- Situation: What is the problem?
- Mission: What is the principle task at hand and purpose behind it?
- Execution: What strategy are we going to use to accomplish the task?
- Support: What are the logistics? How many troops and resources will we need?
- Command: What other groups should be involved and how will they communicate?
Only without honor and push-ups. There’s a high level of discipline (though not necessarily the same caliber of punishment). There’s a system of rank and rigid hierarchy, especially on set. There’s a delicate network of specialized soldiers – and the brigade is only as strong as its weakest link. But unlike the army, Hollywood uses ego and opinions instead of bullets to survive.