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The purpose of this article is to first define garrison inform and influence activities and thus create awareness for military professionals.
There is a reason inform and influence activities serve a key role in mission command as a warfighting function.
These responsibilities are not defined in FM 3-13, Inform and Influence Activities. FM 3-13 merely prescribes the function, tasks, and conduct of inform and influence activities within a given environment.
Inform and influence activities support a leader's responsibility to influence and motivate people to "pursue actions, focus thinking, and shape decisions." (7) It is important to note these responsibilities are relevant to the organization.
ADRP 6-0 limits inform and influence activities to three primary functions: public affairs, military information support operations (MISO), and Soldier and leader engagement respectively.
IO professionals grow frustrated when efforts to establish garrison inform and influence activities are thwarted by those ignorant to the relevancy toward achieving leadership outcomes (healthy climates, fit units, engaged Soldiers and civilians, stronger families, sound decisions, expertly led organizations, and mission success).