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Military Symbols for Land Operations (2000) - B-GL-331-003

Military Symbols for Land Operations (2000) - B-GL-331-003

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05/09/2014

 
B-GL-331-003/FP-001
MILITARY SYMBOLSFOR LAND OPERATIONS
Issued on authority of the Chief of the Land Staff 
 
DAD 6
B-GL-331-003/FP-001
MILITARY SYMBOLSFOR LAND OPERATIONS
Issued on authority of the Chief of the Land Staff 15-03-2000
 
Military Symbols for Land OperationsB-GL-331-003/FP-001i
1.Effective 1 April 1999, the Land Force adopted the latestmilitary symbology described in the NATO Allied ProceduresPublication (APP) 6A,
 Military Symbols for Land Based Systems
.Consequently, the Directorate of Army Doctrine (DAD) created the
 Military Symbols for Land Operations
as a reference guide.2.To help simplify the transition from the old to the newsymbology, DAD sponsored the creation of an interactive compu-ter-based training tool known as the
 Military Symbols for Land Operations Training Module
. Both the handbook andthe trainingmodule are readily available for review ordownload from the Army Electronic Library (AEL) found on the Defence InformationNetwork (DIN).3.In general, the basic military symbols used to depict units,equipment, weapons, and size have not changed. The majorfeatures include the application of four distinctive frame shapes toidentify unknown, friendly, neutral and hostile forces, and theaddition of tactical task graphics.4.The symbols were designed and developed to ensureoperational compatibility and interoperability with NATO LandCommand, Control, Communications, Computer and Intelligence(C4I) systems. Accordingly, pertinent NATO terminology is usedthroughout.5.Queries on the Handbook or Training Module may beaddressed to DAD 6-3 (Staff Procedures).
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