Quiz Lesson 6: Mission Support
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We refer to mission support whenever a military unit provides support to a civilian component of the mission or to any international civilian agency.CorrectIncorrect
Match the correct stages of Mission Support:
- For joint action there needs to be agreement on identification of the problem, different interests, priorities and entry points to a goal
- it is necessary to clarify the respective roles of the partners beforehand. For instance, in the case of an armed escort for a convoy, discuss beforehand and agree how the convoy will respond to different eventualities, e.g. attack, breakdown of vehicles, or roadblocks
- At battalion HQ level and higher, it is likely that the CIMIC Officers themselves will play an important role in operational coordination to ensure smooth coordination during the operation.
- It is important that joint actions be concluded with some form of After Action Review to make an assessment of whether the common objectives were achieved, identify problem areas that need to be improved on in future, and identify best practices and lessons learned so that they can be captured and shared with others that may undertake similar joint actions in future.
Identifying the Common Objective
Why is it important to involve non-military staff members in the Mission Support tactical planning and evaluation process.CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following is incorrect on the Types of Mission Support?CorrectIncorrect