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1960 US Army Vietnam War Field Artillery Communications 231p

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MARCH
1962
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*FM
6-10
FIELD
MANUAL
HEADQUARTERS,
DEPARTMENT
OF
THE
ARMY
No.
6-10
WASHINGTON
25,
D.C.,
7
March
1962
FIELD
ARTILLERY
COMMUNICATIONS
Paragranhs
Page
CHAPTER
1.
INTRODUCTION
....------
1-6
3
2.
GENERAL
Section
I.
General
..............-
--
7-10
5II.
Communication
in
assembly areas
....................--..........
11,
12
5III.
Communicationduring
marches and
halts
...--
13,
14
6
IV.
Communication during
attack,
reorganization, and
pursuit
.
15-20
6
V.
Communication
during
defense
........................
21,
22
7
VI.Communication
duringretrograde movements
.....
.
....----.
3-25
8
CHAPTER
3.
DUTIES
OF
COMMUNICATION
PERSONNEL
-------------------------
26-38
9
4.
MEANSAND
PRINCIPLES
OF
COMMUNICATION
Section
I.
Means
of
communication
....................--...-
39-45
13
II.
Principles
of
communication
establishment
andresponsibility
-...............
46-53
15
CHAPTER
5.
COMMUNICATION
SECURITY
Section
I.
General
--------------------------
54-57
17
II.
Cryptographic security ...................---------...
58-61
18
III.
Physical
security ......................
62-65
19
IV.
Transmission security
.-.............
66-73
19
CHAPTER
6.
SIGNAL
ORDERS
AND
INSTRUCTIONS
-----------------
74-79
23
7.
THEFIELD
MESSAGE
I
80 93258.
MESSAGE-CRYPTO
CENTER
OPERATION
Section
I.
General
.-..------------------------.--
-
94-97
31
II.
Handling
outgoing
messages
......................--..----
99,
98
34
III.
Handling
incomingmessages
.....................---.......
100-102
36
CHAPTER
9.
RADIOTELEPHONE
PROCEDURE-CONDUCT
OF
FIRE
.................
103-108
37
10.
RADIO/WIRE
INTEGRATIONPROCEDURE
.....................
109-111
45
11.
TELEPHONE
AND
SWITCHBOARD
PROCEDURE
...............
112-115
49
12.
TRAFFIC
DIAGRAM
AND
LINE
ROUTE
MAP
---------------.-------
116-118
5313.
COMMUNICATION
EQUIPMENT
Section
I.
General
............................-----...........
119-121
57
II.
Wire
equipment
..........................--................
122-147
57
III.
Radio
equipment.......................--.--..
148-163
74
CHAPTER
14.
COMMUNICATION
SYSTEMS
Section
I.
Communication requirements
....................--.....
164-170
95
II.
Communication
system,
army artillery
...................--........
71
174
96
III.
Communicationsystem,corps
artillery
............
75-179
98
IV.
Communication system,
artillery
group
....................
180-185
103
V.
Communication systems,
artillery
missile
battalion,
Redstone
.-...............
186-190
107
VI. Communication
system,
artillery
280-mm gun
battalion
191-196
110
VII.
Communication
system,
artillery
target
acquisition
battalion
.---------
--------
197-204
113
VIII.
Communicationsystem,
artillery
missile
battalion,
Corporal
................
205-211
122
IX.
Communication system,
artillery
missile
battalion,
Lacrosse, self-propelled
.
........
12217
126
X.
Communication
system,
artillery
missile
battalion,
HonestJohn
rocket,
self-propelled
-----
218-224
130
XI.
Communication system,
artillery
missile
battalion, Little John
rocket,
missile
command
(air
transportable)..
--
225-230
135
XII.
Communicationsystem,
artillery
howitzer
battalion,
8-inch,towed or self-propelled
--. ..
31-236
138
XIII.
Communication system,
artillery
howitzer
battalion,
105-mm,
towed,
and
artillery
howitzer
battalion,
155-mm,
towedandself-propelled
..............--.........
237-241
141
'This
manual supersedes
chapter
14,
FM
6-20,
10
December
1958;chapter 10,
FM
6-21,
24
February
1960;
chapter
8,
FM
6-25,
9
September
1960,
chapter
8,
FM
6-30,19
March
1959;
section
V,
chapter23,
FM
6-40,9
November
1960; chapter 8,
FM
6-45,
19
September
1960;
chapter 8,
FM
6-61,
31 December
1959;
chapter 10,
FM
6-115,
2
August 1956;
chapter
4,
FM
6-120,
5
July1951;
chapter
9
and
appendix
Ill,
FM
6-140,
23
August1960.
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FM
6-10
Paragraphb
Page
SectionXIV.Communicationsystem,
artillery
howitzer
battalion,
105-mm,
self-propelled
-.
......
42-246
144
XV.
Communicationsystem,
artillery
howitzer
battery,
105-mm,
self-propelled,
armored cavalry
squadron
..................................------
247-251
148
XVI. Communication
system,
artillerysearchlight
battery
.--------
----------
--------
-
252-256
150
XVII.
Communicationsystem,
infantry
division
artilleryheadquarters
.------------
-257-----
257
261
153
XVIII.
Communicationsystem,
infantry
division artilleryhowitzer
battalion,
105-mm
and
155-mm
towed
and
self-propelled
.--
262-266
160
XIX.
Communicationsystem,
infantry
division
artillery
battalion
762-mm
rocket,
self-propelled
and
8-inch
howitzer,
towed
.........................--
--
267-273
165
XX.
Communication
system, armored
division
artillery
headquarters
-.
..--
-- -
274-278
170
XXI.
Communicationsystem, armored
division
artillery
howitzer
battalion,
105-mm,
self-propelled 279-283
175
XXII.
Communicationsystem,armored
division
artillery battalion,
155-mm
howitzer,
8-inch
howitzer,
762-mm rocket,
self-propelled
.........
.
..........--
-.
284-288
180
XXIII.
Communicationsystem, airborne
division
artillery
headquarters
......--
..
289-293
183
XXIV. Communication
system,
airborne
division
artillery
howitzer
battery,
105-mm
-------.----
294-296
190
XXV.Communication
system,
airbornedivision
artillery
missile
battery,Little
John
rocket
-----
297-300
192
XXVI.
Communicationsystem,
U.S.
Army
missile
command(medium)
..........--
-.
301-306
195
XXVII.
Communication
system,
artillery
target
acquisition
battalion,
U.S.
Army
missile
command(medium)
--
......
.
......
.....----
.
307 313
202
XXVIII.
Communicationsystemsemployed
in
air-ground
operations
and
fire
support
coordination
in
the
field
army
.....................................---.............
.
14-328
207
CHAPrTEl15.
SIGNAL
MAINTENANCE
..
-
--.-----
329-332
213
APPENDIX
I
-.------........-----------
-1-.-------
------
215
-II
-...................................................................
217
III-
.
.............................................------
221
INDEX
-
_.__
-- --
------------------------
------
225
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