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                  3  Battalion battle task - After approving the company commander’s METL, the battalion commander selects those tasks critical to the success of the battalion METL.  These become the battalion battle tasks.


                  4  Crew tasks - Collective actions that a crew must perform to employ the aircraft properly.

                  5  Individual tasks - Individual crew members must coordinate their actions with those of the other crew members to accomplish each task safely.

                 TOOLS                PROCESS            TARGET       

               FM 25-100/MTP -------  BATTLE FOCUS ----- Bde/Bn/Co

               FM 25-101 -----------  METL ------------- Bde/Bn/Co

               FM 25-101 -----------  BATTLE TASKS ----- From Bde/Bn

               Battle Drills Book --- BATTLE DRILLS ---- Co/Plt

               ATM/CTL -------------- CREW TASKS ------- Aircrew

               ATM/CTL -------------- INDIVIDUAL TASKS - Crew Member

        (7)  Battle Rostering - Designation of two or more individuals to routinely perform as a crew.  Commanders may battle roster crews at their discretion.  Such areas as target engagement may benefit.  Rostering is most beneficial when used for short periods such as training exercises, and ARTEP’s.  Consideration to individual’s personality, maturity, aviation flight and mission experience is highly suggested. Maximize use of simulator devices and ASET trainers for crew training.

C:  Learning Step/Activity - Provide instruction on the main elements of risk management.  

    a.  Risk Management -  Commanders are responsible for effective risk assessment when establishing a unit training program.  They must balance training demands against risk.  Commanders must prevent unnecessary loss of soldiers and equipment by using the following risk-management concepts.  Good leaders insure that risk assessment works.

        (1)  Identify Hazards - Major events of the operational sequence listed chronologically.  This helps detect specific hazards associated with tasks.

        (2)  Assess Risks - Determine the magnitude of risk associated with each hazard.  Assign a risk value to a risk matrix for each major operational aspect of the operation.  Consideration should also be made in assessing the factors of Mission, Enemy, Terrain, Troops, Time (METT-T).

        (3)  Make Decisions and Develop Controls - Make risk acceptance decisions by balancing the benefit of taking the risk against the risk assessments, then eliminate unnecessary risks.  Apply a control measure that may range from hazard awareness to detailed operational procedures.   

        (4)  Implement Controls - Integrate specific controls into plans, Operations Orders (OPORDs), Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), training performance standards and

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