Field Manual HeadquartersNo. 31-20-3 Department of the ArmyWashington, DC, 20 September 1994
Foreign Internal DefenseTactics, Techniques, and Proceduresfor Special Forces
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Overview
The Nature of Foreign Internal Defense 1-1Internal Defense and Development 1-1U.S. National Objectives and Policies 1-2Special Operations Imperatives 1-3The Nature of Insurgencies 1-6U.S. Organization for Foreign Internal Defense 1-13Missions 1-15Role of Special Forces in Foreign Internal Defense 1-17Lawlessness 1-21Counterdrug Operations 1-21Special Forces Support to Coalitions 1-23Environmental Impact 1-24Coalition Operations Versus Combined Operations 1-24
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