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SOURCES USED

These are the sources quoted or paraphrased in this publication.

AR 385-63. Policies and Procedures for Firing Ammunition for Training, Target Practice, and Combat. 15 October 1983.

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

Ott, General David E. Vietnam Studies, Field Artillery, 1954-1973. Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office. 1975.

STANAG 2934 Chapter 13/QSTAG 503. Bombing, Shelling, Mortaring, and Location Reports. 20 June 1989/30 August 1994.

STANAG 2041/QSTAG 520. Operational Orders, Tables and Graphs for Road Movement. 1 August 1980/25 August 1981.

STANAG 2047/QSTAG 183. Emergency Alarms of Hazard or Attack (NBC and Air Attack Only). 27 March 1985/14 August 1991.

STANAG 2113. Denial of a Unit's Military Equipment and Supplies to an Enemy. 15 December 1989.

STANAG 2154/QSTAG 539. Regulations for Military Motor Vehicle Movement by Road. 19 October 1987/2 October 1980.

TC 24-20. Tactical Wire and Cable Techniques. 3 October 1988.

TM 9-1300-206. Ammunition and Explosives Standards. 30 August 1973.

TM 9-1300-251-20. Organizational Maintenance Manual (Including Repair Parts and Special Tools List): Artillery Ammunition for Guns, Howitzers, Mortars, Recoilless Rifles, and 40-mm Grenade Launchers. 21 December 1973.

TM 11-7440-283-12-2. Operator's and Organizational Maintenance Manual for Data Display Groups, Gun Direction, OD-144(V)/GYK-29(V). 27 September 1982.

TM 43-0001-28. Army Ammunition Data Sheets for Artillery Ammunition: Guns, Howitzers, Mortars, Recoilless Rifles, Grenade Launchers, and Artillery Fuzes (FSC 1310, 1315, 1320, 1390). 28 April 1994.

DOCUMENTS NEEDED

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

ARTEP 6-127-30-MTP. Mission Training Plan for the Cannon Firing Battery 105mm, Towed. 24 January 1990.

ARTEP 6-167-30-MTP. Mission Training Plan for the Cannon Firing Battery (3x6), 155mm, Towed M198. 13 November 1991.

ARTEP 6-367-20-MTP. Mission Training Plan for the Cannon Firing Battery Firing platoon 155mm, Self Propelled and Towed. 20 December 1990.

DA Form 581. Request for Issue and Turn-In of Ammunition. August 1989.

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

DA Form 2185-R. Artillery Counterfire Information. April 1990.

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

DA Form 2406. Material Condition Status Report. April 1993.

DA Form 2407. Maintenance Request. August 1988.

DA Form 2408. Equipment Log Assembly (Records). November 1991.

DA Form 2408-4. Weapon Record Data. January 1979.

DA Form 2408-14. Uncorrected Fault Record. October 1991.

DA Form 4504. Record of Fire. October 1978.

DA Form 4513. Record of Missions Fired. May 1976.

DA Form 5212-R. Gunner's Reference Card. May 1983.

DA Form 5517-R. Standard Range Card. February 1986.

DA Form 5698-R. Weapons Location Data. August 1988.

DA Form 5699-R. Howitzer Range Card. August 1988.

DA Form 5969-R. Section Chiefs Report. October 1990.

DA Pam 25-30. Consolidated Index of Army Publications and Blank Forms. 1 October 1993.

DA Pam 710-2-1. Using Unit Supply System (Manual Procedures). 1 January 1982.

DA Pam 738-750. The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS). 27 September 1991.

STP 6-13B14-SM-TG. Soldier's Manual and Trainer's Guide: 13B, Cannon Crew Member. 15 August 1989.

TM 9-1015-203-12. Operator/Crew and Organizational Maintenance Manual for Howitzer, Light: Towed 105-mm, M101A1 (NSN 1015-00-322-9752). 21 April 1993.

TM 9-1015-234-10. Operator's Maintenance Manual for Howitzer, Light, Towed: 105-mm, M102 (NSN 1015-00-086-8164). 19 August 1985.

TM 9-1015-252-10. Operators Manual for Howitzer, Light, Towed 105mm, M119A1. 5 October 1992.

TM 9-1025-211-10. Operator's Manual (Crew) for Howitzer, Medium, Towed: 155-mm, M198 (NSN 1025-01-026-6648). 14 January 1991.

TM 9-2350-267-10. Operators Manual for Carrier, Ammunition, Tracked: M992 (NSN 2350-01-110-4660. 4 October 1991.

TM 9-2350-311-10. Operator's Manual for Howitzers, Medium, Self-Propelled: 155-mm, M109A2, M109A3, M109A4, and M109A5. 27 June 1986.

RECOMMENDED READING

These readings contain relevant supplemental information.

AAP-6. NATO Glossary of Terms and Definitions. March 1986.

Note: AAP-6 can be obtained from NATO Terminology Coordinator, Military Agency for Standardization (MAS), NATO Headquarters, B.110 Brussels, Belgium.

AOP-6. Land Forces Ammunition Interchangeability Catalogue in Wartime. May 1989.

Note: AOP-6 can be obtained from Logistics Specialist, TRADOC Munitions System Managers, USAOMMCS, ATTN: ATSK-Z, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35897-6095.

AR 75-1. Malfunctions Involving Ammunition and Explosives. 1 March 1989.

AR 310-25. Dictionary of United States Army Terms. 15 October 1983.

AR 310-50. Authorized Abbreviations and Brevity Codes. 15 November 1985.

AR 380-5. Department of the Army Information Security Program. 25 February 1988.

AR 380-19. Department of the Army Information System Security Program. 1 August 1990.

AR 672-5-1. Military Awards. 12 April 1984.

AR 750-1. Army Material Maintenance Policy and Retail Maintenance Operations. 11 March 1988.

DST-1160G-029-85. Projectile Fragment Identification Guide. 27 January 1989.

Note: DST-1160G-029-85 can be obtained from Foreign Science and Technology Center, ATTN: AIA-IPD, US Army Intelligence Agency, Washington DC 20310-1015.

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

FM 3-5. NBC Decontamination. 23 July 1992.

(C) FM 3-10B. Employment of Chemical Agents (U). 30 November 1966.

FM 3-100. NBC Operations. 23 May 1991.

FM 5-25. Explosives and Demolitions. 15 June 1992.

FM 5-103. Survivability. 10 June 1985.

FM 6-2. Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Field Artillery Survey. 23 September 1993.

FM 6-15. Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Field Artillery Meteorology. 18 June 1992.

FM 6-20. Fire Support in the AirLand Battle. 17 May 1988.

FM 6-20-1. Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for the Field Artillery Cannon Battalion. 29 November 1990.

FM 6-20-2. Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Corps Artillery, Division Artillery, and Field Artillery Brigade Headquarters. 7 January 1993.

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

FM 6-40. Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Field Artillery Manual Cannon Gunnery. 26 August 1994.

FM 6-121. Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Field Artillery Target Acquisition. 25 September 1990.

FM 7-7. The Mechanized Infantry Platoon and Squad (APC). 15 March 1985.

FM 7-7J. The Mechanized Infantry Platoon and Squad (Bradley). 7 May 1993.

FM 9-6. Ammunition Service in the Theater of Operations. 1 September 1989.

FM 10-63. Handling of Deceased Personnel in Theaters of Operations. AFM 143-3/FMFM 4-8. 28 February 1986.

FM 11-50. Combat Communications Within the Division. 4 April 1991.

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

FM 19-30. Physical Security. 1 March 1979.

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

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

FM 21-60. Visual Signals. 30 September 1987.

FM 23-9. M16A1 Rifle and M16A2 Rifle Marksmanship. 3 July 1989.

FM 23-23. Antipersonnel Mine M18A1 and M18 (CLAYMORE). 6 January 1966.

FM 23-25. Launcher and Cartridge 84mm M136 (AT4) HEAT. 22 November 1988.

FM 23-31. 40mm Grenade Launchers M203 and M79. 1 May 1972.

FM 23-33. 66-mm Heat Rocket, M72A1, M72A2 (Light Antitank Weapon). 20 April 1979.

FM 23-65. Browning Machine Gun, Caliber .50 HB, M2. 19 June 1991.

FM 23-67. Machine Gun 7.62-mm, M60. 29 February 1984.

FM 24-1. Signal Support in the AirLand Battle. 15 October 1990.

(S) FM 34-40. Electronic Warfare operations (U). 9 October 1987.

FM 44-1. US Army air Defense Artillery Employment. 9 May 1983.

(S) FM 44-1A. Air defense Artillery Operational Planning Data (U). 9 May 1983.

FM 44-3. Air defense Artillery Employment: Chaparral/Vulcan/Stinger. 15 June 1984.

FM 44-18. Air Defense Artillery Employment, Stinger. 30 September 1981.

FM 55 Series. Transportation.

FM 55-9. Unit Air Movement Plan. 5 April 1993.

FM 55-12. Movement of Units in Air force Aircraft. AFM 76-6/FMFM 4-6/OPNA VINST 4630.27A. 10 November 1989.

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

FM 55-30. Army Motor Transport Units and Operations. 14 March 1980.

FM 55-450-2. Army Helicopter Internal Load Operations. 5 June 1992.

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

FM 90-3. Desert Operations (FMFM 7-27). 24 August 1993.

FM 90-4. Air Assault Operations. 16 March 1987.

FM 90-10(HTF). Military Operations on Urbanized Terrain (MOUT). 15 August 1979.

FM 90-13. River Crossing Operations (FMFM 7-26). 30 September 1992.

FM 100-2-1. Soviet Army Operations and Tactics. 16 July 1984.

FM 100-5. Operations. 14 June 1993.

FM 100-27. US Army/US Air Force Doctrine for Joint Airborne and Tactical Airlift Operations AFM 2-50. 31 January 1985.

FM 101-10 Series. Staff Officer's Field Manuals.

FM 101-10-1. Staff Officer's Field Manual: Organizational, Technical, and Logistical Data (Unclassified Data). 7 October 1987.

FM 101-60-2. (C) Joint Munitions Effectiveness Manual, Surface to Surface (JMEM/SS) Electiveness Data For Howitzer, 105mm, M101A1 (FMFM 4-7D-1). 8 March 1978.

FM 101-60-24. (C) Joint munitions Electiveness Manual, Surface to Surface (JMEM/SS) Effectiveness Data For Howitzer, 8 inch, M110A2 (FMFM 4-7D-8). 1 May 1984.

FM 101-60-25. (S/NOFORN) Joint Munitions Effectiveness Manual, Surface to Surface (JMEM/SS) Effectiveness Data For Howitzers, 155mm M198, and M109A2/A3 (FMFM 4-7D-9). 1 September 1984.

(C) FM 101-60-29. Joint Munitions Effectiveness Manual, Surface to Surface (JMEM/SS) Electiveness Data For Howitzers, 105mm, M102, and M119 (FMFM 4-7D-12) (U). 30 May 1986.

Note: These JMEMs may be obtained through S-2 channels from S&I Director USA Materiel Systems Analysis Activity, ATTN: AMXSY-J, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD 21005-5071.

FMFM 6-9. Marine Artillery Support. 29 June 1993.

FMFM 6-18. Techniques and Procedures for Fire Support Coordination. 27 March 1992.

FMFM 6-18-1. Marine Corps Fire Support System Techniques and Procedures. 5 October 1994.

NWP 22-2/FMFM 1-7. Supporting Arms in Amphibious Operations.

STANAG 1059. National Distinguishing Letters for Use by NATO Armed Forces. 6 December 1988.

STANAG 2002/QSTAG 501. Warning Signs for the marking of Contaminated or Dangerous Land Areas, Complete Equipments, Supplies, and Stores. 26 November 1980/28 September 1979.

STANAG 2019/QSTAG 509. Military Symbols for Land Based Systems. 16 September 1986/5 March 1979.

STANAG 2021/QSTAG 180. Computation of Bridge, Ferry, Raft, and Vehicle Classifications. 18 August 1990/12 August 1991

STANAG 2025/QSTAG 591. Basic Military Road Traffic Regulations. 1 October 1986/16 February 1989.

STANAG 2103/QSTAG 187. Reporting Nuclear Detonations, Biological and Chemical attacks, and Predicting and Warning of Associated Hazards and Hazard Areas (ATP-45). 31 October 1994/15 July 1987.

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

STANAG 2174/QSTAG 507. Military Routes and Route/Road Networks. 25 February 1994/12 December 1980.

STANAG 2176. Procedure for Military Road Movements Across National Frontiers. 27 April 1981

Note: STANAGs and QSTAGs can be obtained from Naval Publications Center 5801 Tabor Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19120. DA Form 1425 may be used to requisition documents.

TB 43-180. Calibration Requirements for the Maintenance of Army Material. 27 November 1992.

TM 6-230. Logarithms and Mathematical tables. 26 June 1956.

TM 9-1100 Series. Operator and Organizational Manuals (Specific Systems).

TM 9-1290-262-10. Operator's manual for Aiming Circle, M2 (NSN 1290-00-614-0008) and M2A2 (NSN 1290-01-067-0687). 15 April 1981.

TM 9-1300-200. Ammunition, General. 3 October 1969.

TM 9-6920-361-13&P. Operator, Organizational and Direct Support Maintenance Manual (Including Repair Parts and Special Tools List): Field Artillery Trainer Kits (with Field Artillery Trainer M31). 22 September 1976.

TM 43-0001-28-3. Data Sheets for Guns, Howitzers, Mortars Interoperable Ammunition. 29 September 1986.

TM 43-0001-28-4. Artillery Ammunition: Authorized Projectile, Fuze, and Propelling Charge Combinations for Howitzer, Heavy Self-Propelled, 8-inch: M110A2, with Cannon M201A1. 4 August 1988.

TM 43-0001-28-6. Artillery Ammunition: Authorized Projectile, Fuze, and Propelling Charge Combinations for Howitzer, Medium, Self-Propelled 155mm: M109A3-A4 with Cannon M185. 30 June 1993.

TM 43-0001-28-7. Artillery Ammunition: Authorized Projectile, Fuze, and Propelling Charge Combinations for Howitzer, Medium, Towed, 155mm: M198 with Cannon M199. 30 June 1993.

TM 43-0001-28-10. Artillery Ammunition: Authorized Projectile, Fuze, and Propelling Charge Combinations for Howitzer, Light, Towed, 105mm: M101A1, and M102. 31 August 1988.

TM 43-0001-28-13. Artillery Ammunition: Authorized Projectile, Fuze, and Propelling Charge Combinations for Howitzer, Medium, Self-Propelled, 155mm: M109A5-A6 with Cannon M284. 15 September 1994.




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