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SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES


TRAINING LIBRARY VOLUME 1
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Manuals contained in the 75Mb Special Operations Forces Training
Library Volume 1:

1. Ranger Med. Handbook (155 pages


/ 4M b)
This is the training textbook for US Army Ranger Medics. It
covers overview of Ranger Medical, trauma, pharmacology
and much, much more!

Contents:
 SECTION ONE  Casualty Assessment &
 RMED Mission Statement Management
 RMED Charter  Tactical Combat Casualty
 Review Committees Care (TCCC)
 Editorial Consultants &  SECTION TWO
Contributors  Tactical Trauma Assessment
 Key References Protocol
 RMED Scope of Practice  Medical Patient Assessment
 RMED Standing Orders & Protocol
Protocol Guidelines  Airway Management
Protocol
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 Surgical Cricothyroidotomy  Hyperthermia (Heat)
Procedure Management Protocol
 King-LT D Supralaryngeal  Behavioral Emergency
Airway Insertion Procedure Management Protocol
 Orotracheal Intubation  Altitude Medical Emergency
Procedure Management Protocol
 Hemorrhage Management  Acute (Surgical) Abdomen
Procedure  Acute Dental Pain
 Tourniquet Application  Acute Musculoskeletal Back
Procedure Pain
 Hemostatic Agent  Allergic Rhinitis
Application Protocol  Asthma (Reactive Airway
 Tourniquet Conversion Disease)
Procedure  Bronchitis
 Thoracic Trauma  Cellulitis
Management Procedure  Chest Pain (Cardiac Origin
 Needle Chest Decompression Suspected)
Procedure  Common Cold
 Chest Tube Insertion  Conjunctivitis
Procedure  Constipation
 Hypovolemic Shock  Contact Dermatitis
Management Protocol  Corneal Abrasion & Corneal
 Saline Lock & Intravenous Ulcer
Access Procedure  Cough
 External Jugular Intravenous  Cutaneous Abscess
Cannulation Procedure  Deep Venous Thrombosis
 Sternal Intraosseous Infusion (DVT)
Procedure  Diarrhea
 Hypothermia Prevention &  Epiglottitis
Management Kit Procedure
 Epistaxis
 Head Injury Management  Fungal Skin Infection
Protocol
 Gastroenteritis
 Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
 Gastroesophageal Reflux
(Concussion) Management
Disease (GERD)
Protocol
 Headache
 Seizure Management
Protocol  Ingrown Toenail
 Joint Infection
 Spinal Cord Injury
Management Protocol  Laceration
 Orthopedic Trauma  Malaria
Management Protocol  Otitis Externa
 Burn Management Protocol  Otitis Media
 Foley Catheterization  Peritonsillar Abscess
Procedure  Pneumonia
 Pain Management Protocol  Pulmonary Embolus (PE)
 Anaphylactic Shock  Renal Colic
Management Protocol  Sepsis / Septic Shock
 Smoke Inhalation
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 Sprains & Strains  Evacuation Guidelines
 Subungal Hematoma  CCP Layout Templates
 Syncope  General Guidelines for CCP
 Testicular Pain Personnel
 Tonsillopharyngitis  Casualty Marking & Tagging
 SECTION THREE  MEDEVAC Request Format
 Pharmacology Section I:  Hazardous Training Medical
“Proficient and Always Coverage
Carried”  Pre-Deployment & RRF-1
 Pharmacology Section II: Assumption Procedures
“Proficient”  Post-Deployment & Recovery
 Pharmacology Section III: Procedures
“Familiar”  SECTION FIVE
 SECTION FOUR  RMED Packing Lists
 RMED Duties &  RMED RBA/RLCS
Responsibilities Minimum Packing List
 Medical & Casualty Response  RMED Assault Aid-Bag
Planning Minimum Packing List
 Initial Planning /  RMED Medications Kit
WARNORD Minimum Packing List
 Tactical Operation  Combat Wound Pill Pack
Development (CWPP) Stockage List
 Coordination &  Saline Lock Kit Stockage List
Synchronization  Chest Tube Kit Stockage List
 Briefs, Rehearsals, and  Cricothyroidotomy Kit
Inspections Stockage List
 After Action Review in  IV Kit Stockage List
Training or Combat  Minor Wound Care Kit
 Casualty Collection Point Stockage List
(CCP) Operations  Abbreviation List
 CCP Duties &  Conversion Charts
Responsibilities  The Ranger Medic Code
 Casualty Response  The Ranger Creed
Rehearsals  Urinary Tract Infection
 CCP Site Selection (UTI)
 CCP Operational Guidelines
 CCP Building Guidelines

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2. SF Base Camp Operations - 2003
( 213 p ag es / 13. 1M b)
Never before seen! This is the US Army SF Base Camp
operations field manual, For Official Use Only.

This manual covers Base Camp plans, pre-deployment


planning, defense, security, deployment, post depoloyment,
Vietnam-era base camps and much more!

Contents:
 SPECIAL FORCES ROLE  Detachment Assignments
 Special Forces Organization  Support and Sustainment
 Host Nation Assistance Planning Process
 Counterpart Relationships  Deliberate Mission Planning
 Conversion and Process
Demobilization  Time-Sensitive Mission
 PREDEPLOYMENT Planning Process
PLANNING  Base Camp Principles

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 Base Camp Considerations  WEIGHTS, MEASURES,
 Planning Considerations AND CONVERSION
 Security Equipment and TABLES
Measures  LOGISTICAL
 Regional Analysis SUSTAINMENT
 Terrain Analysis  FUNDING
 EMPLOYMENT  LEGAL
 SFODA Responsibilities CONSIDERATIONS
 Base Camp Construction  FIRE SUPPORT
 Description  BASE CAMP
 Miscellaneous Tips and CONSTRUCTION,
Techniques METHODS, AND
 Base Camp Operations REQUIREMENTS
 SF Group/Battalion  BUILDING MATERIALS
Responsibilities  ELECTRICAL
 Base Camp Defense REQUIREMENTS
 Screening, Cordon, and  BASE CAMP INDIVIDUAL
Search Operations BUILDING PLANS
 Security Measures  VIETNAM-ERA BASE
 REDEPLOYMENT CAMP EXAMPLES
 Disposition of Base Camp  MEDIA SUPPORT
 Final Closeout  GLOSSARY
 BIBLIOGRAPHY
 INDEX

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3. Army SOF Intelligence 2001 (202
pages / 5.2Mb)
Essential tactics, techniques and procedures for special
operations intelligence mission planning and execution. This
is the actual training manual used to teach intelligence to US
SF “18Fs”. Hard to find and For Official Use Only.

Contents:
 OPERATIONS AND ARSOF  Targeting and Mission
 Range of Military Operations Planning
 Army Special Operations  ARSOF AND THE
Forces INTELLIGENCE AND
 Army Special Operations ELECTRONIC WARFARE
Characteristics SYSTEM
 ARSOF Truths  ARSOF IEW Characteristics
 Special Operations Mission  Integrating IEW With
Criteria Operations
 Army Special Operations  Intelligence in the Military
Imperatives Decision-Making Process
 ARSOF Missions  Intelligence Cycle
 ARSOF Collateral Activities
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 Characteristics of Effective  Information Operations
Intelligence  IEW SUPPORT TO CIVIL
 Intelligence Disciplines AFFAIRS
 ARSOF Intelligence Tasks  Missions
 IEW SUPPORT TO  Organization
SPECIAL FORCES  Intelligence Requirements
OPERATIONS  CA Intelligence Organization
 SF Missions  CMO Preparation of the
 SF Intelligence Organization Battlespace
 Deployed SF  Nonorganic IEW Support to
 SF IEW Roles and Functions CA
 Other Organic Intelligence  Other Nonorganic Support
Assets  CA Support to IEW System
 Nonorganic IEW Support to  ARSOF IEW SUPPORT
SF SYSTEMS AND
 IEW Support From Higher ARCHITECTURE
Headquarters  Connectivity, Architecture,
 SUPPORT TO RANGER and Systems
OPERATIONS  ARSOF IEW Systems
 Ranger Missions  ARSOF Databases
 Ranger Intelligence  ARSOTF IEW Architecture
Organization and Support Channels
 Other Organic Support  MACOM IEW Support
 Nonorganic IEW Support to  Department of the Army
Ranger Regiment IEW Support
 Ranger Support to IEW  Joint and Theater-Level IEW
System Support
 IEW SUPPORT TO ARSOA  National-Level IEW Support
 Missions and Organization  MULTINATIONAL AND
 Organic Intelligence Assets INTERAGENCY
 ARSOA Intelligence INTELLIGENCE
Operations  Doctrine for Multinational
 External IEW Support Operations
 Other Nonorganic Support  Multinational Intelligence
 IEW SUPPORT TO PSYOP Architecture
 Missions  Joint and Multinational
 Organization Doctrine Relationship
 PSYOP Intelligence  Multinational Intelligence
Organization Principles
 Other Organic Support  Interagency Intelligence
 PSYOP Analysis Process  SPECIAL OPERATIONS
 Nonorganic IEW Support to MISSION PLANNING
PSYOP FOLDER FORMAT
 Intelligence Disciplines  Mission Tasking Package
Supporting PSYOP  Feasibility Assessment
 Other Nonorganic Support  Target Intelligence Package
 PSYOP Support to IEW  Plan of Execution

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 Mission Support Plans  FID and UW Missions
 SPECIAL OPERATIONS  GLOSSARY
FORCES TARGET  BIBLIOGRAPHY
INTELLIGENCE  INDEX
PACKAGE
 DA and SR Missions

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4. US Army Special Forces Vietnam
Combat Recon Lessons Learned –
1975 (126 pages / 5.6 Mb)
The purpose of this manual is to provide a compendium of
unclassified techniques and procedures used by
reconnaisance patrols. It is no substitute for unit SOPs. Nor
do any of the techniques in this manual represent the last
word. The success of any recon operation depends on the
ability of the unit to develop its own procedures and to adapt
and exploit those which prove successful. Ultimately, of
course, success depends on the motivation and training of
the recon team.

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5. US Army SF Medical Handbook
- 1982 (250 pages / 15.4Mb)
For many years this was the standard training text for SF
medics. It covers trauma, disease and primitive medicine. A
lot of the austere environment material is this manual was
not included in the 2001 SH Med Handbook which
superceded it.

Contents:
 Preface  Pediatrics
 Body Systems  Gynecology
 Communicable Diseases  Obstetrics
 Clearing Airway & CFR  Orthopedics
 Mental Disorders  Burns & Blast Injuries
 Nutritional Diseases &  Heat & Cold injuries
Deficiencies  Bites
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 Overdose & Poisoning  Anatomical Plates
 NBC  Bacteriological & Parasitic
 Shock Plates
 Emergency War Surgery  Lab Procedures
 Anesthesia  Cellular components of blood
 IV Therapy  Physical exam guide
 Dental Emergencies &  Field Sterilization &
Treatment Disinfection
 Preventative Medicine  Drug of Choice Chart
 Veterinary Medicine
 Primitive Medicine

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6. US Army Special Forces Close
Quarters Combat (300 pages /
15.8Mb)
This is a US Army Special Forces 31-series ST (Special
Text). Originally conceived for the Combat Applications
Group (DELTA) it was their baseline training manual for
many years prior to the recent redevopment of CQB
training (see SF Manuals Vol 3 for that stuff). This material
was based on German GSG-9 and British SAS CT
experience from the 1970s and 80s. The material still holds
up as an outstanding shooting guide, refreshing the basics
while adding instinctive shooting under stress and much
more.

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Contents:

 Foreword  Night Pistol Marksmanship


 Caveat  Night Rifle Marksmanship
 Preface  Barrier Penetration
 Training Overview  Ballistic Breaching
 Commander's Role  Pinciples and Fundamentals
 Leader Responsibility of CQC
 Definitions  Command & Control
 Proficiency Levels  CQC Safety & Techniques
 Marksmanship  Weapon Safety & Range
 Lessons Procedures
 Tips for the trainer  CQC Instructor Training
 Shooting Charts  Ballistic Equipment
 Marksmanship Sessions  Target Zones
 Critical Task Evaluation  Equipment List
 Critical tasks for the  Marksmanship Materials
marksman  Range Checklist]Medical
 Example critical tasks Equipment List
 Ideas for testing the Shooters  Glossary
 Night Marksmanship  Definitions
 Background
 Equipment

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7. Special Forces Handbook (217
pages / 3.1Mb)
This is a US Army Special Forces 31-series ST (Special
Text). Covers tactics, survival, air ops, demolitions, guerrilla
warfare and much more!

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Contents:
 C Mission of Special Warfare  Prowords & Prosigns
 Unconventional Warfare  Operating Signals
 Mission of Guerrilla Forces  Ground-Air Emergency Code
 Composition of Operational  Antennas
Detachments  World Time Zones
 Tactics  First Aid
 Estimate of Situation  Snake Bite
 Patrol Leader's Order  First Aid Principles
 Patrol Warning Order  Bleeding
 Troop Leading Procedures  Pressure Points
 The Guerrilla Base  Artificial Respiration
 Organization of a Raid Force  Survival
 Conduct of a Raid  Evasion
 Demolitions  When Requesting Native
 Principal Explosives of the Assistance
World  Shelter
 Basic Demolitions Formulae  Water
 Rail Cuts  Food
 Cratering  Fire
 Improvised Devices  Cooking
 Chemicals  Health
 Delays  Guerrilla Training Aims
 Demolition dets  Training Plans
 Target Recon Report Guide  Legal Status of Guerrillas
 Air Operations  Successful Employment of
 Preplaces Air Resupply Guerrilla Warfare
 Drop Zones  Records of Guerrillas
 Reception Committees  Assessment of the Area:
 Landing Zones
 Weapons
 Rifles
 SMGs
 Pistols
 Machine Guns
 Recoilless Rifles
 Rocket Launchers
 Mortars
 Howitzers
 Improvised Ranges
 Target Construction
 Wind Formula
 Worm Formula
 Wind Velocity Chart
 Communication
 Phonetic Alphabet &
Numbers
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8. US Army Special Forces
Unconventional Warfare Operating
Procedures 1968 (199 pages / 2.5Mb)
This is a US Army Special Forces 31-series ST (Special
Text). This is the original unconventional warfare training
manual for the Vietnam-era Green Berets. You won’t find
this one anywhere else online.

Contents:

 References  Executive Officer


 Purpose  Intelligence Sergeant
 Mission  Operation Sergeant
 Operations  Engineer Sergeant
 Terms and  Medical Supervisor
Abbreviations  Senior Weapon
 PLANNING AND Leader
PREPARATION  Communication
 SECTION I Pre- Supervisor
Isolation Planning  SECTION II Isolation
 Detachment Planning Phase
Commander
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 Detachment  Engineer Sergeant
Commander  Medical Supervisor
 Executive Officer  Senior Weapon
 Intelligence Sergeant Leader
 Operation Sergeant  37 Communication
 Engineer Sergeant Supervisor
 Medical Supervisor or  SECTION III Land
Surgeon Infiltration
 Senior Weapon  Detachment
Leader Commander
 Communication  Executive Officer
Supervisor .  Intelligence Sergeant
 INFILTRATION  Operation Sergeant
PHASE  12. Engineer Sergeant
 SECTION I Air  43. Medical
Infiltration Supervisor
 Detachment  44. Senlor Weapon
Commander Leader
 Executive Officer  45. Communication
 Intelligence Sergeant Supervisor
 Operation Sergeant  SECTION IV Stay-
 Engineer (Demo) Behind Infiltration
Sergeant  46. Detachment
 Medical Supervisor Commander
 Senior Weapon  ORGANIZATION
Leader AND BUILDUP
 Communication PHASE
Supervisor  SECTION I Duties
 SECTION II Sea and Responsibilities of
Infiltration Individual
 Detachment Detachment Members
Commander  47. Detachment
 Executive Officer Commander
 Intelligence Sergeant  48. Executive Officer
 Operation Sergeant  49. Intelligence
Sergeant
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 50. Operation  65. Duties and
Sergeant Responsibilities of
 51. Engineer (Demo) Detachment Members
Sergeant  66. Detachment
 52. Medical Commander
Supervisor  67. Executive Officer
 53. Senior Weapon  68. Intelligence
Leader (NCO) Sergeant
 54. Communication  69. Operation
Supervisor Sergeant
 SECTION V Duties  70. Engineer Sergeant
and Responsibilities of  71. Medical
the Detachment Supervisor
 55. Detachment  72. Senior Weapon
Commander Leader
 56. Detachment  73. Communication
Members Supervisor
 OPERATION  74. Coordinated
PHASE Efforts of All
 57. Detachment Detachment Members
Commander  DEMOBLIZATION
 58. Executive Officer . PHASE
 59. Intelligence  75. General
Sergeant  76. Detachment
 60. Operation Commander
Sergeant  77. Executive Officer
 61. Engineer Sergeant  78. Intelligence
 62. Medical Sergeant
Supervisor  79. Operation
 63. Senior Weapon Sergeant
Leader  80. Engineer (Demo)
 64. Communication Sergeant
Supervisor  81. Medical
 LINKUP PHASE Supervisor
 82. Senior Weapon
Leader
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 83. Communication  Annex N Personnel
Supervisor Summary Report
 REPORTS AND  Annex 0 Weather
REQUESTS Request/Report
 84. General  Annex P Aerial
 85. Time Schedule Photography Request
 Annex A Initial Entry  Annex Q
Report Chemical/Biological/N
 Annex B Situation uclear Reports
Report  Annex R Cache
 Annex C Spot Report
Intelligence Report  Annex S Psychological
 Annex D Agent Operations Mission
Evaluation Report Request/Brevity Code
 Annex E Drop Zone  Annex T Beach
Report Landing Site Report
 Annex F Drop Mission
Mission Request Request/Mission
 Annex G Drop Completion
Mission Confirmation  UNCONVENTIONA
 Annex H Landing L WARFARE
Zone Report CHECKLIST
 Annex I Landing  SECTION I Planning
Mission Request and Preparation
 Annex J Landing  86. SFOB Planning
Mission Confirmation  87. Preparation
 Annex K Offensive  SECTION II
Air Support Mission Infiltration Phase
Request  88. Air Infiltration
 Annex L Offensive  89. Sea Infiltration
Air Support  90. Land Infiltration
Conformation Format  91. Stay-Behind
 Annex M Target  92. Contact Plan
Acquisition and  93. Movement to Safe
Damage Assessment Area
 94. Complex
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 SECTION III  108. Liaison
Organization and  109. Missions to
Buildup Phase Support Conventional
 95. Immediate Area Forces
Assessment  SECTION VI
 96. Subsequent (or Demobilization Phase
Principal) Area  110. Liaison
Assessment  111. Conduct of
 97. Resistance Demobilization
Leader/Detachment  CHAPTER 11
Commander OPERATIONAL
Conference BRIEFBACK
 98. Detachment CHECKLIST
Actions  112. General
 99. Training Phase  113. Special Tasks
 100. Resupply  114. Conclusion
Operations
 101. Fieldcraft and
Survival
 SECTION IV
Operation Phase
 102. Psychological
Warfare
 103. Evasion and
Escape Operations
(Classified Checklist)
 104. Intelligence
Operations
 105. Subversion
(Classified Checklist)
 106. Interdiction
 SECTION V Linkup
Phase
 107. Command
Relationship
Established
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9. US SOCOM Combat Convoy
Handbook (103 pages / 1.5Mb)
Current US Special Operations Command Combat Convoy
Handbook as used in Iraq and Afghanistan. One of the key
issues shaping the Global War on Terrorism and, in
particular, the on-going fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan is
the ability of United States (U.S.) Special Operations Forces
(SOF) to adapt to a combination of classic maneuver and
asymmetric warfare. The purpose of this publication is to
identify and consolidate Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and
Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) lessons learned and
provide the most effective tactics, techniques, and
procedures to the United States Armed Forces either
currently serving in or preparing for future deployment to
Iraq or Afghanistan.

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Contents:

INTRODUCTION vii Section X: Duties and


CHAPTER 1: SPECIAL Responsibilities 17
OPERATIONS FORCES Section XI: Vehicle
(SOF) COMBAT Positions 19
CONVOY Section XII: Vehicle
OPERATIONS Preparation Techniques 19
1 CHAPTER 2: MOUNTED
Section I: Special TACTICS 27
Operations Forces (SOF) Section I: Formations and
Mobility 1 Movement Techniques 27
Section II: Operation Iraqi Section II: Blocking and
Freedom (OIF)/Operation Bumping Techniques 31
Enduring Freedom Section III: Dismount and
(OEF) Theater Threats Remount Procedures 39
1 Section IV: Precious Cargo
Section III: Improvised Movement 42
Explosive Devices (IEDs) 4 Section V: Large Convoys
Section IV: Situational 43
Awareness (SA) 8 CHAPTER 3: BATTLE
Section V: Rules of DRILLS 45
Engagement (ROE) 9 Section I: Individual Driver
Section VI: Combat Skills 45
Convoy Planning 11 Section II: Collective Battle
Section VII: Mission, Drills 50
Enemy, Terrain and CHAPTER 4: CONVOY
Weather, Troops and CHECKLISTS AND
Support BRIEFINGS 69
Available, Time Available, Section I: Vehicle Convoy
Civil Considerations Pre-Operations Checklist
(METT-TC) 69
12 Section II. Convoy
Section VIII: Task Commander Brief 72
Organization 14 Section III: Vehicle Convoy
Section IX: Vehicle Post-Operations Checklist
Considerations 15 81
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Section IV: Medical Figure 1-XII-4. Setting Up
Evacuation (MEDEVAC) Vehicle – Side/Front View
Procedures 83 25
CHAPTER 5: GLOSSARY Figure 1-XII-5. Setting Up
87 Vehicle – Rear View 26
CHAPTER 6: Figure 2-I-1. Vehicle
REFERENCES 91 Transit Formations (File)
List of Figures 27
Figure 1-III-1. Various Figure 2-I-2. Vehicle
Types of Improvised Transit Formations
Explosive Devices 4 (Staggered) 28
Figure 1-III-2. Typical Figure 2-I-3. Vehicles
Improvised Explosive Fields of Fire 28
Device Configurations 5 Figure 2-I-4. Vehicles
Figure 1-III-3. The Basic Fields of Fire 29
Attack 6 Figure 2-I-5. Overpasses 30
Figure 1-III-4. Channeling Figure 2-I-6. Overpasses 30
Traffic to Pass Improvised Figure 2-II-1. Blocking
Explosive Device 6 From Rear 31
Figure 1-III-5. The Figure 2-II-2. Bump/Block
Multiple Improvised Call Made From Front;
Explosive Device Attack 7 Vehicles 2 and 4 Prepare to
Figure 1-VII-1. Civil Move 31
Considerations 14 Figure 2-II-3. Vehicles 2
Figure 1-IX-1. Vehicle and 4 Break Out and Bump
Characteristics 16 to Block Intersection 32
Figure 1-XI-1. Vehicle Figure 2-II-4. Blocking on
Position Designations 19 Ramps 32
Figure 1-XII-1. Extra Figure 2-II-5. Intersection
Crew-Served Weapon Blocking 33
(CSW) Ammo Storage 22 Figure 2-II-6. Vehicle in
Figure 1-XII-2. PEQ-2 on Heavy Traffic 33
Fabricated Mount 23 Figure 2-II-7. Blocking on
Figure 1-XII-3. Setting Up U-Turns 34
Vehicle 24 Figure 2-II-8. Blocking on
Traffic Circles 34

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Figure 2-II-9. Dead End Figure 3-I-3. Recovery
Break Out 35 Technique 47
Figure 2-II-10. Dead End Figure 3-I-4. Recovery
Break Out 35 Technique 48
Figure 2-II-11. Dead End Figure 3-I-5. Recovery
Break Out 36 Technique 49
Figure 2-II-12. Dead End Figure 3-I-6. Recovery
Break Out 36 Technique Dismount
Figure 2-II-13. Dead End Option 49
Break Out 37 Figure 3-I-7. Recovery
Figure 2-II-14. Oncoming Technique 50
Traffic 38 Figure 3-II-1. Bail Out
Figure 2-II-15. Oncoming Rear 51
Traffic 38 Figure 3-II-2. Bail Out Left
Figure 2-III-1. 52
Dismount/Quickstop Points Figure 3-II-3. Bail Out
of Domination 39 Right 52
Figure 2-III-2. Figure 3-II-4. React to
Dismount/Quickstop Points Ambush "Blow Through"
of Domination 40 53
Figure 2-III-3. Figure 3-II-5. React to
Dismount./Mount Drills 41 Ambush "Blow Through"
Figure 2-III-4. Vehicle 54
Dismount in Heavy Traffic Figure 3-II-6. React to
42 Ambush "Blocked Lead"
Figure 2-IV-1. Precious 54
Cargo Standing Operating Figure 3-II-7. React to
Procedures 43 Ambush "Blocked Lead"
Figure 2-V-1. Vehicle 55
Transit Formations 44 Figure 3-II-8. React to
Figure 2-V-2. Fields of Fire Ambush "Blocked Lead"
(Larger Formation) 44 55
Figure 3-I-1. Ramming Figure 3-II-9. React to
Vehicle 45 Ambush "Isolated Follow"
Figure 3-I-2. Recovery 56
Technique 46

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Figure 3-II-10. React to Figure 3-II-18. React to
Ambush "Isolated Follow" Suspected IED "Short" 61
56 Figure 3-II-19. React to
Figure 3-II-11. React to Suspected IED "Split" 61
Ambush "Isolated Follow" Figure 3-II-20. React to
57 IED: "Blow Through and
Figure 3-II-12. React to Recover 62
Ambush "Assault Figure 3-II-21. React to
Through" 57 IED: "Blow Through and
Figure 3-II-13. React to Recover" 63
Ambush "Assault Figure 3-II-22. React to
Through" 58 IED: "Security By Width"
Figure 3-II-14. React to 63
Ambush "Assault Figure 3-II-23. React to
Through" 58 IED: "Security By Width"
Figure 3-II-15. React to 64
Ambush "Assault Figure 4-II-1. Two-Vehicle
Through" 59 Convoy Seating
Figure 3-II-16. React to Configuration 73
Ambush "Assault Figure 4-II-2. Four-Vehicle
Through" 59 Convoy Seating
Figure 3-II-17. React to Configuration 74
Suspected IED "Blow
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10. Special Operations Forces Use of
Pack Animals (225 pages / 16.8Mb)
Current US SF Pack Animals field manual. The concepts of
animal tranportation were essentially lost from the 1940s
onwards. They have been revived and refined to suit today’s
operational environment by US Special Forces. Far from
being a nostalgic look back at the days of the wild west, these
concepts have been used to great effect in Afghanistan,
Philippines and Colombia within the last few years.

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Contents:

 Chapter 1  Diseases
MILITARY PACK  Hypothermia
ANIMAL  Heat and Sun Stress
OPERATIONS  Immunization
 Characteristics Schedule
 Planning  Medical Supply List
Considerations  Pharmacological
 Chapter 2 ANIMAL Listing
MANAGEMENT  Euthanasia
 Mule Characteristics  Chapter 5 PACKING
 Donkey EQUIPMENT
Characteristics  Selection of
 Selection Equipment
 Animal Conformation  Packsaddles
 Health and Welfare  Halter and Packing
 Feed and Water Equipment
 Feeding in Garrison  Care of Equipment
 Feeding in the Field  Fitting and Adjusting
 Care of Forage the Saddle
 Chapter 3 ANIMAL  Unsaddling the
CARE AND Animal
TRAINING  Saddling With a
 Grooming Fitted Saddle
 Farrier Science  Chapter 6
 Field Training HORSEMANSHIP
 Chapter 4 ANIMAL  Equipment
HEALTH  Western and
MANAGEMENT McClellan Saddles
 Animal Behavior  Riding Techniques
 Physical Examination  Leading a Pack String
 First-Aid Supplies  Combat
 First-Aid Treatment Considerations
 Parasitic Infestation

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 Chapter 7  Chapter 9
TECHNIQUES AND TACTICAL
PROCEDURES CONSIDERATIONS
 Tying and Using  Security
Knots  Cover and
 Wrapping Cargo Concealment
With a Mantee  Actions on Contact
 Building Loads  Urban Environments
 Special Weapons  Chapter 10 LLAMAS
Loads AND OTHER
 Saddling ANIMALS
 Slings and Hitches  Llamas
 The Pack String  Camels
 Campsites  Dogs
 Transporting Sick  Elephants
and Wounded  Appendix A
Personnel WEIGHTS,
 Chapter 8 MEASURES, AND
ORGANIZATION CONVERSION
AND MOVEMENT TABLES
Organization  Appendix B 21-DAY
 Duties and PACK ANIMAL
Responsibilities TRAINING
 Movement PROGRAM
Procedures  Appendix C ANIMAL
 Stream Crossing at PACKING
Fords FORMATIONS
 Crossing Unfordable  GLOSSARY
Water  BIBLIOGRAPHY
 Bivouac  INDEX

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