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MEMORANDUM FOR All Section Members

SUBJECT: Preparing for the Promotion Board

1. This memorandum provides information to better prepare you for the local promotion board.

2. You will be evaluated in six areas: personnel appearance, bearing and self-confidence; oral expression and conversational skills; knowledge of world affairs; awareness of military programs; knowledge of basic soldiering; and attitude.

3. Three actions will help you have a successful board appearance. Those actions are studying, preparing your uniform, and rehearsing.

a. STUDYING. I will give you the memorandum that tells when the board is, who the board members are and what subjects will be asked. Study the questions and answers in the battalion study guide for these areas. You must study and prepare to answer other questions. Read the newspaper, watch the news and be prepared to express your opinions on local, national, and world events. Know your chain of command and unit history.

b. PREPARING YOUR UNIFORM. I will check the fit of the uniform of every soldier appearing before the board. You will turn your uniform in for alterations and cleaning as needed. You will use a ruler and check placement of all items IAW AR 670-1 when setting up your uniform.

c. REHEARSING. You will practice reporting to the president of the board. You will practice answering questions to build your self-confidence. If you don’t know the answer to a question, don’t loose your military bearing. You must prepare to tell the board members why you should be…...

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