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MCOE SH 21-76 United States Army Ranger Handbook

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The MCOE SH 21-76 (Ranger Handbook) is mainly written for U.S. Army Rangers and other light Infantry units, however it should also serve as a handy reference for other U.S. military units. It covers how Infantry squad- and platoon-sized elements conduct combat operations in varied terrains. It cites other Army resources to ensure continuity. It provides squad and platoon leaders with the roles, tactics, knowledge, and operational requirements to employ combat multipliers in a combat environment. NOTE: Read more

Pocket Physical Training Guide

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This is Pocket Physical Training Guide. The information is provided for individuals preparing for the physical demands of initial military training (IMT). It was written in recognition that both the quality and quantity of physical activity recommended to the individuals using this guide is consistent with current physical activity recommendations for the general public. The fitness components of cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, and body composition are all Read more

Commander’s Legal Handbook

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This guide is designed to assist Commanders with legal situations by helping them recognize and avoid issues or take immediate action necessary to preserve the situation when legal issues arise.

Military Funeral Honors Handbook

This is a military funeral honors handbook.  It can be used to find out information about military funeral honors. This publication prescribes the criteria, policies, processes, procedures and responsibilities for MFH. This publication applies to military and civilians assigned to support the Army National Guard and Army National Guard of the United States when not in the service of the United States. Certain provisions of this publication may continue in effect after individuals and units are called Read more

A Guide For Congressional Inquiries

This is a guide for Congressional Inquiries.  It can be used as a guide for Congressional Inquiries if you have one. This handbook does not replace Army Regulation 1-20, “Legislative Liaison,” or Department of the Army Standing Operating Procedures, “Congressional Actions Responsibilities.” The AR and SOP shall take precedence if information in this handbook conflicts with them. Department of the Army’s policy is to make information promptly available to Members and Committees of Congress Read more

Security Manager’s Handbook USAREC Pamphlet 380-4

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The purpose of this handbook is to provide a handy reference document for security managers that encompasses the major security issues, some of which may not be applicable to all recruiting activities. Information within this pamphlet does not supplement Army regulations, USAREC regulations, other published policies or supplements, and should not be used in lieu of either. It is intended as a guide which can be used in conjunction with appropriate publications. It contains basic information found Read more

U.S. Army Quartermaster Center And School Logistics Training Department Supply Training Handbook

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This Supply Training Handbook will introduce and describe the most important codes applicable to Army units and Supply Support Activities. It will also depict some of the most basic forms associated with Army supply. It is meant to assist Army supply personnel, both military and civilians, at the Corps level and below. Coded data and the Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP): A great deal of supply information is described in coded form. Many of these codes were introduced Read more

Congressional Inquiry Handbook

Department of the Army’s policy is to make information promptly available to Members and Committees of Congress and their staffs. This policy is limited only by pertinent regulations and directives relating to security and protection of individual privacy and to official information that requires protection in the public interest. This handbook does not replace AR 1-20, “Legislative Liaison,” or Department of the Army SOP, “Congressional Actions Responsibilities.” It is simply intended Read more

Warrior Transition Brigade Warrior Handbook

The purpose of this handbook is to provide Warrior Transition BDE (WTB) Warrior’s with guidance on standards of conduct and key policies. This WTB Warrior ’s Handbook applies to all Warriors assigned/attached to the Warrior Transition BDE, Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Reading and familiarization of this handbook is mandatory. The standards will be practiced and enforced during your tenure in the WTB. Military personnel will conduct themselves in a manner to avoid discrediting yourself, the Read more

Initial Entry Training Cadre Spouse Guide Handbook

This handbook is designed to help you as a new cadre spouse member to become ―Family Strong. It provides basic knowledge about Initial Entry Training (IET), new responsibilities of your cadre member, and advice to prepare yourself better for the IET environment. Family readiness is when Families are prepared and equipped with the skills and tools to meet the challenges of military life successfully. We also want to stress that IET is extremely important for our Army as it enables the generating Read more

Establishing a Lessons Learned Program Handbook

This handbook provides leaders and members of an organization with a “how-to” guide for establishing a lessons learned (LL) capability. It promises to detail what the LL process is and how to apply all the available tools to establish your own LL program. Different organizations in the LL community vary terms that are not necessarily consistent. This handbook attempts to simplify and explain these terms to satisfy the development of a generic LL capability. In developing this LL handbook, the Read more

Unit Commander’s Guide to Paying Agents Handbook

Unit commanders have a valuable “bullet in their ammo pouch” of money as a weapons system resources to win on the battlefield—the paying agent. This handbook provides unit commanders, paying agents, and field ordering officers (FOOs) a reference guide on procedures for funding and clearing funds on the battlefield. The following individuals work hand-in-hand, but their responsibilities are separate.  A paying agent is a U.S. military member or Department of Defense civilian employee appointed Read more