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Step 1. Receipt of Mission.
Step 2. Mission Analysis.
Step 3. COA Development.
Step 4. COA Analysis.
Step 5. COA Comparison.
Step 6. COA Approval.
Step 7. Orders Production.
(page 4-2, Figure 4-1)
Environmental-specific planning focuses on providing units with the additional
environmental-related resources and information necessary to accomplish their missions.
(page 4-6, paragraph 4-2)
An EBS serves as a tool to assist in determining whether a parcel of land is acceptable for
(page 4-8, paragraph 4-2b(5)).
Tactical risk is concerned with hazards that exist because of the presence of either the
enemy or an adversary, thus involving the considerations of force protection. For
example, during the Gulf War, the enemy's demolition of oil fields created a significant
health and environmental hazard to the surrounding countryside and to those units
maneuvering through the area.
(page 4-9, paragraph 4-3a(1))
The five-step process. The following steps identify specific environmental
considerations that the commander and staff must consider:
Step 1. Identify environmental hazards.
Step 2. Assess environmental hazards to determine the risk.
Step 3. Develop controls and make risk decisions.
Step 4. Implement the controls.
Step 5. Supervise and evaluate.
(page 4-11, paragraph 4-3e)