scheme of maneuver


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scheme of maneuver

[′skēm əv mə′nü·vər]
(ordnance)
The tactical plan to be executed by a force in order to seize assigned objectives.
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Specifically, the CFACC should shorten ISR-request timelines, change the tasking process, synchronize ISR collection with the ground scheme of maneuver, and codify the changes so that the AOC can employ ISR across the range of military operations.
Ensuring that our coalition partners have visibility of the commander's intentions, maritime tasking, scheme of maneuver and conditions within the operational environment is crucial to the success of our coalition.
2] architecture, to integrate effectively within an agile, fast-moving, nonlinear, joint force scheme of maneuver.
Under risk of a meeting engagement in the mountainous terrain and afflictions caused by severe weather, the Franklinites maneuvered to within a mile of Flint Creek and quickly concocted a simple scheme of maneuver that was rapidly executed without pause.
Knowing the ground scheme of maneuver is critical to executing the ground commander's intent, and the Air Force consistently made this an afterthought.
The creation of templates, which is dependent on the commander's scheme of maneuver, involves overlaying probable enemy CBRN courses of action, wargaming the results, and determining which indicators can be used to detect an event before that event is fully developed.
CLFNC is fully prepared to support an expanded scheme of maneuver throughout the NAVCENT region for the foreseeable future.
Through this apparent contradiction--an indirect (although aggressive) ground scheme of maneuver, coupled with a direct air attack--Clausewitz appears to explain the joint Iraqi Freedom campaign more fully than Liddell Hart.
The representatives identified the personnel and equipment needed to successfully execute the ROM and possible shortages using mission requirements based on the commander's scheme of maneuver nested in the division commander's intent.
Some examples usually included in the friendly scheme of maneuver, but overlooked from the red perspective, are the execution synch matrix (time phase lines), phases of an operation, and decision points with criteria/conditions.
Following its evacuation from North Korea and a brief retraining period in early 1951, the 65th played a key role in Eighth Army commander GEN Matthew Ridgway's scheme of maneuver to recapture Seoul and push the CCF north of the 38th parallel.