22A. Do you remember the song that goes: "The head bone's connected to the
neck bone, the neck bone's connected to the shoulder bone..."?
your main points must connect with their supporting subpoints if your
explanation is going to amount to anything more than a pile of bones.
You keep the points of your explanation connected by using transitional
words or statements that serve to provide the relationship between your
Indicate the transitional word in this statement:
principle of war that we must apply in every tactical situation is the
principle of security."
63A. Let's look at an example of an introduction for an informational
briefing, "General Smith, Colonel Jones, gentlemen. I am Captain Black,
S3 of the 1st Battalion. I am going to explain the concept, objectives,
and key features of the battalion's new physical fitness program. Then,
I will escort you to our proficiency course where you can observe
Company A taking the test." Which of the following elements are present
in the sample introduction.
b. Self identification.