I worked in the intelligence and operations field of the Air Force for over twenty-five years of my life, and this is as bad as it gets on slide presentations.
It would take a guy at least thirty minutes to take in all of the graphics, the small-font sized messages, and the relationships involved.
I worked for a commander who once built a 140 slide presentation (it was a three-hour briefing) to drive home his point. The people on our staff who had to view it and help him...literally beat their head against the wall over how intensive this whole briefing presentation had become.
In the old days....before PowerPoint....you basically worked hard to build eight slides and fix up a twenty-five minute meeting at max (hoping to drive the point home in twelve minutes). A guy today could tell the whole Revolutionary War story, via PowerPoint, in two hundred slides.
The curious thing about this slide presentation here....is that the General who was coming into Afghanistan....banned this particular presentation from being used for any officer coming into Afghanistan. He considered it an insult that someone had taken the complexities of such enormous topic, and bullet-ized them into some PowerPoint briefing.
I'm just guessing here....but he probably did allow the briefing to be regularly given to congressmen and senators. But since they never understood banking or investing....they probably don't understand much about Afghanistan or warfare either.