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Suggestions for After Action Review Facilitators
Final rept. Oct 1992-Oct 1993
ARMY RESEARCH INST FOR THE BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES ALEXANDRIA VA
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The After Action Review AAR provides performance feedback to participants in Army training events. The AAR is defined in FM 25-100 as a method of providing feedback to units by involving participants in the training diagnostic process in order to increase and reinforce learning. This paper discusses the AAR in the context of a computer-driven command post training event and specifically addresses the following questions Who should attend the AAR What should the AAR contain What should be the frequency of the AARs in a command post exercise How should the AAR be compiled and presented Should the AAR use preformatted products or templates Should the content of the AAR be event type presentations or process type presentations or both Should the AAR be multi-echelon or single echelon Should the AAR focus on a single battlefield operating system BOS or multiple BOSS Feedback, Learning, Training.
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