EXORD

AcronymDefinition
EXORDExecute Order
EXORDExecutive Order
EXORDExercise Order
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4) ALARACT 063/20i4, "FRAGO 1 to HQDA EXORD 0i0-i3 ISO THE HQDA FYi3-i5 Active Component Manning Guidance (ACMG)," March 20i4.
The purpose of the conference was for the FORSCOM commander to hear how each of his subordinate commanders planned to implement his EXORD guidance and to outline how the cuts to OMA would affect the Army's combat forces stationed in the continental United States.
As with FORSCOM's "Optimizing Readiness" EXORD, the fully mission capable (FMC) waiver required significant manual reconciliation in order to understand the financial implications of the change.
36) An EXORD is, "an order to initiate military operations as
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.
In December 2012, FORSCOM released an EXORD that expanded the current SOC concept to the SMCC in order to align with Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) 6-0, Mission Command, in which the commander is the central figure.
EXORD 228-13: Continuation of Operations (EXORD, FRAGO 1-10, Annex)
of the Army, subject: ALARACT 293/2012, HQDA EXORD 10-13 ISO the HQDA FY13-15 Active Component Manning Guidance [hereinafter ALARACT 293/2012].
The CJCS EXORD directed that JTF-H provide, among other things "food, water, clothing, medicine, beds and bedding, temporary shelter, and housing.
subject: Defense Support to Civil Authorities Standing (DSCA) EXORD para.
This review has brought all EXORDS in line with the Obama administration's counterterrorism policies, which require more vetting of sensitive operations.