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APPENDIX D
T-34C INSTRUMENTS
3.
Factors that reduce situational awareness:
a.
Insufficient communication.
b.
Fatigue/stress.
c.
Task overload/underload.
d.
Group mind-set.
e.
"Press on regardless" philosophy.
f.
Degraded operating conditions.
4.
Combat the loss of situational awareness by:
a.
Actively questioning and evaluation your mission progress.
b.
Using assertive behaviors when necessary.
c.
Analyzing your situation.
d.
Updating and revising your image of the mission.
5.
Remember:
a.
Situational awareness is a critical factor in our ability to respond effectively to a
situation.
b.
Maintaining a high level of situational awareness will better prepare crews to respond
to expected situations.
D-8 CREW RESOURCE MANAGEMENT


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