Debriefing Rules - Policy - UNITAF Force Manual (FM)




Debriefing Rules
The FM outlines our core skills, policies and guides to ensure every member stands ready for the mission ahead.



Current Version (145 days ago)

Policy
FM/BP-369.V1.02 - Debriefing Rules
Policy
  1. Focus constructively on improvement, not mistakes.
  2. Speak only when addressed by the element leader.
  3. Follow the succession of command if the element leader is absent.
  4. Use debriefings solely for operational reflection, not personal issues.
    • Report policy violations privately through a dossier observation.
  5. Avoid speaking out of turn or interrupting others.
  6. Concentrate on self-reflection; avoid critiquing others.
  7. Limit debriefings to 
    • up to 10 minutes for fireteams
    • up to 20 minutes for larger elements
    • individual total debriefing time per mission should not exceed 30 minutes.
Published by Maj James on 22/01/2024 at 00:38

Previous Versions

Policy
FM/BP-369.V1.01 - Debriefing Rules
Policy
  1. Always be constructive. Don’t dwell on mistakes, focus on how improvements could be made.
  2. Only speak when you are addressed by the element leader.
  3. If the element leader is not present, succession of command should take place.
  4. Debriefings are not for personnel matters
    • If you have a policy violation to report you must do this in private via the OPCOC or ORGCOC.
  5. Do not speak, interrupt someone or make comments outside of your allotted time.
  6. Do not focus on other people or elements, a debriefing is self-reflection and is not a platform to criticise others.
  7. A debriefing should take no more than 10 minutes for a fireteam. Debriefings of larger elements may take a little more time, but should not exceed 20 minutes. No persons total debriefing liability for any mission should exceed 30 minutes.
Published by Maj James on 22/01/2024 at 00:26
Policy
FM/BP-369.V1.00 - Debriefing Rules
Policy
  1. Always be constructive. Don’t dwell on mistakes, focus on how improvements could be made.
  2. Only speak when you are addressed by the element leader.
  3. If the element leader is not present, succession of command should take place.
  4. Debriefings are not for personnel matters
    1. If you have a policy violation to report you must do this in private via the OPCOC or ORGCOC.
  5. Do not speak, interrupt someone or make comments outside of your allotted time.
  6. Do not focus on other people or elements, a debriefing is self-reflection and is not a platform to criticise others.
  7. A debriefing should take no more than 10 minutes for a fireteam. Debriefings of larger elements may take a little more time, but should not exceed 20 minutes. No persons total debriefing liability for any mission should exceed 30 minutes.
Published by Maj James on 22/01/2024 at 00:26
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