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ATTP 4-41

ATTP 4-41

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Army Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (ATTP) 4-41 (FM 10-23) - Army Field Feeding and Class I Operations, dated 14 October 2010
Army Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (ATTP) 4-41 (FM 10-23) - Army Field Feeding and Class I Operations, dated 14 October 2010

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ATTP 4-41 (FM 10-23)Army Field Feeding andClass I Operations
OCTOBER 2010
DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION
. Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
Headquarters, Department of the Army
 
 
This publication is available atArmy Knowledge Online (www.us.army.mil
 
) andGeneral Dennis J. Reimer Training and DoctrineDigital Library at (http://www.train.army.mil
 
).
 
*ATTP 4-41 (FM 10-23)
Distribution Restriction:
Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
*This publication supersedes FM 10-23, 18 April 1996.i
Army Tactics, Techniques, and ProceduresNo. 4-41 (FM 10-23)HeadquartersDepartment of the ArmyWashington, D.C., 14 October 2010
ARMY FIELD FEEDING AND CLASS IOPERATIONS
Contents
Page
PREFACE ............................................................................................................. vi
 
PART ONE ARMY FIELD FEEDING
 
Chapter 1 ARMY FIELD FEEDING SYSTEM OVERVIEW ................................................ 1-1
 
Army Family of Rations ...................................................................................... 1-1
 
Capabilities ......................................................................................................... 1-2
 
Modular Feeding ................................................................................................. 1-2
 
Modular Class I Supply ...................................................................................... 1-2
 
Planning .............................................................................................................. 1-3
 
Environmental Training and Integration ............................................................. 1-4
 
AFFS in CBRN Environments ............................................................................ 1-4
 
Chapter 2 SUBSISTENCE SUSTAINMENT AND RESPONSIBILITIES ........................... 2-1
 
Modular Force .................................................................................................... 2-1
 
Theater Sustainment Command ........................................................................ 2-1
 
Expeditionary Sustainment Command ............................................................... 2-2
 
Sustainment Brigades ........................................................................................ 2-2
 
Subsistence Platoons ......................................................................................... 2-2
 
Support Organizations ........................................................................................ 2-3
 
Support Personnel .............................................................................................. 2-4
 
Chapter 3 CLASS I SUPPLY PLANNING .......................................................................... 3-1
 
Coordination ....................................................................................................... 3-1
 
Sequence for Training Exercises ....................................................................... 3-1
 
Sequence for Operational Deployments ............................................................ 3-2
 
Ration Mix and Ration Cycle .............................................................................. 3-2
 
Ration Mix and Ration Cycle Planning Factors .................................................. 3-3
 
Other Class I Planning Factors .......................................................................... 3-8
 
Distribution Methods ......................................................................................... 3-11
 

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