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All-In Fighting by Capt. W. E. Fairbairn (1942) - This book will undoubtedly bebome the classic work on all-in fighting, a subject of paramount importance to-day when the proportion of individual fighting is large and every soldier, sailor, airman and CIVILIAN may be called on to defend him/herself in sudden emergencies. All-In Fighting gives the necessary confidence, determination and ruthlessness to gain victory.

Bobbytraps FM 5-31 - A booby trap is a device or setup that is intended to kill, harm, or surprise a person or animal. It is triggered by the presence or actions of the victim and sometimes has some form of bait designed to lure the victim towards it. The trap may be set to act upon trespassers that enter restricted areas, and it can be triggered when the victim performs an action. It can also be triggered by vehicles driving along a road, as in the case of improvised explosive devices.

Camouflage FM 5-20 - This manual provides a comprehensive reference and guide in all aspects of camouflage. It describes in detail the principles in-volved in concealing or disguising troops, vehicles, weapons, and field installations. The last chapter discusses the planning for and the knowledge of camouflage teach him how to esoperation of decoys and decoy installations. For technical information regarding the natural and artificial materials and equipment available for both concealment and visual deception.

Camouflage, Concealment, And Decoys FM 20-3 - This field manual (FM) 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 the battlefield is shortsighted and dangerous. Friendly units enhance their survivability capabilities if they are well versed in CCD principles and techniques.

Combat Skills of the Soldier FM 21-75 - This manual is dedicated to the soldier — the key to success on the battlefield. Wars are not won by machines and weapons but by the soldiers who use them. Even the best equipped army cannot win without motivated and well-trained soldiers. If the US Army is to win the next war, its soldiers must be motivated by inspired leadership, and they must know how to do their jobs and survive on the battlefield.

Combined-Arms Breaching Operations FM 3-34.2 (FM 90-13-1) - FM 3-34.2 provides combined-arms commanders, from company to brigade, and their staffs with the doctrine, tactics, and techniques needed to successfully overcome obstacles. It provides the commander with breaching fundamentals and information for planning, preparing, and executing breaching operations. This manual gives the coordinating and special staff officer a basis for synchronizing all combat multipliers during a breaching operation.

Counterinsurgency Operations FMI 3-07.22 - This FMI establishes doctrine (fundamental principles and TTP) for military operations in a counterinsurgency environment. It is based on existing doctrine and lessons learned from recent combat operations. Additional counterinsurgency doctrine is being developed. It will be combined with the doctrine in this FMI and published as an FM prior to October 2006. Send any comments to the Combined Arms Center at Fort Leavenworth per instructions in the proponent statement below.

Field Fortifications FM 5-15 - This manual is a training guide for small units in the construction of field fortifications, including protected firing positions for weapons, personnel shelters, and defensive obstacles.

Field Hygiene And Sanitation - The purpose of this publication is to assist individual service members, unit commanders, unit leaders, and field sanitation teams (FSTs) in preventing disease and nonbattle injury (DNBI). The publication provides information on preventive medicine measures (PMM) for the individual service member as well as essential information for the unit commander, unit leaders, and the FST on applying unit-level PMM.

Forward Arming and Refueling Point FM 3-04.104 - This FM describes forward arming and refueling point (FARP) operations. It provides aviation commanders, staff elements, and Class III and V personnel with a comprehensive view of the purpose, organization, and operation of the FARP. It also describes planning considerations for setup of the FARP as well as transportation planning for Class III and V products.

Hand to Hand Combat Deal the First Deadly Blow FM 21-150 - This manual contains information and guidance pertaining to rifle-bayonet fighting and hand-to-hand combat.

Infantry Rifle Platoon And Squad FM 7-8 - This manual provides doctrine, tactics, techniques and procedures on how infantry rifle platoons and squads fight. Infantry rifle platoons and squads include infantry, airborne, air assault, ranger, and light infantry platoons and squads.

Jungle Operations FM 90-5 - This chapter introduces jungle environments—where they are found and what they are like. Later chapters build on this information, providing guidance on fighting and living in the jungle.

Marine Corps Field Feeding Program MCRP 4-11.8A - The Marine Corps field feeding program (MCFFP) supports the Marine air-ground task force (MAGTF) in an expeditionary environment through flexibility in feeding methods. The MCFFP furnishes the capability to provide Marines the right meal, at the right place, at the right time. Feeding methods, rations, and equipment described provide commanders a variety of options to support sustained feeding operations in an expeditionary environment.

Medical Evacuation In A Theater Of Operations FM 8-10-6 - This field manual (FM) provides the philosophy of and doctrine for medical evacuation in a theater of operations (TO). Tactics, techniques, and procedures for accomplishing the medical evacuation of sick, injured, or wounded soldiers are included. Medical evacuation, with the provision of en route medical care, is a vital link in the continuum of care from the point of injury through the combat health support (CHS) system to medical treatment facilities (MTFs) with the required definitive or restorative medical treatment capabilities.

Military Operations on Urbanized Terrain (MOUT) FM 90-10 - Tactical doctrine stresses that urban combat operations are conducted only when required and that built-up areas are isolated and bypassed rather than risking a costly, time-consuming operation in this difficult environment. Adherence to these precepts, though valid, is becoming increasingly difficult as urban sprawl changes the face of the battlefield.

Military Police Law And Order Operations FM 19-10 - One of the most important missions the Army has is to maintain its readiness. Unit readiness rests on the morale, discipline, and training of its soldiers. It rests equally on having quality soldiers and their families feel good about life in the Army community. Our soldiers and their families must have a safe and secure environment in which to live, work, and train. The military police (MP) accept that challenge daily.

Mountain Operations FM 3-97.6 (90-6) - FM 3-97.6 describes the tactics, techniques, and procedures that the United States (US) Army uses to fight in mountainous regions. It is directly linked to doctrinal principles found in FM 3-0 and FM 3-100.40 and should be used in conjunction with them. It provides key information and considerations for commanders and staffs regarding how mountains affect personnel, equipment, and operations. It also assists them in planning, preparing, and executing operations, battles, and engagements in a mountainous environment.

Physical Security FM 3-19.30 (FM 19-30) - This field manual (FM) sets forth guidance for all personnel responsible for physical security. It is the basic reference for training security personnel. It is intended to be a “one-stop” physical security source for the Department of Defense (DOD), the Department of the Army (DA), and other proponents and agencies of physical security.

Rifle Marksmanship MCRP 3-01A - All Marines share a common warfighting belief: "Every Marine a rifleman." This simple credo reinforces the belief that all Marines are forged from a common experience, share a common set of values, and are trained as members of an expeditionary force in readiness. As such, there are no "rear area" Marines, and no one is very far from the fighting during expeditionary operations. The Marine rifleman of the next conflict will be as in past conflicts: among the first to confront the enemy and the last to hang his weapon in the rack after the conflict is won.

Scouting and Patrolling MCWP 3-11.3 - Marine Corps Warfighting Publication (MCWP) 3-11.3, Scouting and Patrolling, provides the doctrinal foundation and the tactics, techniques, and procedures for scouting and patrolling conducted by Marines from the fire team to the company level. Although the information focuses on infantry units, much of the information is also applicable to combat support units that are assigned patrolling missions.

Soldiers Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Awareness Guide TC 9-21-01(093-89D-01) - The purpose of this guide is to give Commanders, Leaders and Soldiers a training tool representing some of the Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) used in both the Iraq and Afghanistan theaters of operation.

Staff Organization And Operations FM 101-5 - This publication is the Army's capstone manual for staff organization and operations of major tactical and major tactical support commands at corps level and below. Field Manual (FM) 101-5 describes basic doctrine of the roles, relationships, organization, and responsibilities of staffs in the United States (US) Army.

The Guerrilla and How to Fight Him FMFRP 12-25 - Two weapons today threaten freedom in our world. One - the 100-megaton hydrogen bomb-required vast resources of technology, effort, and money. It is the ultimate weapon of civilized and scientific man. The other-a nail and piece of wood burried in a rice paddy-is deceptively simple, the weapon of a peasant.

Tactics FM 3-90 - FM 3-90 introduces the basic concepts and control measures associated with the art of tactics. It cannot be read in isolation. To understand FM 3-90, the reader must understand the operational art, principles of war, and links between the operational and tactical levels of war described in FM 3-0, Operations.

Training For Urban Operations TRAINING CIRCULAR 90-1 - This training circular is a training support package for training urban operations. It provides guidance for leaders conducting training in urban environments across the full spectrum of Army operations: offense, defense, stability, and support. The focus of this circular is on effective usage of the home station urban training facilities: Urban Assault Course (UAC), Shoot House (SH), Breach Facility (BF), and Combined Arms Collective Training Facility (CACTF). Although the primary focus of this circular is on the four primary home station facilities, with modification it can also support urban training in nonstandard facilities.

Unit Training Management Guide MCRP 3-0A - Marine Corps Reference Publication (MCRP) 3-0A, Unit Training Management Guide, assists unit commanders and their staffs in the preparation of unit training programs. It provides a background on the philosophy, principles, and policies of the Marine Corps training management system. It also provides guidance on how to support and evaluate training plans.

Urban Operations FM 3-06 (FM 90-10) - Doctrine provides a military organization with a common philosophy, a language, a purpose, and unity of effort. To this end, FM 3-06 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.

Simple Sabotage Field Manual - This Simple Sabotage Field Manual — Strategic Services (Provisional) — is published for the information and guidance of all concerned and will be used as the basic doctrine for Strategic Services training for this subject.