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FM 30- 30 Aircraft Recognition Manual Supplement No. 6 By United States. Department of the Army
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FM 30- 30 Aircraft Recognition Manual Supplement No. 6 1956-12 "The Aircraft Recognition Manual covering air craft of the United States and Foreign Countries contains recognition information... More > available on an unclassified basis.< Less
FM 7-10 Rifle Company, Infantry and Airborne Battle Groups By United States. Army
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FM 7-10 Rifle Company, Infantry and Airborne Battle Groups 1962-08-27 "This manual provides guidance on the tactical employment of the rifle company of the infantry, and airborne division battle... More > groups; and the rifle company of nondivisional battle groups."< Less
Cyberspace and Electronic Warfare Operations (FM 3-12) By Headquarters Department of the Army
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Field Manual FM 3-12 (FM 3-38) Cyberspace and Electronic Warfare Operations April 2017 Over the past decade of conflict, the U.S. Army has deployed the most capable communications systems in its... More > history. U.S. forces dominated cyberspace and the electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) in Afghanistan and Iraq against enemies and adversaries lacking the technical capabilities to challenge our superiority in cyberspace. However, regional peers have since demonstrated impressive capabilities in a hybrid operational environment that threaten the Army’s dominance in cyberspace and the EMS. The Department of Defense information network-Army (DODIN-A) is an essential warfighting platform foundational to the success of all unified land operations. Effectively operating, securing, and defending this network and associated data is essential to the success of commanders at all echelons. We must anticipate that future enemies and adversaries will persistently attempt to infiltrate, exploit, and degrade access to our networks...< Less
Airborne and Air Assault Operations (FM 3-99) By Headquarters Department of the Army
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This publication, Army Field Manual FM 3-99 Airborne and Air Assault Operations establishes doctrine to govern the activities and performance of Army forces in forcible entry (specifically airborne... More > and air assault operations) and provides the doctrinal basis for vertical envelopment and follow-on operations. This publication provides leaders with descriptive guidance on how Army forces conduct vertical envelopment within the simultaneous combination of offense, defense, and stability. These doctrinal principles are intended to be used as a guide and are not to be considered prescriptive. FM 3-99 encompasses tactics for Army airborne and air assault operations and describes how commanders plan, prepare, and conduct airborne and air assault operations by means of joint combined arms operations.< Less
USSMC FM 7-22: Space Boarding Operations By Oliver S. Cass
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In 2089, the universe is a cold, dangerous place. It’s up to the U.S. Space Marine Corps to secure the safety and security of U.S. interests in outer space through cutting edge tactics,... More > training, and an armory full of high-tech firepower. USSMC FM 7-22: Space Boarding Operations is a military-style field manual designed to read like an actual U.S. Space Marine Corps guide to boarding hostile spacecraft in 2089. Its author, Lt. Col. Oliver Cass, is an active-duty U.S. Army officer experienced in both real-world operations and manual writing.< Less
USSMC FM 7-22: Space Boarding Operations By Oliver S. Cass
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In 2089, the universe is a cold, dangerous place. It’s up to the U.S. Space Marine Corps to secure the safety and security of U.S. interests in outer space through cutting edge tactics,... More > training, and an armory full of high-tech firepower. USSMC FM 7-22: Space Boarding Operations is a military-style field manual designed to read like an actual U.S. Space Marine Corps guide to boarding hostile spacecraft in 2089. Its author, Lt. Col. Oliver Cass, is an active-duty U.S. Army officer experienced in both real-world operations and manual writing.< Less
FM 3-21.12 The Infantry Weapons Company By U.S. Army
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This field manual provides a doctrinal framework for the Infantry weapons company assigned to Infantry battalions in an Infantry brigade combat team (IBCT). It is a companion to FM 3-21.10, The... More > Infantry Rifle Company. This manual will discuss on the unique characteristics of the Infantry weapons company, including principles, tactics, techniques, procedures, and terms and symbols. It will also cover what the Infantry weapons company brings to the Infantry battalion and the battlefield. It focuses on the employment of the Infantry weapons company while fighting as a pure company or combined arms team under the command of an Infantry weapons company commander.< Less
FM 5-36 Route Reconnaissance and Classification 1965 By United States. Department of the Army
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FM 5-36 Route Reconnaissance and Classification 1965-05-14 "This manual describes the influence of the operational environment in reconnaissance operations, the intelligence aspects and... More > fundamentals of route reconnaissance, and methods of reconnoitering and classifying routes for military use. Emphasis is placed on natural and manmade characteristics of routes which influence traffic flow. The interruption of movement by enemy action, an equally important consideration in route reconnaissance, is discussed in general terms only; specific details are not within the scope of this manual although thoroughly discussed in field manuals appropriate to the mission and organization of the reconnoitering force (see app. I). Route reconnaissance as presented by this manual is divided into two categories: hasty reconnaissance and deliberate reconnaissance. Hasty reconnaissance provides limited route information necessary for planning and executing normal military movement and is a prerequisite of tactical maneuver.< Less
FM 21-75 Scouting, Patrolling and Sniping 1944 By United States. War Department
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FM 21-75 Scouting, Patrolling and Sniping 1944-02-06 "1. IMPORTANCE. Commanders must have accurate, detailed, and timely information about the enemy, the terrain, and neighboring troops for... More > successful combat. Well-trained scouts and capably led patrols are among the agencies which furnish them such information. 2. THE SCOUT. A scout is a soldier employed in reconnoitering under conditions which require exceptional ability in the use of arms, ground and cover, in movement, in observing, and in accurately reporting the results of his observation. Scouts usually operate in pairs. 3. QUALIFICATIONS. Although all soldiers should be able to act as scouts, some are better suited than others for this work. Men selected to be scouts should be reliable, persevering, intelligent, patient, and should be able to read and write clearly.< Less
FM 6-20 Field Artillery Tactics and Techniques By United States. Army
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This manual is a guide for field artillery officers and commanders and staffs of all combat arms. It is concerned with the tactical employment of field artillery. It covers organization, command, and... More > tactical control of field artillery. It includes a discussion of the techniques involved in target intelligence and analysis, field artillery fire planning, and the direction of field artillery fires. It includes a general discussion of the principles, organization and techniques of coordination of fire support with particular emphasis given to field artillery aspects. The employment of field artillery in airborne, amphibious, and other special operations is covered. Where the term artillery is used in this manual, it refers to field artillery. For employment of air defense artillery, see FM 44-1 and other manuals of the 44-series. For additional references, see appendix I. The material presented herein is applicable without modification to both nuclear and nonnuclear warfare."< Less

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