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Counterinsurgency Manual US Army

Counterinsurgency Manual US Army

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FM
I
Tactics in ounterinsurgency
 
MARCH 2009
HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION:
 A
pproved for public release, distribution is unlimited.
FMI 3-24.2 (FM 90-8, FM 7-98)
 
* FMI 3-24.2 (FM 90-8, FM 7-98)
Distribution Restriction:
 Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. * This publication supersedes FM 90-8, 29 August 1986 and FM 7-98, 19 October 1992.
FMI 3-24.2 i
Field Manual Interim No. 3-24.2 Headquarters Department of the Army Washington, DC,_____________
Tactics in Counterinsurgency
Contents
Page
PREFACE.................................................................................................................viii INTRODUCTION.........................................................................................................ix Chapter 1 OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT OF COUNTERINSURGENCY...........................1-1
 
Section I—OVERVIEW.............................................................................................1-1
 
Insurgency...........................................................................................................1-1
 
Counterinsurgency..............................................................................................1-2
 
Influences on Current Operational Environments...............................................1-2
 
Section II—OPERATIONAL AND MISSION VARIABLES.....................................1-3
 
Operational Variables.........................................................................................1-3
 
Mission Variables................................................................................................1-6
 
Section III—ANALYSIS OF CIVIL CONSIDERATIONS USING ASCOPE.............1-8
 
Methodology........................................................................................................1-8
 
Civil Considerations Overlay.............................................................................1-10
 
Civil Consideration Matrixes.............................................................................1-10
 
Section IV—EFFECTS...........................................................................................1-17
 
Prerequisites.....................................................................................................1-17
 
Root Causes.....................................................................................................1-18
 
Section V—CULTURAL COMPETENCE AND SITUATIONAL AWARENESS...1-19
 
Culture...............................................................................................................1-19
 
Cultural Capability.............................................................................................1-24
 
Cultural Proficiency Levels................................................................................1-25
 
Culturally Influenced Situational Awareness....................................................1-26
 
Chapter 2 FOUNDATIONS OF INSURGENCY.........................................................................2-1
 
Section I—OVERVIEW.............................................................................................2-1
 
Components........................................................................................................2-1
 
Manifestations.....................................................................................................2-1
 
Historical Insurgency...........................................................................................2-2
 
Section II—ELEMENTS...........................................................................................2-2
 
Leaders...............................................................................................................2-3
 
Guerrillas.............................................................................................................2-4
 

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