demonstration, a display, or a tour.
a. Arrange main ideas in logical sequence.
b. Use visual aids correctly.
c. Plan effective transitions.
d. Prepare to answer questions at any time.
a. Ask for questions.
b. Give closing statement.
c. Announce the next briefer, if applicable.
Section II Decision Briefing
The purpose of the decision briefing is to obtain an answer or a
decision. Personnel in higher headquarters use this briefing for most
tactical matters requiring command decisions. In division
headquarters and below, personnel modify and use a more informal
The decision briefing compares to an oral staff study and generally
follows the same format.
a. Greeting. Use military courtesy; address the person(s)
receiving the briefing and identify yourself.
b. Identify type and classification of briefing.
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