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Writing a proper Yellow Card
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Writing a proper Yellow card By 2LT Jacob Fry
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The Basics A yellow card is your tool of  communication with your grader. It details all of your actions during a  leadership rotation. It must be written in a specific format and  with great detail.
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STAR- TAR Format Format used for writing Yellow cards: Situation Task Action Result
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STAR-TAR cont. Situation (S) appears only once at the  beginning of your yellow card. Ex: S: Served as garrison squad leader (SL)  for 2 nd  Sqd from 221800Jun09- 231800Jun09 during BRM training.
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STAR-TAR cont. Task (T) appears multiple times in a yellow  card and lists a duty that the leader  fulfilled. Ex: T:Prepare squad for the day’s BRM  training. 
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STAR-TAR cont. Action (A) appears many times in a yellow  card. It describes the method in which the  leader accomplished his task. Ex: A: woke up team leaders (TL’s) and had  them ensure their team members were  awake.
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STAR-TAR cont. Each task requires more than one action.   The actions are listed individually after the  task. T: A: A:  A: 
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STAR-TAR cont. Result (R) appears multiple times in a 
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