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US Army Field Manual
STRATEGY PRIMER  By THE MARINE CORPS WAR COLLEGE

Despite the many who have written on the subject of strategy, a common definition has eluded the experts, as has any consensus on the best process to formulate strategy. Most remarkably, experts on strategic thought still have not discovered a foolproof method for ...Read more >

194 Pages
2.02 MB
36TH COMMANDANTíS PLANNING GUIDANCE  

These principles define our identity as Marines and as a Marine Corps. They are provided here as a reminder of who we are and what we do. Our shared responsibility is to remain true to these enduring principles as we ...Read more >

16 Pages
1.95 MB
THE CYBER DOMAIN: A LEVIATHAN OR GIANT WAITING TO BE SLAIN WITH THE STONE OF DOCTRINE  By MAJ Jason L. Glemser

This monograph examines the Armyís first doctrinal publication to address operations in the cyber domain, FM 3-38 Cyber Electromagnetic Activities (CEMA), to determine if it provides a doctrinal construct to meet emergent threats and rapid technology growth. ...Read more >

68 Pages
997.92 KB
CYBER INFRASTRUCTURE:THE FORGOTTEN VULNERABILITY  By MAJ Michael R. Wacker

Cyber infrastructure is a relatively new topic in the discussion of national security. The advent of cyber as a fifth warfighting domain has elevated the importance of cyber in national security priorities. ...Read more >

77 Pages
743.59 KB
PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS PROCESS TACTICS, TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES  

The seven-phase PSYOP process is a standardized, nonlinear framework by which PSYOP are planned and conducted in support of (ISO) a broad range of ...Read more >

250 Pages
8.53 MB
CYBER ELECTROMAGNETIC ACTIVITIES  

United States forces operate in an increasingly network-based world. The proliferation of information technologies is changing the way humans interact with each other and their environment, including interactions during military ...Read more >

96 Pages
2.18 MB
THE ARMY DISTRIBUTED LEARNING GUIDE  By MARK MACCARLEY

This pamphlet provides managerial guidance on the development of distributed learning (DL) content and courseware; explains the planning, analysis, design, development, and delivery of DL ...Read more >

163 Pages
3.14 MB
ARMY EDUCATIONAL PROCESSES  By MARK MACCARLEY

This new publication provides information to institutions that primarily provide education. It presents general principles of education using analysis, design, development, implementation, and ...Read more >

104 Pages
4.00 MB
PEACE OPERATIONS  By WILLIAM E. GORTNEY

This publication has been prepared under the direction of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. It sets forth joint doctrine to govern the activities and performance of the Armed Forces of the United States in joint operations and provides the doctrinal basis for US military coordination with other US Government departments and agencies during operations and for US military involvement in multinational ...Read more >

114 Pages
796.16 KB
MILITARY HISTORY OPERATIONS  By General Dennis J. Reimer

Military history is the collective memory of a unit or an entire armed force. Its use by units and individuals can teach valuable lessons from their recent past or provide unique insight into more distant times. This enhances unit performance and increases espritde ...Read more >

100 Pages
3.68 MB
ARMY USE OF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM  

This regulation on the Army's use of the electromagnetic spectrum has been revised to update Army policies and responsibilities across the entire range of the electromagnetic spectrum. It mandates the integration and synchronization of Army spectrum management processes with all five phases of the Defense Acquisition System and Department of Defense funding ...Read more >

58 Pages
163.17 KB
COMBAT CAMERA  

Combat Camera (COMCAM) is a force enabler composed of highly trained visual information (VI) professionals prepared to deploy to the most austere operational environments at a moment's notice. Skilled in acquiring and using still and motion imagery, COMCAM forces provide the Secretary of Defense, Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS), combatant commanders, joint task forces (JTFs) and Services a directed ...Read more >

62 Pages
6.87 MB
KEY STRATEGIC ISSUES LIST  By SSI

AY 2013 U.S. ARMY WAR COLLEGE KEY STRATEGIC ISSUES LIST ...Read more >

51 Pages
1.07 MB
RECONNAISSANCE, SECURITY AND TACTICAL ENABLING TASKS  

To understand FM 3-90-2, the reader must understand the doctrinal fundamentals contained in Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) 3-0 and ADP 3-90 and Army Doctrine Reference Publication (ADRP) 3-0 and ADRP 3-90. The reader should understand how the activities described in ADPs and ADRPs 3-07 and 3-28 carry over and impact the conduct of tactical enabling tasks and vice ...Read more >

112 Pages
4.31 MB
COLD REGION OPERATIONS  

When conducting military operations in cold regions, leaders, Soldiers, and Marines must plan to fight two enemies: the cold and the opposing force. Despite the difficulties that cold regions pose, there are armies that have prepared for and can conduct large-scale, sustained operations in cold environments. In contrast, few U.S. Army units or personnel have trained extensively in cold region ...Read more >

114 Pages
19.44 MB
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