations
CBT
-Sketches/Pictures
EOD
E

MFT S -Tactical Questioning


-Get Info to Higher
-Contaminated Casualty Care
R&S
-Internally Resourced Decon
-Plan for Excess Logistics Wind
-Control Access to Zone 3
MWD U//FOUO
DECON U//FOUO