about the enemy, obtained in various ways and means, which are concentrated by the commander and are reflected on the map using conventional tactical signs. They usually include: the position of the enemy at a certain time, the nature of the actions and the numbering of his units, the location of fire weapons, command posts, the engineering equipment of positions, lines, areas.
Speaking about the position of the enemy, it is necessary to keep in mind the location of his units on the ground: in columns, in pre-battle or battle formation, in the area of concentration, at firing (starting) positions, deployment lines, firing lines, etc..
The contents of the textbook Officer’s map, work with the map, drawing the situation on the topographic map.
Purpose of the work card and requirements for it.
Preparing a topographic map for work.
Basic rules for maintaining a working map.
Symbols and abbreviations.
Methods of training officers in the maintenance of a working topographic map.
Appendix 1. Symbols used in combat documents.
Appendix 2. Abbreviations used in combat documents.