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1-1.     Initial Situation

1-2.     British Moves

1-3.     Final Battle Stage

1-4.     Risk Reduction Factors

2-1.     Doctrinal Hierarchy of Operations

2-2.     Flanks of a Stationary Unit

2-3.     Flanks of an Armor-Heavy Team Moving in an Echelon Right Formation

2-4.     Generic Air Corridor

2-5.     Corps with Contiguous Areas of Operations

2-6.     Corps with Noncontiguous Areas of Operations

2-7.     Assembly Areas

2-8.     Checkpoint 13

2-9.     Contact Point 8

2-10.     Engagement Areas

2-11.     Sectors of Fire

2-12.     Target Reference Point

2-13.     Trigger Lines

2-14.     Deep, Close, and Rear Areas

2-15.     Coordinated Fire Line

2-16.     Fire Support Coordination Line

2-17.     Free-Fire Area

2-18.     A Formal Airspace Coordination Measure

2-19.     No-Fire Area

2-20.     Restrictive Fire Area

2-21.     Restrictive Fire Line

2-22.     Targets

2-23.     Forward Line of Own Troops

2-24.     Line of Contact

2-25.     Named Area of Interest

2-26.     Obstacle Control Measure Graphics

2-27.     Phase Lines Used with Other Control Measures

2-28.     Position Area for Artillery

2-29.     Routes

2-30.     Targeted Area of Interest

3-1.     Initial Objectives

3-2.     Attack-by-Fire Position BRANDON

3-3.     Attack Positions Used with Other Common Offensive Control Measures

3-4.     Axis of Advance

3-5.     Direction of Attack JOAN

3-6.     Final Coordination Line (FCL) ROBERT Used in Conjunction with Other Offensive Control Measures

3-7.     Limit of Advance Used with Other Common Control Measures

3-8.     PL DON as a LD

3-9.     Objective STEVE

3-10.     Point of Departure 7

3-11.     Probable Line of Deployment ROBERT Used with Other Control Measures

3-12.     Rally Point 14

3-13.     Support-by-Fire Position SCOTT

3-14.     Single Envelopment

3-15.     Double Envelopment

3-16.     Control Measures for Conducting an Envelopment

3-17.     Turning Movement-Turning Force Conducting the Decisive Operation

3-18.     Control Measures for a Turning Movement

3-19.     Infiltration Lane

3-20.     Linkup Point 8

3-21.     Penetration: Relative Combat Power

3-22.     Penetration Graphic Control Measures

3-23.     Penetration: The Breach

3-24.     Expanding the Penetration

3-25.     Frontal Attack

3-26.     Column Formation

3-27.     Line Formation

3-28.     Echelon Left Formation

3-29.     Echelon Right Formation

3-30.     Box Formation

3-31.     Diamond Formation

3-32.     Wedge Formation

3-33.     Vee Formation

4-1.     Soviet Moves

4-2.     Force Organized for a Movement to Contact

4-3.     Movement to Contact Control Measures

4-4.     A Column Advance Guard Attacking to Destroy a Contained Enemy Force

4-5.     Search and Attack Control Measures

5-1.     Minimum Attack Control Measures

5-2.     Movement from AA to LD

5-3.     PLD and Assault Positions

5-4.     Attack of an Objective: The Breach

5-5.     Attack of an Objective: The Assault

5-6.     Ambush Tactical Mission Graphic

5-7.     Linear Ambush

5-8.     L-Shaped Ambush

5-9.     Area Ambush

5-10.     Major Counterattack

5-11.     Spoiling Attack

6-1.     Exploitation Control Measures in a Contiguous AO

6-2.     Brigade Exploitation: Battalions in Column Formation

6-3.     Division Exploitation: Brigades Abreast, No Reserve

6-4.     Brigade Exploitation: Two Battalions Forward, One in Reserve

7-1.     Frontal Pursuit

7-2.     Combination Pursuit

7-3.     Pursuit Control Measures

8-1.     Movements of an Area Defense

8-2.     Use of a BHL in a Rearward Passage of Lines

8-3.     Forward Edge of the Battle Area

8-4.     Task Force Battle Position

8-5.     AO and Battle Position Control Measures Used in Combination

8-6.     Five Kinds of Battle Positions

8-7.     Strong Point Defense

8-8.     Final Protective Fire

8-9.     Direct Fire Control Measures

8-10.     Perimeter Defense

8-11.     All Company Teams on the Perimeter

8-12.     Three Battalion TFs on Perimeter, Co/Teams Positioned in Depth

8-13.     Two Battalion TFs on the Perimeter, One in Reserve

8-14.     Perimeter Defense Control Measures

8-15.     A Hill in Cross-Section

8-16.     Oblique Defilade

9-1.     Typical Control Measures for an Area Defense

9-2.     Organization of Forces for an Area Defense-Contiguous Area of Operations

9-3.     Organization of Forces for an Area Defense-Noncontiguous Area of Operations

9-4.     Division Conducting a Defense in Depth with Subordinate Brigades Deployed in Noncontiguous Areas of Operations with Enemy Avenues of Approach Depicted

9-5.     Brigade Conducting a Forward Defense in a Contiguous Area of Operations

9-6.     Division Counterattack

9-7.     Area Defense Using Static and Dynamic Elements

9-8.     Battle Handover Line

10-1.     Donbas Movements

10-2.     Mobile Defense

10-3.     Organization of Forces for a Mobile Defense

10-4.     Mobile Defense Control Measures

10-5.     Mobile Defense Before Commitment of Striking Force

10-6.     Mobile Defense After Commitment of Striking Force

11-1.     Withdrawal from Resaca

11-2.     Delay Tactical Mission Graphic

11-3.     Control Measures for a Delay

11-4.     Delay Forward of a Specified Line for a Specified Time

11-5.     Delay from Alternate Positions

11-6.     Delay from Subsequent Positions

11-7.     Detachment Left in Contact

11-8.     Withdrawal Control Measures

11-9.     Types of Withdrawals

11-10.     Retirement Tactical Mission Graphic

11-11.     Organization of Forces for a Retirement Operation

11-12.     Stay-Behind Force

12-1.     Common Security Control Measures

12-2.     Security Force Crossing the LD Separately from the Main Body to Establish a Flank Screen

12-3.     Security Force Continuing to Cross the LD Separately from the Main Body to Establish a Flank Screen

12-4.     Second Technique Used by a Moving Flank Security Force to Establish a Moving Flank Screen

12-5.     Third Technique Used by a Moving Flank Security Force to Establish a Flank Guard or Cover

12-6.     Control Measures Used in a Screen Mission

12-7.     Moving Flank Screen

12-8.     Displacement Methods for a Flank Screen

12-9.     More Displacement Methods for a Flank Screen

12-10.     Guard Locations

12-11.     Advance Guard for a Division Shaping Attack

12-12.     Multiple Security Forces

12-13.     Stationary Flank Guard

12-14.     Moving Flank Guard Control Measures

12-15.     Attack Using a Covering Force

12-16.     Generic Depiction of a Defensive Cover

12-17.     Combat Outposts

13-1.     Mongol Army Route

13-2.     Mongol Army Pursuit

13-3.     Route Reconnaissance Control Measures

13-4.     Zone Reconnaissance Control Measures

13-5.     Area Reconnaissance Control Measures

14-1.     Tactical Road March

14-2.     Route Control Measures

14-3.     Start Point

14-4.     Release Point

14-5.     Light Line

14-6.     Approach March

14-7.     Movement Techniques

14-8.     Traveling

14-9.     Traveling Overwatch

14-10.     Bounding Overwatch-Alternate Bounds

14-11.     Bounding Overwatch-Successive Bounds

14-12.     Corps Movement Control

15-1.     Overlay of a Brigade Relief in Place

16-1.     Control Measures Associated with a Forward Passage of Lines

16-2.     Passage Point 8

16-3.     Lane

16-4.     Gap

16-5.     Forward Passage of Lines

16-6.     Rearward Passage of Lines

A-1.     Combat Arms Capabilities

A-2.     Combat Support Capabilities

A-3.     Combat Service Support Capabilities

A-4.     Airborne Battalion-Size Task Force

A-5.     Heavy Brigade Combat Team

A-6.     IBCT Organization

A-7.     Heavy Division

A-8.     Representative Corps Organizational Diagram

B-1.     Tactical Mission Tasks

B-2.     Attack-by-Fire Tactical Mission Graphic

B-3.     Breach Tactical Mission Graphic

B-4.     Bypass Tactical Mission Graphic

B-5.     Task Force Conducting a Fix and a Bypass

B-6.     Clear Tactical Mission Graphic

B-7.     Follow and Assume Tactical Mission Graphic

B-8.     Follow and Support Tactical Mission Graphic

B-9.     Occupy Tactical Mission Graphic

B-10.     Retain Tactical Mission Graphic

B-11.     Secure Tactical Mission Graphic

B-12.     Seize Tactical Mission Graphic

B-13.     Support-by-Fire Position Tactical Mission Graphic

B-14.     Block Tactical Mission Graphic

B-15.     Block Obstacle Effect Graphic

B-16.     Canalize Tactical Mission Graphic

B-17.     Canalizing Terrain Enhanced by Obstacles Used with an Engagement Area

B-18.     Contain Tactical Mission Graphic

B-19.     Destroy Tactical Mission Graphic

B-20.     Disrupt Tactical Mission Graphic

B-21.     Disrupt Obstacle Effect Graphic

B-22.     Fix Tactical Mission Graphic

B-23.     Fix Obstacle Intent Graphic

B-24.     Interdict Tactical Mission Graphic

B-25.     Isolate Tactical Mission Graphic

B-26.     Neutralize Tactical Mission Graphic

B-27.     Turn Tactical Mission Graphic

B-28.     Turn Obstacle Effect

C-1.     Assault Objectives

C-2.     Airhead Line

C-3.     Boundaries and Fire Support Coordinating Measures for an Airhead

C-4.     Flight Routes Depicted on an Overlay

D-1.     Inner and Outer Arms of an Encirclement

D-2.     Encirclement Control Measures

D-3.     Squeeze Technique

D-4.     Hammer and Anvil Technique

D-5.     Wedge Technique

D-6.     Encircled Armor Division's Perimeter Defense

D-7.     Organization of Forces for a Breakout Operation

D-8.     Breakout by an Encircled Mechanized Division

D-9.     Continued Breakout by an Encircled Mechanized Division

D-10.     Linkup of a Moving Force and a Stationary Force

D-11.     Linkup of Two Moving Forces

E-1.     OPCON versus TACON in Rear Area and Base Security

E-2.     Organization of C2 Facilities in a Corps Rear Area

E-3.     Typical Base Defense Organization

E-4.     Security Platoon

E-5.     Base Cluster Harrington

E-6.     Convoy Security Organization

E-7.     Convoy Control Measures


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