In Field Manual 7-0, Training for Full Spectrum Operations, General Martin E.
What does FSO stand for?
FSO stands for Full Spectrum Operations
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- Free Standing Option (new vehicle option that is not sold as part of a package)
- Freinage du Sud-Ouest (French: Braking Southwest)
- Freshman Scholarship Options
- Friday Shout Out
- Fuel Service Option (automobile rental)
- Fuel Supply Office
- Full Sail University Online (Winter Park, FL)
- Full Scale Output
- Full Service Office
- Fund for Special Operations
- Funeral Service Operative (undertaker)
- Fédération Suisse des Ostéopathes Assistants (French: Swiss Federation of Osteopaths Assistants; Switzerland)
- Fisher School of Accounting (Warrington College of Business, University of Florida)
- Football Safety Officers Association (UK)
- Foreign Service Oral Assessment (next step after FSWE)
- Forum Social Ouest Africain (French: West African Social Forum)
- Foundations of Service-Oriented Architecture
- Future Stars of America (Albuquerque, NM)
- Fisher School of Accounting Council (University of Florida)
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Full Spectrum Operations Command and Control In discussing fleet tactics, Navy CAPT Wayne Hughes notes, "Doctrine isn't what is written in the books; it is what warriors believe in and act on.
Lots of moving pieces must be synchronized when jumping a BSA, and we hope that anyone who has read this article has good fortune with their own full spectrum operations rotation at any of the combat training centers.
As most of you know, the components of full spectrum operations are offensive, defensive, stability, and civil support operations, and the operational themes are major combat operations, irregular warfare, peace operations, limited intervention, and peacetime engagement.
The Army has identified training requirements and locations where deploying forces will train for ongoing operations, but it has not determined where or when it will train its reserve-component contingency forces for full spectrum operations.
Hawkins, Training Balance: Full Spectrum Operations for 21st Century Challenges (monograph, US Army Command and General Staff College, School of Advanced Military Studies, 2008), 37.
The organizational capacity of a brigade combat team focused on Security Force Assistance allows for greater synchronization and coordination of assistance and advisory tasks balanced against the fundamental need to maintain critical full spectrum operations capability.
FM 7-0, Training for Full Spectrum Operations, incorporates lessons learned from recent operations and embeds concepts found in the Army's newest doctrinal publications into training.