Pre-execution checks are the informal planning and coordination
conducted prior to training execution. They are developed to systematically
prepare soldiers, trainers, and resources to ensure training execution
These checks are developed and responsibility for them
fixed during the short-range planning phase.
They become increasingly
detailed during the near-term phase.
Pre-execution checks provide the
an example of a Pre-execution checklist.
o What were the lessons learned from the last time the training was
conducted? Are they integrated?
o Has the OPFOR been equipped and trained (if applicable) ?
o Have T&EOs been prepared?
o Are slice elements integrated into planning
o Has a risk assessment been completed; have safety considerations
o Are soldiers trained on prerequisite tasks prior to execution?
o Have training ranges and facilities
o Are range or maneuver area books on hand?
o Are leaders certified to conduct range operations?
o Have convoy clearances been submitted and approved?
o Have TADSS been identified and requested?
o Can trainers properly operate all TADSS and targetry?
o Has Class I (food) been requested (early and late feeding
coordinated)? Do dining facility and support platoon know?
o Has Class III (fuel) been requested and allocated?