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ATTP 3-39.10 Law and Order Operations

ATTP 3-39.10 is aligned with FM 3-39 and the Military Police Corps Regiment’s keystone operational doctrine. It provides guidance for commanders and staffs on military police L&O operations. L&O operations support all elements of full spectrum operations (offensive, defensive, and …Read More

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ATTP 3-34.84 Mulit-Service Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Military Diving Operations

This multi-Service tactics, techniques, and procedures publication provides combatant command, joint force, joint task force, and operational staffs with a comprehensive resource for planning military diving operations. It includes capabilities, limitations, and employment considerations. Military Diving Operations describes United States military …Read More

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ATTP 3-34.80 Geospatial Engineering – Historical Copy Superseded By ATP 3-34.80 – Geospatial Engineering

Geospatial engineering capabilities have experienced significant improvements due to organizational changes, technological advancements, and emerging best practices. Geospatial engineering leverages ever-finer temporal and spatial resolutions from additional sensors and platforms that allow increased volumes and more complex data. New methods …Read More

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ATTP 3-34.39 Camouflage, Concealment, and Decoys – Historical Copy Superseded By ATP 3-37.34 Survivability Operations

This ATTP is intended to help company-level leaders understand the principles and techniques of camouflage, concealment, and decoys (CCD). To remain viable, all units must apply CCD to personnel and equipment. Ignoring a threat’s ability to detect friendly operations on …Read More

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ATTP 3-34.23 Engineer Operations–Echelons Above Brigade Combat Team

ATTP 3-34.23 describes engineer operations at echelons above brigade (EAB) combat team level. It is the engineer doctrinal manual for engineer support to division, corps, and theater army echelons. The manual is an extension of FM 3-34, and is linked …Read More

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ATTP 3-21.90 Tactical Employment of Mortars

This Army and Marine Corps multiservice publication serves as doctrinal reference for the employment of mortar squads, sections, and platoons. It contains guidance on tactics and techniques that mortar units use to execute their part of combat operations described in …Read More

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ATTP 3-21.9 SBCT Infantry Rifle Platoon and Squad

ATTP 3-21.9 describes how the Stryker Brigade Combat Team (SBCT) Infantry rifle platoons and squads fight. It discusses how they operate as Infantry, mounted in their Stryker Infantry carrier vehicles (ICVs), with the ICV in support, and as part of …Read More

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ATTP 3-21.71 Mechanized Infantry Platoon and Squad (Bradley)

This manual provides a doctrinal framework for the Bradley Fighting Vehicle (BFV) equipped Infantry rifle platoon and squads. It addresses the BFV and all variations, rifle platoon and squad combat and noncombat operations, across the spectrum of conflict. Content discussions …Read More

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ATTP 3-21.50 Infantry Small-Unit Mountain Operations

ATTP 3-21.50 provides perspective on Infantry company missions in an operational environment characterized by high-altitudes, rapidly changing climatic conditions, and rugged terrain. It also provides the small-unit leader with guidance on how company-sized units and below can conduct these operations. …Read More

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ATTP 3-20.97 Dismounted Reconnaissance Troop

This ATTP publication provides the doctrinal framework and tactical employment principles for the dismounted reconnaissance troop in the Infantry Brigade Combat Team’s Reconnaissance Squadron. It is a companion to FM 3-21.10, The Infantry Rifle Company, and FM 3-20.971, Reconnaissance and …Read More

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ATTP 3-18.12 Air Assault Operations

ATTP 3-18.12 describes how brigade combat teams (BCTs) and combat aviation brigades (CABs) plan, prepare, and conduct air assault operations. It emphasizes the coordination necessary between these organizations in regards to the planning, preparation, and tactical employment of both elements. …Read More

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ATTP 3-11.36 Multi-service Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Aspects of Command and Control – Historical Copy Superseded By ATP 3-11.36 Multi-service Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Aspects of Command And Control

This publication expands that scope to include the doctrinal employment of chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) capabilities (organizations, personnel, technology, and information) to characterize CBRN threats and hazards, including toxic industrial material (TIM), to the commander and the force. …Read More

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