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Army FM 325 26 Map Reading and Land Navigation

Army FM 325 26 Map Reading and Land Navigation

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HEADQUARTERSFM 3-25.26 (FM 21-26)DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
MAP READINGANDLAND NAVIGATION
DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
 
FM 3-25.26
(FM 21-26)
i
FIELD MANUALHEADQUARTERSNo. 3-25.26DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMYWashington, DC , 20 July 2001
MAP READING AND LAND NAVIGATION
CONTENTS
Page
PREFACE
..........................................................................................................................v
Part OneMAP READING
CHAPTER 1.TRAINING STRATEGY
1-1. Building-Block Approach.........................................................1-11-2. Armywide Implementation .......................................................1-21-3. Safety.........................................................................................1-2
CHAPTER 2.MAPS
2-1. Definition..................................................................................2-12-2. Purpose......................................................................................2-12-3. Procurement..............................................................................2-22-4. Security .....................................................................................2-32-5. Care...........................................................................................2-32-6. Categories..................................................................................2-32-7. Military Map Substitutes...........................................................2-72-8. Standards of Accuracy..............................................................2-8
CHAPTER 3.MARGINAL INFORMATION AND SYMBOLS
3-1. Marginal Information on a Military Map..................................3-13-2. Additional Notes.......................................................................3-53-3. Topographic Map Symbols.......................................................3-53-4. Military Symbols.......................................................................3-63-5. Colors Used on a Military Map.................................................3-6
CHAPTER 4.GRIDS
4-1. Reference System......................................................................4-14-2. Geographic Coordinates............................................................4-14-3. Military Grids..........................................................................4-10
DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION
: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. _________________ *This publication FM 3-25.26 supersedes FM 21-26,
7 May 1993.
 
FM 3-25.26ii
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4-4. United States Army Military Grid Reference System ............4-124-5. Locate a Point Using Grid Coordinates ..................................4-174-6. Locate a Point Using the US Army Military GridReference System....................................................................4-214-7. Grid Reference Box.................................................................4-244-8. Other Grid Systems.................................................................4-254-9. Protection of Map Coordinates and Locations........................4-27
CHAPTER 5.SCALE AND DISTANCE
5-1. Representative Fraction.............................................................5-15-2. Graphic (Bar) Scales.................................................................5-35-3. Other Methods.........................................................................5-11
CHAPTER 6.DIRECTION
6-1. Methods of Expressing Direction .............................................6-16-2. Base Lines.................................................................................6-16-3. Azimuths...................................................................................6-26-4. Grid Azimuths...........................................................................6-46-5. Protractor...................................................................................6-56-6. Declination Diagram.................................................................6-86-7. Intersection..............................................................................6-146-8. Resection.................................................................................6-166-9. Modified Resection.................................................................6-196-10. Polar Coordinates....................................................................6-20
CHAPTER 7.OVERLAYS
7-1. Purpose......................................................................................7-17-2. Map Overlay .............................................................................7-17-3. Aerial Photograph Overlay .......................................................7-3
CHAPTER 8.AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS
8-1. Comparison With Maps ............................................................8-18-2. Types.........................................................................................8-18-3. Types of Film............................................................................8-78-4. Numbering and Titling Information..........................................8-78-5. Scale Determination..................................................................8-88-6. Indexing ..................................................................................8-108-7. Orienting of Photograph..........................................................8-138-8. Point Designation Grid............................................................8-148-9. Identification of Photograph Features.....................................8-178-10. Stereovision.............................................................................8-18

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