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Introduction

This manual presents current Military Police doctrine for traffic operations in garrison and combat environments. The expertise developed through proper performance of installation traffic operations will provide a sound base for undertaking combat traffic operations. On the modern, highly mobile battlefield, with day and night operations, demands for proper traffic control will be imperative. Unless personnel and materiel can be moved forward, laterally, and retrograde, and lines of communication are kept responsive, combined arms teams will not be successful on the battlefield.

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