Figure 148. Combat effectiveness and selected
When task force commanders indicate their unit has "some difficulty"
performing its mission, you fill in the bottom third of the
effectiveness graphic. If task force commanders indicate their unit has
a major problem performing its mission, you fill in the righthand and
bottom twothirds of the graphic. Should task force commanders indicate
their unit "cannot" perform its mission, you fill in the entire
effectiveness graphic. With each preceding effectiveness decision, you
would fill in the portion(s) of the selected information graphic that a
task force commander used to make his decision (figure 148).
(b) Symbols show maneuver assets. The standard operational
symbol for a task force does not show the task force's maneuver assets
(composition). When a commander requires this information, you use a
decision graphic to fulfill this requirement. In the decision graphic,
you place graphics to represent the various units that make up the task
force. Figure 149 shows the standard symbols used to represent tank,
mechanized, armored, and an infantry company/teams.
To indicate any other companysized elements that make up the task
force, you place the unit's branch symbol in the decision graphic.
Figure 150 shows examples of othercompanysized units using branch
symbols. FM 10151 provides a list of branch symbols you use for the