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Tactical Decision Making

Tactical Decision Making

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MCI 8104
MARINE CORPS INSTITUTE
STAFF NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERSCAREER DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAM
TACTICAL DECISION MAKING
 
MARINE BARRACKSWASHINGTON, DC
 
MCI Course 8104
i
Course Introduction
TACTICAL DECISION MAKING (8104)Course Introduction
Scope
As a staff non-commissioned officer (SNCO), it is necessary for you tomaster the concepts for making and implementing decisions. To accomplishthis goal, the SNCO must understand how decision-making interfaces withother warfighting and command processes like
Command and Control Systems
Situational Awareness
Marine Corps Planning Process
Mentoring and TrainingThe content reflects the warfighting and decision-making demands that aSNCO will use to enhance the operational and leadership performance.
References
The following references were used in the writing of this course:
Designing TDGs and The Staff Ride Handbook. Marine CorpsUniversity, Marine Corps Combat and Development Command, Quantico,Virginia. 26 April 1996.
Designing TDGS/STEX: A Tactical Decision Games Workbook.
MCDP 1,
Warfighting
.
MCDP 1-3,
Tactics
.
MCDP 5,
Planning
.
MCDP 6,
Command and Control
.
MCO 1510.89B,
 Infantry Training and Readiness Manual
.
MCO 1500.55,
 Military Thinking and Decision Making Exercises
.
MCWP 1-0,
 Marine Corps Operations
.
MCWP 50-1,
 Marine Corps Planning Process
.
Murray, Col Charles H., USAF, Ed. “Executive Decision Making.” U.S.Naval War College, Newport, R.I. 1 Feb 2002.
Schmitt, John F. “How We Decide.” Marine Corps University, MarineCorps Combat and Development Command, Quantico, Virginia. 26 April1996.
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MCI Course 8104
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Course Introduction
Course Introduction,
Continued
Table of Contents
The following is the table of contents for this course.
Chapter Title Page
1 Decision-Making Processes 1-12 Decision Making for Command and Control 2-13 Situational Decisions for Warfighting 3-14 Warfighting and Planning for OperationalDecisioning4-15 Developing Decision Makers 5-16 Decision-Making Applications 6-1Appendix A A-1Review Lesson Examination R-1
EstimatedStudy Time
You will spend about 12 hours and 30 minutes completing this course. Thisincludes the time you will need to study the text, complete the exercises, andtake the final examination.
ReserveRetirementCredits
You earn four retirement credits for completing this course. You earn reserveretirement credits at the rate of one credit for each 3 hours of estimated studytime.Note: Reserve retirement credits are not awarded for the MCI study you doduring drill period if awarded credits for drill attendance.
Summary
The table below summarizes all-important “gateways” needed to successfullycomplete this course.
Step When you Then you will For moreinformation
1 Enroll in the program Receive yourprogram materialRefer to the ProgramIntroduction2 Complete the self-paced textArrange to take thefinal examinationRefer to the ProgramIntroduction3 Pass the finalexaminationReceive a coursecompletioncertificateRefer to the ProgramIntroduction

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