The following items will test your grasp of the material covered in this
There is only one correct answer for each item.
When you have
completed the exercise, check your answers with the answer key that follows.
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which contains the portion involved.
You are a battalion chaplain for the 1-19 Infantry.
preparing to complete the plan for the battalion's religious program and
brief the battalion commander.
When developing your plan, you are aware that a good plan
Provides for all unforeseen events.
Is based on valid facts and assumptions.
Provides for centralization.
Eliminates the need for coordination during execution.
You will use an outline plan to
Seek approval and allocation of means.
Disseminate the commander's decision to subordinate units.
Reduce the amount of planning required.
Modify existing plans.
When your unit is in a field or combat environment, information you
need to assess the unit's religious needs can easily be obtained from
Other chaplains and chaplains assistants.
Service agencies such as the Red Cross.
First sergeants and unit commanders.
The brigade staff.
When establishing the specific objectives of your program, you must
ensure that each objective contains the
Relationship between the major goals and the program's specific
Who, what, when, and why of the objective.
Origin of the goal, e.g. Chief of Chaplains, local command, etc.
Final outcome of what is done.