Review of Battle Staff Training Research at Brigade and Battalion Levels
U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, 1998
"This report provides a foundation for future research and development on battle staff training by providing examples of structured training programs for the battle staff. Critical deficiencies in battle staff training were highlighted for both individual and collective skills. Reviews were performed for: (1) military articles on how to improve battle staff performance, centering on use of simulations in a structured training program, and (2) research and development programs to improve battle staff training. Also, possible future directions for battle staff training were discussed."--Stinet.
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actions activities Adaptability Alexandria areas Army Research Institute assessment audience authors battalion battle staff battle staff training battlefield Behavioral and Social brigade brigade staff Cannon-Bowers Center COBRAS collective combat commander communication competencies conduct coordination course critical cross-trained decision defense demonstrated designed developed dimensions discussed effective efforts example execution exercise feedback Fire Support Force functions future given higher identified improved included individual instruction integration intelligence involved learned materials measures mental models messages military mission needed Number objectives observers Officer operations organization performance personnel Plan position practice preparation problems processes ratings reasoning received recommended Report Salas showed simulation situation skills Social Sciences specific staff members staff sections staff training studies suggested synchronization Table tactical task force tasks TDM teams team members team processes teamwork techniques thinking Training Program U.S. Army Research units