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REFERENCES

SOURCES USED

These are the sources quoted or paraphrased in this publication.

AAP-6. NATO Glossary of Terms and Definitions (English and French). January 1995.

AR 50-6. Nuclear and Chemical Weapons and Material, Chemical Surety. 1 February 1995.

AR 55-29. Military Convoy Operations in CONUS. 3 September 1971.

AR 55-162. Permits for Oversize, Overweight, or Other Special Military Movements on Public Highways in the United States. 1 January 1979.

AR 55-355. Defense Traffic Management Regulation. 31 July 1986.

AR 190-11. Physical Security of Arms, Ammunition and Explosives. 30 September 1993.

AR 385-10. Army Safety Program. 23 May 1988.

AR 385-11. Ionizing Radiation Protection (Licensing, Control, Transportation, Disposal, and Radiation Safety). 1 May 1980.

AR 385-40. Accident Reporting and Records. 1 November 1994.

AR 385-55. Prevention of Motor Vehicle Accidents. 12 March 1987.

AR 700-65. Nuclear Weapons and Nuclear Weapons Materiel. 29 August 1985.

AR 710-2. Inventory Management Supply Policy Below the Wholesale Level. 31 January 1992.

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

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

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

FM 3-100. NBC Defense, Chemical Warfare, Smoke, and Flame Operations. 23 May 1991.

FM 5-36. Route Reconnaissance and Classification. 10 May 1985.

FM 6-20-30. Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Fire Support for Corps and Division Operations. 18 October 1989.

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

FM 9-207. Operation and Maintenance of Ordnance Materiel in Cold Weather (0 Degrees F to Minus 65 Degrees F). 10 August 1989.

FM 20-22. Vehicle Recovery Operations. 18 September 1990.

FM 21-10. Field Hygiene and Sanitation. 22 November 1988.

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. 3 August 1984.

FM 21-305. Manual for the Wheeled Vehicle Driver. 27 August 1993.

FM 24-16. Communications-Electronics Operations, Orders, Records and Reports. 7 April 1978.

FM 24-18. Tactical Single-Channel Radio Communications Techniques. 30 September 1987.

FM 25-100. Training the Force. 15 November 1988.

FM 25-101. Battle Focused Training. 30 September 1990.

FM 31-70. Basic Cold Weather Manual. 12 April 1968.

FM 31-71. Northern Operations. 21 June 1971.

FM 43-11. Direct Support Maintenance Operations (Nondivisional). 5 September 1991.

FM 43-12. Division Maintenance Operations. 10 November 1989.

FM 44-3. Air Defense Artillery Employment--CHAPARRAL/VULCAN/STINGER. 15 June 1984.

FM 54-30. Corps Support Groups. 17 June 1993.

FM 55-1. Transportation Operations. 3 October 1995.

FM 55-2. Division Transportation Operations. 31 January 1985.

FM 55-10. Movement Control in a Theater of Operations. 8 December 1992.

FM 55-15. Transportation Reference Data. 9 June 1986.

FM 55-60. Army Terminal Operations. 18 May 1987.

FM 63-3. Corps Support Command. 30 September 1993.

FM 90-6. Mountain Operations. 30 June 1980.

FM 90-10-1. An Infantryman's Guide to Combat in Built-up Areas. 12 May 1993.

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

FM 101-5. Staff Organization and Operations. 25 May 1984.

FORSCOM Regulation 55-1. Unit Movement Planning. 1 October 1995. 49 CFR. Transportation. 1 October 1994.

STANAG 1059. National Distinguishing Letters for Use by NATO Forces. 7 June 1995.

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

STANAG 2014. Operation Orders, Warning Orders and Administrative/Logistics Orders. 14 August 1991.

STANAG 2025. Basic Military Road Traffic Regulations. 2 August 1995.

STANAG 2026. NATO Travel Orders. 13 March 1975.

STANAG 2029. Method of Describing Ground Locations, Areas and Boundaries. 23 October 1989.

STANAG 2041. Operation Orders, Tables and Graphs for Road Movement. 1 August 1980.

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

STANAG 2155. Road Movement Bid and Credit. 26 August 1994.

STANAG 2159. Identification of Movement Control and Traffic Control Personnel and Agencies. 16 April 1975.

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

STANAG 2176. Procedures for Military Road Movement Across National Frontiers. 27 April 1981.

STP 55-88M12-SM. Soldier's Manual, MOS 88M, Motor Transport Operator, Skill Levels 1/2. 23 December 1993.

Summary of Size and Weight Limits. January 1996*

TB 5-4200-200-10. Hand Portable Fire Extinguishers Approved for Army Users. 30 September 1991.

TB 55-46-1. Standard Characteristics (Dimensions, Weight, and Cube) for Transportability of Military Vehicles and Other Outsize/Overweight Equipment (in TOE line item number sequence). 1 January 1995.

TB 55-46-2. Standard Transportability Characteristics (Dimensions, Weight, and Cube) for Military Vehicles and Equipment. 15 January 1996.

TC 24-21. Tactical Multichannel Radio Communications Techniques. 3 October 1988.

TM 3-250. Storage, Shipment, Handling, and Disposal of Chemical Agents and Hazardous Chemicals. 7 March 1969.

TM 38-410. Storage and Handling of Hazardous Materials. 29 May 1992.

TM 55-315. Transportability Guidance for Safe Transport of Radioactive Materials. 23 June 1989.

*Available from:

Department of State Laws
Ó American Trucking Associations, Inc
2200 Mill Road
Alexandria, VA 22314-4677
1-800-ATA-LINE (Catalog #L0040)

DOCUMENTS NEEDED

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

AR 190-5. Motor Vehicle Traffic Supervision. 8 July 1988.

AR 600-55. The Army Driver and Operator Standardization Program (Selection, Training, Testing, and Licensing). 31 December 1993.

DA Form 2. Personnel Qualification Record--Part I. January 1973.

DA Form 2-1. Personnel Qualification Record--Part II. January 1973.

DA Form 285. Accident Investigation Report. January 1992.

DA Form 348. Equipment Operator's Qualification Record (Except Aircraft). October 1964.

DA Form 1317-R. Trailer Receipt (LRA). May 1955.

DA Form 1318-R. Daily Yard Check (LRA). May 1955.

DA Form 1319-R. Daily Outgoing Trailer Report (LRA). May 1955.

DA Form 1320-R. Weekly Trailer Location Report (LRA). May 1955.

DA Form 1660-R. Consolidated Operations Report (LRA). March 1956.

DA Form 1971-1-R. Radiological Data Sheet-Route or Course Leg Technique (Ground and ] Aerial Survey). September 1994.

DA Form 2401. Organization Control Record for Equipment. April 1962.

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

DA Form 6122. (O) Army Emergency Judgement Test, EJT-2. July 1963.

DA Form 6123. (O) Army Visual Judgement Test, VJT-2. August 1964.

DA Form 6124. (O) Two-Hand Coordination Test, THC-2. May 1961.

DA Pam 611-120. Administering and Scoring the Army Motor Vehicle Driver Selection Battery I, MDB-I. 1 July 1973.

DA Pam 611-122. Administering and Scoring the Army Motor Vehicle Driver Selection Battery II, MDB-II. 1 July 1973.

DA Pam 750-1. Leader's Unit Level Maintenance Handbook. 15 February 1994.

DD Form 626. Motor Vehicle Inspection (Transporting Hazardous Materials). October 1995.

DD Form 836. Shipping Paper and Emergency Response Information for Hazardous Materials Transported by Government Vehicles. July 1996.

DD Form 1265. Request for Convoy Clearance. January 1959.

DD Form 1266. Request for Special Hauling Permit. January 1959.

DD Form 1384. Transportation Control and Movement Document. April 1966.

DD Form 1970. Motor Equipment Utilization Record. April 1981.

DOT 5800.4. Emergency Response Guidebook.

FM 20-3. Camouflage. 14 November 1990.

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

OF 346. US Government Motor Vehicle Operator's Identification Card. November 1985.

SF 91. Operator Report on Motor Vehicle Accidents. November 1976.

READINGS RECOMMENDED

These readings contain relevant supplemental information.

AR 5-9. Intraservice Support Installation Area Coordination. 1 March 1984.

AR 25-50. Preparing and Managing Correspondence. 21 November 1988.

AR 220-5. Designation, Classification, and Change in Status of Units. 3 September 1991.

AR 350-41. Training in Units. 19 March 1993.

AR 600-8-22. Military Awards. 28 February 1995.

AR 611-5. Army Personnel Selection and Classification Testing. 15 November 1982.

AR 700-137. Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP). 16 December 1985.

AR 750-1. Army Materiel Maintenance Policy and Retail Maintenance Operations. 1 August 1994.Commander's Guide to Environmental Management. May 1993.

DA Pam 611-16. Handbook of Army Personnel Tests. 1 April 1985.

FM 1-402. Aviator's Recognition Manual. 6 August 1984.

FM 5-34. Engineer Field Data. 14 September 1987.

FM 7-8. Infantry Rifle Platoon and Squad. 22 April 1992.

FM 7-10. The Infantry Rifle Company. 14 December 1990.

FM 8-35. Evacuation of the Sick and Wounded. 22 December 1983.

FM 19-4. Military Police Battlefield Circulation Control, Area Security, and Enemy Prisoner of War Operations. 7 May 1993.

FM 19-25. Military Police Traffic Operations. 30 September 1977.

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

FM 21-26. Map Reading and Land Navigation. 30 September 1987.

FM 27-10. The Law of Land Warfare. 18 July 1956.

FM 55-20. Army Rail Transport Units and Operations. 31 October 1986.

FM 55-65. Strategic Deployment. 3 October 1995.

FM 55-450-3. Multiservice Helicopter External Air Transport: Basic Operations and Equipment. 11 February 1991.

FM 55-450-4. Multiservice Helicopter External Air Transport. Single-Point Rigging Procedures. 11 February 1991.

FM 55-450-5. Multiservice Helicopter External Air Transport. Dual-Point Load Rigging Procedures. 11 February 1991.

FM 90-3. Desert Operations. 24 August 1993.

FM 90-5(HTF). Jungle Operations (How to Fight). 16 August 1982.

FM 100-5. Operations. 14 June 1993.

FM 101-5-1. Operational Terms and Symbols. 21 October 1985.

FM 101-10-1/1. Staff Officers Field Manual--Organizational, Technical and Logistical Data (Volume 1). 7 October 1987.

SB 700-20. Army Adopted/Other Items Selected for Authorization/List of Reportable Items. 1 March 1995.

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

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

STANAG 2047. Emergency Alarms of Hazard or Attack (NBC and Air Attack Only). 27 March 1985.

STANAG 2113. Denial of a Unit's Military Equipment and Supplies to an Enemy. 10 October 1995.

STANAG 2156. Surface Transport Request and Surface Transport Reply. 31 March 1988.

STP 21-1-SMCT. Soldier's Manual of Common Tasks, Skill Level 1. 1 October 1994.

TB 600-1. Procedures for Selection, Training, Testing and Qualifying Operators of Equipment/Systems, Excluding Selected Watercraft and Aircraft, Managed/Supported by US Army Troop Support and Aviation Materiel Readiness Command. 25 July 1977.

TB 600-2. Procedures for Selection, Training, Testing, Qualifying and Licensing Operators of Construction Equipment, Materiel Handling Equipment and Armor-Vehicle-Launched Bridge (AVLB) Managed/Supported by US Army Tank-Automotive Materiel Readiness Command. 28 June 1979.

TC 5-400. Unit Leaders' Handbook for Environmental Stewardship. 29 September 1994.

TM 9-500. Data Sheets for Ordnance Type Materiel. 11 September 1962.

 

 



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