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[eBook - Military] US Army Field Manual 003-021.94 Operations) the Stryker Brigade Combat Team Infantry Battalion Reconnaissance Platoon

[eBook - Military] US Army Field Manual 003-021.94 Operations) the Stryker Brigade Combat Team Infantry Battalion Reconnaissance Platoon

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FM 3-21.94
APRIL 2003
HEADQUARTERSDEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
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Approved for public release; distribution isunlimited.
 
FM 3-21.94
FIELD MANUAL HEADQUARTERSNO. 3-21.94 DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMYWashington, DC, 18 April 2003
THE STRYKER BRIGADE COMBAT TEAMINFANTRY BATTALION RECONNAISSANCEPLATOON
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PREFACE
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CHAPTER 1. OVERVIEW OF THE SBCT INFANTRY BATTALIONRECONNAISSANCE PLATOON
Section I. Capabilities, Limitations, Organization, and Responsibilities..............1-11-1. Capabilities...............................................................................1-21-2. Limitations................................................................................1-81-3. Organization..............................................................................1-91-4. Reconnaissance Sections and Teams......................................1-121-5. Dismounted Organizations.....................................................1-121-6. Mounted Organizations...........................................................1-131-7. Responsibilities.......................................................................1-13Section II. Combat Power and Considerations for Employment and Training....1-161-8. Combat Power.........................................................................1-161-9. Considerations for Employment.............................................1-171-10. Training Considerations..........................................................1-18
CHAPTER 2. BATTLE COMMAND AND TROOP-LEADING PROCEDURES
Section I. Command and Control..........................................................................2-12-1. Leadership.................................................................................2-12-2. Mission-Oriented Command and Control.................................2-2Section II. Plans and Orders...................................................................................2-32-3. Mission Statement....................................................................2-42-4. Combat Orders..........................................................................2-4Section III Troop-Leading Procedures and Techniques.........................................2-62-5 Receive the Mission..................................................................2-72-6 Issue a Warning Order..............................................................2-72-7 Make a Tentative Plan..............................................................2-72-8 Initiate Movement...................................................................2-202-9 Conduct a Leader’s Reconnaissance.......................................2-20DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
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2-10 Complete the Plan...................................................................2-202-11 Issue the Operations Order ....................................................2-212-12 Supervise and Refine..............................................................2-21
CHAPTER 3. MOVEMENT
3-1. Navigation and Route Planning................................................3-13-2. Movement Formations..............................................................3-33-3. Movement Techniques..............................................................3-73-4. Actions on Contact..................................................................3-123-5. Actions at Danger Areas.........................................................3-243-6. Infiltration...............................................................................3-263-7. Exfiltration..............................................................................3-30
CHAPTER 4. RECONNAISSANCE
Section I. Purpose and Fundamentals...................................................................4-14-1. Orient on the Reconnaissance Objective..................................4-14-2. Maintain Tempo and Focus......................................................4-24-3. Report All Information Rapidly and Accurately......................4-24-4. Retain Freedom to Maneuver...................................................4-24-5. Establish and Maintain Enemy Contact....................................4-24-6. Develop Situation Rapidly........................................................4-24-7. Acquire All Required Information............................................4-24-8. Avoid Detection........................................................................4-34-9. Employ Security Measures.......................................................4-44-10. Utilize Sensory Techniques......................................................4-4Section II. Planning................................................................................................4-54-11. Planning, Methods, and Employment of Reconnaissance Forces.............................................................4-54-12. Reconnaissance Methods..........................................................4-64-13. Rehearsals.................................................................................4-84-14. Essential Planning Considerations............................................4-8Section III. Reconnaissance and Surveillance Handover........................................4-94-15. Reason for Surveillance Handover...........................................4-94-16. Additional Missions................................................................4-114-17. Digital Systems.......................................................................4-12Section IV. Area Reconnaissance..........................................................................4-124-18. Tasks.......................................................................................4-134-19. Mounted Techniques...............................................................4-134-20. Dismounted Techniques.........................................................4-144-21. Objective Rally Point..............................................................4-154-22. Leader's Reconnaissance........................................................4-164-23. Actions at the Objective..........................................................4-164-24. Withdrawal and Dissemination of Information......................4-19Section V. Zone Reconnaissance..........................................................................4-194-25. Tasks.......................................................................................4-194-26. Mounted Reconnaissance Techniques....................................4-20

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