FRAME 4-1. INFORMATION FRAME.
In previous lessons of this subcourse, you learned about the various elements which make up a route, and the
preparation of the Engineer Reconnaissance Report, DA Form 1711-R, and route reconnaissance overlays. You also
learned that deliberate reconnaissance is performed when there are sufficient time and skilled personnel to examine
thoroughly each element. It is during deliberate reconnaissance missions that special reconnaissance report forms,
each dealing with one component of a route, are prepared. These forms are available for roads, bridges, tunnels,
fords, and ferries. This lesson will familiarize you with the information reported on each of these forms.
(No, the prefix "A" is used) (4-28)
What do the two figures for width represent? _____________________________________________________