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Each fragmentary order directs units to perform specific movement operations with "be prepared to" missions that include recovery operations.
To remain flexible and best manage airpower across the Central Command theater, I provide each ACCE with a fragmentary order with commander's intent and mission type orders outlining the limits of his authorities.
Ideally, the targeting work group would produce a targeting fragmentary order that would be the driving force behind company operations.
Write the COMMEX plan and issue it in the form of a fragmentary order.
When the FSCOORD works closely with the BCT S3 to ensure all training is included on the long-range training calendar and is followed up with an operations order (OPORD) or fragmentary order (FRAGO), most personnel attend.
First, the battalion staff published a daily fragmentary order (FRAGO) that was sent to company commanders via HPW.
Once the vetting process was completed to decide whether TPE was mission essential at each level, decisions and directives were published in a USF-I fragmentary order (FRAGO).
To resolve some of those issues, the PEO C3T's leadership released its Fragmentary Order 8 in February.