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MAGTF Antiarmor Operations - MCTP 3-01F (Formerly MCWP 3-15.5) By US Marine Corps
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ANTIARMOR OPERATIONS 1. For administrative purposes, FMFM 2-11 is reidentified as MCWP 3-15.5.
MAGTF Network Engagement Activities - MCTP 3-02A By US Marine Corps
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operational environments, which consist of a spectrum of interrelated networks that directly and indirectly affect the mission. Using traditional linear adversarial templates against noncontiguous... More > threats is inadequate to address Marine Corps requirements to operate in the complex environments of today and in the future. Marine Corps Tactical Publication 3-02A, MAGTF Network Engagement Activities, presents planning and execution considerations, capabilities and limitations, and targeting and assessment activities for network engagement across the Marine air-ground task force. It will facilitate the commander’s ability to synchronize operational activities across a noncontiguous battlespace. Network engagement is supportive of existing processes and complementary of effective command and control.< Less
Employment of Amphibious Assault Vehicles (AAVs) - MCTP 3-10C (Formerly MCWP 3-13) By US Marine Corps
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The amphibious assault vehicle (AAV) is employed to conduct mechanized (mech) operations and related combat support in subsequent operations ashore. A fully-tracked amphibian, the AAV is used by the... More > assault amphibian (AA) battalion to accomplish its mission to land the surface assault elements of the landing force (LF) and their equipment in a single lift from assault shipping during amphibious operations to inland objectives. The AA battalion and subordinate units perform the following tasks: �� Transport assault elements, selected equipment, and supplies ashore in mech ship-to-shore movement, and other combat support operations. �� Participate in the planning, coordination, and execution of mech, linkup, riverine, landing, and other operations as directed. �� Use organic weapon systems to provide fire support during amphibious operations. �� Provide support by clearing lanes through minefields and other obstacles during amphibious operations and subsequent operations ashore.< Less
Fire Support Coordination in the Ground Combat Element - MCTP 3-10F (Formerly MCWP 3-16) By US Marine Corps
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Marine Corps Techniques Publication MCTP 3-10F (Formerly MCWP 3-16) Fire Support Coordination in the Ground Combat Element 2 May 2016, is a framework for coordinating and employing supporting arms in... More > consonance with maneuver elements. While this publication covers many aspects of fire support, it focuses on fire support coordination in the infantry division, regiment, and battalion. The doctrine applies across the full range of military operations—from humanitarian assistance to a major theater war. Fire support doctrine is based on a common understanding of the nature of war and on our warfighting philosophy as described in Marine Corps Doctrinal Publication (MCDP) 1, Warfighting. This doctrine provides for fast, flexible, and decisive action in a complex environment characterized by friction, uncertainty, fluidity, and rapid change.< 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
Air Reconnaissance - MCTP 3-20G (Formerly MCWP 3-26) By US Marine Corps
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Air reconnaissance supports the Marine air-ground task force’s (MAGTF’s) intelligence warfighting function because it provides critical intelligence that supports the MAGTF’s... More > operational planning process. The MAGTF commander uses air reconnaissance to gain intelligence that is vital to the shaping of the battlespace. This intelligence assists the commander in understanding the tactical situation, alerts him to new opportunities, and allows him to assess the effects of MAGTF operations on the threat. Through the proper use of manned and unmanned air reconnaissance assets, commanders within the MAGTF can maximize their forces’ effectiveness by optimizing friendly strengths and exploiting the threat’s critical vulnerabilities.< Less
Information Management - MCTP 3-30B (Formerly MCWP 3-40.2) By US Marine Corps
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Information management by itself is an enabler of command and control rather than a discrete element of it. The pillars of command and control are people; information; and the command and control... More > (C2) support structure, which includes organizations, procedures, equipment, facilities, training, education, and doctrine. Figure 1-1 depicts the information flow of these elements. Marine Corps Doctrinal Publication (MCDP) 6, Command and Control, refers to information management; however, it provides no specific definition for it and focuses instead on the definition and elements of command and control conceptually. This publication, however, focuses on information management (IM) processes and procedures as a C2 enabler, integrating people and technology with efficient processes for improved commander situational awareness and focusing information for decisions at the operational and tactical levels of war.< Less
Rear Area Operations - MCTP 3-30C (Formerly MCWP 3-41.1) By US Marine Corps
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The principles and planning considerations discussed in this publication are applicable to the Marine Corps component and all MAGTFs and their subordinate commands. This publication identifies the... More > functions that occur within the rear area, which are integrated within the warfighting functions, to support the conduct of the single battle. It also discusses the command and control of rear area operations from the joint level to individual bases, planning considerations, and the execution of the rear area operations functions. This publication does not provide detailed tactics, techniques, or procedures for rear area security.< Less
Health Service Support Operations - MCTP 3-40A (Formerly MCWP 4-11.1) By US Marine Corps
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Health Service Support Operations, disseminates information on the mission, functions, structure, and concept of employment of HSS units. This publication provides overarching doctrine and... More > establishes a practical approach to HSS from the perspective of the commander or staff officer who can apply it without any significant medical background. This publication establishes general guidance that requires judgment in application. Lower-level tactics, techniques, and procedures for specific application will be published in Marine Corps Reference Publication 4-11.1E, Health Service Support Field Reference Guide. This MCWP pertains equally to senior commanders and small-unit leaders. This publication supersedes MCWP 4-11.1, Health Service Support Operations, dated 10 March 1998.< Less
Tactical-Level Logistics - MCTP 3-40B By US Marine Corps
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Marine Corps Tactical Publication 3-40B expands upon MCWP 4-1, Logistics Operations, and provides detailed guidance to Marine Corps logisticians for the conduct of tactical-level logistics. This... More > publication is primarily intended for commanders and their staffs who are responsible for planning and conducting logistic operations support at the tactical level of war. The secondary audience is commanders and staff officers who require logistic support or who will benefit from a greater understanding of this support at the tactical level. This publication supersedes MCWP 4-11, Tactical-Level Logistics, dated 13 June 2000.< Less

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