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REFERENCES

Documents Needed

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

FM 21-10* Field Hygiene and Sanitation. 21 June 2000.
FM 21-11* First Aid for Soldiers. 27 October 1988.
FM 21-60* Visual Signals. 30 September 1987.
FM 21-75 Combat Skills of the Soldier. 03 August 1984.
FM 23-1 Bradley Gunnery. 18 March 1996.
FM 23-9 M16A1 Rifle and M16A2 Rifle Marksmanship.03 July 1989.
FM 71-1 Tank and Mechanized Infantry Company Team.26 January 1998.
FM 100-14* Risk Management. 23 April 1998.
ARTEP 7-7J-Drill* Battle Drills for the Bradley Fighting Vehicle Platoon, Section, and Squad. 08 December 1992.
GTA 05-08-001* Survivability Positions. 01 August 1993.

Readings Recommended

These readings contain relevant supplemental information.

FM 1-114 Air Cavalry Squadron and Troop Operations. 01 February 2000.
FM 3-06.11* Combined Arms Operations in an Urban Environment. 28 February 2002.
FM 3-4* NBC Protection. 29 May 1992.
FM 3-5* NBC Decontamination. 28 July 2000.
FM 3-23.25(FM 23-25) * Light Antiarmor Weapons. 30 August 2001.*This source was also used to develop this publication.
FM 3-23.30 (FM 23-30)* Grenades and Pyrotechnic Signals. 01 September 2000.
FM 3-34.2* Combined Arms Breaching Operations. 31 August 2000.
FM 3-90 Tactics. 4 July 2001.
FM 5-34 Engineer Field Data. 30 August 1999.
FM 5-103 Survivability. 10 June 1985.
FM 6-22.5(FM 22-5) Combat Stress. 23 June 2000.
FM 6-30* Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Observed Fire.16 July 1991.
FM 7-8* Infantry Rifle Platoon and Squad. 22 April 1992.
FM 7-10 The Infantry Rifle Company. 14 December 1990.
FM 7-90* Tactical Employment of Mortars. 9 October 1992.
FM 7-91 * Tactical Employment of Antiarmor Platoons, Companies, and Battalions. 30 September 1987.
FM 7-92 * The Infantry Reconnaissance Platoon and Squad (Airborne, Air Assault, Light Infantry). 23 December 1992.
FM 17-95 Cavalry Operations. 24 December 1996.
FM 21-18 Foot Marches. 01 June 1990.
FM 22-51 Leaders' Manual for Combat Stress Control.29 September 1994
FM 22-100 Army Leadership. 31 August 1999.
FM 23-1 Bradley Gunnery. 18 March 1996.
FM 23-10 Sniper Training. 17 August 1994.
FM 23-14 M249 Light Machine Gun in the Automatic Rifle Role. 26 January 1994.
FM 23-67 Machinegun, 7.62-mm, M60. 29 February 1984.
FM 23-90 Mortars. 01 March 2000.
FM 27-10 The Law of Land Warfare. 18 July 1956.
FM 25-101 Battle Focused Training. 30 September 1990.
FM 34-130 Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield. 08 July 1994.
FM 44-8* Combined Arms for Air Defense. 01 June 1999.
FM 44-18-1 Stinger Team Operations. 31 December 1984
FM 44-43 Bradley Stinger Fighting Vehicle for Platoon and Squad Operations. 03 October 1995.
FM 44-44 Avenger Platoon, Section, and Squad Operations.03 October 1995.
FM 90-4 Air Assault Operations. 16 March 1987.
FM 90-7 Combined Arms Obstacle Integration. 29 September 1994.
FM 101-5-1 Operational Terms and Graphics. 30 September 1997.
GTA 07-06-001 Fighting Position Construction Infantry Leader's Reference Card. 01 June 1992.
TC 7-98-1 Stability and Support Operations Training Support Package. 05 June 1997.
TC 21-24 Rappelling. 10 September 1997.
TC 24-20 Tactical Wire and Cable Techniques. 03 October 1988.
TM 9-2350-252-10-1 Operator's Manual for Fighting Vehicle, Infantry, M2; M2A1 and Fighting Vehicle Cavalry, M3; M3A1 Hull. 03 November 1986.
TM 9-2350-252-10-2 Operator's Manual for Fighting Vehicle, Infantry, M2; M2A1 and Fighting Vehicle Cavalry, M3; M3A1 Turret. 22 September 1986.
TM 9-2350-284-10-1 Operator's Manual for High Survivability Fighting Vehicle, Infantry, M2A2 and Fighting Vehicle, Cavalry M3A2 Hull. 15 February 1997.
TM 9-2350-284-10-2 * Operator's Manual for High Survivability Fighting Vehicle, Infantry, M2A2 and Fighting Vehicle, Cavalry M3A2 Turret. 30 April 2001.
TM 9-2350-294-10-1* Operator's Manual for Fighting Vehicle, Infantry, M2A3, and Fighting Vehicle, Cavalry, M3A3 Hull. 15 September 2000.

*This source was used to develop this publication.



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