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1-1       Full Spectrum Urban Operations
1-2       UO and the Army Imperatives
2-1       Keys to Understanding the Urban Environment
2-2       The Multidimensional Urban Battlefield
2-3       Broad Urban Patterns
2-4       Basic Internal Street Patterns
2-5       An Urban Model
2-6       Toxic Industrial Chemicals and Their Industrial or Commercial Uses
2-7       Key Aspects of the Urban Society
2-8       Urban Areas by Population Size
2-9       Simplified Analysis of Urban Society
2-10       UO-Society Cycle of Effects
2-11       Urban Infrastructure
3-1       Threat Operational Principles
3-2       Urban Threat Tactics
3-3       Favored Threat Weapons
3-4       Negative Effects of Urbanization
3-5       Worldwide Population Projections
4-1       Risk Management and the Risks Associated with Urban Operations
4-2       Organization of Historic Joint Urban Operations
4-3       Urban ISR Considerations
4-4       IO Elements and Related Activities
4-5       Public Affairs Principles
5-1       The Urban Operational Framework and Battle Command
5-2       Urban Isolation
5-3       Panama
5-4       The Fundamentals of Urban Operations
5-5       Battlefield Operating Systems
5-6       Urban Maneuver Challenges and Means to Overcome Them
5-7       Urban Effects on Fire Support Systems
5-8       Methods to Overcome Urban Communications Challenges
5-9       Compressed Tactical Factors
6-1       Initial Attack in Brittany
6-2       Subsequent Disposition of Forces in Brittany
6-3       Envelopment Isolates an Urban Area
6-4       Turning Movement
6-5       Infiltration
6-6       Penetration
6-7       Frontal Attack
6-8       Metz Envelopment
6-9       Metz Final Assault
6-10       Required Urban Reconnaissance Capabilities
6-11       Shaping Through Isolation
6-12       Critical Sensor-to-Shooter Links
6-13       Reactions to Isolation
6-14       Initial Attack to Isolate Hue
6-15       Subsequent Attack to Isolate Hue
6-16       Final Attack to Isolate Hue
6-17       Coordination of SOF and Conventional Capabilities
6-18       Inchon-Seoul Campaign, September 1950
7-1       An Urban Area Incorporated Into a Larger Mobile Defense
7-2       German Attacks to Seize Stalingrad
7-3       German Attacks to Seize Stalingad, September 1942
7-4       Soviet Attacks Trap German 6th Army
7-5       Retrograde Through an Urban Area
8-1       Characteristics of Stability Operations and Support Operations
8-2       Urban Stability Operations and Support Operations
8-3       Adaptability
9-1       CSS Characteristics
9-2       The Urban Environment and Essential Elements of Logistic Information
9-3       CSS Functions
9-4       General Principles of the Law of War
9-5       General Engineer Support
9-6       Civil Affairs Functional Skills
A-1       The City of Beirut
A-2       Initial Conduct of the Urban Operation
A-3       Israeli Probe of PLO Defenses
A-4       Initial Israeli Attack
A-5       Final Israeli Attack
B-1       The Steps of IPB
B-2       Relevance of Key Urban Environment Elements
B-3       Significant Urban Terrain Characteristics
B-4       Significant Urban Societal Characteristics
B-5       Significant Urban Infrastructure Characteristics
B-6       Continuum of Relative Interests
B-7       Urban IPB Tools and Products
C-1       Phases of US Involvement in Somalia
C-2       Map of Somalia
D-1       USAF E-8 JSTARS Platform
D-2       USN MK45 Lightweight Gun System
D-3       USN MK V Special Operations Craft
D-4       USAF AC-130 Gunship

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