VEHICLE RECOGNITION (THREAT ARMOR)
Subcourse Number IN0534
UNITED STATES ARMY INFANTRY SCHOOL
FORT BENNING, GEORGIA 31905-5593
5 Credit Hours
Edition Date: November 1995
This subcourse is designed to teach you to identify threat heavy and light armored vehicles, and their capabilities.
There are no prerequisites for this subcourse. The school recognizes that the unification of Germany has occurred. We have depicted references to enter eastern Germany as (East) Germany. Also, the term Warsaw Pact is continued in the subcourse which may be no longer valid.
This subcourse reflects the doctrine that was current at the time it was prepared. In your work situation, always refer to the latest publications.
The words "he," "him," "his," and "men," when used in this publication, represent both the masculine and feminine genders unless otherwise stated.
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE
|ACTIONS:||Recognize and Identify threat heavy and light armored vehicles and their capabilities.|
|CONDITIONS:||You will have information from FM 100-2-3 (CD), Jane's Armour and Artillery 1989-1990, and the Soviet and Warsaw Pact Equipment Handbook, Revision 1.|
|STANDARDS:||You will identify threat heavy and light armored vehicles and their capabilities in accordance with FM 100-2-3 (CD), Jane's Armour and Artillery 1989-1990, and the Soviet and Warsaw Pact Equipment Handbook, Revision 1.|
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Armored Command Reconnaissance Vehicle (ACRV)
2. Airborne Combat Vehicle (ACV)
3. Armored Personnel Carriers (APCs)
4. Amphibious Reconnaissance Vehicles (ARVs)
5. Amphibious Scout Cars (ASCs)
6. Infantry Combat Vehicles (ICVs)
7. Infantry Fighting Vehicles (IFVs)
8. Light Amphibious Tank (LAT)
9. Mountaineers Combat Vehicle (MCV)
10. Mechanized Infantry Combat Vehicle (MICV)
11. Multipurpose Tracked Vehicle (MTV)
12. Tank Destroyers (TDs)
13. Tracked Artillery Radar and Reconnaissance Vehicles