Commanding is a necessary process in line combat. On the one hand, because coordination is not possible during the fight itself, and on the other hand, because the individual loses an overview of the overall situation during his own fight. The leader is also responsible for motivation and motivational speeches. If the fight takes place in the context of a show, acting talents may also be required, although this task is often delegated.

Steps of commanding.

  • Determining the situation and the possibilities
  • Planning the actions, looking for victory
  • Commanding
  • Controlling the execution

These points can be thought of as a cycle that is constantly repeated even during combat.

  • Individual strengths (individual competence)
  • Geographical location (routes/resources)
  • Competition (strengths of other groups)
  • Self-identity (motivation)

What are the characteristics of the terrain

  • What movement speeds are possible for whom and where?
  • What can be used as cover, what is an obstacle?

What resources are available in my group

  • What weapons are wielded by whom?
  • Who has what skills?
  • How can communication be done/What orders can I give?
  • (How many people have how many points?)

What options are there with the group

  • Who can compete against whom and how successfully?
  • How fast does what go?
  • Is everyone busy during the course of the activities?
  • Who has what free powers and when?

In order to implement all this, it is expedient that the line is divided into sub-groups and that these are provided with their own leaders. This procedure makes it possible to pass on the commands to each individual. For in a line fight it is necessary that each individual knows exactly what is expected of him for the whole line. In addition, of course, that the individual is able to do this. Therefore, everyone should be aware of their abilities and communicate them to the leader.

  • en/theoretisches/kommandieren.txt
  • Zuletzt geändert: 2020-12-22 22:35
  • von Falke