After Action Report Plan Template

After-Action Report/ [Exercise Name]
Improvement Plan (AAR/IP) [Exercise Name Continued]
ANALYSIS OF CORE CAPABILITIES
Aligning exercise objectives and core capabilities provides a consistent taxonomy for evaluation
that transcends individual exercises to support preparedness reporting and trend analysis. Table
1 includes the exercise objectives, aligned core capabilities, and performance ratings for each
core capability as observed during the exercise and determined by the evaluation team.
Objective Core Capability
Performed
without
Challenges
(P)
Performed
with Some
Challenges
(S)
Performed
with Major
Challenges
(M)
Unable to
be
Performed
(U)
[Objective 1] [Core capability]
[Core capability]
[Objective 2] [Core capability]
[Objective 3] [Core capability]
Ratings Definitions:
Performed without Challenges (P): The targets and critical tasks associated with the core capability were
completed in a manner that achieved the objective(s) and did not negatively impact the performance of other
activities. Performance of this activity did not contribute to additional health and/or safety risks for the public or
for emergency workers, and it was conducted in accordance with applicable plans, policies, procedures,
regulations, and laws.
Performed with Some Challenges (S): The targets and critical tasks associated with the core capability were
completed in a manner that achieved the objective(s) and did not negatively impact the performance of other
activities. Performance of this activity did not contribute to additional health and/or safety risks for the public or
for emergency workers, and it was conducted in accordance with applicable plans, policies, procedures,
regulations, and laws. However, opportunities to enhance effectiveness and/or efficiency were identified.
Performed with Major Challenges (M): The targets and critical tasks associated with the core capability were
completed in a manner that achieved the objective(s), but some or all of the following were observed:
demonstrated performance had a negative impact on the performance of other activities; contributed to
additional health and/or safety risks for the public or for emergency workers; and/or was not conducted in
accordance with applicable plans, policies, procedures, regulations, and laws.
Unable to be Performed (U): The targets and critical tasks associated with the core capability were not
performed in a manner that achieved the objective(s).
Table 1. Summary of Core Capability Performance
The following sections provide an overview of the performance related to each exercise
objective and associated core capability, highlighting strengths and areas for improvement.
Analysis of Core Capabilities 2 [Sponsor Organization]
[PROTECTIVE MARKING, AS APPROPRIATE]
Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP)
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