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SOVIET ARMED FORCES

Subcourse Number IS3003

US Army Intelligence Center and School

Fort Huachuca, Arizona 85613-7000

4 Credit Hours

Edition Date: June 1990

This subcourse familiarizes you with Soviet armed forces doctrine, tactics, organization, and equipment in relation to tactical operations and employment of forces.

There are no prerequisites for this subcourse.

This subcourse reflects the doctrine which was current at the time the subcourse was prepared. In your own words situation, always refer to the latest publication.

The words "he," "his," "him," and "man" used in this publication, represent both the masculine and feminine genders unless otherwise stated.

 

TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES

TASKS:

Understand the threat posed to United States armed forces by the growth and power of Soviet armed forces, and Soviet offensive formations; and types of maneuver emphasizing tactical offensive operations. Soviet defensive doctrine; emphasizing hasty and prepared defenses. Soviet special operations; emphasizing airborne, air assault, airmobile, Military Transport Aviation, and naval infantry forces.

CONDITIONS:

As an intelligence officer you are required to be the commander's expert on the enemy. At any and all times it is your responsibility to know where and what the enemy is doing and is planning to do.

STANDARDS:

You must report enemy tactics, weapons, and organization according to doctrine and the situation in accordance with FM 100-2-1, FM 100-2-2, and FM 100-2-3.


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