To establish the pertinence of information, you must determine whether or not the information
a. concerns the enemy, or area characteristics.
b. is needed immediately, and by whom.
c. is of possible present or future value, and to whom.
In determining the need for information on a particular subject, you establish its ________________________ .
(form; detail) (1-98)
For example, the existence, type, and general locations of enemy weapons are of interest to an army commander
and would be reported in standard intelligence documents. A lower echelon commander, however, needs to know
the exact location of each weapon, preferably plotted on a situation map.
Intelligence must be disseminated in such _________________________ and ___________________________
as to be of maximum use to each echelon.