b. The EWTLs developed at the Brigade level are consolidated by the
division EWO on a similar worksheet. Missions planned at the division level
are added, and all missions are prioritized relative to each other.
division EWTL includes all those missions identified by the brigades, as well
as the preplanned targets identified at the division level. This consolidation
of missions into one list allows the EWO at division to ensure that the
brigades' preplanned EW missions are consistent with the overall strategy. The
list also permits the EWO to prioritize all missions. A format for a division
composite EWTL is shown in Figure 1-11.
Division Composite EWTL.
c. The division composite list serves as the basis for mission tasking to
the Division's MI Battalion and for requests to Corps for EW support Mission
tasking is described in Chapter 6, FM 34-40.
The exchange of EWTLs between
major units within the corps facilitates the coordination of EW operations
throughout the command, prevents conflicts in EW priorities and tasks, and
safeguards friendly command, control, communications and intelligence (C3I)
capabilities from being inadvertently disrupted by friendly jamming operations.
d. Target lists detail preplanned EW targets and categories for EW targets
of opportunity, On-call EW targets are identified separately during an
operation using the same format, but are not consolidated at Division or Corps.