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FM 3-20.96
Field Manual HEADQUARTERSNo 3-20.96DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMYWashington, DC, 23 December 2002
CAVALRY SQUADRON (RSTA)
CONTENTS
PREFACE
..................................................................................................................iv
Chapter 1INTRODUCTION
......................................................................................................1-1Cavalry Squadron (RSTA) Organization..................................................................1-3Cavalry Squadron (RSTA) Missions.........................................................................1-6Stryker Brigade Combat Team Overview.................................................................1-8Operational Environment........................................................................................1-10Battlefield Operating Systems................................................................................1-20
Chapter 2BATTLE COMMAND
...............................................................................................2-1The Art of Command................................................................................................2-1The Command and Control System.........................................................................2-7Communications.....................................................................................................2-31Computers..............................................................................................................2-40
Chapter 3RECONNAISSANCE AND SURVEILLANCE OPERATIONS
................................3-1Fundamentals...........................................................................................................3-3Reconnaissance Planning......................................................................................3-14Forms of Reconnaissance......................................................................................3-20Surveillance Operations .........................................................................................3-38Surveillance Planning.............................................................................................3-40Reconnaissance Handover....................................................................................3-42
DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION
: Distribution authorized to U.S. Government agencies and their contractors onlyto protect technical or operational information that is for official government use. This determination was made on12 June 2001. Other requests for this document will be referred to Commander, US Army Armor Center, ATTN:ATZK-TDD-C, Fort Knox, Kentucky 40121-5000.
DESTRUCTION NOTICE:
Destroy by any method that will protect disclosure of contents or reconstruction of thedocument.
 
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Chapter 4SECURITY OPERATIONS
.......................................................................................4-1Purpose, Fundamentals, and Planning Considerations...........................................4-3Screen......................................................................................................................4-7Area and High-Value Asset Security......................................................................4-26Route Security........................................................................................................4-29Convoy Security .....................................................................................................4-32
Chapter 5ENABLING OPERATIONS
......................................................................................5-1Movement.................................................................................................................5-2Assembly Areas........................................................................................................5-8Infiltration/Exfiltration..............................................................................................5-12Linkup Operations ..................................................................................................5-17Relief Operations....................................................................................................5-23Retrograde Operations...........................................................................................5-27Battle Handover and Passage of Lines..................................................................5-32Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Defensive Operations......................................5-40River Crossing Operations .....................................................................................5-48Obstacle Breaching Operations .............................................................................5-51Operations in a Noncontiguous Environment.........................................................5-58
Chapter 6COMBAT SUPPORT
...............................................................................................6-1Relationships and Responsibilities...........................................................................6-2Employ Fires.............................................................................................................6-3Army Airspace Command and Control...................................................................6-21Army Aviation Support............................................................................................6-30Intelligence and Electronic Warfare........................................................................6-84Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Support............................................................6-98Engineer Support....................................................................................................6-99Air Defense Artillery Support................................................................................6-106Signal Support......................................................................................................6-110National and Joint Intelligence Assets..................................................................6-117
Chapter 7SQUADRON URBAN OPERATIONS
......................................................................7-1Components of the Urban Area................................................................................7-2Threat Urban Operations..........................................................................................7-7Stryker Brigade Combat Team’s Role in Urban Operations ..................................7-14Planning..................................................................................................................7-18Execution................................................................................................................7-37

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