This includes checking the sketches that are to be attached to
When the patrol has been completed, you must review the overlay one
It should be neat and readable.
As a minimum, it should
include the items listed below:
Two grid references.
Magnetic north arrow.
Tracing of the route covered.
Title block, including your name, social security
organization, date, map reference, and scale.
Length of the route in kilometers.
Curves with a radius of 45 meters or less.
Grades of 7 percent or greater.
Road width constrictions.
Underpasses with their limits-height, width.
Classifications of all bridges and tunnels.
Civil or military road numbers.
Having completed your review of the overlay and sketches, you are now
ready to report the results of your mission. Where and to whom you report
the results was specified in your mission order. Normally, it will be to
the person that issued the order. It is not uncommon, however, for you to
be asked to report the results to others, as well.
At the conclusion of
preparation, you should gather your notes as well as your reports and review
During the debriefing, you will be asked questions about your
mission. Information you provide may trigger some of these questions. The
debriefer may desire more