Geography provides the common framework to gain and maintain a position or relative advantage through simultaneous offensive, defensive, and stability operations.
Mission command is also known as command and control (C2). Mission command is the operational process to understand, visualize, describe, and assess the operational environment while directing and leading forces.
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Commanders move and employ forces to achieve a position of relative advantage over the enemy and other threats. Geospatial information is used to make better decisions while gaining a positional advantage over the enemy.
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Gain an understanding of the enemy position, terrain, and other features such as roads cities and people. Synchronize intelligence collection requirements with the execution of tactical tasks such as reconnaissance, surveillance, and related intelligence operations.
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Provide support and services to ensure freedom of action, extend operational reach, and prolong endurance.
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