THREE USEFUL US ARMY WRITING RESOURCES IN ONE APP! All References reformatted for easy reading on a phone-sized display. This IS NOT a frustrating PDF reader app!
This app contains:
1. ARMY WRITING. Army Writing explains the Army Writing Style. It covers writing in Active and Passive Voice; Sentence Cohesiveness; Transitional Markers; Writing for Military Correspondence; Criterion for Writing Most Letters; Packaging; Proof Reading; the Quick-Screen Edit, as well as the following grammar and punctuation use for the: Comma; Dash; Hyphen; Colon; Apostrophe; Italics, and Quotation Marks. If you are attending the Warrior Leadership Course (WLC), then this writing application will help prepare you. The source of information for Army Writing was taken directly from the Warrior Leader Course Training Support Package L230IS, The Army Writing Style, dated 31 Mar 2006, written by the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy (WLC).
2. GRAMMAR GUIDE FOR ARMY WRITING. This course covers grammar and punctuation rules. It covers the Basic Elements of a Sentence; Eight Parts of Speech; Conjunctions; Prepositions; Interjections; Subject-Verb Agreement; Punctuation; Rules for Developing Correct Sentences; Dependent & Independent Clause; the usage of a Comma; Semicolon; Colon; Apostrophe; Question Mark; Quotation Marks; Hyphen; the Correct Word Usage, and Knowing When to Use Numerical Figures or to Spell Out Numbers. Its source of information was taken directly from the Warrior Leader Course Training Support Package L230IS, The Army Writing Style, dated 31 Mar 2006, written by the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy.
3. BONUS FEATURE: THE TONGUE AND QUILL. The Tongue and Quill is a valuable resource for anyone who will ever sling ink at paper, pound a keyboard, give a briefing, or staff a package to support the mission. Currently, The Tongue and Quill is widely used by military and civilian members, professional military school educators and students, and civilian corporations around the United States.
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