INFORMATION BRIEFING

ATTP 5-0.1, Chapter 10 An information briefing presents facts in a form the audience can easily understand. It does not include conclusions or recommendations nor does it result in decisions. The following format works well for an information briefing. 1. Introduction Greeting. Address the audience. Identify yourself and your organization. Type and Classification of Briefing. Identify the type and classification […]

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SITUATION/UPDATE BRIEFING FORMAT (S5)

  INTRODUCTION Greeting. Identification of self, if appropriate. Scope: Define coverage in terms of time, geographic limits, or other applicable specifics.   BODY Summary of past civil-military operations (CMO). Current CMO. Projected CMO. Problems.   CLOSE Solicitation of questions. Concluding statement and announcement of next briefer, if applicable. If no briefer follows, statement that this concludes the staff presentations.  

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SITUATION/UPDATE BRIEFING FORMAT (S4)

  INTRODUCTION Greeting. Identification of self, if appropriate. Scope: Define coverage in terms of time, organizational level, or specific categories.   BODY Equipment status. Maintenance status. Supply status. Problems.   CLOSE Solicitation of questions. Concluding statement and announcement of next briefer, if any.  

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SITUATION/UPDATE BRIEFING FORMAT (S1)

  INTRODUCTION Greeting. Identification of self, if appropriate. Scope: Define coverage in terms of time, organizational level, or other specifics.   BODY Personnel status. (1) Casualties. (2) Replacements. (3) Present for duty strength.   Problems.   CLOSE Solicitation of questions. Concluding statement and announcement of next briefer, if any.  

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