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The Organization of the Marine Infantry Regiment By U.S. Marine Corps
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Tables of Organization, Approved 27 March 1944. The purpose of military organization is to secure the most effective use of the men, weapons, and other resources of a body of troops. This instruction... More > manual from the Marine Corps School in Quantico, Virginia, provides very detailed Tables of Organization and Equipment (TO&E) for a Marine Infantry Regiment and its subordinate units. Part I contains diagrams of the various units and an explanation of their composition and armament so that the reader will be better able to understand and use the tables. No attempt is made to explain the tactical use of the units covered, or the characteristics and employment of the weapons which they have. The tables contained in Part II of this book are the Marine Corps Tables of Organization approved by the Commandant on 27 March 1944 (with changes of 22 July 1944). Originally published in July 1944 by the Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks, Quantico, Virginia. 54 pages, 1 illustration, 10 diagrams, 6 tables.< Less
Marine Corps Tank Employment (MCWP 3-12) By US Marine Corps
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Marine Corps Warfighting Publication (MCWP) 3-12, Marine Corps Tank Employment, provides Marine Corps doctrine and supporting tactics, techniques, and procedures for the employment of Marine tanks in... More > support of the Marine air-ground task force (MAGTF). Historically, Marine tanks have often played critical roles in the success of Marine Corps combat operations. From World War II, the Marine commander’s ability to employ Marine tanks effectively has provided him with a devastating direct fire capability. Today, Marine M1A1 Abrams tanks are the most lethal direct fire and survivable weapon system within the arsenal of the ground combat element. This publication is intended for Marine Corps combat, combat support, and combat service support unit commanders and their staffs operating with or supporting Marine tank units. It describes how the Marine Corps employs tanks across the range of military operations and focuses on preparing, planning, and conducting MAGTF operations with tanks.< Less
Marine Corps Special Operations (MCWP 3-05) By US Marine Corps
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The purpose of the Marine Corps Warfighting Publication (MCWP) 3-05, Marine Corps Special Operations, is to establish doctrine for the Marine Corps’ participation in special operations,... More > specifically the Service’s contribution to the United States Special Operations Command with the Marine Forces Special Operations Command (MARFORSOC). This publication is intended for officers, enlisted, and other personnel who are involved with the planning, execution, or support of special operations. It is also designed to assist the joint and interagency community with integrating Marine Corps special operations units into all other planning and operations.< Less
Marine Corps Componency (MCWP 7-10), (Formerly MCWP 3-40.8) By US Marine Corps
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Marine Corps Warfighting Publication MCWP 7-10 (Formerly MCWP 3-40.8) Marine Corps Componency May 2016 Marine Corps Warfighting Publication (MCWP) 3-40.8, Marine Corps Componency, addresses the... More > fundamental principles of Marine Corps componency. Moreover, this publication identifies changes in warfighting doctrine that have occurred since 11 September 2001 as set forth in The Unified Command Plan; Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Instruction 3110.01, Joint Strategic Capabilities Plan (JSCP); Navy-Marine Corps Directive 3000.18, The Marine Corps Force Development Planning and Execution Process Manual; and Marine Corps Order S3000.20, The Marine Corps Capabilities Plan. It describes the role of the Marine Corps component within a combatant command or joint task force and provides Marine Corps commanders and their staffs with broad guidance on componency issues. It discusses the role of the Marine Corps component commander and staff, their functions...< Less
Leading Marines (MCWP 6-10) (Formerly MCWP 6-11) By US Marine Corps
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Marine Corps Warfighting Publication MCWP 6-10 (Formerly MCWP 6-11) Leading Marines 2 May 2016 The act of leading Marines is a sacred responsibility and a rewarding experience. This publication... More > describes a leadership philosophy that speaks to who we are as Marines. It is about the relationship between the leader and the led. It is also about the bond between all Marines that is formed in the common forge of selfless service and shared hardships. It’s in this forge where Marines are hardened like steel, and the undefinable spirit that forms the character of our Corps is born. It draws from shared experiences, hardships, and challenges in training and combat. Leading Marines is not meant to be read passively; as you read this publication, think about the material. You should reflect on, discuss, and apply the concepts presented in this publication. Furthermore, it is the responsibility of leaders at all levels to mentor and develop the next generation of Marine leaders.< Less
Marine Corps Values: A User’s Guide for Discussion Leaders - MCTP 6-10B (Formerly MCRP 6-11B) By US Marine Corps
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The User's Guide to Marine Corps Values is to be used as a tool to help ensure that the values of the Corps continue to be reinforced and sustained in all Marines after being formally instilled in... More > entry level training. This document is a compendium of discussion guides developed and used by Marine Corps formal schools. The guides are part of the formal inculcation of values in young Marines, enlisted and officer, during the entry level training process. This guide is designed to be used as a departure point for discussing the topics as a continuation of the process of sustaining values within the Marine Corps.< Less
Marine Air-Ground Task Force Information Operations (MCWP 3-32) (Formerly MCWP 3-40.4) By US Marine Corps
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Marine Air-Ground Task Force Information Operations, operationalizes the Marine Corps Operating Concept for Information Operations. This publication contains doctrine for employment of the various... More > information-related capabilities integrated as information operations in support of the Marine air-ground task force (MAGTF). The purpose of this publication is to provide MAGTF commanders and their staffs guidance in planning, preparing, executing, and assessing information operations in support of the MAGTF’s operational objectives. It gives Marines a warfighter’s orientation to information operations, providing a basis to understand the relevance of information operations and a framework to implement information operations.< Less
Marine Corps Supplement to the Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms - MCRP 1-10.2 (Formerly MCRP 5-12C) By US Marine Corps
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Standardization of military terminology provides for effective communication within the Department of Defense (DOD). Marine Corps acronyms, terms, and definitions that have been accepted for joint... More > usage are included in Joint Publication (JP) 1-02, Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms, (the primary reference for military terms throughout DOD as directed in DOD Directive 5025.12, Standardization of Military and Associated Terminology).< Less
Sustaining the Transformation - MCTP 6-10A (Formerly MCRP 6-11D) By US Marine Corps
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Since our 31st Commandant, General Charles C. Krulak, first published Marine Corps Reference Publication 6-11D, Sustaining the Transformation, in 1999, the Marine Corps has continued our proud... More > tradition of making Marines, winning battles, and returning quality citizens to society. Like all previous generations, Marines today are equally as committed to our time-honored values of honor, courage, and commitment. Marines of the 21st century are among the finest we have ever forged; it is every Marine’s duty to sustain that rich legacy. America trusts its Corps of Marines—we must always strive to preserve that trust. The Marine transformation is forever ingrained in our DNA, from recruit training to Officer Candidates School and throughout the rest of our lives. The transformation to becoming a Marine is often the defining moment in a person’s life.< Less
Aviation Logistics - MCTP 3-20A (Formerly MCWP 3-21.2) By US Marine Corps
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Marine Corps Techniques Publication MCTP 3-20A (Formerly MCWP 3-21.2) Aviation Logistics 2 May 2016 establishes doctrine for planning and executing Marine aviation logistics (AVLOG). It provides the... More > philosophy for employing Marine AVLOG in support of Marine Corps operations. Effective AVLOG is the force multiplier of the Marine air-ground task force’s (MAGTF’s) aviation combat element (ACE). Viable AVLOG support enables the ACE commander to maintain more capable forces in decisive operations longer. Marine AVLOG is an integral part of the MAGTF as it extends the ACE’s operational reach and flexibility.< Less

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