PREFACE. FM is the Army’s doctrinal manual for cavalry operations. It is primarily designed to assist cavalry commanders, their staffs. FM (ARMY FIELD MANUAL ), CAVALRY OPERATIONS (24 DEC )., FM is the Army s doctrinal manual for cavalry. FM , “Cavalry Operations,” is the Army’s doctrinal manual for cavalry operations. It is primarily designed to assist cavalry commanders, their staffs, and .
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The Battlefield Section IV. Command and Control Process Section V. Continuous Operations Section IX. Command and Control Techniques Section X.
Cavalry Operations (U.S. Army Field Manual, FM ): U.S. Army: : Books
Purpose and Fundamentals Section II. Zone Reconnaissance Section IV. Area Reconnaissance Section V. Purpose and Characteristics Section II. Forms of the Offense Section IV. Fundamentals operayions the Defense Section II.
Defend in Sector Section IV. Peace Enforcing Section V. Training and Preparation Section VI. Planning Considerations Section IX. Retrograde Operations Section II. Deception Operations Section IV. Assembly Areas Section VI. Breakout From Encirclement Section X. Relationships and Responsibilities Section II.
Indirect Fire Support Section V. Engineer Support Section IX. Smoke Operations Section XI.
Corps Support Section II. Division Support Section II. Supply and Transportation Section IV. Field Services Section VI.
FM 17-95 (ARMY FIELD MANUAL 17-95), CAVALRY OPERATIONS (24 DEC 1996)
Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. It is primarily designed to assist cavalry commanders, their staffs, and subordinate troop and company commanders in the conduct of combat operations. It also serves as a guide for corps, division, and brigade commanders, and their staffs. This manual discusses the organization, capabilities, and employment of cavalry units. This manual applies to the armored cavalry regiment ACR and all division cavalry squadrons armored, light, air.
While the focus is on regiment and squadron, principles and fundamentals presented apply to all subordinate troops and companies and separate cavalry troops. FM sets forth doctrinal principles that guide the conduct of cavalry operations.
It addresses specific tactics, techniques, or procedures as necessary to clarify or emphasize these doctrinal principles. Field manuals and mission training plans that support this manual contain more specifics on tactics, techniques, and procedures. Users must apply this doctrine within the capabilities and limitations of their units and develop standing operating procedures that address specific techniques and procedures.
This manual is fully compatible with Army doctrine as contained in FM and is consistent with cm non-digitized doctrine in FM and FM It assumes that the user has a fundamental understanding of FMFMFMFMand FMand it does not repeat the concepts contained therein except as necessary to explain cavalry operations. It serves as a reference for personnel involved in the development of subordinate unit doctrine, combat development, materiel ooperations, and the conduct of training.
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