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An analysis of the Marine Amphibious Brigade (MAB) decision-making environment is presented. The method of approach used to characterize MAB decisions is general in nature and can be applied to other environments as well. The outcome of the analysis is a data-base of MAB decision tasks classified along two sets of descriptors. Although geared toward the selection of decision aids, and thus aimed at decision-making requirements, the method proposed here can also be used in other contexts such as decision-training.