EXORDExecute Order
EXORDExecutive Order
EXORDExercise Order
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(123) The office is responsible for publishing Army IGSA policy and on June 6, 2016, the Army issued EXORD 200-16 in response to the FY 2015 amendments.
Initial results indicate that the EXORD is achieving the desired intent.
Standing DSCA EXORD. Therefore, USNORTHCOM and USPACOM may use 1C/ICC
(8) HQDA EXORD 268-11, Establishment of Army Exploitation, 23 August 2011.
The lesson of the Superferry could be applied every day of the year with all watercraft and terminal units on an EXORD versus a DEPORD model.
(1) In this article, the term "TRO" is used as defined by Annex J of the FORSCOM EXORD and focuses on the Active Army/Active Army training relationship, as opposed to the Department of Defense TRO definition referenced in Joint Publication 1-02, Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms, which reflects the Active Army/Reserve Component relationship.
The EXORD, however, does not create or confer the authority to deploy or employ Army forces in support of combatant command missions or operations.
(4) ALARACT 063/20i4, "FRAGO 1 to HQDA EXORD 0i0-i3 ISO THE HQDA FYi3-i5 Active Component Manning Guidance (ACMG)," March 20i4.
Army Forces Command (FORSCOM) Optimizing Readiness to Ensure a Highly Capable Force Execution Order (EXORD)." In the EXORD, the FORSCOM commander outlined very specific instructions regarding how subordinate units should plan and execute training for the remainder of fiscal year 2013.
The unclassified execute order (EXORD) for CTF 151 was published by the CMF commander on December 30, 2008.
However, before plans were completed the CE received an Execution Order (EXORD) from NAVCENT to respond to the Lebanon crisis.
(4) ALARACT 293/2012, "HQDA EXORD 10-12 ISO the HQDA FY13-15 Active Component Manning Guidance," Pentagon Telecommunications Center, HQDA, Washington, D.C., October 2012.