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ARMORED BATTALION/TASK FORCE ATTACK PLANNING

Subcourse Number EN5481

EDITION B

United States Army Engineer School
Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri 65473-6500

9 Credit Hours

Edition Date: March 1996

SUBCOURSE OVERVIEW

This subcourse consists of three lessons. Lesson one presents an overview of the Army operations and offensive operations; lesson two addresses planning and engineer considerations in a deliberate attack; and lesson three examines the structures of infantry, armor, and combat engineer battalions and how they organize for the offense.

This subcourse reflects the doctrine that was current at the time it was prepared. In your own work situation, always refer to the latest official publications.

Unless otherwise stated, the masculine gender of singular pronouns is used to refer to both men and women.

TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE

ACTION: You will identify procedures for planning, organizing, conducting, and supporting armored battalion/task force offensive operations.
CONDITION: You will need this subcourse.
STANDARD: To demonstrate proficiency, you must attain a minimum score of 70 percent on the examination at the end of this subcourse.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Subcourse Overview
Lesson 1: The Offense in Army Operations
    Practice Exercise
Lesson 2: Planning Considerations
  Part A: Planning Deliberate Attacks
  Part B: Engineer Considerations
    Practice Exercise
Lesson 3: Battalion/TF Organization and Employment
  Part A: Organization
  Part B: Employment
    Practice Exercise
Appendix A: List of Common Acronyms
Appendix B: Recommended Reading List
Appendix C: Publication Extract
  FM 71-2 The Tank and Mechanized Infantry Battalion Task Force, September 1988.
  Use the above publication extract to take this subcourse. At the time we wrote this subcourse, these were the current publications. In your own work situation, always refer to the latest publications.
EN5481 Edition B Examination