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Department of the Army_Field Manual_Fm_3-01.11_Air Defense Artillery Reference Handbook_31 October 2000

Department of the Army_Field Manual_Fm_3-01.11_Air Defense Artillery Reference Handbook_31 October 2000

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The purpose of this field manual (FM) is to familiarize personnel with ADA operations and weapon
systems. This FM will be useful to personnel serving in the following types of positions:
l staff positions requiring general knowledge of Air Defense Artillery systems and operations
l instructor positions in service schools and the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)
l members of advisory elements and groups assigned to missions in foreign countries
l advisory positions in reserve component forces
l command and leadership positions in special operations force units
l executive positions and advisory positions that require knowledge of air defense subjects
Readers are reminded that weapons systems and operations are continually changing. Publications such
as technical manuals, tables of organization and equipment, and mission training plans (MTP) provide
more detailed information on specific subjects. Many of these sources are referred to in appropriate
sections of this field manual.
The purpose of this field manual (FM) is to familiarize personnel with ADA operations and weapon
systems. This FM will be useful to personnel serving in the following types of positions:
l staff positions requiring general knowledge of Air Defense Artillery systems and operations
l instructor positions in service schools and the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)
l members of advisory elements and groups assigned to missions in foreign countries
l advisory positions in reserve component forces
l command and leadership positions in special operations force units
l executive positions and advisory positions that require knowledge of air defense subjects
Readers are reminded that weapons systems and operations are continually changing. Publications such
as technical manuals, tables of organization and equipment, and mission training plans (MTP) provide
more detailed information on specific subjects. Many of these sources are referred to in appropriate
sections of this field manual.

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*FM 3-01.11Field ManualNo. 3-01.11HeadquartersDepartment of the ArmyWashington, DC, 31 OCTOBER 2000
FM 3-01.11Air Defense ArtilleryReference Handbook
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