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The engineer battalion will occasionally publish a tasking within the fragmentary order requesting support from the FSC, but those are mostly for high-visibility support requirements involving multiple sections.
The enhancement to realtime information sharing is particularly crucial when obtaining intelligence during fragmentary order development, where each passing minute can dramatically alter the entire intelligence picture.
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.
While it was deployed in Iraq, the 4th Sustainment Brigade operations team tracked and provided technical oversight of the staff work for over 4,500 fragmentary orders (FRAGOs) issued by the brigade, the 3d Corps Support Command, Multi-National Corps-Iraq, and Multi-National Division-Baghdad.
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.
Each fragmentary order directs units to perform specific movement operations with "be prepared to" missions that include recovery operations.
Write the COMMEX plan and issue it in the form of a fragmentary order.