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WORLD WIDE EQUIPMENT GUIDE:
A. THINGS YOU SHOULD REVIEW:
1. TROOP LEADING PROCEDURES (FM 3-21.10)
Receive the mission
Issue a warning Order
Make a tentative plan
Initiate necessary movement
Conduct Recon
Complete the plan
Issue Complete order
Supervise
2. STEPS OF IPB (Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield)(FM 34-130)
Define the Battlefield Environment
Describe the Battlefield's Effects
Evaluate the Threat
Determine Threat COA's
3. MOVEMENT FORMATIONS AND TECHNIQUES (FM 3-90.1)
Column
Wedge
Vee
Line
File
Echelon
Coil and Heringbone

Traveling
Traveling Overwatch
Bounding Overwatch
Alternate
Successive

4. PRINCIPLES OF WAR (FM 3-0)
Objective
Offensive
Mass
Economy of Force
Maneuver
Unity of Command
Security
Surprise
Simplicity
5. CHARACTERISTICS OF DEFENSIVE OPERATIONS (FM 3-0)
Preparation
Security
Disruption
Massing Effects
Flexibility
6. CHARACTERISTICS OF OFFENSIVE OPERATIONS (FM 3-0)
Surprise
Concentration
Audacity
Tempo
7. FORMS OF MANEUVER (FM 3.90)
Envelopment
Turning Movement
Infiltration
Penetration
Frontal Attack
8. TENETS OF BREACHING OPERATIONS (FM 3-21.10)
Intelligence
Breach Fundamentals
Breach Organization
Mass
Synchronization
9. FUNDAMENTALS OF BREACHING (FM 3-21.10)
Suppress
Obscure
Secure
Reduce
Assault
10. ELEMENTS OF COMBAT POWER (FM 3-0)
Maneuver
Firepower
Protection
Leadership
Information OPS
11. THE LEVELS OF WAR (FM 3-0)
Strategic
Operational
Tactical
12. THE WARFIGHTING FUNCTIONS (FM 3-21.10)
Intelligence
Movement and Maneuver
Fire Support
Protection
Sustainment
Command and Control
13. OAKOC (FM 34-130/FM 3-21.10)
Observations
Avenues of Approach
Key Terrain
Obstacles
Cover and Concealment
14. WEAPONS CONTROL STATUS (FM 3-90.1)
Weapons Free
Weapons Tight
Weapons Hold
15. 5 Paragraph Operations Order Format

16. CCIR

17. Mission Variables

B. YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO DEFINE AND GRAPHICALLY DEPICT THE FOLLOWING TERMS: REFERENCE FM 1-02 AND FM 3-21.10 SECURE: A tactical mission task that involves preventing a unit facility or geographical location from being damaged or destroyed as a result of enemy action SUPPRESS: A tactical mission task that results in the temporary degradation of the performance of a force or weapon system below the level needed to accomplish the mission CLEAR: A tactical mission task that requires the commander to remove all enemy forces and eliminate organized resistance in an assigned area AMBUSH: A form of attack by fire or other destructive means from concealed positions on a moving or temporarily halted enemy DESTROY: A tactical mission task that physically renders and enemy force combat ineffective until it is reconstituted DELAY: A form of retrograde in which a force under pressure trades space for time by slowing the enemy's momentum and inflicting maximum damage on the enemy without, in principle, becoming decisively engaged. NEUTRALIZE: To render enemy personnel or material incapable of interfering with a particular operation DISRUPT: A tactical mission task in which a commander integrates direct and indirect fires, terrain and obstacles to upset an enemy's formation or tempo, interrupt his timetable, cause his forces to commit prematurely or attack in piece meal fashion CONTAIN: A tactical mission task that requires the commander to stop, hold, or surround enemy forces or to cause them to center their activity on a given front and prevent them withdrawing any part of their forces for use elsewhere FIX: A tactical mission task where a commander prevents enemy from moving and part of his force from a specific location for a specific period of time FPF: An immediately available prearranged barrier of fire designed to...
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