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References

SOURCES USED

These are the sources quoted or paraphrased in this publication.

Army Publications

DA Pam 738-750. Functional Users Manual for the Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS). 1 August 1994.

FM 1-114. Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for the Regimental Aviation Squadron. 20 February 1991.

FM 5-71-2. Armored Task-Force Engineer Combat Operations. 28 June 1996.

FM 5-71-3. Brigade Engineer Combat Operations (Armored). 3 October 1995.

FM 5-71-100. Division Engineer Combat Operations. 22 April 1993.

FM 5-114. Engineer Operations Short of War. 13 July 1992.

FM 5-250. Explosives and Demolitions. To be published within 6 months.

FM 5-446. Military Nonstandard Fixed Bridging. 3 June 1991.

FM 6-20-40. Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Fire Support for Brigade Operations (Heavy). 5 January 1990.

FM 6-30. Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Observed Fire. 16 July 1991.

FM 17-95. Cavalry Operations. 24 December 1996.

FM 17-95-10. The Armored Cavalry Regiment and Squadron. 22 September 1993.

FM 17-98. Scout Platoon. 9 September 1994.

FM 20-32. Mine/Countermine Operations. To be published within 6 months.

FM 21-26. Map Reading and Land Navigation. 7 May 1993.

FM 34-1. Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Operations. 27 September 1994.

FM 34-2. Collection Management and Synchronization Planning. 8 March 1994.

FM 34-2-1. Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Reconnaissance and Surveillance and Intelligence Support to Counterreconnaissance. 19 June 1991.

FM 34-130. Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield. 8 July 1994.

FM 71-1. Tank and Mechanized Infantry Company Team. 22 November 1988.

FM 71-2. The Tank and Mechanized Infantry Battalion Task Force. 27 September 1988.

FM 71-3. The Armored and Mechanized Infantry Brigade. 8 January 1996.

FM 90-13. River Crossing Operations. 30 September 1992.

FM 90-13-1. Combined Arms Breaching Operations. 28 February 1991.

FM 100-5. Operations. 14 June 1993.

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

FM 100-16. Army Operational Support. 31 May 1995.

FM 101-5. Staff Organization and Operations. 31 May 1997.

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

Standardization Agreements

STANAG 2010. Military Load Classification Markings. 18 November 1980.

STANAG 2021. Military Computation of Bridge, Ferry, Raft and Vehicle Classifications. 18 September 1990.

STANAG 2027. Marking of Military Vehicles. 18 December 1975.

STANAG 2154. Regulations for Military Motor Vehicle Movement by Road. 19 June 1992.

STANAG 2174. Military Routes and Route/Road Networks. 25 February 1994.

STANAG 2253. Roads and Road Structures. 29 January 1982.

STANAG 2269. Engineer Resources. 14 May 1979.

DOCUMENTS NEEDED

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

Department of the Army Forms

DA Form 1248. Road Reconnaissance Report. 1 July 1960.

DA Form 1249. Bridge Reconnaissance Report. 1 July 1960.

DA Form 1250. Tunnel Reconnaissance Report. 1 January 1955.

DA Form 1251. Ford Reconnaissance Report. 1 January 1955.

DA Form 1252. Ferry Reconnaissance Report. 1 January 1955.

DA Form 1711-R. Engineer Reconnaissance Report. May 1985.

DA Form 2028. Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms. 1 February 1974.

DA Form 2404. Equipment Inspection and Maintenance Worksheet. 1 April 1979.

DA Form 2408-14. Uncorrected Fault Record. June 1994.

READINGS RECOMMENDED

These readings contain relevant supplemental information.

Army Publications

FM 3-4. NBC Protection. 29 May 1992.

FM 3-5. NBC Decontamination. 17 November 1993.

FM 3-19. NBC Reconnaissance. 19 November 1993.

FM 19-40. Enemy Prisoners of War, Civilian Internees, and Detained Persons. 27 February 1976.



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