Class/briefing that contains 47 slides on how to prepare for a successful Media Interview. It offers a seven step approach to successfully giving an interview (which is spelled out in the slides). Topics covered include: why do interviews, reporters perspective, common mistakes, define the issue, develop the response, what is the message, brainstorm potential questions, answer questions briefly in writing, establish ground rules, interview don’ts, and more. NOTE: This document is in PDF format [drain Read more
Class/briefing that teaches how to use various kinds of equipment to communicate in tactical situations. It also cover technical specs for the various kinds of equipment and their strengths and weaknesses are reviewed, as well as when it use which kind of communications equipment. NOTE: This document is in MS PowerPoint
This SOP covers those critical elements of unit operations which will allow us to succeed during war and training. All soldiers and leaders are responsible for knowing these procedures. The standards laid out in this SOP are designed to make sure that all soldiers are cared for properly and are ready to perform their mission. The standard priorities for this battalion are: Security (Apply METT-T) Communications (We should never be out of communications.) Operations (Once operations have Read more
This is a Communications Standard Operating Procedures. It is to establish policies and procedures that outline the responsibilities for the accountability, installation, operation, and maintenance of all communication electronic equipment within the Military Police Company. The SINCGARS is the primary means of communication used by the company during field operation. Maximum effort will be made to maintain the highest efficiency in the installation, operation, and maintenance of all radio equipment. NOTE: Read more
The objective of this TC is to describe the basic principles, techniques, and procedures associated with digital computers. It covers operational concepts of digital computers along with the hardware, software, and data representation and communications used with digital computers. Check-on-learning questions are included at the end of each chapter.
This manual is a reference text for trainees and other personnel in the communications electronics field. It provides information about wave propagation, transmission lines, and antennas. It also identifies important safety practices to follow when working with electromagnetic radiation.
The objective of this TC is to provide a broad coverage of solid state devices and, as a broad application, power supplies. It covers the development of the semiconductor, the transistor, special devices, solid state power supplies, and amplifiers. It also identifies important safety practices to follow when working with electricity. Learning objectives are stated at the beginning of each chapter. Check-on-learning questions are included at the end of each chapter.
This publication is a reference TC for the electronics-engineering field. It provides information for the 35-series MOSs. It provides background knowledge for the electronics technician. The technician is required to safely and efficiently operate and maintain electrical systems and apparatus. It reinforces good electrical practices and promotes the safe operation of the many electrical systems in the electronic shop. It covers the basics of direct current and alternating current. It introduces the Read more
This regulation establishes policy and management responsibilities for the Army Military Auxiliary Radio System (formerly the Military Affiliate Radio System), and incorporates policy on amateur radio operations. It describes a program sponsored by the Department of Defense and supported by the Department of the Army in which military installations, military units, clubs, and volunteer-licensed amateur radio operators and stations provide emergency communications for emergency management agencies Read more
This regulation prescribes policy and assigns responsibility for developing, approving, and using abbreviations, brevity codes, and acronyms in Army written This regulation prescribes policy and assigns responsibility for developing, approving, and using abbreviations, brevity codes, and acronyms in Army written communications. It also establishes a requirement that it be maintained on, or through a link from, an Army approved Internet/World Wide Web site. It also prescribes policies for the uniform Read more
This regulation includes policies for processing and responding to White House communications.