Candidate Lippmann Case Summary

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Candidate Lippmann had a thorough, yet succinct, brief, but omitted the Command and Signal part of the 5-paragraph order. Candidate Lippmann established an initial plan by outlining and then delegated specific tasks for his fire team prior to the point of execution, to include giving any security direction. Experiencing several setbacks, Candidate Lippmann was able to quickly make modifications to the initial plan in a timely manner. Through issuing clear commands, his team was able to adapt and function together as a single small unit. Candidate Lippmann was calm during the execution of the problem. Candidate Lippmann was clearly in-charge of the situation and the team remained engaged toward mission accomplishment, despite setbacks experienced.

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