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ACADEMY OF HEALTH SCIENCES U.S.

ARMY AMEDD NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS ACADEMY 91B TECHNICAL TRAINING After Action Review (1 Period) COURSE PRESENTED TO: 6-8-C40 (91B), Basic Noncommissioned Officers Course (91B Tech Tng) PLACE: Classroom. REFERENCES: FM 25-101, Battle Focused Training. RELATED SOLDIERS MANUAL/MQS TASKS: STUDY ASSIGNMENT: None. STUDENT UNIFORM AND EQUIPMENT: TOOLS, EQUIPMENT, AND MATERIALS: PERSONNEL: One instructor 91B/91C. None. None. Uniform of the day. None. None.

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INSTRUCTIONAL AIDS: TROOP REQUIREMENTS:

RISK ASSESSMENT LEVEL:Low. SAFETY REQUIREMENTS: None. METHOD OF INSTRUCTION: I. INTRODUCTION (5 min). 1. Opening Statement: During the past few days much information has been presented and many skills have been exercised. As in any training exercise, it is important to be aware of the training that occurred and the results of that training. Lecture (1 period)

B. Objectives 1. Terminal Learning Objective

Given the basic format of an after action review, the NCO will participate in an After Action Report on the training completed IAW cited reference. II. EXPLANATION (40 min). A. Parts of an After Action Report (AAR). 1. 2. 3. Establish what happened during this training. Determine what was done right, or wrong, with what happened. Determine how the task should be done differently the next time.

LP C2005000 1197 4. Perform the task again, if necessary.

B. Considerations. 1. 2. 3. Emphasize meeting Army standards of performance. Leading questions are encouraged to enable participants to discover lessons learned from the training events. Full participation is encouraged to recall all training and to increase the sharing of lessons learned.

C. Suggested Procedure by AAR Leader. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Ask leading and thought provoking questions that focus on the training objectives. Have participants describe what happened in their own words and from their own point of view. They should also consider why the action took place. Relate all events to subsequent results. Explore alternative courses of action that might have been more effective. Avoid detailed examination of events not directly related to major training objectives unless the leader sees a need to do so.

D. Topics for review. 1. 2. Special problems unique to each student. Overall performance of the class.

III. SUMMARY (5 min). A. Review of Main Points. 1. Parts of an AAR. 2. 3. 4. 2. Considerations. Suggested procedure by AAR leader. Topics for review. Closing Statement: This AAR has enabled us to review what has been accomplished during this period of instruction and practical exercise. Hopefully you will feel prepared for assignments in which this information and skills will be required.