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REFERENCES

SOURCES USED

These are the sources quoted or paraphrased in this publication.

Army Publications

FM 21-60. Visual Signals. 30 September 87.

FM 24-18. Tactical Single-Channel Radio Communication Techniques. 30 September 87.

FM 34-40. Electronic Warfare Operations. 9 0ctober 87.

FM 55-450-3. Multiservice Helicopter External Air Transport Basic Operations and Equipment. 11 February 91.

FM 55-450-4. Multiservice Helicopter External Air Transport: Single-point Rigging Procedures. 11 February 91.

TM 9-1370-206-10. Operator's Manual: Pyrotechnic Signals. 31 March 91.

Air Force Regulations

MACR 55-60. Assault Zone Procedures. 14 May 90.

DOCUMENTS NEEDED

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

AMC Form 168. Airdrop/Airland/Extraction Zone Control Log.

AMC Form 339. Drop Zone Survey.

FM 57-230. Advanced Parachuting Techniques. 13 September 89.

FM 90-2. Battlefield Deception. 3 October 88.

FM 90-3. (HTF)Desert Operations (How to Fight). 19 August 77.

FM 90-4. Air Assault Operations. 16 March 87.

FM 90-5. (HTF)Jungle Operations (How to Fight). 16 August 82.

FM 90-6. Mountain Operations. 30 June 80.

FM 100-26. The Air-Ground Operations System. 30 March 73.

FM 100-27. US Army/US Air Force Doctrine for Joint Airborne and Tactical Airlift Operations. 31 January 85.

QSTAG 585. Marshaling Helicopters in Multinational Land Operations. 23 April 81.

STANAG 2863. Navigational and Communication Capabilities for Helicopters in Multinational Land Operations. 26 September 88.

STANAG 3117. Aircraft Marshaling Signals. 17 October 85.

STANAG 3281. Personnel Locator Beacons. 3 April 78.

STANAG 3570. Drop Zones and Extraction Zones-Criteria and Markings. 26 March 86.

STANAG 3619. Helipad Marking. 10 July 80.



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