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[...] its planning considerations understand the importance of time phasing in this process. [...] when Tactics discusses how to design measures of effectiveness/performance for your COIN effort, its examples include questions like "How many people registered to vote at the school this week" instead of only combat-related queries like "How many rounds were expended on patrol?" Tactics adapts many of the precepts of FM 3-24 and other doctrine manuals, and introduces a few new ones. To enable the commander to "visualize, describe and direct operations when positional references to an adversary have little reference, such as [during] an insurgency," the third chapter introduces seven lines of effort: (1) Establish civil security; (2) Support host-nation security forces; (3) Support governance; (4) Establish civil control; (5) Restore essential services; (6) Support economic and infrastructure development; and (7) Conduct information engagement.
FM 3-24.2: THE MOST IMPORTANT ITEM IN A COIN LEADER'S KIT BAG Mark W Suich; Douglas N Campbell Infantry; Jan-Apr 2010; 99, 1; Docstoc pg. 5 Rep
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