Battle Command

1. The art and science of understanding, visualizing, describing, directing, leading, and assessing forces to impose the commander’s will on a hostile, thinking, and adaptive enemy. (PAM 3-00) 2. The command and control structure of a given force or unit. (PAM 3-05) 3. The art of battle decision making and leading. It includes controlling operations and motivating soldiers and organizations into action to accomplish mission. Battle command includes visualizing the current states and future state, then formulating concepts of operations to get from one to the other at least cost. (PAM 8-03)


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