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Part 5 Appendixes

Appendix A

References

Users should review DA Pamphlets of the 310-series to verify the status of all references materials.

Army Regulations (ARs)

AR 190-5, Motor Vehicle Traffic Supervision

AR 190-5-1, Registration of Privately Owned Vehicles

AR 190-22, Search, Seizure and Disposition of Property

AR 190-24, Armed Forces Discipline Control Boards and Off-Installation Military Enforcement

AR 190-29, Minor Offenses and Uniform Violation Notices--Referred to US District Court

AR 190-30, Military Police Investigations

AR 190-45, Military Police Records and Forms

AR 190-46, Law Enforcement and Confinement Activities

AR 195-2, Criminal Investigation Activities

AR 195-5, Criminal Investigation Evidence Procedures

AR 210-20, Installations, Master Planning for Permanent Army Installations

AR 340-17, Release of Information and Records from Army Files

AR 385-10, Army Safety Program

AR 385-40, Accident Reports and Records

AR 385-55, Prevention of Motor Vehicle Accidents

AR 415-20, Design Approval

AR 415-35, Minor Construction

AR 420-70, Buildings and Structures

AR 420-72, Surfaced Areas

AR 600-40, Apprehension, Restraint, and Release to Civil Authorities

AR 600-55, Motor Vehicle Driver-Selection, Testing and Licensing

Field Manuals (FMs)

FM 5-36, Route Reconnaissance and Classification

FM 19-1, Military Police Support Divisions and Separate Brigades

FM 19-4, Combat Military Police Support--Theater of Operations

FM 19-5, The Military Policeman

FM 19-10, Military Police Operations

FM 19-20, Law Enforcement Investigations

FM 19-30, Physical Security

FM 21-26, Map Reading

FM 21-30, Military Symbols

FM 24-1, Tactical Communication Doctrine

FM 32-6, SIGSEC Techniques

FM 32-30, Electronic Warfare--Tactics of Defense

FM 55-30, Army Motor Transport Operations

FM 71-100, Brigade and Division Operations (Mechanized and Armor)

FM 90-3, Desert Operations

FM 90-5, Jungle Operations

FM 90-6, Mountain Operations

FM 90-10, Military Operations in Built-Up Areas (MOBA)

FM 90-11, Northern Operations

FM 90-12, Airborne Operations

FM 90-13, River Crossings

FM 100-5, Operations

FM 101-5, Command and Control of Combat Operations

Training Circulars (TCs)

TC 24-2, Communications-Electronics Operation Instructions

TC 32-05-2, Communication-Electronic Counter-Countermeasures Procedures

TC 32-30, Electronic Warfare Training

Technical Manuals (TMs)

TM 5-210, Military Floating Bridge Equipment

TM 5-216, Armored Vehicle Launched Bridge

TM 5-330, Planning and Design of Roads, Airbases and Heliports in the Theater of Operations

TM 5-803-6, Installations: Site Planning of Community Centers

TM 5-822-1, Roads, Streets, and Pavement Generally: Traffic Study Requirements

TM 5-822-2, General Provisions and Geometric Designs for Roads, Streets, Walks, and Storage Areas

TM 5-822-3, Roads, Streets and Pavements Generally: Parking for Non-Organizational Vehicles

Commercial and Government Publications

A Policy on Design of Urban Highways and Arterial Streets, American Association of State Highway Officials, Washington, DC, 1973.

Accident Facts, National Safety Council, Chicago, IL, (published yearly).

An Introduction to Highway Transportation Engineering, Institute of Traffic Engineers, Washington, DC, 1968.

Auto-Lamp Examination Record, (SN 1122), 1972, Traffic Institute, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, 60204.

Baker, J. Stannard, Traffic Accident Investigation Manual, Traffic Institute, Northwestern University, 1975.

Baker, J. Stannard, and H. Laurence Ross, Concepts and Classifications of Traffic Accident Causes, (SN 1109), Traffic Institute, Northwestern University.

Baker, J. Stannard, and Stebbins, William R., Jr., Dictionary of Highway Traffic, Traffic Institute, Northwestern University, 1960.

Baker, J. Stannard, and Thomas Lindquist, Lamp Examination for ON or OFF in Traffic Accidents (PN 82), The Traffic Institute, Northwestern University, 1972.

Collins, James C., and Joe L. Morris, Highway Collision Analysis, Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, IL, 1967.

Drew, Donald R., Traffic Flow Theory and Control, McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., New York, NY, 1968.

Fisher, Edward C., and Robert H. Reeder, Vehicle Traffic Law, Traffic Institute, Northwestern University, 1974.

Handbook of Highway Safety Design and Operating Practices, US Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC, 1973.

Highway Safety Program Manual, Volume 13, Traffic Engineering Services (Traffic Control Devices), US Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC, 1973.

Legal Aspects of Skidmarks in Traffic Cases (PN 1027), Traffic Institute, Northwestern University, 1974.

Manual on Classification of Motor Vehicle Traffic Accidents (ANSI D 16.1), National Safety Council, Chicago, IL, 1970.

Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways, US Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC, 1971.

Matson, Theodore M.; Smith, Wilbur S.; and Hurd, Frederick W., Traffic Engineering, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., New York, NY, 1965.

Pignataro, Louis J., Traffic Engineering, Theory and Practice, Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1973.

Police Traffic Services (Highway Safety Program Standard 15), National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, US Department of Transportation, Washington, DC, 1968.

Standard Highway Signs, US Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC, 1972.

Traffic Template and Calculator (Stock Nos. 1000, 1971, and 1000m, metric, 1974), Traffic Institute, Northwestern University.

Traffic Laws Annotated, National Committee on Uniform Traffic Laws and Ordinances, Washington, DC, 1972.

Uniform Vehicle Code and Model Traffic Ordinances (w/current suppl), National Committee on Uniform Traffic Laws and Ordinances.

Military Films

Traffic Accident

MF 19-2272, Collision Diagram

MF 19-8510, Hit and Run

MF 19-8511, Skid Marks

MF 19-6023, Traffic Accident Cause Analysis, Part I--Contributing Causes

MF 19-6024, Traffic Accident Cause Analysis, Part II--Initial Duties

MF 19-6025, Traffic Accident Cause Analysis, Part III--Securing Facts From Witnesses

MF 19-6026, Traffic Accident Cause Analysis, Part IV--Preparing Reports

Traffic Control

MF 19-23541, Military Police Planning for Traffic Control

MF 19-4091, Reconnaissance

MF 19-2137, Signals

MF 19-3542, Supervision; Policies and Procedures

MF 19-8509, Traffic Court Traffic Control

MF 19-4770, Military Police Support in River Crossings

MF 19-4991, Circulation Control



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