Standards: Included the following elements on the situation map: 1. Military symbols (must be in accordance with FM 101-5-1). 2. Enemy situation (must be depicted in red or with double lines). 3. Control measures. 4. Location of the command post and/or command group. 5. Location of all maneuver elements. 6. Location of reserves.
Conditions: Given the
tactical situation, in a combat environment.
Standards: Included the following
elements on the situation map:
1. Military symbols (must be in
accordance with FM 101-5-1).
2. Enemy situation (must be depicted in
red or with double lines).
3. Control measures.
4. Location of the command post and/or
5. Location of all maneuver elements.
6. Location of reserves.
1.Depict the control measures.
2.Depict the command post and/or the command group
3.Depict the location of the maneuver elements.
4.Depict the location of the reserve.
5.Determine the classification.
Setup: At the test site, provide a
copy of the operation order, map board, map,
marking pens, overlay paper, coordinate
scale, unit SOP, and FM 101-5-1.
Brief Soldier: Tell the soldier
that he must prepare a situation map. The
situation map must be prepared in accordance
with FM 101-5-1 and the unit SOP.
1.Depicted the control measures.
2.Depicted command post and/or command group
3.Depicted the location of the maneuver elements.
4.Depicted the location of the reserve.
Evaluation Guidance: Score the
soldier GO if all performance measures are
passed. Score the soldier NO GO if any
performance measure is failed. If the
soldier fails any performance measure, show
what was done wrong and how to do it
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