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CBRN BWOC 1-21 Final Test
Final Test - CWMD/MCPP/Threat Vulnerability/R&S/Contamination Mitigation
Terms in this set (20)
(w/o aid) List tenets of Marine Corps Planning Process (MCPP)
1. Top-Down Planning
2. Single-Battle Concept
3. Integrated Planning
Planning process that begins at the highest level in the organization and continues downward
Operations or events in one part of the battle space often have profound and consequent effects on other areas and events; therefore, a commander must always view the battle space as an indivisible entity
Conducted to coordinate action toward a common purpose by all elements of the force
(w/o aid) List 3 steps of COA Wargaming process
Wargaming evolves around one or more turns with each including an ACTION, REACTION, and COUNTERACTION. Throughout this process staff should: remain unbiased, evaluate COAs independently, and identify possible branches or sequels.
(w/o aid) List purpose of the Transition Brief
Ensures those who execute the order understand the commander's intent, the CONOPS, and any planning tool.
(w/o aid) List the level of command which Mission Transition takes place
At higher levels of command transition briefs may be more formal but will occur at all levels of command.
(w/o aid) Describe CBRN vulnerability assessment process
Essential to force protection planning. CBRN vulnerability assessment will:
* Indicate what the vulnerabilities are.
* Determine likelihood that CBRN threats or hazards will exploit given a vulnerability based on knowledge, technologies, resources, and payoff.
* Predict the potential impact to the AO if the vulnerability is exploited.
1. Threat assessment
2. Vulnerability analysis
3. Vulnerability reduction
(w/o aid) Describe CBRN identification levels
* Field confirmatory
* Theater validation
Employment of technologies with limited specificity and sensitivity by general-purpose forces in a field environment to determine the presence of CBRN hazard with a low level of confidence and degree of certainty necessary to support immediate tactical decisions.
Field confirmatory identification
* Employment of technologies with increased specificity and sensitivity by technical forces in a field environment to identify CBRN hazards with a moderate level of confidence and the degree of certainty necessary to support follow-on tactical decisions.
* Identification is obtained using fielded devices/materials/technologies that are available to specially trained personnel and units in a field environment
Theater validation identification
Employment of multiple independent, established protocols and technologies by scientific experts in the controlled environment of a fixed or mobile/transportable laboratory to characterize a CBRN hazard with a high level of confidence and the degree of certainty necessary to support operational level decisions.
(W/O aid) Classify CBRN equipment to correct CBRN identification level.
* M8 paper
* M9 tape
* M256 Kit
* AN/PDR-77 (GP Forces)
* AN/PDR-77 (Technical Forces)
* GCMS (Scientific Experts)
(w/o aid) Define reconnaissance
A mission undertaken to obtain, by visual observation or other detection methods, information about the activities and resources of an adversary to secure data concerning the meteorological, hydrographic, or geographic characteristics of a particular area.
(w/o aid) Define surveillance
Systematic observation of aerospace, surface, or subsurface areas, places, persons, or things, by visual, aural, electronic, photographic, or other means.
(w/o aid) Define Intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR)
An activity that synchronizes, integrates, and processes information from sensors and assets for exploitation and information dissemination in direct support of current and future operations.
(w/o aid) Define Commanders Critical Information Requirements (CCIR)
An information requirement identified by the commander as being critical to facilitating timely decision making. Information that is collected from multiple sources and analyzed becomes intelligence that provides answers to CCIRs concerning the adversary, climate, weather, terrain, and population. Developing this is the function of ISR.
(w/o aid) Define CBRN intelligence Requirements (IR)
Essential elements of intelligence that will fill a gap in the commander's knowledge or understanding of the CBRN operational environment or threat forces. CBRN IRs are items of CBRN information regarding the adversary and other relevant aspects of the CBRN operational environment that need to be collected and processed to meet the CBRN IRs of a commander.
(w/o Aid) Define CBRN priority intelligence requirements (PIR)
CBRN intelligence requirement, stated as a priority for intelligence support that the commander and staff need to understand the adversary or the CBRN operational environment. CBRN PIRs are associated with a decision based on an adversary action or inaction or the operational area that will affect the overall success of the mission. The staff selects these during mission analysis as part of the process for identifying the CBRN CCIR.
(w/o aid) Define CBRN indicators and specific information requirements (SIR)
Used to develop the ISR plan and answer CBRN IRs. They—
* Fill a gap in knowledge and understanding of the operational area or the threat.
* Support the development of situational understanding and answer gaps in the COP.
* Provide additional details required for analysis.
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