USMC - BAMCIS
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What does the acronym BAMCIS used for?
BAMCIS is used to guide the leader through the 6 troop leading steps.
What does the acronym BAMCIS stand for?
B-begin planning, A-arrange for reconnaissance and coordination, M-make the reconnaissance, C-complete the plan, I-issue the order, S-supervise
Explain the "B" in BAMCIS.
(B)egin planning - A leader should begin planning as soon as he is assigned a mission to accomplish.
Explain the "A" in BAMCIS.
(A)rragne for reconnaissance and coordination. Reconnaissance is an investigation of a route or a specific area. This can either be done physically on the ground to be investigated or visually from a map.
Explain the "M" in BAMCIS.
(M)ake the reconnaissance. The next step is to make the reconnaissance. In some cases the leader may be unable to make a physical reconnaissance because of time constraints or to ensure surprise.
Explain the "C" in BAMCIS.
(C)omplete the plan. After completing the reconnaissance, the leader reviews the preliminary plan and decides on a course of action. The plan should be simple and should not endanger Marines or equipment any more than what is necessary to accomplish the mission.
Explain the "I" in BAMCIS.
(I)ssue the order. Before issuing the order, the leader should orient subordinates from a vantage point. If this is not possible, they should be oriented using maps, sketches, aerial photos or terrain models.
Explain the "S" in BAMCIS.
(S)upervise. Supervise is the most important troop leading step. During this step the leader ensures the order is carried out as intended.
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