4c. Are TMs avoided unless used as a primary reference for a specific performance step or performance sub-step?
5a. Does the condition statement include a trigger or cue? (What has occurred that requires this drill to be performed)
5b. Is the condition statement use terms applicable to the target population in order to avoid unnecessarily restricting the applicability of the drill to other units? (Example: unit, unit leader, machine gun.)
5c. Does the condition statement address relevant aiding and limiting factors required to establish the appropriate situation required in order to conduct the drill?
5d. Does the condition statement allow the Commander to apply variables of METT-TC to the extent applicable to the drill?
5e. Is the condition statement not unnecessarily restrictive (allows units and/or other proponents to use the drill if appropriate)?
6a. Does the drill standard describe clearly what the collection of Soldiers must do to succeed at the drill?
6b. Is the drill standard measurable and/or observable?
6c. Is the drill standard written in present tense and paragraph format?
7a. Are performance steps written using a present tense and subject, verb, and object format, with each step identifying who performs it?
7b. Are the performance sub-steps written using a subject, present tense verb and object format? (The subject may be omitted, if implied.)
7c. Are performance sub-steps both measurable and observable?
8a. Are performance step and/or sub-step notes "by exception"?
8b. Do notes provide only amplifying information that is not otherwise appropriate for inclusion in an existing or additional performance step or sub-step?
9. Do the setup instructions include enough information about resources, training site requirements, and unit instructions to conduct the drill?
10. Do the talk-through instructions include enough information about orientation, safety, CRM process, demonstration, and explanation to conduct the drill?
11. Do the walk-through instructions include enough information to perform the drill at a reduced speed?
12. Do the run-through instructions include enough information to perform the drill at operational speed?
13. Do the coaching points clarify and expand on the actions and/or techniques needed by the drill leader to guide Soldiers through the drill?
14a. Is each supporting individual task the most current proponent task?
14b. Is each supporting individual task performed during the supported drill or is a direct prerequisite (first order effect) of the supported drill?
14c. Is proficiency in each supporting individual task essential to ensure successful accomplishment of the supported drill?