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Battle Focused Training: Question #
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Question:
What type of training excites and motivates soldiers and leaders?
 
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Questions in this topic: Battle Focused Training

1 .
What is the number one principle of peacetime training?
2 .
Primarily, there are three methods used to present training. What are they?
3 .
What does effective training require?
4 .
What is the Army training standard?
5 .
When does the greatest combat power result?
6 .
Once soldiers and units have trained to the standard, how do they maintain proficiency?
7 .
Which FM covers Battle Focused Training?
8 .
How do commanders determine their units' METLs?
9 .
What do leaders use to assess soldier, leader, and unit proficiency?
10 .
How should units train during peacetime?
11 .
The evaluation of collective training is critical to assessing what?
12 .
What is a Battle Roster?
13 .
What is a TEWT and where is it conducted?
14 .
What must soldiers, leaders, and units be proficient in to perform their missions under battlefield conditions?
15 .
What is the FCX (Fire Coordination Exercise)?
16 .
Where may the CPX (Command Post Exercise) be conducted?
17 .
Should all maintenance be on the unit's training schedule?
18 .
What are the ten principles of training?
19 .
What are STXs (Situational Training Exercise)?
20 .
What drives the M.E.T.L. development process?
21 .
What is the AAR?
22 .
Where does the CFX (Command Field Exercise) lay?
23 .
What is the next step for the battalion commander once the METL is developed?
24 .
What is a battle drill?
25 .
Who do AC commanders brief the QTB to?
26 .
What is the LCX (Logistical Coordination Exercise)?
27 .
How can commanders insure that training is effective?
28 .
What may NCOs use is assessing squad, crew, and soldier proficiency?
29 .
What does battle focus drive?
30 .
What two things does sustainment training do?
31 .
When are FTXs (Field Training Exercise) conducted?
32 .
For noncommissioned officers, who are the key players in the reception and integration phase?
33 .
The CSM and key NCOs review and refine the supporting tasks for two things in each unit. Name those two things.
34 .
What type of training excites and motivates soldiers and leaders?
35 .
What does the combat training center program provide?
36 .
Why is it particularly important to train and monitor low-density MOS soldiers?
37 .
The unit leader development program consists of what three phases?
38 .
Training schedules are developed at what level and approved by whom?
39 .
Name the four elements of TADSS.
40 .
What does near-term planning define?
41 .
What four skills does challenging training build?
42 .
What begins the training planning process?
43 .
What does the basic skills development phase ensure?
44 .
What are training aids?
45 .
In the military structure, what is the lowest level that has battle tasks?
46 .
What does the company commander do after he develops the METL?
47 .
What do principles of training provide?
48 .
What does the advanced development and sustainment phase involve?
49 .
What is multi-echelon training?
50 .
At battalion level, how does long-range planning start?
51 .
What unit is the lowest level to have a METL?
52 .
What is a low density MOS?
53 .
What is long-range planning based on?
54 .
Give some examples of training aids.
55 .
Why must the entire METL development process be understood by NCOs?
56 .
What do leaders list in the leader book?
57 .
Are training meetings negotiable at battalion and company level?
58 .
What is a crew drill?
59 .
A leader may use information in the leader book to provide what?
60 .
What is risk assessment?

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