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ATTP 3-34.84

ATTP 3-34.84

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A.K.A. MCRP 3-35.9A, NTTP 3-07.7, AFTTP 3-2.75, CG COMDTINST 3150.1C.
"MDO-Multi-Service Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Military Diving Operations," dated 12 January 2011.
A.K.A. MCRP 3-35.9A, NTTP 3-07.7, AFTTP 3-2.75, CG COMDTINST 3150.1C.
"MDO-Multi-Service Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Military Diving Operations," dated 12 January 2011.

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MDO
MULTI-SERVICETACTICS,TECHNIQUES, ANDPROCEDURES FORMILITARY DIVINGOPERATIONS
ATTP 3-34.84MCRP 3-35.9ANTTP 3-07.7AFTTP 3-2.75CG COMDTINST 3150.1C
JANUARY 2011
DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
 
 
FOREWORD
This multi-Service tactics, techniques, and procedures (MTTP) publication is a project of the Air Land Sea Application (ALSA) Center in accordance with the memorandum of agreement between the Headquarters of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corpsdoctrine commander directing ALSA to develop MTTP publications to meet theimmediate needs of the warfighter.This MTTP publication includes US Coast Guard participation and has been preparedby ALSA under our direction for implementation by our respective commands and for use by other commands as appropriate.
DALE A. ORMOND DANIEL J. O’DONOHUE
Deputy to the Commanding General Brigadier General, US Marine CorpsUS Army Combined Arms Center Director Capabilities Development Directorate
WENDI B. CARPENTER DAVID S. FADOK
Rear Admiral, US Navy Major General, US Air ForceCommander Commander Navy Warfare Development Command Curtis E. LeMay Center for DoctrineDevelopment and Education
VINCENT B. ATKINS
Rear Admiral, US Coast Guard Assistant Commandant for CapabilityUS Coast Guard Headquarters
This publication is available through the following web sites: ALSA(http://www.alsa.mil/); US Army at Army Knowledge Online (AKO)(www.us.army.mil) and at General Dennis J. Reimer Training and Doctrine DigitalLibrary (www.train.army.mil); US Navy at Navy Doctrine Library System (NDLS)(https://ndls.nwdc.navy.mil) and at Navy Warfare Development CommandSIPRNET Doctrine Discussion Group (DDG) (www.nwdc.navy.smil.mil); and USAir Force at Air Force E-Publishing(http://www.e-publishing.af.mil/).
 
 
12 JANUARY 2011 ATTP 3-34.84 / MCRP 3-35.9A / NTTP 3-07.7 / AFTTP 3-2.75 / iCG COMDTINST 3150.1C
PREFACE
1. Purpose
Military Diving Operations (MDO)
is a single source, descriptive reference guide toensure effective planning and integration of multi-Service operations. This multi-Servicetactics, techniques, and procedures (MTTP) publication provides combatant command, joint force, joint task force (JTF), and operational staffs with a comprehensive resourcefor planning military diving operations It includes capabilities, limitations, andemployment considerations.
2. Scope
MDO
describes United States (US) military dive mission areas (DMAs) as well as theforce structure, equipment, and primary missions each Service could provide in supportof joint operations. Commanders and staffs at all levels can use the MTTP to plan for employment of the capabilities of the US military dive forces in situations across thespectrum of dive operations.
MDO
is designed for planners at the tactical andoperational level. It defines methods to ensure diving capabilities are integrated andprovides quick reference charts on Service-specific dive team capabilities.
3. Applicability
MDO
applies to commanders and planners at all levels across the Armed Services, toinclude US Army, US Air Force, US Marine Corps, US Navy, and US Coast Guard, whoemploy military dive forces when directing multi-Service and joint force operations. It isintended to be theater nonspecific and provides information extracted from existingService directives, current lessons learned, and inputs from subject matter experts(SMEs). This publication is unclassified with Distribution Statement A in accordancewith DODD 5230.24.
4. Implementation Plan
Participating Service command offices of primary responsibility (OPRs) will review thispublication, validate the information and, where appropriate, reference and incorporateit in Service manuals, regulations, and curricula as follows:
Army
. Upon approval and authentication, this publication incorporates the TTPprocedures contained herein into the US Army Doctrine and Training Literature Programas directed by the Commander, US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC).
Marine Corps
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The Marine Corps will incorporate the procedures in the publicationin US Marine Corps training and doctrine publications as directed by the CommandingGeneral, US Marine Corps Combat Development Command (MCCDC). Distribution is inaccordance with the Marine Corps Publication Distribution System (MCPDS).
Navy
. The Navy will incorporate these procedures in US Navy training and doctrinepublications as directed by the Commander, Navy Warfare Development Command(NWDC)[N5]. Distribution is in accordance with Military Standard Requisition and IssueProcedure Desk Guide (MILSTRIP Desk Guide) Naval Supply Systems CommandPublication 409 (NAVSUP P-409).
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Marine Corps PCN: 14400019800

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