A link to ADP 7-0 can be found here.
1) What does ADP 7-0 cover?
A: Training units and developing leaders
2) What are the three training domains the Army uses?
A: Institutional, operational, and self-development
*HINT* Remember IOS (like an iPhone)
3) What is the institutional training domain?
A: The Army’s institutional training and education system which includes training base centers and schools that provide initial training and subsequent professional military education for Soldiers, Military Leaders and Army Civilians
4) What is the Operational Training domain?
A: training that organizations conduct at home stations, maneuver combat training centers, during joint exercises, at mobilization centers and while operationally deployed
5) What is the self-development training domain?
A: goal oriented learning that reinforces and expands the knowledge base, self-awareness, and situational awareness and it compliments institutional and operational learning and enhances professional competence and professionalism
6) How do Commanders apply the operations process to training?
A: Plan, prepare, execute, and assess
7) What does the Acronym TADSS stand for?
A: training aids, devices, simulators, and simulations
8) Who are the primary trainers of enlisted Soldiers, crews and small teams?
A: Noncommissioned officers
9) Who is responsible for training units and developing leaders?
10) What does Train as you will fight mean?
A: means training under an expected operational environment for the mission
11) What are the Army’s seven principles of leader development?
A: 1. Lead by example 2. Develop subordinate leaders 3. Create a learning environment for subordinate leaders 4. Train leaders in the art and science of mission command 5. Train to develop adaptive leaders 6. Train leaders to think critically and creatively 7. Train your leaders to know their subordinates and their families
12) What is the definition of a METL?
A: METL (Mission Essential Task List) is the doctrinal framework of fundamental tasks for which the unit was designed
13) What are the TLPs (Troop Leading Procedures)?
A: 1. Receive the mission 2. Issue the warning order 3. Make a tentative plan 4. Initiate movement 5. Conduct reconnaissance 6. Complete the plan 7. Issue the operations order 8. Supervise and refine
*HINT* Remember the acronym (RIMICCIS – “Rim-E See Sis”)
14) What do subordinates provide in order to enable the Commander to assess the readiness of a mission-essential task?
A: After Action Review (AAR)
15) What are the four steps to an AAR?
A: 1. What was supposed to happen? 2. What did happen? 3. Improvements/Sustains 4. What will be done differently next time?
16) What are the codes used to rate task proficiency?
A: T – Trained, P – Needs Practice, U- Untrained
17) What Army publication is known as “training the force”?
A: ADP 7-0