NCO Primary Leadership Subjects
Lesson 4, Section II, Practice Exercise Answer Key and Feedback
B. The final step in organizing your thoughts is select your approach.
C. Avoiding jargon will make your writing more interesting. (Page 4-20)
A. If your intended audience is the individual soldier, use an informal tone.
C. Use the endorsement format to respond to a memorandum. (Page 4-24)
D. Army writing follows the packaging structure of putting the "bottom line" up
front. (Page 4-22)
A. If you subdivide your main topic, you should have at least two subtopics.
B. Consistency is not a principle of effective writing. (Pages 4-27 - 4-28)
D. Using transitional words and phrases will make it easier for your reader to follow
your progression through your paper. (Page 4-29)
The three elements of text used in military writing are: introduction, body, and
closing or action portion. (Page 4-31)