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Operations Branch Director
Operations Branch Director, OPBD
Attends operation period briefings.
Obtains briefing from supervisor.
Plans tactical action on assigned area based on objectives of IAP.
Briefs and assigns tasks to resources based on IAP objectives and resource capabilities.
Coordinates activities with adjacent forces.
Coordinates with other command and general staff.
Determines and provides assistance or correction to assigned personnel during operation period.
Uses tactics applied to structure protection.
Submits situation and resource status information to supervisor.
Recommends tactics to supervisor.
Briefs relief resource on progress, reference points and hazards or special considerations.
Establishes communication links.
Ensures transportation needs are met as specified in the IAP.
Determines and obtains logistics needs for assigned personnel while in staging.
Briefs supervisor and IARR on staging area arrangements and procedures.
Confirms demobilization instructions with supervisor and briefs subordinates.
Position Knowledge and/or Requirements
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