Effective Writing for Army Leaders

Effective Writing for Army Leaders

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Original publisher: Washington, DC: Headquarters, Dept. of the Army, [1993- LC Number: UB210 .E34 1993 OCLC Number: ocm31445938 Subject: English language -- Rhetoric -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. Excerpt: ... DA form 4697 ( Report of Survey ), block 26: I have examined all available evidence as shown in exhibits A to G and as indicated below have personally investigated the same and it is my belief that the article ( s ) listed hereon and / or on attached sheets, total cost $ 433.50 was not damaged in an accidental manner. Something like this does not just happen; therefore, the soldier is responsible if negligent. As SP4 Farmer states in his statement ( Exhibit B ) the tailgate of the M113 was down when Private Thomas laid his M16 down on it to don his protective mask, ( Exhibit A ), because he thought he smelled CS. This act was in direct contravention of the Division, Brigade, Battalion, and Company Field SOP which states in part that at no time will equipment be placed on the ramp of M113 personnel carriers ( Exhibit G ). It also is expressly prohibited by the proper maskin g procedure which is to hold the rifle between the legs while masking ( Exhibit F, Soldier's Manual of Common Tasks, p. 37 ). When the squa d leader ( SSG Young ) told the driver to raise the ramp ( Exhibit C ), he didn't know that Thomas had set his weapon down on the ramp. It was dark and nobody could see anything and Thomas was still adjusting his mask. Well, one thing led to another and the next thing you know Thomas ' M16 is only good for shooting around corners. Such actions show negligence and make SP4 Farmer liable for restitution. ( Exhibit D statement from DS maintenance saying the M16 is irreparably damaged beyond repair ). Figure 5-5. DA Form 4697 ( Report of Survey ), block 29 example of poor writing DA Form 4697 ( Report of Survey ), block 26: I have investigated the evidence and find PVT John T. Thomas as negligent. PVT Thomas damaged his M16 by carelessly leaving it ...Original publisher: Washington, DC: Headquarters, Dept. of the Army, [1993- LC Number: UB210 .E34 1993 OCLC Number: ocm31445938 Subject: English language -- Rhetoric -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.


Title:Effective Writing for Army Leaders
Author: U.S. Government
Publisher:Books LLC - 2011-10
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