Flashcards in Fun 108-USA Org For Combat Deck (2)
SOB: Identify the characteristics of the standard echelons of Army tactical organizations
Corps: A corps normally command and controls from 2-5 divisions and may be organized with divisions of any type and combination the theater and the mission require.
The corps possesses the organic capability to synchronize these activities across all of the battlefield functional areas. Primary HQ for joint ops…
Divisions are the primary war fighting tactical HQ and standard combined arms organizations that commanders may tailor according to mission, enemy, troops, time available, terrain and civil considerations (METT-TC) conditions (3+ BDEs)
Brigade Combat Teams (BCT): The army is transitioning to a brigade based force to improve its ability to conduct combined arms operations. BCTs are the Army’s primary tactical organizations. (3-5K Soldiers)
Modular Support Brigades: Five types of modular support brigades complement the BCTs: battlefield surveillance brigade, fires brigade, Combat Aviation Brigade (CAB), maneuver enhancement brigade, and sustainment brigade. These brigades provide multifunctional capabilities to deployed forces