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Table I-1. Army DRB Capabilities/Limitations Summary

Table I-2. MEF (FWD) Capabilities/Limitations Summary

Table I-3. Army DRB External Augmentation Requirements

Table I-4. MEF (FWD) External Augmentation Requirements

 

Table II-1. DRB Command Group Functions and Characteristics

Table II-2. DRB Tactical CP Functions and Characteristics

Table II-3. DRB Main CP Functions and Characteristics

Table II-4. DRB Rear CP Functions and Characteristics

Table II-5. DRB Signal Platoon Capabilities/Limitations Summary

Table II-6. DRB Signal Section Capabilities/Limitations Summary

Table II-7. MEF(FWD) DS Communications Company (Reinforced) Capabilities/Limitations Summary

Table II-8. Liaison Requirements from DRB to MEF

Table II-9. Liaison Requirements from MEF to DRB

Table II-10. Liaison Requirements from MEF (FWD) to Corps

Table II-11. Liaison Requirements from Corps to MEF (FWD)

Table II-12. Typical Communications Systems Available from Marine Corps DS Comm Co (Reinforced) and DRB Signal Section

 

Table III-1. DRB Operations Platoon Capabilities

Table III-2. SRIG Intelligence Assets

Table III-3. DRB Collection/EW Capabilities

Table III-4. MEF (FWD) Collection/EW Capabilities

 

Table IV-1. M2 Bradley Fighting Vehicle Characteristics

Table IV-2. M1064A3 (120mm) Mortar Characteristics

Table IV-3. M1A1 Abrams Tank

Table IV-4. DRB Maneuver Spacial Requirements

Table IV-5. Unopposed Movement Rates

Table IV-6. M1/M2 Road March Rates

Table IV-7. MEF (FWD) Mobility Assets

Table IV-8A. AMCI Operations Complementary Capabilities

Table IV-8B. AMCI Operations Complementary Capabilities

Table IV-8C. AMCI Operations Complementary Capabilities

Table IV-8D. AMCI Operations Complementary Capabilities

Table IV-8E. AMCI Operations Complementary Capabilities

Table IV-8F. AMCI Operations Complementary Capabilities

Table IV-9. Major Weapons and Aircraft Summary

 

Table V-1. Army Fire Support Coordination Organizations and Coordinators

Table V-2. Firepower Comparison of MLRS and 155mm Howitzer

Table V-3. MAGTF Fire Support Coordination Agencies and Coordinators

Table V-4. MEF (FWD) Target Acquisition Assets

Table V-5. Inherent Responsibilities of Artillery Standard Tactical Missions

Table V-6. Characteristics of MEF (FWD) and DRB Artillery

Table V-7. MLRS Ammunition Planning Figures

Table V-8. MEF (FWD) Artillery External Communications Net Structure When Operating with Corps

Table V-9. DRB Artillery External Communications Net Structure When Operating with MEF

 

Table VI-1. DRB Engineer Battalion Equipment

Table VI-2. Notional Combat Engineer Company (Reinforced) Equipment in Support of a MEF (FWD) GCE

Table VI-3A. MWSS (Fixed-Wing) Engineer Equipment (NAI)

Table VI-3B. MWSS (Rotary-Wing) Engineer Equipment (NAI)

Table VI-4. Notional Engineer Company (Reinforced) Equipment in Support of a MEF (FWD) CSSE

Table VI-5A. Mobility Tasks

Table VI-5B. Countermobility Tasks

Table VI-5C. Survivability Tasks

Table VI-5D. General Engineering Tasks

Table VI-6. Engineer Command and Support Relationships and Inherent Responsibilities

 

Table VII-1. Army Aviation Augmentation Assets

Table VII-2. Army Aviation Missions

Table VII-3. Army Aviation Capabilities and Limitations

Table VII-4. Aviation Deep Operations GO/NO-GO Planning Matrix

Table VII-5. Asset Capabilities for Antiair Warfare Tasks

Table VII-6. TACP/FACP Personnel

Table VII-7. MEF (FWD) Fixed-Wing Aircraft Capabilities

Table VII-8. MEF (FWD) Rotary-Wing Aircraft Capabilities

Table VII-9. Army Aviation Communications Equipment Summary

Table VII-10. USAF/USMC Fixed-Wing Aircraft Communications Summary

Table VII-11. TACP/FAC Communications Equipment

 

Table VIII-1. Types and Characteristics of Army Air Defense Weapons

Table VIII-2. Inherent Responsibilities of Air Defense Standard Tactical Missions

 

Table IX-1. Classes of Supply

Table IX-2. FSB Supply Company Capabilities/Major Equipment

Table IX-3. MSB Augmentation of DRB

Table IX-4. Supply Company (DS) Major Equipment

Table IX-5. Ammunition Company (DS) Major Equipment

Table IX-6. Maintenance Company (DS) Capabilities

Table IX-7. Maintenance Company (DS) Major Equipment

Table IX-8. Illustrative Class III Consumption Rates



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