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Preface

Air defense artillery units are a limited resource on the battlefield. Available ADA resources will be dedicated to the protection of assets deemed by commanders to be critical to the success of the tactical plan, leaving other assets without dedicated ADA coverage. All units with or without dedicated ADA support must contribute to their own defense against air attack. This manual is addressed to all unit commanders. It explains the air threat to units on the ground and places the threat in its proper perspective. It also explains how ground commanders can protect their units from air attack through the use of passive and active air defense measures.

This publication implements the following international standardization agreements:

STANAG

TITLE

EDITION

2014

Operation Orders, Warning, and Administrative/Logistics Orders

7

2019

Military Symbols for Land Based Systems -- APP-6

3

2034

Land Forces Procedures for Allied Supply Transactions

4

2041

Operations Orders, Tables and Graphs for Road Movement

4

2047

Emergency Alarms of Hazard or Attack (NBC and Air Attack Only)

6

2079

Rear Air Security and Rear Area Damage Control

4

2150

NBC-NATO Standards of Proficiency for NBC Defence

5

2868

Land Force Tactical Doctrine -- ATP-35(B)

5

3700

NATO Tactical Air Doctrine -- ATP-33(B)

5

3736

Offensive Air Support Operations -- ATP-27(B)

8

3805

Doctrine and Procedures for Airspace Control in Times of Crisis and War -- ATP-40 (A)

4

3880

Counter Air Operations -- ATP-42 (B) D

3

 

 

 

QSTAG

 

 

509

Military Symbols

 

 

The proponent of this publication is HQ TRADOC. Submit changes to improve this manual on DA Form 2028 and forward to Commandant, US Army Air Defense Artillery School, ATTN: ATSA-DOT-SH, Fort Bliss, TX 79916-3802.

Unless this publication states otherwise, the masculine gender applies to both men and women.

 



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