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Types OF RESOURCES
PAVILION houses a variety of content, organized by purpose. Each purpose is then categorized to help meet your objective, whether you want to Reference, Learn or Practice.
Content that functions more as a tool that can be used to help jump-start any mission you encounter.
A 154th TRS loadmaster student studies his flight check notes
These resources help you quickly perform detail-oriented tasks. Include one as part of your toolbox out in the field.
Marine Staff Sgt. Dimitri Armstead works on his computer while prospecting from the office, Nov. 21.
Policies & Doctrines
These resources allow you to access policy, regulations, handbooks or manuals right when you need them most.
Army Capt. Kelly Spencer, a brigade nurse, checks her email at the nurse’s station
These resources are available to download and use as a model to ensure consistency and save time.
Content used to bridge knowledge gaps, stay current and inspired with industry and DoD standards.
U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Jaime Campos tracks service tickets
These resources will inform you about subjects and procedures you may need a refresher on, from a source you can trust.
U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Jennifer Garcia works on a computer
These resources analyze real-world examples to show you what to emulate and what to improve upon if you find yourself in a similar situation.
journalists discuss photographic composition
These resources break down tasks into a step-by-step guide, which improves your efficiency in the field.
U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Dylan Willis works on a laptop inside an MV-22B Osprey
These resources feature real-world stories that provide insight on the impact of public perception within the military or civilian life.
Content that puts your knowledge to the test and helps you stay prepared.
A firepower control team leader utilizes a target handling system (THS)
These interactive resources help you apply knowledge gained by performing a task you may encounter in a real-world situation.
Lt. Col. Luis Garcia uses a tablet during a flight to South Africa
These interactive resources test your knowledge on a subject by having you answer questions about what you’ve learned.
Senior Airman Elise, an analyst assigned to the 178th Wing, analyzes a map of counties throughout Ohio March 30, 2020, at the Defense Supply Center Columbus. Elise is serving on the Joint Task Force 37 collecting data on coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and available hospital resources across the state, as well as providing weather and route information for the JTF-37 task forces supporting local food banks.
These interactive resources present you with a scenario for you to apply what you’ve learned, perform tasks and answer questions.
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Repurposing Gems From the Archives
Watch a positive example of how some creative thinking and musical overlay helped this USMC tweet go viral.
Know Your Audience: Publics and Stakeholders
Identify, segment and prioritize the audience in order to achieve your communication plan goals.
General News Release Template
Use this template to write a news release after an event has occurred.
Communication Plan Tools
Factors That Affect the Depth of Field
Headline Writing Guidelines
Required Shots for a Crime Scene Checklist
Capturing the Action
Military Rank Abbreviations
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Defense Secretary Ash Carter speaks during his last press conference with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Marine Gen. Joseph F. Dunford, Jr., at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., Jan. 10, 2016.
Navy Recruiter Saves Lives through Social Media
Technical Sgt. Kaitlyn Maricle, a broadcast journalist from American Forces Network Aviano, poses for a photo at Aviano Air Base, Feb. 5, 2020