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FM 3-22 Army Support to Security Cooperation (2013) uploaded by Richard J. Campbell

FM 3-22 Army Support to Security Cooperation (2013) uploaded by Richard J. Campbell

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FM 3-22 provides doctrine for Army support to DOD security cooperation. It explains how Army forces conduct security cooperation, from theater army through brigade level, including support from HQ, Dept. of the Army, functional Army Service component commands, major commands, and direct support.
FM 3-22 provides doctrine for Army support to DOD security cooperation. It explains how Army forces conduct security cooperation, from theater army through brigade level, including support from HQ, Dept. of the Army, functional Army Service component commands, major commands, and direct support.

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12/15/2014

 
FM 3-
22
 ARMY SUPPORT TO SECURITY COOPERATION
 JANUARY 2013
 DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION:
 Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
 HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
 
 This publication is available at Army Knowledge Online (https://armypubs.us.army.mil/doctrine/index.html).
 
*FM 3-22
(FM 3-07.1)
 
Distribution Restriction:
 Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
*This publication supersedes FM 3-07.1, dated 1 May 2009. i
Field Manual  No. 3-22 (3-07.1) Headquarters Department of the Army Washington, DC,

 January 2013
Army Support to Security Cooperation
Contents
Page
PREFACE.............................................................................................................. iii
 
INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................... v
 
Chapter 1 STRATEGIC CONTEXT ..................................................................................... 1-1
 
Security Cooperation Defined ............................................................................ 1-1
 
National Strategic Direction and Guidance ........................................................ 1-2
 
 Army Role in Security Cooperation .................................................................... 1-5
 
Security Cooperation Activities ........................................................................... 1-9
 
Organization for Unified Action ......................................................................... 1-13
 
Security Cooperation Framework ..................................................................... 1-19
 
Mitigating Strategic and Operational Risk ........................................................ 1-23
 
Chapter 2 LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS .............................................................................. 2-1
 
General Legal Foundation for Military Actions ................................................... 2-1
 
Legal Authority For Security Cooperation .......................................................... 2-1
 
Host-Country Law And Status-of-Forces Agreements ....................................... 2-1
 
Legal Constraints on Missions ........................................................................... 2-2
 
Chapter 3 PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT CONSIDERATIONS .................................... 3-1
 
Theater Campaign Planning ............................................................................... 3-1
 
Theater Campaign Support Planning ................................................................. 3-3
 
Mission Analysis ................................................................................................. 3-3
 
Host-Nation Support ......................................................................................... 3-16
 
Multinational Support ........................................................................................ 3-17
 
Sustainment to Enable Strategic and Operational Reach ................................ 3-17
 
Country Plans and Country Support Plans ....................................................... 3-19
 
Chapter 4 PREPARATION AND EXECUTION CONSIDERATIONS ................................. 4-1
 
Functional Considerations for Achieving Goals and Objectives ......................... 4-1
 
Security Force Assistance Tasks ....................................................................... 4-3
 
Security Force Assistance Mission Elements ................................................... 4-14
 

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