Military

Bibliography

Joint publications

Most joint publications are online at http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/jel/

(S) CJCSI 3121.01A. Standing Rules of Engagement for US Forces (U). 15 January 2000.

JP 0-2. Unified Action Armed Forces (UNAAF). 24 February 1995.

JP 1-02. DOD Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. 12 April 2001. Available online at http://www.dtic.mil./doctrine/jel/doddict/

JP 2-0. Doctrine for Intelligence Support to Joint Operations. 09 March 2000.

JP 2-03. Joint Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Geospatial Information and Services Support to Joint Operations. 31 March 1999.

JP 3-09. Doctrine for Joint Fire Support. 12 May 1998.

JP 3-09.3. Joint Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Close Air Support (CAS). 01 December 1995.

JP 3-10. Joint Doctrine for Rear Area Operations. 28 May 1996.

JP 3-10.1. Joint Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Base Defense. 23 July 1996.

JP 3-17. Joint Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Theater Airlift Operations. 18 July 1995.

JP 3-18. Joint Doctrine for Forcible Entry Operations. TBP.

JP 3-52. Doctrine for Joint Airspace Control in the Combat Zone. 22 July 1995.

JP 3-53. Doctrine for Joint Psychological Operations. 10 July 1996.

JP 4-01.2. Joint Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Sealift Support to Joint Operations. 09 October 1996.

JP 4-01.3. Joint Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Movement Control. 21 June 1996.

Army Publications

Most Army doctrinal publications are online at http://155.217.58.58/atdls.htm

AR 190-12. Military Working Dogs. 30 September 1993. Available online at http://www.usapa.army.mil/gils/epubs1.html

FM 1-0 (FM 12-6). Personnel Doctrine. 09 September 1994.

FM 1-02 (FM 101-5-1). Operational Terms and Graphics. 30 September 1997.

FM 1-05 (FM 16-1). Religious Support. 26 May 1995.

FM 1-06 (FM 14-100). Financial Management Operations. 07 May 1997.

FM 1-27.10 (FM 27-10). The Law of Land Warfare. 18 July 1956.

FM 2-0 (FM 34-1). Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operations. 27 September 1994.

FM 2-01.3 (FM 34-130). Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield. 08 July 1994.

FM 3-0 (FM 100-5). Operations. 14 July 2001.

FM 3-01 (FM 44-100). US Army Air and Missile Defense Operations. 15 June 2000.

FM 3-01.8 (FM 44-8) Combined Arms for Air Defense. 01 June 1999.

FM 3-01.12 (FM 100-12). Army Theater Missile Defense Operations. 31 March 2000.

FM 3-04.100 (FM 1-100). Army Aviation Operations. 21 February 1997.

FM 3-04.113 (FM 1-113). Utility and Cargo Helicopter Operations. 12 September 1997.

FM 3-05 (FM 100-25). Doctrine for Army Special Operations Forces. 01 August 1999.

FM 3-05.20 (FM 31-20). Special Forces Operations. 26 June 2001.

FM 3-05.30 (FM 33-1). Psychological Operations. 19 June 2000.

FM 3-07 (FM 100-20). Military Operations in Low Intensity Conflict. 05 December 1990. When revised, FM 3-07 will be retitled Stability Operations and Support Operations.

FM 3-09 (FM 6-20). Fire Support in the Airland Battle. 17 May 1988.

FM 3-09.12 (FM 6-121). Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Field Artillery Target Acquisition. 25 September 1990.

FM 3-11 (FM 3-100). Chemical Operations Principles and Fundamentals. 08 May 1996.

FM 3-11.9 (FM 3-9). Potential Military Chemical/Biological Agents and Compounds. 12 December 1990.

FM 3-11.50 (FM 3-50). Smoke Operations. 04 December 1990.

FM 3-12 (FM 100-30). Nuclear Operations. 29 October 1996.

FM 3-13 (FM 100-6). Information Operations. 27 August 1996.

FM 3-17 (FM 100-27). USA/USAF Doctrine for Joint Airborne and Tactical Airlift Operations. 31 January 1985. FM 3-17 will be incorporated into FM 3-52.

FM 3-18.11 (FM 90-26). Airborne Operations. 18 December 1990.

FM 3-19.1 (FM 19-1). Military Police Operations. 22 March 2001.

FM 3-20.95 (FM 17-95). Cavalry Operations. 24 December 1996.

FM 3-21.7 (FM 7-7). Mechanized Infantry Platoon and Squad (APC). 15 March 1985.

FM 3-21.8 (FM 7-8). Infantry Rifle Platoon and Squad. 22 April 1992.

FM 3-21.10 (FM 7-10). The Infantry Rifle Company. 14 December 1990.

FM 3-21.20 (FM 7-20). The Infantry Battalion. 06 April 1992.

FM 3-21.30 (FM 7-30). The Infantry Brigade. 03 October 1995.

FM 3-21.85 (FM 7-85). Ranger Unit Operations. 09 June 1987.

FM 3-21.92 (FM 7-92). The Infantry Reconnaissance Platoon and Squad (Airborne, Air Assault, Light Infantry) 23 December 1992.

FM 3-24.3 (FM 20-3) Camouflage, Concealment, and Decoys. 30 August 1999.

FM 3-25.18 (FM 21-18). Foot Marches. 01 June 1990.

FM 3-34 (FM 5-100). Engineer Operations. 27 February 1996.

FM 3-34.1 (FM 90-7). Combined Arms Obstacle Integration. 29 September 1994.

FM 3-34.2 (FM 90-13-1). Combined Arms Breaching Operations. 31 August 2000.

FM 3-34.112 (FM 5-103). Survivability. 10 June 1985.

FM 3-34.212 (FM 5-170). Engineer Reconnaissance. 05 May 1998.

FM 3-34.310 (FM 5-34). Engineer Field Data. 30 August 1999.

FM 3-52 (FM 100-103). Army Airspace Command and Control in a Combat Zone. 07 October 1987. When revised, FM 3-52 will be retitled Army Airspace Command and Control.

FM 3-55. Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Operations. TBP.

FM 3-57 (FM 41-10). Civil Affairs Operations. 14 February 2000.

FM 3-91 (FM 71-100). Division Operations. 28 August 1998.

FM 3-91.1 (FM 71-1). Tank and Mechanized Infantry Company Team. 26 January 1998.

FM 3-91.2 (FM 71-2). The Tank and Mechanized Infantry Battalion Task Force. 27 September 1998.

FM 3-91.3 (FM 71-3). The Armored and Mechanized Infantry Brigade. 08 January 1996.

FM 3-92 (FM 100-15). Corps Operations. 29 October 1996.

FM 3-93 (FM 100-7). Decisive Force: The Army in Theater Operations. 31 May 1995.

FM 3-97.4 (FM 90-4). Air Assault Operations. 16 March 1987.

FM 3-97.13 (FM 90-13). River-Crossing Operations. 26 January 1998.

FM 3-100.14 (FM 100-14). Risk Management. 23 April 1998.

FM 4-0 (FM 100-10). Combat Service Support. 03 October 1995.

FM 4-01 (FM 55-1). Transportation Operations. 03 October 1995.

FM 4-01.30 (FM 55-10). Movement Control. 09 February 1999.

FM 4-01.40 (FM 55-30). Army Motor Transport Units and Operations. 27 June 1997.

FM 4-01.41 (FM 55-20). Rail Transport in a Theater of Operations. 01 June 2000.

FM 4-01.50 (FM 55-60). Army Terminal Operations. 15 April 1996.

FM 4-02 (FM 8-10). Health Service Support in a Theater of Operations. 01 March 1991.

FM 4-20 (FM 10-1). Quartermaster Principles. 11 August 1994.

FM 4-100.9 (FM 100-9). Reconstitution. 13 January 1992.

FM 5-0 (FM 101-5). Staff Organizations and Operations 31 May 1997. When revised, FM 5-0 will be retitled Army Planning and Orders Production.

FM 6-0. Command and Control. TBP.

FM 6-02 (FM 24-1). Signal Support to the Army. TBP.

FM 6-22 (FM 22-100). Army Leadership. 31 August 1999.

FM 6-22.5. Combat Stress. 23 June 2000.

FM 6-99.2 (FM 101-5-2). US Army Report and Message Formats. 29 June 1999.

FM 7-0 (FM 25-100). Training the Force. 15 Nov. 1988.

FM 7-15. The Army Universal Task List. TBP.

 



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