Snc's Case Study

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SNC’s expectation of the enemy’s actions on contact did not follow the DRAW-D format. SNC did not brief a friendly situation at all. SNC read his mission statement only one time. SNC’s tasks consisted only of assigning fire teams as the main effort or supporting efforts. SNC did not brief the location of key personnel. Upon enemy contact SNC did not give an ADDRAC report and instead directed his squad to “rush to the objective”, referring to the defensive trench and not the enemy position. SNC left his two casualties in the open area without security or aid. SNC was extremely slow to assault the enemy sniper and attempted to continuously suppress the enemy from the defensive trench; SNC eventually took one fire team to assault the enemy after

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