This Field Manual (FM 7-15) describes the structure and content of the Army Universal Task List (AUTL). The AUTL is a comprehensive, but not all-inclusive listing of Army tasks, missions, and operations. Units and staffs perform these tasks, mission, and operations or capability at corps level and below. For each task, the AUTL provides a numeric reference hierarchy, a task title, a task description, a doctrine reference, and, in most cases, recommended measures of performance (measures) for training developers to develop training and evaluation outline evaluation criteria for supporting tasks. The task proponent is responsible for developing the training and evaluation outlines that supports each AUTL task. As a catalog, the AUTL captures doctrine as it existed on the date of its publication. The AUTL can help commanders develop a mission-essential task list (METL). The AUTL provides tasks, missions and operations or capabilities for a unit, company-sized and above, and staffs. Commanders should use the AUTL as a cross-reference for tasks. Commanders may use the AUTL to supplement their core training focused METL or the directed training focused METL as required.