command practice

command practice

The performance by a co-pilot of the duties and functions of a pilot-in-command during a flight under the supervision of a pilot-in-command designated for the purpose by the operator.
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The agility inherent in mission command practice was seen as an advantage over those opponents, adversaries for whom extensive variation from plans was antithetical.
These procedures could be validated in operational experiments that would serve to translate C2 Agility theory into Mission Command practice.
An aggressive soldier, he typified British command practices in World War I, although his successes cost more casualties than those of more thorough planners such as Plumer or Allenby; his relief after the defeat of his army by the first Ludendorff offensive was not warranted; Gough probably did as good a job as anyone could have, considering the inadequate forces available to him.