"67-9-1 OER Support Form, Performance Objectives"
67-9-1 OER Support Form, Performance Objectives XXXXXXXXXX. CPT CDR, D Company, XXXXXXXX 20050728-20070727 (on 67-9-1) 1. Overarching Objectives. Lead from the front, form the company into a family, ensure the platoons are equipped and physically and mentally prepared to destroy the enemy. 2. Command. Establish the standard through all my actions. Work hard, enjoy a good laugh, and don't take anything too seriously. Don't throw punches: if it's messed up, say it - but at the same time be quick to inspire and compliment a job well done. a. Give task, purpose, grid, and time to all patrols leaving the FOB. Establish PIRs so that no one gets the idea that we drive around to drive around. Double check the Platoon Leader's work through backbriefs and ride alongs. b. Don't rest on our laurels. Continue to keep the enemy guessing and, if they are still in the area, make him not want to target D Co. c. Establish a command climate based on a meritocracy. If you are competent, disciplined, and trustworthy then you will receive your chain of command's full confidence. If not, then you are held in strict scrutiny. d. Mentorship. Because of the UA, I am the only example the PLs have of what right looks like. Teach the LTs like a senior LT but enforce the standards in everything. Develop deserving Soldiers and NCOs. 3. Operations and Intelligence. Don't pass up an opportunity to kill the enemy and go out on every patrol with that intention. a. Every patrol is part of the bigger picture. NO PRESENCE PATROLS. No wasted energy. b. Synchronize efforts and resources. No fair fights. c. Partner with local national units to increase the effectiveness of our patrols. Use all available assets to gain better situational awareness and intelligence. Intel drives all operations higher than platoon. d. Create an area of operations where the ISF can take over upon our departure. …………………………………………...continuation below…………………………………………….. 4. Training. Train like we fight. a. Use all available time, deployed or not, to train. b. Make sure everyone, from rifleman to company commander to TOC radio guy, knows what their job is. c. Establish experts in the marksmanship of all weapons systems, medical skills, mounted and dismounted battle drills, and physical fitness. 5. Personnel and Administration. Ensure the requirements from higher and the Soldiers’ needs are met. a. Promotions, awards, and any other personnel actions are completed promptly. b. We always take care of our casualties and their families. c. Establish the Company FRG as primarily an information dissemination mechanism. It is not a click or a rumor mill. d. Teach my LTs what it means to be an officer in the United States Army. Instill a sense of pride in our unit and the institution of the Army. 6. Logistics. Ensure the platoons have what they need to destroy the enemy. a. 100% accountability of all men, weapons, and equipment at all times. b. Force the logisticians to do their jobs. 7. Personal and Professional. a. Develop myself physically, mentally, and spiritually. Take care of Michelle. b. Prep myself for future operations and responsibility. c. Read professionally worthwhile literature. d. Don’t take things too seriously. Enjoy the company of my brothers in the company.