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*FM 11-41

Field Manual
No 11-41
Headquarters
Department of the Army
Washington, DC, 18 December 1991

FM 11-41

SIGNAL SUPPORT: ECHELONS CORPS AND BELOW (ECB)

Table of Contents


Preface

Chapter 1 - Foundations of Signal Support Echelons Corps and Below

1-1. Signal Support

1-2. The Threat

1-3. The Operational Continuum

1-4. The Levels of War

1-6. Signal Support Task

Chapter 2 - Supporting the Force (Corps)

2-1. The Corps Environment

2-2. Signal Support Responsibilities

2-3. C2 Support

Chapter 3 - Supporting the Force (Division)

3-1. The Brigade/Battalion Environment

3-2. Signal Support Responsibilities

3-3. C2 Support

Chapter 4 - Supporting the Force (Brigade/Battalion)

4-1. The Brigade/Battalion Environment

4-2. Signal Support Responsibilities

4-3. C2 Support

Chapter 5 - Automation Support

5-1. The Army Tactical Command and Control System

5-2. Battlefield Functional Areas/Battlefield Automated Systems

5-3. Signal Support Personnel

Chapter 6 - Visual Information Support

Section I - Operations and Organization

6-1. Policies

6-2. Responsibilities

Section II - Theater

6-3. Responsibilities

6-4. Organization

6-5. Functions

6-6. Equipment and Services

Section III - Corps

6-7. Responsibilities

6-8. Organization

6-9. Functions

6-10. Equipment and Services

Section IV - Division

6-11. Responsibilities

6-12. Organization

6-13. Functions

6-14. Equipment and Services

Section V - Brigade and Below

6-15. Responsibilities

6-16. Organization

6-17. Functions

6-18. Equipment and Services

Chapter 7 - Information Services Support

7-1. Background

7-2. The Corps ISSO

7-3. The Corps ISSO Organization

7-4. The Corps ISSO Key Personnel

Appendix A - Signal Staff and Responsibilities (Corps)

Appendix B - ATACS Signal Brigade Structure

Appendix C - Signal Battalion Responsibilities (Division)

Appendix D - ATACS Doctrinal Employment

Appendix E - Signal Support Guidelines

Glossary

References

Authorization Letter


Unless this publication states otherwise, masculine nouns and pronouns do not refer exclusively to men.

DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.

*This publication supersedes FM 11-92, 1 November 1978.



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