(d) What were the relationships between commanders at all levels and their staffs? What effect did these
relationships have on the battle?
(e) Were operations orders and plans well thought out, coordinated, and implemented to ensure the
accomplishment of the mission?
(f) What were the command relationships?
(g) How were the units organized for combat?
(h) Were realistic missions given to the units?
(i) Did proper liaison exist between units? If so, was it timely and effective?
(k) What were the primary and alternate means of battlefield communications?
(l) What effect did enemy action have on command and control?
(m) What was the extent of operations and transmission security?
(a) What intelligence assets were available to the opposing forces?
(b) What were the major sources of intelligence?
(c) How was intelligence collected? How was it disseminated? Was it timely? Was it effective?
(d) Did commanders seek and use intelligence information wisely?
(e) Was intelligence information integrated into the operational plans of the opposing forces? If so, how?
(f) What was the influence of intelligence on the way the battle was fought?