An analysis of the impact of modern collaborative technology on battle rhythm at the tactical level
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The U.S. Marine Corps MAGTF Staff Planning Program (MSTP) defines battle rhythm as the “process where the commander and his staff synchronize the daily operating tempo within the planning, decision, execution and assessment (PDE&A) cycle to allow the commander to make timely decisions Some of the planning and operating cycles that influence the battle rhythm of the command include intelligence collection, targeting, air tasking order (ATO), reconnaissance tasking, and the bomb battle damage assessment collection cycles. This battle rhythm is the commander’s battle rhythm. It is his “plan of the day.””
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