Introduction to the UNITAF Force Manual (FM) - UNITAF Force Manual (FM)


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Introduction to the UNITAF Force Manual (FM)
The FM outlines our core skills, policies and guides to ensure every member stands ready for the mission ahead.



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FM/BG-67 - Purpose and Scope
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The UNITAF Force Manual (FM) serves as a comprehensive guide, detailing the standard operating procedures, strategies, and foundational principles governing UNITAF operations. Designed for both novice and experienced members, the FM encompasses the breadth and depth of UNITAF's operational philosophy.

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FM/BG-69 - Chapters and Subchapters
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The overarching organisational segments of the FM, these help in broadly categorizing the content, making navigation simpler.

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FM/BG-70 - Groups
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Nested within Chapters (or Subchapters where applicable), these are collections of contextually connected content. Each group houses a series of blocks that align with the group's thematic focus. Groups are assigned a reference such as: FM/GXX

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FM/BG-71 - Guide Blocks
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Guides within the FM present best practices that offer valuable insights and suggestions for members. While they're less stringent than policies and are not enforced or evaluated they can provide context or play a crucial role in providing direction and recommended methods of operation, ensuring UNITAF's continued effectiveness and adaptability.

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FM/BG-72 - Policy Blocks
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Policies are immutable rules and regulations integral to the FM. They firmly shape UNITAF's actions, behaviours, and overall operational ethos. As the bedrock of UNITAF's standards, they establish the organisations non-negotiable boundaries and are enforced by the units command.

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FM/BG-73 - Skill Blocks
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Skills provide detailed breakdowns of an essential competency. They are designed to equip UNITAF members for diverse roles and challenges. Each skill outlined in the FM is actionable and evaluable, unlike policies they are designed for peer-to-peer (P2P) evaluation to ensure continuous skill development and feedback. While skill blocks can feature in multiple groups based on their relevance, it's important to note that each group is tied to a singular chapter to maintain the FM's structured organization.

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FM/BG-198 - Skill Blocks and Tier Progression
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Skills required for Tier progression are linked to specific combat areas as outlined in the Force Manual. Each skill is assigned an entry Tier Level at which it first becomes applicable within a given combat area. As members ascend through Tiers, the proficiency required for these skills increases from their initial Tier of applicability.

A skill may be relevant to several combat areas each with its own starting Tier level. Consequently, the same skill could demand different proficiency levels at each tier, varying by the combat area in which it is applied.

  • The maximum entry tier for a Skill Block is Tier V+
 Entry Tier of Skill Applicability
Combat Area TierTier I+Tier II+Tier III+Tier IV+Tier V+
Tier IDeveloping    
Tier IICapableDeveloping   
Tier IIIProficientCapableDeveloping  
Tier IV-ProficientCapableDeveloping 
Tier V--ProficientCapableDeveloping
Tier VI---ProficientCapable
Tier VII----Proficient

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