FSO CiC Training

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Friday Night Squad Operations rely on the squads heavily to make the event possible. One key responsibility of the squads participating in the FSO event is to provide CiC for a frame. The CiC receives the objectives from the Admin CM and then prepares his or her side's orders for the week. What follows is a compilation of thoughts, procedures, overview of the CiC.

Note: this is definitely a work in progress at this point and Stoney is the main contributer to date.


Broad Outline that will get more detailed as I go:

I. Introduction

   1.  FSO Overview
   2.  FSO Rules
   3.  Weekly Objectives
   4.  CIC Planning Checklist (May put this at the end)

II. Operational Fundamentals

   1.  Terminology
   2.  Air Operations
        A.  Offensive Fundamentals
        B.  Defensive Fundamentals
        C.  Airspace
   3.  Ground Operations
        A.  Offensive Fundamentals
        B.  Defensive Fundamentals
        C.  Combined Arms
      

III. Orders Development

   1.  Planning Concepts
   2.  Planning Process (this one will be more detailed as it progresses)
   3.  Orders Format
   4.  Operational Graphics
   5.  Orders Dissemination

IV. Tactical Considerations

   1.  Time
   2.  Fuel
   3.  Ordnance
   4.  Aircraft Performance
   5.  Mission Task Organization
   6.  Squad Size
   7.  Example Missions
        A.  Anti-Shipping, Dive Bombers  (Listed as an example of what will go in this category, not to be included in outline yet)
        B.  Anti-Shipping, Level Bombers
        C.  Anti-Shipping, Attack Fighters
        D.  Anti-Shipping, Composite Attack
        

V. Summary