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REFERENCES

SOURCES USED

These are the sources quoted or paraphrased in this publication.

Joint and Multiservice Publications

JCS Pub 1-02 DOD Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. March 1994.

JCS Pub 3-0 Doctrine for Joint Operations. 1 February 1995.

JCS Pub 3-02 Joint Doctrine for Amphibious Operations. October 1992.

JCS Pub 3-03 Doctrine for Joint Interdiction Operations. December 1990.

JCS Pub 3-05 Doctrine for Joint Special Operations. October 1992.

JCS Pub 3-07 Joint Doctrine for Military Operations Other Than War. January 1995.

JCS Pub 3-07.1 JTTP For Foreign Internal Defense (FID). December 1993.

JCS Pub 3-07.2 JTTP for Antiterrorism. June 1993.

JCS Pub 3-18 Joint Doctrine for Forcible Entry Operations (D). April 1994.

JCS Pub 3-18.1 Joint Airborne and Air Assault Operations. August 1994.

JCS Pub 3-51 Electronic Warfare in Joint Military Operations. June 1991.

JCS Pub 3-52 Doctrine for Joint Airspace Control in a Combat Zone. December 1993.

JCS Pub 3-53 Doctrine for Joint Psychological Operations. July 1993.

JCS Pub 4-05 Mobilization. August 1987.

JCS Pub 5-0 Doctrine for Planning Joint Operations. August 1994.

JCS Pub 5-00.1 Joint Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (JTTP) for Campaign Planning (D). June 1994.

JCS Pub 5-00.2 Joint Task Force Planning Guidance and Procedures. September 1991.

JCS Pub 5-03.1 Joint Operation Planning and Execution System, Volume I: Planning Policy and Procedures. August 1993.

JCS Pub 5-03.2 Joint Operation Planning and Execution System, Volume II. Planning and Execution Formats and Guidance. March 1992.

JCS Pub 5-03.11 Joint Operation Planning and Execution System Execution Planning. December 1993.

Allied Tactical Publications (ATP)

ATP 35 (A) Land Force Tactical Doctrine. (STANAG-2868)

ATP 35 (B) Land Force Tactical Doctrine. September 1983.

Army Publications

FM 3-100 NBC Defense, Chemical Warfare, Smoke and Flare Operations. May 1991.

FM 5-100-15 Corps Engineer Combat Operations (D). March 1994.

FM 5-102 Countermobility. March 1985.

FM 5-114 Engineers in Operations Other Than War (D).

FM 6-20-30 Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Fire Support for Corps and Division Operations. October 1989.

FM 7-30 The Infantry Brigade (D). September 1994.

FM 17-95 Cavalry Operations. September 1991.

FM 19-1 Military Police Support for Airland Battle. May 1988.

FM 22-103 Leadership and Command at Senior Levels. June 1987.

FM 33-1 Psychological Operations. February 1993.

FM 34-7 Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Support to Low-Intensity Conflict Operations. May 1993.

FM 34-130 Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield. May 1989.

FM 44-100 US Army Air Defense Operations. December 1994.

FM 55-1 Army Transportation Services in a Theater of Operations. November 1984.

FM 55-12 Movement of Army Units in Air Force Aircraft. November 1989.

FM 55-20 Army Rail Transport Operations. October 1986.

FM 55-65 Strategic Deployment by Surface Transportation. May 1989.

FM 71-3 Armored and Mechanized Infantry Brigade Operations. June 1993.

FM 71-100 Division Operations. November 1988.

FM 71-100-3 Corps Operations. January 1996.

FM 90-2 Battlefield Deception. October 1988.

FM 90-13 River Crossing Operations. September 1992.

FM 90-26 Airborne Operations. December 1990.

FM 90-29 Noncombatant Evacuation Operation. October 1994.

FM 90-30 Army-Air Force Air Base Ground Defense Operations.

FM 100-5 Operations. June 1993.

FM 100-6 Information Operations (D). May 1994.

FM 100-7 Decisive Force: The Army in Theater Operations. April 1994.

FM 100-8 Multinational Operations (D).

FM 100-9 Reconstitution. January 1992.

FM 100-10 Logistics. May 1994.

FM 100-16 Support Operations: Echlons Above Corps. April 1985.

FM 100-17 Mobilization, Deployment, Redeployment, Demobilization. October 1992.

FM 100-19 Domestic Support Operations.

FM 100-20 Operations Other Than War (D). September 1994.

FM 100-23 Peace Operations. December 1994.

FM 100-27 US Army/US Air Force Doctrine for Joint Airborne and Tactical Airlift Operations. January 1985.

FM 100-30 Nuclear Operations (D). June 1995.

FM 100-103 Army Airspace Command and Control in a Combat Zone. October 1987.

FM 101-5 Command and Control for Commanders and Staff (D). August 1993.

FM 101-5-1 Operational Terms and Symbols (D). January 1994.

Training and Doctrine Command Publications

TRADOC Pam 11-9 Blueprint of the Battlefield. May 1991.

DOCUMENTS NEEDED

These documents must be available to the intended users of this publication.

AR 310-50 Authorized Abbreviations, Brevity Codes, and Acronyms.

DA Form 2028 Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms. February 1974.

READINGS RECOMMENDED

These readings contain relevant supplemental information.

A National Security Strategy of Engagement and Enlargement. July 1994.

National Military Strategy 1992. January 1992.

FM 34-1 Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operations. September 1994.

FM 34-2 Collection Management and Synchronization Planning. March 1994.

FM 34-7 Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Support to Low-Intensity Conflict Operations. May 1993.

FM 34-8 Combat Commanders Handbook on Intelligence. September 1992.

FM 34-25 Corps Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operations. September 1987.

FM 46-1 Public Affairs Operations. July 1992.

FM 55-10 Movement Control in a Theater of Operations. December 1992.

FM 63-3 Corps Support Command. September 1993.

JCS Pub 1 Joint Warfare of the U.S. Armed Forces. November 1991.

JCS Pub 3-01.5 Doctrine for Joint Theater Missile Defense. April 1994.

OTHER DOCUMENTS

Standardization Agreements

STANAG 2070 Emergency War Burial Procedures. December 1988.

STANAG 2077 Order to Battle. October 1981

STANAG 2079 Rear Area Security and Rear Area Damage Control. September 1985.

STANAG 2104 Friendly Nuclear Strike Warning. December 1989.

STANAG 2868 Land Force Tactical Doctrine. (ATP-35(A)). April 1992.

Quadripartite Standardization Agreements

QSTAG 189 Friendly Nuclear Strike Warning. August 1991.

United States Codes

Posse Comitataus Act, Title 10, US Code, Section 1385.

Foreign Relations and Intercourse, Title 22, US Code, Section 3827(a).



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