Q&a | AskTOP.net - Leader Development for Army Professionals
Visit MentorMilitary.com

ATTP 3-06.11 Combined Arms Operations in Urban Terrain – Supersedes FM 3-06.11 (Previously FM 90-10-1) Combined Arms Operations in Urban Terrain

Get Tabbed - How to Graduated Army Ranger School

ATTP 3-06.11 establishes doctrine for combined arms operations in urban terrain for the brigade combat team (BCT) and battalion/squadron commanders and staffs, company/troop commanders, small-unit leaders, and individual Soldiers. The urban environment, consisting of complex terrain, dense populations, and integrated infrastructures, is the predominant operational environment in which Army forces currently operate. It describes the fundamental principles, tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP) of urban operations (UO) across full spectrum operations, using the UO operational construct (understand, shape, engage, consolidate, and transition) to outline the discussions. It primarily addresses offensive and defensive operations in an urban environment. Stability operations are briefly discussed in the context of transition considerations.

NOTES: ATTP 3-06.11 Combined Arms Operations in Urban Terrain  supersedes FM 3-06.11 (Previously FM 90-10-1) Combined Arms Operations in Urban Terrain

CLICK TO DOWNLOAD

You might be interested in…

Company Command: The Bottom Line - Army Leadership Guide

Disclaimer: Though all content posted on AskTOP.net is reviewed by our qualified subject matter experts, you should not make decisions based solely on the information contained in this post. Use information from multiple sources when making important professional decisions. This is not an official government website.

Leave a Comment

We will never publish or sell your email address, nor will we ever send you information you have not requested.