13A. Introduction continued:
(2) "You must know the basic platoon formations, method of moving from
one formation to another, and security responsibilities of each tank
commander. You must know how to employ each formation. As a result of
this information, you will be able to maneuver and correctly function
with your tank crew as well as with the other tank crews in the
(Which element of the introduction?)
54A. There are deliberate steps you must take to plan a briefing. The first
thing you must do is make an estimate. When the commander tells you to
prepare and present a briefing for the division commander who will visit
the battalion next week, your estimate will probably begin immediately
with the following questions:
o To Whom will I be speaking (division commander only? Will there
be other people with him?) ?
o When and where is the briefing?
o How much time 'will I have?
o Am I responsible for facilities and equipment?
o Should I follow our regular SOP?
Before you can prepare and obtain approval of your briefing manuscript,
you still need answers to two more very important parts of your
What two other questions would you ask before you begin
preparing your manuscript?