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1-1. The Range of Army Operations

1-2. Full Spectrum Operations

2-1. The Levels of War

2-2. The Chain of Command and Control

2-3. Joint Command Relationships and Inherent Responsibilities

2-4. Joint Support Categories

2-5. Considerations for Unified Action

3-1. Force Allocation and Augmentation

3-2. Allocation: Force Refinement

3-3. Staff Tailoring: Task Force Eagle

3-4. The Force Projection Process

3-5. Intermediate Staging Base

4-1. The Fundamentals of Full Spectrum Operations

4-2. The Elements of Combat Power

4-3. Theater Organization

4-4. Contiguous and Noncontiguous Areas of Operations

4-5. Battlespace Components

4-6. Close, Deep, and Rear Areas

4-7. Army Command and Support Relationships and Inherent Responsibilities

4-8. Complementary Effects

4-9. Reinforcing Effects

5-1. Visualize, Describe, Direct

5-2. Interior and Exterior Lines of Operations

5-3. Logical Lines of Operations

6-1. The Operations Process

6-2. Linear and Nonlinear Combinations

6-3. Combinations of Contiguous and Noncontiguous Areas of Operations with Linear and Nonlinear Operations

7-1. Operational Framework in the Offense

7-2. Envelopment

7-3. Turning Movement

7-4. Infiltration

7-5. Penetration

7-6. Frontal Attack

8-1. Mobile Defense

8-2. Area Defense

8-3. Operational Framework in the Defense

9-1. The Army Role in Theater Engagement

10-1. Types and Forms of Support Operations

10-2. Domestic Support Operations in Disaster Relief

10-3. Domestic Support Relationships for CBRNE Consequence Management Support

11-1. Information Superiority

11-2. Information Operations and Information Superiority

11-3. Situational Understanding

11-4. Information Superiority and Strategic Responsiveness

12-1. Combat Service Support Reach

 



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