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LESSON 5. Conduct an After-Action Review. TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE. Conduct an after-action review. ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE 1. Identify critical elements of the AAR. THE SPIRIT OF THE AAR. Solving problems and improving performance as a TEAM!. SPIRIT OF AAR. AN AAR IS.

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Lesson 5

LESSON 5

Conduct an After-Action Review


TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE

Conduct an after-action review.


ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE 1

Identify critical elements of the AAR.


The spirit of the aar
THE SPIRIT OF THE AAR

Solving problems and improving performance as a TEAM!

SPIRIT

OF AAR


An aar is
AN AAR IS ...

  • Leader-guided.

  • Soldier-centered.

  • Focused on

    learning objectives.

  • Visual.

  • Frequent.


An aar is not
AN AAR IS NOT ...

  • A lecture .

  • A discussion of minor events.

  • A gripe session.

  • Intended to embarrass anyone.


When to do an aar
WHEN TO DO AN AAR

  • After a test.

  • End of training day.

  • End of course.

  • End of one hour practice.

  • Questions/frequent errors.

  • Change of subjects.


Field expedient aar
FIELD EXPEDIENT AAR

  • Conduct the AAR.

  • Begin the AAR.

  • Discuss strengths and weaknesses.

  • Decide what to do differently.

  • Summarize the AAR.

Do only this part:


Ask questions during the aar to
ASK QUESTIONS DURING THE AAR TO...

  • Clarify issues.

  • Keep the discussion going.

  • Get soldiers to think.

  • Consider the consequences.


ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE 2

Identify the steps for conducting an AAR.


Step 1 prepare the aar
STEP 1 - PREPARE THE AAR

  • Take notes during training.

  • Organize resources.

  • Write an AAR outline.


Step 2 conduct the aar
STEP 2 - CONDUCT THE AAR

  • Begin the AAR.

  • Discuss strengths and weaknesses.

  • Decide what to do differently.

  • Summarize the AAR.


Review
REVIEW

Conduct an after-action review.


Summary
SUMMARY

SPIRIT: Solving problems and improving performance as a TEAM.

FOCUS: 1. Leader-guided.

2. Soldier-centered.

3. Focused on objective.

STEPS: 1. Prepare an AAR.

2. Conduct an AAR.


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