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TC 7-101 Exercise Design

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This TC outlines a methodology for designing and executing training exercises. It describes planning procedures and methodologies, responsibilities, and analysis for those who plan and control Army exercises intended as culminating collective training events that critically assess unit-training status. Collective training is part of unit training. It is performance oriented and a command responsibility executed by leaders at all echelons. As a continuous process executed in accordance with a formal Read more

TC 7-100 Hybrid Threat

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The purpose of this TC is to describe hybrid threats and summarize the manner in which such future threats may operationally organize to fight U.S. forces. It also outlines the strategy, operations, tactics, and organization of the Hybrid Threat that represents a composite of actual threat forces as an opposing force (OPFOR) for training exercises. It addresses an emerging category of threats and activities that do not fit into the traditional understanding of conventional and unconventional war. Read more

TC 55-88-1 Rail Handbook for Air Brake and Train Handling Rules

This handbook provides rules on air brake and train handling (ABTH) for train crew members conducting rail operations on continental United States Department of Defense installations.

TC 55-60-18 Training Program for the Kalmar 53,000-Pound Rough Terrain Container Handler (RTCH)

This TC provides a training program for the Kalmar 53,000-pound Rough Terrain Container Handler (RTCH) according to AR 600-55. It provides standardized training and testing in the operation, preventive maintenance, and safety of this vehicle. It stresses hands-on training with very little classroom instruction. It also does not include any theater-unique requirements. During the development of it, it was assumed that each driver candidate would have a state driver’s license, have completed accident Read more

TC 55-509 Marine Engineman’s Handbook

This TC provides information on the principles of operation and maintenance of marine diesel engines, auxiliary equipment, and related systems. General instructions and precautions requiring special attention are included for guidance for those responsible for training personnel. No attempt has been made to cover all unit models. Specific technical manuals, lubrication orders, or manufacturer’s instructions issued with equipment will fully cover required operational and maintenance procedures.  Read more

TC 3-04.93 Aeromedical Training for Flight Personnel – Supersedes FM 3-04.301

This manual is intended for use by all Army crewmembers in meeting requirements set forth in AR 95-1, TC 3-04.11, and other appropriate aircrew training manuals. With the development of more sophisticated aircraft and weapons systems, Army crewmembers must be capable of operating these systems around the clock, in austere environments, and under adverse conditions. The hazards of stress and fatigue in combat operations and concept of operations will eventually take a toll in aircrew performance and Read more

TC 3-04.81 Air Traffic Control Facility Operations, Training, Maintenance, and Standardization – Supersedes FM 3-04.303

TC 3-04.81 provides administrative and operational standards for U.S. Army air traffic control (ATC) facilities and units. It consists of two parts—part one applies to installation (fixed) ATC facilities only and part two applies to tactical ATC facilities. It supplements applicable Department of the Army (DA), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) publications; Air and Space Interoperability Council (ASIC) Air Standards; and North Atlantic Read more

TC 3-04.72 Aviation Life Support System Management Program – Supersedes FM 3-04.508

TC 3-04.72 provides technical information concerning Aviation Life Support System (ALSS) management and training programs. It is designed for commanders, their staffs, small unit leaders, and technicians who have responsibility for ALSS management. Aviation life support equipment (ALSE) enhances and sustains the safety of aircrews and passengers throughout the flight environment. ALSE incorporates comfort into items designed to provide individuals with an increased degree of survivability and recovery Read more

TC 3-04.7 Army Aviation Maintenance – Supersedes FM 3-04.500

TC 3-04.7 outlines requirements concerning aviation maintenance structure, organizations, and functions. The intended audiences are aviation maintenance commanders, leaders, officers, technicians, noncommissioned officers (NCOs), and aircraft repair and maintenance personnel. Commanders must consider the contents of this document and the particular circumstances in which they find themselves (national military objectives, available forces, threat capabilities, and rules of engagements) when planning Read more

TC 3-04.35 Aircrew Training Manual, Utility Helicopter, MI-17 Series – Change 1

This is only Change 1 to FM 3-23.35. It is not the complete FM. Download Only Change 1 to TC 3-04.35 Aircrew Training Manual, Utility Helicopter, MI-17 Series Click Below: Download Full TC 3-04.35 Aircrew Training Manual, Utility Helicopter, MI-17 Series including Change 1 Click Below:

TC 3-04.35 Aircrew Training Manual, Utility Helicopter, MI-17 Series – Includes Change 1

This TC standardizes aircrew training programs and flight evaluation procedures. It provides specific guidelines for executing Mi-17 aircrew training. It establishes crewmember qualification, refresher, mission, and continuation training and evaluation requirements. It applies to all Mi-17 crewmembers and their commanders. This is not a stand-alone document. All requirements of Army regulations and TC 3-04.11 must be met. The operator’s manual is the governing authority for the operation of the Read more

TC 3-04.11 Commander’s Aircrew Training Program for Individual, Crew, and Collective Training

This TC is the keystone publication for the Army ATM series of publications and establishes the requirements for a unit ATP. Based on the battle-focused training principles outlined in ADP 7-0 and the Combined Arms Training Strategy (CATS), it will help commanders at all levels develop, manage, and administer a comprehensive ATP. The ATP is an assembly of training requirements organized to fulfill the broad, overall training goals of aviation commanders supervising rated, nonrated, and noncrewmember Read more

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