3. Step 3: Determine whether the installation is permanent or non-permanent
Figure 1-11. Permanent or Non-Permanent Installation.
a. Permanent. When military activity is of a permanent nature, analysis should be
relatively simple. Permanent military installations and activities, such as motor pools,
parade grounds, ammunition storage facilities, armored vehicles, and artillery weapons,
are easily visible and always associated with military installations.
b. Non-permanent. You should consider military activity under two types of
warfare: conventional and unconventional. This is done because of the variations in
indications between these two types.
4. Step 4: Determine whether the installation is used in conventional or unconventional
warfare (Figure 1-12).
Figure 1-12. Conventional or Unconventional Warfare.