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*FM 3-100.21 (FM 100-21)
 
 
Field Manual
No. 3-100.21
Headquarters
Department of the Army
Washington, DC, 3 January 2003

Contractors on the Battlefield

Contents

Preface

 

Prologue

 

Chapter 1

Overview

 

Introduction

 

Contractors as a Force-Multiplier

 

Understanding Contractor Support

 

Governing Principles of Contractor Support

 

Habitual Relationships

 

Policy on Use of Contractors

Chapter 2

Planning

 

Introduction

 

Roles and Responsibilities

 

Planning Process

 

Operational Plans

 

Special Considerations

 

Communicating Contractor Requirements

Chapter 3

Deploying/Redeploying

 

Introduction

 

Roles and Responsibilities

 

Predeployment Requirements

 

Predeployment Processing

 

Deployment of Contractor Equipment and Employees

 

Arrival In Theater

Chapter 4

Managing

 

Introduction

 

Roles and Responsibilities

 

Contractor Visibility and Contractor-Employee Accountability

 

Establishing In-Theater Management of Contractors

 

Location and Movement on the Battlefield

 

Contract Compliance

 

Legal Considerations

Chapter 5

Support

 

Introduction

 

Roles and Responsibilities

 

Operational Support to Contractors

 

Other Support

Chapter 6

Force Protection

 

Introduction

 

Roles and Responsibilities

 

Force Protection Guidelines

 

Active Force Protection Measures

 

Passive Force Protection Measures

 

Force Protection/Antiterrorist Threat from Contractors

Appendix A

Contracting Officer Representative Guidelines

Appendix B

Contractor Integration Plan Annex

Appendix C

Example Letter of Authorization/Identification

Appendix D

Health Assessment Questionnaires

 

Glossary

 

Bibliography

  Authentication


DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
*This publication supersedes FM 100-21, 26 March 2000



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