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FM 3-24.2 Tactics In Counterinsurgency, 2009

FM 3-24.2 Tactics In Counterinsurgency, 2009

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12/16/2014

 
FM 3-24.2
(FM 90-8, FM 7-98)
TACTICS INCOUNTERINSURGENCY 
 APRIL 2009
DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION:
 Approved for public release, distribution is unlimited.
HEADQUARTERSDEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY 
 
This publication is available at  Army Knowledge Online (www.us.army.mil) and General Dennis J. Reimer Training and Doctrine Digital Library at (www.train.army.mil).
 
* FM 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.
FM 3-24.2 i
Field Manual No. 3-24.2 Headquarters Department of the Army Washington, DC, 21 April 2009
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 ............................................................................... 1-9
 
Civil Consideration Matrixes ............................................................................. 1-10
 
Section IV—EFFECTS ........................................................................................... 1-16
 
Prerequisites ..................................................................................................... 1-16
 
Root Causes ..................................................................................................... 1-17
 
Section V—CULTURAL COMPETENCE AND SITUATIONAL AWARENESS ... 1-18
 
Culture ............................................................................................................... 1-18
 
Cultural Capability ............................................................................................. 1-24
 
Cultural Proficiency Levels................................................................................ 1-24
 
Culturally Influenced Situational Awareness .................................................... 1-25
 
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 ............................................................................................................. 2-3
 

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