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Finalize any remaining actions that were compressed due to the rapid development of the crisis situation. Revise, complete, and publish Annex M (Geospatial Information and Services) to the OPORD. Refine Appendix 15 (Geographic Intelligence Estimate) to Annex B of the OPORD. Ensure all subordinate GI&S personnel understand the MAGTF’s and supporting units’ GI&S support operations concept. Ensure C2 relationships have been defined and CIS plans developed for all MAGTF and supported units. Apprise the commander of the current status of GI&S capabilities and limitations and the status of crisis GI production.

Detailed planning occurs throughout the joint planning community. The MAGTF commander develops the OPORD by modifying an existing OPLAN, expanding an existing concept plan, or developing a new plan. This phase ends with a decision to implement the OPORD. The planning emphasis during this phase shifts to focused GEOINT production and to transportation and dissemination requirements. The following actions must be conducted during this phase: l l l l l l l Brief and coordinate continuously with subordinate units’ intelligence and GI&S staffs regarding GEOINT priorities and ongoing operations.

L l Development of the concepts of operations and intelligence. Annex M (GI&S) to the supporting OPLAN or OPORD. The G-2 plans officer, I&M section, the intelligence battalion, and the topographic platoon support the deliberate planning process by preparing for a possible contingency based on the best information and intelligence available. This effort relies heavily on the political and military circumstances that exist when planning begins. Conducted primarily in peacetime, the deliberate planning process can engage the entire DOD GI in the development of plans for contingencies.

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