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Combined Arms

Combined Arms

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03/12/2013

 
 
MCI 8205
MARINE CORPS INSTITUTE
STAFF NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERSADVANCED DISTANCE EDUCATIONPROGRAM
COMBINED ARMS
 
MARINE BARRACKSWASHINGTON, DC
 
 
MCI Course 8205
i
Introduction
 
COMBINED ARMS (8205)Course Introduction
Scope
MCI 8205,
Combined Arms
, is the last course you will take in the Staff Noncommissioned Officers Advanced Distance Education Program (8200Program). This course is designed to enhance your understanding of thetheories, methods, and assets related to combined arms.Combined Arms covers many subjects that will enhance your ability to assist junior Marines in their quest to be better Marine leaders. This course ismerely a starting point for what a Marine SNCO needs to know concerningcombined arms. One key to leadership is knowledge. You must be able toanswer junior Marines’ questions on weapons employment, show them howto verify the information, and train them to become knowledgeable leaders.
Prior Reading
You should already have studied examples of combined arms in the
 Introduction to Warfighting Tactics
(8203) course. You learned
 
that acombined arms team has all elements necessary for sustained combat andnoncombat operations. However, simply bringing the assets of this team tothe battlefield does
 
not constitute the fundamental definition critical tomaneuver warfare:
Combined arms is the full integration of arms in such away that in order to counteract one, the enemy must makehimself vulnerable to another. We pose the enemy not just with a problem, but also with a dilemma—a no winsituation.
FMFM 1
Purpose
This course will teach you how to fight combined-arms style. As you haveseen, the basic concept is simple, but putting it into practice takes somestudy, thought, and imagination.
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MCI Course 8205
ii
Introduction
 
Course Introduction,
Continued
Table of Contents
This course contains the following study units:
Study Unit Title Page
i Course Introduction i1 Role of Fire in Modern Tactics 1-12 Cooperation: “putting the Bull in the Horns” 2-13 Indirect Fire 3-14 Anti-armor Assets 4-1
EstimatedStudy Time
You will spend about 2 hours, 30 minutes completing this course.
ReserveRetirementCredits
You will earn one retirement credit for completing this course.Note: Reserve retirement credits are not awarded for the MCI study you doduring drill periods if awarded credits for drill attendance.

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