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Bibliography

The bibliography lists field manuals published with new numbers followed by old number.

DOCUMENTS NEEDED

These documents must be available to the intended users of this publication.
JP 1-02. Department of Defene Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. June 1999. [Online] Available http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/jel/doddict/
FM 1-02/MCRP 5-2A. Operational Tms and Symbols (Drag Draft). 21 February 2003.

READINGS RECOMMENDED

These sources contain relevant supplemental information.

ARMY PUBLICATIONS

Most Army doctrinal publications are available online: http://155.217.58.58/atdls.htm
AR 381-10. US Amy Intelligence Ativities. 1 July 1984.
AR 381-12. Subversion and Espionage Directed Against the U.S. Army (SAEDA). 15 January 1993.
AR 381-20. The Army Counterintelligence Pogram. 15 November 1993.
AR 611-6. Amy Linguist Management. 16 February 1996.
AR 715-9. Contractors Accompanying the Force. 29 October 1999.
FM 1 (100-1). The Army. 14 June 2001.
FM 2-19.402. STRYKER Bigade Combat Team Intelligence Operations. 1 March 2003.
FM 2-19.602. Surveillance Toop. 1 March 2003.
FM 2-33.5/ST. Intelligence Rach Operations. 1 June 2001.
FM 3-0. Operations. 14 June 2001.
FM 3-05.102. Army Special Operation Forces Intelligence. 31 August 2001 (formerly FM 34-36).
FM 3-05.30. Psychological Operations. 19 June 2000.
FM 3-06.11. Combined Arm Operations in Urban Terrain. 28 February 2002.
FM 3-13. Information Operations. 28 November 2003 (formerly FM 100-6).
FM 3-19. NBC Reconnaissance. 19 November 1993.
FM 3-19.1. Military Police Operations. 22 March 2001.
FM 3-19.4. Military Police Leaders’ Handbook. 4 March 2002.
FM 3-19.40. Military Plice Internment/Resettlement Operaions. 30 September 1987.
FM 3-20.98. Recnnaissance Platoon. May 2001.
FM 34-2. Collection Management and Synchronizaion Planning. 8 March 1994.
FM 34-52. (FM 2-22-3) Human Inellignce. 28 September 1992.
FM 3-90. Tactics. 4 July 2001.
FM 3-90.3. The Mounted Brigade Combat Team. 1 November 2001.
FM 3-100.4. Envionmenal Considerations in Miliary Operatins. 15 June 2000, Change 1, 11 May 2001.
FM 3-100.21. Contractors on the Batlefield. 26 March 2000.
FM 5-170. Enginer Reconnaissance. 5 May 1998.
FM 6-0. Mission Command: Command and Control of Army Forces. 11 August 2003.
FM 6-20-10. Tactics. Tchniques, and Pocedures for the Targeing Pocess. 8 May 1996.
FM 6-121. Tactics, Techniques, and Proedures for Field Artillery Target Acquisition. 25 September 1990.
FM 7-0. Training the Fore. 22 October 2002.
FM 7-10. The Infantry Rifle Company. 14 December 1990.
FM 7-15. Army Universal Task List. 31 August 2003.
FM 7-92. The Infantry Reconnaissance Platoon and Squad (Airborne, Air Assault, Light Infanry). 23 December 1992.
FM 7-100. Opposing Frce Docrinal Famework and Strategy. 1 May 2003.
FM 17-97. Cavalry Troop. 3 October 1995.
FM 17-98. Scout Platoon. 10 April 1999.
FM 19-1. Military Plice Support for the Airland Battle. 23 May 1988.
FM 27-10. The Law of Land Warfare. 18 July 1956.
FM 31-20-5. Special Reconnaissance Tactics, Techniques, and Pocedures for Special Forces. 23 March 1993.
FM 34-2-1. Tactics, Techniques, and Pocedures for Reconnaissance and Surveillance and Intelligence to Counterreconnaissance. 19 June 1991.
FM 34-3. Intelligence Analyis. 15 March 1990.
FM 34-8-2. ntelligence Officer’s Handbook. 1 May 1998.
FM 34-10. Division Intelligence and Electronic Wafare Operations. 25 November 1986.
FM 34-25. Corps Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Opeations. 30 September 1987.
FM 34-37. Echelons Above Corps (EAC) Intelligence and Eltroni Warfare (IEW) Opeations. 15 January 1991.
FM 34-54. Technical Intelligence. 30 January 1998.
FM 34-80. Bigade and Battalion Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operaions. 15 April 1986.
FM 34-130. ntelligenc Peparation of the Battlefield. 8 July 1994.
FM 4-0. Combat Service Support. 29 August 2003.
FM 41-10. Civil Affais Operations. 14 February 2000.
FM 100-25. Doctrine for Army Special Operations Forces. August 1999.
FM 101-5. Staff Organization and Operations. 31 May 1997.
FM 101-5-1. Operational Terms and Gaphics. 30 September 1997.
FM 101-5-2. US Army Report and Mesage Formats. 29 June 1999.
ST 2-22.7. Tactical Human Intelligence and Counterinelligence Operations. April 2002.
ST 2-33.5. Intelligence Reach Opeations. 1 June 2001.
ST 2-50 . Intelligenc and Electronic Warfare Assets. June 2002.
ST 2-50.4. Combat Commanders’ Handbook on Intelligence. September 2001 (formerly FM 34-81, 28 September 1992).

JOINT PUBLICATIONS

Most joint publications are available online: http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/jel/
JP 0-2. Unifid Action Armed Forces (UNAAF). 10 July 2001.
JP 1. Joint Warfare for the US Armed Forces. 14 November 2000.
JP 1-06. Joint Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Financial Management During Joint Operations. 22 December 1999.
JP 2-0. Joint Doctrine for Intelligence to Operations. January 2000.
JP 2-01. Joint Intellignce Support to Military Opeations. 20 November 1996.
JP 2-01.1. Joint Tactics, Techniques, and Pocedures for Intelligence Suppot to Targeting. 9 January 2003.
JP 2-01.3. Joint Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Joint Intelligence Preparaion of the Batlespace, 24 May 2000.
JP 2-02. National Intelligence t Joint Operaions. 28 September 1998.
JP 2-03. Joint Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Geospatial Information and Services Support to Joint Operations. 31 March 1999.
JP 3-0. Docine and Joint Operations. 1 February 1995.
JP 3-07. Joint Doctrine for Military Operations Other Than War. 16 June 1995.
JP 3-07.2. JTTP for Antirrorism. 17 March 1998.
JP 3-08. Interagency Coordination During Joint Operations, Volume II. 9 October 1996.
JP 3-09. Docrine for Joint Fire Support. 12 May 1998.
JP 3-09.1. Joint Tactics, Technique and Procedures for Laser Designatin Operations. 28 May 1999.
JP 3-11. Joint Doctrine for Operations in Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) Envionments. 11 July 2000.
JP 3-13. Joint Doctrine for Information Operations. 9 October 1998.
JP 3-18. Joint Doctrine for Forcible Entry Operations. 16 July 2001.
JP 3-35. Joint Deployment and Redployment Operations. 7 September 1999.
JP 3-51. Joint Doctrine for Electronic Warfare. 7 April 2000.
JP 3-55. Dorine for Reconnaissance, Surveillanc, and Target Acquisition Support for Joint Operations (RSTA). 14 April 1993.
JP 3-57. Joint Doctrine for Civil-Militay Operations. 8 February 2001.
JP 3-60. Joint Doctrine for Targeting. 17 January 2002.
JP 4-0. Docine for Logistic Support of Joint Operaions. 6 April 2000.
JP 5-0. Docine for Planning Joint Operations. 13 April 1995.
JP 5-00.2. Joint Task Force Planning Guidance and Procedures. 13 January 1999.

PUBLIC LAWS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS

The United States Code is available online: http://uscode.house.gov/usc.htm
EO 12333. United States Intelligence Activities. 4 December 1981.
CJCS Instruction 1301.01, Policy and Procedures to Assign Individuals to Meet Combatant Command Mission-Related Temporary Duty Requirements. 1 July 2001.
CJCSM 3500.04C. Universal Joint Task List. 1 July 2002.
Military Standard 2525B, DOD Interface Standard, Common Warfighting Symbology. 30 January 1999.

PUBLICATIONS UNDER DEVELOPMENT

FM 2-01. Intelligence Synchronization. When published tentatively in July 2004, FM 2-01 will supersede FM 34-2, 8 March 1994, and FM 34-2-1, 19 June 1991.
FM 2-01.2. Counteintelligence Analyis. When published tentatively in April 2005, FM 2-01.2 will supersede FM 34-60, 3 October 1995.
FM 2-01.3. Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield. When published tentatively December 2004, FM 2-01.3 will supersede FM 34-130, 8 July 1994.
FM 3-07.2. Force Protection. To be published tentatively in August 2005.
FM 5-0. Army Planning and Orders Production. When published tentatively in November 2004, FM 5-0 will supersede that portion of FM 101-5 not superseded by FM 6-0.
ST 2-91.6. Small Unit Support to Intelligence. To be published tentatively in April 2004.

 



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