This manual discusses major Army operations in an urban environment. This environment, consisting of complex terrain, a concentrated population, and an infrastructure of systems, is an operational environment in which Army forces will operate.
A US Army field manual with overview on doctrinal guide primarily intended for the Theater Airfield Operations Group (TAOG), Airfield Operations Battalion (AOB), and air traffic services (ATS) company commanders, subordinate leaders, and assigned personnel.
A manual intended for the combined arms commander and staff. It encompasses doctrine established in FMs 5-100, 6-20 series, 71-100, 100-5, and 100-7. The doctrine presented in the following chapters seeks to develop the full potential of obstacles as a component of combat power.
A manual that provides guidance for the effective operation and maintenance of swimming pools and associated equipment at Army Installations by personnel assigned to the Directorate of Engineering and Housing organization.
A Field Manual that effectively describes the guiding principles and framework for decisive corps operations. It reflects the hard-earned gains and lessons learned during the conduct of corps operations in Iraq since 2003.
A Field Manual (FM) is the Army’s keystone doctrinal publication for stability operations. It presents overarching doctrinal guidance and direction for conducting stability operations, setting the foundation for developing other fundamentals and tactics, techniques, and procedures detailed in...