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US Army Table of Organization and Equipment


	          1 OCTOBER 1989
                                            ENGINEER BATTALION, INFANTRY DIVISION (LIGHT)
                                                       (ARMY OF EXCELLENCE)
                                    DESIGNATION:  ----- ENGINEER BATTALION, (INFANTRY DIVISION) (LIGHT)
   1.  MISSION.  A.  TO INCREASE THE COMBAT EFFECTIVENESS OF
   THE INFANTRY DIVISION, LIGHT, BY ACCOMPLISHING MOBILITY,
   COUNTERMOBILITY, AND SURVIVABILITY MISSIONS.
       B.  TO PERFORM INFANTRY COMBAT MISSIONS WHEN REQUIRED.
   2.  ASSIGNMENT.  ORGANIC TO THE INFANTRY DIVISION, LIGHT,
   TOE 77000L000.
   3.  CAPABILITIES.  A.  AT LEVEL 1, THIS UNIT:
       (1)  PROVIDES ADVICE TO THE DIVISION COMMANDER AND
   OTHER MANEUVER COMMANDERS ON ALL MATTERS CONCERNING THE
   PLANNING AND EXECUTION OF THE ENGINEER MISSIONS NEEDED TO
   SUPPORT DIVISIONS OPERATIONS.
       (2)  PLANS, SUPERVISES AND COORDINATES ACTIVITIES OF
   ASSIGNED, ATTACHED AND SUPPORTING ENGINEER UNITS ENGAGED IN
   MOBILITY, COUNTERMOBILITY, SURVIVABILITY, SUSTAINMENT
   ENGINEERING, AND TOPOGRAPHIC TASKS.
       (3)  PREPARES AND MAINTAINS ESSENTIAL COMBAT ROUTES IN
   THE FORWARD BATTLE AREA TO INCLUDE INGRESS AND EGRESS TO
   BLOCKING POSITIONS AND RIVER CROSSING SITES AND EXPEDIENT
   REPAIR OF ESSENTIAL BRIDGES, FORDS, AND CULVERTS.
       (4)  ASSISTS IN THE ASSAULT OF FORTIFIED POSITIONS.
       (5)  ASSISTS MANEUVER UNITS IN THE ASSAULT BREACH OF
   OBSTACLES AND MINEFIELDS.
       (6)  PERFORMS LIMITED OBSTACLE AND MINEFIELD BREACHING
   OPERATIONS.
       (7)  CONDUCTS ENGINEER RECONNAISSANCE AND PRODUCES
   ENGINEER INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION FOR THE DIVISION.
       (8)  PROVIDES FIELD ENGINEERING ADVICE TO ALL
   DIVISIONAL ELEMENTS AND ASSISTANCE AND EQUIPMENT SUPPORT
   TO MANEUVER UNITS IN PREPARATION OF SELECTED STRONG POINTS
   AND FIGHTING POSITIONS FOR WEAPONS SYSTEMS.
       (9)  EMPLACES AND ASSISTS IN THE MANUAL EMPLACEMENT OF
   MINES.
       (10)  CREATES OTHER OBSTACLES TO DEGRADE ENEMY
   MOBILITY INCLUDING BERMS, DITCHES, ABATIS AND WIRE
   ENTANGLEMENTS.
       (11)  PLANS, PREPARES AND EXECUTES DEMOLITION TARGETS
   SUCH AS THE DESTRUCTION OF BRIDGES AND THE CRATERING OF
   ROADS, RAILROADS AND AIRFIELD RUNWAYS.
       (12)  CONDUCTS INFANTRY OPERATIONS WHEN REQUIRED.
       (13)  PROVIDES LIMITED CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR OF
   FORWARD AREA LANDING STRIPS, HELIPADS, AND FORWARD AREA
   REFUEL AND REARMING POINTS.
       (14)  PROVIDES COMPANY AIDMAN HEALTH SERVICES SUPPORT.
       B.  THE COLUMNS UNDER LEVELS 2 AND 3 ADAPT THIS TABLE
   FOR REDUCED OPERATIONAL CAPABILITIES IN DECREMENTS OF 10%,
   FROM APPROXIMATELY 90% FOR LEVEL 2 TO APPROXIMATELY 80%
   FOR LEVEL 3.
       C.  THIS UNIT IS NOT ADAPTABLE TO A TYPE B
   ORGANIZATION.
       D.  THE COLUMNS DESIGNATED BY LEVELS 1 THROUGH 3 ARE
   DESIGNED TO RELATE TO THE CATEGORIES ESTABLISHED IN AR
   220-1, UNIT STATUS REPORTING.
       E.  INDIVIDUALS OF THIS ORGANIZATION, EXCEPT MEDICAL
   PERSONNEL, CAN ASSIST IN THE COORDINATED DEFENSE OF THE
   UNIT'S AREA OR INSTALLATION.
       F.  THIS UNIT PERFORMS UNIT LEVEL MAINTENANCE ON ALL
   ORGANIC EQUIPMENT IN THE BATTALION.
       G.  THIS UNIT IS DEPENDENT UPON:
       (1)  DIVISION MEDICAL BATTALION, TOE 08045L000, FOR
   HEALTH SERVICES SUPPORT, EXCEPT AIDMEN.
       (2)  HEADQUARTERS AND HEADQUARTERS COMPANY LIGHT
   INFANTRY DIVISION, TOE 77004L000 FOR CHAPLAIN SUPPORT.
       (3)  APPROPRIATE ELEMENTS OF THE DIVISION OR CORPS
   FOR RELIGIOUS, LEGAL, FINANCE, PERSONNEL AND
   ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES.
       (4)  ECHELON ABOVE DIVISION (EAD) ENGINEER UNITS FOR
   SELECTED GENERAL ENGINEERING SUPPORT AND SPECIALIZED
   ENGINEER EQUIPMENT (I.E.  COUNTERMINE, BRIDGING, ETC.)
   4.  BASIS OF ALLOCATION.  ONE PER INFANTRY DIVISION, LIGHT,
   TOE 77000L000 REQUIREMENTS.
   5.  CATEGORY.  THIS UNIT IS DESIGNATED A CATEGORY I UNIT.
   (FOR UNIT CATEGORIES, SEE AR 310-25.)
   6.  MOBILITY.  A.  THIS UNIT IS CAPABLE OF TRANSPORTING
   650,500 POUNDS (8,502 CUBIC FEET) OF TOE EQUIPMENT WITH
   ORGANIC VEHICLES.
       B.  THIS UNIT HAS 64,420 POUNDS (3,885 CUBIC FEET) OF
   TOE EQUIPMENT REQUIRING TRANSPORTATION.
       C.  THIS UNIT REQUIRES _________ PERCENT OF ITS TOE
   EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES BE TRANSPORTED IN A SINGLE LIFT
   USING ITS AUTHORIZED ORGANIC VEHICLES.  (SOURCE:          )
   7.  DOCTRINE.  THE FOLLOWING DOCTRINAL PUBLICATIONS ARE
   APPLICABLE TO THE OPERATION OF THIS UNIT.
       FM 100-5, OPERATIONS.
       FM 5-100, ENGINEER COMBAT OPERATIONS.
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