OFFENSIVE AND DEFENSIVE OPERATIONS
Subcourse Number IN0760
UNITED STATES ARMY INFANTRY SCHOOL
FORT BENNING, GEORGIA 31905-5593
4 CREDIT HOURS
Edition Date: June 1996
This subcourse is designed to teach you the fundamentals followed in conducting offensive and defensive operations.
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 publications.
The word "he", him", "his," and "men" when used in this publication, represent both the masculine and feminine genders unless otherwise stated.
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE
|Action:||List the considerations necessary for offensive and defensive operations.|
|Condition:||Given the subcourse contained this subcourse.|
|Standard:||You must correctly answer 70 percent of the questions on a multiple-choice test covering the subcourse material.|
TABLE OF CONTENTS
|Lesson 1:||Considerations for Offensive Operations|
|Part A:||Characteristics of the Offense|
|Part B:||Types of Offensive Operations|
|Part C:||The Five Forms of Maneuver|
|Part D:||The Four Phases of Offensive Operations|
|Part E:||Main and Supporting Attacks|
|Part F:||Sequence of the Attack|
|Considerations for Defensive Operations|
|Part A:||Purposes of Defensive Operations|
|Part B:||Characteristics of Defensive Operations|
|Part C:||Alternate Defensive Patterns|
|Part D:||The Framework of the Defense|
|Part E:||Combat Support and Combat Service Support Assets|
|Part F:||Defensive Capabilities of Light and Mechanized Infantry|
|Part G:||Operational Security Measures for the Defense|
|IN0760 Edition B Examination|