Control

1. Is the regulation of forces and warfighting functions to accomplish the mission in accordance with the commander’s intent. (PAM 3-00) 2. A mechanism or system used to regulate or guide the operation of a machine or organization. (PAM 3-03) 3. The authority exercised by a commander over part of his organization or part of another organization.(PAM 3-05) 4. Is the promulgation of the commander’s decisions, guidance, and intent with subsequent supervision and adjustment of subordinate forces’ execution to ensure compliance with the commander’s intent. Control may take place before, during, and after operations. Control may be exercised directly or indirectly by directive, plan, or procedure. Information and time are critical to control. (PAM 3-07)


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