Battle Rhythm

Battle Rhythm

A slang term for a business plan, marketing plan, or any plan dealing with a complicated or adverse situation.
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When you first get there [Iraq], you have to get into that battle rhythm.
The customer must see no difference in the operations' battle rhythm, regardless of the location.
Television pictures beamed around the world showed the shaven-headed, pot-bellied so-called football fans, flinging bottles and chairs while a ludicrous drummer beat out a battle rhythm on a pathetic side drum.
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The revised construct establishes a 48-month mobilization battle rhythm or window in which a Reservist may deploy for up to six months and be home for up to 42 months.
A distribution platoon with a solid battle rhythm and higher headquarters planning support can provide its own security and ensure that the correct equipment and personnel are delivered with minimal incidents.
We need to train and educate our intelligence analysts on their analytic thinking (gray-matter) swing mechanics, and instill a rigorous and structured analytic battle rhythm that increases and improves analytic efficiencies.
In its infancy, ESU faced challenges associated with standing up a new command while standardizing logistical procedures for a force operating forward at a high-paced battle rhythm.
There should have been a higher HQ that provided injects to our battalion TOC (OPORDS, fragmentary orders, commander's update briefings, battle rhythm events, etc).
S Corps to XVIII Airborne Corps, signifying a change in key staff leadership and a major shift in the USF-I battle rhythm.
A disciplined battle rhythm that executes these plans needs to be established as part of the technology development phase and tailored as the program matures.
Ensure the battle rhythm is synchronized across the organization and redundant information is reduced to the extent possible.