MILITARY OPERATIONS ON URBANIZED TERRAIN
(MOUT) PART II - DEFENSE
Subcourse Number IN0736
United States Army Infantry School
Fort Benning, Georgia 31905-5593
6 Credit Hours
Edition Date: October 1993
We designed this subcourse to teach you to perform specific tasks required in planning for and conducting defensive operations on urbanized terrain.
There are no prerequisites for this subcourse.
This subcourse reflects the doctrine which 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
Conduct Intelligence Preparation Of the Battlefield (IPB) on urban terrain.
Explain Threat doctrine for conducting an attack on urban terrain.
Explain the employment capabilities and limitations of combat, combat support, and combat service support assets available to a battalion task force engaged in MOUT defense.
Explain U.S. doctrine on planning a MOUT defense.
|CONDITION:||Given extracts of doctrinal literature, a tactical situation of a battalion TF S3, and a series of multiple-choice questions relating to Threat force offensive doctrine.|
|STANDARD:||To demonstrate competency of this task, you must achieve a minimum of 70% on the subcourse examination.|
TABLE OF CONTENTS
|FM 34-130||Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield, May 1989.|
|FM 90-10-1||An Infantryman's Guide to Combat In Built-Up Areas, May 1993.|
|FM 100-2-2||The Soviet Army: Specialized Warfare and Rear Area Support, July 1984.|
Use the above publication extracts 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.