I will pay for the following article Course of Action Statement and Sketch. The work is to be 4 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.

I will pay for the following article Course of Action Statement and Sketch. The work is to be 4 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. In accordance with Field Manual (FM) 3-21-31 (2003), “Decisive operations at any echelon (accomplished by a designated main effort) directly achieve the purpose of the mission of the higher headquarters. &nbsp.At the SBCT level, there is only one decisive operation”. &nbsp.By that definition, once the attack by Ahurastan forces occurs, EUCOM will automatically switch to Phase 2, which is Seize the Initiative. &nbsp.With 4ID aviation assets disrupting enemy forces, it is hoped that the SBCT will be able to accomplish its main decisive operation as established by the 4ID CG, to designate two routes through AO for passage and to close said routes on/order. &nbsp.These routes have been designated on the map as the primary and alternate route. &nbsp.AA1 has been preliminary chosen as the primary route because of the dam adjacent to AA2. &nbsp.If the Commandos choose to sabotage the dam, road traffic would be cut off, especially considering there is no improved bridge on AA2. Because the 4ID battle plans are not finalized as of this date, it is impossible to determine whether the division CG will require simultaneous shaping and decisive operations. &nbsp.Therefore this COS will assume they will be separate entities. &nbsp. In order to maintain the Decisive Operations as described above, SBCT fires teams will be established at integral areas along both designated routes, as well attempting to neutralize all enemy assets in the AO. &nbsp.Engineer assets should be mobilized closer to AA2 with a fires team.